Stronger and harder than a bad girl's dream. (lost_angel) wrote,
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http://objectiveministries.tripod.com/propaganda.html

I think I'm going to be sick.

This religious article went from anti-evolution and anti-PBS to socio-political and anti-computer. It started off being illogical and without support or evidence to truly steeped in fear and witch-burning ignorance.

While I've always disliked MacIntoshes, it has just been based on preference and good-natured consumer wars. This guy honestly thinks that Apple Computers and Open-Source licensing equals trickery into the dark lifestyle of Satan, Darwinism and Communism.

Just a little clip:
Another reader (it has been busy today!) has informed me of another link between Apple and the forces of darkness that my initial research missed. Apparently the Darwin OS is not the original creation of Apple Computers but is instead based off of an older, obsolete OS called "BSD Unix". The child-indoctrinatingly-cute cartoon mascot of this OS is a devil holding a pitchfork (pictured above). This OS -- and its Darwin offspring -- extensively use what are called "daemons" (which is how Pagans write "demon" -- they are notoriously poor spellers: magick, vampyre, etc.) which is a program that hides in the background, doing things without the user's notice. If you are using a new Macintosh running OS X then you probably have these "daemons" on your computer, hardly something a good Christian would want! This clearly illustrates that not only is Macintosh based on Darwinism, but Darwinism is based on Satanism.


Does this mean that Apple's opposition, Microsoft, is pro-American and pro-Christian?

And just wait til you read what he has to say about Pokemon!!

This is not a joke, guys. I am positively ill.
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