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Fighting Talk - Jesus Christ And Liberal Fascists

Fighting Talk - Jesus Christ And Liberal Fascists

Patrick Crewdson - heathen, Auckland

Friday, September 03, 2004

And so it was that Jesus of Nazareth was called to a town where a man was said to be possessed by a demon.

The man with the unclean spirit was given to loud proclamations and was exceedingly fierce. He was called Brian Tamaki of Destiny and he commanded a flock of followers. His disciples harkened to him for he was good-looking and rich and spoke with authority, and they did tithe to him 10% of their income. Their name was Legion, for they were many.

Lyndon Hood - racial theorist, Lower Hutt

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Based on my experience of the Hikoi and its media coverage, I'm guessing that Destiny's march in support of tautology was less Nazi-esque, and its counter-protest less virulently abusive, than I hear.

That said, and I know it's a lot to ask, I wish we could have had happy opposition to moral conservatism.


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