Friday 16 May 2014


If you are anti-Gay, you helped to kill these kids.

Carl Walker-Hoover

Carl Walker-Hoover, an 11 year old in Massachusetts, was bullied for 'being gay'.  

On April 6th, 2009, he hung himself. 

Larry King.

Larry King told his classmate Brandon McInerney that he loved him.

McInerney then shot Larry dead, in the classroom.

All of God's creatures are bisexual.

According to some scholars, the six or so verses in the Bible that have been interpreted as condemning gay people are in fact referring only to "abusive sex." 

According to these scholars, the Bible has no condemnation for "loving gay and lesbian relationships".

Jesus was unmarried and was silent on the subject.[57]

The Bible and homosexuality.

The Iranian regime is run by gay homophobes.

According to Isaiah 13:15-16 God decrees the molesting and killing of unbelievers.

The Bible tells us that women must not become teachers, must obey their husbands and must cover their hair.

According to Deuteronomy 25:11-12, when two men are in dispute, a woman who defends her husband should have her head cut off.

According to Deuteronomy 22: 20-21, certain virgins are to be stoned to death.

UK Floods 'May Be Due to God's Anger at Gay Marriage', says Christian Political group.

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At 16 May 2014 at 13:48 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rich Chinese women accused of travelling abroad to buy sex from toyboys

At 16 May 2014 at 15:00 , Blogger shirlz007 said...

''If you are anti-Gay, you helped to kill these kids.''

WOW! If Aang and Irfan owned the Sun! :D (Carlsberg don't do media moguls!)

Let me have a go! :D (here goes...)

If your IGNORING ALL the evidence, and rumours, and talk of institutionalised child snuff and abuse surrounding British politics and Parliament... YOU helped rape, strangle and murder these children.'

(Lancaster Conservative MP David Morris is refusing to raise the subject in Parliament... I didn't really expect him to, considering he unquestionably touts for business with the Saudi regime)

At 16 May 2014 at 15:18 , Blogger shirlz007 said...

And as much as I've learnt from you Aang/Irfan.. I feel there may be something you can learn from me!
Who says Jesus was single? The Bible and all its Roman authors?
Most modern archaeologists, scholars and such would argue a strong case for Jesus being married to Mary Magdeline . The Bible jumps from 'Mary' a prostitute, to Mary Magdaline, no mention of them ever being the same person. Dead Sea Scrolls? Gospel of Mary? even Gospel of Judas!... IF Jesus remained celibate all his life, it would have been a BIGGER deal amongst his followers! The fact it isn't would suggest Jesus led a pretty normal life until his crucifixion and the years prior. Meaning wife, family, brothers and sisters.

Take it a step further (Knights Templar stuff... Dan Brown bollocks)... Jesus was a political opponent and adversary of the day, he was Jewish born (Jewish family), he spoke out against the Romans... a deal was done between Jesus, his uncle (a wealthy and well connected political 'Jew' of the time) and The Romans & Pontius Pilot.
They faked his death, no credible witnesses (within 200/300 yards can witness the crucifixion), thus the 'Resurrection' was staged! EVERYTHING THAT HAS BEEN WRITTEN SINCE IS EITHER BS OR A MIS-INTERPRETATION OF THE TRUTH.

but... to me Jesus was a pretty normal guy, if he was going to sell out for anything... LOVE? Mary Magdeline? Go and live in the South of France (second biggest Jewish population after Jerusalem)? Maybe Mary Magdeline (a female 'feminine' figurehead to have a say in religion) has a lot more to say in Jesus' life than The Catholic Church would ever dare to reveal.

At 17 May 2014 at 06:38 , Anonymous No More Myths said...

Here are some resources for the study of Christian origins:

Origins of Chrestianity
by John A. Bartram

Constantine I made extensive use of the Chi-Rho; it then appears across the empire on items associated with baptism and from the 4th century onwards, is associated with a new Roman Church, appearing on churches and in sacred texts. As there is no (contemporaneous and reliable) explicit evidence for Christ/Christianity in or before the time of Constantine I, and the Chi-Rho dates back to at least Ptolemey III (in Egypt), this new Church should be regarded as an extension of the faith associated with the Ptolemaic Chi-Rho.


John Bartram's Origins of Christianity site: [Note: To more easily read the articles on this site that have "Google+" in their header, click on their "Google+" icon to open them in a new tab.]


Even a cursory view of history leads many today to the realisation that the Roman Empire never died, or even faded away, but became Christendom, with the imperial title of Pontifex Maximus transferring to the bishop of Rome (who became Pontiff). There is much evidence for this, which we present here. The logical consequence of this view is profound: Christianity is not concurrent with the Western Roman Empire.

The history you'll find here is evidence-based from a team of archaeologists studying how divine men were conjured into being in the period of Classical Antiquity...

Is Suetonius's Chresto a Reference to Jesus?
by D.M. Murdock/Acharya S


'Christ' or 'Chrest'?

Scientific studies of Suetonius's extant works demonstrate that "Chresto" is the most common epithet in the manuscript tradition. As we will discover, Chresto or its Greek original, Chrestos, was commonly found in pre-Christian antiquity, and its presence in Suetonius most likely had nothing to do with any historical founder of Christianity called "Jesus the Christ." Rather, this commonly held title was one of the earliest applied to what is clearly a fictional composite of characters, real and mythical, styled "Jesus the Good."
Chrestos in Pagan Antiquity

In reality, the term "Chrestos" or χρηστὸς has been used in association with a plethora of people and gods, beginning centuries before the common era. Chrestos and its plural chrestoi were utilized to describe deities, oracles, philosophers, priests, oligarchs, "valuable citizens," slaves, heroes, the deceased and others. Importantly, chrestos appears to have been the title of "perfected saints" in various mystery schools or brotherhoods, associated with oracular activity in particular.

Read the rest:

The sources of Chrestian [χρηστιανος] and Christian [χριστιανος] in Antiquity

When one investigates the earliest explicit references to "Christian" in the earliest sources of the common era, one comes away empty handed. The earliest evidence is dominated by the occurrence of the term "Chrestian"...


Codex Sinaiticus

Codex Sinaiticus, a manuscript of the Christian Bible written in the middle of the fourth century, contains the earliest complete copy of the Christian New Testament... In the Codex, the text of both the Septuagint and the New Testament has been heavily annotated by a series of early correctors.

Between the 4th and 12th centuries, seven or more correctors worked on this codex, making it one of the most corrected manuscripts in existence... According to David C. Parker the full codex has about 23,000 corrections...

At 17 May 2014 at 23:14 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Google Dr. Paul Mayer on The person of Jesus Christ if you are really interested (or even honest) in knowing whether Jesus was an historical person. Dr. Paul Mayer has written and spoken extensively on the topic. Actually he is a professor of ancient history and has translated the Writings of Josephus, and Eusebeus. Also, check out the late Prolific Writer, Historian, and Philosopher Will Durant's comments on the existence of Jesus Christ. Durant wrote an 11 volume series on the history of man. His answer is quite poetic and noteworthy.


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