28 thoughts on “Alternate facts or false prophecy

  1. Barry says:

    Only in America!! Sorry I didn’t find it funny. It’s quite scary as far too many US citizens actually believe this nonsense.

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    • makagutu says:

      How can so many people believe that nonsense? That’s what is funny.

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      • Barry says:

        Perhaps I could consider it funny if it didn’t potentially have a horrendous outcome. Whether or not Trump makes a comeback, he’s galvanised a movement that’s not going to go away soon If not Trump it will some other usurper. I just hope that the pendulum causing a swing to nationalism and the right over much of the developed world reaches the end of its swing before Trumpism gets a permanent foothold in the US.

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        • basenjibrian says:

          While I agree with you to some extent, you have to remember that insane religiosity is more common in the world than the kind of agnosticism and outright atheism found in New Zealand (or much of Europe). So it is not just us! ๐Ÿ™‚ I think of the spread of toxic Pentecostal churches in South American and Africa. As crazy as the Orange Haired Religious Nut is, she has never travelled the country becoming obscenely wealthy demanding parents exorcise their difficult children as witches.

          Religious mania is frightening indeed. Especially when tied to nuclear weapons (our Air Force is infested with religious nuts now), which Nigeria, as wealthy as it is, does not have. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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          • makagutu says:

            For a country that is so advanced technologically & I would guess access to education and information, such should be fringe elements but that they are a sizeable number is quite frankly disturbing

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      • It’s kinda scary, too. I live in a country of bat-shit crazy lunatics.

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  2. Nan says:

    Ohhh Mak! I really don’t like to watch online videos but I tried –I really tried– to watch this one. I just couldn’t do it.

    Many, many years ago I was in the thick of this “stuff” so I can identify with all that they’re doing — and I also know their followers are eating it up and hallelujah-ing every word. The indoctrination is so thick I’m sure the air has an odor to it.

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  3. Ron says:

    Jesus, theses guys are complete amateurs!! A true prophet would confidently explain that DJT won the election but Satan altered the results and blinded everyone to the truth. But God will eventually prevail, by removing the senile old Sniffer-in-Chief and his cackling Succubus from office and return the Donald to his rightful place within the next four years.

    Anyways, I predict the self-proclaimed “prophets of God” will continue to fleece their flocks for decades to come.

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  4. basenjibrian says:

    OMG. The Laughing in Tongues dude is just amazing (around the 13 minute point)!

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  5. basenjibrian says:

    One Last Comment. All of these megachurches have such pompous, ridiculously overblown names. HOLY MOUNTAIN OF GOD’S MIGHT FIST WORSHIP CENTER and the like. I guess Christian humility t work?

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  6. To be serious those guys could not make it as stand up comedians or comic artistsโ€™, so they choose that kind of genre. After all his is the USA, any way to make a Dollar is legit and where you can obviously โ€œbullshitโ€ your way to riches!

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