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My dear true Christian friends,

While the once bastion of goodness that was the British Empire has long been seen a lost cause by most of you, it is truly heartbreaking to read and watch the Fox News reports about the current happenings. Overrun by the Mooslims and other satanists, the "Albion" has now welcomed the Pope. Not only that, but instead of plotting or at least turning the blind eye to any attempts to either shorten this visit or make it the last of its kind on the British soil, they are arresting some individuals who are allegedly threatening the chief heathen of the whore of Babylon.

I do miss the time when the "Pope" would've been either shot on arrival, or would've been lynched for his heresy. But nowadays' English don't have the guts to do the right thing. They are all a bunch of lard-slurping snOBs, save for who exactly they are snubbing remains an international mystery! If you ever visit their forsaken land, you can see for yourselves that the majority of them are cold-blooded queers with nasty complexions and terrible teeth packed away in their shabby, antiquated, and bankrupt little back alley of a country which is slowly winding down like the ill-crafted clockwork playthings of which their undersized children are so fond.

Ha! These people once brutishly conquered half the world, yet they still can't seem to figure out central heating! They are just lucky WE were around for both world wars! Yet, they keep on rejecting Jesus and are inviting disgraceful satanists to come to their lands in droves.

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Thanks for the accolade ..... Invicta & I are fighting a lonely battle - BUT:

2Ch 20:15 And he said, Hearken ye, all Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem, and thou king Jehoshaphat, Thus saith the LORD unto you, Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of this great multitude; for the battle [is] not yours, but God's.

Psa 24:8 Who [is] this King of glory? The LORD strong and mighty, the LORD mighty in battle.

The point is, of course, that there never was a Christian country. As baptists you should know that. A country may pay lip-service to Christianity but the heart is not there. Is it less 'Christian' to welcome the Pope, or to elect OBama or Bush? To get rich by plundering the RC Spanish colonies for the gold they have plundered from the natives, or to get rich by enslaving the Africans? Our nations were build on slavery.

America was never the 'Land of the Free.' Only for WASPs. No for the native Americans, nor for the African Americans.

Now the Jewish lOBby is dominating the American administration & supporting the mass imprisonment of the Palestinians, by the pretence of peace talks while building an apartheid Jewish state & crusades against Muslim states & people.

Gen 34:30 And JacOB said to Simeon and Levi, Ye have troubled me to make me to stink among the inhabitants of the land, among the Canaanites and the Perizzites: and I [being] few in number, they shall gather themselves together against me, and slay me; and I shall be destroyed, I and my house.

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First: both nations were not built on slavery. Both nations sanctioned slavery for far too long, but slavery was NOT what built either place. If that were so, then many places that are third world and continue to practice slavery would be vying for a place in the ranks of nations and they are not. Slavery (especially the kind that was practiced here and over the pond) debilitates, it does not build.

Second: I don't think it's necessary to attack and counter-attack the people of a country...Yes, the pope came to visit England. And yes, he is not someone a Christian would welcome around. But that doesn't mean it's okay to make horrid comments (and virtually untrue) about them.

No, America wasn't founded as a Christian nation, but she was founded on principles of religious liberty, unlike England. That religious liberty has caused prOBlems in our country (mostly because people don't understand the first amendment - which stops CONGRESS from making laws about or establishing religion...but it doesn't stop the people of the individual states...), but it has also allowed Christianity to flourish (it is the Christians themselves who have not flourished because of apathy).

And, third: Whoa there about the Jewish lOBby controlling the administration. So far from the truth, it's almost not worth the trouble to comment - but I will. BO favors muslims, and anyone who listens to what he says can see that. Israel has just as much right to exist as do the 57 muslim states. The Palestinians aren't wanted in any of the muslim states: because they tend to destroy countries. Check the history of Jordan, and you'll see that the king threw them out! Israel has every right to build their country - with or without help from the US or anyone else. And they have every right to protect themselves - whether the news media gives an accurate portrayal of their activities or not.

America never the land of the free? I beg to differ. There are prOBlems, as I've said. But if she weren't the freest nation on earth, why would so many people risk life and limb to get here? Yes, there was slavery, but it's been over for many a year - and blacks are as free as whites (freer, even, with affirmative action...). Indians? Yep, they were mistreated by the US government, and that's a sad thing. But actually, anyone who lives on a reservation is free from any kind of federal intervention. Reservation land is tribal land and federal laws do not apply there. And believe me, Indians are getting theirs back - just check out how many reservations have casinos...and all those whiteys spending their money there! (BTW - I can use Indian because I have Indian blood in me...and I was born in America, so I'm native American. :icon_mrgreen: )

America has turned from God, corporately, and she is reaping from that. As is England. Unfortunately, there are people all over the world who believe the pope is a great man. And they worship him. I don't think anyone should advocate his being shot, though - that's definitely not something Christ would condone. Name one religious pharisee in the Bible that Christ said should be shot. And since Christ upheld the laws of the Romans, I doubt seriously he would condone the English government turning a blind eye to threats of death or injury.

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My dear true Christian friends,

While the once bastion of goodness that was the British Empire has long been seen a lost cause by most of you, it is truly heartbreaking to read and watch the Fox News reports about the current happenings. Overrun by the Mooslims and other satanists, the "Albion" has now welcomed the Pope. Not only that, but instead of plotting or at least turning the blind eye to any attempts to either shorten this visit or make it the last of its kind on the British soil, they are arresting some individuals who are allegedly threatening the chief heathen of the whore of Babylon.

I do miss the time when the "Pope" would've been either shot on arrival, or would've been lynched for his heresy. But nowadays' English don't have the guts to do the right thing. They are all a bunch of lard-slurping snOBs, save for who exactly they are snubbing remains an international mystery! If you ever visit their forsaken land, you can see for yourselves that the majority of them are cold-blooded queers with nasty complexions and terrible teeth packed away in their shabby, antiquated, and bankrupt little back alley of a country which is slowly winding down like the ill-crafted clockwork playthings of which their undersized children are so fond.

Ha! These people once brutishly conquered half the world, yet they still can't seem to figure out central heating! They are just lucky WE were around for both world wars! Yet, they keep on rejecting Jesus and are inviting disgraceful satanists to come to their lands in droves.


Oh dear, there are so many errors in this and so many offensive things that I could never address them all.

First of all, they are called Muslims.

Second of all, regardless of how you feel about the Pope and Catholicism, it is wrong, illegal and unchristian to wish harm on anyone.

Finally, there is no reason to use such ugly and derogatory language when referring to people or another country. It's offensive.

There are many more things that I could and prOBably should address, but that's all for now...
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Oh dear, there are so many errors in this and so many offensive things that I could never address them all.

First of all, they are called Muslims.

Second of all, regardless of how you feel about the Pope and Catholicism, it is wrong, illegal and unchristian to wish harm on anyone.

Finally, there is no reason to use such ugly and derogatory language when referring to people or another country. It's offensive.

There are many more things that I could and prOBably should address, but that's all for now...


CPR, You have to know that engaging a troll like TC is precisely what it wants and pleases it very much. It will go away when it is ignored and has nothing further to feed itself on.
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I still do not understand what he means about "lard-slurping snOBs." I don't slurp. and certainly not lard. Unless he means lard in French which is bacon in English. I do use lardons, little bits of bacon in beef and chicken stews.

However looking at TC's picture, he seems somewhat OBese, so perhaps it is him that is lard-slurping.

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I still do not understand what he means about "lard-slurping snOBs." I don't slurp. and certainly not lard. Unless he means lard in French which is bacon in English. I do use lardons, little bits of bacon in beef and chicken stews.

However looking at TC's picture, he seems somewhat OBese, so perhaps it is him that is lard-slurping.


It's meant as an insult but that's all I can tell you as I've never heard that particular expression before.
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Second of all, regardless of how you feel about the Pope and Catholicism, it is wrong, illegal and unchristian to wish harm on anyone.

It most certainly is not!

Finally, there is no reason to use such ugly and derogatory language when referring to people or another country. It's offensive.

Jesus was often offensive to satanists. For example, in John 8:44 He called some heathen Heebs children of the devil. OBviously, there is nothing wrong with that. We have to reason to concern ourselves with what this or that heathen might find offensive. We must speak the truth, preach the Bible (KJV 1611 ONLY), and stand steadfast for what is right. Episcopalians, and the Anglicans, used to know how to do just that back when their congregations were Christian.
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I still do not understand what he means about "lard-slurping snOBs."

It means just what it means. The English (in general) has lost sense of anything that's good or decent, have forsaken any need for accomplishment, and has become mentally fat and lazy, in addition to being unGodly.


Regarding your uncalled for comment about my appearance, you have no way of knowing what shape my body is in. You need to repent of your wicked imaginations.
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It most certainly is not!


Jesus was often offensive to satanists. For example, in John 8:44 He called some heathen Heebs children of the devil. OBviously, there is nothing wrong with that. We have to reason to concern ourselves with what this or that heathen might find offensive. We must speak the truth, preach the Bible (KJV 1611 ONLY), and stand steadfast for what is right. Episcopalians, and the Anglicans, used to know how to do just that back when their congregations were Christian.


It is one thing to point out that someone needs Jesus (which some might find offensive) but quite another to call someone offensive names and make derogatory comments based on someone's outward appearance. Surely you can see the difference.

With that being said I really need to heed trc's advice and stop feeding this troll...
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First: both nations were not built on slavery. Both nations sanctioned slavery for far too long, but slavery was NOT what built either place. If that were so, then many places that are third world and continue to practice slavery would be vying for a place in the ranks of nations and they are not. Slavery (especially the kind that was practiced here and over the pond) debilitates, it does not build.

Second: I don't think it's necessary to attack and counter-attack the people of a country...Yes, the pope came to visit England. And yes, he is not someone a Christian would welcome around. But that doesn't mean it's okay to make horrid comments (and virtually untrue) about them.

No, America wasn't founded as a Christian nation, but she was founded on principles of religious liberty, unlike England. That religious liberty has caused prOBlems in our country (mostly because people don't understand the first amendment - which stops CONGRESS from making laws about or establishing religion...but it doesn't stop the people of the individual states...), but it has also allowed Christianity to flourish (it is the Christians themselves who have not flourished because of apathy).

And, third: Whoa there about the Jewish lOBby controlling the administration. So far from the truth, it's almost not worth the trouble to comment - but I will. BO favors muslims, and anyone who listens to what he says can see that. Israel has just as much right to exist as do the 57 muslim states. The Palestinians aren't wanted in any of the muslim states: because they tend to destroy countries. Check the history of Jordan, and you'll see that the king threw them out! Israel has every right to build their country - with or without help from the US or anyone else. And they have every right to protect themselves - whether the news media gives an accurate portrayal of their activities or not.

America never the land of the free? I beg to differ. There are prOBlems, as I've said. But if she weren't the freest nation on earth, why would so many people risk life and limb to get here? Yes, there was slavery, but it's been over for many a year - and blacks are as free as whites (freer, even, with affirmative action...). Indians? Yep, they were mistreated by the US government, and that's a sad thing. But actually, anyone who lives on a reservation is free from any kind of federal intervention. Reservation land is tribal land and federal laws do not apply there. And believe me, Indians are getting theirs back - just check out how many reservations have casinos...and all those whiteys spending their money there! (BTW - I can use Indian because I have Indian blood in me...and I was born in America, so I'm native American. :icon_mrgreen: )

America has turned from God, corporately, and she is reaping from that. As is England. Unfortunately, there are people all over the world who believe the pope is a great man. And they worship him. I don't think anyone should advocate his being shot, though - that's definitely not something Christ would condone. Name one religious pharisee in the Bible that Christ said should be shot. And since Christ upheld the laws of the Romans, I doubt seriously he would condone the English government turning a blind eye to threats of death or injury.



Happy Christian, I could not have said it better myself. Good post.

For the others,
tsk,tsk, we seem to jump on those who use sarcasm and demean others here when it pertains to us or our friends, but when TC says it, it seems that it is ok to "fight fire with fire" Perhaps we pick and choose who we will demean and who we will defend.

I do not, by the way, agree with TC on many of his extremist views either, but there is a gentler way to approach it than personal attacks, (of which I too have been accused of with some!) Edited by irishman
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And I eat a salad most days, although I do, ocasionally have lardons on it. They are small pieces of bacon.

For good or for bad, you are not a typical Brit. I've been on that side of the pond when I went there to preach to the Mooslims. I do know how it is. It is true that here in God's country (US of A) we have long been backsliding. But whatever our faults might be, we are not half as bad as any other country in world.

Here is a relevant video on the subject. Quite a shame there aren't many preachers like this in the UK.

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But whatever our faults might be, we are not half as bad as any other country in world.




According to Scripture it really doesn't matter how a nation compares to any other, but rather if that nation is following God or not. Unfortunately, America isn't following God. America, like every other nation, needs to repent and follow Christ.
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Well, I don't want to get into a slanging match with you TC. I respect my American brothers. However USA was always a lawless nation, but you seem to have exported lawlessness to here. We read that the USA has a large proportion of OBese people, and you have exported that over here with McDonalds, BK and Wendy, although I have not seen any of the latter recently in the UK, but I have seen some in France.

WE do reject some US food such as beef which is fed with antibiotics, and GM vegetables and cereals, which no-one over here wants, but it seems that US citizens will eat anything.

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