Lee Stoneking Lies Again: Osama’s 40 Wives 4


I discovered this gem while researching for my article on Lee Stoneking lying to the United Nations. Seems his “miraculous healing” isn’t all that Stoneking likes to play loosie-truthies with.

That story could (if you’re feeling really generous) be labeled a (gross, extreme, huge) exaggeration. This one, however… not so much.

So his friend “CP” – dunno if he names this friend before this recording starts or not – just happens to be minding his own business in the general region where Osama Bin Laden is discovered and shot. “Some men” – who are never identified – come to CP with an incredible story.

Seems Osama had 40 wives, whom he’s kept locked in a cave for 7 years. And Osama is dead. And the women are… wait for it… STUCK IN THE CAVE. Nobody can get them out but our dear friend CP.

I guess the US Military just came in, shot OBL in the face and got outta dodge, not caring about the family or anyone else in the area. Yeah. OK. And this being Pakistan nobody possesses bolt cutters to cut the locks or anything. ONLY CP can get these poor trapped women out of the cave!

But of course he does. Praise Jesus! And now we have 40 human beings who have been LOCKED IN A FUCKING CAVE FOR SEVEN YEARS and who have just been released, getting their first smell of fresh air and feeling the sun on their faces for the first time in 7 years. Does CP feed them? Does he give them medical attention? Does he act like he gives HALF A SHIT about their ordeal or their wellness at all? Nope.

CP decides the most important thing is to inform these women that they are gonna split Hell wide open unless they are baptized in Jesus name and start with the tongue-talking. And guess what? Each and every one of Osamas 40 widows gleefully agree to be dunked in water in the name of someone other than their Prophet, and a full 26 of them come up out of the water speaking in tongues!

Halelujah!!

But then, however long after this happened that Stoneking was visiting CP (who’s last name is apparently Thomas), his daughter Skypes them images of women “in a room.” That doesn’t sound at all bleak, depressing or prison-like. And all 40 women are still together in this room, dancing and worshiping in the Holy Ghost! Guess the remaining 14 that didn’t talk in tongues coming out of the water have gotten with the program.

Isn’t God Good?

Except that… it’s provably false. ALL of it.

Osama Bin Laden’s Real Wives

Turns out, a total of 14 family members survived the raid in which Osama Bin Laden was killed. As you might expect, the worlds most wanted man has had his every move scrutinized, pieced together and reported on from the time of his death backwards.

OBL had a grand total of 6 wives during his lifetime. At the time of the raid that ended his life, he was living with 3. EVERY single witness, EVERY single source states that he never left the compound where he was eventually killed. This, by the way, is an image of that compound:

OBL Compound

There are no caves.

Today, the 3 surviving wives and one granddaughter are now living under the care of his extended family in Saudi Arabia. Before this they were under heavy security, even jail. There are reports of serious strife between them.

There’s no way they were having Holy Ghost parties and Skype-ing with American missionaries.

What kind of person tells this big, bold, crazy of a lie? What combination of arrogant and dumb do you have to be to think you won’t be discovered?

Apparently the answer is Lee Stoneking.

 


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4 thoughts on “Lee Stoneking Lies Again: Osama’s 40 Wives

  • LG

    You assume incorrectly, JMS34, as have some others. This is what C.P. Thomas states happened. You will see that Stoneking’s telling of it is quite different.

    1) After Osama is killed, the Taliban leave a certain area. A Muslim man came to C.P. and asked him if he knew that for the last four years, the Taliban had held 50 women in a cave. They were raped, tortured, drugged and had no food or clothing. C.P. says he did not know this. The man then asks C.P. if he would like to take them back (to where they lived). He says yes.
    2) The Taliban came and shot family members of these women. They didn’t know when their husbands were killed, or if they were, and had not seen their children. For four years they didn’t know where they lived.
    3) C.P. takes them to the Christian Family Church in the area and baptizes the women. He tells them they are now his sisters and members of the Christian Family Church.
    4) The city is in Kashmir, about three to four miles from the Pakistan border. The whole city is claimed to have come to God. The Mosque sits empty because of their conversion. The Christian Family Church is the only church in that city and they held a medical clinic there at some point. (It appears their medical clinics consist of chiropractic treatment.)

    See http://www.spiritualabuse.org/issues/leestoneking.html

  • Barbara

    I am curious of what your thoughts are about Lee Stoneking and the Illuminati.
    I appreciate you posting truths. I do not go to church, but I happened to listen to Rev. Lee Stoneking’s preaching on youtube. He does repeat his stories in every sermon that I have heard. He does tell them somewhat different each time. After reading your postings, I did a little research and found that in year 2014 he posts that he is home and well after open heart surgery where they put a double heart cath in him, obviously a follow up surgery from year 2014.
    When God heals someone from a heart attach, heart condition, or such. You should be healed. Whey then did he have another heart attack.
    I am only curious because of the secrecy that he holds and protects personally about himself has never been revealed that I have seen. I believe he is in his 70’s and has never been married. ok, thats fine. but really.

    • admin Post author

      I’ve never heard anything connecting Stoneking to the Illuminati. TBH I don’t know much about that particular organization or theory of one. From what I do understand, I wouldn’t think there would be a connection. Lee Stoneking is a huge fish, but in a fairly small pond. Hardly anyone outside of UPC/”Apostolic” circles have heard of him.

      As far as remaining single, I vaguely remember hearing him say at my former church one time that he was tasked by God to remain unmarried like the Apostle Paul. That this was not a calling for everyone but something he felt God wanted from him.

      I have many very close LGBTQ friends, and if Lee Stoneking were not heterosexual I wouldn’t consider that a negative. Indeed, if I met him on the street and didn’t know who he was I would assume he was a femme gay man based on his mannerisms.

      Again, I do not see that as negative in any way. Nor is it really any of our business as long as he’s not bothering underage boys and I have never heard of anything like that related to him.

      Mr. Stoneking himself, however, has painted homosexuality as the vilest of perversions – see the sermon clips in my article on Holy Magic Hair. http://pentecostaltopagan.com/politics-and-religion/the-christian-cult/holy-magic-hair-how-fundamentalist-christianity-gets-women-to-subjugate-themselves/

      So to sum it up, I don’t think he’s Illuminati if such a thing exists, and he has explained his reasons for remaining single. As long as he’s keeping it in his pants and not committing acts with boys too young to consent I say it’s his business. As quick as I’ve been to point out lies by him, adult consensual relationships with any gender I would give him a pass on. We already see he’s a liar and a hypocrite. I already don’t think he should be allowed behind a pulpit.

      But at his age, and considering the environment in which he lives and moves and has his being… I’m not gonna bother with his sexuality.

      And if it ever does come out that he’s engaged in homosexual acts- as long as they are 100% consensual- you will see me defending him with everything I’ve got. THAT is something NOBODY should be persecuted for.