claiming that the flooding in Iowa is God’s handiwork and a sign that they were clearly rather evil people? Do they not have the courage to see God’s handiwork? The precedents are so widespread!


Although the loss of lives is deeply saddening, this act of God destroyed a wicked city. From “Girls Gone Wild” to “Southern Decadence,” New Orleans was a city that had its doors wide open to the public celebration of sin. …

Let us pray for those ravaged by this disaster. However, we must not forget that the citizens of New Orleans tolerated and welcomed the wickedness in their city for so long. — ‘Repent America’s’ Michael Marcavage

here was a tsunami and there are terrible natural disasters, because there isn’t enough Torah study…black people reside there [New Orleans]. Blacks will study the Torah? [God said] let’s bring a tsunami and drown them…Hundreds of thousands remained homeless. Tens of thousands have been killed. All of this because they have no God… Bush was behind the [expulsion of] Gush Katif, he encouraged Sharon to expel Gush Katif… we had 15,000 people expelled here [in Israel], and there [in America] 150,000 [were expelled]. It was God’s retribution… God does not short-change anyone. — Rabbi Ovadia Yoseph

2004 Earthquake and Tsunami in Asia:

We know that at these resorts … and especially at Christmas, fornication and sexual perversion of all kinds are rampant. … The fact that it [earthquake and tsunami] happened at this particular time is a sign from Allah. It happened at Christmas, when fornicators and corrupt people from all over the world come to commit fornication and sexual perversion. … We must atone for our sins and for the acts of the stupid people among us and improve our condition. We must fight fornication, homosexuality, usury, fight the corruption on the face of the earth, and the disregard of the lives of protected people. — Sheik Fawzan Al-Fawzan

The AIDS virus:

AIDS is not just God’s punishment for homosexuals; it is God’s punishment for the society that tolerates homosexuals. — Jerry Falwell

Let us have some courage and follow these wise men’s examples of finding the very angry spiritual in the supposedly ‘natural’ disasters. Muffti is persuaded and thinks its about time we recognized this for what it is:
Des Moines: City of Sin

Des Moines, city of sin of the Northwest! You now pay for your indulgence and abominations. Clearly God hates Iowa’s tendencies to…ummmn…help Muffti out here? Is it voting republicans? any ideas?

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  • Just to note that Chertoff, the guy at Homeland Security, did call the tornado that killed the scouts: “It seems like the Boy Scouts didn’t have a chance. It’s truly a tragic act of God.”

  • I know by saying this I’ll be accused of having a cold heart, but did anyone else think of the season finale of Weeds and Kevin Nealon singing “Just Like the Superdo-ome” when you heard of the floods in the “heartland”?

    Well, this is just like the Superdo-ome
    Except no rape or piles of human waste.
    It’s still not quite like home even though we got wi-fi,
    some cookies and toothpaste.
    Yeah, it’s just like the Superdo-ome
    ‘cept everyone’s white and middle-class.
    We got some yoga people chanting, oh, there’s lots of Gatorade
    and toilet paper to wipe our @ss.
    This is just like the Superdo-oh-ome.

  • GOD and I are having still having some MAJOR issues with what the Rubaskin’s did in Potsville, Iowa!

    PLEASE continue to cover this story and please write to Trader Joe’s who is still carrying David’s Best, yet they won’t buy products from China due to “human right’s violations”. Well we all saw what God just did to China recently and thankfully only about 7 Pandas were killed. As for God’s other creatures there, the humans, they probably deserved it for destroying the Pandas in the first place and whatever the hell else they do that the world was so upset about the Olympics being held there…

  • As an Iowa City denizen, I know we are considered the Sin City of the Hawkeye state. The three cities hardest hit probably have the largest Jewish communities: Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Iowa City. Coincidence? H’mm….