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4 days ago  
Astonishing.
 
4 days ago  
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Good lord... how the fark is he still alive? It makes a good argument for demonic possession.

Also, "Warrior Ideal of Christian Men"? You go, girl!
 
4 days ago  

fatassbastard: Good lord... how the fark is he still alive? It makes a good argument for demonic possession.


I was gonna say, he looked like he was rotting away years ago.  The only possible change is a cease in all life functions.
 
4 days ago  
He goes from mild mannered lib, Michael Moore,

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and when he takes off his glasses, he becomes Super Asshole!

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4 days ago  
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I relish the look of fear on his face. It's so delicious!
 
4 days ago  

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I relish the look of fear on his face. It's so delicious!


Was he threatened by bone saws?  Or did the amount of cloth headgear nearby frighten him?
 
4 days ago  

Alphax: Bathia_Mapes: [Fark user image 450x236] [View Full Size image _x_]
I relish the look of fear on his face. It's so delicious!

Was he threatened by bone saws?  Or did the amount of cloth headgear nearby frighten him?


He was one of the main proponents of Trump's immigration ban on majority Muslim countries and views Muslims as terrorists, so you can well imagine how fearful and uncomfortable he must have been to be thousands of miles from home and surrounded by a group of Muslim men.

I hope he was so scared that he needed clear underwear afterwards because his virulent anti-Islamic rhetoric was and still is vile beyond reason.
 
4 days ago  

Bathia_Mapes: Alphax: Bathia_Mapes: [Fark user image 450x236] [View Full Size image _x_]
I relish the look of fear on his face. It's so delicious!

Was he threatened by bone saws?  Or did the amount of cloth headgear nearby frighten him?

He was one of the main proponents of Trump's immigration ban on majority Muslim countries and views Muslims as terrorists, so you can well imagine how fearful and uncomfortable he must have been to be thousands of miles from home and surrounded by a group of Muslim men.

I hope he was so scared that he needed clear underwear afterwards because his virulent anti-Islamic rhetoric was and still is vile beyond reason.


"Clear underwear" and Steve Bannon in the same novel?

unghh no
 
4 days ago  
"Promise Keepers is planning to gather 80,000 Christian men at Dallas Cowboys stadium. Harrison said that his group will host "10,000 underprivileged boys" who "don't have fathers," adding that "this'll be their first chance to see what men look like-real men."

So it's a mass grooming event for 'christian men' to pick up boys?
 
4 days ago  
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He can always go back to writing his cinematic masterpieces:

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4 days ago  
Fta: "It's about time a white man talked to Black people like you do,"

Of all the things that never happened.
That never happened the most.

And no, white Christian nationalism is not a solution, it is * the* problem
 
4 days ago  
He looks like my old boss. The guy that borrowed $3200 from me and disappeared.
 
4 days ago  

Xanlexian: [i.imgur.com image 498x489]

He can always go back to writing his cinematic masterpieces:

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Citizens United productions? It's like an ouroboros of Poeslaw.
 
4 days ago  
And is that the dude from Duck Dynasty?
 
4 days ago  
Funny, I thought Jesus was a pacifist. They must be talking about some other guy.
 
4 days ago  

rosekolodny: Xanlexian: [i.imgur.com image 498x489]

He can always go back to writing his cinematic masterpieces:

[i.imgur.com image 489x719]

Citizens United productions? It's like an ouroboros of Poeslaw.


They've produced a lot of strange things. I know "don't judge a book by its cover" and all, but just check out some of the titles. Plus, because it's Citizens United, I'm 100% judging.
 
4 days ago  
All Republican "Christians" are vile shiatbags.
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-stolen
 
4 days ago  
Who the f*ck is he to comment on a "warrior ideal"?
Or Christianity, for that matter?
Motherf*cker wears 5 shirts at a time so no one can see his grotesquely distended liver.
 
4 days ago  
Football is the ultimate alpha male sport. It's for the toughest and strongest, both physically and mentally. These men live by a warrior's code, something you probably cannot begin to understand.
 
4 days ago  
I'm shocked that Steve Bannon was pardoned and his co-conspirators who faced the same charges from the same set of facts were not. Shocked I say.
 
4 days ago  
I had no idea that PromiseKeepers were still around.  I thought they morphed into incels.
 
4 days ago  

Xanlexian: rosekolodny: Xanlexian: [i.imgur.com image 498x489]

He can always go back to writing his cinematic masterpieces:

[i.imgur.com image 489x719]

Citizens United productions? It's like an ouroboros of Poeslaw.

They've produced a lot of strange things. I know "don't judge a book by its cover" and all, but just check out some of the titles. Plus, because it's Citizens United, I'm 100% judging.


Oh wow.  I thought the production company was a separate entity that was fanboying over the citizens united decision or something.  That's wild.
 
4 days ago  
And Ms.Jenner has weighed in on trans athletes. Surprisingly* she came out (sorry) on the GOP side of the message.

*I lied.
 
4 days ago  
Promise Keepers, founded by former football coach Bill McCartney, [This should have been your first warning that this group should have been called the closet keepers]  made a splash in the 1990s with gatherings in football stadiums and a huge 1997 rally on the National Mall dubbed "Stand in the Gap." Following that model, for two days in July, Promise Keepers is planning to gather 80,000 Christian men at Dallas Cowboys stadium. Harrison said that his group will host "10,000 underprivileged boys" who "don't have fathers," adding that "this'll be their first chance to see what men look like-real men." [Delicious, buff men. Ask Ted Haggart about our delicious, buff men]
The public-facing ideology of the 1990s Promise Keepers might have been described, as it was by one journalist, as "Dad is still in charge, but he's kinder, gentler, and a lot more spiritual."  [We promise as we beat our wives, we will at least tell them we love them.]

But even then its leaders talked about engaging in spiritual war, which, as the late People For the American Way President Arthur Kropp noted in 1994, echoed the language of the "cultural war" waged by then-presidential hopeful and former White House aide Pat Buchanan, [The douche buck stops here.]

"[t]he group's current militarized language and imagery matches the increasingly violent rhetoric of resistance and revolution from the far right."
That is certainly true today. Harrison told Bannon that the ((globalists)) and Chinse communists that Bannon constantly rails against are advancing their agenda by "destroying the identity of the American people." Harrison warned that "passive Christian men" have not been "standing up for what's right," enabling the LGBTQ movement to advance beyond "homosexual marriage" to "men putting on dresses and being called women and playing on women's basketball teams." [We can't have you out peopleexposing us for who we really are How can we blackmail you then.]

And:
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4 days ago  

Shirley Ujest: I had no idea that PromiseKeepers were still around.  I thought they morphed into incels.


most of them are onecels. That is, they married the first woman they dated just to get it over with.
 
4 days ago  

ghostfacekillahrabbit: I'm shocked that Steve Bannon was pardoned and his co-conspirators who faced the same charges from the same set of facts were not. Shocked I say.


bags of cash do wonders.
 
4 days ago  

Schroedinger's Glory Hole: Football is the ultimate alpha male sport. It's for the toughest and strongest, both physically and mentally. These men live by a warrior's code, something you probably cannot begin to understand.


it's also a good excuse to reach between a guys legs to get that ball. And a legally sanctioned way for patting your fellow players on the butt.
 
4 days ago  
Pear-shaped, unshaven alcoholic extolls the virtues of "warrior ideal of Christian men."
 
4 days ago  

fatassbastard: [files.rightwingwatch.org image 800x450]
Good lord... how the fark is he still alive? It makes a good argument for demonic possession.

Also, "Warrior Ideal of Christian Men"? You go, girl!


Honestly, I think he has looked worse.
 
4 days ago  

Astorix: Promise Keepers, founded by former football coach Bill McCartney, [This should have been your first warning that this group should have been called the closet keepers]  made a splash in the 1990s with gatherings in football stadiums and a huge 1997 rally on the National Mall dubbed "Stand in the Gap." Following that model, for two days in July, Promise Keepers is planning to gather 80,000 Christian men at Dallas Cowboys stadium. Harrison said that his group will host "10,000 underprivileged boys" who "don't have fathers," adding that "this'll be their first chance to see what men look like-real men." [Delicious, buff men. Ask Ted Haggart about our delicious, buff men]
The public-facing ideology of the 1990s Promise Keepers might have been described, as it was by one journalist, as "Dad is still in charge, but he's kinder, gentler, and a lot more spiritual."  [We promise as we beat our wives, we will at least tell them we love them.]

But even then its leaders talked about engaging in spiritual war, which, as the late People For the American Way President Arthur Kropp noted in 1994, echoed the language of the "cultural war" waged by then-presidential hopeful and former White House aide Pat Buchanan, [The douche buck stops here.]

"[t]he group's current militarized language and imagery matches the increasingly violent rhetoric of resistance and revolution from the far right."
That is certainly true today. Harrison told Bannon that the ((globalists)) and Chinse communists that Bannon constantly rails against are advancing their agenda by "destroying the identity of the American people." Harrison warned that "passive Christian men" have not been "standing up for what's right," enabling the LGBTQ movement to advance beyond "homosexual marriage" to "men putting on dresses and being called women and playing on women's basketball teams." [We can't have you out peopleexposing us for who we really are How can we blackmail you then.]

And:
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Yeah, but Hillary in the pizza store basement or something.
 
4 days ago  

Xanlexian: rosekolodny: Xanlexian: [i.imgur.com image 498x489]

He can always go back to writing his cinematic masterpieces:

[i.imgur.com image 489x719]

Citizens United productions? It's like an ouroboros of Poeslaw.

They've produced a lot of strange things. I know "don't judge a book by its cover" and all, but just check out some of the titles. Plus, because it's Citizens United, I'm 100% judging.


There is not a single one of those titles that wouldn't be vastly better if it started with "Pounded in the Butt by..."
 
4 days ago  
"this'll be their first chance to see what men look like-real men."

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4 days ago  

Astorix: Promise Keepers, founded by former football coach Bill McCartney, [This should have been your first warning that this group should have been called the closet keepers]  made a splash in the 1990s with gatherings in football stadiums and a huge 1997 rally on the National Mall dubbed "Stand in the Gap." Following that model, for two days in July, Promise Keepers is planning to gather 80,000 Christian men at Dallas Cowboys stadium. Harrison said that his group will host "10,000 underprivileged boys" who "don't have fathers," adding that "this'll be their first chance to see what men look like-real men." [Delicious, buff men. Ask Ted Haggart about our delicious, buff men]
The public-facing ideology of the 1990s Promise Keepers might have been described, as it was by one journalist, as "Dad is still in charge, but he's kinder, gentler, and a lot more spiritual."  [We promise as we beat our wives, we will at least tell them we love them.]

But even then its leaders talked about engaging in spiritual war, which, as the late People For the American Way President Arthur Kropp noted in 1994, echoed the language of the "cultural war" waged by then-presidential hopeful and former White House aide Pat Buchanan, [The douche buck stops here.]

"[t]he group's current militarized language and imagery matches the increasingly violent rhetoric of resistance and revolution from the far right."
That is certainly true today. Harrison told Bannon that the ((globalists)) and Chinse communists that Bannon constantly rails against are advancing their agenda by "destroying the identity of the American people." Harrison warned that "passive Christian men" have not been "standing up for what's right," enabling the LGBTQ movement to advance beyond "homosexual marriage" to "men putting on dresses and being called women and playing on women's basketball teams." [We can't have you out peopleexposing us for who we really are How can we blackmail you then.]

And:
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Isn't it so strange when god comes out and reinforces all your already-held beliefs?
Crazy right????
 
4 days ago  

Ms. Hushpuppy: Funny, I thought Jesus was a pacifist. They must be talking about some other guy.


Republican Jesus, duh.
 
4 days ago  
"Where are the warrior Christian men?"

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4 days ago  

Flincher: All Republican "Christians" are vile shiatbags.
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No!
 
4 days ago  
It's nice to see Steve has cleaned himself up a little. LoL
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4 days ago  
Not quite the same group, but the same mentality:

Meanwhile, the boy's father has to do his part. He needs to mirror and affirm his son's maleness. He can play rough-and-tumble games with his son, in ways that are decidedly different from the games he would play with a little girl. He can help his son learn to throw and catch a ball. He can teach him to pound a square wooden peg into a square hole in a pegboard. He can even take his son with him into the shower, where the boy cannot help but notice that Dad has a penis, just like his, only bigger.
-James Dobson
 
4 days ago  

Xanlexian: masterpieces:

Everything about this image is so wrong it has become right
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When a man stops believing in god he can believe anything...like a Trumper have for example, or an OafKreeper, or whatever the fark  Phil Robertson is in that picture, and why is he holding a Bible the Trump did except not upside down.
 
4 days ago  

ghostfacekillahrabbit: I'm shocked that Steve Bannon was pardoned and his co-conspirators who faced the same charges from the same set of facts were not. Shocked I say.


Thankfully, he can still be sued civilly by those who donated. Not that I am sad that they the bigoted idiots got ripped off, but it just rankles that Bannon gets to keep the money he stole.
 
4 days ago  

DrD'isInfotainment: Xanlexian: masterpieces:
Everything about this image is so wrong it has become right
[Fark user image image 489x719]When a man stops believing in god he can believe anything...like a Trumper have for example, or an OafKreeper, or whatever the fark  Phil Robertson is in that picture, and why is he holding a Bible the Trump did except not upside down.


Why does he need a bible and an AR for duck hunting selling his shiatty whistles?
 
4 days ago  
Imagine being so pathetic that you look at that guy and think, "He's got the answer."
 
4 days ago  
Something people don't know about Steve Bannon, the Dark Genius, and this is 100% true, but something people don't know about Steve Bannon is that he is ALWAYS jerking off under the table. Doesn't matter when, doesn't matter where, doesn't matter if you THINK you see both hands, no matter the table, if Steve Bannon is sat at it, he is 100% jerking off under that table the second he sits down
 
4 days ago  
Yes - in shocking news, a dude who looks like THIS turns out to be a toxic troll.
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4 days ago  

swahnhennessy: Who the f*ck is he to comment on a "warrior ideal"?
Or Christianity, for that matter?
Motherf*cker wears 5 shirts at a time so no one can see his grotesquely distended liver.


This whole rebranding of the Nazi Ubermensch is just...bizarre, and it's actually kind of weird that so few people seem to recognize it. It's the same blend of toxic masculinity and artificial grievance.

It's pretty much inevitable that the GOP is going to fall entirely to fascism. The whole perspective is just too attractive, partly because it doesn't ask much of its adherents, (you can be a hero warrior prince saving America from the unholy Communists without getting up from the couch), and partly because of the way it flips the narrative (Minorities aren't the victims, YOU are! You were robbed of your rightful and just place in the world by the undeserving!) If you're GOP, and you require enemies to stay relevant, and you can see that your party is functioning on dwindling reserves...well, this is the late-stage strategy for the ideology. Their only other option is to retrench along more progressive lines, and they've already sold their souls to "Never surrender!"
 
4 days ago  

Flincher: All Republican "Christians" are vile shiatbags.
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She's the lady who always leaves counterfeit money with bible-screed on it as a tip.
 
4 days ago  
Was there ever a reason to think he wouldn't be?
 
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