Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Evangelist group arrested and jailed

We've followed the storey for ahwile (it's 2 weeks old) but we didn't post it until now. See what happens when you question God and the truth? It bites you back!
David and his group were arrested at a festival, and take note of their lie about the police:


Loonwatch also reported on the event:


Friday, June 18, 2010

Dad killed for watching World Cup instead of Gospel show

JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Police say a South African man who wanted to watch a World Cup match instead of a religious program was beaten to death by his family in the northeastern part of the country.

David Makoeya, a 61-year-old man from the small village of Makweya, Limpopo province, fought with his wife and two children for the remote control on Sunday because he wanted to watch Germany play Australia in the World Cup. The others, however, wanted to watch a gospel show.

"He said, 'No, I want to watch soccer,"' police spokesman Mothemane Malefo said Thursday. "That is when the argument came about.

"In that argument, they started assaulting him."

Malefo said Makoeya got up to change the channel by hand after being refused the remote control and was attacked by his 68-year-old wife Francina and two children, 36-year-old son Collin and 23-year-old daughter Lebogang.

Malefo said he was not sure what the family used to kill Makoeya.

"It appears they banged his head against the wall," Malefo said. "They phoned the police only after he was badly injured, but by the time the police arrived the man was already dead."

All three were arrested Sunday night, but Lebogang was released on $200 bail Tuesday, Malefo said. The other two are still being held in custody.

Malefo said the mother and son will reappear in the local Seshego Magistrates Court on July 27.

"He was always a happy man, never violent," Makoeya's nieces, Miriam and Anna, told the Daily Sun newspaper. "On Saturday, we saw him the last time at a funeral."

The World Cup, being played in Africa for the first time, started Friday and runs through July 11. Although most the tickets for the 64-game tournament have been sold, many in South Africa are too poor to attend matches.


LoonWatch also had this on their site: http://www.loonwatch.com/2010/06/what-if-they-were-muslim-killed-for-trying-to-watch-the-world-cup-instead-of-gospel-show/

Mother stuffs Bible down baby's throat

I find it so sickening how the media chooses to defend the woman. Imagine if this was a Muslim?
Nonetheless honor killings appear 6 times (twice in the NT, four times in the OT. Mathew 15:4, Mark 7:10, Exodus 20:12 are just to name a few)

A six-week-old girl being monitored by social workers died after her mentally-ill mother sat on her, a court heard.
Julia Lovemore, 41, had torn out pages of the Bible and stuffed them into baby Faith's mouth before smothering her.
She was yesterday detained indefinitely under the mental health act after admitting the manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility , which happened in June 2009.
Cambridge Crown Court heard she was a religious fanatic who had been in a 'florid state of psychoses' at the time of the killing.

Judge Mr Justice Cooke was told two health workers were at Lovemore's home on the day Faith was smothered.
A health visitor and a psychiatric nurse had been concerned about the behaviour of Lovemore's husband David, 39 - also a mentally-ill religious fanatic, the court heard.
When they arrived at the house in June last year they found Mr Lovemore praying loudly and shouting 'Take the devil out of Julia.'
He refused to answer questions and they left to consult with experts, fearing their presence was making him more agitated.

Later that day, Mr Lovemore turned up at his GP's surgery carrying the child's lifeless body.

He was accompanied by Faith's older sister who had been doused in white spirit but was otherwise unharmed. It is believed Faith was dead or dying when the social worker visited.

Judge Mr Justice Jeremy Cooke yesterday ordered that Mrs Lovemore be detained indefinitely under the mental health act.
The court heard how Mrs Lovemore, a Christian fundamentalist, had suffered at least three manic psychotic episodes since being diagnosed with bi-polar effective disorder in 1995.

Prosecutor John Farmer said he older daughter was put on the at risk register in November 2006 when her mother suffered a relapse and hit her with a hairbrush.
When Mrs Lovemore was 28 weeks pregnant with Faith a consultant psychologist concluded there was a 'high risk' of further relapse in the post-birth stage and monitoring was 'essential'.
Both Lovemores held extreme religious views and this coupled with their psychiatric history meant in June 2009 social workers scheduled a review of a protection order on the children.
Mr Farmer said: 'With hindsight it was judged both parents were deteriorating sharply. Profound mental ill health and engagement with religious beliefs turned out to be an explosive cocktail.
'On the day in question the two mental health professionals arrived and reached the conclusion that the situation was very unstable.'
Neither of them saw the defendant or Faith and the best interpretation of events suggests by then Faith was already dead or dying.
'There is no other reason why the husband was intensely engagement with prayer.'
In a statement Mrs Lovemore gave to police some time after her arrest she tried to explain her memories of that day.
She said: 'I sat in my bedroom and I was ripping pages out of my Bible. I put some small bits of paper in Faith's mouth and she spat them out.
'For some reason I sat on her, I was crying. I was bouncing on the bed. I don't know why I was sitting on her. I got bi-polar.'

In mitigation, Frances Oldham QC said Mrs Lovemore was responding well to psychiatric treatment but Faith's death 'could have been avoided'.
She said: 'Given her history and also the history of her husband this is a tragedy that could have been avoided. There was evidence of disengagement by Julia from the mental health services.'
Sentencing, Mr Justice Cooke said Mrs Lovemore's bi-polar disorder meant she suffered from grandiose delusions of special powers, religious delusions of identity and auditory hallucinations.
He said: 'You were profoundly mentally disordered which subsequently impaired the responsibility for what you did.'
Cambridgeshire Local Safeguarding Children Board Vice Chairman, Gordon Jeyes, said after the hearing that a serious case review had been conducted.
He said: 'The death of any child is a tragedy and we are deeply upset and saddened by what has happened.
'The circumstances around this death were exceptional. There were complex issues within the family around mental health, and the practice of their religious beliefs.
'The report highlights that agencies did work effectively with the family and that there was good communication between practitioners.
'The report also highlights that the link between the family's background of mental illness, and the way they chose to practice their religious beliefs, was not sufficiently understood.'


Ice Cream ad angers Christians

Yep Christians have attacked freedom of speech yet again.

A controversy-courting Italian ice-cream maker is in hot water for running an ad featuring a heavily pregnant nun with the strapline "immaculately conceived", after a stream of complaints to the advertising watchdog that it is offensive to Christians because it mocks the birth of Jesus.

The ad, which is featured in magazines The Lady and Grazia, features a pregnant nun enjoying a pot of Antonio Fedirici ice-cream.

The Advertising Standards Authority has launched an investigation to see if the campaign breaks the advertising code on the grounds of taste and decency. The ASA has received about 40 complaints from members of the public that it is offensive to Christians, especially Catholics, "because it mocks the virgin birth of Jesus".

Matt O'Connor, creative director at the ice-cream company, argued that it is an "intelligent, challenging and iconoclastic piece of advertising". O'Connor, who points out that he is an Irish Catholic himself, also argues that the ad "tells a deeper story", satirising the "horrific stories involving thousands of pregnant Irish women enslaved by the Catholic church in convents and who had their children taken away from them by nuns because they were seen as 'moral degenerates'".

The ad is the latest in the company's "Ice-cream is our religion" campaign.

Last year the ASA banned an ad campaign by the company featuring a a young nun and priest about to share a kiss after complaints that it was offensive to those in a religious order.


Zakir Naik banned from UK for his "speech"

The UK has banned Zakir Naik. The famous line they always bring is "every muslim should be a terrorist". I admit Naik poorly worded his sentence, but thats only a quarter of it. The rest of his speech, people wouldn't bother putting on, why would they? Taking-out-of-context tactics are easy and fun. Here's the feed- http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20100618/wl_uk_afp/britainindiasecurityislam

The news says they've a link that tracks Naik activity, which leads me to believe it's most likel an evangelist site. Here it is:

Naik had been filmed on a website making inflammatory comments, interior ministry sources told the newspaper

"Coming to the UK is a privilege not a right and I am not willing to allow those who might not be conducive to the public good to enter the UK."

So Naik isn't allowed yet anti-Muslims are free to do whatever?
You know there's these terrorists and hate preachers (like Anjem Choudry. I condemn his words) but they haven't been deported or whatever. Is the UK scared of Naik converting non-Muslims to Islam? That's the only way I see he can't come to that country.

Oh and commenter said Muslims should be poisoned to death:

Where are they who are always saying Israelis are terrorist?You can see all Muslims are As@holes,all of them Kill that idiot,these people need poison to kill all of them

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Pastor pleads guilty to jewelry scam

WHITE PLAINS — A television pastor from Hamptonburgh pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to scamming investors out of approximately $3 million for a phony jewelry business.

Samuel Solanky, 63, who ran Vandana, a Christian cable television show geared toward the South Asian community and broadcast in both the U.S. and Asia, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud. Prosecutors alleged that between 2005 and 2009, Solanky offered several individuals, including people he had met at religious events, the opportunity to invest in a gemstone business he was starting. He promised a 100 percent return on their investment within months.

The investors wired money to several bank accounts in Solanky's name. In return, Solanky mailed them investment agreements acknowledging he received the money. But Solanky admitted there was no gemstone business. Instead, the money he received was wired abroad from the accounts and withdrawn in cash.

In the original criminal complaint, when Solanky was arrested last July, he claimed he was contacted several years ago by e-mail from individuals in Nigeria who wanted to donate money to his ministry, but who needed him to send them money in order to obtain the proper paperwork to make donations.

Solanky faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Stephen Robinson on Sept. 29. His prior criminal record will likely be taken into account — in 2002, Solanky pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion and was sentenced to five months in a halfway house, according to court records.


Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Ayaan Hirsi Ali refuted by Muslim woman


Yet the West believes women in Islam are stupid.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Is the NJ terror suspect really Muslim?

Well firstly he allegedly was going to join an Al Queda affiliate which anyone with a proper education knows is Un-Islamic. But there's these little details that get no attention. For example the link here: http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/06/12/new.jersey.terror.suspects/index.html?hpt=T2 has a quote from his own mother that says he wasn't religious and also shows that he had a GIRLFRIEND. Lets see a non-religious man with a girlfriend? What picture can you get in your head?

Saturday, June 12, 2010

How good is Pamela Geller at basic math?

Geller said the NYPD and security at the rally told her about 5,000 demonstrators were there. But NYPD spokesman Sgt. Kevin Hayes said the police department's policy is to not provide crowd estimates and that he could not confirm Geller's number.

CNN iReporter Julio Ortiz-Teissonniere, who attended the rally and sent photos to CNN, said the number was closer to 200-300 while he was there for the first 45 minutes of the event.

We all know her wordings on her blog make zero sense. We all know she's a white supremacist. We've seen her make herself a fool on national tv and now yet again she embarrasses herself with kindergarten math.

Lets see what else she said:

"We feel it would be more appropriate maybe to build a center dedicated to expunging the Quranic texts of the violent ideology that inspired jihad, or perhaps a center to the victims of hundreds of millions of years of jihadi wars, land enslavements, cultural annihilations and mass slaughter," Geller said.

Hundreds of millions of years of Jihadi wars? Islam's only been around 1400 years, humans weren't even around then. I believe Geller thinks Dinosaurs were practicing Muslims?

More info on the article: http://edition.cnn.com/2010/US/06/06/new.york.ground.zero.mosque/index.html

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Miley Cyrus shows her Christian side

There's numerous quotes from Miley and others about her strict christian faith. And we can tell she's in love with those bible verses about a woman's body in Song of Songs and Song of Solomon.

I really am saddened for those young girls who follow Cyrus' every move. May God save them from the oppression of women being sex symbols in Western Society.





Lady Gaga: "I'm very religious"

Can you guess which religion?

It’s not every day that you have the opportunity to meet a global sensation. I traveled to London this week for Larry King’s interview with superstar Lady Gaga.

Arranging this special one-on-one – part of our celebration of Larry’s 25th anniversary with CNN – was no easy task. Lady Gaga is in the midst of her sold-out world tour, The Monster’s Ball. To say her schedule is jam-packed is to understate the case.

Still, her team carved out the time. The venue was a designated room in the backstage area of the O2 Arena, where Lady Gaga would thrill (and I do mean THRILL!) her fans with a brilliant concert performance just hours later.

Right on time – to the minute – Lady Gaga walked in, accompanied by just three people.

“Hi everyone, I’m Gaga,” she introduced herself to our CNN crew – which was more than three times as large as her modest entourage. She then proceeded to shake hands with everybody. She could not have been more gracious.

I – and everybody else on the crew – had wondered what she was going to wear. She did not disappoint. Just the opposite. Lady Gaga paid a witty tribute to Larry by donning a white silk shirt and unique black suspenders. To add to the visual punch, Larry took his seat on our New York set sporting a black shirt and white suspenders! Was this study in sartorial opposites planned ahead of time? No. Absolutely not. It was serendipity. And it added a terrific touch to a unique show.

Lady Gaga was as candid as she was articulate throughout the interview. Her frankness extended to her very honest comments about growing up in the Roman Catholic Church.

Vatican police asks women campaigners to leave

Activists campaigning for the Catholic Church to ordain women as priests were asked to leave the Vatican on Tuesday.

They argue that women in the priesthood could have helped lessen the impact of the child abuse scandal sweeping the church.

The half-dozen campaigners had unfurled a banner and were handing out leaflets when Vatican police asked them to go.


Will Douglas Murray ever grow up?

So it's this guy again. His writings are worse than an evangelical site. And that tells a lot.


Mohammed believed in women's rights, says poster campaign. Oh, really?

This week sees the launch of a hilarious new campaign called “Inspired by Muhammad” (as we are now all expected to spell Mohammed). It claims to want to “improve the public understanding of Islam and Muslims”. It is being strongly pedalled by taxpayer-funded Muslim organisations. Which makes it another nice example of the British people being preached to and proselytised in an Islamic way, presumably at our own expense.

He only calls it hilarious because he's afraid of getting his inaccuracies corrected. He doesn't want his misguided fans to see the actual truth about Islam.
"Muhammed" is the corrcet way of spelling. He even gets upset something as little as this!

The site is well worth a visit. Its “Who was Muhammad?” section is particularly delicious. There are sections on Mohammed “the orphan”, Mohammed “the shepherd” and Mohammed “the husband”. There are, sadly, no sections on Mohammed “the war criminal” or Mohammed “the close friend of a little girl”.

Again we see here Douglas tearing up. There's no need to go into what he calls "war criminals", which most likely is unrelibale, false, evangelist made up material.
Unfortunately, it is sad people refuse to recognize the maturity of Aisha and the normality of the marriage. I swear If i could get Murray's mother on, she'd all us all about how her own mother married very early. Also i'm pretty sure she'd give us the legal documents, which can be easily found on the internet, about the age of consent (that was ate 10, just 100 years ago).

But the campaign’s aim is clear. It is to alter misconceptions that we are told are held by a woefully ignorant British public by telling us all about Mohammed on buses and tube trains. A YouGov poll has been brought out to coincide with the campaign’s launch. Among its findings are that:

58 per cent of people associate Islam with extremism

50 per cent associate Islam with terrorism

69 per cent believe that Islam encourages the repression of women

Now how on earth could this be? Surely these figures must demonstrate the existence of an anti-Islamic plot! Or it is it perhaps because Islam is indeed very strongly associated with extremism, violence and the repression of women, as an observer of any Islamic society can see?

Well where do these stats come from? Yes POLLS. How is Islam always portrayed? Can these people find any evidence from Islamic sources? I guarantee NOT.
I suggest Murray get his ass out of Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran. Lets see how many Muslim countries are left? About 55. And nearly ALL use Sharia. Is the West gonna show them in the media? Hell no because it'll only embarrass people like Douglas Murray!

The campaign posters show British Muslims saying things like: “I believe in protecting the environment. So did Mohammed.” Funniest of all is a woman barrister in a headscarf who fronts the poster: “I believe in women’s rights. So did Mohammed.” Unless, like the female poet Asma bint Marwan, you did something Mohammed didn’t like. (According to various hadiths, he had her killed for criticising Islam.) Or unless, like his bride Aisha, you were nine years old and he decided, at the age of 52, that it was time to consummate the marriage.

The assasination of Asma bint Marwan comes from an unreliable source. As educated people know, we do not accpet unreliable material. Douglas is quite upset Muahammed was a man of mercy.
When people re-bring back something they states earlier, it shows their desperate. It's obvious Douglas is cracking up.

Anyhow – details, details. As far as I’m concerned, people can believe what they want. But once they try to make other people believe it too by advertising in public places, then they will have to get used to having their platitudes critiqued and ridiculed.

Yeah lets not show the world what Islam truly is. Lets not correct people's misconceptions.
Douglas makes an actual point in the last sentence. We should be ridiculed with ignorance and misinformation. Give yourself a pat on the back Dougy!

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Christians hypocritically protest Jesus cartoons

The newly formed Citizens Against Religious Bigotry said Thursday that it believes the "JC" series would be offensive. They accuse Comedy Central of a double standard in mocking Christian figures and beliefs while recently refusing to let "South Park" depict the Prophet Muhammad for fear of offending Muslims.

"You don't have to be a Christian to be offended by this," said Brent Bozell, head of the watchdog Media Research Center.

Comedy Central said last month that "JC" is one of two dozen series it has in development. The concept is to depict Christ as a "regular guy" who moves to New York to "escape his father's enormous shadow."

Network spokesman Tony Fox noted that "JC" is nothing more than an idea now, without even a completed script. In television, only a minority of projects in development ever make it on the air.

Mr Fox said the groups should save their energy for when a decision is made about whether the series will ever be completed.

Aside from Mr Bozell's group, the coalition also includes the Catholic League, the Parents Television Council and talk show host Michael Medved. They said the coalition had written to 250 Comedy Central advertisers to alert them to the show and already had 93,000 petition signals against it.

Comedy Central was the target of an Internet threat this spring from a Muslim group for a "South Park" episode that supposedly showed Muhammad in a bear costume. Like other media organizations, it resists showing a depiction of Muhammad because many Muslims consider a physical description of the prophet to be blasphemous.

Such depictions of Muhammad in other media have resulted in death threats by fundamentalist Muslims against the purveyors.

"Does that indicate that Christians then are punished because they aren't crazy?" Medved said. "That they get punished because their religion does not encourage threats of violence?"


Christians not crazy? I wonder what that person will think if they read the amount of rapes, homicides and abuse we have from Christian leaders let alone average christians.
It's obvious this Christian above is trying to spread propoganda. I'll say it as easy as it can be said, Islam is not violent while Christianity is.