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Re: <nettime> Societies worse off 'when they have God on their side'
John Young on Sun, 2 Oct 2005 13:45:43 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Societies worse off 'when they have God on their side'

Nonsense, pure and simple. Gregory Paul is a sexual predator of children, his
favorites being the young of god-fearing ministers. 

Old Greg is the world's record holder of time wearing an electronic monitor,
capable of strapping the devices onto his bedazzled young victims to keep the
police believing he's at home when prowling the houses of the lord posing as a
vice officer with questions about the initmate details of keepers of the lord's
one and only believable Word.

He's a fake cop, too, who trafficks in tours to the Far East for kiddie sex,
cutting deals with perps for lists of contacts and photo albums. Worked out of
NOLA for years, then went to Barbados, got a medical degree which he leveraged
into a psychiatry license to finger and lick.

Ah, well, believers know these monsters appear regularly with futile efforts to
tarnish good hearts, to rupture trusting families with fear and doubt, to propound
secularism as blind faith, to urge solitary, sterile masturbation, imaging a
conquest of god -- atheistic Sartreanisme begat by Nietazchean Judeo-German
narcissism -- attempting an end run around vigorous, unconstrained reproduction,
within the mansion of holy marriage. Vatican City penis envy.

God damn these heathens and their speakspeople, unctiously purveying news reports
of the necessary death of god. Cut their throats when you get the chance, defile
their children, well, teach their children the virtues of ratting their father to
the authorities, tell the police, the female officers, what daddy did, watch eyes
widen and moisten with desire to revenge the ages of male gods promising,
promising light soon to come to the home hearth jail cells.

Psalm 27.

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