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Cause and Effect

“Number of Witches rises dramatically across U.S. as Millennials reject Christianity” says the headline to this article. That is the effect. And here is the cause: “Christian prophet: The Red Cross is ‘kidnapping people off the streets to use their blood for sacrifices’” The second article explains the first. Why are more and more people rejecting Christianity? Because of idiots like this loser who profess to be Christian, when they are anything but “Christ-like,” which is what the word *used* to mean. While the headline for the first article is a tad misleading—it lumps such disparate things as an interest in tarot cards and pre-Christian aboriginal spirituality into a pile and labels it “witchcraft”—it is basically accurate. Any why would any remotely rational person want to align him or herself with a belief system that is seen, albeit incorrectly, as espousing garbage like that suggested by the latter headline? (Note: this also explains the rise in interest in vampirism as a spiritual outlet.)

Says bogus “prophet” Mark Taylor, the pre-Christian entity Baal, who normally is fed by the blood of aborted fetuses, is now going thirsty because of restricted abortion access. Fortunately he has the Red Cross to take up the slack. “We all know the Red Cross is corrupt…they are literally grabbing people in broad daylight…I tell people, ‘I don’t care if you are a Christian or not, if you don’t have a concealed weapons permit, you need to get one. You need to learn how to use a weapon and you need to be carrying it right now because this is a very dangerous time that we are going to be entering into.’…their [the Baal-worshippers] sources are running out, so they can use that human blood [that they get from the Red Cross] for sacrifices, they can use it for drinking it, or whatever it is they do.” Yep. For whatever it is they do.

Good grief.

TheCheezman • October 1, 2019


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