Notes From Your Favorite Super Villain: The Return of Ruthlessness

…Meanwhile in my inbox

“So now that you’re on Saipan what about Words Don’t Do It Justice?”

“So who’s running the site now?”

“You get the news out there? You gonna say something?”

“So you quit right? Can I have the name?”


I’m back from the island. I’m back in my city. I’ve been storing these up and now it is time to unleash. I assure you, the reports of my and this site’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. But better said.

The Return of Ruthlessness

I am THE Ruthless Wonder not A Ruthless Wonder and you’ve not heard those words in quite a while. Yeah, I haven’t said them in a while either. But let’s not waste time about what has been going on and get to it shall we? I’ll talk about the island paradise another time.

Christians are terrorists just like Muslim terrorists

Now I could just leave this here and move on. It really should be that simple. Why? Because every religion at one point in history and at some place on planet earth use fear, oppression, and straight up old fashioned murder to instill terror into some other part of the populace. Oh you think I’m lying?

Anti-Muslim tension simmers ahead of Myanmar election.

Didn’t read it? Don’t worry I’ll give you a quick hit. Muslims make up 4% of the entire country population and yet the monks are calling for boycotts while others have incited full on violence against them.

In 2013 from March through October there were a series of riots where muslims and suspected muslims were hunted and murdered. The deadliest incident occurred when a Buddhist mob attacked and torched the Mingalar Zayone Islamic Boarding School. While outnumbered security forces stood by, rioters armed with machetes, metal pipes, chains, and stones killed 32 teenage students and four teachers.

But hey you like yoga and say Namaste right? Cause peace? More like hypocrisy.

Now I know what you are thinking, how does that prove there are are Christian terrorists?

1. The Knoxville Unitarian Universalist Church Shooting

Jim David Adkisson, a devout Christian and anti-abortion right-winger, walked into a Knoxville church on July 27th, 2008, and began firing a shotgun at children who were performing Annie Jr. He killed two and wounded seven, targeting“the church because of its liberal teachings and his belief that all liberals should be killed because they were ruining the country.”

2. The Campaign of Terror Against Abortion Doctors

In 1993, Dr. Richard Gunn was shot dead by an anti-abortion protester. In 1994, Drs. John Britton and James Barrett were shot to death by Reverend Paul Jennings. In 1998, Dr. Barnett Sleipan was shot dead in his home by a Christian terrorist. In 2009, Dr. George Tiller was shot by Scott Roeder in a church. The ability for Christian right-wingers to justify cold-blooded murder in the name of their pro-life beliefs is a colossal hypocrisy worthy of a terrorist group like ISIS. According to the National Abortion Federation, there have been 17 attempted murders, 383 death threats, 153 incidents of assault or battery, 13 wounded, 100 butyric acid attacks, 373 physical invasions, 41 bombings, 655 anthrax threats, and 3 kidnappings committed against abortion providers since 1977. Terrorist groups like the Taliban and ISIS are very fond of acid attacks and chemical weapons like anthrax; apparently Christian right-wing terrorists share that same preference.

3. The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombings

Timothy McVeigh, America’s most notorious domestic terrorist, was obsessed with the Seventh-Day Aventist splinter group known as the Branch Davidians, who resisted an ATF raid on their citadel at Mount Carmel in 1993. He travelled to Waco, Texas during the Waco Siege and heavily supported the religious extremists within it. Two years later, he detonated a fertilizer bomb at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing a hundred and sixty-eight people, including nineteen children, and wounded 648 others. This Christian specifically targeted innocent civilians and committed horrific acts of violence to make his political point heard – something Mr. Huckabee believes he should be incapable of, since he’s not a Muslim.

4. Everything The Ku Klux Klan Has Ever Done

Since its creation after the American Civil War, the Ku Klux Klan has been terrorizing Americans in the name of Protestantism and racial purity. Known for their terrifying costumes and hoods, they wrought have fear and violence against blacks, Jews, immigrants, gays, and Catholics for hundreds of years, responsible for countless massacres, lynchings, rapes, and bombings that have killed thousands. In the modern day, it still has a membership of 5,000 to 8,000 terrorists that operate in individual chapters. Just two weeks ago, Frazier Glenn Cross, the leader of the Carolina Knights of the KKK, was sentenced to death by lethal injection for murdering a fourteen year old girl and two seniors outside the Overland Park Jewish Community Center in Kansas City. The man gave the Hitler salute during his trial and declared that “Jews are destroying the white race.” None of his victims were Jewish.

5. The Massacre At Zion Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C.

On Wednesday, June 17th of this year, a man rose from a pew in the historically black Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC, and opened fire with a .45 caliber pistol, killing nine worshipers, including pastor and State Senator Clementa Pickiney. The shooter has been photographed wearing patches representing the racist apartheid regimes in Southwest Africa, had a Confederate license plate on his vehicle. All signs points to this being a hate crime- not only is it the oldest black church in the South, it was a symbol of resistance against slavery, and a survivor reported that the shooter yelled ‘I have to do it. You rape our women and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go.” Roof was a member of a local Lutheran church, yet somehow his baptism didn’t prevent him from gunning down innocent people in a house of worship, defiling a sacred place with hate and murder.

Credit: Occupy Democrats

OH but here we go. You’re saying right now, “These aren’t real believers. They aren’t really Christians.” or of course, “You’re nitpicking.”


Yeah so here’s the deal, I could go to a lot more. I could spend an entire piece on what it says for you to pass off the actions of the KKK but get in arms about Daesh(I will not be referring to them as ISIL or any other moniker, mostly because they hate it.) See unlike Daesh who has to sneak into the country and then hide to pull off terror, the KKK, Neo-Nazis, and general white bigots are as close or far away as you think. They could be next to you in line at the store, they could be sitting next to you in church. In fact they probably are. And you refuse to speak out against them. You sit in your training camp for terror every Sunday saying God is great, God is good, Amen, and Hallelujah with the same people who go out and kill innocent Americans.

Sounds crazy when you say it in English about Christians doesn’t it? Doesn’t make it less true though. But hey I know what you’re thinking, “Aren’t you a Christian? Doesn’t this include you?” OF COURSE IT DOES! Pay attention. I don’t and have never excused the detestable actions of Christians. Just like I don’t excuse the actions of Muslims, Buddhists, those allegedly ancestor worshiping hotep idiots, and all the rest. In the course of the human events we commonly refer to as history there are bloody, vile, and ultimately unconscionable acts which have ultimately lead to the world we live in. I don’t excuse those actions even in their context, but I understand they make this possible.

In the present we should learn from them. But we cannot learn if we refuse to acknowledge them. Every time you say those aren’t true believers, you simply use the no true Scotsmen fallacy to keep yourself from being grouped in. It is one thing to say that these people have the teachings of Jesus wrong. At this point, there are so many sects of Christianity I would even most likely agree with you. But you aren’t consistent. And you’re talking out of self preservation, so you don’t look like “one of them.” But you just might be worse. Because in the face of evidence you have refused to correct your brother or sister in Christ with love before they did these things. You have silently supported them turning a book of love into a billy cub of hate. I’ll let you hit your bible to know what verses I’m referring to.

You know, like this.

Is Bishop Bloomer Endorsing Donald Trump?Bishop George Bloomer released a press release “Regarding Misinformation About MyAlleged Support of Donald Trump.” If this video doesn’t show him endorsing Trump, who he says has been “tried in the fire,” etc. please help me understand what he’s doing.

Posted by Bishop Talbert Swan on Sunday, November 29, 2015

Or you know, this guy.

The odd part of this is that I’m only dealing with the murderous sort of Christian terrorists. You allow acts of terror that don’t involve murder everyday. The condoning of ostracizing people with alternative lifestyles. Judging what clothes a Christian should wear. Ridiculous thoughts on pork(“Wherein were all manner of fourfooted beasts of the earth, and wild beasts, and creeping things, and fowls of the air. And there came a voice to him, Rise, Peter; kill, and eat. But Peter said, Not so, Lord; for I have never eaten any thing that is common or unclean. And the voice spake unto him again the second time, What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common. This was done thrice: and the vessel was received up again into heaven.”- Acts 10:11-16). Judging music, technology, jobs.

I once had a man who is a minister here in Kansas City tell me that God does not approve of me being a lawyer. Because we lie for a living. No we intercede in the courtroom to protect someone who is innocent from unjust persecution. Or we go before the court to get mercy and grace for someone who hasn’t earned it, because you don’t earn mercy, you don’t earn grace. Sound familiar?

It seems as though in our era of churches the size of sports arenas, Pastors with private jets, and no legal challenges to the existence of Christianity in America that you all have decided to manufacture persecution. To create adversaries in a country where you are an overwhelming majority. I don’t pretend to know God’s mind beyond is word, so I can’t say what he thinks, but I know you all turn me off from the theology we share. Now imagine what someone who doesn’t share belief in Christ thinks? Now I could go on and on with the Christian issues. but I’ll be covering more topics this week, other than friday while I’m traveling. But look for part 2 of this American Christian hypocrisy topic. Because we aren’t done yet, and Words Don’t Do It Justice!

THE Ruthless Wonder

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