American missionary tries to bring Jesus to an isolated primitive tribe, isolated primitive tribe promptly sends him to meet his God.

By |2018-11-22T10:41:53-08:00November 22nd, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , |9 Comments

Don’t say it, don’t say it, don’t say it.

Where is your God now?

Too late.

Courtesy of CNN:

An American Christian believed to have been engaged in missionary work appears to have been killed by tribespeople from one of the world’s most isolated communities, on a remote island hundreds of miles off the coast of India, according to officials.

The 27-year-old American, identified as John Allen Chau, came to India on a tourist visa but came to the Andaman and Nicobar islands in October with the express purpose of proselytizing, Dependra Pathak, director general of police of the Andaman and Nicobar islands, told CNN.

“We refuse to call him a tourist. Yes, he came on a tourist visa but he came with a specific purpose to preach on a prohibited island,” Pathak said.

Chau did not inform the police of his intentions to travel to the island to attempt to convert its inhabitants, officials said.

The island, North Sentinel Island, is inhabited by the Sentinelese, who are protected under Indian law. Just more than a dozen people are officially thought to live on the remote island in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago.

The island is a protected area, and people are not allowed to go within 5 nautical miles of it, after previous incidents of aggressive behavior toward outsiders were observed. In 2006, two local fishermen were killed by the tribes.

Here is a documentary made about the island people many years ago. 

Look I know it is not kind to speak ill of the dead, but what a fucking moron!

I mean the arrogance of this religious zealot to believe that he must “save the souls” of these clearly uninterested people is the very pinnacle of arrogance. 

First off even believing that you are such a genius that you have managed to discern the one true God, is the very height of arrogance.

But then to believe that you must tell everybody on the planet that they must also worship the same God that you do…well that kind of deserves a spear in the chest. 

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  1. Anon November 22, 2018 at 10:55 am

    Well .. I hate that the young man lost his life. But he lost his life for the most ridiculous reason: Trying to bring a group of people to a myth, Jeebus. WTF was he thinking! What a colossal waste of time and a life.

  2. Eye Roll Troll November 22, 2018 at 11:03 am

    He believed in his heart, So? Better than opening fire on a bunch of innocents because life isn’t going YOUR way.

    • Katydid November 23, 2018 at 3:42 am

      Missionaries suck–the arrogance of thinking they have the right to barge in on other people and tell those other people that they’re doing religion “wrong”. The Sentinelese were off-limits for a good reason–the population is remote and doesn’t have immunity to the many, many diseases floating around in the rest of the world. That’s exactly the same as opening fire on a bunch of innocents. They wanted to be left alone, and this asshat was obsessed with forcing his Jeebus-mania on people who didn’t speak his language and didn’t want what he was trying to force on them.

  3. Anonymous November 22, 2018 at 11:43 am

    John Lennon’s Imagine is my inspiration

  4. Anonymous November 22, 2018 at 12:02 pm

    Trump calls CIA liars in defense of Saudi Crown Prince and leave it to Turkey tp make Trump eat crow.

    Turkish Paper Reports CIA Has Recording of Saudi Crown Prince Calling for Jamal Khashoggi to be Silenced. Shit is going to get real quickly!

  5. anon November 22, 2018 at 2:12 pm

    And also possibly bringing disease; ie, a cold or flu to the island with Jesus. WTF?

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    “That’s how you tell time around here,” Martin said. “Something either happened before or after the fire.”

    • Katydid November 23, 2018 at 3:44 am

      His family “forgive” the tribesmen? His family should be begging forgiveness that their delusional, obsessed son kept trying to force himself and any diseases he was carrying upon people who didn’t want him there. They chased him off twice before, and he kept coming back. What is it with men forcing themselves where they’re not wanted?

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