Sunday, October 16, 2005

Everything Big Is Evil

God gave us this earth, just as He gave us our bodies, our souls... His son. But the dirty hippies and their cohorts, the liberal media, have created an environmental cult to deprive us of what is rightfully ours. I love nothing better than to take my giant SUV off the beaten path, through the forest, up mountains, crushing the earth beneath my tires, crushing insects, squirrels, possums, and casts; and if a dear gets in my way I roll over it too, my tires sucking it under a car like a vacuum cleaner sucks dust.

Hurricanes -- the result of global warming, THEY tell us. Well, I tell them: no, there is no such thing; hurricanes are but just one arrow in the quiver of God's wrath. Hurricanes aren't the spawn of global warming, but heat, I assure you -- a heat more raging than the warm breeze THEY claim is responsible for so much destruction -- is involved. It's the heat of Satan corrupting our hearts and souls with sin, spreading his filth through homosexuality, pornography, and earth-worship.

But I get berated for my SUV, for my use of the things God has given us. It contributes to the destruction of the environment, I'm told. I'm the cause of global warming! But what about the things the enviro-cult worships? Trees, animals, water. I don't really care about trees and water, for they are inanimate and provide for us; but what about animals? What do they provide? Meat? The enviro-cult even complains about that. We should eat nothing but sprouts and carrots, they say. And regardless of whether or not we listen to the enviro-cult, very few of the animals even provide that.

Animals take and take, eating our grass, polluting our rivers with their excrement. If something needs to be done about us, about our use of the Earth that God has given us, something needs to be done about them. We should, I think, take the biggest and therefore most useless and destructive of the animals and put them to use or kill them. Elephants are gigantic and slothful, so they should be killed for their ivory. Giraffes? I'm not sure they're good for anything at all, so good riddance. And horses? Maybe a hundred years ago, before cars, they were a necessity, but now they are good only for glue. And they're hideous. They look not unlike big pieces of poop and smell worse. I would gladly drive them to extinction. But of all the creatures doing the most harm to us and our Earth, monkeys are probably the most dangerous. It is through them that "scientists" -- atheists -- corrupt our understanding of where we came from and our appreciation of the Bible as literal truth. I know it sounds harsh, but apparently the Earth faces a crisis. It's resources are being abused and used, such that future generations have nothing left. This being the case, I think I'll go kill me a gorilla.

17 Comments:

Blogger Chris said...

I don't know if you should kill a gorilla. They are an endangered speices afterall and it is against international law to kill an endangered animal. If you did that then you'd be guilty of a crime and if that were true, well then I'd be worried that some nut case would try to cut off your arms and legs and then sew them back on wrong. And although we disagree on most things, I certainly wouldn't wish that on you.

As for me, I love all of God's creations, and since I've done a great deal of research on this particular topic and I have a degree in Biology dealing with ecosystems and ecology, I could try to explain to you that species often depend on one another for survival. That means if men were to cause the extinction of one species that as you may see it "doesn't have much use" it would cause a ripple effect thoughout it's habitat affecting all the species in that area. I'd sure hate for that to affect one of the species you see as "useful".

But hey, what do I know? I've only got a University Degree on the subject and you've got an internet site and an SUV.

I guess my point in all this (so there is no confusion this time) is that I think all of God's creations are beautiful and if God made them, there must be a reason for it, therefore I think we should do all we can to help preserve the environment and all the creatures in it. It's just giving our creator the respect He deserves for His work. After all, in the book of Genesis, after God created all the earth and the heavens and all the creatures and plants here, He didn't sit back and say, "wow, what a pile of useless crap I just made!" He said that it was good, and if it's good enough for Him, it's good enough for me.

Cheers

11:42 PM  
Blogger Gregory said...

Gorillas, with all of their fecal experimentation, are edging ever close to homosexual depravity. Flinging their feces around like so many pebbles from a slingshot, with their red buttocks exposed in a suggestive and shameful manner. It is a disgrace against God.

3:35 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

I'm sorry. I don't really understand what your point is. Could you please explain?

10:19 PM  
Blogger Gregory said...

Chris, I was simply rebutting your point about not killing gorillas. Due to their latent homosexual tendancies, gorillas are evil and are rightly endangered. You claim to love all of God's creations. I guess that means you love abortionists and gays as well? I refuse to associate myself with those groups, and I do not love them. Nor do I love naked, rouge-buttocked monkeys hanging from trees (which you probably believe we descended from).

8:43 AM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

doubting thomas, brother in christ, i very much appreciate your defense, and even more appreciative of your bringing gorillas' homosexual tendencies to my attention. i wasn't even thinking of that when i condemned them to death. however, if there is one thing that chris and his friend ciaran have taught me, it's that jesus taught us about love and foregiveness. now while i will never agree with them that this precludes torturing people and killing animals, I do think it is wrong to hate the people we torture and the animals we kill. we should approach their punishment with a great deal of sorrow, as I am sure Jesus will do as we suffer through the tribulation period and the four horsemen. i will admit that i too am often guilty of hatred for the filth that robs our children of their innocence (apparently they can't go to zoos without being confronted by the homosexuality of gorillas) -- and this, I think is okay, because we are all imperfect and guilty of sin -- but if we pray hard enough, i think it is possible to forgive and love these people/animals again. Don't, of course, then go, as chris would suggest, relieve them of their guilt by letting them continue with their crimes, for of course they must be punished, just don't lose your humanity by being corrupted by hatred.

on another note, chris has also made me think about how it may not be possible to kill off the bigger animals because of food chain issues. i think i have a solution to this, which will be the subject of my next post.

11:45 AM  
Blogger Sorcha said...

you know, God didn't just give us dominion over the earth and the animals so we could do whatever we felt like on any given day/week/year/century/millenia.

God calls us to be good stewards for the gifts he has given us and the world he made for us.

just food for thought...

10:34 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

well sorcha, first, by killing useless animals or making use of animals that would otherwise be useless, we are being good stewards. second, i would like to know what specific bible passage led to your conclusion.

6:54 AM  
Blogger Sirius said...

Alright, this just ticks me off. This is it.

You sir are the absolute of ignorant.

You claim that animals drink our water and palute our environment: get this, Mother Earth has survived for Thousands and decades before we actually started messing it up.

Animals are part of the natural system. The feces and waste animals excrete are used as fertilizers for other animals. What does our exhaust do for our environment? What does tons of non-decomposable trash do?

You don't care about trees?
Without plants there wouldn't be oxygen for us to live.

You don't care about water?
How are you going to drink? How are you going to enjoy your lobster dinner with your friend? How are you going to enjoy putting ice in your--wait! You can't drink anything for all drinkable liquids have a form of water!

You're upset because the animals are just living? Well where do you think sewege goes? You think it goes to Satan in Hell?

No, It goes right back into our waters, after being treated yes, but you won't find deer urine in your Dasani or Pepsi.

Face it: Every aspect of Nature works together and humans have perversed it. So should we get rid of science? No.

What should we do? SOMETHING! Our government should be concerned with Nature, as long as it IS a priority I'm happy. I don't think it's the only priority in the world.

Truth be told our environment is actually doing well, thanks to the many wonderful people helping out.

We should at least be thankful for the blessing of the Mother.

5:21 PM  
Blogger Nate said...

"Earth-Worshippers"?!
Are you kidding me?!
Who are YOU to talk about MY religion that way?.. we respect and love the earth, for it is the very thing that gives us life, when we die we are returned to the Earth, sheesh, maybe you should look into paganism before demeaning it, Diety (call it waht you like) created this earth and it is not our place to destroy it nor the beings placed upon it, maybe in your next life, if there is one, you will BE a deer..

5:22 PM  
Blogger Sirius said...

agreed nate.

Look into something before bashing it.

Your matter will decompose into the dirt and become another part of nature, if we don't nuke the hell out of it first.

Thank Mother Earth you aren't in any Political Position.

5:26 PM  
Blogger Nathaniel said...

nate and karizma,
you two worship a false idol. it is because of you that we are having hurricanes and earthquakes. you have been corrupted by the devil; that is why you cling to your theories about Mother Earth rather than submit to Christ and trust that he will provide for us.

5:58 PM  
Blogger Sirius said...

Question:

God would kill Christians because of Pagans?

Doesn't that seem somewhat harsh?

And I actually believe in your god and in your Satan.

I believe that all deities exist because people have created them with faith. I worship no God, but I praise the Earth for everything it gives me.

Let us focus on the topic at hand than just saying that I'm under Satan's influence, alright?


Point being: Nature isn't here for you to enjoy killing, and why should we KILL animals, no matter how "useless" they may be, if they were RIGHTFULLY put here?

Doesn't God have a plan for the animals as well?

6:26 PM  
Blogger Nate said...

So, it's MY fault that we're having hurricanes?...

Did you happen to know that the hurricane was heading for me?... however it veered of course hitting new orleans.

Rather than ignorantly believing that god and satan are playing natural disaster ping-pong.
Maybe it's your turn to get some balls, stand up and accept that the real reason for the hurricanes is your reckless defilement of our planet, whence, according to you GOD HIMSELF MADE!

8:39 PM  
Blogger Sirius said...

(karizma)

Again, he's an SUV driving 12-year-old with children.

Of course!

7:27 PM  
Blogger Sirius said...

Question!

Would you really enjoy destroying God's creation?

Now don't forget he created the earth in Seven Days. Why seven days? Why not just poof the earth into being right then and there?

Maybe God hated it so much (even though he said it was good) that he couldn't stand making it in one poof.
Or maybe--excuse me-- Jehova actually HAD to take time to create something so wonderful.

And yet you abuse it as sin drives you.
You shouldn't wipe out ANY species of flora or fauna. Earth has a soul, and it deserves our love just as much-If not more- than Jehova.

8:00 PM  
Anonymous Matt said...

The reason we protest for the environment is not because we worship it, but because we love and cherish the gift God has given us. God gave us free will to do whatever we want to do to the earth and God doesn't need to punish humanity because we're doing a pretty good job at that ourselves. Look at all the wars and murders going on

7:01 PM  
Anonymous Matt said...

I would say something, but I don't know what to say about global warming when someone denies the existence of space. Just watch an inconvenient Truth

11:54 PM  

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