Either Jesus loves obscenities and sexual harassment, or Billo is no believer in Jesus
by Larry Simons
July 31, 2011
In the wake of Bill O’ Reilly’s now famous “no one believing in Jesus commits mass murder” crapola [which I refuted with ease], I decided to investigate to see what exactly “believing in Jesus” deters people from doing.
Apparently, Billo believes one major thing that "believing in Jesus" keeps people from doing is committing mass murder. Billo claims the Norway Christian terrorist Anders Breivik by no means cannot be a Christian because a Christian would not commit mass murder. Well, I have already shown that even God himself can't refrain from mass murder, and he created Jesus!
Billo insists that Breivik is not a Christian and there is no evidence he is one [despite the fact that he claims he's a Christian and wrote a 1,500 page Christian manifesto and posted it online].
Billo has made it clear over the years that he believes in Jesus. Naturally, one would assume that since Billo believes in Jesus, he lives a flawless, exemplary lifestyle.
Billo said this to Atheist Richard Dawkins in 2009 on The O’ Reilly Factor:
“Science doesn’t advance the human condition in any moralistic way, and Jesus did, see? My thesis is: That if everybody followed the teachings of Jesus Christ, that we’d have peace on Earth, uh, love your brother, everybody’d love one another, and we’d almost be an idealic civilization. Now, am I 100% sure that Jesus is God, no, but I choose to believe that because the man was so extraordinary in what he did in his 33 years on Earth…”
watch the clip [Billo loses this debate, by the way]
If Jesus is powerful enough to instill “peace on Earth”, then why is he not powerful enough to stop Bill O’ Reilly from sexually harassing former FOX News intern Andrea Mackris in 2004? O' Reilly said these words to Mackris:
"You would basically be in the shower and then I would come in and I'd join you and you would have your back to me and I would take that little loofa thing and kinda soap up your back...rub it all over you, get you to relax, hot water...and um...you know, you'd feel the tension drain out of you and uh you still would be with your back to me then I would kinda put my arm - it's one of those mitts, those loofa mitts you know, so I got my hands in it...and I would put it around front, kinda rub your tummy a little bit with it, and then with my other hand I would start to massage your boobs, get your nipples really hard...'cause I like that and you have really spectacular boobs.
So anyway, I'd be rubbing your big boobs and getting your nipples really hard, kinda kissing your neck from behind...and then I would take the other hand with the falafel [sic] thing and I'd put it on your pussy but you'd have to do it really light, just kind of a tease business..."
Does Jesus allow that, Billo?
Does Jesus also allow fits of rage where you spew out obscenities at the teleprompter/producer of a show you're taping?
Here's Billo [circa 1991] on Inside Edition going nuts and screaming "Fuck it! We'll do it live!"..."Fucking thing sucks!". Two statements that I'm quite sure Jesus shouted on a continual basis [I always welcome an excuse to show this clip]
My point is clear. Billo attempted to make the point that Anders Breivik cannot possibly be a Christian because Christians do not commit mass murder [although quite a few have...including God]. Using Billo's warped logic, since Billo believes in Jesus and sexually harassed his former intern by wanting to rub her tits and pussy with a loofa and a falafel [a food from the Middle East] and spewed obscenities at his Inside Edition camera guy, that means Jesus finds these behaviors acceptable, right? What am I missing?
If Billo is going to use believing in Jesus as a deterrent to committing sins [no matter how disturbing...murder, profanity, sexual inappropriateness, etc], then either Jesus allows mass murder or Billo is not a believer in Jesus.
Billo simply cannot have it both ways.