KEVIN VanStory, insert above, a “Conservative Constitutional Christian“, shelved his” Belt of Truth “and a” Painting of Justice “- at least for a while.
According to Kansas City Star VanStory, a MAKO edition leader of the Salt and Light Brigade – which includes Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and Oklahoma – was ready to train Christians to fight the “fiery darts of doubt. , denial and deception ”of Satan at an event scheduled for today. (Saturday) in southwest Missouri.
But the rally was canceled due to “low attendance levels.”
If that had been the case, Satan’s enemies – the Missouri Embattled Warriors – would have learned “hand-to-hand combat” among other things.
In an enthusiastic message on Facebook, the chubby real estate agent said:
Heavenly Father, your warrior is preparing for battle. Today, I claim victory over Satan by putting on the full armor of God!
In addition to his “Belt of Truth” and a “Painting of Justice”, the nutcase also intended to don a “Belt of Truth” and a “Shield of Faith”.
The most famous member of the Salt and Light Brigade is “Coach” Dave Daubenmire, above, who posted an even more flowery post on VanStory’s Facebook page. He proclaims therein:
The American Church is the 98-pound weakling that Charles Atlas used to talk about. At some point, Christians will have to go to the weight room and fight against the Luciferian tyrants.
Getting your ass kicked doesn’t make a saint anymore. Combat pressure does. In fact, it’s often called “resistance training”. At the heart of resistance training is the act of pushing back. The American Church has learned that “pushing back” is not Christian.
This is a socialist LIE. Standing up against evil and resisting it builds character… The American religious system has made American man weak and dependent. He turned men into mice, lions into cats, and sharks into evanescent female jellyfish. The American church is broken.
How crazy is Daubenmire? Very! Last year he claimed in a video he was put in danger of fire while watching a Super Bowl halftime show this weekend – and said he thought he had a strong case to sue the National Football League “for approximately $ 867 trillion”.
What sparked ‘Coach Dave’ hysterical rant during his ‘Pass The Salt Live’ webcast was a performance starring Latin pop artists Shakira and Jennifer Lopez. The pair, according to Christian Post:
Danced with lots of hip twitching and barely dressed spots in stripper poles.
VanStory, from Neosho, described the squad as:
A group of Christian men and women who come out and stand up against injustice.
He said The star Wednesday that the training would be “an intensive study on self-defense”.
But some who monitor extremist organizations said the rally raised concerns, saying it looked like far-right paramilitary training and that the group was using fear-mongering tactics to lure people in.
Bakersfield.com Quoted Devin Burghart, executive director of the Institute for Human Rights Research and Education, as saying:
The group tries to hide the far-right paramilitary formation behind a friendly facade. Regardless of the label, the group uses racist alarm bells to lure people into paramilitary activities. Whether or not they call it a militia, everyone should be worried about a far-right paramilitary group like this coming to Missouri.
This VanStory denied, saying it was a “very loosely organized” group was not a militia and the event was nothing to fear.
News of the event sparked a deluge of reactions, mostly critical, on social media.
A man wrote on Facebook:
Nothing says Jesus like a 9mm and a punch in the throat.
I think anyone who has read the gospels knows the importance Jesus placed on hand-to-hand combat. “If someone slaps you on the right cheek, give them a knuckle sandwich and draw your handgun.” “