Friday, May 13, 2011

Good Christian B*tches

Good Christian B*tches

Good Christian B*tches

James Edwards

Political Cesspool

May 11, 2011

Rev. Ted Pike is the Executive Director of the National Prayer Network, and has logged more interviews on The Political Cesspool Radio Program than any other guest in the history of our show. He’s a great man and a good friend.

His most recent appearance was two weeks ago.

Today, he informs us of the proposed ABC television series, Good Christian Bitches.

Jewish Robert Iger’s ABC has announced a new TV series next fall, Good Christian B*tches, which will feature Southern girls who “are taught to love Jesus, but just because we’re Christians doesn’t mean we are perfect.” So says author of the book by that title, Kim Gatlin. On its cover the “h” in “b*tches” has Satan’s forked tail hanging from it, contrasting to a halo around the “d” in “good.” The message couldn’t be clearer: Christians are hypocrites; Christian girls are very possibly b*tches.

Gatlin’s book, about malicious southern Christian gossip and hypocrisy, provides plenty of abuse of Christianity. Leave it to heavyweight Jewish media moguls Iger and homosexual/Jewish producer Darren Star to pick up her story and vent their animus against Christians on prime-time TV. Recent Disney pro-homosexuality, even at their theme parks, is legendary. Star is a veteran of trashing Christian sexual morality, having created “Melrose Place” and “Sex in the City.”

Of course, in Canada, under the Jewish Anti-Defamation League’s hate laws, if a Christian uttered the phrase “good Jewish b*tch” in public, he could face a minimum fine of $5000 and more than $150,000 in legal fees. In America he could easily be fined and perhaps jailed by local governing bodies influenced by ADL.

But when superpowerful Jews create a television series kicking Christianity and Christian women in their moral solar plexus, no alarm is raised by the American Jewish community, especially ADL. ADL seems conveniently distracted at this time, loudly preaching “tolerance,” “respect for diversity” and “civility” elsewhere.

Read more here.

Entertainment sources back up Pike’s initial report.

The only element of uncertainly about Good Christian Bitches’ future as a new ABC series next season seems to be what it will be called.

After a great screening today, the dramedy executive produced by Darren Star appears a sure thing, possibly as a companion to Desperate Housewives given that it’s been referred to as “Desperate Housewives in Dallas.”

In the meantime, members of the apostate Church will continue to worship and serve the same radical interests that make television shows like this possible.

As Rev. Pike says, clearly, if defending the country, our families, and now our young Christian women were left to Christian/conservative leadership, America’s defeat before Jewish supremacism would be assured.

Thankfully, there are men like Ted Pike, and a radio show like The Political Cesspool, that are willing to stand up and speak out in defense of our faith and cultural heritage without retreat, surrender, or apology.

Article Source: The Political Cesspool

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