Sunday, September 05, 2010

Sunday Sacrilege


Ladies and gentlemen meet "Dr." Terry Jones, pastor of the Dove World Outreach Church in Central Florida (of course) and author of the New York Times bestseller 666 weeks running, Islam Is of the Devil. Terry and his flock have been in the news quite a bit lately thanks to their highly publicized plan to burn a pile of Korans next Saturday, on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

While Terry's strictly a tomato can when placed against heavyweight psychopaths like Fred Phelps, he's got a certain flair for the theatrical and he exudes the kind of confidence that can only come from believing that the world's going to end in a few years and you'll be one of the few sitting next to Jesus laughing at the undeserving as they fry on the Earth below. He holds court like your crotchety and half-senile grandfather, the one who inevitably hijacks every family gathering by forcing you to sit quietly at the kitchen table while he regales you with stories of killing slopes in Korea, the good old days when a white man had his own bathroom, and his singular understanding of why them Jews and Palesteens can't get along.

Oh, and there's that ridiculous moustache.



Here's Terry wearing a t-shirt that puts the final touch on his 70s-cop-show-baddie image and indiscriminately throwing around the word "nigger" to make some kind of point about something-or-other. He gets a few other people to say it -- including at least one girl who's actually kind of cute (call me, sweetie, I'll give you a second coming) -- then turns it over to Pastor Wayne Sapp, who appears to be sitting in front of a weather chromakey wall at a local TV station.

13 comments:

Prophet of Ra said...

Everybody knows that when fortified by the Braveheart soundtrack, an argument is unassailable. (see: Wallace v. Longshanks, 1995).

Mr Wonkles said...

Ok, so when I first saw the header pic for this, I thought it was Bruce McCulloch doing a bit from Kids in the Hall. It seemed like something he might do. Then I watched it.

It's not Bruce McCulloch.

kanye said...

It's Paulie Walnuts!

John E. Petty said...

These are the real enemies of America, the charlatans and scam artists who do nothing but promote hatred and intolerance in the name of faith. The sad part is, if you look at the comments section of a related article at FOXNews.com, you'll see that there are plenty of small-minded people who support him. It's a sad time to be an American, when these are the kind of people that get the media attention and represent us to the world.

A Bowl Of Stupid said...

"A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people."
-Mohandas Gandhi


Take a look at the Bush nostalgia, the highest rated news programs (FOX), the ever-increasing divide between the rich and poor, and the general educational malaise in the States and try to keep saying all this nonsense is just an anomaly.

Thomas B said...

Visions of swastikas, dancing in my mind? I much prefer sugarplums, Mr Pastor man.

Jim said...

Pants on the ground, Pants on the ground.

Anonymous said...

No words. I'm just going to be sick to my stomach.

abu said...

Actually I think he's just more than a little envious

Deaddancer said...

Oh my god, they just close that video with Roger Waters singing a masterpiece from The Wall. Ouch.

Busayo said...

Hey dude, don't hate on that moustache. It is nearing Bismarckian territory and that loon is unworthy of it. I suggest a shaving, followed by pouring salt on his face so that no facial hair is ever tainted by growing on his racist face.

Mart said...

On cue, the Afghanis that our troops are freeing from the intolerant fundamental Muslim Taliban; are protesting the planned Koran burning by intolerant fundamental Christians. What a cocked up mess we have.

Sheriff Bart said...

Think the Pink Floyd music at the end is an omen of things to come for this felowship?
Perhaps a Heaven's Gate departure?

If so, their hell will be getting raped by a pack of niggers.