The Devil’s Favorite Pet!

The devil's pet

In a town called Bethlehem
where Jesus Christ was born,
the ‘christians’ think they’re chosen
and were soon to toot their horn.

They display the cross so proudly,
While their politics, they preach.
And when they beg for money,
they suck you like a leech.

In their palaces of sin
all tax exempt and free,
please don’t seek their help.
They’ll turn their back on thee.

Welcome to their world.
Step right inside of hell.
You’ll hear no truth from them.
And you’ll wonder at their smell.

The christians reek of sulfur,
and they bend the rules a bit.
They’re the devil’s favorite pet.
It seems, he loves a hypocrite.

Written by,
Shelby I. Courtland
© 2013 Shelby I. Courtland

14 thoughts on “The Devil’s Favorite Pet!

  1. P.S. ‘Christians’, I promise to leave you alone just as soon as YOUR holiday is over! You’ve got MY word on that. And trust me, my ‘word’ is as truthful and ‘trust’worthy as yours is!!! Merry ‘christianmas’!!!!!!

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    • I can not understand why on earth would anyone that was fucked over by the Catholic Church continue to put up with all that shit! There are far more sound ways to believe in Jesus than putting up with the fucking Christian churches.

      Jesus said it himself ……. don’t make me into a church. What more does one need?

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      • Tube, you said it, somewhere else, that they are brainwashed. Not to mention the fact that people are basically stupid anyway. They are easily led and many people quite actually NEED someone to lead them. Read it and weep!

        Ray has built a multimillion-dollar empire as a self-help superstar who teaches people about financial and spiritual wealth, and uses free seminars to recruit followers to more expensive events. He soared in popularity after appearing in the 2006 Rhonda Byrne documentary “The Secret,” and he later was a guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and “Larry King Live” to promote it.

        The Oct. 8 sweat lodge ceremony was intended to be the highlight of Ray’s five-day “Spiritual Warrior” event at a retreat he rented near Sedona. He told participants, who paid more than $9,000 each to attend, that it would be one of the most intense experiences of their lives.

        About halfway through the two-hour ceremony, some began feeling ill, vomiting and collapsing inside the 415-square-foot structure. Despite that, Ray urged participants to push past their physical weaknesses and chided those who wanted to leave, authorities and participants have said.

        Two people — Kirby Brown, 38, of Westtown, N.Y., and James Shore, 40, of Milwaukee — passed out inside the sweat lodge and died that night at a hospital. Liz Neuman, 49, of Prior Lake, Minn., slipped into a coma and died a week later. Eighteen others were hospitalized.

        Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/guru-james-arthur-ray-charged-manslaughter-arizona-sweat-lodge-deaths-article-1.193591#ixzz2nDXdyFsj

        Stupid ass people paid this charlatan over $9,000 to basically acquire spirituality by sweating. 500 proof rum will make you sweat and it is a helluva lot cheaper and if you don’t drink too much of it, most likely, you won’t die from it. Again, stupid ass people and the fact that a fool is born every nanosecond just begging to be taken advantage of.

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    • I took a look at that and my loathing of the ‘christians’ just grew by leaps and bounds. How ANYBODY can be taken in by that shit is beyond me! Parents who put their children through that hell should be shot and I am being lenient. Because children have no say so and look to adults for protection and guidance and when their trust is abused at such a young age, it’s not gotten back.

      My mother forced us to attend church at an early age and I almost immediately recognized the hypocrisy and bullshit being spouted because all I had to do was to take a look around and with my very own eyes see that what was being preached at me, was not what they were actually doing. So, in other words, “do what I preach, not as I do since I don’t do what I preach.” I was so glad when the day finally arrived when I could look my mother in the face and tell her that “no more was I ever stepping foot back in a church, I will not sit there and be a willing participant to hypocrisy.” She has never forgiven me and I have not lost one nights sleep over it.

      It is a sin and a shame what those ‘christians’ are doing to people, the world over and yet, there are those who still refuse to open their eyes, who refuse to believe the proof that is before their very eyes. Brainwashed, is what they are!!

      Thank you for posting that link.

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      • No worries, I don’t understand how they can mount any defence against the case whatsoever and still think of themselves as Christians. I was lucky, I wanted to be religious as a child but the local church was horrified at the idea and actively discouraged me. I liked all the ceremony and dressing up. Should have seen their faces when I turned up to Youth Group – priceless! I didn’t understand all the whys and wherefores at the time, but thank goodness!

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  2. jamborobyn …….. thanks for your response. I can see the Church wanting to play like they give a shit for the profit of image and thereby profit in their tithing. And I get the “profit?” of being paid off by the Church for their “sins” implemented onto others.

    But can payment really “do it” or “fix it” for one who experience this abuse? They may think so but Tubularsock doubts it. It’s a lot deeper than a buck!

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    • At the moment I think they are being forced into pretending they give a shit – I was watching a video on Unity today – Alan Watts and Terence McKenna – and the line that struck me was “having the courage to do what we know is right.” I have never known the church to bother with such ideas. Payment doesn’t fix anything – you can’t rub money all over yourself and instantly heal a lifetime of suffering. I agree it’s absolutely useless and I think what are aiming for is public acknowledgement of the truth. In my situation, being able to speak the truth was the first step to moving forward. I ache for these people and for all the wrongs done in the name of religious institutions.

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      • You are in good hands with Alan Watts and Terence McKenna. Back in the day I used to go to Alan Watts’ readings and discussions in SF all the time. I have read most all of his work and the fellow had a handle on reality/non-reality that I still follow today.

        Yes …….. being able to speak the truth AND BE HEARD is extremely significant and healing. Getting financial compensation is necessary in these situations only because “money talks” in our world today and for the a church to have to “Pay Up For Their Wrong” helps to highlight their responsibility for the mess.

        For you and others who have been wronged I understand the pain and the need to be heard and supported. The healing process is a long road but being supported on that path is what is necessary.

        I have never been a big fan of organized religion and have little respect for their “power-over” people. One should break free ………..

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  3. ” I have never been a big fan of organized religion and have little respect for their “power-over” people. One should break free….”

    Hear! Hear! I did! But not everyone who has been so successfully brainwashed can. And some people will hear absolutely nothing AGAINST ‘religion’ PERIOD! You can shout it from the rooftops about all of the abuse and hypocrisy, lies and on and on and they will pay it no heed.

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  4. You do know you’re going straight to hell right? Don’t pass go, don’t collect $200.00 straight to hell.
    LOL!!! I love it sis, I used to go hard on the laughable “carryings on”, but I grew bored. I really can’t believe that people are still in fear of religion.

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    • Hell?!!! Man, don’t you know, I am already there!!!!! I stocked up on so much ice, I am so good that I am now able to sell it to the ‘christians’. LMAO!!!! Yeah, me fear ‘religious bullshit’? That’ll be the day!

      Thanks for stopping in man!! Good to see ya!

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      • I make people exam their religious fears all the time. Most didn’t even realize that they were more fear than truth.

        What kind of loving god would instill so much fear in his children? That-to me is abuse. I’m met with some resistance by some who won’t even look at the evidence. Simply stating more fear: it is said in the end times that man will turn his back on the church. Yeah, because they found out it was a scam.

        I had dinner with friend the other night and she said grace. So I asked her what does that mean? She told me it’s to bless her food. So I asked, if you don’t bless it what will happen? She said she didn’t know. Case closed. Blind obedience is just that.

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