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ARE THREE SPONSORS DUMPING "GOOD CHRISTIAN BITCHES?"

By Rev. Ted Pike and Harmony Daws
13 Mar 12

According to the American Family Association, Mentos, Chef Boyardee, and Hellmann's (Best Foods) joined Kraft in pulling ads from the second episode of "Good Christian Bitches" (GCB). If this is a permanent withdrawal, it represents a great victory. Regardless, there is mounting evidence that your calls and emails are hitting sponsors hard.

But more sponsors came on board for this week's second episode. At the end of this article we include the updated list. Call and even call again the next day. This is WAR by the synagogue of Satan as seldom before, as it attempts to destroy Christianity and bring ridicule and persecution upon Christians everywhere. If calling remains heavy, we could witness a domino effect of sponsors actually rushing to distance themselves from ABC's attack on Christianity. Your calls right now could make that happen.

GCB's Second Episode: As Bad as Before

One would think nothing in the plot of "Good Christian Bitches" could equal the insult of the title: that our Christian wives, mothers, and daughters are equated by the Jews of Disney/ABC to female dogs. 

Yet in the second episode of "GCB," the Jews of Disney/ABC (Disney CEO Robert Iger and Jewish homosexuals, executive producer Darren Star and director Alan Poul, as well as producer Aaron Kaplan) continue to rival the title in insult of Christians, both men and women. 

Almost eight million Americans tuned in to watch GCB, and it was the first 2012 scripted show to draw more 18- to 49-year-old viewers in its second week than its first. It is an over-the-top attack on Christianity that hopes to gain viewers from "Desperate Housewives," which is ending. The two shows have a lot in common. Both are ensembles about immoral, immodest, cruel, conniving, materialistic women who exemplify the worst possible feminine traits. Rush Limbaugh has had to defend himself for using the word “slut,” yet primetime ABC brings in millions of viewers by salacious portrayals of women. The show is full of sexual innuendo and double entendres.  

Here is a brief summary of this week's episode: 

The heroine, Amanda, says she adores her coworkers at the men’s bar "Booby-licious" —who all have stripper first names—and says they are much nicer than the church women. This continues the dominant theme of the series that Amanda, who makes no profession of Christianity, consistently reveals much higher values, sensitivity, and compassion than those who claim to be devout Christians. In fact, almost anyone in this show has more integrity than Christians.

Prominent choir member Carlene, along with her "Christian" husband, owns "Booby-licious." Carlene at first refuses to go to church because she's embarrassed since Amanda has identified her in church as its owner. Yet she says, "There's nothing in this book that says you can't own 'Booby-licious.'" She returns to church because, proud of her role of soloist, she doesn't want another woman to take it.  

All the "Christian" women go to church for social reasons such as a real estate deal, a choir performance opportunity or keeping another woman from flirting with one’s husband. This becomes clear when Carlene tries to get someone else to skip church with her, and each admit they need to go for reasons that have nothing to do with religion. One “bitch” says of another, “God, she’s such a Pharisee.” The theme of "Christian" self-righteousness is highly prominent. Church member Cricket, like Amanda's "Bible-believing" mother who is anxious for her granddaughter to bare her cleavage in high school, bought “starter boobs” for her teenage daughter and says, “You can’t wear last year’s uniform with this year’s boobs, it’s too tight!” Carlene tells her to relax because cleavage “helps your cross hang straight.” Such maternal role models thrust young girls into sensuality, believing it is necessary to get a husband. 

The teenage girls say another girl is not a good candidate for friendship because she is “unattractively smart” and also “eats lunch.” Their mothers encourage them to bully this girl with a mean label since her mother did the same to them in high school. “It’s just desserts.” When Cricket’s daughter performs as a cheerleader and her top breaks, revealing her naked upper body, the men cheer. Carlene is embarrassed to be known as owner of "Booby-licious" and changes uniforms to a rather Amish look. Yet, when Amanda points out that Carlene is a hypocrite for wearing immodest clothing, Carlene snaps back, “I have been saved!” 

Christian men are also derided. Cricket’s husband has a 3-year-old homosexual relationship with his ranch foreman in the style of "Brokeback Mountain." He chooses to break up with this man rather than miss his daughter’s cheer event. Although there is no evidence he has forsaken his homosexuality, he is portrayed as a sympathetic upstanding character. This is the only time so far that a "Christian" is held up for admiration.

The women actually quote Scripture—and Carrie Underwood songs—at each other with venomous smiles. The Christian women are the most unlikable, obnoxious characters while the outsiders are portrayed as reflective, with kinder intentions. The most sympathetic character by far is Amanda. 

Let’s Take the Offensive!

Had enough? Let the sponsors know you will not be buying their product if they support "GCB." Here are the new sponsors, added to the previous list. Papa Murphy's and Thomas English Muffins have been removed. While advertisers on ABC, they were incorrectly included in our list as sponsors of GCB. Please replace your old list with this updated one.

I'm convinced that, although the anti-Christ Jews of Disney/ABC are determined this time to succeed in their attempts to recrucify the character of Christ and His followers, a roll is beginning if we can only keep it snowballing. 

Are you going to "stand afar off" as the "good people" did when Christ was crucified 2000 years ago? Are you going to distance yourself, as most Christian "watchdog" groups are now doing? Will you say, like most evangelicals, "There is nothing we can do?" Pick up your phone and start calling. It will make you feel good, vigorous and self-respecting. You will know you are doing something your children and grandchildren, and Jesus Christ Himself, are proud of. 

Listen to Rev. Ted Pike go after GCB on the Airways

In powerful interviews with two courageous talk show hosts on Monday evening, I went after GCB and the Jews behind it. Click here to listen to my commercial-free broadcasts with Pastor Butch Paugh and Jeff Rense.

Pastor Butch Paugh Jeff Rense
Listen (.ram) Listen (.ram)
Download (.mp3, 44min, 10MB) Download (.mp3, 40min, 9MB)

Updated List of GCB Sponsors:

Old Navy 1-800-653-6289
Email: custserv@oldnavy.com

Burger King
Click here for an Email Form

Target: 1-972-431-8200
Click here for an Email Form

Virgin Mobile: 1-888-322-1122
Click here for an Email Form

L'Oréal:
Click here for Contact Information

Nissan: 1-800-NISSAN-1
Click here for an Email Form

Bayer
Click here for an Email Form

Hyundai: 1-800-633-5151
Email: consumeraffairs@hmausa.com
Click here for an Email Form

Straight Talk: 1-877-430-2355
Email: custsrv@straighttalk.com

Hulu Plus: 1-877-719-2773
Click here for an Email Form

JCPenny: 1-800-322-1189
Click here for an Email Form

Victoria's Secret: 1-800-411-5116
Click here for an Email Form

Scrubbing Bubbles: 1-800-494-4855 (U.S.), press 3

bareEscentuals: 1-888-795-4747 
Email: be-pr@bareescentuals.com

Apple iPhone: 1-800-676-2775 
Click here for an Email Form

YouTube: 1-650-253-0000

Verizon: 1-800-VERIZON 
Click here for an Email Form

Subaru: 1-800-782-2783 
Click here for an Email Form

Post Honey Bunches of Oats: 1-800-431-POST 
Click here for an Email Form

Citi ThankYou Card: 1-800-842-6596

Chef Boyardee: 800-544-5680 (possibly discontinued)
Click here for an Email Form

Best Foods: 1-800-418-3275 (possibly discontinued)
Click here for an Email Form

Mentos (Perfetti Van Melle): (possibly discontinued)
Click here for an Email Form


ABC PARTNERS:

ESPN: 1-888-549-ESPN
Click here for an Email Form

ABCFamily: Click here for an Email Form

Disney: Click here for an Email Form

ABC News: Click here for an Email Form

 


Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization. 

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