19 June, 2007

God in Tinseltown

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, movies, multiculturalism, Socrates at 4:32 pm | Permanent Link

“America certainly has improved,” says Hollywood film mogul Ira Bloomrosenfeldwitz. “I mean, a Black actor playing the role of God twice in four years – that’s what I call progress.”


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  7. 3 Responses to “God in Tinseltown”

    1. Micky Says:

      There was this King who ruled his kingdom for many years. His every desire was satisfied, but still he felt there must be more to life than just satisfying ones instincts. He wanted to experience God – know who he was.
      He asked his courtiers to find God for him, but none of them could help him. He had heard about a shepherd boy named David who seemed content with his lot. He called him to his palace and asked him, “Where is God, I want to experience, God”. David took him out to the fields and asked the King could he see God. The king said, “No, where is God”?
      David said that he is up in the air, all around him. But still the King could not understand or experience, God. David took him to a well and said that God was in the well. The King looked at David and said, “In the well, God is in the well!!” David asked the King to look in the well and the King obliged. He then said, “All I can see is water and my image”! David said to the King, “You have found God”! You and I are the image of God.
      Can you see God when you look in a mirror? The kingdom of God is within you!!
      Neither shall they say, Lo here! Or, lo there! For, behold, the kingdom of God is within you [Luke 17: 21].

      Peace Be With You

    2. Campbell Crawford Clan Says:

      Gosh guys, do you think God actually has those funny black bumps on his cheeks? You’d think being God and all He could afford Noxema.

    3. Tegucigalpa Says:

      Micky sounds like a pantheist. That’s a heresy. But God isn’t a
      black and neither were Adam and Eve. The blacks are descended
      from Ham and Canaan, Ham’s son, who were cursed by Noah for
      being sexually malevolent, and acting like retards, and they bear the mark of Cain. That’s why they’re black.