Buddy Christ

Buddy Christ Meme | I WENT ON THAT CROSS BECAUSE #ALL LIVES MATTER | image tagged in memes,buddy christ | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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10 ups, 2 replies
Wow-what a bunch of close-minded racists we gots here now. A user posts a nice enough meme, not calling out anyone, just stating his beliefs in a nice enough way. And his co- memers leapt on his throat like hyenas.
You know Christians do come in all colors and saying all lives mattered to Christ is part of the faith. So it is a religious statement here not political. I actually have no dogs in this fight, as I'm an atheist but I can't see how acting like this meme advocates mutilating puppies is up to the standards I always see from this community.
Oh and BTW separating the races is racism by definition.
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Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | WELL SAID ! | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
The same people are quick to defend one anti islam meme. But when ones clever and nice they pounce all over it. This is an echo of some peoples American values today. Sad.
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All live mattered except everyone's that didnt
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One Does Not Simply Meme | ONE DOES NOT SIMPLY MATTER! | image tagged in memes,one does not simply | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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The Most Interesting Man In The World Meme | I DONT ALWAYS WORK FOR THE DARK LORD SUARON BUT WHEN I DO, I STAY CLASSY MY FRIENDS | image tagged in memes,the most interesting man in the world | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | IT WAS NICE TO SEE CHRIST ON THE FRONT PAGE, 1ST WHERE HE BELONGS! | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Great meme brother! Thank you!
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But Thats None Of My Business Meme | JESUS HAS RALLIED MORE LOVE AND POLITICS IN MAN THAN ANY OTHER SINGLE FIGURE IN HISTORY | image tagged in memes,but thats none of my business,kermit the frog | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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6 ups, 3 replies
Dosent the Bible endorse slavery
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4 ups, 1 reply
Which is f**king horrible
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10 ups, 3 replies
No, the people who claim it does either Take things out of context, or don't understand what Translations mean between Cultures.
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8 ups, 1 reply
Anything that makes the Bible look as bad as it really is is said to be taken out of context, even if it is completely within the appropriate context. Yes, the OT allows for slavery. Yes, the NT tells slaves to obey their masters. Yes, there are savage and barbaric things not just in, not just condoned, but commanded by the Bible. Just accept it and move on.
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4 ups, 1 reply
“Anyone who kidnaps another and either sells him or still has him when he is caught must be put to death” (Exodus 21:16).

The Bible doesn't condone slavery, it merely says how slaves should be treated. The slaves of then are different than from the past few hundred years. People would sell themselves if they were broke, or if they couldn't take care of themselves.
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That verse likely referred to kidnapping fellow Hebrews to enslave them. Debt bondage was a type of slavery in that time, that's true. But that had to do with Hebrew males only. Israelites were allowed to enslave captured enemy soldiers, as well as buy slaves from other nations, and these slaves were slaves for life. They could even be passed down from father to son as property, because they were property (Exodus 21:21)

Saying the Bible doesn't condone slavery but says how slaves should be treated is like saying I don't condone arson but here's a list of good accelerants to use.
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1 Timothy 1:8–10
8 Now we know that rthe law is good, if one uses it lawfully, 9 understanding this, that the slaw is not laid down for the just but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and sinners, for the unholy and profane, for those who strike their fathers and mothers, for murderers, 10 the sexually immoral, men who practice homosexuality, enslavers, liars, perjurers, and whatever else is contrary to sound3 doctrine

This says enslavers will be punished. Show me the verse that says you could enslave your enemies.
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My understanding is that that verse in 1 Timothy refers to people to capture others to enslave them; it does not condemn owning slaves. Numerous verses in the gospels and epistles clearly allow for owning slaves, and Jesus himself used slavery in some parables without condemning it.

Deuteronomy 20:10-14 seems to indicate you can enslave people from conquered cities, if they surrender. Numbers chapter 31 gives an unambiguous case of the Israelites killing adult women and male children, and keeping female children as spoils of war. I'm pretty sure they didn't have tea parties and watch My Little Pony (or My Little Camel)
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I wasn'y trying to say that it condemned slavery, just that it condemned enslaving people against their will. Again, the concept of slavery back then is much different than what we think of today.
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Thing is, they lived in the Roman Empire. When Slavery was a norm of culture. They weren't able to free every Slave in the world, so their goal was to convert as many as possible, and get the people treating each other better. To complain about the Bible, you need to understand culture, context, and History, behind it
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Lol and you do? You know every single copy of the bible you can get today was changed by King Henry to what he saw fit.
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False... Have you ever heard of the dead Sea scrolls, the Beatty papyri, or the Bodmer papyri? Hint: They were all around way before King Henry (or even Constantine, which is another false rumor). There is a lot of misinformation out there; I can understand why people believe untruths. Don't take my word for the above archeological evidence, please research it yourself to see if I'm lying.
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Aaaaah the perfection
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4 ups, 1 reply
If you think "all lives matter" actually care about "all lives" you're retarded.
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I trust no one, I use the Hashtag because I'm not Racist. Unlike you
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It was easy, you just needed a Mirror
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OOOOOOHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! OHMYGOD 10/10 m8 u rekt me
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quite literally nothing matters to anything or for anything
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My life doesn't matter. I really want to kill myself. And I am totally not an edgy teenager looking for attention.
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hail satan
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4 ups, 2 replies
"All lives matter" except gays, Jews, Muslims, blacks and anyone else that doesn't agree with a f**king bit of tree
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I think there's a bit of Misunderstanding here...
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8 ups, 1 reply
Actually, there's Racism on both sides. If you think it's one-sided, you're as bad a racist as the Liberal News Outlets.
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No. We're talking about one thing. BLM is calling attention to a disproportionate number of deaths of unarmed people of color. That's not to say that's the only thing that needs to be addressed in this country. But now is the time when they want to address that problem. Bringing up every problem that you see as being related and arguing that nothing should be addressed until we address it all is just a way of ignoring what they want to address. You're saying I won't consider your cancer unless we talk about my hay fever at the same time. It's selfish.
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6 ups, 1 reply
More whites are killed by the police than blacks. And blacks commit a grossly disproportionate amount of crime in this country. Probably more likely to be killed by a cop after committing armed robbery and going for their gun than, you know, obeying the law hahahahaha
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Blacks commit a disportionate number of crimes so it is no wonder they have more contact with police. Then, when confronted, they resist and escalate the situation and the inevitable occurs. Yes, the Cops are more on edge when confronting Blacks but look at it this way. If EVERY poodle you ever tried to pet bit you, how would you approach the next poodle you encountered?
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2 ups, 2 replies
Have you looked at the conditions the poodles live in? That is to say, they don't bite you because they're poodles. They bite you because they have probably been mistreated.
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Who's fault is that? It's unfortunate that 70 percent of inner city young males grow up with no father. Their role models become the people who blame whites for their problems. Its a vicious cycle yes. But blaming isn't the answer. We need to unify and fix the root of the problem.
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Love it. As a person that has a masters in Sarcasm and a minor in Cynicism I can say I really appreciate this comment. :-)
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Can't train the citizens? It's called school tony. I agree (wow never thought id say this) with you about uneasiness around police. But many of these shootings could be avoided if the individuals complied, did as the officer demended and didn't become boligetant. I'm not saying we need to ignore the fact that there is racism in LE. What I am saying is groups like BLM are not protesters. They are a disruption designed to pull apart and divide the fabric of our nation. Blocking interstates, chanting kill police, and now killing police are not ways to restore confidence in police officers who just want to make a positive impact. I wonder how long it will be before im rewarded with more ammunition about this argunent. It's just a matter of time before a black person will die in an ambulance, because they can't get past a group of protesters, and to the hospital quick enough.
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I guess I have to respond to your statement about the schools training the citizens. Are you suggesting classes for black people about obedience to the police? After Civics class where we learn what our rights are comes a class to tell us not to expect to be protected by those rights. And your idea about the protesters; most are peaceful but some are not. But i understand why some minorities are tired of waiting patiently for someone else to decide the Constitution protects them as well.
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Maybe if there is such a problem with compliance to police a session on behavior when faced with them would be nessicary. It certainly couldn't hurt. Don't assume the majority of police are racist. That is most certainly untrue. Many officers are intact black. They return to their neighborhood to make a positive difference. If they don't feel that way maybe they take this into consideration. I also have no problem with protesters, but do you really believe disruption of emergency routes is the correct avenue ( no pun intended) to take? Because many many BLM protests are held there. In my opinion this is a passive aggressive form of endangerment to fellow citizens. Not to mention annoyance to people who simply want to go to work and mind their own business.
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Protests are by design disruptive. No I don't want them holding me or anybody else up but the problem they are addressing is a severe one. They're afraid of losing their family members.
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Thats upvote quality there!

I know alot of them are afraid for their families, but we re talking about a group that literally ships people from city to city just to cause civil unrest. Most of them are paid protesters. Which tells me that the cause they have is not as important to alot them as the make it out to be. I'll try to place myself in their shoes. I just can't excuse the form of protest they present. Racism is was at an all time low, before BLM. Thanks to dr. Kings teachings. With the imergence of HIM we are regressing once again pitting two races against eachother. The message has been deluded at this point.
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Agreed. But the treatment part i have to disagree with. 99% of the time blacks have been conditioned to dispise police, there for they act out. But if what you say were true, wouldn't you be extra careful and compliant? It's not as if a vast majority of cops have the mind set that "im going to shoot this N." But this is also part of the problem. Two groups nervous about dealing with eachother because of a shaky past. If each side knows that the potential for violence is high, they both will conduct themselves as such. I'm always going to side with the perceived peace officer. You will always side with the subdued. Maybe if we can agree that there is a solution, aside from belittling eachothers values, real change can occur. Black father's need to raise their children and be in there lives. 70% single mother's is to damn high. Le agencies need to more closely monitor their officers behavior.
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We can only demand change in legislation. I wish the divorce rate were lower but over all its over 50% so let's say we need to fix that instead of saying blacks need to fix their rates only. And saying blacks are 99% conditioned to despise LE is flat out racist. Also blacks are more likely the subject of random stops so small offenses such as marijuana or no insurance affects blacks at disproportionate rates. If whites were randomly stopped as much as blacks there would be a white crime wave like you've never imagined.
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Not my intention. You just make zero attempts. I'm sorry.
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So you are saying most blacks do not think racism is at an all time low, but yet you call me a racist for saying most of them dispose police? Your whole arguement is about how mostly blacks are victims are racially bias by police? Whites account for many crimes in this country. Although blacks are account for more convictions. In USA blacks account for 19%of the population. So your arguement would be proven invalid if you were willing to agree that atleast 55% of the arresting officers were not racist. Which I think is a generous assumptions. Random stops are mostly myth, as the need for probable cause could simply be speeding, taillight, or incomplete stop. You nor I could prove they are or are not random, so that arguement is invalid.
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Hopefully you are this as you are unreplayable. It's frustrating debating someone who dismisses everything and is to intertwined in their own beliefs that they cannot even throw the other party a bone when they agree with them. You constant dismissal and deflection and inability to fairly debate is appalling. It's easy to go on the internet and search for opinionated websites that stroke your ego. Its tougher to read into ones that do not. Thats how i draw my conclusions. Maybe someday you'll do what you preach and keep an open mind and not let emotion and opinion overrule facts. I hope someday you will be able to swallow your pride long enough to make a difference instead of further dividing the American people.
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The things you said that I disagree with I replied to. The ones I agree with I forgot to stroke tour ego, to use your term. Sorry about that. I don't divide anything or anyone. I'm interested in the positive message of the BLM movement. Not in the negativity that you focus on. Your comments have been about your negative views about the black community and not a word about any reason that blacks might feel discriminated against. There is much more impact from racism on the black community than the impact of BLM on the white community. People who argue that we can't discuss BLM without discussing the effect they have on the white community is the exact reason I wrote my original comment. And you showed yourself to be exactly the type of person I was talking about. Thanks for the assist.
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Saying 99% are conditioned to despise is a categorization based on race. You can't possibly believe or support that argument. I also don't think that every black person who sees the prevalence of racism expresses hatred or exhibits hostility toward LE. The idea of BLM is to express the desire to change the prevalent bias before it becomes contact between LE and persons of color. They are trying to stop a contentious and sometimes hostile dynamic by calling for equal application of constitutional rights and normal human respect.
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Poor tony.
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Oh. I get it. If you pity me it means you're better than me. Like the morons who call you kid to show how mature they are. Ok. Enjoy. Thanks again.
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