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    leave it to the religious right to get it wrong.


    You can burn it to boil some drinking water so you don’t get Dysentery


    Christians always prey on the weak, stupid or young.


    lol rolling papers


    At least they’ll have something to burn for fire. Unfortunately the chemicals within that book won’t be healthy.

    Why do anything at all? You cunts bitch either way and those backward war mongering niggers got less than they deserved. Before the hurricane most people had written off Haiti anyway.

    Now lets take all the free money, horde it, and build our triumphant buildings without reinforcing anything with rebar again.


    Good job, Navi. Now you’re a racist lying troll, instead of just a lying troll.

    DO you find fulfillment being the proof of the greater internet fuckwad theory?

    Alec Dalek

    A fat christian guy giving someone a bible instead of food. Classic fail.


    You guys are telling me you’ve never eaten a book before?

    Shits fuckin’ delicious.

    Yall pussys ain’t lived yet man.


    I’ve eaten that very book. Well, the book of revelation at least. It seemed like a good idea at the time, as did the very large amount of alcohol before that. (It was my 18th birthday, the legal age of drinking here, and Gideons people had visited my school and handed out free bibles)


    That reminds me of the phrase “Stop praying and do something.”


    yeah, give them bibles,…much more efficient

    why feed them when they’ll just die of diseases,..better to give them bibles to pray and be at peace with death


    this must be where the cholera epidemic started.


    I love the look on her face! “WTF is this shit?”


    I read about an Eskimo hunter who asked the local missionary priest, ‘If I did not know about God and sin, would I go to hell?’ ‘No,’ said the priest, ‘not if you did not know.’ ‘Then why,’ asked the Eskimo earnestly, ‘did you tell me?’

    Annie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, 1974

    Gimme a cheeseburger and keep your fancy reading books to yourself, you asshole!


    christians spreading their filth always makes me want to punch someone.


    I just find it sad that the two Christians seem so proud of themselves, as though they really believe they’ve changed their lives.

    I love how sympathetic you all are. Now point to Haiti on a map…

    Better yet go live in a Haitian neighborhood. Hell walk in one after dark.

    Exactly. You are all much more full of shit than any of your dreaded Christians.


    It just bugs me that people of faith (regardless of which faith, mostly) think they’ve done something significant in the lives of these people by the simple act of giving them bibles, that they may not even be able to read. Certainly there are many christian groups that give much more concrete help for the lives of people in tragic or desperate situations. Unfortunately even most of those don’t do much in the way of sustainable aid. Giving away rice to the starving is, ostensibly, a good deed…except when it destroys the already fragile economic system. Giving aid is usually… Read more »


    See picture on Internet, jump to conclusions…


    Don’t be vague. Spell it out. For Jesus!


    Well how do you know they’re not handing out food as well, and Haiti being ~96% Christian maybe the Bibles were meant to give hope during the disaster. It’s not like they’re forcing them to take the bibles.


    I wouldn’t be surprised if they forced a sermon and a bible on the people before they helped, this is not an uncommon practice for Christian charities.

    I prefer secular charities that spend all their money on helping instead of putting a hook into every meal they serve the needy.

    I’m sick of churches going after the weak and so should any moral person be.


    “…they had the Bible and we had the land. They said, ‘Let us pray.’ We closed our eyes. When we opened them we had the Bible and they had the land.” – Desmond Tutu

    He was talking about Africa, but this applies to so many different peoples and lands (including “the Motherland” herself, Great Britain)


    W.C. Brann remarked, “Christianity, that religion which sits up nights to agonize because a few naked Negroes in equatorial Africa never heard Eve’s snake story.”