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Rising from the dead

Postby Burgerman » 07 Oct 2018, 11:07

Just watched a news feature, 30 mins long. Theres some religous nuts that are having "healathons" where they think they are praying people better, and that they can raise the dead. Real genuine interviews with he ones wearing the pointy hats and everything. Not an ounce of skeptisism or questioning the validity of the claims. There were thousands across many areas all members of this church, that believe this bullshit. I could kind of understand this level of ignorance in africa or somewhere. But this was ilkely in yorkhire in the UK! Seriously, how is this level of ignorance possible in the modern world in 2018? Gobsmaked that even the idiot BBC choose to take this garbage seriously. Theser no wonder we get people ignorant enough to vote for corbyn. :cussing
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby sacharlie » 07 Oct 2018, 15:40

Just one of the many forms of FREE MARKET CAPITALISM you like. LIVE WITH IT! :dance
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby Burgerman » 07 Oct 2018, 17:21

Not really sure how thats free market?

A story by the socialist funded left-wing socialist biased BBC, about some ignorant people having a no cost meeting of hundreds of people that doesent fix or sell or produce anything? I would have thought it was very socialistic. Its what socialism does best. Waste time, labour and public money.

Of course IF the BBC was funded by subscription, or advertising, like a non socialist organisation/business should be, and the church charged a figure for fixing peoples illnesses or raising the dead, and had used the BBC to spread the story at some cost to themselves (advertising/marketing), and if these fixes actually WORKED so that they had a real service or product that actually enhanced the lives of the society for a price, then it would be capitalist. Free trade.

But the point was to show how absolutely ignorant of how the real world works, some morons are. I just find it incredible that people can fall for such obvious bollox.
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby sacharlie » 07 Oct 2018, 17:31

Did they ask for money? Over here they ask for money. Give em your money and god will make your well in health and riches. Nothing socialistic to that.
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby Burgerman » 07 Oct 2018, 17:44

No. Groups of terminally bewildered people meeting in pubs, halls etc that believe in irrational bollox...

The churches in this country do rely on donations, passing a tin around etc. And the fact that they are the biggest property owners in the country. There so few actual church goers in this country today, that the few coppers left as donations just doesent cut it. And again, donations by the "mass" of church-goers to fix a few broken ones or provide help in other ways, is a socialist group concept anyway!

The churches that remain open, are struggling just to repair a window or fix a roof I am pleased to say, and have all kinds of special days and drives to try to fund these things in desperation. And theres a great many empty run down derelict churches nowadays that have been abandoned due to lack of money to repair and keep the weather out. And no users anyway!

Religion in the UK is basically dead. I dont know anyone that believes a word or has ever been to church to pray or wear pointy hats and a dress or whatever they do. Group chanting etc. Most just see a church as a place to get pretty pictures at a wedding. Its mostly the preserve of the old, and the gimegrants almost exclusively in the UK today. And the numbers of church goers gets ever smaller. So they keep on selling those unused and derelict churches off, to be used and converted as private houses, pubs, demolished for housing and even car parks. To pay to fix a roof on the ones that remain.

If you only look to the white/uk british that were here for many generations, that make up the vast majority of the country outside of london, (at least 85 percent of the population) then you will find they are allmost exclusively athiest, but half will reply that they are xstian only because they think thats the right answer! Its a historical thing... Nobody educated and sane believes in a "god" here. In the traditional sense of a thug in the sky that watches and controls and threatens you with hell because he loves you. :lol: or any other silly childish woo woo.

Take a look. https://www.google.com/search?client=fi ... iA#imgrc=_

Theres literally thousands of them. Theres a dozen that are falling down in my small town alone. There at leas 5x this in the vilages around here within walking distance.
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby sacharlie » 07 Oct 2018, 18:16

Burgerman wrote:
The churches in this country do rely on donations, passing a tin around etc. And the fact that they are the biggest property owners in the country.


Yep always thought the pope was a capitalist. :shock:

Burgerman wrote:And again, donations by the "mass" of church-goers to fix a few broken ones or provide help in other ways, is a socialist group concept anyway!


Yes the ones with a heart. :dance
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby sacharlie » 07 Oct 2018, 18:24

God and religion are the bedrock of capitalism! That's how the USA provides the best government corporations can buy.
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby Burgerman » 07 Oct 2018, 18:24

Yep always thought the pope was a capitalist. :shock:

The pope is a man with the biggest pointy hat, and in charge mostly of organisd child abuse, systematic child rape, and hiding and moving all the perps, while pretending nothing ever happened for half a century. All kept afloat by the delusional catholics. An evil organisation if there ever was one. And of course then never helped or cured 1 person. Regardless of the people with a "heart"...

And the UK dumped the catholic church and the pope, with king henry the 8th. Because he wanted to break all their own rules like all religous people do. He just needed to behead a bunch of wives and remary a load of new ones! So he invented the church of england, another organisation of pedophiles, and fortunately its now all but died out! :worship

Yep always thought the pope was a capitalist. :shock:

He is. And the head of a criminal perverted organisation. But its all ok, because the pointy hat makes him powerful.
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Re: Rising from the dead

Postby Burgerman » 07 Oct 2018, 18:26

God and religion are the bedrock of capitalism! That's how the USA provides the best government corporations can buy.


I see that you still have no clue whatsoever what capitalism is.
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