Chaplain warns Christians that Obama’s atheist army is going to go all Django on them

“Dr. Chaps” Gordon Klingenschmitt, a Chaplain, told Dove TV that the Obama administration is bent on driving Christians out of the Armed Forces in order to create an all-atheist military because he knows stuff.

Klingonwhateverthefuckhisnameis said, “The “atheist left,” wants to “get rid of all the Christians in the military so they can take over. Now we see the Obama administration is stockpiling armored personnel carriers, and the Department of Homeland Security [has] billions of rounds of ammunition; who are they going to use that against? If there’s no Christians serving in the government, eventually that is all going to be turned against us.”









Klingingtostuff continued, “Don’t think that can’t happen,” he cautioned, telling Christians to expect increasing “persecution.”

Watch courtesy of Right Wing Watch:

Increasing persecution? Yes, because Obama has been putting them all in FEMA camps. Have you checked Tier Three Section 4? Well have you?


  • Cosmic_Surfer

    Oh, wonderful…Obama the anti-Christ; Obama the Illuminati; Obama the head of the N Am Caliphate; Obama the installer of the Muslim Brotherhood and Sharia Law…Guess I best find a back route out of the FEMA Camp these idiots believe is under DIA (Its entrance is marked by the Demon Horse)

    • Anomaly 100

      FFS. How many times do I have to remind you? We at FON are the Illuminati, whatever that is. Obama is the Anti-Christ, Sharia Muslim brotherhood, Satan guy.

      • mmaynard119

        Wait a minute. I’m not part of the part of the Illuminati. I’m not going to hoard that many light bulbs, boss, now that the ban has been lifted.

        • Anomaly 100

          Well you’re part of the Illuminati (whatever that is) NOW. Mwha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

          • Carla Akins

            That’s fine by me, just keep us out of NWO, wrestlers scare me.

          • Anomaly 100

            The New World Orderz? Nah, I think Alex Jones is all over that. We’re just Illuminatis. (Whatever that is)

          • Carla Akins

            You don’t ever turn your tv on, do you?

          • Anomaly 100

            Does it show?

          • Carla Akins

            I’m just giving you a hard time. It’s easy to tease you when you don’t know what a puppy brother is (easily the most liked commercial on tv for last 6 months) we can tell you don’t indulge in the mindless arts.

          • Anomaly 100

            I just don’t seem to have lots of TV time. Although, if Comgen sent me a couple of good movies I’d make the time (hint hint).

          • Carla Akins

            I can’t imagine why not? I can’t keep up with twitter alone, and I’m barely in the double digits. I’ve seen in passing what he calls the “classics” be wary. Make him send you the BBC series Luther.

          • Anomaly 100

            Are you talking about his mention of classics last night?

          • Carla Akins

            yes, although I’m guess there’s a story behind that – and I’m not asking.

          • Anomaly 100

            Yes, yes there is. It’s just something he’ll never let me live down now.

          • Carla Akins

            that’s what friends are for, to torment you all your remaining days.

          • Anomaly 100

            Apparently. Sigh.

          • mmaynard119

            There is a current “reality” show about the women who wrestle for the WWE. It’s a supposed look at their lives backstage Interesting how many have husbands or boyfriends in pro wrestling. Given their travel schedules and fear of interacting with the “marks”, I guess its only bound to happen that way. The show is “Total Divas” on the highly educational E! Channel.

          • mmaynard119

            No, the WCW – New Word Order was for real. Alex Jones is still a figment of his imagination.He’s a one-man red flag operation.

          • mmaynard119

            At one time, I knew some pro wrestlers. My favorite was Kevin Sullivan. I knew Kevin’s brother, Charlie, who was VP of a local bank. Kevin was a great talker. He could ramble on about “The Tree of Woe:, etc, for as m much time as you gave him. Kevin was playing a Disciple of the Devil, and called him “The Prince of Darkness”. I used to go into the bank and yell to Charlie, “How is the Prince of Darkness doing?”

            There was a bar in South Boston that the wrestlers used to go after performing at the Boston Garden. The joke among the wrestlers was that the marks would be shocked to see the “faces” and “heels” having a beer together, especially if they saw “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan and The Iron Sheik (from Cincinnati) together laughing. Back then, there were a lot more who thought pro wrestling was real competition. Back then, pro wrestling was heavily “Mob influenced”. Bruno Sammartino was heavily protected by them. Gorilla Monsoon was a former Mob enforcer.

            The two nicest groups of pro athletes were those who relied most on their bodies and were itinerant: hockey players and wrestlers. Now most are college graduates. Pro wrestlers do 250 to 300 shows per year, many internationally. They put their body on the line each time. They are actors/stunt men. I have a great deal of respect for them.

            But the New World Order went downhill when that poseur, Terry Bollea, joined them. Here we are years later and Bollea, Bischoff, etc. are still doing their same tired act.

            It was a big deal that a pro wrestlers “came out” this week. Even more of a big deal that the other wrestlers applauded his courage. Twenty years ago, like most male-dominated locker rooms, he would have been ostracized.

            Aren’t you glad you asked? Where else could you get a sociological treatise on professional wrestling?

          • Carla Akins

            I am glad I asked! The first Mr. believes 1980 style wrestling was real. Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, the whole group. My youngest son is now 27, for his 13th birthday I bought tickets for WWE event in KC. His Dad took him and his cousin to watch Owen Hart plunge to his death. (not intentionally of course) To this day, I fear I have harmed my child by sending him to that event. Just fun trivia – the first Mr. still thinks wrestling is not choreographed, thinks Elvis is alive and Bigfoot i real, and I’m not pulling your leg.

          • mmaynard119

            There recently was a Celebrity Wife Swap with Flair and Piper. Shortly after airing, Fliar’s wife (#4 or #5 I believe) filed for divorce. RRP and his wife have a cattle farm in Washington and lead a very quiet life. Flair (who recently lost his son to drug overdose) is heavily into being “Ric Flair – Stylin’ and Profilin'” He was kind of sad to watch. I saw too many locker room types like him.

          • Carla Akins

            had seen on the cover of the Star (while online at the store) they were having a nasty divorce) complete with domestic violence and everything.

          • wcarver

            That’s the problem when one views the world from the comfort of their flying saucer.

          • mmaynard119
  • steve

    This is the single dumbest thing I ever heard from a so called preacher!

  • Carla Akins

    Aren’t we (the left) anti-war? Or did I miss that meeting? So, let’s speculate: what would Obama do with an all atheist army? My first guess would be the same things he’s been during with the armed services all along. Preparedness to keep us safe. Jeez, I didn’t realize how batshit crazy that sounds until I put it in print.

    Never mind, Klingingtosstuff is right, he plans on turning on all the Christians in this nation in order to prepare for the all-out Zombie Apocalypse . We should have seen this coming.

    • PeaceNikki

      The atheists in the military are the libertarians.

  • Deborah Bliss

    Lmao….bloody idiot……

  • Chris Evans

    Where do I go to sign up for this Atheist Army?

  • Tommy6860

    Maybe if we had an Atheist military with atheist leadership, fighting wars would be almost non-existent. Since many of thsoe are based on religious beliefs, there’s be more thought put into education, rather than killing poor indoctrinated people, where the radicals who survive, enlist more of the same to fight back. But, the military industrial complex would have nothing iof that.

  • Django Fett

    Damn straight I’m gonna go all me on you. Right after I finish this HAARP powered Chemcloud I’m making for the reptilian U.N. gun-grabbers.

    I should have retained the animated rights to gun-grabber.

  • juicyfruityyy

    Our history books will read: “The United States, is the only country. that has been known. to send 50% of their Religious Leaders to jail because hell was too full. “

  • shpilk

    I blame the methamphetamine powder these morons are huffing.
    It’s either that, or the model airplane glue.

  • Cannikin

    Anytime fascist “Christians” aren’t allowed to codify their radical beliefs into public policy, they cry persecution.

  • Frank Ambessi

    Looks like a picked the wrong week to stop huffing paint. Oh Lawd

  • DesertSun59

    This particular brand of the cult known as Christianity focuses on persecution. The originator of this cult (him) is projecting. The Right are masters at it.

  • wcarver

    The Atheist in the military is treated like dogshit by their Christian “comrades” and commanders. However, I don’t see military structure, order and traditions being all that compatible with most Atheists – we tend be uncomfortable with activities that involve injuring, oppressing or killing people.