Patriotism is Dependent Upon Being Rightly Religious

That’s right my fanatical flock, “patriotism is dependent upon religion”. But it has to be the Right Religion, or it doesn’t count.

Let Me just lay out in simple terms why this is self-evidently true:

If you are religious, you can be Rightly Religious or Wrongly Religious:

  • Rightly Religious = you are an American who believes in the God as per the Bible – it is the Word and the Truth and it is Right, always, no questions. You automatically love America and therefore have a very good chance of chilling out for eternity at my Heavenly pad when you’re done on Earth (if you’re good i.e. pray regularly and fear Me)
  • Wrongly Religious = you are an American who believes in God, but not the Right God as per the Bible, and therefore you automatically hate America and have a 100% chance in ending up in Satan’s miserable den for being so wrong.

And then there are the Irreligious.

So to summarize, less than 4% of the world’s current population* are the only ones going to My eternal chill out Zone when their time is done on Earth.

* calculated as follows: world population (6.4 billion) – Rightly Religious Americans (around 227 million). Everyone else misses out unless they get a US citizenship and believe in what I clearly explained in the Bible.

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3 Responses to Patriotism is Dependent Upon Being Rightly Religious

  1. Bruce says:

    Would you believe that this crap is being spouted by someone knighted amongst an order that is recognised by the UN as being a proponent of humanitarianism and human rights, and a resolver of religious conflicts? Oh yeah. It doesn’t get any zanier.

  2. Ryan says:

    You are an idiot, just because you don’t believe in God doesn’t mean you are not patriotic. I served in Operation Enduring Freedom and deployed three times and I love my country, because it is the only one where you can believe what you want to believe, that is our choice, our freedoms.

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