Catching Dyslexia

False Prophet Ronald Weinland was back in Detroit, where it was hotter than expected. His sermon was on perfection, a topic which he is a long way from understanding.  Weinland’s God created Jesus, a perfect individual who never misspoke and was perfectly appropriate.  However, Weinland’s God made the rest of us imperfect requiring the sacrifice of a perfect being before we can be accepted.  Oh, and a God who created evil to boot.  Something that makes complete sense to its believers although it can’t be satisfactorily explained.

Ron did not harp on all the tornadic activity, which is pretty much all that he has to point to physically now into the 10th of the 40 weeks of devastation to be visited on the US and other scattered nations of Israel. Rather, our Spokesman Witness is looking for the economy to fail to get people’s attention.  That’s what he needs the first trumpet to be (loss of green money) since it hasn’t turned out to be the loss of 1/3 of vegetation.  At least not from my view on the bike trail this morning, and having to mow the lawn after only 5 days because Ron hasn’t used his Witness powers to shut up the heavens.  By the way, I rode about 12 miles this morning, which isn’t bad for someone who died a speedy internal death during the last 2 & 1/2 years as a consequence of mocking a false prophet who cursed me rather than praying for me.


  • Mark says:

    Jesus is Weinland’s stumbling block. He doesn’t know Him, and therefore can’t preach about him. This is why Weinland is a jumbled mess.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Mark: Don;t be surprised that Weinland doesn’t stumble over Jesus. I was raised in the WWCG, and Jesus was portrayed as a guy who fulfilled his purpose so that Herbert W. Armstrong could preach his message! Notice how it is ALWAYS God’s commission, Christ returns to fulfill GOD’s purpose, Jesus Christ didn’t even speak to the ‘world” during his ministry, so technically Ron is the real HERO here for warning the world by giving Internet sermons and avoiding critical media. Ron MUST avoid Jesus in order to keep his message intact. So Ron actually isn’t a Christian in any proper sense of the word. But the behaviour of the so-called “religious” and anyone who believes in Harold Camping, Ronald Weinland and others of late is such that I am beginning to despise them more than I despise Ron.

    If you are a Ronald Weinland follower and are reading this right now…please go to the doctor and see if Celexa is right for you…

  • Rambo says:

    ‘Global disasters not increasing – it’s just mass media’

  • Mark says:

    “Mark: Don;t be surprised that Weinland doesn’t stumble over Jesus.”

    My point is that he is stumbling, but he doesn’t know it. Neither did HWA.

  • jan says:

    He has created a false Jesus, one that is not the Jesus of the Bible. Just as the Mormons who teach that Jesus and Satan are brothers, that is a false Jesus that goes with their false gospel. He will be very surprised and suffer great loss when he stands before the real Jesus of the Bible on judgement day.

  • Baywolfe says:

    Yeah, Mike, the golf courses of America obviously missed Ron’s prophecies as well. Last weekend, Muirfield Village in Columbus, OH was as beautiful as I’ve ever seen it.

    Even our little muni’s here in Dallas are in great shape. Maybe god loves golfers more than he loves Ron.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Now THAT is real estate worth saving. I have golfed some absolutely GORGEOUS little courses in the USA. Walking down a New England fairway in the Fall with the leaves and the crisp air = absolute HEAVEN!

  • James says:

    Of what landscape might Ron enjoy golfing at in the afterlife?
    Starting out with hole #1 Limbo Lane, going on to hole #2, Lusty loon, then on and on to the final hole, #9, Treachery Trove.

    Perhaps dear readers you can add a bit more here for a little fun and games using this as a guide:

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    I hope Ron lives a good life in a non-extradition country with all the money he sucked out of the fools that bought into his system. He is so completely false that you would have to REALLY want to believe him to follow anything he says. It is their constitutional right to throw their pearls where they may, and Ron’s constitutional right to gather it under the guise of “God”.
    Without a congregation Ron is NOTHING.

    So good on you Ron for being an evil bastard who understands the both the American legal system AND the fact that you can never underestimate religious stupidity.

  • Richard Ball says:

    This thread about Ron not being right about/with Jesus is bang-on. With Ron it’s always God God God and never Jesus. He who has seen Jesus has seen the Father, Ron. The wine you drink and preach should be Jesus-forward, or it’s not the gospel.

  • jack635 says:

    With Ron it’s always God God God and never Jesus

    That is so true. He does not mention the name of Jesus very often. It’s always God. There are many gods in this world.

  • jan says:

    Going back to Ron’s roots under HWA, we see that he never used Jesus much either. Another interesting fact is that there was only 1 hymn in the purple hymnal that even had Jesus’ name in it, “Onward, Christian Soldiers,” the line being, “With the cross of Jesus going on before.” It was always God, the Father, the Almighty, the Eternal. I remember the days GTA and others would mock the “worldly” preachers by pretending to imitate them, “Jeeeee-zuuus!” they would squawk and then make fun of them because they didn’t “have the truth.” He is doing what he was trained and conditioned to do.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    That’s absolutely right Jan! Oh god, that f**king purple hymnal! “Even the wisdom of mankind, is to God but foolish…” Remember that line?

    Yeah, astrophysics, medicine, propositional logic, philosophy, music theory, geometry, art…good thing we had HWA to keep us safe from all that foolishness!

  • jack635 says:

    good thing we had HWA to keep us safe from all that foolishness!

    He kept everyone safe from art by packing his mansion, I mean “college”, with art made out of silver and gold.

  • Mark says:

    “He kept everyone safe from art by packing his mansion, I mean “college”, with art made out of silver and gold.”

    Exactly. HWA taught all the COG ministers (including Ron Weinland) how important money and control are. There’s not a one of them that I consider a true minister of Jesus Christ. Their “so-called” HWA ministerial credentials are nothing more than a piece of paper.

  • jack635 says:

    Their “so-called” HWA ministerial credentials are nothing more than a piece of paper.

    lol. Like mine? I got a Doctor of Divinity by mail order. I guess if I wanted to, I could start a “church” and get people to send money to me to help pay for “the work”, a mansion, and some nice cars. Oh and I need a G5.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Hey Jack, where did you get your Doctor of Divinity from? I want one too!

  • jack635 says:

    Universal Life Church, Modesto California. They will give you ordained minister credentials for FREE. The credentials allow you all the perks of being a minister. It’s not a joke. It’s legal in most states.

  • Mark says:

    “Like mine?”

    Yeah, like yours.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Speaking of ministers, Ron’s sermon yesterday went STRAIGHT into tithing right after one of the locals prayed that God would fill their heads with knowledge of his “beautiful” plan. Then Ron went into scripture and showed the crowd how amazingly simple and clear it was that corn was like money!

    Oh God, the Ronald Weinland Gospel Show is getting better and better all the time! LOL!

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Oops! I mean “wheat”, not corn.

    Then Ron explains how Antwerp reminded him of the soon coming destruction of the planet. That, of course, wouldn’t happen to have anything to do with all the drunks and drug users running the central train station area would it Ron?

    THEN, in a feat of spiritual “lucidity” Ron says that God’s plan for us is mysterious and hard to figure out! He just said a couple minutes earlier though that God is totally clear and simple to understand (when it comes to tithing)!

    Sickeningly hilarious!

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Oh and a couple more things:

    1. Harold Camping had a stroke. I wish him good health and a full recovery, and hope he can get back to his lunacy as soon as possible.

    2. Prosperity preacher Creflo Dollar (real name) is supporting pedophiliac preacher Eddie Long, calling those who have rejected his ministry “hypocrites”!

    Keep spreading God’s Word there guys. I might start forgetting that I am going to Hell for NOT wanting the world to end or NOT going on holidays with young boys, just as “Jesus” did.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Hmmm. Looks like Malawi is more socially progressive than the Western countries when it comes to religious idiots like Camping and Weinland.

    One of Camping’s followers has was arrested for handing out literature that “threatened the peace and security of Malawians”!

  • jack635 says:

    2. Prosperity preacher Creflo Dollar (real name) is supporting pedophiliac preacher Eddie Long, calling those who have rejected his ministry “hypocrites”!

    Creflo Dollar! lol I havent heard of him since the cops were investigating him for wiping his @ss with $100 bills. It wasn’t an insinuation. The cops found used money in the septic tank.

    I for one am glad the old liar had a stroke. Maybe it will shut him up so he can’t ruin anymore lives. And I won’t say what I think should happen to Ron.

  • jack635 says:


    Besides Google, what is the most popular search engine in Oz? Please and thank you.

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    Lol, my sister used to work for Creflo here at his Oz branch – luckily she got out. He was SO dodgy.

    Jack, I’d have to say Google is most popular here too! And Yahoo.