Listen in

Jeri Massi has created a Web page for publishing her interviews with abuse survivors, and commentary, here. I’ve listened to much of this material through the years, and it’s affecting stuff.

What is striking is that, though Jeri and I of course disagree on some big questions, we’re in total agreement on the evil documented in these recordings: It inheres in the teachings, and is the inevitable outcome. So listen in; I advise small doses, though.

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Who knew?

It turns out that ISIS is just a manifestation of the Homosexual Agenda.

Abu Ala’ made a fatwa permitting himself to marry and sodomize his recruits, with the exception that no man can sodomize him.

ISIS is truly the manifestation of the purest form of the homosexual agenda: sodomizing men as both torture and pleasure, and killing those who disagree with them.

The incredible testimony confirms a documentary broadcasted on August 27th on the Kurdish station STERK TV, it was said that ISIS has been raping men in a ceremony it describes as “marriage” and records them to use as blackmail and force them to join.

It’s just exactly like I keep telling y’all: These yahoos are their own best satirists. And, by the way, what are we to make of all those heterosexual rapes? I am really puzzled now.

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Banned: Elmer Gantry

Would y’all be surprised to learn that the Pious were some kind of upset when Sinclair Lewis’ Elmer Gantry was published?

Mark Schorer, a leading biographer of Lewis, describes what happened next: “The book, to the great advantage of its sales, was immediately banned in Boston….” It was also banned in Kansas City, Mo., Camden, N.J. and other cities. Public libraries would not stock it, and many booksellers announced that they would not carry it.

The popular evangelist Billy Sunday called Lewis “Satan’s cohort” and threatened to beat him up. Others favored legal action. Schorer writes that “one cleric suggested that a prison sentence of five years was clearly in order.”

A few outraged people lashed out directly at Lewis. The writer received a note inviting him to observe a lynching in Virginia – his own.

Some were able to find a little humor in the situation. Will Rogers wrote to The New York Times, “When I am playing in a town and it looks like there is not going to be much of a house, I announce through the papers that that night I will read passages from Elmer Gantry, the Baptist sheik, and the house will be packed with Methodist and Presbyterian women.”

Lewis was eventually awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, of course, proving once again — As if proof were needed!! — that the secular world is wicked-wicked-wicked-WICKED.

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Feel-the-love-love-love department

There is a guy down in Louisiana who is trying to set up some sort of humanist community, and is receiving death-threats for his trouble.

We know who you are. We know where you live. We know where you work. You’re (sic) little group of devil worshipers is not welcome here. Let the love and message of the Lord filter through you and may you escape from the eternal damnation that you have condemned you (sic) and you’re (sic) innocent children to. Repent you’re (sic) Satanistic ways or you will find that the Lord works in VERY mysterious ways. You are against God and are not welcome in this area and we WILL spread his message to the hearts and minds of your innocent children. To deny His word to your children is abuse, and if you do not learn to love Him and His word then we will have no choice but to take action to protect your children from your devil-enabling ways. Do not even try to report this to police – we are everywhere and His work will be done in His name thru (sic) us, the true believers.

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The Will to Power

Book One: History of European Nihilism
II: Nihilism

§78   Modern Mummery

The motleyness of modern men and its charm. Essentially a mask and a sign of boredom.

The journalist.

The political man (in the “national swindle”). Mummery in the arts: —

The lack of honesty in preparing and schooling oneself for them (Fromentin);

The Romanticists (their lack of philosophy and science and their excess in literature);

The novelists (Walter Scott, but also the monsters of the Nibelung, with their inordinately nervous music);

The lyricists.


Virtuosity (Jews).

The popular ideals are overcome, but not yet in the presence of the people: The saint, the wizard, the prophet.

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