Malaysian Airlines MH370: Why Is Malaysian (Poorly) Acting Transport Minister, Today, Asking, Again, For Prayer? Is God That Callous?
by Anura Guruge
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Why is this clown, Hishammuddin Hussein, the ACTING (and at that he is really a pitiful one) Transport Minister for Malaysia, today, yet again calling for prayers to help find the Malaysian Air MH370.
First of all, coming from him, who is he expecting people to pray to?
I have seen Malaysians praying in Buddhist temples. That cracks me up. You can’t, at least if you know your Buddhism (as I do), pray to Buddha. You pray to Buddha because by his own definition he no longer exists — he has reached the state of nirvana. That means he has ceased to exist. In my book you can’t pray to a person or thing that doesn’t exist. Excuse me if I am harsh, but that seems kind of dumb — praying to somebody who has clearly stated “I will be no more”!
But in the case of this ‘Hussein’ he must be praying to the Abrahamic God.
But what is the implication. God, by now, 43 or 44 days (whatever), must know what happened.
Why do YOU have to PRAY for God to intercede at this stage?
Catholics tell me all the time that God does not interfere with Man’s free will. But they still pray.
To me prayer is disrespectful to God! God, by definition, is omnipotent.
You don’t need to pray. God already knows! Trust me on this. God already knows.
So, I would like some clarification from this Malaysian gasbag as to why he is talking about prayer.
Plus nobody is going to believe his hand gestures. Yea. That BIG? What? Your stupidity. No. No. It is much bigger. Stretch out your hands all the way so that they touch each other around your back … and then you can say: ‘that is how stupid I am’.
I asked this weeks ago, I will ask it again:
Can you find wreckage of MH370 off Australia
IF there is no wreckage there, because that is NOT where the plane is?
by Anura Guruge
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It is Black Friday. Jesus has been Crucified, under a sign that says ‘King of the Jews’, by the Romans at the prodding of some factions of the Jewish leadership in Jerusalem.
He has been on the Cross for some time. Some of his disciples are gathered around, in great distress, at the foot of the Cross. They are mortified. It is getting late in the afternoon. Despite the thick cloud cover it is hot. Jesus has not said uttered any sounds, let alone speak, in a long time. Everybody, bar the Romans, are worried that the end is nigh.
Suddenly they hear Jesus call out: “Peter, Peter, I want to tell you something”.
The disciples are galvanized. Peter, of course, is the Prince of the Apostles. It was on ‘his rock’ that Jesus wants his Church to be built. They all realize that this has to be very significant. Jesus is about to share something very important with Peter — and thus with the world.
Peter responds: “Yes my Lord. Yes, my Lord. I am here”.
Jesus, in obvious pain, whispers: “Peter, Peter, come up here. I want to show you something”.
The disciples are in awe. This they know will be a turning point. They start to lift up Peter, very carefully so as not to hurt Jesus — on the Cross.
They get him up at the back, and he clamours up using the footrest the Romans had provided for Jesus’ feet.
Peter manages to draw level with Jesus, from the back of the cross. Disciples are supporting him from below and keeping him steady.
Peter says: “I am here, My Lord. I am here”.
Jesus whispers: “Look Peter. Look Peter. I can see your house from here”.
<< boom. boom. >>
I know it is is bad and historically grossly inaccurate. You know that … right? St. Peter (#1) was not one of those at the Cruxifiction. But, remember, this is JOKE.
.by Anura Guruge
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This is the only one I can find under ‘Easter’ or ‘Good Friday’
and it is from 2000!
I know they try not to do too many overt religion related doodles.
They don’t do Christmas per se. Instead they do ‘Happy Holidays‘.
Last year, if you remember, they did Cesar Chavez’s Doodle
— and got into hot water!