Siberian Cult Leader Thinks He’s Jesus

Siberian Cult Leader Thinks He’s Jesus


[CHORAL MUSIC PLAYING] ROCCO CASTORO: There is a place
in Russia where people have discovered the secret of
living in perfect harmony. A place where the children run
free, where the Earth provides everything you need, and where
money is meaningless. Welcome to the Church of
the Last Testament. This is Petropavlovka, a small
settlement located deep within the Taiga Forest of Siberia,
over 100 miles away from the nearest town. It looks like an elf village at,
like, a putt-putt course. About 20 years ago a handful
of disciples came here to worship and live with Vissarion,
or “the teacher,” as he is commonly known. Today, Vissarion’s Church of
the Last Testament has over 5,000 followers from all
around the world. About 2,000 live here and in
the surrounding areas. [SINGING IN RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: I came here in
hopes of meeting the man himself, who hasn’t granted an
interview to the media in at least three years. VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Two decades ago,
that man was known as Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop, a
29-year-old patrol officer who suddenly had a revelation that
his was the word of God. VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Conveniently,
this realization happened right around the time
the Soviet Union, a self-proclaimed nation of
atheists, began to crumble, and religion became an
acceptable topic of discussion in Russia. He soon began writing the Last
Testament, a 12-volume follow-up of sorts to the New
Testament, which details the religion’s major tenets and
provides answers to some of life’s most mundane questions,
such as which brand of detergent you should use. Labeled a dangerous cult by
some, it has been reported that Vissarion and his followers
believe in aliens, think suicide is A-OK, and
believe that the end of the world is imminent. There are rules here that
I was warned about– no cussing, no tobacco,
no alcohol, no meat. I believe it’s all vegan. I’ve got to watch my mouth
because I have a dirty mouth. And I like meat, I like
drugs, sometimes. There’s none of that here, so
it’s going be good to dry up. I was invited here by one of
the church’s more recent converts, a 24-year-old woman
named Tamriko, who worked as a lawyer in Moscow before moving
here three months ago. She now works the German House,
a sort of guest house for the spiritually curious. Why don’t you give me a little
history of how you got here? TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE: When I first
heard about the teacher, it was me like this kind
of thing that– wow. It was like, this is the only
source of all information, of all answers, and this is a
real teacher of the truth about the world. And so– ROCCO CASTORO: Something
feels– TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE: And sometimes
you need answers. You need, just, answers. ROCCO CASTORO: Answers, yeah. TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE: And somebody
will explain you, like, everything. He will explain your life. Why are you doing this. Why you have some problems– problems with your health,
problems with your life. For what purpose, actually,
you are living. ROCCO CASTORO: I see. And one of the things that a
lot of people have said is like, oh, it’s a cult. You know? How do you feel about that? It has a bad connotation. TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE: Usually,
I don’t think anything about this. Do you know why? Because I think that if some
people find that this person can help them, and they
want to pray to this person, why not? ROCCO CASTORO: OK, yeah. TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE: Why
not, it’s very good. ROCCO CASTORO: Is there anything
that you perhaps disagree with here, with– TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE: Here? ROCCO CASTORO: –the teaching. With teachings, you know? TAMRIKO DGEBUADZE:
No, no, no, no. ROCCO CASTORO: OK. Disagreeing with Vissarion’s
teachings is rare, which became very apparent after
meeting Tanya, a patron of the local girls school– a place where young ladies go to
learn “the discipline,” as she put it. Is part of the lesson
plan set aside for study of the teacher? TANYA DENISOVA:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: So, do you ever
have strong girls that maybe resist, and they’re not so with
that line of thinking? TANYA DENISOVA:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] TANYA DENISOVA:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: As tempting as
brainwashing my girlfriend into misogynistic slavery
sounded, I had mountains to climb and deities to meet. I had been invited to celebrate
the Holiday of Good Fruits at the Abode of Dawn, a
small mountaintop community where Vissarion and his closest
followers live. I stopped at the general store
to get supplies for the hike. So I have the luxury, after a
40-hour trip, of eating a CCC pop, We just bought provisions
for two days. This is kind of the
treat before– I don’t even know if
I’m supposed to be eating this, to be honest. I don’t know what Vissarion’s
stance is on candy and ice pops. But it’s hot, so. Mmm. I climbed into a Soviet-era
bread loaf and begin the bumpy drive up the hill. And we’ve got a good crew, just
materialized here at the base of the mountain. Looks like we’re about
ready to go. My hiking companions had
traveled from Germany, Slovenia, Sweden, and beyond,
all in hopes of catching even a glimpse of the elusive
Vissarion. MALE SPEAKER 1:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Along the way,
I met Maciek, a university student from Poland. What did you come
here seeking? ROCCO CASTORO: [LAUGH]. We made it to what appeared to
be a border crossing, and the attendant took down
our details. MALE SPEAKER 2:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Yes. Our guide, Nina, led me to the
place where I’d be staying for the next two nights– the home of a lovely Russian
family who immediately offered me cold vegetable
soup and bread. FEMALE SPEAKER 1:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Vissarion’s
serene gaze watched over us as we ate our blessed meal,
spiritually charging us for the upcoming nighttime
liturgy. We’re going to go see what
worship is like here. I feel like I’m kind of in a
different world, to be honest. [SINGING IN RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: The pre-holiday
liturgy didn’t seem too different from a
Christian Mass. But I would come to find out
that things weren’t that simple here. Still, all the followers had
been very pleasant so far. Only a few seemed to have the
crazy stare of a cult member. I ran into Maciek and asked him
how he was settling in. So how have the accommodations
been? MACIEJ RAFINSIC: What
accommodations– very, very well. I met nice people. We had a nice conversation. And then they asked me, when did
I accept the teacher and his teachings. And I said, well, I’m not
really a follower. And then there was, like,
a minute of silence– second of silence. And it felt uneasy. But they got over it. But I think they felt a
little disappointed. ROCCO CASTORO: [CHUCKLE], OK. And are you– they have our passports. MACIEJ RAFINSIC: I know. ROCCO CASTORO: [INAUDIBLE]. Are you a little concerned
about that? MACIEJ RAFINSIC: I am. It’s like, you know– yeah, so I don’t want to be
insulting, but you come to the place which is far away from
anywhere in the world. You come to people who are known
to be members of a cult, of a religious group of– ROCCO CASTORO: [LAUGH] MACIEJ RAFINSIC: –of
some sort, now. Let’s put it like this. And then they take your
passport away straight when you– ROCCO CASTORO: And they
were pretty– MACIEJ RAFINSIC: They are pretty
persistent about that. ROCCO CASTORO: Yeah. Physically and spiritually
exhausted from my long journey, I turned in for the
night to rest up for the Holiday of Good Fruits and our
first glimpse of Vissarion. MALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Today is August
18, which is the high holy day of the year– the Holiday of
Good Fruits, the Church of the Last Testament’s most
important holiday. Basically, it’s their Easter. It was on this day in 1990 when
Vissarion first realized his divine connection to God
and established his church. It’s the reason that thousands
of Vissarionites from around the world have gathered
here today. MALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: We began our
ritualistic procession up the mountain, a five-hour
journey replete with ceremonial washing– that felt good– mood music, and supremely
positive vibes. [SINGING IN RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Looking back, I
think it was supposed to serve as a sort of mental palate
cleanser for what lay ahead. Up the mountain we go. Part of the reason I wanted
to come here– the world seems to be in a
pretty bad way right now. This seems to be an idyllic
community, so maybe Vissarion has some answers for
us on how we could better live our lives. Or maybe he’s just
got it right, and people should come here. They’re actually pretty
good musicians. Oh wow, beautiful. I found a little friend in this
hole here, watching us. He looks very surprised,
like us. Wide-eyed. Stopping again for
another hymn. Something happened to me while I
was walking up the mountain. Was I experiencing the initial
stages of indoctrination? Everything looked
so beautiful. And the people seemed
so happy. I began to wish that I could
be more like them. Slava, another in a long line of
guides/minders, didn’t want me to miss the site where the
site where Vissarion literally left his mark on
mother nature. SLAVA TKACHENKO: The teacher,
when the first time on this mountain, take your hands
on this stone. And after we turned the stone,
we see this letter, it was the first letter of his name– Jesus. In Russia, kha, letter kha. You may see it. ROCCO CASTORO: Yeah,
we should see. Is it OK for me to touch? SLAVA TKACHENKO: Russian kha. ROCCO CASTORO: Kha. SLAVA TKACHENKO: Christos. In English, Jesus. ROCCO CASTORO: Christos. It’s there. [NERVOUS LAUGH] While the rest of the followers
gathered around the stage where Vissarion would soon
give his sermon, Slava took us to visit the monastery
for young boys. A trampoline. [LAUGH] SLAVA TKACHENKO: For jumping. ROCCO CASTORO: I’ll jump. [LAUGH] NINA: Andrei is the master
of those boys. ROCCO CASTORO: Of
all the boys. Why do you live here? Why did you come here? ANDREI ANATOLEVICH:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: We sat down with
17-year-old Ivan, who, among other things, was learning
the “masculine professions.” IVAN KOZLOVSKY:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: How long
have you been living at the monastery? IVAN KOZLOVSKY: Two years. ROCCO CASTORO: Two years. And how do like it? IVAN KOZLOVSKY:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: What’s your
favorite thing to do during the day? IVAN KOZLOVSKY:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Are
you planning on starting a family soon? IVAN KOZLOVSKY: [LAUGHING]. [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] [LAUGHTER] ROCCO CASTORO: Do you
have in mind a, maybe, a potential wife? No? [LAUGH], OK. That’s it. We’ll stop there. [RUSSIAN]. IVAN KOZLOVSKY:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: [LAUGH] Beautiful. Wow, that’s amazing. You can see they’re clearing
out this side over here. Perhaps to build more housing. Their numbers are continually
growing. I see why people stay, though. It’s very beautiful. People who are interested in
joining the community and living here, is there anything
that one must do to become part of the community? Or can you just come
and live here? ANDREI ANATOLEVICH:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: If I moved here,
I’m an editor and a writer, so, I’d have
to learn Russian. But perhaps I could
help with that? NINA: [LAUGH], You
will be welcome. ANDREI ANATOLEVICH:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Hmm, a place
where negative characters don’t exist. That sounded pretty
good to me. Clean energy? Healthy living? Virgin brides? I started wondering if the Abode
of Dawn could be that place for me. Here we go. I’m going to hurt myself. [LAUGHTER] ROCCO CASTORO: And then,
finally, it was time for us to get our first glimpse of
the teacher himself. [SINGING IN RUSSIAN] MALE SPEAKER 3: [SPEAKING
RUSSIAN OVER LOUDSPEAKER] Any moment, now, Vissarion’s
going to descend from the stairs and address
everyone here. And as you can see, everyone’s
eagerly anticipating it. I have not doubt in my mind that
they believe he is God. And it’s interesting and kind of
scary, too, to see so many people have so much faith
in one man, or god. MALE SPEAKER 3: [SPEAKING
RUSSIAN OVER LOUDSPEAKER] [SINGING IN RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: We had traveled
thousands of miles to the middle of nowhere in Siberia
to see this man, Vissarion, address his congregation on what
they call the Holiday of Good Fruits. It was sort of spooky. [WHISPERING] Vissarion’s making his way
down now, very slowly. Very Christ-like. [SINGING CONTINUES] ROCCO CASTORO: And just as
Vissarion was about to share some infallible nuggets
of wisdom– VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: –they made
us turn off the camera. After giving a short sermon
in hushed tones, Vissarion blessed bread made by the
community for the ensuing feast and bid his followers
farewell. CONGREGATION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: So we just
have finished the sermon with the teacher. And Nina’s going to translate
a little bit for us of what was said. NINA: I remember exactly
his first phrase– “I’m glad that you still
survive.” Because everybody was laughing. And then he spoke about that
we, all of us, are pupils– ROCCO CASTORO: Pupils, yeah. NINA: –in the school of life. ROCCO CASTORO: “We are
all peoples in the school of life”? I guess that’s true. But I’m not sure it provided
me with any answers. We’re going to see if we can
interview some pilgrims. Some people that came to see
Vissarion from afar. What is your feelings
about Vissarion? FEMALE SPEAKER 3:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Why did you make
the journey here today? MALE SPEAKER 4:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: How did you first
hear about the teacher? MALE SPEAKER 5:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Compared
to years past, does he seem happy? Does he seem in good spirits? MALE SPEAKER 6:
[SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: After the
liturgy, we ran into our Polish friend, Maciek. ROCCO CASTORO: How
do you feel? I mean, do you feel that there’s
something about him that’s beyond human? MACIEJ RAFINSIC: I don’t
want to insult anybody, but I don’t, no. I feel it’s an interesting
place and an interesting person. And I think these people
around me want to live a good life. And I do appreciate that. But I don’t perceive
him as divine. ROCCO CASTORO: After mingling
with some members of the congregation, I headed to bed
to rest up for the next day and my big interview
with Vissarion. There’s a lot of
stars tonight. I was talking with Slava about
the beautiful and clear nighttime sky, when he told me
that stars weren’t the only things up there. ROCCO CASTORO: You’ve
seen UFOs? ROCCO CASTORO: What
did it look like? ROCCO CASTORO: Three spheres. Yeah, OK. ROCCO CASTORO: See it too? The next morning, we got up
bright and early and took a secret path to Vissarion’s
home. So we’re finally here at
the teacher’s house. And we’re going to interview a
man that many people believe to be the word of god. I suddenly became very
anxious about my meeting with the teacher. What if I actually had an
audience with someone who is the word, and perhaps
flesh, of god? [INAUDIBLE] Why did you agree to an
interview with me? Because I know that you haven’t
for quite a bit. VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: [LAUGH] Are you regretting it now? OK. I want to know about Russia. Was it a coincidence, or was it
just happenstance that this community came to be around the
same time as the fall of the Soviet Union? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: I think I
understood what he was saying. But I was struggling with how
to tactfully ask someone who looks like Jesus if he’s the Son
of God without coming out and saying it. You’re very Christ-like
in your appearance. I’ll say it this way– do you
have memories of Christ from 2,000 years ago? Do you carry on in that
way, in that lineage? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: That’s probably
as close to a yes as I was going to get. It seems like the world is– there’s lots of riots. There’s uprisings. Is the turmoil and conflict in
the world right now worse than you’ve experienced? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Was Vissarion
talking about Armageddon? Naturally, I was curious as
to when that might happen. Is that coming soon? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: Talk about
dancing around the subject. I switched gears, and,
remembering Slava’s extraterrestrial encounter,
asked him about the church’s stance on what they call
“the outer space mind.” VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: I have to admit,
Vissarion lost me somewhere in between the end
times and soulless aliens. Still, I could see how his
followers could really get into this stuff. It’s a hell of a lot more
interesting than Adam and Eve and the crucifixion. The teacher’s handlers
signalled that it was time to wrap up. But I was determined to slip
in a few simple questions that, with any luck, would
be answered in a straightforward manner. How about food. What’s your favorite
dish to eat? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: A man
without penchant– which apparently extended to
answering questions in a fashion that I could
understand. But this was my last shot. At the very least, maybe I could
glean something about the purity of my own being. Just meeting me briefly,
can you tell me anything about myself? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: [LAUGH] I’d say– So last question. If you could tell one piece of
advice that our viewers here could follow relatively easily,
what would it be? VISSARION: [SPEAKING RUSSIAN] ROCCO CASTORO: OK. I’m not sure if I was supposed
to or not, but there is no way I was leaving without a photo. So I hopped right in there. [RUSSIAN]. So we’ve finished our journey
here, and going back to New York City, and pollution,
and terrible people. In other words, all the things
that I find weirdly comforting. What can I say? I’m a man of modern
convenience. But if it ever gets too much
for me, if the scum of humanity becomes so sticky and
viscous that I can’t scrub it off, I know there’s a place
where I can drop out and be at peace. And the next time someone
complains to me that everything sucks, or our
problems are unsolvable, I’ll just tell them– there’s this place you can go
in Siberia where they’ll accept you with open arms. A place where the children run
free, where the earth provides everything you need. And where money– [SINGING IN RUSSIAN]

Randy Schultz

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100 thoughts on “Siberian Cult Leader Thinks He’s Jesus

  1. KING KONG says:

    cult

  2. Fr3eK eeboy says:

    This cult is still less violent and totalitarian than Islam🙄

  3. aniruddha rawale says:

    FBI imported him to smuggle little kids to Vatican

  4. United we stand Divided we fall says:

    2:22 who ever kills him self or any other human without justifying reason is going to hell stupid.

  5. Elliot Carter says:

    Midsommer

  6. raiden rozelly says:

    Well I hope that gay didn't come to Indonesia couse in here prophets, Satan, and even God got arrested or any other countries that have the same rules as our

  7. Bosnian Theologian says:

    „For many Shall come in my name and say i am the christ and will deceive many“ Fulfilled Prophecy

  8. Rey Leal says:

    The "teachers handlers"??? Hes a man bein mind controlled….. He is no Devine being…. Thers one tru living God and He will judge this false teacher…… Jesus said they will say He is here or He us there but be not deceived….. REPENT N TRUST IN JESUS CHRIST ALONE

  9. Наталья К. says:

    I do not believe that is real Jesus

  10. Наталья К. says:

    I myself am from Russia

  11. Наталья К. says:

    Maybe this is a fistula ani Jesus

  12. Наталья К. says:

    You don’t know what boch is

  13. wwemanrd says:

    Can't believe people can still be easily manipulated this way

  14. Robert Delgado Capetillo says:

    Have y'all seen the movie Midsommar!?! Yeah this is what this is.

  15. Curpen Hans says:

    Our lord Jesus is grace , peace and joy. When you start walking away from jesus , you are depressed , anxiety and rage. Then satan comes and offer you lust , drug , money and pride.You will always feel out of love and get addicted and want more. This Russian fake jesus are leading people to hell because they are not praying and thanking the lord for the peace and love we are feeling right now but instead they are praising this man. He said he heard voice of alien, yep that's satan for you. When you heard the Lord's voice, you already know that jesus. And please stay away from sins.

  16. Katrina Glassmyer says:

    What astounds me the most is people that fall for this B.S.!!! THEY obviously dont read or know the bible!

  17. Arian H says:

    Gotta admit he lookslike jesus

  18. Luke Scolavino says:

    This is an antichrist. He is not Jesus, Jesus said he will not return, he will only return to bring on the rapture. He is a fraud, sent by Satan

  19. essexoffroader says:

    They seem happy and peaceful living in the beautiful countryside. Jesus or not who cares let them believe and enjoy life

  20. Captain Spalding says:

    False prophets will rise everywhere in the end times.

  21. Nate Dorner says:

    Is he rising from the dead? Bringing others to life? Curing cancer? Try walking on water !!!

  22. Tao N says:

    Total fraud! Advise, 👉🏽 Don't watch movies

  23. Thisguy500000 says:

    I am a believer.

  24. Ivo Buffa says:

    It's terrifying to watch those people. Seeing this video makes an atheist or agnostic associate the (altruistic) Truth of our only Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ with madness, not glory. Interestingly, it's a proof that a community with fundamentally different rules (in some ways maybe paradoxically more according to God's will – Holy Bible's New Testament compared to common forms of societies) can work. The false teacher's (textbook messiah complex) last words about superiority to another are very wise, only the fact he doesn't apply them himself is proving the point.

  25. Final Halcyon says:

    16:21 Vodka walk

  26. Inside Tha JackaLs Head says:

    lol With the thumbs up and down YouTube should add laughing, smiling, and crying faces for moods. This video will get tons of laughs.. My god people are so stupid…. How can anyone buy into cults in this day and age. Amazing.

  27. sweetpeas says:

    I would never believe this guy! He is not Jesus ! Jesus said when he come it going to be like Sodam and Gomorrah and Noah time! It will be ugly when Jesus comes again! Jesus said there will be many men who will pretended to be him! Jesus was sad by this when he told his disciples! The devil working every hard to destroy us! We must never believe these people they are working for the devil!

  28. L J says:

    1rst: he has his friendlyness very good under controll in a very emotionless balanced way, scanning his interviewer with almost closed eyes,
    omg i watched too much youtube vids about narcissisme last period
    but 2nd: this russian jesus has property, what a spiritual downfall in re-incarnation.
    Let it go man, detach this world, like you learned 2000 years ago from the sadhu's in India while you were lost for 18 years, pick it up where you left it 😛

  29. Ben ash says:

    Isn’t he supposed to speak all languages??🤔

  30. psychedelic toaster says:

    Somebody wanna tell this guy that Jesus was Middle eastern? This guy looks like Billy Ray Cyrus.

  31. Steve B says:

    Is this for real?

  32. crusader 1 says:

    It's about to be the jonestwon massacre all over again

  33. s. Haa says:

    like wtf, turn the camera off, we do nat want to share Jezus and his wisdom with the world.

  34. Totodile493 says:

    Men posing as Jesus will try to deceive people in the last days. It's in the Bible, Matthew 24:23-24, NIV. “At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘There He is!’ do not believe it. For false Christ's and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and miracles to deceive even the elect—if that were possible.”

  35. Stephen Bove says:

    Vice sux

  36. Tuhoe Te Uruwera says:

    matthew 24:24

  37. sam fletcher says:

    leninn or stalin would be like "hahahaha you funny, go to gulag"

  38. Alisa Lexter says:

    When i watched them dancing around, first thing tht came to my mind ; Midsommar

  39. Randy Schultz says:

    When u take the sacred pill

  40. Red Skeletal says:

    reminds me of midsommar

  41. borky420 says:

    Man thank god for condoms

  42. Sticks & Stones says:

    So sad yet sweet as well.
    I see why they have hold on this child.

  43. Public Public says:

    There are hundreds of them maybe even thousands….. which is the real one?

  44. Public Public says:

    And the miracle? With just a few words all the cameras were switched off because….? The god of everyone isn't the god of photographers and film makers.
    How long before we hear that children were being ritually buggered in underground cellars?

  45. Imuti Mwiti says:

    The guy looks very humble.

  46. Mate Beslic says:

    Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups!

  47. Rich Michaels says:

    So full of shit

  48. Jack Samurai says:

    What a fake ass wanna be
    Feel sorry for the people who are buying this shit from a fake scammer

  49. Angel Lady says:

    For the last time Jesus was not white and his name wasn't jesus anyway

  50. Laser Beat says:

    i kinda wish that the pope and the dude should meet up I wonder how that might work out

  51. SAVAGE BOI ANGEL says:

    That stupid ass mofo not jesus tf

  52. Habitually Annoyed says:

    👀👁🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️

  53. Magno Neves says:

    False prophets.. follow Him you will go to hell..

  54. Guy Anderson says:

    Now that dude got game..My son in law looks just like Jesus but he is in prison doing time

  55. Guy Anderson says:

    In the 30s they threw 6000 folks on a island near Siberia and they ate one another now 5000 folks following this guy and first rule is no meat..Strange lol

  56. M. Low says:

    I wonder does this Jesus put on sunblock? I mean it would be quite weird for a God to put on sunblock to protect him from something he created right? LOL can anyone tell me why this Jesus have recessive eye color that can be prone to getting degenerating eye disease, can anyone tell me why does Jesus have recessive skin color with only one layer of skin that wrinkles up as the body ages, can anyone tell me why this Jesus has hair similar to a animal that needs to be washed several times a week if not every day. Can anyone tell me why this Jesus look like the people who are the youngest on the planet that's only been around for a couple thousand years, so why are there other people that's been on the planet for instant black people for over a million years that are designed to quit exist with the Sun that this white Jesus made that his body cannot tolerate. God damn you have to be awfully stupid to Think Jesus would be white

  57. Eyecarnate says:

    Jeez what a phoney

  58. ZackyShockerz says:

    Wowww.. The ANTI-CHRIST / dajjal; is already arrived. The man who will bless us with bread when the earth are full of hunger. He will send down rains upon those who believe in him, which in turn will cause good crops to grow, trees to bear fruit and cattle to grow fat.

  59. Food Connoisseur says:

    This would not be believable if Christians did not make photos of Jesus
    Didn’t you expect that someone will look like the photos and act like him?

  60. Robert Bowe says:

    " I was told they share there wives." Well sign me the fuck up.

  61. Brandon Villatuya says:

    They are so progressive chanting happy holiday lol

  62. The Doctor says:

    This is what happens when you don't find the answers you're looking for, mainly because when you do you find truths in life, you only find the parts, but if you were to find all the parts of what you're looking for, something like this would fall away pretty fast, its the same with all religion.

  63. Gareth Hutchinson says:

    lol he looks like Rasputin

  64. Lemuel Judah says:

    Death and slavery all heathens especially this fucking devil just stay away from the real Israelites

  65. Johnny Correia says:

    I can’t see the subtitles because other subtitles are covering them

  66. Bronson 2140 says:

    Hahahahhaahah and you guys talk about islam and its fake prophets hahaha ?here you go christians the earth is flat

  67. Bronson 2140 says:

    Tell him to run on water

  68. Ee Zee says:

    Waiting for a documentary with all these cult leaders and self-proclaimed messiahs in one room. That’ll be interesting.

  69. The dynamite boi says:

    this is some berserk shit

  70. Pyrus Rex says:

    If that guy is Jesus then my dog is Muhammad

  71. Frank says:

    This guy is a Tosser, Wenker, F___kwit. I wonder how many believe that he is jesus???

  72. Tactinov precision pack says:

    Ok then… Let me get my nail gun just to make sure he's jeezas

  73. David LeRoy says:

    Cult leader. Just watched midsommar,, no thanks 🤚🏼🤣

  74. David LeRoy says:

    I hope that dude made it out alive. 😂

  75. Ps4_ Gamer1993 says:

    Just stop it Russian rapist think he's Jesus🤔🤣 maybe leering children's to his house?

    How can ya'll be that stupid to think your Jesus or God. Did ya'll create heaven and earth and did ya'll create NKJV like
    (Genesis, Mathew, Mark, 1st & 2nd Corinthians, Romans)😠

    I'll pray for ya'll that think your Jesus or God, there is only one God and his name is yahweh. And he's the one who created heaven and earth..

    DON'T BE RETARDED AND SPREADING LIES😡😡😡😡

  76. Samuel Burson says:

    This is bullcrap they put "speaking Russian" over all there words so I have no idea what they are saying. Pointless to watch you only hear what they wont you to dont watch!!!

  77. Rada Stanislav says:

    If Stalin was alive he'd have had that Jesus' balls on a frying pan and feed his dogs with Jesus' ignorant followers.

  78. Charlemagne says:

    Rasputin

  79. Сергей Куршеков says:

    Damn that guy has needed to play a lot of farcry 5 to go that far

  80. ᄊ乇刀みㄚɮRエの says:

    He must be scammer like indian asha ram bapu,radhay matta,ram rahim etc.
    I thought this only happend south east asia but its everywhere
    This place must be raid u can find luxirey
    😡

  81. leroy jenkins says:

    Just because you resemble Jesus doesn't make you Jesus. If that was true then I'd be working with 2 of them.

  82. Mikey's Wife says:

    “At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Messiah!’ or, ‘There he is!’ do not believe it. For false messiahs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect. See, I have told you ahead of time. “So if anyone tells you, ‘There he is, out in the wilderness,’ do not go out; or, ‘Here he is, in the inner rooms,’ do not believe it.” Matthew‬ ‭24:23-26‬ ‭NIV‬‬…. That’s all that need to be said.

  83. Dragon Dimosthenis says:

    Dont be angry against him, understand him and hope God forgives him and the mistaken people that follow him.

  84. Jennifer Woodhead says:

    Ok cool. Now let's hammer him to a cross

  85. King Matolo says:

    When he passes away, what are they gonna do if he doesn't resurrect in 3 days???

  86. ample lola says:

    Update: 2019 and this time Jesus visited uganda and people fell for it 😂😂😂

  87. YoungALMIGHTY No cap says:

    sometimes human can be so dumb

  88. Anthony Cole says:

    All the religious people here laughing at the other religious peoples stupidity are adorable 😂

  89. Nolan English says:

    Midsommar?

  90. Shether Ether says:

    🤣🤣🤣💀 if he Jeus I'm the virgin Mary 🤣. He musta been drinking too much 🤦🏾‍♀️. Glad they found a way to live in peace. And so far their doing good. Hopefully he dont get too…and Jim Jones them 🙏🏾

  91. Brian Sounalath says:

    He stole his name from GoT dragon

  92. Brian Sounalath says:

    This is like that 70’s Oregon cult

  93. Brian Sounalath says:

    The 24 year old lawyer doth protest too much

  94. Brian Sounalath says:

    This what Midsommar based on

  95. b7ray32 says:

    This place is like midsommar😨😨😨😨😨😨

  96. Stone P Stone says:

    These people are lost n Delusional So want to Believe in a pale skin Christ.

  97. Food Connoisseur says:

    This is the consequence of making images of Jesus
    Christians really need to follow the bibles teachings

  98. Monkey Man says:

    FAR CRY 5

  99. abzmouse says:

    how ridiculous

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