Thursday, January 5, 2012

Seed money

Will no one rid us of this jumped-up creep? You know, find him a real job?
Destiny Church is understood to have acquired a 10-acre block of land in South Auckland to builid* its own community.
*Oooh the newspaper speeled build wrong!?!?!.
 
But, anyway, this fecking man, who is shyster of the first water, is putting the squeeze on the gullible who fill his fecking self-aggrandisement wankfest.
Tamaki is now understood to be calling for donations from his congregation.
 And, as is the way with these people, it all comes down to secks.

"Much of your seed is going to go toward the foundations of an offering toward our promised land, and that beginning is not going to come without a fruitful start financially," he said at the service.
Really, people can believe any old tosh they want as far as I care, but surely they can see through this creeparse and his decimation of their wallets whilst he rides around on a  Harley.

18 comments:

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I am willing to relieve him of some of his lucre in the form of architectural fees.

Another Kiwi said...

I am not sure that any actual money will pass from Tamaki to go to actual buildings. But have a go, something explodable, perhaps?

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Will no one rid us of this jumped-up creep? You know, find him a real job?

Hey, don't look at us Yanks, we already took that damn Roy Comfort guy off your hands... your perfectly shaped (to hold a banana) hands.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I am not sure that any actual money will pass from Tamaki to go to actual buildings.

Who said anything about actual buildings?

Alexia said...

... a troublesome priest, indeed.

I am past being surprised at people's stupidity.

tigris said...

He certainly won't be spending any of his ill-gotten gain on shampoo if the photo is any indication.

vacuumslayer said...

I had NO idea they built those tacky mega-churches outside The States. Ouch. Ick. Gross.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Bishop polishing don't come cheap.
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Substance McGravitas said...

If it's seed that's worth money I have plenty stored in jars in the basement. I'll sell for cheap!

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Anyway, feck that guy.
I am chasing other asshole clients.

Oscar Palmstrøm said...

The wikipedia entry on Destiny Church is interesting. Tamaki is almost like a Platonic Ideal Form of the Charismatic Fundamentalist - Bishop Eddie Long without the buggery.

I will never understand why people subject themselves to these money-grubbing mini-Popes. What a waste of time (and lives) the Reformation was!

Also, apparently the Blogger word verification system is a monkey with a typewriter

Laura said...

My Grandmother used to say that anybody can think up any old thing and they will always find people to believe in and follow them.

I saw the "much of your seed" thing and almost puked. Yuck! Yuck! Yuck!

I need to come up with some sort of "church". The Gospel According to Laura. We could meet every Wednesday for lunch at McDonalds. :P

((Hugs))
Laura

Another Kiwi said...

Laura! Have you not seen the M sign outside of those houses of abomination??
They look like palm trees don't they?
And palm trees grow in deserts. Where MOSELIMS live!!!
Also L.Ron Hubbard Scientology founder and science fiction writer: "To get really rich you have to invent a religion"

Mentis Fugit said...

What's the difference between a megachurch and a shearing shed?

The question is rhetorical. When the preachers speak of their "flock", one knows from whence they come.

I thought Tamaki's shorn already tithed?

Hmmm, "Density Church"? Heheh.

Another Kiwi said...

Yep they already tithe, but I guess that goes on motorbikes and hair gel.

Smut Clyde said...

Tamaki is almost like a Platonic Ideal Form of the Charismatic Fundamentalist - Bishop Eddie Long without the buggery.

It is as if Tamaki studied at the feet of Eddie Long.

alison said...

Laura said I need to come up with some sort of "church". So maybe Smut could resurrect (haha) the Greater Rreunification Church of Super Budgerigar??

Smut Clyde said...

Let the record show that the religion to which Alison refers is the Greater Reunificatory Church of the Globe Artichoke. For evangelistic reasons it was decided to downplay the central role of a drug-addled giant budgerigar as the religion's deity.