In an interesting move of blinding hypocrisy, Angus T. Jones, the child star of “Two an a Half Men,” has viciously attacked his show — on camera — saying, “please stop filling your head with filth.” The hypocritical part? With a year left on his contract, he continues to receive payments of $300,000 to $350,000 per episode. Jones has been with the show for ten years, and as Boston.com reports, he “was named one of Hollywood’s richest kids in 2008, when he made $1.2 million per season.”
The motivation for this attack? God, of course! The bashing comes during a taped interview labeled “Angus Jones’s [sic] Testimony” that comes from the Forerunner Chronicles — a religious organization that describes themselves as this:
The Forerunner Chronicles is dedicated to declaring the three fold message of Revelation 14:6-12. This message entails three heavenly proclamations symbolized as being declared by angelic agencies to the inhabitants of our world.
The First Angels’ Message found in Revelation 14:6, 7 is:
• Fear God: Which means, by faith in the power of Jesus Christ, mankind should renounce a life of sin to walk in obedience to all of God’s righteous commandments.
• Give Him Glory: This is a call for mankind to reveal the beauty of God’s Character.
• The Hour of His judgment is come: We are now living during the period of time in which Jesus Christ is examining the hearts of men, to see whom truly has faith in His Blood to cleanse them from all of their sins.
• Worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters: This is a call to worship the Living God, the Lord of the Sabbath.
The Second Angels’ Message of Revelation 14:8 is:
• Babylon is fallen: This is a call to the inhabitants of our world to separate themselves from all false religion, and every device of deception that has been engineered by Satan to seduce men from the true worship of the Living God.
• A warning against the beast and his image, and receiving the mark of the beast: This message is the most fearful warning that has ever been dispatched from the courts of heaven to the inhabitants of planet earth. It strictly cautions mankind to shun the worship system of the first beast of Revelation 13:1-9, which is a prophetic symbol of the Roman Catholic Church. This apostate church was the first to unite the entities of church and state in the year 321 A.D., in which “Constantine the Great” changed the Bible Sabbath from the Seventh Day of the week to the First Day of the week (from Saturday to Sunday). And, for 1260 years, from the year 538 A.D. to 1798 A.D., this religio-political power fiercely persecuted all those that apposed its authority over the consciences of men. These scenes will be repeated when the churches that have reject the authority of the commandments of God, use their influence to sway the civil powers to accomplish their designs. First in the United States, then followed by the nations of our globe, the fusion of church and state will take place. And this fusion will produce a mirror image of the beast (Rev. 13:1-9). At that time, all those who will pay homage to the beast by reverencing its false day of worship, when it is legislated as mandatory to be observed, will be eternally lost.
One must ask oneself whether adherence to this sort of religious doctrine might be a backlash from so many years working on a set with Charlie Sheen…but I digress. Here’s the video of Jones’ interview; the comments regarding his show start around 7:30:
He says, “Jake from Two and a Half Men means nothing. He is [a] nonexistent character. He’s…Two and a Half Men, if you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching Two and a Half Men. I’m on Two and a Half Men, I don’t want to be on it. Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth. Please. It’s…it’s, you know, people say it’s just entertainment. The fact that it’s entertainment…do some research on the effects of television on your brain.” Then he gets into talking about Satan. If Satan uses Two and a Half Men as a tool, at least he makes some attempts at humor, right?
Do some research on the effects of dogma on your brain, Jake. Here’s another video from the channel of the Forerunner Chronicles (and am I the only one that thinks Halo every time I read that?):
Here’s an excerpt from the beginning:
Hi, and you’re now with the Forerunner Chronicles. All right everybody, so, as CBS declared, President Obama has seized another four years in the Oval Office. And for those of us out there that know a little bit about the truth, everything that’s been going on in our world, especially in our country, for the last four years — for the last four years? — for the last few weeks, for the last few days — should be having an extreme sobering effect upon your mind.
With Hurricane Sandy crippling New York, Obama getting another four years, gay marriages being legalized in several states, marijuana being legalized in several states, nannies murdering peoples’ children; you got to realize, God is not going to allow the world to continue on in this fashion for much longer. God is getting ready to stand up in judgment.
Because if God doesn’t stand up shortly from now, He’s going to have to submit an apology to Sodom and Gomorrah and Nineveh for their wickedness! But God will never have to apologize for anything that He does, because all of His works are done in truth and righteousness.
I’ll leave it there or I’ll have too much to address. First off, Obama didn’t “seize” anything. He was voted in by both a majority of electoral votes and the people of this nation. Second, I feel that I should be offended — as should we all — by the fact that he stuck gay marriage in with nannies murdering children. Seems a bit harsh. Maybe this picture of one of the faces he made during his spiel on that will cheer us all up a little:
The last paragraph of the excerpt I chose doesn’t even make sense. While I’m not a huge “Two and a Half Men” fan, the plot is still slightly above “deranged.” Angus T. Jones appears, sadly enough, to be going from one extreme — the crazy influence of Charlie Sheen — to the other: extreme religious dogma.