Oh my goodness. These people have lost it…
Concerned Oklahomas gather to protest the airing of Cosmos, citing the show’s agenda is ‘clearly anti-Christian and biased against creationist values.’ Citizens have threatened to vote to ‘secdee’ [sic] from the United States during the 2014 gubernatorial and ballot issue election if Cosmos is not formally removed from all Oklahoma based television networks.
Saddlebridge Township, Oklahoma – Furious parents and citizens of Oklahoma took to the streets early Thursday, protesting against Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos. Protesters allege the show is blatantly promoting an anti-Creationist agenda and is ‘standing against the Judeo-Christian moors and values of the Saddleback Township community and others nationwide.”
The first protests against Cosmos in the community took place some two weeks ago, after a local paper claimed an airing of Cosmos in a school caused several children to experience ‘demonic possession’. Parents cite one kid became completely enamored with the show during a terrifyingly supernatural event linked with Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s narrative explaining the “God of the Gaps” theory.
Several weeks ago, citizens accused Tyson of using his Cosmos program to forward other agendas, not limited to a ‘homogay’ agenda, wizardry/haroldry, astrology and other vehemently anti-Christian teachings.
Delores Simmons, whose child was involved in the prior airing of Cosmos that precipitated the anti-science scare in Oklahoma, claims petitions are already going about to elect pro-Creation candidates for upcoming elections.
“If we allow this Tyson to keep publicly airing his beliefs, God just may strike us down with a cosmic meteor this summer. That would be ironic justice if you ask me, so we should just take this show off now before that happens.”
Other citizens in Oklahoma agree. The latest Rasmussen polls on the subject show that over 64% people in Oklahoma feel Cosmos is dangerous and carries a strong anti-theist and Creation message.
SaddleBridge Township Petition to Remove Cosmos From Local Television Affiliates
Cosmos is a dangerous television program with strong ties to the Satanic Ra occult. The show veils itself under the guise of ‘inspiration science’, but unveils its wolf teeth every time Neil DeGrasse Tyson spouts anti-Creationist rhetoric that possesses the minds of Oklahoma’s children.
The parents of the Saddlebridge Community continue to feel Cosmos is inappropriate material for television and therefore must be removed from all programming within the state. Following are examples of the dangers presents by Cosmos: A Space Journey.
Tyson cusses at our children and scares them into his beliefs. The quote above is taken directly from Tyson’s lips. Do we need ‘teachers’ cussing at our students to scare them into a radical belief system?
2. Demonizing Pastors/Priests, The World’s Best Educators
The writers behind Cosmos love to hide the fact that Christians and the early Catholic church are the foundation of modern science. Gregor Mendel was a monk. Christians invented the telescope, the concept of space-time, the airplane, X-rays, the modern semi-conductor. Francis Bacon,Lord Kelvin Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, Leibniz, Andre Marie Ampere, Copernicus, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Werner Heisenberg, all devout Christians.
The greatest educators on Earth are Christians and pastors, so we does Cosmos always paint the Pope as the Disney villains of each episode?
3. Ra Worship/Haroldry
On a starry night in a field gules, Neil DeGrasse Tyson hovers above the Earth and teaches the words of Ra to all who will listen. Neil Tyson is a harold of Ra, poisoning the minds of the innocent with all sorts of ancient Egyptian curses and brainwashing. Look at the icons on the vest of Tyson and we can see the makings of Wiccan occultism.