Kevin Swanson Warns 'This Whole Lesbian Whatever' Has Turned People Into 'Feces-Eaters'
Submitted by Brian Tashman on Wednesday, 5/21/2014 2:35 pm -
Not seeing anyone eating any poop here.
Maybe. . .
Nah, look at those teeth. They've obviously never eaten any poop.
So who's doing all the poop-eating?
On Monday, “Generations Radio” host Kevin Swanson warned that “this whole lesbian whatever, the Neronic agenda” — the term he regularly uses to describe the LGBT rights movement — has helped plunged society into “dysfunctionality” and turned people into “feces eaters.”
Oh, so it's not the lesbians who are eating the poop, they're somehow causing society in general to go around eating poop? Damn you, you devious lesbians, always one step ahead of us!
“There’s not just divorce: people are eating their own feces, there’s incest everywhere,” Swanson lamented.
Oh, and incest too? Okay, lesbians, you win! We'll give you whatever you want, just please stop making us eat poop and fuck our sisters!
He said that only churches like his can draw the feces-eaters back to God: “There’s a contrast between the feces-eaters and the church and I think the feces eaters look at the church and go, ‘Whoa, they don’t eat feces, they’re different, they’re weird.’
Oh, my God, I was just saying that the other day. Our neighbor invited us to his church and I asked him "your denomination does eat poop, right?" and he says "no, we don't ever eat any poop," and I'm all like "woah, weirdo cult alert!"
Yes they do see the church as weird and our communities will see our churches as weird, but some will say, ‘But they’re doing better than we are.’”
Doing better than the incestuous poop-eaters? Ha! I'd like to see that!
By the way, this guy refers to a "Neronic agenda?" What the fuck does that even mean? I actually thought it was "Necronic" and had something to do with death, but according to RWW, it refers to the Roman Emporor Nero for some bizarre reason.
Following a discussion of how same-sex weddings are “Neronic weddings” as they were developed by Nero. . .
Um, I did what now?
Is there any truth to that? Who fucking knows? The only scholar of ancient history I know is my father-in-law, and I'm not about to call him up and open that whole can of worms, so I'm just going to assume it's total bullshit. If it were true, I don't really think it would be at all relevant, either. Should we give up the violin because Nero played one?
Just think what we'd have to give up because of Caligula!
Nope, still no poop!