Friday, August 8, 2014

Turner Broadcasting Set to Broadcast Program Mocking and Ridiculing Blacks, Jesus Christ and Christianity.


Turner Broadcasting’s Cartoon Network is scheduled to start airing the blasphemous, racist program BLACK JESUS on Thursday, August 7.

The program features a black Jesus character in an urban American setting. The program’s Jesus uses “f” words, smokes marijuana and drinks. One preview of the show, with bleeped out “f” words, advertises “the most anticipated comeback in history.” It also says viewers should “Get ready to feel the spirit of the glory of the most high,” with black gospel music in the background.

Movieguide® is asking people to e-mail John Martin, CEO of Turner Broadcasting, requesting he cancel the program. To take part in the campaign click here.

BLACK JESUS is not only an ugly attack on Christianity, but a horrible example of racism. It implies that, if Jesus Christ were black, he would be vulgar and use drugs and alcohol. It also presents the African American community he comes to using the worst of black stereotypes. All of this is topped with black gospel music.

“This program isn’t a case of accidental offense,” says Movieguide® Publisher Dr. Ted Baehr. “It’s a very purposeful mockery and ridicule of African Americans, Jesus Christ and Christianity.”

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  1. I am seriously considering cancelling my subscription to Free North Carolina because of the constant misinformation and disinformation, twisting facts taking anything off the internet at face value. This will not broadcast on the Main TBS channel, this airs on the Adult Swim channel, just one more reason though in itself that we need to turn off the television, it heavily insists in distracting us from the truth. Just check out Statutes at Large 2 stat 155, what it says about the gospel and also the history of the Connecticut Constitution, what were the Fundamental orders before it was created ?

    1. Feel free and you evidently don't realize that Adult Swim is a Turner company. Do a search and you will see that this has been published by the Washington Post, Salt Lake Tribune and Kansas City Star among many others.