#rsrh Occupy Wall Street now desecrating churches.

[UPDATE]: Welcome, Ace of Spades HQ readers. Also, why lie?

Daddy needs new gaming material. I’m trapped here in a house full of children with colds.


There’s no longer room at the inn at a Manhattan church that’s sheltering Occupy Wall Streeters after a holy vessel disappeared from the altar last week.


The artifact vanished just three weeks after a $2,400 Apple MacBook vanished from Brashear’s office. He told the occupiers that even when the 100-year-old Upper West Side church extended help to addicts during the 1980s drug scourge, no visitors touched its $12,500 sacramental instrument.

“Not even crackheads messed with that,” he said.

That’s because crackheads typically don’t have the average Occupier’s heavily inflated view of their own morality and ethics.  I hear that the basic hygiene’s about the same, though…

Moe Lane

PS: The ‘churches’ part is because the NY Post article also mentions another incident in another church, this time involving urination on a cross.

9 thoughts on “#rsrh Occupy Wall Street now desecrating churches.”

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  2. Why is anyone surprised by this? From the NYT:
    And now the Occupy movement, after weeks of targeting big banks and large corporations, has chosen Trinity, one of the nation’s most prominent Episcopal parishes, as its latest antagonist.

    “We need more; you have more,” one protester, Amin Husain, 36, told a Trinity official on Thursday, during an impromptu sidewalk exchange between clergy members and demonstrators. “We are coming to you for sanctuary.”


  3. “The pastor has given protesters two weeks to vacate the church.”

    They should have been given about 30 seconds.

  4. In Manhattan NY the Rev. Bob Brashear prepared for Sunday services at West Park Presbyterian Church when he noticed parts of the bronze baptismal font were gone. He then gave a stern sermon admonishing the thiefs (he did’t call them that) telling them they had better return the vessel or else. Then he issued his next draconion step and told them they must vacate the church. In ah um two weeks.

  5. What is with two weeks?? Does Rev. Brashear think the theft will cease? Now they got a deadline and a purported reason to “get some payback” for getting the boot.
    They already showed him {by actions} they are not worth the effort, yet seemingly the Reverend goes back for more.
    WusUp Wid-Dat? Is a wet-noodle flagellation next??
    (“Watch out for what you want ,’cause you just might get it”, Rev. Sir)

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