‘Christian’ Radio Host: Ebola Will ‘Solve America’s Problems Of Atheism And Homosexua

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  1. steve knight macrumors 68020

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    This horror of a christian thinks ebola will wipe out gays and atheists. The total lack of compassion and total lack of Christianity in this one is amazing. This is what pisses me off about god he does not even stop monsters like this from making Christians look bad it is what makes me think if there is a god he sure does not care about Christianity.

    http://www.addictinginfo.org/2014/0...ericas-problems-of-atheism-and-homosexuality/
    Some people, when they look at the worst Ebola outbreak in history, hope for its quick end and for the safety of those in the communities affected. But others, like Christian Radio Host Rick Wiles, hope it spreads to the US and wipes out every last atheist and gay person in the country.

    Wiles is one of those End of Days lunatics who seem to overtly fetishize the obliteration of humankind, in the hopes that only people like them will be left behind; they can finally have the planet all to their bigoted selves. He told listeners to Tuesday’s show:

    “Now this Ebola epidemic can become a global pandemic and that’s another name for plague. It may be the great attitude adjustment that I believe is coming… Ebola could solve America’s problems with atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography and abortion.”

    “If Ebola becomes a global plague, you better make sure the blood of Jesus is upon you, you better make sure you have been marked by the angels so that you are protected by God. If not, you may be a candidate to meet the Grim Reaper.”
     
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    I can't figure out if all these type of folks are actually demagogues laughing all the way to the bank, or if they *really* believe this stuff.
     
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    the stupid part are the two people that are in the us are christians. but I guess they are martyrs to the cause.
     
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    I'll take "laughing all the way to the bank" for millions Alex.
     
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    They obviously didn't have enough Jesus-blood on them.
     
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    Agreed. Being shocking gets you noticed.
     
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    Yep. This guy is just another Kim Kardashian, he just caters to a different crowd of stupid people.
     
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    According to Jesus, they ain't Christians. Straight from the horse's mouth right here in Matthew 7:21-23 and John 13:35

    Give 'em enough rope... They'll get there comeuppance sooner or later. I'm hoping it's sooner with THEM being infected by the ebola virus; that would be poetic. I know it ain't Christian of me, but dagnabbit, I can't stand extremist.:mad: We've left the Dark Ages centuries ago and numb nuts like them want to drag us back.

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    This radio host could easily be the president of South Africa, Namibia, Uganda, or any number of African nations since he espouses the same cracked view of homosexuals as they do.
     
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    I say we send him where the outbreak is the worst, he must have a lot of Jesus blood in him so no chance of contracting Ebola.
     
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    Well that's ironic, the two Americans who got ebola are Christian missionaries.

    Maybe it's a sign from god that he doesn't like people going elsewhere to spread their propaganda.
     
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    Maybe now they'll see the error of their ways and open up a hobby store.
     
  13. FreemanW macrumors 6502

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    Compassionate Christians, excited and verbose at demonstrating their petty, small-mindedness, mean-spirited, spiteful, superiority, and vengeful attitude.

    Well done.

    Who would Jesus hate?
     
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    all the people who broad brush Christians while over looking that 2 Christians got infected because they were helping people in need?
     
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    some "christians" do not deserve the time of day
     
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    There are stupid and vicious Christians.

    There are stupid and vicious Jews.

    There are stupid and vicious Muslims.

    There are stupid and vicious Buddhists.

    No one religion has a corner on the stupid and vicious market...
     
  17. steve knight thread starter macrumors 68020

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    some Christians bring on spiritual bankruptcy far more then anyone possibly could.
     
  18. FreemanW macrumors 6502

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    Conditionally helping . . . . .

    As in, listen to my preaching, and then afterward, we'll hand out the __________ <--- insert foodstuffs, medicine, financial help, shelter, et. here.

    Jesus practiced unconditional love, no judgement.

    Show me one Christian that walks in THOSE shoes.
     
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    They are free to walk away if they don't want the help:rolleyes:
     
  20. thekev, Aug 7, 2014
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    Learn from the hate. Don't conflate:cool:.

    Okay cheesy jokes aside I would agree with you here. Religion has a large amount of influence, so it makes a more effective tool than other means of propaganda, which is unfortunate. Without claiming doctrine, his followers would (justifiably) see him as another nutjob.

    That reads like a bunch of random quotes jammed together, and it makes little sense. It's also disingenuous how the highest possible statistic was chosen. Here are a couple other references stanford and world health organization. The stanford link suggests that only one strain kills such a high percentage. Nothing posted on Coulter's site really mentions either way. I looked for better references with all sources cited, but 90% is the highest statistical claim that I've seen.
     
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    Yeah, okay. Clearly, you have a firm grasp upon the condition of people suffering in third world conditions.

    If they don't want to endure proselytizing, they simply walk away and starve.

    Got it.

    Starve, or believe what we say and eat.

    Some choice.

    Sounds like Islamists in Iraq.

    That is a very enlightened religious belief system you have there.
     
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    What a horrible thought process.
     
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    Haha. If you step down off of your holier than thou high horse, and actually go out there and show you care, you would see that you're wrong.

    Find a nun, ask her how you can help. I dare you. Even full blown Christian food banks serve first and if there is preaching, it's afterwards. Quite a few just hand out tracts, and no one is ever required to take one.

    Of course the easy thing to do is just sit on your ass and bitch about people helping others. Because after all, it's all the government's responsibility. :rolleyes:

    What shoes do you walk in ?

    And what might you bring on, laddie ?
     
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    If YOU don't like what the Christians are doing. Why don't YOU go there & show them how it's done?
     
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    You left out the craziest part of her strange rant:

    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2014-08-06.html
     

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