The story of a boy who claims he saw white Jesus in white people’s heaven has, reportedly, received nationwide condemnation from Blacks Against White America (BAWA) who compare the boy, his family and his story to the 2010 Balloon Boy Hoax where, seeking notariety, Fort Collins, Colorado couple Richard and Mayumi Heene coached their six year old boy to lie about being carried away in a gas balloon filled with helium that floated away into the atmosphere.
The story, which is now published and – according to the Associated Press – has reached number 4 on USA Today’s Best Seller list, recounts eleven year old Colton Burpo’s alleged experiences after a near death experience when he was four years old. Burpo alleges he visited (white people’s) Heaven and, too, saw (white) Jesus.BAWA declined comment on whether they support desecrating the book.
“Like we know that white people have no souls and are unable to leave this realm after death, we know there is no extent these devils will not go to for notoriety, fame and money. This eleven year old devil’s story is clearly another Balloon Boy Hoax created by his parents and built on lies. Purporting the historical ‘white Jesus’ propaganda in this fashion is a despicable act that only continues to show the reprobate nature of white people and their savage children. “(White) Heaven Is Real” is a blasphemous presentation of the divine afterlife intentionally designed to mislead those gullible enough to believe it. We emphatically condemn this book, the boy and his family,” a BAWA spokesman said.
BAWA declined comment on whether they support desecrating the book. Reportedly, however, a new Glax Haas poll has found that most hope the eleven year old will become the focus of a Yakub Muslim Melanoma Campaign (YMMC) and be tortured with sarcomas, carcinomas and melanomas.