"Jesus Is Not The Messiah"

The problem with protesters in other countries is they do not have a British sense of humour (to be fair neither do the police in other countries – and they tend to be a tad trigger happy into the bargain)
On last night’s news I saw a shot of a protest against the visit of Pope Benedict to Turkey.
A woman in traditional muslim dress which made her look for all the world like Terry Jones in a famous scene in “The Life of Brian” brandished a placard that read “Jesus is not The Messiah, he is a Prophet of Islam.”
“Oh why aren’t you English dear,” I thought. Had she been she might have had the wit to replace “he is a Prophet of Islam” with the words “he’s a very naughty boy.”

CROWD (in chorus) we want to see Brian, he is the Messiah.
T. Jones (as a woman): He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty boy.

I include that for the benefit of the very young or those who have led sheltered lives and have not yet seen the funniest film ever made.


Blessed are the cheesmakers – from The Life Of Brian


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6 thoughts on “"Jesus Is Not The Messiah"

    • Considering the number of death threats I’ve had on American sites from people claiming to speak on God’s behalf we have to assume he’s not big enough to look after himself.

      But as my response to fundie bullies is always “come and have a go if you think you’re hard,” and to date I have not heard from any of them again we just have to assume that God’s mates are not very hard either.


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