Animus

Celebrate?

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It's entertaining to watch Christians destroy and replace the teachings of their Messiah with a new false god. "By their fruits ye shall know them." And their fruit is rotten to the core.


The laughter you heard coming from churches yesterday were Christians when they heard the pastor or preacher reading the words of Jesus...

"But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you..."

And with one accord the Christians echoed their new Messiah..."I don't think so!"

Amen.


Actually, I am pretty happy having had transitioned from the abusiveness and racism and holier than thou hypocrisy of Christianism, to see the crumbling and destruction of American Christianity.

Jesus was right about one thing though. "Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?"

Hopefully not. Because we will better off for it.


If Jesus could not even answer the question "What is truth?", why do Christians think they can answer for him?


I have a new favorite word. Animus. Short. To the point. And rolls off the tongue.


I'm still drinking my morning coffee at 9:30 a.m. (Just a little something personal to break being sated with hate.)


I think Americans are missing the boat over Trump and his followers movement of hate.

It's the Christianity stupid.

This is what 21st century Christians and Christianity are. They are revealing their true colors and beliefs.

The holier than thou's of hell.


And to end...a poem.

The bleak bad nights,
they cry alone.
The tomb's the same,
the bones are stones.
The stars have fallen,
no hope atones.
The bleak bad nights,
the devils roam.


Smile. It and I may get worse.


More later. There's always more later.


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