Black Christians: America's Biggest Hypocrites

Dude calls it like it is.

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Comment by Paul Bledsoe on October 22, 2011 at 12:19am
I agree whole-heartedly with what this young man has to say. It really pisses me off to hear my fellow Blacks try to distance our civil rights struggle from the LGBT struggle for their equal rights. A lot of us have fallen for what a good friend of mine called the "illusion of inclusion". We have, to a large part, forgotten what it's like to be treated as less than a full citizen. I truly hope that changes!
Comment by Darrell Mont on October 22, 2011 at 4:02am

Good job! Fantastic video! I have often voiced the same questions and concerns. You have a great style, I hope to see more vids from you.


Comment by Gabriela Menicucci on October 22, 2011 at 4:12am

Most people who are Christians is because of tradition, that means their ancestors were forced into Christianity out of fear of being burned in the stake, tortured to death or tormented for eternity after death. Christians got away with their "fear agenda" for 2000 years, murdering and marginalizing people. Now when they can no longer murder people in the name of their god, they are desperate to control masses, so who are the ones who are scared now?

I wouldn't be surprised if Catholics end up accepting gay marriage.. Fear can control even the "good" god's followers.

Comment by Ed on October 22, 2011 at 8:34am

Black Americans as an ethnic group have the highest percentage who are theists in this country. The demographics of religion worldwide is interesting. Poland rules the roost in Europe for adherence to theism; something like 95%.



Comment by Shanna on October 22, 2011 at 10:42am

On point. Finally, a voice that speaks about the black christians in the US. They are very predominate in the south and just as ignorant. They are very confused people when it comes to their religion and civil rights for other. Its as if they want to own the struggle and be special. They don't care about the history of their religion or of themselves. Its a real shame. I'm so glad I came to my senses. Keep talking about it. It's vital. 

Comment by Matt on October 22, 2011 at 10:45am

I don't know who this person is... I just found this video on YouTube.  One of the atheist channels I'm subscribed to gave it a thumbs-up, so I saw it on my feed.

Comment by ernie garcia on October 22, 2011 at 5:32pm

it's the same with most south americans.  europeans came in and changed their culture, their language and their religion.  point out that your relatives would not be speaking spanish much less worshipping only one skybully and they will give you fucking "ojo" until you leave.

religion is always a buffet table.  you will find few people that are absolutely adherent to every line in their dogma, mostly because it contradicts itself in so many places but also because most faithheads have never read their holy books straight through.

Comment by Kairan Nierde on October 22, 2011 at 7:03pm

I like this guy.  My gay agenda is to gain full status as a citizen (all the rights and priviledges and responsibilities) and pursue the American dream.  Sorry, there aren't any glitter or sequins involved.

Comment by Gabriel Zepeda on October 22, 2011 at 7:15pm

Ahah, the last line. Priceless. 

Comment by Ralph Oswald on October 23, 2011 at 12:19am

Watched The Ten Commandments: No One Cares too. The man is genius, funny and absolutely right on the money!


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