Friday, December 25, 2015

No Doubt About it: God Is Evil

I don't want it to be true either but facts are facts. I even appeal to God by telling him that nobody actually loves him and that they are all kissing his ass out of fear but God is too much of an ego maniac to accept that reality. God is actually quite pathetic and pure evil so regardless of what we do here we're all fucked.

Evil actually believes it is good. Satan on the other hand has been labeled as evil but if Satan recognizes that he is evil or believes it then unlike God, Satan's creator, Satan perhaps has a moral compass because Satan is able to make the distinction. While God is not immune to logic and truth he salves himself from it in his orgies of terror and sadism.  God is completely and totally evil and pathetic and cannot be redeemed. God is immune to redemption but IMO God is not indestructible.

God is vulnerable because if he were indeed all powerful he would not have to lie and tell the world how awesome he is. This was illustrated beautifully in an episode of Star Trek the Next Generation where a character  named Ardra, a galactic con artist and a real fucking cunt extorted a civilization for payments. (The actress was named Marta Dubois and the episode was called Devil's Due which aired in 1991. In the end Piccard and his crew busted her and exposed her parlor tricks. I think the writers got their inspiration from Bible God.

In the movie The Final Frontier  Spock, McCoy, Kirk and a rogue Vulcan scientist break through an energy barrier and come face to face with God who looks very much like Michael Angelo's God. Like Bible God, this god is a lying sack of shit con artist who want to hitch a ride on the USS Enterprise. Kirk asks, "Why does God need a star ship." That pisses off God and in typical God style God punishes Kirk. I the end a Klingon ship shows up and Spock manning a big fucking phase cannon kills God. I love that scene!

Monday, December 21, 2015

God So Hates The World: John 3:16 and Free Will Exposed

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John 3:16 says "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." That says God loves everyone, right? Wrong. Every so-called Christian in the world will cite John 3:16 as proof that God loves everyone. They don't have a clue what the verse means, and, under the guidance of the lying false prophets who make up the "Christian" landscape, twist it to mean what they want it to mean. We call that "wresting the scripture unto your own destruction." 2 Peter 3:16.

It seems that if you're going to base an entire lying theology on one part of a verse, you would at least know what the verse means. But so-called Christians today are far too simple-minded and lazy to look into the matter. So we'll do it for you: the word translated "world" in John 3:16 is the Greek word "kosmos." The word never means "every individual of mankind who ever lived." In fact, the word has at least seven different meanings in the scripture, depending on the context in which it's used. It can mean Gentiles (as opposed to Jews); it can mean the world of believers; it can mean the world of unbelievers; it can mean the physical creation; etc. If you would actually read what the verse says, and read the context around the verse, you would find that the answer is right before your lying eyes - you just don't want to see it, because it conflicts with how your evil, dark hearts think God ought to be! The context is "the world of believers" (whether they are Jews or Gentiles). Those are the people God loves. Those are the people for whom Jesus died. Jesus didn't come to condemn those people - He came to save them. But everyone else is already condemned, because they don't believe.

You'll say "but doesn't 'whosoever believes' mean that everybody has the chance to believe?" Nope. Turn a few pages to John 10 (you may be surprised to find that there is actually more to the Bible than John 3:16, but believe me, there is). You will find in John 10:11 that Jesus says "I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep." Later on in verse 26, Jesus says to some unbelievers: "But ye believe not, because ye are not of my sheep, as I said unto you." Uh oh - you John 3:16 heretics have a few problems on your hands. Jesus says He came to die for the sheep, and then proceeds to say that only His sheep can believe. In other words, only the people for whom Jesus died will believe. Note that the reason that unbelievers don't believe is BECAUSE they are not His sheep. This passage explains who the world is in John 3:16, and it's clearly not everyone. Furthermore, the only people who can believe are the ones whom God has ordained to eternal life. "And when the Gentiles heard this, they were glad, and glorified the word of the Lord: and as many as were ordained to eternal life believed." Acts 13:48. So, if you have been ordained to eternal life, that means that you will believe, you are one of God's sheep, God loves you, and He sent His Son to die for you so you wouldn't be condemned. If you have not been ordained to eternal life, that means you are not one of His sheep, you NEVER will believe and are already condemned.

My Take On It:  John 3:16-18

16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.18 Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son. 
According to John: 3:18 some people are already condemned and based on many other scriptures some people were condemned even before God created them. Scriptures that prove your salvation is predetermined by God and here they are. Acts 13:48Rom.8:29-30 , Rom.9:11-22Eph.1:4-52 Th.2:11-122 Tim.1:9Jude 1:4

What I've told you here is the only interpretation that makes sense, because that is the only interpretation that is consistent with the rest of the Scripture. For example, God hated Esau! Romans 9:13. And He didn't just hate him - He hated him before he was even born and had done neither good nor evil! Romans 9:11. If He hates a person, He doesn't love everyone. For another example, there are billions of people in hell. If He loves those people, what a peculiar way of showing it!

Our message to this evil world is that God hates you, and you better prepare for the return of Christ in power and glory. Jesus came the first time to save; and Jesus will come the second time in vengeance, because you do not obey the Gospel. It will be soon, and you will experience the wrath of the Lamb, face to face. (Deut. 7:10, Rev. 6:16).

Also see "God Loves Everyone" - The Greatest Lie Ever Told, which includes 701 passages from the Bible proving God's hatred and wrath for most of mankind.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Muslims Are Finally Waking Up And Leaving Islam

Caveat: Nothing in the Bible was written by Jesus.

The Worst Thing We Can Do To Muslims Is Not Kill Them

When a Muslim fighting for Islam is killed by a kafir aka non Muslim, all Muslims are required to fight for and spread Islam except for the women that warrior Muslim goes to paradise. Muslim males go to a heaven but not just any heaven. Muslim heaven makes Las Vegas and Disney Land seem like the waiting room at a dentist office. It's a bit unclear whether Muslim women make it to heaven but Muslim men sure do. Then again it's not clear that Muslim females are even considered people. The certainly are considered property or chattel. 

Muslim heaven is a great place full of all the food you can eat, all the wine you can drink and all the virgins and boys you can fuck for all eternity. Warriors who die fighting in the cause of God are ushered immediately to God's presence (Surah 2:159 and Surah 3:169) A Muslim man can fuck up after he is done fighting for Allah and end up missing paradise and going to Muslim hell which may or may not be temporary. The Koran is not clear about that.

Look at those hot voluptuous babes you get in Muslim Paradise!

No wonder Muslims hate us. By not killing them we are forcing them to endure this awful earthly existence while depriving them the chance for eternal paradise and all the good food and drink and sex with women and boys. Damn! With a deal like that except for the "fresh faced boys" I'd go out and kill a bunch of kafir if I believed I'd get a deal like that. Problem is, I think Islam is all bullshit.

 Related:  72 Virgins and Boys

The Nature of the Day of Judgment

The resurrection that will take place on the Last Day is physical, and is explained by suggesting that Allah will re-create the decayed body (17:100: "Could they not see that God who created the heavens and the earth is able to create the like of them"?). On the Last Day, resurrected humans and jinn will be judged by Allah according to their deeds. One's eternal destination depends on balance of good to bad deeds in life. They are either granted admission to Paradise, where they will enjoy spiritual and physical pleasures forever, or condemned to Hell to suffer spiritual and physical torment for eternity.
The day of judgment is described as passing over Hell on a narrow bridge in order to enter Paradise. Those who fall, weighted by their bad deeds, will remain in Hell forever. The Quran specifies two exceptions to this general rule:
    - Warriors who die fighting in the cause of God are ushered immediately to God's presence (Surah 2:159 and Surah 3:169); and
    - "Enemies of Islam" are sentenced immediately to Hell upon death.


"O soul who is at rest, return to thy Lord, well-pleased with Him, well-pleasing Him. So enter among My servants, and enter My garden." (89:27-30) Paradise (firdaws), also called "The Garden" (Janna), is a place of physical and spiritual pleasure, with lofty mansions (39:20, 29:58-59), delicious food and drink (52:22, 52:19, 38:51), and virgin companions called houris (56:17-19, 52:24-25, 76:19, 56:35-38, 37:48-49, 38:52-54, 44:51-56, 52:20-21). There are seven heavens (17:46, 23:88, 41:11, 65:12).


Hell, or Jahannam (Greek gehenna), is mentioned frequently in the Quran and the Sunnah using a variety of imagery. It has seven doors (Qur'an 39:71; 15:43) leading to a fiery crater of various levels, the lowest of which contains the tree Zaqqum and a cauldron of boiling pitch. The level of hell depends on the degree of offenses. Suffering is both physical and spiritual.
Being a Muslim does not keep one out of Hell, but it is not clear whether Muslims remain in Hell forever. Non-Muslims (kafir), however, will be punished eternally. A Muslim author on explains it this way:
"Ultimately, God will remove from Hell those believers whose sins were not forgiven nor atoned for by good deeds in their lifetimes, and they will then enter Paradise. The remaining inhabitants of Hell will stay there eternally." (Islam Online) Other Muslim commentators, noting that Allah can rescue people from hell as he chooses, and that he is merciful and compassionate, have hypothesized that eventually hell will be empty. Alternatively, Hell can be seen as a place of progress where souls are instructed until they are fit to go to heaven:
"Life after death is actually the starting-point of further progress for man. Those in paradise are advancing to higher and higher stages in knowledge and perfection of faith. Hell is meant to purify those in it of the effects of their bad deeds, and so make them fit for further advancement. Its punishment is, therefore, not everlasting." (, an Ahmadiyya website)

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Islam's War On Women

The god of Abraham is one evil brutal bastard and that is why his followers, Muslims and Christians mostly do so much evil to the world. I am far from a feminist in that I actually love women and I don't hate men. As a man my instincts tell be to protect women and children. 

The following population data is from the CIA World Fact Book.

Age Structure of Saudi Arabia
0-14 years: 27.07% (male 3,850,992/female 3,661,194)
15-24 years: 19.11% (male 2,839,161/female 2,463,216)
25-54 years: 45.9% (male 7,244,386/female 5,495,284)
55-64 years: 4.68% (male 710,827/female 587,281)
65 years and over: 3.24% (male 460,209/female 439,766) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of Bahrain

0-14 years: 19.48% (male 133,201/female 129,140)
15-24 years: 15.84% (male 120,073/female 93,182)
25-54 years: 56.13% (male 494,405/female 261,399)
55-64 years: 5.79% (male 50,466/female 27,501)
65 years and over: 2.77% (male 18,092/female 19,154) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of Kuwait

0-14 years: 25.32% (male 367,176/female 338,883)

15-24 years: 15.21% (male 233,306/female 190,903)
25-54 years: 52.32% (male 924,103/female 534,769)
55-64 years: 4.82% (male 76,707/female 57,663)

65 years and over: 2.33% (male 30,681/female 34,343) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of United Arab Emerates

0-14 years: 20.85% (male 616,669/female 588,546)
15-24 years: 13.57% (male 466,663/female 317,735)
25-54 years: 61.38% (male 2,704,889/female 842,852)
55-64 years: 3.18%   (male 137,753/female 46,214)
65 years and over: 1.01% (male 36,725/female 21,714) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of The Gaza Strip

0-14 years: 42.75% (male 410,599/female 388,473)
15-24 years: 20.34% (male 194,798/female 185,295)
25-54 years: 30.66% (male 293,556/female 279,471)
55-64 years: 3.59% (male 33,843/female 33,198)
65 years and over: 2.67% (male 20,667/female 29,155) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of The West Bank

0-14 years: 33.09% (male 473,108/female 448,612
15-24 years: 21.52% (male 307,020/female 292,465)
25-54 years: 36.96% (male 529,094/female 500,375)
55-64 years: 4.57% (male 64,093/female 63,289)
65 years and over: 3.85% (male 45,303/female 62,007) (2015 est.

Age Structure of  Oman

0-14 years: 30.23% (male 509,465/female 484,068)
15-24 years: 19.51% (male 336,286/female 304,994)
25-54 years: 43% (male 822,302/female 590,937)
55-64 years: 3.9% (male 68,460/female 59,756
65 years and over: 3.37% (male 55,081/female 55,587) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of  Qatar

0-14 years: 12.52% (male 139,353/female 135,514)

15-24 years: 12.96% (male 207,493/female 76,879)
25-54 years: 70.23% (male 1,278,442/female 263,051)
55-64 years: 3.39% (male 57,581/female 16,886)
65 years and over: 0.89% (male 12,365/female 7,253) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of  Turkey

0-14 years: 25.45% (male 10,339,731/female 9,868,005)
15-24 years: 16.25% (male 6,587,897/female 6,314,306)
25-54 years: 43.07% (male 17,323,965/female 16,878,498)
55-64 years: 8.15% (male 3,216,877/female 3,253,892)
65 years and over: 7.09% (male 2,498,187/female 3,132,911) (2015 est.)


Age Structure of  Lybia

0-14 years: 26.52% (male 869,583/female 830,751)
15-24 years: 17.77% (male 588,243/female 551,139)
25-54 years: 46.62% (male 1,567,608/female 1,421,246)
55-64 years: 4.97% (male 163,133/female 155,703)
65 years and over: 4.12% (male 132,740/female 131,630) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of  Sudan
0-14 years: 40.15% (male 7,359,547/female 7,138,348)
15-24 years: 20.5% (male 3,815,524/female 3,587,177)
25-54 years: 32.08% (male 5,620,201/female 5,964,277)
55-64 years: 4.02% (male 765,137/female 685,577)
65 years and over: 3.25% (male 638,495/female 534,570) (2015 est.)

Age Structure of  Egypt

0-14 years: 31.89% (male 14,430,312/female 13,790,448)
15-24 years: 17.64% (male 7,985,589/female 7,620,404)
25-54 years: 38.45% (male 17,307,230/female 16,715,153)
55-64 years: 6.86% (male 2,971,475/female 3,100,747)
65 years and over: 5.16% (male 2,058,911/female 2,507,127) (2015 est.)