Thursday, 8 April 2021

Talibangelical News - Yes, They CAN Get Even More Deranged!

Steve Quale & Jim Bakker
Loopy prophets of paranoid psychoses
Jim Bakker Is Now Using His End Times Broadcast to Warn About Zombies | Right Wing Watch

Just when you were beginning to think Trumpanzee Talibangelical Christians couldn't get any further round the bend, up pops Jim Bakker and Steve Quayle to prove you wrong!

Serial adulterer, Jim Bakker, who has a personal hotline to Jesus for when he needs his sin counter zeroed, has been earning a crust recently by selling his dupes products intended to help them survive the 'End Times' that he keeps on forecasting.

He's now turned that up a notch and thrown his lot in with equally sleazy, Steve Quayle, the extreme right-wing, conspiracy theorist fruitloop who earns his living selling goods to help survive the coming zombie apocalypse he keeps on prophesying.

Quayle's conspiracy theories are becoming ever loopier and byzantine. His latest is that coronavirus tests are to collect your DNA to be used to create targeted biological weapons that will infect people and either kill them or turn them into flesh-eating zombies. Bakker asked Quayle if zombies were a disease on Earth, like any other disease. Quayle 'explained':
That’s only part of the story. Zombies also have the evil spiritual entity known as demon possession.

The best way to explain zombies’ blood lust is this: the appetite of demons expressed through humans. It should be astonishing to people that the richest people in the world — not all of them but some of them — are into occult ceremonies where they have to drink blood that’s extracted from a tortured child. Now that’s sick, but that’s the appetite of demons expressed through humans. They can induce zombieism, at least the appetite for human flesh. If this is all wild stuff, why does the military have a manual about it? Why does the CDC even have anything on their [website]? Remember, the Center for Disease Control — or Creation, I call it, that’s my opinion. The whole subject of zombies could be just boiled down at one end to a genetically modified human that is no longer human on the level that you and I or a living being is. Then that corpse, that walking—animated, there’s a better word, it’s not living — an animated corpse is possessed by a demonic entity. That demonic entity has knowledge, it has sentience, it has — how do I say this? — there’s a purpose to do nothing else but to destroy.
A search for 'zombies' on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website found an item explaining how educators could use an imaginary zombie apocalypse as a fun way of teaching about emergency preparedness. It's opening paragraph reads:
This lesson can be done individually or in pairs. Give the students 2-3 minutes to create a list of items that they think they would need in an emergency situation. If zombies, or real emergencies, are headed your way, it is important to be prepared.
Quayle apparently failed to comprehend the implication in the highlighted phrase above. Either that or he decided a little misrepresentation was in order if he was going to sell his products to the credulous simpletons he was targeting.

The question is, is it religion which has sent these lunatics over the edge, or is lunacy the cause of their political extremism and religious fundamentalism?

The alternative - that they are both excessively greedy and lacking in personal integrity, so will do and say literally anything to get stupid people to give them money - is perhaps the less kind explanation.

Take a look at Quayle's website, with its list of his paranoid articles about a zombie apocalypse, and judge for yourself - note the prominent advert for 'solar inflatable laterns' prominently displayed at the top.

Is this insanity or just another example of how:

Religions provide excuses for people who need excuse.

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