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Pandemics always bring out the world’s superdemento tyrants and their moron followers…

… cuz these guys never cooperate with the forces of reason under any circumstances cuz they are the unacknowledged rulers of the universe. So the Israeli police can visit and plead all they like, but crowding people into rooms to sway over religious texts obviously takes precedence over the godless demands of some so-called state.


And Korea can plead and plead with the messiah of all messiahs but he will instruct his pathetic followers to lie and lie until coronavirus spreads through that country.

They meet often in small halls, where they are huddled close together. Members aren’t allowed to wear any accessories on their faces – like glasses or protective masks – because they are considered insults to God, several former members of the movement told South Korean media.

Moreover, participating in weekly meetings is mandatory – rain or shine, and even in case of illness. Members of the movement must clock in when they arrive and when they leave a “working session”, which allows executives of the group to monitor devotees’ diligence. A cold or early signs of flu would not be considered sufficient to exonerate a member from doing his or her duty to preach the Good Word.

Here’s why it’s crucial for all non-suicidal states to take seriously the difference between sociopathic cults and legitimate religions:

A petition signed by more than a million people has been presented to the South Korean government requesting the dissolution of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, which counts more than 200,000 members.

Why should we need to petition our governments to outlaw homicidally debauched sects? Shouldn’t our governments already be using our laws to identify, surveil, and if need be dissolve the criminally insane operating in secret in the name of religion? Religion is not (quoting once again Katha Pollit) “what people make of it.” Not when they make of it twisted killing machines.

You have every right to nominate yourself one of the Three Christs of Ypsilanti. And if you can find enough faithful to populate a sanctuary, go for it. You get shut down when you start killing people.

Margaret Soltan, March 16, 2020 10:43AM
Posted in: forms of religious experience

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3 Responses to “Pandemics always bring out the world’s superdemento tyrants and their moron followers…”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    On the other hand, American elites crowding into their favorite breakfast places at the beach is just peachy.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    tp: Do we need to review the difference between following rules and breaking rules?

  3. theprofessor Says:

    Not a good look, UD.

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