Tuesday, January 29, 2008

christism defined

jan 29th, 2008

reminds me of what a harijan friend of mine told me. some evangelical maniac female, not even a white missionary type but some garden variety varghese or kurian or something, asked him how he could worship that horrible kali with a garland of skulls around her, dancing the dance of death.

he thought about it for a moment and told her, "yes, i admit i am a savage. but why do you civilized christists worship the mutilated corpse of a dead arab stuck on a stick?"

her jaw dropped, and she stammered, "but, but... the cross is a symbol..!!"

so he said, "well, then, kali is also a symbol."

she never bothered to evangelize him again after that. moral of the story: she who lives in glass houses, etc. and this is a true story of what happened in trivandrum.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sushama


Dosabandit said...

Evangelicals seem to be trying to reach as many as they can. it's no longer the white ones, but the converted brown ones too. I was approached by two such (who offered to speak in an Indian language I understood) in the US & were distributing the Bible in HINDI!
No thanks!!

karyakarta92 said...

Christists worshipping "the mutilated corpse of a dead arab stuck on a stick" - HAHAHHAAAAAA....,
ROTFL. And they want the whole world to emulate their macabre perversion. That's some serious lunacy. LMAO.

It is no laughing matter though.
"Pastor rapes and shaves 13-year-old girl" - bloody low life vermin; the scum of the earth. Scoundrels like that deserve no mercy.

Shahryar said...

This reminds me of a UK story involving an imam.

Excerpt from Rape imam is jailed for 10 years:

A former Muslim cleric has been jailed for 10 years for raping and sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl in a mosque where he was teaching.
Manzoor Hussain, 42, of Ashley Road, Bristol was convicted of one offence of rape and four of indecent assault.

Shahryar said...


I had encounters with American Evangelists targeting British-born (hence ignorant of their culture) children of Indian immigrants when I lived in Leicester, UK, over 30 years ago.

I was happy to take all their literature (including Chick comics) since I knew the location of the paper recycling bins in my neighbourhood!