Sunday, December 10, 2006

The Bastard Fairies Are Trying to Harm a Little Girl

Please forgive me for the cuss words like "bastard" and worse spoken by this little 8-year-old girl in a "bastard fairies" video about Bill O'Reilly and his Oprah appearance put out by someone called The Bastard Fairies. Obviously The Bastard Fairies have gotten ahold of this little lively girl and coached her into saying stuff about Bill O'Reilly and Christians and what the little girl keeps calling "religion, religion, religion" in the video -- the supposed source of all bad things in the world. Please pray that despite the little girl's bad influences, Jesus will capture both her heart and the hearts of whomever makes up The Bastard Fairies. God is able!

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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you aware that the girl is Native American and her people were badly mistreated (often the "genocide of nations) in the name of Christ?

Anonymous said...

the girl speaks truth - nothing wrong with that. religion is responsible for many of the evils that exist and have existed in this world. pretty ironic, eh? if more people would stop believing in "fairy tales" and start believing in reality - the world could be a better place.

Paula Neal Mooney said...

The girl is being led to speak lies. Matthew 18:6 says:

"It will be terrible for people who cause even one of my little followers to sin. Those people would be better off thrown into the deepest part of the ocean with a heavy stone tied around their necks!"

R M Maddox said...

You are all dumb, all of you, just dumb...first of all, the song is just a song, nothing more, nothing less... The viewpoints are funny, intresting, warped, true, entertaining, and provocative. the girl saying them is an actor, probably paid, and if you are dumb enough to fall into the trap of believing everything you read or hear on the internet, then you probably do not need to have an internet connection. The writers of the girls script were merely trying to envoke discussion, which they have, unfortunatly, many of the people who are discussing it, such as BOR, fail to allow for skeptical, abstract and creative discussion on an interesting topic. Instead we all just shake our heads and say how bad that it is a child being used. Nevermind that the child is saying amazing things that grown adults can not even wrap their overbloated heads around...

Paula Neal Mooney said...

Yes, I found out after I posted it that it is a girl hired as an actress.

But the child has been scripted to say amazingly WRONG things!

R R Maddox said...

That is the point though, it is so often nessasary for people to say extreme crazy things, or bring them about in a strange and wild way in order to get people to pay attention... should children be used to send message? probably not, because it is not fair to use the sympathetic feelings one gets form hearing children. Should we be paying better attention to the fact that there so many types of violence in so many parts of the world, to include places that dont even have a real media or tv? yeah, we probably should...

Anonymous said...

""It will be terrible for people who cause even one of my little followers to sin. Those people would be better off thrown into the deepest part of the ocean with a heavy stone tied around their necks!""

I think this is more vile than what that little girl has said. So much for god loving all his children.

Paula Neal Mooney said...

God is love. God is also long-suffering and ever-patient with those who reject Him. But there comes a point when His wrath kicks in...

Anonymous said...

"God is love. God is also long-suffering and ever-patient with those who reject Him. But there comes a point when His wrath kicks in..."

Wrong. It's obvious you don't know anything about God.

Paula Neal Mooney said...

Well, ANONYMOUS, how 'bout you "learn" me?

Anonymous said...

"Yes, I found out after I posted it that it is a girl hired as an actress.

But the child has been scripted to say amazingly WRONG things!"

well that just proves you're a jackass for posting something without knowing what you were talking about. And secondly, how can you say someone's opinion is wrong just because you disagree with it? Religion is a truly twisted institution, and you cannot tell me I am wrong for believing that.

To everyone else, listen to the Bastard Fairies! They're really great.

Greg Jerrett said...

The Bastard Fairies are an awesome band. Not everyone is a Christian and some people have a legitimate beef with the way they've been treated by Christians. Indians are prime example of a group harshly abused by Christians who did their best to beat the Indian out of them. And please don't give me that old chestnut about "well then they must not be very good Christians" either 'cause that goes without saying. Indians don't owe Christians anything, least of all their respect. That girl is not in danger of any mental abuse now that the Christian run Indian schools are no more.

In the future, don't get your info from Bill O'Self-serving-prattly. He never even bothered to mention on his "show" that the little girl in "harm's way" had committed the greatest crime of all, knockin' him.

Anonymous said...

This is America, right? Land of the free and spoken word? Each to their own OR are we all supposed to believe in the same things. Religion is ones point of view with no substantive facts. This video states facts and poses very important questions, which people like Bil O'Reilly have no merit to comment on. Isn't he the guy who settled an out of court law suit for sxual harassment. Shame on you Paula for being so narrow minded - hello...what has been happening on the Catholic Chirch for the last 5) years? - Child molesation, documented, proved and now brushed aside, what are we supposed to believe that it has actually gone away? I seriously doubt it. Long live and hail THE BASTARD FAIRIES for being so brilliant and thought provoking.

Anonymous said...

the bastard fairies are great. that's the end of that. as for the religion part, i wholeheartedly agree with the others here that religion is by far the saddest thing that ever happened to the human race. I mean come on. George Carlin pretty much explains it all when he points put the fundamental idiocy of a god that hates and love you at the same time. All these are stories. And if you must choose a story to believe in, I would recommend Buddhism, it's much much kinder than Christianity.

Heather said...

Anyone who can utter "God is Love" and "His wrath kicks in" in the same sentence doesn't really know God. If God is Love, how could He ever, ever be anything less?

Paula Neal Mooney said...

You can love your kids and spank their butts, too, when the wrath kicks in.

He chastises those whom He loves...

Paula Neal Mooney