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Jan 18 2017

Applied Multiculturalism: Drinking Engine Cleaning Fluid During Church Services in South Africa

Western Civilization is withdrawing from the foothold it has held for centuries in South Africa, but it will not leave without a trace. The new South Africa is immerging as a multicultural entity that retains aspects of the West and places them within the context of traditional African culture. For example:

Johannesburg – A Daveyton pastor, who made his congregants drink a vehicle engine cleaning fluid during a sermon, has become the latest in a series of clergymen who used controversial methods to “cure” their members.

The Star has seen pictures of Prophet Theo Bongani Maseko of the Breath of Christ Ministries making his congregants drink the chemical during a service. …

Maseko confirmed he had made his congregants drink the chemical. Asked why he had used this method, he said it was “to demonstrate the power of God”.

Explains Maseko,

“When we pray over anything, its poison dies. So it can’t harm people. Nothing happened, no one has been to hospital.”

Maybe the poisoned parishioners haven’t gone to the hospital because they have been relying on South Africa’s public healthcare system, so there wouldn’t be any point.

From these rituals, it will be a short jump to imbibing engine cleaning fluid as a sacred substance, viscous with mystery. When the last Europeans have been looted and driven out, they will leave behind a cargo cult.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

20 Responses to “Applied Multiculturalism: Drinking Engine Cleaning Fluid During Church Services in South Africa”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ah, the progressive notion that reality is “socially created”… so any jacked-up “narrative” and punishing any “racist” who doesn’t believe it (i.e., political correctness) is all you need!

  2. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Of course the minister (and his congregation) are attempting to test God, and whether they have sufficient faith to be healed.

    I’m reminded of the Monty Python movie….throw a woman into a pond…if she floats she is a witch. If she sinks….she is not.

  3. 762x51 says:

    That wasn’t just a movie, they really did it during the Salem Witch Trials. Float and you were burned at the stake.

  4. 762x51 says:

    Wasn’t Jim Jones middle name Bongani?

    I hope this catches on, I’m sending them a case.

  5. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I believe it was not restricted to Salem either.

  6. MAS says:

    A prime example of why it is good to study and know your Bible…so as to expose “pastors” like this as the frauds they are. However many African “Christians” try to blend animism with Christianity making a mockery of their “faith”.

    “Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.” 1 John 4:1

    I’m pretty sure motor additive wasn’t the spirits to which John was referencing.

  7. BiffWellington says:

    It’s science!

  8. BiffWellington says:

    No, Newport and Kool also participated.

  9. MAS says:

    The bride and I were watching a documentary involving aboriginals in Indonesian islands and she wondered why the natives seemed so retarded and hadn’t advanced. It occurred to me that this is what one gets from tribal cultures that isolate themselves…sooner or later the inbreeding begins to show its inevitable effects.

  10. TED says:

    Apparently after eating up every POS the left has fed them they think they are immune to EVERYTHING!!!! ROTFLMAO!!!! BLACKS, continue their “DUMBER THAN THOU” attitude on any and everything…

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  12. TED says: AND HE want’s to talk about LEGITIMACY!!! ROTFLMAO!!!

  13. Ray Caruso says:

    If it cleanses engines, and if you believe engines are magical devices animated by a powerful spirit, as this pastor and his congregants surely do, then it would make perfect sense that engine cleaning fluid could clean human souls as well.

    I’m such an amazingly tolerant person that I can put myself inside the mind of an African.

  14. 762x51 says:

    More than likely, that’s just the most famous of cases where it happened. The practice was common for over 200 years so hundreds if not thousands died that way.

    I know how to properly execute drownproofing as trained by the military and have actually used it in the ocean to save my own life but this would just suck out loud.

  15. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’m not sure if they tied up a possible witch before they threw her in.

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