Artist and Church in Calfornia Worship Trayvon Martin in Holiday Display

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Liberals Worshiping Trayvon

Freddy’s Note:

I can’t think of a more offensive thing than this display at a church in Californian.  In this display, a shot and bleeding Trayvon Martin literally takes the place of Jesus.

In case anyone has been hiding in a doomday bunker for the last two years, Trayvon was a teen punk with a history of being a petty thief, that was wondering around a gated Neighborhood that he didn’t belong in, when he was confronted by the moron George Zimmerman. Now George should have stayed in his truck.

But when he did, Martin overpowered him was pounding Martin’s face into the concrete when Zimmerman killed him.  Absolutely not a Stand Your Ground Case. It was a Self Defense case.Martin was a teenage punk. Live like a punk, die like a punk. The world is better off without him and to be honest, the world would be better without Zimmerman as well.

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Stupidest Holiday Display of All Time

But to use this in a holiday display is just really offensive to everyone.  I hope the artist never works again and I really hope the Church loses it core following and ceases to exist.

The Worst Church and the Worst Artist in the World award for 2013 goes to these fraking morons:

Claremont United Methodist Church Decides to worship Trayvon Martin

There are your usual nativity scenes, and then there is the nativity scene in front of Claremont United Methodist Church in Claremont, California featuring Trayvon Martin bleeding onto the ground, alongside baby Jesus and Mary.

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Teenage Punk Thief dies in front of his Parole Officer Jesus

For the past seven years, the church has commissioned its nativity scene to be turned into a provocative art piece set in a contemporary context that goes beyond a simple retelling of the classic bible story. This year’s artist, John Zachary, had previously turned Mary and Jesus into Iraq War refugees and Mexican immigrants. This year, he wanted to tackle gun violence.

“I’ve tried to make them contemporary issues that are provocative as they relate to the nativity story,” Zachary said. When describing the Trayvon Martin nativity scene, Zachary said he wanted to challenge the contemporary telling of the nativity story that is comfortable and pleasant. This year’s nativity scene certainly does that.

“What if Jesus was lying there bleeding to death?” Zachary said.

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The nativity scene reads: “A Child is Born, a Son is Given.”

If you’re having trouble finding a connection between the nativity story and the murder of Trayvon Martin, Zachary is confident that this year’s scene is “in keeping with the teachings of Jesus.” It’s supposed to attack our “privilege,” as Zachary puts it. And it’s supposed to make us uncomfortable – again, that’s the point.

Zachary’s nativity scene will stay up until January 5. Now we just have to wait a year to see what he comes up with next.

Neighbors say: How dare you put up Christmas Decorations!

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Note by Freddy: If I had neighbors like this, I would leave my Christmas Lights on 365 days a year. And  if the anti-Christmas neighbors are reading this. I would just like to say Merry Christmas. I hope Santa and his reindeer both take a dump on your house on Christmas eve.

NEWTON, Mass. (WHDH) — One Christmas display in Newton has pitted neighbor against neighbor.
The home glows with holiday cheer in one Newton neighborhood: Santa, snowmen, baby Jesus in a manger. For the Hunter family it’s an electric display of the Christmas spirit, but someone sent them a letter saying otherwise.

“Not everybody in the neighborhood is Christian and many people do not wish to see such a flagrant display of your beliefs,” said Kelly Hunter, received complaint.

The letter was signed only “your neighbors.” The person who wrote it complained that the trimmings are tacky.
“You are of course free worship as you believe, celebrate as you please, and free to have bad taste, but please have the good sense to do these things in the privacy of your own home. Sincerely, your neighbors.” Kelly Hunter read.

“We’re not anti-anything. We are Christian, we are celebrating our faith. People are free to do that,” said Kristen Hunter, received complaint.

“Coward, wish they could have said who it is, sign your name to it,” Kelly said.
The display started 40 years ago by the children’s grandfather.  “It really means just keeping my grandfather’s legacy alive, and I think it means a lot to the neighborhood too,” said Caleb Hunter, received complaint.  The Hunter family says they won’t let this letter put a sour note on their Christmas.

“We have so much support; people are really showing their love,” said Kristen.
The letter was postmarked from Boston, so the Hunters say they’re not entirely convinced it’s from one of their direct neighbors.