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LINK Missionary May Face Genocide Charges After Contacting Isolated Brazilian Tribe | Hemant Mehta | Friendly Atheist | Patheos

Apparently, Christian missionaries haven’t learned a damn thing from John Allen Chau.

It was just months ago when the delusional man invaded the home of the isolated Sentinelese tribe, only to get shot by arrows and killed, leading to a global facepalm over the ignorance of people who risk everything to push their God on strangers.

Now another man has followed in his footsteps in Brazil.

snytiger6 9 Jan 27
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1

so, not to put too fine a point on it here, but the dangers of socially isolating should come out in technicolor now right

2

Goddammit, these savage muthafuckas will convert to my fucking god of love and mercy even if I have to kill them!

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Missionaries have been throughout history the single most damaging thing to come out of religion.

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Hehe, I can almost hear it now.
The Village Look-out shouts, " String your bows, gather your arrows, lookie lookie more target prctice approaching." LOL

4

They will kill him too. 🙂

I certainly hope so and very very slowly as well.

5

Stupid faithfools never learn. He'll wind up dead too.

Good!!

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These missionaries need to be held accountable. Gauging intent shouldn't be necessary. If one of these remote tribes dies of a deadly disease, intent won't matter.

Agree 100%. They should all be charged with depraved indifference.

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