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Demonic Filibuster?!? Really?!?

January 4, 2011

Thrusty McAwkward is yelling into a microphone again. The last time I showed a video from him here he was ‘defeating’ Humanism and atheism while humping the air. His target now? The supreme court and abortion. Someone get a psychiatrist, this man thinks he is defeating humanism, atheism, the Supreme court, and abortion by shaking and yelling. My brain hurts.

To say the man has delusions of grandeur about his magical abilities would be an understatement.

The most non-sense of all the nonsensical yelling? “Sometimes the demonic powers are filibustery (sic)… and the church needs to fillerbuster (sic) with continuous prayer until they can’t hold any longer” What? ‘Fillerbuster” until you can’t hold any longer? What?

A) those are not words, and B) if both sides are filibusterous that means no bill would ever pass, and for the current laws on abortion to be modified you would need a bill…and… and…

C) Why?

Why even bother…

My brain now hurts so bad I just went blind in my right eye trying to make sense of that?

You can’t fix crazy

A team from IHOP U before the Supreme court? An ekklesia on the steps of the supreme court?

God help us.

*head –> desk*


8 Comments leave one →
  1. January 5, 2011 4:07 am

    As a former charismatic, I understand every “God-talk” phrase he uses, but to the average person not aware of the vocabulary, this would come across as unbelievably threatening. Also, that he takes personal credit for the nomination of John Roberts? (rolls eyes)

    I can understand why PAW is afraid of this guy.

    • Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
      January 5, 2011 11:21 am

      Don’t want to get piled on for invoking Godwin’s Law, but my first impression was of a Nuremburg Rally. The masses raising their hands (both arms instead of only their right) to the kook rant coming from the speaker. The speaker, focus of the rally, carried away with FORCE and INTENSITY, going synergistic with the emotional state of the audience, becoming carried away into a frenzy and throwing that frenzy back into the audience. The speech, despite all the emotional frenzy, being basically an intense somewhat-disjointed kook rant.

      Though he continues his pelvic thrusting from the other video; it’s either the way he shows strong emotion or frenzy (like Shakin’ Stacy’s shaking), or he’s getting off on it to the point he has to start doing empty air.

      Put the two together, and it not only comes across as “threatening”, but genuinely scary. As in “Cult”. As in “What are these guys capable of? What are they going to do to the rest of us?”

      • January 5, 2011 1:01 pm


        These guys are part of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), and also associated with the Kansas City Prophets. Read some stuff about them. They would make Americuh! a very scary place if they were allowed.

        • Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
          January 20, 2011 11:00 am

          They would make Americuh! a very scary place if they were allowed.

          As in “Handmaid’s Tale as How-To Manual”?

          “Just like the Taliban, Except CHRISTIAN (TM)!”?

  2. Grant permalink
    January 5, 2011 5:48 am

    Charismatic stuff from those that feel they can go to Mt . Everest and bind evil and create new worlds and do a lot of stuff

    • Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
      January 20, 2011 11:02 am

      I’ve “created new worlds and done a lot of stuff”. I’m trying to start a second career for retirement as an SF writer. At least I know when I’m writing fiction.

  3. Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
    January 5, 2011 11:26 am

    There’s another, older meaning to “Filibuster”.

    Back in the mid-19th Century, a Filibuster was a soldier of fortune type who’d get a bunch of followers together with uniforms and guns, go South of the Border into rural Mexico or Central America, and not just go mercenary but try to take over a country (or a Mexican province or two) in the name of Manifest Destiny. They usually failed spectacularly, sometimes in ways that could have been directed by Mel Brooks.

  4. Joseph permalink
    January 5, 2011 7:57 pm

    25-30 years ago Lou Engle quite the likable church plant team member from Maryland with Larry Tomczak & C.J. Mahaney in Pasadena. Oh & Che Ahn part of that church plant effort…

    I knew him then as part of the team. I did not interact with him directly, but was there for a few seminars they gave & heard him talk. Nothing then indicated he would eventually transform into the ‘extreme’ uber-spiritual guru after his 40-day fasting phase. I think that is where the nut came loose from the bolt…

    I have watched the prophetic-rhetoric debacle infect the church during the past 10-15 years. The craziness is not only tolerated, but encouraged & championed. And all that political activism in the name of God the sad result of all that effort spent erecting a golden calf.

    This is the result of spiritual kookiness run wild. Heck, just look at Crowder/Dunn. This is the way Christianity is being represented to the young people today. How sad… 😦

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