I recently wrote an article about a church that banned interracial couples. Today, I was checking out my dashboard and found that my article had been linked to another blog. This blog, in particular.
In this blog, the author warps Biblical verses into his own idiotic conspiracy theory that mixing races is divinely forbidden. I kindly told the stupid person that I disagree with his theory, and pointed out that the Ten Commandments are the only true words written by God and that they in no way condone any form of racism.
In a Biblical verse laced response, I was told that I would be going to hell. I notified this bigot that I would kindly seek him out when I get there, and asked a question (somewhat abrasively) to test his contention that every word of the Bible was true and indeed written by God. Unfortunately, he didn’t answer my question. In fact, he told me I was filthy and I’m no longer allowed to comment on the blog. It’s hard to tell in text, but this guy seemed genuinely offended by my question. I laughed.
So I encourage you, dear readers (yes, all three of you), to visit this blog and comment in my stead. Let this idiot know that he is wrong until he bans you all. Make him call you filthy, too (it’s kind of ironic, isn’t it?). If we can’t reason with him, maybe we can at least get this Bible-thumping racist to stop saying idiotic things like this for fear of having to delete a horde of “filthy” comments.