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Philandering reverend babydaddy: Jesus was an Occupier, or something

You know, I’m getting a sneaky suspicion that maybe Jesse Jackson doesn’t know that much about Jesus and is more interested in political agendas than in the Lord’s agenda.  Maybe, that is.  Details:

Veteran activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson compared the global anti-capitalist movement to the U.S. civil rights struggle, the battle against apartheid in South Africa and the fight for Indian independence during a visit to an Occupy camp in London on Thursday.

“Jesus was an Occupier, born under a death warrant, a Jew by religion, born in poverty under Roman occupation,” the two-time candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination told a crowd near Saint Paul’s Cathedral. “Gandhi was an Occupier, Martin Luther King was an Occupier, (Nelson) Mandela was an Occupier.”

Look, Jess, Jesus never stayed where he wasn’t welcome.  He still doesn’t.  The Occupy trash, on the other hand, is defined by their insistence on staying where they aren’t welcome.

Additionally, comparing the Occupy vermin to Jesus, MLK, and Gandhi is appallingly offensive.  Jesus died for the sins of the world, while MLK and Gandhi were willing to die (and did so) for their cause.  There is not a SINGLE Occupy scumbag who would die for his/her cause…especially since they have NO FRIGGIN’ CLUE what their “cause” is, other than to commit acts of crime in their zealous attempts to avoid responsibility for their own lives and to live off the public teat in perpetuity.

Jess, I say this with all the love that this Christian can muster: You suck.

December 16, 2011 - Posted by | bigotry, Christianity, Jesse Jackson, Occupy Wall Street, shameful


  1. He’s a phony of the most ancient sort (2 Peter 2:1-3)

    Comment by Kevin | December 16, 2011

  2. Two things. With regard to Jessie’s “born in poverty” quote, recall the account in Matthew 2, where it says “Wise Men” or Magi or Kings came first to Herod asking about Jesus and then later finding him with Mary and Joseph. Never said there were three of them, but it did say they (however many came), brought three gifts. gold, frankincense and myrrh, the least valueable of the three was the gold. And, these were extremely wealthy kings, it’s reasonable to assume that unlike a Jesse Jackson, they did not stint the measure. They would have been very generous given the circumstances for sure. In other words, after the Kings had worshiped our Savior, Joseph could have bought the inn, the restaurant next to the inn, the rest of the town where the inn was and put in an Arnold Palmer championship 18 hole golf course with custom homes surrounding the fairways, where they couldn’t get a room earlier. Poverty my big patootie!

    Second, when I think of Jackson, (and other’s like him), when they try and talk about a personal relationship with Jesus, it always makes me think of John 16:3. No, not John 3:16. John 16:3.

    Comment by Im_bonafide | December 16, 2011

  3. Jess makes my skin crawl everytime I see him or his fellow traveler, Sharpton. Two overseers from the government plantation keeping the black folk in check, seeing that they don’t get off the public teat. As far as the reference to Jesus is concerned, I don’t know, I wasn’t there, and, I am sure that he was not an Jesse Jackson nor an Al Sharpton. Well, okay, I’m as sure as I can be having not been there.
    I see the essence of evil in both Jesse and Al, and others of their ilk. Only interested in lining their pockets, not actually helping their fellow man, of any origin, to rise above their circumstances and succeed.
    Liberalism is a mental disorder.

    Comment by J. Guidry, Battlefield, MO. | December 17, 2011

  4. JG, you’re right, they are evil indeed, because “…like natural brute beasts made to be caught and destroyed, speak evil of the things they do not understand, and will utterly perish in their own corruption, and will receive the wages of unrighteousness, as those who count it pleasure to carouse in the daytime. They are spots and blemishes, carousing in their own DECEPTIONS while they feast with you, having eyes full of adultery and that cannot CEASE from sin, enticing UNSTABLE souls. They have a heart trained in COVETOUS practices, and are accursed children.” 2 Peter 2:12-14 (Ephesians 5:5 teaches that covetous men are idolators)

    Bonafide ~ you are right to point out that Scripture never says how many wise men (Magi ~ never used for “king” however. Aside from the easterners, the word only appears when speaking of sorcerers. “King” is a man made tradition) were there. However, just a word of caution, be aware that the statement “Joseph could have bought the inn,…” doesn’t come from Scripture either. We have absolutely no idea how much was given, or how wealthy,if at all, they were (it never says ~ Proverbs 30:6). Let’s not fall into the trap of the ilk of Jackson and Sharpton by adding things (or speculating). The “prosperity preachers” who promise us all wealth and fortune if we send them our money often do this very thing as well (but the 2 Peter citation applies to them as well)

    Comment by Kevin | December 17, 2011

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