Asshole Christian Missionaries Demand Tsunami Victims Convert or Starve

Jubilant at seeing the relief trucks loaded with food, clothes and the much-needed medicines the villagers, many of who have not had a square meal in days, were shocked when the nuns asked them to convert before distributing biscuits and water.

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But since 2000, Evangelical Christians across the globe have mounted a missionary effort targeting the “10/40 Window” – the Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist nations between 10 degrees and 40 degrees north latitude. East Asians, such as Koreans, as well as Westerners are active in several countries. But now the tsunami has drawn a host of smaller Christian groups to the region. They see the tragedy as an opportunity to present their spiritual message along with material aid.

That’s right folks – get ’em while they’re down.

4 thoughts on “Asshole Christian Missionaries Demand Tsunami Victims Convert or Starve

  1. Jennifer Howard

    That is not right…. no wonder people think that the Church is the Antichrist… and now onder we have agnostics(undecided) and atheists(no belief). That is just patheticand cruel. What is this world coming to? Forcing victims of a natural disaster to convert or no food is really mean. If I were there I would beat the livng crap out of those nuns becasue that’s not right at all. THis world is going downhill fast and the government is f*%^$ing Americans over by making stupid laws like random drug tests on any student that they feel needs it without their permission or their parents… which is wrong. I would love to continue complaining about things that I plan to eventually do something about, but I have homework I need to work on. You can email me back at jenna734@hotmail.com if you have any comments on what I wrote. Thank you. Have a nice day!!!:)

  2. anonymus

    Bullshitt, too many are serious concerned abou the people they are serving. Don’t take a few ‘assholes’ as example for what is happening. Christ still feeds the needy through ordinary people, and social need is independent of faith and/or orientation. Assistance to those in need is giving by far the majority of missionaries without further questions asked. That’s how I know people on the mission field. Precisely because of unconditional love a few might even convert to jesus Christ.

    Thanks.

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