Anti-Christian hate

The obese paranoid shut in welfare dependent loser loves to attack others for what he considers bigotry. But, in his cocoon based universe where he is the omnipresent deity, The Pillsbury dough-boy clone displays bigotry of his own. The attention seeking mentally unstable narcissistic tweets out attacks on Christians in America.

Joining in the Christian hate is Barry Schwartz who like his fellow Kapo, Aloutte hides behind his Jewish identity to bash Christians.

Who supports the state of Israel, it surely is not Iranian Ayatollah loving progressives like yourself or your master the human version of Howard the Duck.

Charles Johnson’s hatred of Christians puts him on the same side as ISIS. If the Charleston shooter was a Jihadist, you and your unemployed SSI collecting followers would have praised Dylann Roof. Nice tolerant attitude you have there Mr. Toot, you pathetic corpulent government dependent leech.

(Hat Tip: Because olo)

94 Comments on “Anti-Christian hate”

  1. It’s called being sensible.

  2. Octopus says:

    The mask slips, and the hate-beast in bed with ISIS blurts out his bile.

    Way to show yourself, Fatass.

  3. Head over heels in love (ISTE) says:

    Charles sells confederate flag stuff.

    Over 8000 items in Home and Garden alone.


    • Minnow says:

      Wow…. what an absolute douche bag Barry is.

      Hey Barry – do you know what “talking out of both sides of your mouth” means?

      You skanky ass lying son of a bitch.

  4. Christian conservatives should not be allowed to own firearms.

    • Minnow says:

      You should not be allowed to own an opinion then fuckhead.

    • kbdabear says:

      And you should never be allowed to operate a motor vehicle or eat with sharp silverware

      • Arachne says:

        I’m pretty sure his confinement in the sex offender wing of the County Jail pretty much eliminates the possibility of either.

    • So, you agree with Bob Shrum that it would have been a tragedy if Stormdoor’s victims had been able to shoot back and save their lives.

      Dead black victims are just more useful to your party than empowered, gun-owning survivors.

    • Charles F. Sinclair, you accuse, hurl charges, whine, and whinge yet cannot put together a cogent, fact-based logical argument proving your assertions. The closest you can get is to cut and paste the screeds of true believers in the atheist Leviathan. You are not even able to understand the actual anti-Constitution mindset of the tyrants behind this very real and very distressing [for any real lover of the U.S. Constitution] agenda.
      You are so frightened by faith of any kind [except the murderous ‘religion’ of the Islamofascists], so enraged by the idea that there is a first truth that is not your own will, so unable to grasp moral truth that does not originate in the defective mind of imperfect mortals.
      You are so consumed with hatred for those who will not accept, accede to, submit to your narrative, that you have become that which you claim to reject.
      You are pathetic.
      But I will pray for you, as that is what we Christians do for blighted souls.

      • Daedalus says:

        If the shooter was a Muslim, Charles would be hailing Roof as a hero.

      • Daedalus, he’d also be bleating that it was a lone-wolf’s action of a deranged mind, not the systemic and jihadi influenced killing of rabid, religious fanatic. Because workplace violence.

      • Because olo says:

        The official explanation would be “worship place violence”. Because creating terminology is the same thing as explaining.

      • I am not frightened by faith. I am frightened by the faithful. The genius of the framers of the US Constitution was in their efforts to keep religion out of politics while also allowing the free exercise thereof. Christian conservatives – who by no means represent all Christians, and I would argue that they really aren’t Christian at all, considering their history, but I digress – have been working to blur and then eliminate the wall of separation, and that is why they are dangerous.

      • Charles F. Sinclair said:

        “I am not frightened by faith. I am frightened by the faithful. The genius of the framers of the US Constitution was in their efforts to keep religion out of politics while also allowing the free exercise thereof. Christian conservatives – who by no means represent all Christians, and I would argue that they really aren’t Christian at all, considering their history, but I digress – have been working to blur and then eliminate the wall of separation, and that is why they are dangerous.”

        But they were slave owners, right? They were the original sinners of the USA, correct?

      • Charles F. Sinclair said:

        “I am frightened by the faithful. The genius of the framers of the US Constitution … “

        Those Framers were ‘the faithful’. Chew on that for a while.

      • The framers who owned slaves were indeed among America’s original sinners.

        But they were not the forefathers of today’s Christian conservatives.

      • Charles F. Sinclair says:

        “The framers who owned slaves were indeed among America’s original sinners.
        But they were not the forefathers of today’s Christian conservatives.”

        You have absolutely no knowledge of history. First slave owners were actually blacks in the Colony of Virginia.

        Once again, you show an abysmal knowledge of today’s conservatives.

      • poteen2 says:

        As usual you have it backwards.
        The intent of the framers, their genius, was to try and keep politics out of religion.
        With so many foolish, scared little lemmings like you around that is extremely difficult.
        You fear everything and everybody that doesn’t make you feel superior or righteous
        and gutlessly cling to the Big Brother who tells you that you are.

    • Charles F. Sinclair, you confuse a theocracy with religious principals in government.

      George Washington – First President of the United States of America

      “It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor.”
      – George Washington

      “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable.”
      – George Washington

      We beseech [God] to pardon our national and other transgressions…
      – George Washington, Thanksgiving Proclamation 1789

      Oh, eternal and everlasting God, direct my thoughts, words and work. Wash away my sins in the immaculate blood of the Lamb and purge my heart by Thy Holy Spirit. Daily, frame me more and more in the likeness of Thy son, Jesus Christ, that living in Thy fear, and dying in Thy favor, I may in thy appointed time obtain the resurrection of the justified unto eternal life. Bless, O Lord, the whole race of mankind and let the world be filled with the knowledge of Thee and Thy son, Jesus Christ.
      – George Washington, Prayer

      True religion affords to government its surest support.
      – George Washington

      It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.
      – George Washington (this quote is unconfirmed)

      Samuel Adams – Signer of the Declaration of Independence

      I … [rely] upon the merits of Jesus Christ for a pardon of all my sins.
      – Samuel Adams

      We have this day [Fourth of July] restored the Sovereign to whom all men ought to be obedient. He reigns in Heaven, and from the rising to the setting of the sun, let His Kingdom come.
      – Samuel Adams

      The name of the Lord (says the Scripture) is a strong tower; thither the righteous flee and are safe (Proverbs 18:10). Let us secure His favor and He will lead us through the journey of this life and at length receive us to a better.
      – Samuel Adams

      The rights of the colonists as Christians…may be best understood by reading and carefully studying the institutes of the Great Law Giver and Head of the Christian Church, which are to be found clearly written and promulgated in the New Testament.
      – Samuel Adams

      United States Congressional Endorsement of the Bible and God

      Congress printed a Bible for America and said:

      “The United States in Congress assembled … recommend this edition of the Bible to the inhabitants of the United States … a neat edition of the Holy Scriptures for the use of schools.”
      – United States Congress 1782

      Congress passed this resolution:

      “The Congress of the United States recommends and approves the Holy Bible for use in all schools.”
      – United States Congress 1782

      By Law the United States Congress adds to US coinage:

      “In God We Trust”
      – United States Congress 1864

      John Adams –President of the United States of America, First Vice President, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, Signer of the Bill of Rights, and Signer of First Ammendment

      The Declaration of Independence laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity.
      – John Adams

      The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity. I will avow that I then believed, and now believe, that those general principles of Christianity are as eternal and immutable as the existence and attributes of God.
      – John Adams

      The highest glory of the American Revolution was this: it connected, in one indissoluble bond, the principles of civil government with the principles of Christianity.
      – John Adams

      Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
      – John Adams

      I have examined all religions, and the result is that the Bible is the best book in the world.
      – John Adams

      The Christian religion is, above all the religions that ever prevailed or existed in ancient or modern times, the religion of wisdom, virtue, equity and humanity.
      – John Adams

      [The Fourth of July] ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty.
      – John Adams

      As the safety and prosperity of nations ultimately and essentially depend on the protection and the blessing of Almighty God, and the national acknowledgment of this truth is not only an indispensable duty which the people owe to Him.
      – John Adams

      We recognize no sovereign but God, and no King but Jesus.
      – John Adams and John Hancock

      Want more?

    • Tell us again about that ‘nontroversy’ of a war on religious freedom and conscience.

      John Jay, First Chief Justice
      “Security under our constitution is given to the rights of conscience and private judgment. They are by nature subject to no control but that of Deity [the Lord], and in that free situation they are now left.”

      George Washington
      “If I could have entertained the slightest apprehension that the Constitution framed in the Convention, where I had the honor to preside, might possibly endanger the religious rights [Christian rights] of any ecclesiastical society, certainly I should never have placed my signature to it; and, if I could now conceive that the General Government might ever be so administered as to render the liberty of conscience insecure, I beg you will be persuaded that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish effectual barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny and every species of religious persecution.”

      “I have often expressed my sentiments that every man, conducting himself as a good citizen, and being accountable to God alone for his religious [Christian] opinions, ought to be protected in worshipping the Deity [the Lord] according to the dictates of his own conscience.”

      Tell us once more how Conservatives are on the wrong side of history. I have time.

  5. kbdabear says:

    But wait, didn’t Charles Toot Johnson Esq. tell us that Ginger’s filing was bogus “because there’s no seal on it” ?

    • Minnow says:

      Barry, why do you pretend to “know so much”?

      You don’t, and everyone knows this except you.

      You dolt.

    • Arachne says:

      Of course, he’s probably now a little worried since Ginger said he’d be filing suit against HIM as well in California.

      Oh, and Fatass, start saving up – it’ll cost you about $400 to answer his complaint, even if it’s frivolous or filed in the wrong county.

  6. kbdabear says:

    Toot Alert! Sirens! “Anonymous” donated $10 to get the Artisanal Cheese Fund to an even $2700

    Anyone think he might be recycling his donations back into the fund?

    • Dudebro says:

      “Anyone think he might be recycling his donations back into the fund?”
      Submitted to
      Ans: Outlook good

    • Pakimon says:

      $2700 is a nice round number.

      Chock full o’ gravitas.

      Too bad it’s taken almost two months to get there. 😆

      • Arachne says:

        Hee. Average daily total now $56.25, which is $15.00 less than I make working one hour of overtime.

      • poteen2 says:

        $8.44 an hour.
        Hey Charlie. Wal-Mart pays more than that to start.
        I’ll bet it’s $9.00 for mad coderz like you.

    • Arachne says:

      Oh, and just for grits and shins, I checked out Cesspool’s “podcast” — I don’t know if it’s old or not, but he has as a grifter site as well – give us $7500 a month and we won’t have to do ads on our podcast to make money. Has $2010 per month – 200 contributors.

      Wait a minute – is he PAYING to have a podcast?

  7. Juan Epstein says:

    He wants to turn Christians blue.q

  8. trebob says:

    Oops! Had another finger slip on twitter. Guess I’m a bad, bad boy. 8)

  9. trebob says:

    And my stupid comment is awaiting moderation. Akismet is up early today. I didn’t reply to it, so I don’t roger the thread, but can a mod help a feller out?

  10. Juan Epstein says:


  11. Juan Epstein says:

    And you can self-identify all you want, but to the rest of the world, YOU are a White European Christian.

    Go back to Europe.

  12. Charles F. Johnson since you don’t read here, have one of your sock puppets keep you up to date.

    “The problem for us arises now where believing employers, or landlords, might not wish to employ, or rent to, those who evidently transgress their religious laws. From the Civil Rights Act of 1964 women have been included in anti-discrimination legislation, and homosexuals are now commonly included also (while paradoxically several States still outlaw homosexual and other “unnatural” sexual acts [no longer; the Supreme Court has struck down all these laws]). Many believe that the purpose of such laws is actually to assault religion, both by forcing believers to associate against the principles of their traditional sexual roles and by forcing them to accept homosexuals and associate with them as morally no different from anyone else. In a sense, they are right that their religion is being assaulted, since the laws do not allow them their proper liberties of association in the “ordinary commercial transactions” that the Supreme Court now regards as government business. The idea that people have a right not to be discriminated against by private individuals in private and voluntary transactions involves a fundamental and extremely dangerous confusion about the very nature of civil rights.”

    Here’s more …

    Despite this foolishness, the religious and socially conservative side of the Republican Party, although demonized by Democrats as the “religious Right,” appeals to many Democrat voters. There was an astonishing demonstration of this in the 2008 election. The Democrats won California by a landslide at both State and National levels, yet Proposition 8, which overturned the California Supreme Court’s establishment of gay marriage, won with some ease. And its margin of victory was largely due to the black vote, which otherwise went for Barack Obama by 96%. The next day, demonstrating gay activists were actually using the “N” word against black bystanders — before activist leaders wisely directed everyone to attack Mormons instead. Something of the sort with gay marriage had happened a while back in Hawaii, which has been more or less a One Party State for the Democrats. The Hawaii Supreme Court instituted gay marriage, but then they were overturned by popular vote with a Constitutional Amendment.

    In the face of this sophistry and vicious antipathy, the Republican Party rose in resolution, power, and fury — like the French at the Maginot Line. To the “war on women,” the Republicans simply never countered with accusations of a Democrat “war on religion” or a “war on conscience.” Not even uninhibited personalities like Rush Limbaugh thought to use these characterizations. Yet conservatives are well aware of leftist assaults on religion and have written extensively about it. And even if they thought that a “war on religion” would appeal to too narrow a base, a “war on conscience” could be made into a electric issue for anyone. The Democrats had shoved Obamacare down the country’s throat, and now they wanted to make people of conscience pay for the sexual behavior of other people, to which they have moral objections. The silence on this was deafening. And absolutely inexplicable.”

    Learn something. Please.

    • Arachne says:

      Indeed. I always like to remind people about Proposition 8 when they turn their bile on conservative Christians. Republican/conservative registration in the State of California is 1 for every 3 Democrats – and in the urban areas of the Bay Area and Los Angeles, it’s almost 7 to 1. It was not conservatives or Mormons that pushed Proposition 8 over the finish line – it was the Black and Hispanic population. And while CHUCK likes to do his full tilt boogie on Christians – he essentially is showing bigotry toward the Black population, who are quite frankly far more devout than most Catholics I know. Of course, I’m sure his new buddies Willis and McKesson, being the walking colostomy bags they are, don’t believe in God anyway, do he has an out.

  13. Octopus says:

    Media Matters Idiocy in the waddling orders. 😆

    If you skim through that cesspool regularly, as I do just for laffs, you will notice they are more obsessed with Fox News than Chunky is with Ginger. They always have some stupid crap about “climate deniers.” A few items about race and guns, for seasoning — but NEVER a peep about black-on-black gun violence, which would be so insensitive and racist. Never a peep about Islamist violence, either — it’s as if it doesn’t exist, in their world.

    To understand MM is to understand Fatass.

  14. Octopus says:

    MSNBC panel comes dangerously close to calling Obama a liar. “Not fully forthcoming.” 😆

    Imagine what the media would have done with a Republican Gruber, if you can handle the shrieking and fainting. 😆

  15. Octopus says:

    The very real damage done to science by climate hysteria marketers, and their myrmidons:


    It’s hard to recall now just how much you were allowed to question the claims in those days. As Bernie Lewin reminds us in one chapter of a fascinating new book of essays called Climate Change: The Facts (hereafter The Facts), as late as 1995 when the second assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) came out with its last-minute additional claim of a “discernible human influence” on climate, Nature magazine warned scientists against overheating the debate.

    Since then, however, inch by inch, the huge green pressure groups have grown fat on a diet of constant but ever-changing alarm about the future. That these alarms—over population growth, pesticides, rain forests, acid rain, ozone holes, sperm counts, genetically modified crops—have often proved wildly exaggerated does not matter: the organisations that did the most exaggeration trousered the most money. In the case of climate, the alarm is always in the distant future, so can never be debunked.

    These huge green multinationals, with budgets in the hundreds of millions of dollars, have now systematically infiltrated science, as well as industry and media, with the result that many high-profile climate scientists and the journalists who cover them have become one-sided cheerleaders for alarm, while a hit squad of increasingly vicious bloggers polices the debate to ensure that anybody who steps out of line is punished. They insist on stamping out all mention of the heresy that climate change might not be lethally dangerous.

  16. Octopus says:

    Almost forgot, it’s finally summer. This is going to be a good one, damn it. 🙂

  17. Because olo says:

    Fainting couch drama queen posts fainting couch drama queen.

    • pineapple is ready for the next outrage says:

      I could only get through a few minutes of that shit.

      Jon Stewart with an English accent, and slightly less annoying.

    • Juan Epstein says:

      You can stop trying to insert yourself into yet another issue, Yo.

      No one’s buying it.

    • Arachne says:

      Uh, your “must-see” video is copyrighted by HBO. Maybe want to take that down, dumbass.

  18. Because sterno zen says:

    • Arachne says:

      Someone inform the dumbest man on Twitter that Reagan did NOT trust the Soviet Union. Ever.

  19. Because says:

    Hmm. The subscription is down to $60. Going once. Going twice…

  20. Because sternoghazi says:

    • Octopus says:

      Because the Administration has been caught in several baldfaced-lies in regards to this monumental fuckup/terrorist-victory? Is that reason enough for ya, Stewbum?

    • Exactly. Malfeasance and incompetence have a price.

    • Arachne says:

      Because the Administration and the criminal running the State Department have been withholding evidence that would have gotten any other President impeached and any other Secretary of State thrown in effing JAIL.

      Got it now, Dumbest man on Twitter?

    • rightymouse says:

      The lies concocted the White House & Hillary are gob-smacking. The “spontaneous reaction” to a stupid video was a lie, Gussy. Obama & Hillary effed up and Americans died. Apparently, that fact doesn’t bother you. Ass-hole.

  21. kbdabear says:

    Like a dying restaurant that no longer requires reservations to get a table …

    • Octopus says:

      “most of the time”….BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!1!

      It’s been wide-open since 2010, at the very least. After Fatass cratered the blog, he suddenly realized there was nobody there at all, aside from a few stump-enders. He started begging libturds to join up. There were very few takers. 😆

  22. kbdabear says:

    • Octopus says:

      No, it’s the oppressive Christians who are the biggest danger to the world. Crusaders.

      • Minnow says:

        The stupid left (you know, the know-it-all fatmouths) sure are quiet on this subject.

        Any comment Barry!?

      • Minnow says:

        Oh – I see. You are too concerned with the REALLY important news of the day….. harassment on the internet.

        You perfect little turd.

  23. pineapple is ready for the next outrage says:

    Viscous_Slobuschka surprisingly calls out deray for being a racist.

    “No racism to see here, nothing at all, keep moving.”

  24. pineapple is ready for the next outrage says:

    Someone ought to jump on this potential website.

  25. pineapple is ready for the next outrage says:

    thread rogered

  26. pineapple is ready for the next outrage says:

    I refuse to give up

    buyconfederatestuffhere dot com

  27. rightymouse says:

    Hey! Fatso! This is what you should be worried about, not Christians or Christianity. But you’re too far gone to understand. Once you did understand, or at least pretended you did.

    • Octopus says:

      Let’s give them a state! Oh, wait…never mind. They already have one, and it’s growing. Thanks, Obama!

  28. Octopus says:

    Could somebody stick their hand behind the fridge and see what’s going on back there? 😆