Four-Year-Old Sings ‘Ain’t No Homos Going To Make It To Heaven’ – Receives Standing Ovation (VIDEO)

Author: May 30, 2012 10:09 am

As a child in a small town, I remember making the mistake of reciting a particularly racist version of ‘eenie meenie miney moe’ in front of my father. It was one of the only times I saw my normally reticent father be driven to anger. Despite the fact that I was only about four or five, and despite the fact that I had no idea what the words I repeated meant, I quickly learned they were wrong and I even understood why. In that moment, I grew. It helped form me as an adult.

A four-year-old boy in Indiana also learned a lesson. He learned that singing about sending ‘homos’ to hell earns him a standing ovation in his church, the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, IN. He learned that there are people on this earth, even though he undoubtedly doesn’t understand exactly which people, who are hated by God and should therefore be hated by him. He learned that when he gets older, it will be okay to bully kids for being different, because the adults in his life ordain it; his church ordains it; God ordains it. The lesson will follow him.

Here’s the video:

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  • It’s like a Hitler Youth rally…

  • I’m not christian, but isn’t one of their basic things to be loving? Love your neighbor and and all that stuff? Also, aren’t they supposed to leave the judging to god? Apparently, that’s not what they believe at this church.
    *WAIT*This just in! I went to the church website and it says:
    “Apostolic Truth Tabernacle do not condone, teach, or practice hate of any person for any reason.”
    I guess they don’t think that applauding a little kid singing “Ain’t no homos going to make it to heaven” is hate. I don’t get it.

  • I am glad to see that parents raise their kids to hate others. I thought church was there to show love not hatred. It goes to show you that church is nothing but a business that teaches people how to be Hippocrates . I am so thankful my kid never was raised to hate others and . The parents and preacher needs to be slapped for being ignorant!

    • It’s actually hypocrites … not Hippocrates. From wikipedia: Hippocrates was an ancient Greek physician of the Age of Pericles (Classical Athens), and is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine.

      Sorry … I’m trying to quit being the spelling police, but sometimes I can’t help myself. I hope you don’t mind.

  • Having been to visit a cousin living in Warsaw, Indiana, way back in 1975, when I was 20 years old, I found it to be like the Mississippi of the North. White people spouting the “N-word” in public, and such… I’ve never gone back, but it seems little has changed about small town Indiana over 35 years.

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