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(Pink News UK)   "God should drop a nuclear bomb on the US because we have gay ambassadors"   (pinknews.co.uk) divider line 108
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2014-08-06 08:41:08 AM  
In a June 23 speech to a group of foreign affairs officers, Secretary Kerry proudly acknowledged there are now five openly professing homosexual US ambassadors, with a sixth on his way to Vietnam.


I do, I say, I DO profess to being a homosexual.
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He claims: "You want to know why the Arab world calls us The Great Satan?

One would think that if a Christian God were real, he'd be a lot more pissed at the Muslim countries first.
/Also, wasn't Satan/Lucifer kicked out of Heaven for being too vain?

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2014-08-06 08:50:02 AM  
lochgarry.files.wordpress.com

what does God need with a nuclear bomb?
 
2014-08-06 08:57:10 AM  
Why would God have a nuclear bomb? Doesn't he just need to eat a heavenly burrito and just...you know, wait?
 
2014-08-06 08:59:58 AM  
Just another hateful prick creating god in his own sick and twisted image

/we could have a whole separate tab for them
 
2014-08-06 08:59:59 AM  

kbronsito: [lochgarry.files.wordpress.com image 540x406]

what does God need with a nuclear bomb?


somedude210: Why would God have a nuclear bomb? Doesn't he just need to eat a heavenly burrito and just...you know, wait?


Second Amendment.
 
2014-08-06 09:04:04 AM  
Involuntary institutionalisation followed by electroshock therapy. Assuming he actually believes what he says.
 
2014-08-06 09:05:59 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Just another hateful prick creating god in his own sick and twisted image

/we could have a whole separate tab for them


Doesn't that really apply to pretty much all of them?
 
2014-08-06 09:10:12 AM  

dittybopper: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Just another hateful prick creating god in his own sick and twisted image

/we could have a whole separate tab for them

Doesn't that really apply to pretty much all of them?


Certainly appears that way
 
2014-08-06 09:13:07 AM  
Hmm, the area of the continental US is 8.08 million km^2, so to destroy half of it you need a blast radius of sqrt(4.04 million/pi) = 1134 km.

Wiki says a 20 megaton bomb destroys "most civilian buildings" in a radius of 17 km.

Blast radius increases as the cube root of yield, so you'd need a bomb of yield 20 mt * (1134/17)^3 = 6 teratons

According to this dude, modern nukes weigh on average 1/3 to 1/2 kg per kiloton of yield, so such a bomb would weigh at least 2 billion kilograms, or about 6 empire state buildings.

/because you were all just dying to know
 
2014-08-06 09:19:03 AM  
or one major nuclear bomb that would destroy half the country

Largest nuclear bomb ever built, Tsar Bomba, theoretical yield 58 megatons:
upload.wikimedia.org
wouldn't even take out all of France, much less half the US.

Amazingly enough, people who are proud about not knowing shiat about homosexuality are also proud about not knowing shiat about anything else that falls out of their pie hole.
 
2014-08-06 09:20:09 AM  
He goes on to show a 'website', the existence of which could not be verified, which he claims shows that the US flies rainbow flags from all of its embassies.

Such an easy thing to disprove.  As if you even needed to.

Once again you must question why he'd have to lie if he were truly a righteous man of God with truth on his side.  I guess God will forgive a few white lies if you manage to bash a few dirty homogheys, right?
 
2014-08-06 09:21:52 AM  
Sorry, no nuke, but He's so pissed He's going to appear in the world's largest burrito later this month.
 
2014-08-06 09:30:33 AM  

stpauler: In a June 23 speech to a group of foreign affairs officers, Secretary Kerry proudly acknowledged there are now five openly professing homosexual US ambassadors, with a sixth on his way to Vietnam.


I do, I say, I DO profess to being a homosexual.
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He claims: "You want to know why the Arab world calls us The Great Satan?

One would think that if a Christian God were real, he'd be a lot more pissed at the Muslim countries first.
/Also, wasn't Satan/Lucifer kicked out of Heaven for being too vain?

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I haven't read the story, so I could be completely off, but God kicked Lucifer out of heaven because he refused to serve the humans, essentially disobeying God's command that angels should be subservient to humanity.  God didn't take too kindly to this and banished Lucifer from heaven.

At one point, there was a sect of Islam that actually worshiped Shaytan, believing him to be God's greatest lover for the refusal to turn his gaze away from God.  Pretty sure they were all rooted out and murdered by the Caliphate during the Middle Ages.
 
2014-08-06 09:31:38 AM  
Terrible reporting!  I found that site they couldn't verify.
 
2014-08-06 09:37:57 AM  

question_dj: At one point, there was a sect of Islam that actually worshiped Shaytan, believing him to be God's greatest lover for the refusal to turn his gaze away from God.  Pretty sure they were all rooted out and murdered by the Caliphate during the Middle Ages.


You might be thinking of the Yazidi (and their Peacock Angel).  But I believe there's even a more specific sect/offshoot that worships Lucifer specifically.
 
2014-08-06 09:46:46 AM  
I just wrote a three paragraph rant about God smiting people on earth, and whether God was good and loving, or evil for smiting the innocent, while evil people go unpunished.

And it didn't post.  Trust me, it was epic.  But I ain't typing that shiat again.
 
2014-08-06 09:49:02 AM  

dookdookdook: Hmm, the area of the continental US is 8.08 million km^2, so to destroy half of it you need a blast radius of sqrt(4.04 million/pi) = 1134 km.

Wiki says a 20 megaton bomb destroys "most civilian buildings" in a radius of 17 km.

Blast radius increases as the cube root of yield, so you'd need a bomb of yield 20 mt * (1134/17)^3 = 6 teratons

According to this dude, modern nukes weigh on average 1/3 to 1/2 kg per kiloton of yield, so such a bomb would weigh at least 2 billion kilograms, or about 6 empire state buildings.

/because you were all just dying to know


Larger warheads become an increasingly difficult engineering feat, as they tend to start blowing themselves apart before you can consume all the material. If you want to fark a place up well beyond human habitability, it'll be cheaper and more reliable to salt the earth with a light dusting of 40kt warheads.
 
2014-08-06 09:49:23 AM  
Or god could just drop a hurricane on a certain church in Florida.
 
2014-08-06 09:51:35 AM  

Diogenes: He goes on to show a 'website', the existence of which could not be verified, which he claims shows that the US flies rainbow flags from all of its embassies.

Such an easy thing to disprove.  As if you even needed to.

Once again you must question why he'd have to lie if he were truly a righteous man of God with truth on his side.  I guess God will forgive a few white lies if you manage to bash a few dirty homogheys, right?


Quick Google:  May 17 was the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, and a few embassies chose to run a rainbow flag under the US flag on that day only.  A few, as in London, Madrid and Tel Aviv.

Pesky facts.
 
2014-08-06 09:56:29 AM  

incendi: dookdookdook: Hmm, the area of the continental US is 8.08 million km^2, so to destroy half of it you need a blast radius of sqrt(4.04 million/pi) = 1134 km.

Wiki says a 20 megaton bomb destroys "most civilian buildings" in a radius of 17 km.

Blast radius increases as the cube root of yield, so you'd need a bomb of yield 20 mt * (1134/17)^3 = 6 teratons

According to this dude, modern nukes weigh on average 1/3 to 1/2 kg per kiloton of yield, so such a bomb would weigh at least 2 billion kilograms, or about 6 empire state buildings.

/because you were all just dying to know

Larger warheads become an increasingly difficult engineering feat, as they tend to start blowing themselves apart before you can consume all the material. If you want to fark a place up well beyond human habitability, it'll be cheaper and more reliable to salt the earth with a light dusting of 40kt warheads.


Could god engineer a nuclear warhead so large and heavy that even him couldn't lift it?
 
2014-08-06 10:04:36 AM  

Earguy: Diogenes: He goes on to show a 'website', the existence of which could not be verified, which he claims shows that the US flies rainbow flags from all of its embassies.

Such an easy thing to disprove.  As if you even needed to.

Once again you must question why he'd have to lie if he were truly a righteous man of God with truth on his side.  I guess God will forgive a few white lies if you manage to bash a few dirty homogheys, right?

Quick Google:  May 17 was the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, and a few embassies chose to run a rainbow flag under the US flag on that day only.  A few, as in London, Madrid and Tel Aviv.

Pesky facts.


Hmmm.  I wonder how many bombs that really equates to.  First I'll have to find out the total number of US embassies worldwide.

I never knew hate math was so difficult!  ;-)
 
2014-08-06 10:20:21 AM  

incendi: dookdookdook: Hmm, the area of the continental US is 8.08 million km^2, so to destroy half of it you need a blast radius of sqrt(4.04 million/pi) = 1134 km.

Wiki says a 20 megaton bomb destroys "most civilian buildings" in a radius of 17 km.

Blast radius increases as the cube root of yield, so you'd need a bomb of yield 20 mt * (1134/17)^3 = 6 teratons

According to this dude, modern nukes weigh on average 1/3 to 1/2 kg per kiloton of yield, so such a bomb would weigh at least 2 billion kilograms, or about 6 empire state buildings.

/because you were all just dying to know

Larger warheads become an increasingly difficult engineering feat, as they tend to start blowing themselves apart before you can consume all the material. If you want to fark a place up well beyond human habitability, it'll be cheaper and more reliable to salt the earth with a light dusting of 40kt warheads.


There's also the fact that the blast expands from the point of origin in a sphere.  As you build bigger and bigger bombs, larger and larger percentages of the energy gets wasted blowing up air.

Take a large bowl, lay it upside down on the floor, and see how much it covers.  Then take enough shot glasses to hold the same amount of water as that bowl, lay them down, and see if they don't take up more floor space.
 
2014-08-06 10:21:09 AM  

incendi: dookdookdook: Hmm, the area of the continental US is 8.08 million km^2, so to destroy half of it you need a blast radius of sqrt(4.04 million/pi) = 1134 km.

Wiki says a 20 megaton bomb destroys "most civilian buildings" in a radius of 17 km.

Blast radius increases as the cube root of yield, so you'd need a bomb of yield 20 mt * (1134/17)^3 = 6 teratons

According to this dude, modern nukes weigh on average 1/3 to 1/2 kg per kiloton of yield, so such a bomb would weigh at least 2 billion kilograms, or about 6 empire state buildings.

/because you were all just dying to know

Larger warheads become an increasingly difficult engineering feat, as they tend to start blowing themselves apart before you can consume all the material. If you want to fark a place up well beyond human habitability, it'll be cheaper and more reliable to salt the earth with a light dusting of 40kt warheads.


Not just that, but a single large warhead is actually inefficient compared to a number of smaller weapons.

The Tsar Bomba had 3,125 *TIMES* the explosive yield of Little Boy (the Hiroshima bomb), but the area it could have destroyed is only 366 times greater.

So you could have the same destructive effect using just 366*16kt = 5.8 megatons worth of Little Boys as the single 50 mt Tsar Bomba.
 
2014-08-06 10:27:29 AM  
Being gay: worst Christian sin ever not mentioned by Christ.

Advocating violence, hatred, and murder in God's name: greatest virtue ever forbidden by God ("take not my name in vain" "thou shalt not murder") and Jesus ("love one another as I have loved you," "if someone slaps your cheek, turn the other cheek to him.").

You really have to dig into the bible to understand that all that God and Jesus stuff is just filler.
 
2014-08-06 10:29:51 AM  

factoryconnection: Being gay: worst Christian sin ever not mentioned by Christ.

Advocating violence, hatred, and murder in God's name: greatest virtue ever forbidden by God ("take not my name in vain" "thou shalt not murder") and Jesus ("love one another as I have loved you," "if someone slaps your cheek, turn the other cheek to him.").

You really have to dig into the bible to understand that all that God and Jesus stuff is just filler.


The script is pretty good.  But the directors have been absolutely horrible.
 
2014-08-06 10:33:19 AM  
Someone's butthurt.

Also, he is literally saying that god should work through terrorists to attack America.

But hey, he's white, he's not talking about how we treat the poor, no one will scream about how he's an extremist or a bad Christian.
 
2014-08-06 10:33:40 AM  
Who really cares what some redneck Florida preacher thinks?
 
2014-08-06 10:36:54 AM  
And that's just one more chalk mark against me believing in any sort of gods. Because if there was one, this little shiatstain hairless ape on the little blue ball in the ass end of the universe would have been struck down righteously, mid-sentence, for deigning to tell the omnipotent creator of everything what it ought to be doing.
 
2014-08-06 10:37:47 AM  
Remember that time the Holiest One appeared on a dog's butthole?

God should drop a nuclear bomb on the US because we have boy-touching, money-grubbing priests.
 
2014-08-06 10:38:39 AM  

factoryconnection: Being gay: worst Christian sin ever not mentioned by Christ.

Advocating violence, hatred, and murder in God's name: greatest virtue ever forbidden by God ("take not my name in vain" "thou shalt not murder") and Jesus ("love one another as I have loved you," "if someone slaps your cheek, turn the other cheek to him.").

You really have to dig into the bible to understand that all that God and Jesus stuff is just filler.


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Son, you have to read the hidden bible verses, that only  we know about.
 
2014-08-06 10:40:18 AM  

Karac: or one major nuclear bomb that would destroy half the country

Largest nuclear bomb ever built, Tsar Bomba, theoretical yield 58 megatons:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 750x536]
wouldn't even take out all of France, much less half the US.

Amazingly enough, people who are proud about not knowing shiat about homosexuality are also proud about not knowing shiat about anything else that falls out of their pie hole.


Oh, they know PIE, that's for sure. Cramming it down whilst rolling through Walmart on their Rascals
 
2014-08-06 10:40:50 AM  

Diogenes: He goes on to show a 'website', the existence of which could not be verified, which he claims shows that the US flies rainbow flags from all of its embassies.


God hates flags.
 
2014-08-06 10:41:39 AM  

dookdookdook: Hmm, the area of the continental US is 8.08 million km^2, so to destroy half of it you need a blast radius of sqrt(4.04 million/pi) = 1134 km.

Wiki says a 20 megaton bomb destroys "most civilian buildings" in a radius of 17 km.

Blast radius increases as the cube root of yield, so you'd need a bomb of yield 20 mt * (1134/17)^3 = 6 teratons

According to this dude, modern nukes weigh on average 1/3 to 1/2 kg per kiloton of yield, so such a bomb would weigh at least 2 billion kilograms, or about 6 empire state buildings.

/because you were all just dying to know


r/theydidthemath
 
2014-08-06 10:43:12 AM  
Westboro is looking for another preacher, right? Maybe this guy is just applying for the job.
 
2014-08-06 10:43:34 AM  

Karac: or one major nuclear bomb that would destroy half the country

Largest nuclear bomb ever built, Tsar Bomba, theoretical yield 58 megatons:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 750x536]
wouldn't even take out all of France, much less half the US.


You say that as if it's a bad thing.
 
2014-08-06 10:47:59 AM  

Diogenes: factoryconnection: Being gay: worst Christian sin ever not mentioned by Christ.

Advocating violence, hatred, and murder in God's name: greatest virtue ever forbidden by God ("take not my name in vain" "thou shalt not murder") and Jesus ("love one another as I have loved you," "if someone slaps your cheek, turn the other cheek to him.").

You really have to dig into the bible to understand that all that God and Jesus stuff is just filler.

The script is pretty good.  But the directors have been absolutely horrible.


I like that.  I like that a lot.
 
2014-08-06 10:54:54 AM  
GOD HAS JUST ENRICHED URANIUM

When religious nutcases get nukes, it's bad. This is the biggest religious nutcase out there.

To the shelters!
 
2014-08-06 10:56:38 AM  
morethings.com

Blasphemer.
 
2014-08-06 10:58:10 AM  
True Patriots do not wish harm upon their own nation.

True Christians do not with harm on others.

This man is neither.
 
2014-08-06 10:58:18 AM  
And they wonder why younger people are shying away from religion.
 
2014-08-06 11:01:31 AM  
yes, he would.
because Adam slept with Steve.
never mind that you don't know Adam or Steve
you didn't cut their dicks off because they love each other you bastards

God just loves us and wants us to be happy.


/I can see why he gets all the worships now
 
2014-08-06 11:03:17 AM  

kbronsito: [lochgarry.files.wordpress.com image 540x406]

what does God need with a nuclear bomb?


Heh, this.  Besides, God could think up a lot worse.
 
2014-08-06 11:05:33 AM  

Wyalt Derp: Diogenes: He goes on to show a 'website', the existence of which could not be verified, which he claims shows that the US flies rainbow flags from all of its embassies.

God hates flags.


*snort*
 
2014-08-06 11:06:40 AM  
"...God would be justified..."
Is he implying that there are situations where god isn't justified.  Isn't god justified in everything he does? He's god!

"...or one major nuclear bomb that would destroy half the country and contaminate the rest..."
I don't think he has any idea how big such a bomb would be.  I'm not sure if all the nukes ever made would destroy half the US - it would certainly contaminate the rest of the country along with the rest of the Northern Hemisphere, at least.  But god is pretty heavy handed so he might do it.  On the other hand, natural disasters are more his thing, like droughts, coastal flooding, massive hurricanes, you know, the things you might see if Global Climate Change wasn't a hoax.
 
2014-08-06 11:12:52 AM  
I think its important to remember that good has failed, up to this point, to successfully detonate a nuclear weapon. I'm not concerned about him launching one soon. He's well behind such backwoods mud holes like North Korea and Iran. Omnipotent my arse.
 
2014-08-06 11:14:00 AM  
Could God create a bomb so big he himself couldn't drop it?
 
2014-08-06 11:20:15 AM  
You know, I don't think I'm afraid if this 'God' they claim that is all powerful and all loving and all jealous and all selfish and all around an asshole. His followers? They scare me. Him? He's like an absent deadbeat dad that skipped out of town before you were one and sends a birthday card once every few years.
 
2014-08-06 11:20:52 AM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: True Patriots do not wish harm upon their own nation.

True Christians do not with harm on others.

This man is neither.


Then patriots and Christians should stand as tall as they can and shout as loud as they can that this man does not represent them. At the very least, they should be as vocal in their protests as "Patriots" and "Christians" seem to be with guys like Jeremiah Wright and Al Sharpton.
 
2014-08-06 11:23:48 AM  

paganj: I think its important to remember that good has failed, up to this point, to successfully detonate a nuclear weapon. I'm not concerned about him launching one soon. He's well behind such backwoods mud holes like North Korea and Iran. Omnipotent my arse.


What if God *IS* a bomb?
 
2014-08-06 11:25:14 AM  

Diogenes: He goes on to show a 'website', the existence of which could not be verified, which he claims shows that the US flies rainbow flags from all of its embassies.

Such an easy thing to disprove.  As if you even needed to.


tmagicworld.com
Closest thing I can think of. This is what Sweden did to the crosswalk outside the Russian Embassy in Stockholm.
 
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