Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Kansas City Blogger Against ISIS

This town's top faith blogger offers an update on the antics of a terror group and how they are targeting other religions during this global healthcare crisis. Checkit:

ISIS terrorists take advantage of the pandemic

Further proof of how twisted the world looks through the eyes of misshapen, diseased religion is found in the fact that this terrible COVID-19 pandemic has turned out to be good news for ISIS, the Islamic State terrorism group. As...

1 comment:

Hu Fludu said...


Leave it to Tammeus to find some link between the coronavirus and ISIS! Has he completely lost his marbles? (spoiler alert: YES!)
And please check out his new photo with designer facemask (is that paisley?) that conjures visions of a bespectacled Dr. Howdy Doody.

Referencing sources like Politico and CNN, Tammeus manages to link COVID-19, ISIS, WWII, Jews, the Holocaust, the Civil War, and 9/11. Did somebody say "conspiracy theorist"? Perhaps this is what happens when an already borderline fringe religious theorist is denied his stockpile of toilet paper and disinfectant wipes.

And of course, it wouldn't be a typical Tammeus posting without attacking "religiously conservative voters, particularly white evangelical Protestants." Amen and Hallelujah, fellow Progressives! Now let's go celebrate by performing some abortions on women of color! First one to 10, wins a trip to the psychiatry ward for a visit with Joe Biden, as he explains that Black parents need record players in the home. And ladies, if you're looking good, he might even try to grope you! Obama even came out hiding the other day to claim that Biden was a great VP, so what more do you need?

That Tammeus is suffering from P.S. (post-menopausal syndrome) in this blog posting should come as no surprise. In his 2nd P.S. episode, please note he's once again name-dropping, and quoting "his friend" the atheist, who poses the following: "If there is a God, why does he not tell corona to buzz off?"
Unable to conjure a response to this question, Tammeus tosses it to his readers.

First of all, the question as presented has multiple flaws, but taking those in stride, one obvious reply would be that God recognizes no purpose in conversing with a virus that cannot communicate in that manner. Which reminds me of the fallacy in believing that a self-appointed "faith writer" immersed in the sins of Liberal Democrat dogma, antithetical to core Biblical tenets, could possibly understand that the new "invisible enemy" aka "coronavirus" is the power structure's new ISIS boogeyman.