The League of the Militant Godless
The League of the Militant Godless
The League of the Militant Godless
#MGTOW legend Ayaam Sirias and Max kick back and discuss E. Michael Jones, #Logos, Islam, Christianity, how it intersects with MGTOW and men’s issues circles!
Is Trinitarianism Paganism? Is Catholic Christianity pagan? Or are those who deny the Holy Trinity really a tiny minority completely unrepresentative of mainstream Christian thought for the last 2000 years? Come as we analyze the errors of fact and reasoning of RockingMRE, and other Anti-Trinitarians.
Vox Day, Rockin MrE, and others these days suggest Catholic Christianity is “Pagan.” Or even that the Trinity is “pagan.” Do those who make this suggestion know what they’re saying, especially when they try to defend “Western Civilization?”
Butthurt Ideological Atheist downvotes and comments welcomed!
The complete Atheists Always Lie series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVeSS…
Becket: Religion is part of what it means to be a human being https://www.facebook.com/becketlaw/ph…
The Basic Works of Aristotle: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9…
The Essential Dialogues of Plato https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2…
Five Proofs of the Existence of God by Ed Feser https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3…
Atheism: Rapidly on the decline, religion normal and growing: http://www.pewforum.org/2015/04/02/re…
Peter Kreeft: Twenty Arguments For The Existence Of God http://www.peterkreeft.com/topics-mor..
Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad, President and Director of Minaret of Freedom Institute, talks with Red Pill Religion team member Arran, who has his own conflicted view of Israel as a Jew himself. Tune in for a discussion of this hot issue!
Jackson Thornton has faced massive censorship on the Internet for his views, and is now working on new web sites that will evade internet censorship. Join us as he talks about this and his own experiences with the Supernatural!
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Chapter 1 – Infected with You
Ah! Where am I? I’m strapped to a bed in a dirty hospital room. There are flying roaches in the room that crawl around and come in through the holes in the walls. My head feels so light. I don’t remember what happened before I got here. I don’t remember much of anything in fact. What’s my name again? I think I see one of those papers that they use for patients over there on the wall near the door.
There are various sharp surgical instruments around me that are already bloody. I’m afraid to think about what they did to me if they already used it on me. I have to get out of here, now! I bite through the leather straps and manage to break them apart. I didn’t know my teeth were so strong, but they also feel weird when my lower teeth touch my upper. Once I’m free from the bed, I touch my teeth, and the bottom ones are sharper than my top ones. They’re so sharp that they feel like mini shark teeth. Did the people who took me here do this?
Where did my hair go and why is my skin is white? My body feels so ruff and looks weird. It’s so cold in here and these white patient pants. I have to find a way out of here fast before someone finds me, but first, my patient records. Hmm. The only thing on here is my name or…is this my name? My name is supposed to be, Bianco? I don’t have a last name it seems. There’s a page here for surgery plans and treatments done, but it just says that the basic surgery has already been done. Now I want to know more. What did they do to me?
I’m not sure if I want to stay to find out or just leave and have someone fix me. There’s no use staying in here, so I leave the room and find myself in a narrow hallway. The gurneys take up almost all the space when I walk past them. I’d hate to encounter something here. It’s like I’m walking in a closet. I see other people in other rooms, but they’re locked. The people in there are more restrained than I am with a muzzle on their face. It looks difficult to breathe in that. Maybe some of these people tried to escape and this is what happened to them. Now I really can’t afford to get caught. Wait…I hear someone calling!
It sounds like a girl. I go to the source of the sound and see a girl who is strapped to a bed. She looks like I do except with bandages covering her chest. There’s something familiar about her, but I can’t place my finger on why. She just seems like someone I know. Her room isn’t locked for some reason, so I instinctively go into the room and begin to unfree her.
“Thank you so much for freeing me!”
“But now, you have to help me escape, and it’s not going to be in the way you think.”
She’s smiling at me in a weird way that I don’t like. She starts feeling my arms, chest, then face, which gives me a strange feeling. Part of me feels comfort while the other feels uncomfortable. Her hands are cold as if she doesn’t have any warmth in her body.
“What are you talking about?”
“We have to become one. I have to be a part of your body.”
“Because your body is the only pure one here. I know that everyone else here is infected and in need of treatment. There’s a system in place in this hospital that doesn’t allow unclean souls to leave here. I need to be a part of your body so I can leave.”
I push her away.
“You don’t need my body. I’ll help you find some other way to leave.”
“There is no other way.”
She’s climbing all over me now.
I throw her off me and run out the door.
“You can’t escape from me!”
I run through the narrow hallway and try to find an exit, but every door is locked. The girl chasing me can climb on the walls, so the narrowness of the hallway benefits her. She touches me and grabs at me while I navigate the uncomfortable hallways while giggling.
“Such soft skin. Such a warm feeling. I must have you!”
“Stay away from me!”
I need something to defend myself with, so I run back to my room. Ack! She on my back again then crawls to my front and makes me collapse on the bed.
She says, “You are mine. Don’t deny it!”
“You don’t own me! Agh! Stop biting me!”
She’s bitten my neck and arms with her sharp teeth. They feel numb and weak now.
“Struggle again and I’ll impale your arms to the bed. Just relax. This will only take a minute.”
“What are you going to do?”
“We are going to be one.”
The girl then uses the syringe on her head to suck out what looks to be parts of her brain then injects it into the hole in my head. Her body then shrivels and fades into dust. My wounds are healed, and I don’t feel a scar or any residual pain from her bites. My head feels normal, so what happened? Did what she do fail? If it did, then it’s going to be a pain to get whatever blood or brain that she injected into my head.
Huh? What am I feeling now?
What was that screaming in my head?!
The side and back of my body are expanding and changing. What’s going on?! It’s forming into that girl. So many thoughts and memories are pouring into my head. Are these hers? How is this even happening?
ARRRGGHH!!! Yes! Finally!
What did to me and how are our thoughts connected?
I’m part of you now, so we both can escape this asylum, but we have to be quick about it because the human body isn’t mean to be like this.
What do you mean?
Us being together like this will kill us if we don’t escape to safety.
That’s just great.
Don’t lie to yourself. There’s a part of you that wanted to save me. The memory as to why is hard to remember, but you know it’s there.
Why should I trust you?
You know all my thoughts. You know when I’m telling the truth and lying as I know yours. I know a little more than you do but not enough to give you a clear idea as to why we’re here.
My left arm is fused with your right arm and I can barely move it.
I think we can move it together if we both want it to. Let’s try it.
It’s so strong that we punched a hole in the wall.
Wow. Can we do anything else?
I don’t have my legs. Let me have control of us. Come on, trust me. Here we go, we can climb the walls and ceiling when I’m in control, but I can’t control your legs to walk or run. It’s kind of weird but I think we can get used to it.
It’s just kind of weird? Do you even realize what’s happening?
What do you think or rather what do you think I think?
Don’t even phrase it like that. You just confuse me. Did someone just unlock and open a door in the hallway? I hear a dragging sound in the hallway.
There’s nowhere to run. We better be ready to fight.
I guess it’s our only option. Here it comes! It’s a person. A woman with a long body and long black hair with six arms and hands on the bottom of her surgeon’s dress.
Watch out. She has a surgical tool in each of her hands along with restraining chains.
She’s smiling at us for some reason. I think she’s giggling. What’s it with crazy people and giggling?
Hey! I’m not crazy.
“I’m so glad you managed to merge with Bianco, Bianca. The two of you were always inseparable, so it made sense that you would end up together like this.”
I said I’m not crazy.
Whatever, we’ll talk about it later. She’s talking to you. Say something.
“I get what you’re saying, but you knew I would merge with Bianco?”
“I told you how to and you told me you would do everything you could to do so. The determination in your face was so precious and cute. Your love for each other put my relationship to shame.”
“I barely remember you. Who are you?”
There’s something about her that’s familiar, but her appearance and my memory prevent me from remembering who she is.
“I’m Bianco’s mother. I know my appearance may shock you, but I had to do it to help you two continue living.”
She’s your mother? Your memories seem to want to think so.
I guess so.
“What’s going to happen to us now? Can you tell me everything about what’s going on?”
Hey, you used my mouth to talk, Bianco.
How did I do that? I guess I can if I imagine talking from your mouth.
“That’s interesting. My son’s voice came out of your mouth, Bianca. Does that mean that Bianco was talking, or did you manage to use his voice? There are so many things to test out on you.”
“What do you mean by that?”
“I’ll explain after the next surgery, but I’ll have to sedate you first. Give me your arm.”
“No! Explain everything to me first.”
“There’s no need to. You want to live longer, right? Then give me your body so we can mold it into that of an immortal being!”
“Stop! Get away from me!”
Let’s escape from her, Bianca. Hurry and crawl on the walls!
“So you can crawl on walls? You two were always so athletic, but you better listen to your mother.”
Let’s get out of here! I keep throwing gurneys at her, but she keeps cutting through them.
What about the doors? Let’s rip one off then throw it at her.
Here we go.
“What strength just from one arm! You remind me of one of your favorite comic book heroes. I hope you’re not planning to use that on me, but then again, I’d love to experiment to see what my new body can do, so throw it at me if you want!”
“If you want it, then take it!”
She caught it and it pushed her back some, but she’s tearing it apart. Hurry through the exit!
I’m on it!
She’s really moving fast towards us now! Come on!
Shut the door on her and break the lock!
There we go. Now she can’t exit the door. This one appears to be stronger than the doors that held the other doors.
“I’ll get through this eventually and catch up to you two. That, or your father or your parents Bianca will get to you.”
Ignore her, Bianca. We must find a cure to our condition and a way out.
We can do it if we work together. Our memories are coming back to us now. We used to work together a lot. Do you think we can do it again?
You know what I think.
Then let’s do it.
Chapter 2 – Still Burning for Love
The rest of these corridors are just as cramped as the ones we came out of. It’s like this place is meant to be filled with obstacles to stop people from escaping. Some of these rooms have people in them.
Maybe we should free them?
I don’t think so, Bianca. We’d just attract more attention to us by our “parents”.
Why do you say it that way?
Because I’m still not sure if our parents are the ones after us.
We heard your mom speak. She may look different now, but her hair, face, and voice are what we remember them to be. We’re remembering now that our parents are experts in the medical field.
Yeah, I’m remembering that they were surgeons and doctors who were specialized in different fields.
Your mom said she wanted to make us into an immortal being. Why do you think that is?
I’m not sure, but we may find out later. Also, you’ve seemed to have gotten sane after merging with me.
Yeah, I don’t know what I was thinking before, but you have to admit that this is kind of cool. I know you’re in disbelief but isn’t this kind of what we’ve always wanted. The memories are coming back to me now of times when we would spend entire days by each other’s side.
I don’t think this is how we imagined our future would be at all. I’m sure you’re wondering what I am.
Can we ever be together again?
I don’t know. I barely remember what our life was like together. I don’t even know if you’ll go crazy like you did before.
I understand. I’ll try to prove that I’m in control now.
Speaking about control, do you see that up there past all the floors of cells? It looks like a person in the control room controlling everything like an orchestra. Is that-
He looks like he’s noticed us. He’s speaking into a microphone.
“I’m so glad you too came here. Your friends and our family have been waiting for you.”
“Dad, what is going on?”
“This is all for your immortality. All of this.”
“What are you talking about dad? This isn’t making any sense.”
“I told you I’d do anything to make you live forever, Bianca. You probably don’t remember it, but it is every father’s duty to make sure that their child lives as long as happy as possible. The others and I are making sure that happens. If you want to learn more, please make your way to me. I’ll be happy to answer your questions.”
What do you think, Bianca? Is it a trap?
Maybe, but we won’t know until we get to him.
This sure seems like a trap. Do you see all the microphones and cameras around us? The cells around us are also open and close enough for the people in them to reach through, or can we call these people now? Look at how deformed and mutated and deformed their bodies are. They look like us.
You know we are.
“As part of your gaining of immortality, I will have to bring my test subjects into the mix. Do not worry about being harmed. I can put you back together if anything bad happens.”
Was that supposed to make us comfortable? A few of the cell doors are opening. Be careful. There are people reaching out at us and there’s barely any room to move. Ah!
Their cold hands drive chills up my spine.
“We must have your skin!”
“Help us leave by being one with us!”
“He’s mine! Hands off him!”
I’ll keep them away with our heavy hitting hand. Just try to stay away from them, Bianco.
Okay. It’s really tough to do so especially when they grab ahold of me.
Don’t worry about them. I won’t let them take you.
‘I’ll be yours forever.’
‘And I’ll be yours forever and ever.’
Did we just remember that? I wonder why we did now of all times.
Tense situations tend to make your mind work overtime is what I think my parents said once. Hurry and head up the stairs. I hear the cell doors opening.
Why does this place look so simple and yet, it’s like a maze?
I guess it’s because our parents want to test our abilities.
Well, screw that. You know what I’m thinking?
You don’t even need to ask.
Then let’s break through these walls! We’re taking a shortcut.
Get out of the way! Or get a face full of our fist!
There we go. We’re almost to your dad.
“That was an impressive display of power you two. A bit messy and unexpected, but these are great results. Your combined strength is amazing, and you have good coordination. I guess we should’ve expected this considering how in tune you two were previously.”
We’re here. The door is solid, but we can force it open.
“Hello, Bianca and Bianco. I’m glad you made it here. The others you saw weren’t able to coordinate with each other like how you can despite how much testing they were put through. So, a personal bond is what affects coordination, huh?”
Is he really writing notes on this?
Dad always liked keeping track of interesting things. It’s no wonder why he’s in charge of so many cells with different kinds of people in them.
“Oh! I’m sorry. Now, you wanted to know more, right?”
“Of course we do! What the heck is going on?”
“Ah! Your voices combined when you shared a major concern. I’ll have to write that down later. Anyway, we, your parents, have used this old asylum as our secret experimental facility to help you two live forever together. We couldn’t bear to lose another life in our line of work. In reality, doctors don’t save lives, they just extend them. Everyone eventually dies, and we didn’t want that to happen to you two, who were always so energetic and full of joy, so the four of us have done this all for you.”
That explains a bit more, but not enough.
“Why did you have to involve other people in this?”
“Because we needed test subjects before we experimented on you. Who knows what could happen on our first attempt? First, we kidnapped people close to us then we took our neighbors, then whoever is in the area of this asylum. You don’t have to worry about them. Once you’re perfected, they will share in your gift and so shall we.”
Ah! We’re caught in chains. How did my mom sneak up on us?
“The test you put them through was decent, Rosso, but I don’t think they’ll need anymore. I need to make sure their decay lessens or stops entirely.”
“You worry too much, Violet. We can always bring them back.”
“We thought that about so many of our patients, but how many have we actually saved besides our kids? There’s no such thing as worrying too much when it comes to preserving life.”
We have to escape while they’re busy talking to each other. These chains are so tight. I barely have enough room to move. If we could only have enough room to make our strong arm break the chains. Huh? Do you hear that?
Look! It’s the other people!
I’m not sure if this’ll be a good thing or bad, but it definitely feels bad.
They’re loosening the chains. We have to put up with it for a bit-Whoa!
“Stay away from my children!”
“Be careful with them, Violet!”
Does my mom really need to fling me around to keep me away from these people?!
No, this helps way more! We can move our arm!
Come on, keep breaking the chains! There we go!
“Get them, Rosso, while I keep these subjects away!”
“No, let’s see what the other tests can show us.”
“This is our children we’re talking about! Get them!”
Hurry, he’s after us! Your dad has way more arms than my mom does, but are those robotic arms? He’s controlling the cells with them-Watch out!
Give me control! That was close!
I think he’s controlling these traps with his arms too.
I’ll need to control things from here.
Okay, I trust you.
These traps are everywhere. On the walls, floors, and ceiling.
It’s a good thing you’re so quick on your feet and arms then. There’s an exit over there! Watch out!
I’m not that quick it seems. I should’ve known that there would be a trap at the exit.
“You’re amazing as always, Bianca. I know it was you controlling both of you because I know that athleticism anywhere.”
“Fix us, dad, or let us go.”
“I will fix you, my loves. I’ll cure you of your mortality.”
“What you’re doing is wrong! You have to stop.”
“I’ve told you before. I’ll do anything to see you happy. Death brings only sadness and grief. I’m making sure that death never has its effect on you. I promise.”
‘Your sun is always going to shine.’
‘I’m going to make sure you’re never going to suffer.’
‘My love for you conquers death.’
Our parents always did tell us things like that.
“I love you, dad, but I’m not going to let you do what you want.”
This trap is easier than it looks to break. Why isn’t dad chasing after us?
Remember he said he wanted to see what the other tests can show them?
There’s going to be more awful sights like the ones we just saw then. I don’t know if I can take it.
It’s going to be fine because I’m with you, Bianca. I promise you that we’ll make it through this one way or another.
Thank you. I needed that.
I know you did, and I didn’t need to read your thoughts to know.
Chapter 3 – Fractured by Desire
I don’t think it helps to remember what could happen next, Bianca.
I can’t help it. This place has messed up my head.
Our parents have messed up our head. I still can’t believe they would do this.
What are we going to do if we manage to escape?
We’ll figure it out when we leave.
Can we even get back to normal? Our parents are the ones who put us together like this, and we doubt they know how to put us back together. I bet they won’t even try to put things back to normal.
You never know. We may change their mind.
It’s only a slim chance.
We thought there was no chance that something like this would ever happen to us especially by our parents. Maybe we could bring them to their senses. Part of their conscience has to realize that they’re doing the wrong thing.
I hope you’re right because I’m starting to lose it, and what I’m seeing isn’t helping.
This looks like where they do experiments on people.
Look at all those things in the vats. Are those even people? I can’t tell.
I’m sure we’re going to find out soon enough. Did you hear that noise? It sounds like one of the vats opened. Something’s moving around in the dark.
If only we only had night vision.
It’s fine. We have each other. All we need to do is be careful-
Watch out! Got it!
See? We can do this, Bianca. More vats are opening.
It’s so dark here. Is it just darker in this area or did someone dim the lights?
Knowing doesn’t matter. Just concentrate. There!
I got’em! I didn’t realize I could see out of your eyes if I concentrate.
I didn’t notice you did that. This is good. We can make it through this. More vats are being open. It sounds like way more mutants are coming for us than we can handle.
I’ll climb up so we can avoid them. We can crawl across the ceiling to avoid fighting completely. The only problem is that we don’t know where we’re going or if they can climb onto the ceiling.
Don’t worry about it. Just stay calm. Right. Here we go. Which direction should I go in, Bianco?
Keep going straight like I was. We have to be near some kind of exit.
I can hear them clanging on the metal bars.
We got this. We just have to be extra athletic and switch control. Here we go.
Ahhh! You barely caught the metal bar with your feet.
It was close but at least we avoided the attacks and got rid of a few. Here we go again.
Okay, okay. I’m ready now! Get back down there!
Catch the bar!
I got it!
Great job! I think I see a vent over there. We need to swing a few times to get to it. If we can get to it, we can escape.
Let’s do this.
Three! We made it! Hurry! They’re coming in! Break the vent. Let’s bend the metal. There we go. We’re safe. AHHH! Stupid things won’t give up! Get off!
They’re stronger than they look if they can punch through the vent. They must be big jumpers too. Ah! There’s too many of them!
Can I stop getting grabbed at for once?!
I don’t blame them.
Not now! We have to find a way to get out of this mosh pit and back to the ceiling.
“Let us touch your warm body!”
“Give us your warmth!”
“Let us bond like you!”
“We want that bond!”
“Give us your touch!”
Agh! What is that loud screeching sound?
It’s driving away the mutants. It must be one of our parents making the sound. It stopped. The mutants are keeping a distance.
“I’m sorry that I tested you like how Rosso did, but I couldn’t resist.”
Bianco, your dad looks like those mutants with those boils on his skin and the deformed way his face and body look.
“Remember when we used to mix different building blocks together to make our own creations, Bianco? Those were fun times.”
“We can have those times again if you put everyone back to normal and stop these experiments.”
“I can’t. We can’t. We’ve done so much. It’s too late to go back.”
“It’s never too late to go back, dad.”
“There is a point when it’s too late. Do you see all these people we experimented on? The authorities aren’t going to go easy on us. At least we learned a few valuable lessons. The bond between two people of the same sex isn’t the same between the bond lovers such as yourselves.”
“Please stop this! Take responsibility for what you’ve done. Look at how much suffering you are causing.”
“I…I don’t know if I can.”
Why are we puking now?
I don’t know. I feel so weak.
Don’t feel scared. I’m still here with you.
“Please, dad…help us…”
Are you sure we can trust him? He’s injecting us with something. It could knock us out or worse.
I trust him. He’s my dad.
“Okay, that should slow down the decaying process, but I have to do something else to fix you. I just don’t know what.”
Did you hear that?
It’s my mom.
“I knew you would get them, Nero. Hurry, let’s bring them the main experimentation lab before they die.”
“Isn’t there any way to put them back to normal?”
“What are you saying? There isn’t going back to normal for them. Why would you want that? Being normal only brings death and suffering.”
“But we’ve done worse despite being abnormal.”
“We’re going to fix them and everyone we’ve experimented on.”
“How many people have we hurt because of these experiments? Hundreds? How many people have we disposed of? Thousands?”
“We’ll bring them back to life.”
“A human body is more than flesh and bone.”
“So, you’re just going let them die?!”
“I don’t know what I’m doing, and I don’t know if it’s the best thing to do, but it’s the best option that seems presently right.”
Your dad has a heck of a kick to kick us across the room like this. He’s fighting your mom and the mutants with that noise to aid him. I’m not sure how long he can last.
We have to help him somehow…Here! Let’s break this pipe and throw it at the vat near them. It should give my dad room to escape.
“Watch out, dad!”
We hit the vat and it looks like we broke it. All of its liquids spill out onto the crowd. I hope dad is okay.
I’m sure he’ll be fine, but I’m not sure about us. Let’s keep moving.
But where do we go next? We can’t be fixed, and the only other option is to die. You can’t tell me to not worry about this! What do we do?!
We try to convince our parents the right thing to do one last time. If we can’t do that…do you really want to make others suffer so we can live longer? It’s not like we’re guaranteed immortality.
…You’re right. I’m sorry, but I don’t know if I can handle this.
You’re not handling this alone. I’m with you and I’ll always be with you because I love you, Bianca.
Bianco…I love you too.
I promised you once and I’ll promise you again. We’ll make it through this one way or another, but no matter what happens, I’ll always be with you and I’ll always love you. I am yours forever.
And I am yours forever and ever.
Chapter 4 – So Far Gone with You Even in the Afterglow
We have to be close to some kind of exit. We’ve done nothing but pass by empty examination rooms and cell rooms.
Do you think that our parents are going to be waiting at the exit?
They have to be. They must know our condition by now. Are you still afraid?
No, not anymore. Are you?
Not at all. I never was.
You’re such a liar. I know your thoughts and feelings.
But you don’t know my deeper thoughts. I may feel scared and my imagination may be going off but that doesn’t mean I’ve let my fears affect me.
You know I’m telling the truth.
I know. It’s just that…we don’t have long.
You don’t have to remind me. I can feel my strength fading away by the second, but we don’t need to worry about it for much longer.
I know we’re physically bonded, but can you hold my hand?
I think that might be the exit over there.
It looks like one even though it’s messy with decaying furniture, desks, and chairs.
Even though no one’s around, this might be a trap.
You’re right, but what can we do about it now?
Nothing. We can only spring it then deal with it from there.
Don’t even try to be sarcastic when I know what you’re really thinking.
Okay…let’s go. Come on. I can’t move without you.
There they are! They stepped out of the shadows as soon as we stepped into the room.
What happened to your mom and dad, Bianco? Look at them.
It looks like the chemicals in the vats fused them together.
“We must thank you for fusing us together, Bianco. We’re more in tune with each other like this than before with twice the arms and brains.”
“This isn’t what I wanted. This isn’t what we wanted to happen.”
“Why don’t you see that we’re trying to help you? Look at everything we did. We’ve risked everything we are so you could live forever.”
“Everyone who lives eventually dies. It doesn’t matter how much you try to fight it. It’s an inevitability. Besides, you get to live forever after this life anyway, and I’m afraid of where you might end up.”
“You don’t know what you’re talking about!”
The floor beneath us was a trap?
I’ve given up on expecting anything.
This place is dark like the experimental room with a low glow that barely lights it up. What’s going to happen? Ah! What kind of liquid did we get drenched in-AAHHHHAHHAH!!
“Now, you will truly become one. Please know that your mother knows best, Bianca.”
We’re one body now. Bianca, are you still here? Wha…urgh…what’s going on? We’re just one singular body now. What? How? It was something that your mom did to us that mutated us to be in one body. Oh wow. Why is your body the one we have to live in? Woman was made of the ribs of a man. Psh. Whatever. What’s going to happen now?
“This is amazing. They fused so quickly.”
“You did well, Verde. Let us fix their form before they start to decay again.”
I’m going to need your help again to climb out of here, Bianca. Wow, I feel so much more in control, but I can already feel this form begin to decay. We have more power, but we decay faster. Makes sense.
Look at how many people are coming after us. We have to bring this place down around us in order to have any chance at escape. We can throw the vats at the ceiling above us to collapse it. It’s going to hurt and everyone else may die, but it’s something we have to do in order to end this mad science experiment. I understand. They may be fast, but they can’t react as fast as we can.
Rah! There we go. Another couple of vats should bring the whole ceiling down. Here goes another one! Ah! They’re on us! That can’t stop us in our new body. There are so many pilling up on us…I don’t…no. We can do this! Rah!! Brace for impact…Is it over? Huh? The ceiling collapsed on us, but we barely felt anything-! We’re throwing up again. We have to quickly escape before our parents get us. Urk…
We have to dig our way out. Come on. We’re almost out of here. Ah! Mom…dad…
“Stay…Bianco and Bianca. We can-fix you.”
“Nothing was wrong with us to begin with.”
“Wait, you can’t leave…you’ll die…”
“It’s better than staying here. We hope you come to regret what you’ve done.”
Keeping going. We’re almost out of the rubble. Okay. Just one more push. Help me climb up this wall, Bianca. I got it. Do you think our parents are going to regret their actions? This place has thrown so many surprises at us that I don’t doubt it. Finally. The way out. The air smells different. Better than I remember it. That’s probably because we were stuck in a smelly place. Probably.
I don’t think we can go very far. I know. Let’s go underneath that tree. Okay. It is a beautiful day to look at the sky. Well…there goes our legs. Now our arms. At least we made it to the tree before losing them. I have you with me, so that’s all that matters. I love you. I love you too.
What is it?
Are we really going to be together forever?
I knew it was a fact even before now. I told you we would escape one way or another.
You’re right. I knew you would be, and I knew that I am yours forever.
And I am yours forever and ever.
Mischa Popoff and Max discuss/debate the finer points of E. Michael Jones’s views of the Jews. Mischa grew up on an organic grain farm in Saskatchewan where he obtained a degree in history. He worked as a political columnist and talk-radio host until being fired for being too conservative. He now lives with his wife and kids in Texas where he writes for any Christian outlet that will post his work. He has no website, no YouTube channel, and doesn’t use social media. But you may always reach him in the comments section where he is active after interviews.
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Our first Censored Interview with Dr. Jones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q277L…
Our stream on Modern Atheism with Dr. Jones: https://youtu.be/44H2eKb7fTU
Mischa Popoff, Christian author and conservative, and Max discuss/debate the finer points of E. Michael Jones’s views of the Jews. Tonight at 9pm Eastern!