Monday, November 10, 2014

The World Tomorrow May Be Ruled By A Woman!




Did you knew that the ruler of the Kingdom of God could possibly be a woman?  She would be directly under JC on the organizational chart. 

The ministry is beginning to be streamlined and organized in a fashion that better prepares everyone for what lies ahead of us, including the Millennium. Some of those changes have already begun. One important change involves the preparation of the immediate structure of the Church once we enter the Millennium. Although it did not strike me at the time when it took place, the recent ordination of a third prophet in the Church was picked up by quite a few people as they realized this could mean that a woman, if not part of the 144,000, would be the physical head of the Church at the beginning of the Millennium, just as I am now, as an apostle, the physical head of the Church under Jesus Christ. It is wise to note here that God is preparing someone for that role and it will be someone well trained and molded for it. Read it here
I can just see it now.  In that World Tomorrow, Dave Pack will be humbled and will be her chauffeur and Rod Meredith will be cleaning her palace in his bright pink speedo.  Flurry will be doing what he does best, making alcohol for her parties.

The mind of Weinerdude Weinland just gets crazier day by day!  I think he has too much free time with Bubba in that jail cell!

15 comments:

James said...

Is Weinland the 'women' in jail? One has to wonder.

Blake Whiteman said...

Just had to mock women with ugly sexist cartoon?
Too far out for a woman to be in some kind of powerful position?
Sad.

Anonymous said...

Oh Blakie! Get a life. Have you seen the Weinland women? They are anything BUT pretty! Nasty hags that are abusive towards any wine who disagrees with them. They take widows money to fund their greedy lavish lifestyles. Perhaps you can be Audra's thrird husband. She's quite fond of getting new ones when the older model will no longer submit to her.

Anonymous said...

Sexist? Did someone forget his Happy Pills this morning?

Connie Schmidt said...

I thought the cartoon women were funny and cute!

Anonymous said...

I've often thought that Ron's wife Laura rules over him.

Perhaps this is a Freudian confirmation of that.

In fact, maybe Ron even WANTED to be in jail, so he can cower while his wife and daughter can tower over him.

What a deal for the Weinland ladies, to have their cash cow in a cage while they travel the world collecting the winnings!

The longer he's in the slammer, the longer they'll twinkle with glamor!

Anonymous said...

I just don't like human authority. Most of those who have it do not know how to properly wield it, and do not have the best interests of my peers or myself at heart. The gender of the authority figure is immaterial to me. The Lake of Fire strikes me as being wonderful and welcome relief to all of this "rod of iron" crap.

~Miguel de la Rodente

Anonymous said...

Now that Ron has Bubba for a prison-husband, maybe Laura is turning the tables with a new man in her life who's into that fem-dom thing.

old EXPCG hag said...

Probably will.

Black Ops Mikey said...

Hasn't anyone else watched Futurama?

NO2HWA said...

Blake: How do you get "sexist" out a a Futurama cartoon? That's stretching it pretty far!

Connie Schmidt said...

Futurama is cool!

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, like a retrovirus, Armstrongism often continues to infect a person's new, post-Armstrong, recovery belief system. It appears that Blake has found new reasons to disapprove the forbidden works of Matt Groening. He is emulating an underarm (pity).

Anonymous said...

My wife is a Matt Groening fan, and she read his books (including "Love Is Hell", "Work Is Hell" and "School Is Hell"), before the popularity of the Simpsons and Futurama.
Those anthropomorphic rabbits- and other characters with severe overbites- have more insight than that of any COG preacher.

Comics like this make me realize that if only HWA had demanded castration, his legacy would be a smaller hell than it now is.

Retired Prof said...

Anon at 6:53 says in part, ". . . if only HWA had demanded castration, his legacy would be a smaller hell than it now is."

True. In a sense, though, HWA did demand castration. He insisted that we should cut off our rational faculty. That was the only way we could accept the absurdities he expected us to embrace with zeal. Psychological castration.

Too bad so many people were less attached to their brains than their gonads.