Reading J Kb’s post made me angry because we have imbeciles in the LGBQTREFVSNSM (etc) movement that demand respect, but apparently it is contraindicated for them to respect other people, namely Christians.

These assholes think they are edgy and brave because they pull insults to Christianity and get applauded by their supporters. Their egos refilled with faux bravery.

You want to impress me motherfucker? Go pray in full fucking make up and drag in a mosque. Walk on the rugs in Fuck-Me pumps and shriek the prayers. See what happens to you. Oh yeah, you don’t have the cojones to pull that one, right? Remember the Femens disrupting a Muslim conference?

Christians are easy target because we behave like Christians. But eventually we will run out of cheeks to turn and then we won’t give a fuck if you are given a vertical ride in a crane.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “Glittery Ashes because they are actually cowards.”
  1. “Verticle ride on a crane” TOO funny!! We Christian s have been targets for a long time. It is getting old.

  2. I recently read an essay from a reformed “transgender.” Aside from his own personal story of getting out from under the thumb of the LBGTQWERTYWHATEVER crowd, there were to points that really stuck with me.

    1. Because they were not immediately accepted by whatever organization they wanted to belong to (I think it was the Catholic Church), they decided they were going to destroy it. If they cannot get what they want, no one can have it was the attitude.
    2. It is an addiction. Seriously. He acknowledged that being transgender was addicting. It provided, to him, the same state of mind changes as drugs/alcohol does to someone addicted to chemicals.

    The intent of adding glitter to the ashes on Ash Wednesday is not inclusion, it is destruction. They feel they are not “accepted” by the Church, so they want to destroy the Church. If they cannot be in it, in the manner they want to (important… no simply attending like anyone else, the Church has to celebrate their lifestyle) then no one can have the Church.

    I wish I could find that article/essay again. It was eye opening.

    1. They weren’t. Bravery is to face danger knowingly. They were expecting to be taken outside and dumped because that is what had happened to them before.
      Getting stomped was not in their schedule.

  3. I’m all for any demonstration that includes topless women. Within certain weight and fitness limits, of course.

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