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Pastor Steven Anderson – What About The Children?

This morning on Twitter, I came across this video of Pastor Steven Anderson, blasting the South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba, for wanting to ban him from entering South Africa. The Pastor who is  known for his homophobic hate speeches, is due to visit South Africa in a few weeks to spread the gospel. An online petition has been signed by over 7000 people, calling for the minister to stop him from entering the country.

I am not particularly fussed about his vocal stance against homosexuality. I have been around long enough to know that when Pastors spend most of their time preaching the gospel of homophobia using the well-worn verses in Leviticus to support their archaic views, because sooner or later they get payback.  Payback, being the bitch that she more often than not, straps on a 10 inch dildo, lifts them up and spins them around and fucks them with brute force. And the big reveal would be that payback visits them at least twice a week and sometimes brings a friend along. So I am not worried; Pastor Anderson’s matter is settled.

But what concerns me, after wasting 9 minutes of my life watching his diabolical tirade, is his parenting skills.

What kind of parent  makes a video a 9 minute video while driving a vehicle with children in it? (I am assuming they are his kids).  I am not a parent, but I have four nieces. If I drove them in a car and so much as picked up a hand held device whilst the car engine is on, the second one who is 9 years old would give me a tongue lashing. This would be after the older 11 year old one would give their mother a graphic (albeit exaggerated account) of what happened. Then  their mum who would then drag me over the coals for endangering the lives of her precious angels. All because I tried to check Google maps on my phone at a red traffic light!?!

And this fool is making a 9 minute video while driving!?!? 

And the kids did not all have seat belts on, as evidenced by the little girl in the backseat waving at the camera. She kept popping her head over his left shoulder and putting her head out of the moving vehicle.  All the Pastor has to do is brake hard and if she is lucky, her face would connect with the back of his seat. Or what if he was startled  by  light surrounding him like it did Saul in the New Testament, on the Road to Damascus and he swerved, she would be out the window. (That last scenario won’t happen to him seeing as he is still stuck in the old testament fellating Leviticus).

And please what kind of parent uses the word “Sodomite” repeatedly in front of his young children and instils in them his imagined consequences of sodomy? What if the older boy in the back seat behind him on his right, who looks no older than 13 ( Cute.I am sure he has his mother’s good looks), starts having homosexual tendencies? How would he feel knowing that is father is vehemently homophobic? The psychological damage it would cause him.

And the impressionable younger kids. Hearing their father’s words, wouldn’t they say horrible things to other kids in the school playground. Wouldn’t they be bullies?

I say, to the Home Minister  never mind the Pastor’s hate speech, ban him from entering South Africa for being a reckless driver. I think you have enough of those in South Africa you don’t need any more.

As for the US authorities, I am sure there are a few driving violations this man made while making this video, not to mention child endangerment . Or perhaps you guys are busy investigating why a lady used her home e-mail server do office work.



5 thoughts on “Pastor Steven Anderson – What About The Children?

  1. Hahahahahahahah. Oh that last line is everything shades are supposed to be.
    As he kept repeating the sodomite word, I kept thinking of the kids, how he was passing on his hate to the next generation. This is how homophobia spreads

  2. I could only get as far as 1minute 39 seconds of the video, and I’d had enough of his nasal voice and self-serving words. It will be so satisfying if this South African politician he seems to think is on his side turns around to tell him, ‘Uh-uh, not in my house!’
    Rubbish excuse of a human being!

  3. The accident scene thay played out in my head was so hilarious, I didn’t worry for the children. Am I wicked?

    Cougar Keredim, keep ur eyes off children.

  4. I wonder whose gospel he is busy spreading.
    Last I heard, the message of Jesus is built on Love.
    If homophobia is an offspring of hate, and vehimently giving a hate driven spat, then whose gospel is he spreading? Cos Jesus is not about that hate movement. But then again, what do I know.

    Keredim, I think u need to add social service to the list of authorities that needs to sit up and do their job. Someone should charge and book this troll for something already.

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