The Book of Mormon

Kevin Boyle — No One to Vote For August 27, 2013

……..” We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks”.

Willi Munzenburg

PREAMBLE: Extracts from CPS website:

Parliament has passed legislation aimed at outlawing crime where the offender is motivated by hostility or hatred towards the victim’s race or religious beliefs (actual or perceived).

“A racial group means a group of persons defined by reference to race, colour, nationality (including citizenship) or ethnic or national origins.”

“A religious group means a group of persons defined by reference to religious belief or lack of religious belief. This includes Muslims, Hindus and Christians, and different sects within a religion.” It also includes people who do not hold any religious beliefs at all.

“HOSTILITY”

To prove that an offence is racially or religiously aggravated, the prosecution has to prove the “basic” offence followed by racial or religious aggravation, as defined in section 28 Crime and Disorder Act 1998. An offence will be racially or religiously aggravated if:

a) at the time of the offence (or shortly before or after), the offender demonstrates to the victim hostility based on the victim’s membership (or presumed membership) of a racial or religious group, or

b) the offence is motivated wholly or partly by hostility towards members of a racial or religious group based on their membership (or presumed membership) of that group.

– demonstrating hostility is not defined by the Act. The ordinary dictionary definition of hostile includes simply being “unfriendly”. Proving this limb of the offence requires evidence of words or actions which show hostility toward the victim. However, this hostility may be totally unconnected with the “basic” offence which may have been committed for other, non-racially or religiously motivated reasons. For example, an assault which takes place because of an argument over a parking place, but where the offender then utters racial abuse to the victim of the assault would come within the scope of this part of section 28.

– motivated by hostility may prove more difficult in practice. In the absence of a clear statement by the accused that his/her actions were motivated by his hostility to his victim based on his race or religious belief, for example, an admission under caution, how can motive be shown? In some cases, background evidence could well be important if relevant to establish motive, for example, evidence of membership of, or association with, a racist group, or evidence of expressed racist views in the past might, depending on the facts, be admissible in evidence.

THE BOOK OF MORMON

A member of my family bought me a ticket for a fairly new musical, ‘The Book of Mormon’. I’ve just completed writing a musical myself so it appeared an ‘appropriate’ present. They hadn’t seen it themselves but had been told the show was “very funny”. I went to see it last Friday night.
No one considers themselves narrow-minded and neither do I, but I have to say that the experience was, for me (and in more ways than one), quite shocking.
More than shocking. Nauseating.
Firstly, having watched a couple of footballers being fined for making run-of-the-mill racist comments last year, it was staggering to me that this ‘show’ had not simply been sued out of existence. It was surely impossible that black people, and Ugandans in particular, would not be gravely offended by this racist filth. As a Christian I found the depiction of Christ and Christianity intolerable, if (knowing the Zionist agenda and the cultural dominance of this group) less surprising. I was glad I was not a Muslim as I might have felt obliged to obey my feelings and burn the theatre down. Having what you regard as ‘holy’ (not criticised, nor argued against but) violated in this abominable manner is gratuitously abusive. The kind of abuse in which only a coward who knows he is well protected would dare to indulge.

THE PLOT

Briefly, a group of insanely grinning newly-trained male Mormon missionaries are about to be sent to evangelize in some, as yet unknown, corner of the earth. Our two ‘heroes’ win the short straw, i.e. Uganda, the a*sehole of the earth, a place where villagers are tyrannised by a sodomising war-Lord, penniless and where most have AIDS. The cure for AIDS is to f*** a virgin, but as there no virgins left this has become…to f*** a baby. See script extract below:

Mafala:

You’re in Northern Uganda now, and in this part of Africa we all have a saying. Whenever something bad happens, we just throw our hands to the sky and say “hasa diga eebowai.”

Cunningham:

Hasa Diga eebowai?

Mafala:

It’s the only way to get through all these troubles. And, there’s war! Poverty! Famine! But, having a saying makes it all seem better.
There isn’t enough food to eat. Hawa diga eebowai. People are starving in the street.

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Women (Men):

Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai! (Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai)
Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai! (Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai)

Price:

Well that’s pretty neat.

Cunningham:

Does it mean no worries for the rest of our days?

Mafala:

Kind of…
We’ve had no rain in several days.

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Mafala:

And 80% of us have AIDS

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Mafala:

Many young girls here get circumcised. Their clits get cut right off!

Ugandans:

Weyo!

Women:

And so we say up to the sky

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Women (Men):

Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai! (Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai)
Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai! (Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai)

Mafala:

Now you try it! [the other Ugandans react] Just stand up tall, tilt your head to the sky, and list off the bad things in your life!

Cunningham:

Somebody took our luggage away.

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Price:

The plane was crowded and our bus was late.

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Mafala:

When the world is getting you down, there’s nobody else to blame.

Ugandans:

Weyo! [an Ugandan woman hands her baby over to Price and then joins the others in dance.]

Mafala:

Raise your middle finger to the sky and curse his rotten name!

Price:

Wait, what? [tries to give the baby back to the woman, but isn't able to, so he turns to address Mafala]

Cunningham:

Hasa diga eebowai. Am I saying that right?

Women:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Price:

[burping the baby] Excuse me, sir, but, but what exactly does that phrase mean?

Mafala:

Well let’s see: eebowai means God. And hasa diga means “Fuck you.” So I guess in English it would be, “Fuck you… God!”

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Price:

What??

Mafala:

When God fucks you in the butt,

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Mafala:

Fuck God right back in his cunt.

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Cunningham:

Hasa diga eebowai. What a nifty phrase.

Ugandans:

Weyo! [Price tries to find the right woman to give the baby back to, and his search gets frantic. He finally finds her and gives the baby back]

Cunningham:

Hasa diga eebowai. Hasa diga eebowai. [gets carried away and Price pulls him aide]

Price:

You have to stop saying that!

Cunningham:

I do??

Price:

It means something very bad.

Cunningham:

What?

Price:

They are saying F U to Heavenly Father.

Cunningham:

F U to Heavenly Father??? Holy moly I said it like thirteen times!

Women (Men):

[they begin sticking out their middle fingers] Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai! (Fuck you, God!)
Haaaasa Diga Eeebowai! (Fuck you, God!)

Price:

Excuse me, sir, but you should really not be saying that. Things aren’t always as bad as they seem.

Mafala:

Oh really? Well take this fucking asshole Mutumbo here. He got caught last week trying to rape a baby.

Price:

What?? Why??

Mafala:

Some people in his tribe believe that having sex with a virgin will cure their AIDS. There aern’t many virgins left, sooo, some of them are turning to babies.

Cunningham:

But that’s horrible!

Mafala:

I know!

Ugandans:

Hasa diga eebowai.

Mafala:

Here’s the butcher, he has AIDS
Here’s the teacher, she has AIDS
Here’s the doctor, he has AIDS
Here’s my daughter, she has a_____
Wonderful disposition
She’s all I have left in the world
And if either of you lays a hand on her…
I will give you my AIDS!

Ugandans:

If you don’t like what we say, try living here a couple days.
Watch all your friends and family die! Hasa diga eebowai!

Men:

Fuuuck you!

Ugandans:

Fuck! You!

Women:

Hasa diga eebowai! [Price and Cunningham sit on the ground now]

Ugandans:

Fuck you God in the ass, mouth and cunt-uh!
Fuck you God in the ass, mouth and cunt-uh!
Fuck you God in the ass, mouth and cunt-uh!
Fuck you in the eye!

Men (Women):

Fuck you God in the ass, mouth and cunt-uh! (Hasa)
Fuck you God in the ass, mouth and cunt-uh! (diga eebowai)
Fuck you God in the ass, mouth and cunt-uh! (Hasa)

Ugandans:

Fuck you in the other eye! [Price and Cunningham get up. Mafala begins to dance with Cunningham and Nabulungi begins to dance with Price]

Women (Men):

Fuck you, God! (Fuck you, God!)
Fuck you, God!
Fuck you, God! (Fuck you!)

Ugandans:

Hasa Diga, Fuuuck Youuu Goddd! In the cuuuuuunt! [the villagers put up their middle fingers one last time, then leave. Mafala's daughter takes Price and Cunningham to their quarters]
Fuck you, God!

You’re getting a feel for this stuff now?
As one might expect there were a large number of ‘gays’ in the audience. The screeches and roars of approval, the standing hands-above-the-head ovations were, for me, as shocking as anything happening on stage. Yes, much of the prancing ‘gay’ stuff was funny but the obviously offensive material (well, obvious to me anyway) did not seemingly detract from enjoyment of the evening. Small were the number who did not stand and applaud tumultuously.
The leading missionary gets anally raped by ‘the general’ and much fun is had watching our hero painfully trying sit down. The weaker missionary becomes a hero. He tells the Ugandans they shouldn’t f*** babies, That’s wrong! (but how would they know? Being black? And seemingly subhuman. O, go on tell me! I’m missing the point. Why don’t you bring on Ricky Gervais for a few ‘post-modern ‘spastic’ jokes).
The missionary tells them that his ‘Holy Book’ (which he has not read) says they must f*** frogs instead…..so much onstage f***ing of frogs ensues.
He also gets to ‘baptise’ the villages pretty girl. In this scene of hideous double-speak (for any Christian) ‘baptism’ actually means he gets to shag the girl.
The whole village converts although their version of Mormonism is wildly ‘inappropriate’ and misconstrued (but how would subhumans begin to understand such a thing?). They celebrate their conversion by cavorting about the stage wearing 18 inch erect penises.
Meanwhile Christ, Joseph Smith, Darth Vader, Hobbits, Hitler and various other characters (they’re mostly fictional, mostly evil) are represented as interchangeable and (it is implicitly suggested) equally valid, sources of human inspiration.
(All this stuff can be found in the script, if you’re interested)
Hmmm.
It can be no coincidence that one of the main writers describes himself as ‘ethnically Jewish’ (no available info on the other one).
The utter cultural dominance of anti-Christian Zionists is in our faces for all to see. That it should come to this is no great surprise. That so few seem to care about it testifies to the brilliance, thoroughness (and the intensive funding) of their enterprise.
As our Zionist leaders prepare to bomb Syria from a safe distance.
As they prepare to sacrifice poor US blacks and ‘Appalachians’.
As the Zionist elite prepare to flee Israel (as they are ready to do at a moment’s notice (see Jewish Christian convert Roi Tov’s “The Cross of Bethlehem“)
….happy to sacrifice Israeli ‘schnorrers’ (the poor Jews who don’t matter) when Iranian, Russian or Chinese missiles strike.
As World War Three gets underway……..
Look around you.
Look carefully.
Inhale.
Deep breath.
…….catch the smell?
Have we been degraded and polluted beyond belief?
If so, can it all be someone else’s fault?

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Teacher (physics/maths), would-be Christian, pro-community, anti-hierarchy.

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