Piece of Human Garbage… So called “Pastor” in Texas Goes to the Mall, to Tell Kids that Santa Isn’t Real!

Take a look at this white trash asshole (video below)… attempting to destroy the childhood, the fascination, and spirits of countless children… and replace it with a bunch of religious dogma they don’t and can’t possibly understand. This guy is very lucky a REAL Man wasn’t present. Then again… Amarillo, Texas is a complete shithole, filled with whack job Jesus freaks that have flooded the city with all kinds of 3rd world “migrant” invaders!

And no… the ORIGINS of Christmas DO NOT start with Jesus Christ…

As most of you know by now.

Then again, idiots like this are incapable of understanding that.

The True History of Our Holy Day

2 Comments on Piece of Human Garbage… So called “Pastor” in Texas Goes to the Mall, to Tell Kids that Santa Isn’t Real!

  1. Seems every crazy zealot is a pastor or a preacher, and WTF is he doing parenting other peoples children with his dribble.
    Just Jeebus virtual signaling, that’s all it is.
    His Jeebus did not die on a cross or born Christmas day.
    Too many crazy zealots who profess the name of ‘Christ’, and who believe he was born either on December 25 — the day the pagans worshiped the “reborn sun-god” — celebrated the “birthday” of Sol Invictus — Yuletide — are seriously in error. Also, those who believe that he was born in the fall of the year, around September-October, are equally mistaken. The best evidence clearly points to the healer/teacher/philosopher Yahshua’s birth in FEBRUARY, or late winter, just before spring in 4 B.C.!”

    Hmmm…….. talk about lying to children.

    After reading all of these verses and others speaking of the persecution of the cross (Galatians 6:12 the word actually used in the Scriptures does not even mean “cross.”

    According to the Young’s Analytical Concordance, the Greek word is stauros. Young’s defines it as simply meaning a “stake” he does not list “cross”.

    Both the noun stauros and the verb stauroo, to fasten to a stake or pole, are originally to be distinguished from the ecclesiastical form of a two-beamed cross.

    The Greek word properly signified a stake, an upright pole, a piece of paling, on which anything might be hung, or which might be used in impaling a piece of ground.

    An upright wooden stake or post on which condemned people were executed.

    Sorry Jeebus freak but WRONG, LEAVE those kids alone and go Jeebus virtual signaling else where.


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