Christians protest occult-related supermarket toys

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‘Dungans’, as these toy tokens are called, should be seen as fantasy characters like, I dunno, Pogs (know as ‘Flippo’s’ in the Netherlands), but nope, some Christians got mad and got one supermarket (just one) to stop with the toys. Wow, what a victory.

“Children turn into the Dungan characters, these demons. These evil spirits fight with the children around them, it’s disgusting,” two annoyed Christians in Veenendaal claimed. “We have to protect our children”. And everybody else who lets their children collect Dungans are what, bad parents? Please.

Free tip: TURN OFF THE TV, UNPLUG THE GAME CONSOLE AND COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR CHILDREN. Sorry, capitals were necessary.

Judge for yourself. Note: subtitles are totally whacked, but at least you know what they’re on about. After 1:26 you can stop unless you like home-made YouTube rants.

(Link: dutchnews, distrifood)

2 Comments »

  1. I remember pogs.

    I remember they were banned at my school because of the playground fights losing your favourite pog lead to.

    Could it be that the two annoyed Christians in Veenendaal are speaking metaphorically about the game bringing out the worst in the kids?

    Comment by BM — September 16, 2010 @ 2:44 pm

  2. Hilarious. I just wonder if this woman have thought that just maybe her kids are the ones who are demonic and evil. I’m a christian myself. But I’m so tired of these so-called christians calling certain books, movies, or toys demonic. Come on! You may as well call any fantasy demonic. Thanks for the video. I enjoy your response and comment toward this incident.

    Comment by William — September 18, 2010 @ 3:35 pm

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