Wednesday, November 15, 2006

The Dalai Lama Should Be Tortured

The Washington Post today has a very dangerous opinion section on religion. Writers include: the Dalai Lama and the ex-president of Iran, Mohammad Khatami. Such writers have voices that do not deserve to be heard and should be kept from the delicate ears of this glorious Christian nation. Now, one might wonder why the title of this post selects the heathen Dalai Lama to attack as opposed to the murderous ex-president of Iran. I mean, as a Muslim, there is certainly a special place in hell for the infidel Khatami, as he and his kind are responsible for 9/11 and spreading their religion of hate since invading Christian Spain in the 8th century. But that's the thing -- most Americans know not to trust the words of a Muslim, so anything he says in the pages of the Washington Post are sure to be ignored. The Dalai Lama, on the other hand, is revered by every dirty hippie, by every morally confused 20 or 30 something in America and his words carry great weight. And what is his message? Peace and happiness in the face of conflict. "Dialogue" and education and knowledge rather than righteous destruction of sin and filth. This is the message of the Devil, who happily tricks us into peaceful coexistence with his spawn as his evil spreads and spreads like cancer. Listening to the Dalai Lama is tantamount to a breast cancer-ridden woman undergoing aroma therapy and acupuncture rather than having her breast lopped off. It's disgusting, and if we continue down this stupid path we will see the cancer spread.

16 Comments:

Anonymous Ewap said...

You agree that those stricken with cancer should try to treat it? I was under the impression that you believed such diseases are the will of God and should be left alone.

3:18 PM  
Blogger Ryven said...

I believe that was Parnell who said such things.

Nevertheless, if the Christian Nation's ears are so "delicate", perhaps they shouldn't be in world politics until they toughen up. It's a big world. There are many opinions. It's something that every world and religious leader has to deal with and learn to tolerate. Christian leaders will learn to cope as well.

4:09 PM  
Anonymous Three Headed Grinch said...

We're not a Christian Nation. We have freedom of religion specifically stated in the First Amendment. This allows you to say whatever the hell you want on the internet as well as practice your own religion. Other people are also, by law of the constitution, permitted to practice any religion that they want. And with freedom of speech they are permitted to talk about it as well.

Thankfully freedom of speech also allows people like me to troll you and constantly point out the fact that your illogical and obsessive.

I don't think that amputating someone's breast is going to solve the breast cancer issue. It would simply grow on the surface of the part you didn't cut off. However if it is possible your certainly welcome to try and convince everybody to go through with it. You'll find that very few will want a breast simply cut off, which also promotes infection from germs. Although I have to agree that current cancer treatment needs a MAJOR revolution in pricing and tactics.

8:49 PM  
Blogger Wrin said...

Grinch, it's YOU'RE. You know, "you" and "are" stuck together. Also, Nath/Parn is getting a little riled up lately. I think we need to put him on the brat diet so he'll stop vomitting his petty spite all over us.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Dr. JD Parnell said...

Wrin loves to obsess over typos and spelling mistakes for some reason. I suspect that the reason that he is obsessed over them is because he is deceived by the Devil's trickery into ignoring the greatness of the words that are preached herein, whereas, instead, he is blinded by mere trifles - mispellings, typos and the like.

4:39 PM  
Blogger Dr. JD Parnell said...

Ragarding my previous rebuke of the devilish tactic of trying use mere typos and other such trifles as a means of undermining the great truths that are written herein:

I do, indeed, believe that it is pointless and counterproductive to obsess over such simple spelling mistakes. However, on the other hand, correct spelling of the ENGLISH language is an important component of a good Christian education for all our children. Indeed, I believe that is is so important, that children who are too lazy or slow to spell the English language correctly at school should be punished at school by having their palms and/or wrists thrashed with a cane until they learn to spell the words correctly. The same thing goes for children who are inclined to write left handed. This is consistent with my previous writings on the correct way of providing a good Christian education for our children.

Having said that, I certainly believe that great learned individuals such as Nathanial and myself, who work so dilegently and tirelessly to bring forth these messages to the world, should not be subjected the devilish tactic of exposing mere trifling typos and mispellings as a means of channeling attention away from the good and righteous content of our messages.

6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you mean to say that you work diligently, of course

7:27 PM  
Blogger Wrin said...

You spelled your alternate personality's name wrong.

9:26 PM  
Blogger Ryven said...

"However, on the other hand, correct spelling of the ENGLISH language is an important component of a good Christian education for all our children. Indeed, I believe that is is so important, that children who are too lazy or slow to spell the English language correctly at school should be punished at school by having their palms and/or wrists thrashed with a cane until they learn to spell the words correctly."

Ragarding
dilegently
Nathanial


Practice what you preach, kiddo. Should I get my cane ready?

9:33 PM  
Blogger Led Head said...

Good one, Ryven!

Personally, I think they should be hauled off to the whipping room to sit in the punishment chair. But that's just my humble opinion.

11:45 PM  
Blogger Marionette said...

What's wrong with being left-handed?

9:49 AM  
Blogger Led Head said...

Nothing.

My husband happens to be left-handed, and thanks to the nuns at the Catholic school he attended who tried to force him to write right handed, he's developed learning disabilities while he was in school!

11:15 PM  
Blogger Marionette said...

I'm left-handed, my son is, my grandfather is, my cousins are, my uncle is, several people in my church are. There's no proof to back up these claims that there's something wrong with it.

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

accupunture works amazingly well, and you'd be surprised what it can treat.

7:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i completely agree with what the grinch said. we dont live in a "christian nation", we live in a free nation. a nation that allows us to do, say, worship, and be whatever we want. i think that mr nathaniel should move to a country where his beliefs on the overall population actually coincide with the beliefs of said nation. and as for wren, ONE $@*&ing typo and you freak out, get a life. Did you know, a siecniftic sudty porevd taht it dseont mtaetr waht oerdr the ltertes in a wrod are, jsut so lnog as the frsit and lsat ltertes are in the crocert pcale, the mnid can siltl raed toshe msilpelnigs. take that typo freak.

12:33 AM  
Anonymous AC said...

"My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness." - The Dalai Lama.

Firstly, I do not understand how a religion of kindness can be construed as satanic. It is the good who, among the evil in the world, treat others with kindness and compassion.This is simply focusing on the positive - rather than giving so much energy to the negative. The negatives can be changed with a positive attitude. To attack another religion is counterproductive. I take this attack personally, as do many others, whether they be Buddhist or not. I was completely shocked to see this blog of yours. Most Christians I know are kind and loving. Your thoughts are simply cruel. It is people like you who degrade humanity. Secondly, I would like to point out that the Dalai Lama is followed by a wide array of people in America and across the world. To assume that they are all "dirty hippies" is a grossly wrong assumption. Many practicing Buddhists that I know are doctors, lawyers, and teachers. They are respectable citizens. I must also point out that one does not have to Christian in order to be morally upright. I know many moral and kind people who are not Christian. I find your post to be disrespectful, vicious, unchristian, and simply repulsive. I am astounded by your hatred.

10:22 PM  

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