JERUSALEM HERALD Sivan 7, 33 A.D.: A stunt happened on Jerusalemís south side yesterday, near the rabble-infested Pool of Siloam. There was a large commotion among the discredited and deluded followers of Jesus of Nazareth. Allegedly they were drunk or high or both - stopping traffic in the street with their foolish gibberish and shouting. Some bystanders thought they heard words in their native tongue, but they were mostly pushers, prostitutes or Gentiles, not the most reliable or stable witnesses. The trouble makers tried to pretend that Yahweh was working through them for some good cause Ė fat chance of that happening! Thousands responded to an emotional appeal by a confused fisherman, one Simon Peter, who conveniently blamed the Pharisees for all his groups supposed problems. It was just another sick deceptive hoax by the loony people who still cling to their delusions, the ones who havenít yet figured out that Jesus of Nazareth was an exquisite imposter.
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