I am jesus. Deal with it.

by Holey_Cheeses*King_of_the juice. 5 Replies latest social current

  • Holey_Cheeses*King_of_the juice.
    Holey_Cheeses*King_of_the juice.

    Those were the prophetic (or should that be pathetic) words that were written on a whiteboard in an address by the latest cult sensation to his devoted gathered followers in Australia, as shown in a current affairs programme on TV last night. I realise a thread has already been started on this subject, but I just couldn't resist the topic heading.

    Seems he has good grounding in his latest incarnation, as he was identified as a former jw. Apparently he was given the arse for dealings with prostitutes. Wait on, didn't the original jesus associate with prostitutes? - I guess he just wasn't screwing them as his latest namesake seems to have done. This prick gives ex-jws a bad name.

    The new jesus is still learning his trade and has many observers very concerned with his activities.

    Deal with it he says. Hopefully some upset spouse of one of his followers will take him behind the woodpile and deal with him.

    Cheeses. Not to be confused with imitators.

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  • talesin

    Cheeses. Not to be confused with imitators.

    I'm glad you cleared that up. There is a pretender. Hmmm.

    I just finished watching the programme online. There's a thread here somewhere. He is quite the piece of work, and I think it is GREAT he has been exposed before the compound is built. Perhaps some lives will be saved.

    I thought his JW training showed through. It was also interesting to note that he left the JWs after an incident involving a prostitute, if I heard correctly? It's quite obvious where his (sexual) interests lie,,, I wonder if his next Mary M. will be a younger version ....

    I found it creepy the way his face would get angry, and he'd quickly erase the anger and replace it with that vacuous but oh-so-foxy 'smile of guile', while talking to the interviewer.


  • sizemik

    One way to "deal with it" would be to crucify him again . . . and see if God raises him up in three days . . . then we'll know for sure.

  • shamus100

    I agree. Crucifixion.

  • talesin

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