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Friday, 26 November 2010

Swing Low, Sweet Couple (The Real McCoy Part 3)

Here is more information on the yahoo member lesdeuxparfois, who I have posted about before. Lesdeuxparfois seems to be online account for Army Chaplain LTC William McCoy and his wife. This account has been listed over many, many adult sites. I am covering this story a piece at a time with screen shots of his online accounts. Due to an extremely busy and erratic personal life recently, I am posting the third part of this story rather late.



This story seems to be pushing a few people's buttons. I have been contacted by email inappropriately by a senior Army officer seeking information. Here's the kicker, the senior officer was not seeking information about Chaplain McCoy's alleged behavior, or to have his email forwarded to the person who discovered Chaplain McCoy's online hobbies. No, he was seeking information that would identify my reader who found Chaplain McCoy online in various sex sites publicly exposing himself. A friend of the dear chaplain perhaps? I of course declined to give any information out about my reader.

I have previously discussed Chaplain McCoy's statements about unbelievers in an Army unit being the source of unit non productiveness and misfortune. Well, if you are going to throw stones at nonbelievers in the military, then you shouldn't live in a glass house. A bit cliche but true. Hence the continuation of this story.

Lesdeuxparfois seems to have a fondness for online camera action. Lets check out his groups. Here are more screenshots. I wonder if someone has video of his online sexcapades?







Wow, they really get around. If you google "lesdeuxparfois" you get all sorts of hits on sex sites for a couple ages 57 and 50 years old.

Be all you can be. Huuuyaaahhhh. HehHehHeh.

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

The Real McCoy, Part 2

A friend of an acquaintance of mine using facial recognition software has determined that lesdeuxparfois is indeed Chaplain LTC William McCoy. People have commented on the fact that his denomination is gay friendly, so why am I exposing his swinging sexcapades online if I personally don't care if he is a swinger? Well, one good reason is that he is not friendly to non-believers at all in his published statements. I don't understand why others are willing to give him a pass on his bigotry towards non-believers as long as he doesn't denigrate people based on their race or sexual orientation. I guess some people just don't see religious supremacy at all, even if it is biting them in the ass.

I'm doing this because of McCoy's public statements regarding nonbelievers in the military. He has repeatedly stated that a unit's misfortunes, problems, and setbacks are directly caused by its non believing members. This incites hostility and is incompatible with a military composed of members of varying faiths and of no faith. There can be no unit cohesion if the unit is divided in such a manner. If non-believing members are blamed every time problems occur, how can this not divide a unit and cause tensions between members? If a chaplain is unable to counsel the military members in his unit, platoon, or squadron; then perhaps he should not be a military chaplain. Perhaps he should simply be a church pastor so that he will only encounter those whose beliefs he already agrees with.

This sorry episode has also illustrated that the scapegoating endemic to charismatic Christianity is crossing over to more moderate denominations. Quite a few denominations of charismatic Christianity scapegoat non members and those of differing beliefs as being "demon possessed". Now Chaplain McCoy's scapegoating is not quite as colorful as a Pentecostal Christian's scapegoating, but it is just as irrational.

God Using Cancer for Good?

My mother in law has just survived lifesaving major surgery. My husband, daughter, and myself were on the shuttle to the hospital today and I heard the most jaw dropping bit of arrogance in a long time. At the front of the bus, one of the medical center's workers was talking to the bus driver. The man seemed to be a very in your face religious type.

The man's wife had divorced him some time back, but he was still wanting to get back together with her. He told the bus driver that she was diagnosed with cancer. And that "God was working in a mysterious and good way to bring his ex-wife back into his life because she needed his help." I kid you not, he actually said this.

I thought this was the most revolting and self centered thing I have heard in a long time. His ex wife may be dying from cancer and all he could think of was how he was feeling. How is getting a serious form of cancer good? What about what his ex-wife is going through? He seemed to not have any awareness of her as an individual apart from himself? What happens should she not survive? Is that too a "good" message from god?

If he was like this in the past, no wonder she divorced him. He also speculated out loud to the bus driver that his ex-wife was "angry at God." What an arrogant ass.