There has been a lot of talk about the insane stuff that Pat Robertson says when he is on the air. But, I saw something this morning on the religious channel that tops it.
How about this?! Christians for White Supremacy! Who is paying for this crap to be on the air? Nothing like spreading the word of god with jokes, with a little hatred on the side. I hope people don't get offended by this, but, I am going to quote exactly what made my jaw drop, the few minutes that we watched this.
The Church man says: What does a nigger, a jew, and a faggot have in common. (Then he sings a christian song) And, says they are all going to burn in hell on judgement day. Amen!
How does stuff like this end up on the air? Are television stations that desperate for money that they will broadcast anyone who will pay them for air time? And, what was this doing on the religious channel? It makes me wonder who approves this garbage?
If you ask me, they are doing this kind of stunt only to draw attention to themselves. If it gets them a million hate letters and emails, that's a huge audience to mail their religious drive for funds from their straight acting counterparts. If you hated this group you will like ours better! Send us money to stop them from spreading their hate, while we all laugh at you and by ourselves a new mansion. Very sad.
Pat Robertson supported the war for oil in Iraq and was not much of a prophet, being duped by George Bush. And what you report is disturbing.
When Pat Robertson ran for president he claimed that starting a nuclear war would be a good thing, because then all that wished to be saved could all die and go to live with Jesus. WHAT!!!!!?????
There is a saying that people used to have to make fun of him, like having a screw loose, or two slices of bread away from a ham sandwich. If you asked me the reason there was no bread for the sandwich was because the bread was full of mold, and Pat Robertson was the parasite that grew it.
Crazy with a capital C!!!
Always found the Jew hatred of White Supremacists to be bizarre, they're God's chosen people according to the Bible, doesn't make sense for anyone claiming to be a Christian to hate the Jews.
If I were you I'd write a letter or email or call to the local TV station and complain, try to talk to someone who has the authority to shut that crap down.
I rarely watch Pat Robertson, or any tv preachers except Billy Graham.
I don't necessarily disbelieve you, but I'd have to actually see a video of what you say Robertson said before I'd believe your quote is exact or in context.
Also, Kevin Jennings has kept America busy trying to field his outbursts of hatred for Christians and others who uphold what's right and his imposition of immorality upon impressionable children. So, I think most of us pay more attention to him than to Pat Robertson anyway. A result that I imagine brings Jennings much pleasure.
It's how you raise money. We need money to fight evil. Course they have to name the evil. The 'War on Terror' - the Military Industrial Complex
needs evil to collect all your taxes.
Watson won big-time. Hal has arrived.
I googled Christians for white supremacy and this video was part of what I found.
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I watched this, and it really didn't make a whole lot of sense. They kept talking about the Clan and the other Clan, but never mentioned who the other clan was. I also don't think this didn't have anything to do with the program I saw.
The man on the show said they were Christians for white supremacy, but the Clan was never mentioned. Not that it matters. But, I guess you can find this kind of garbage anywhere if you look hard enough. Reminds me of another scary man that ran for President way back when. David Duke, former leader oft the KKK. People actually voted for him.
I always think the great irony is that these people can use the words christian and love in the same sentence as their offensive garbage.
Do you not have a broadcasting association in the US that you can complain to?
What does a nigger, a jew, and a faggot have in common???
That is just disgraceful, my jaw dropped when I read that. lol.
We all know where he is going on judgement day and it's not anywhere good. I don't know why 'people' like him are allowed on air, he's spreading hate not love and deffo not words of God...
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