Pokemon, (pronounced POH-kaymahn), is short for pocket demons. The Devil loving phenomenon began in Japan over 20 years ago. A young boy summoned an evil demon to kill his entire family because they wouldn't buy him a stick of chewing gum at the supermarket. The demon came, and brought with it, other pokemons who jumped into the parents mouths while they were sleeping, and lodged themselves in their tracheas, suffocating an entire family, and setting the boy free to steal their money and buy gum.
"The whole idea behind Pokemon is to show a child that they can become a "powerful evil force, and they don't have to listen to their parents.'' Landover occult expert, Jonathan Edwards said. "Kids look for different Pokemon demons, find them and utilize their specific powers to create chaos in the home. It can be extremely violent, and the liberal media does not want anyone to know how many families have been torn apart since this menace began. The ultimate goal for a child is to collect them, and once they've collected all of them, they can have anything they wish for. In most cases, the child wishes for complete control over his entire family. The pokemons approach in the still of night, entering the parents mouths and lodging themselves in their tracheas until they suffocate. They then scurry off quietly and return to their masters bed. When authorities arrive, they are shocked to see no evidence of foul play. They observe only a smiling child, fast asleep, surrounded by stuffed animals and 'innocent little' Pokemons."
Focus on the Family, the Colorado Springs-based Christian organization whose messages reach as many as 5 million people weekly via radio broadcasts, has researched Pokemon, said David Wright , project coordinator the Youth Culture Department. "What we found, is so horrifying, and so schocking, it would drive an unsaved person to the brink of insanity! Godly Christians are the only ones who can see this Satanic attack, we don't expect sinners to understand our ongoing battle with principalities that are not of this world. We do however, expect them to take us very seriously, and to submit to our (God's) authority in destroying these little beasts before they make junior Satanists out of every child on the planet!"
Pokémon—A Christian Commentary
"The first thing I noticed after initially booting up Pokemon Go was that 70 percent of the landmarks near me were churches," Patricia Hernandez wrote for Kotaku. "Actually, a lot of Pokemon Go players are being directed to churches so that they may collect new monsters and more items within the augmented reality game."
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A Grown-Ass Adult's Guide to Pokémon Go
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But last week, something amazing happened. The Nintendo-owned franchise released Pokémon Go, a free app for Android and iOS that allows users to wander their real-world environment in search of Pokémon.As you've surely noticed by now, the game has become so popular so quickly that it feels like we were taken in a time machine right back to 1997. As of this writing, it's more popular in the App Store than Tinder. When people would rather use an app to wander around catching imaginary wizard rodents than to meet real people who potentially want to have sex, you know this thing is a hit.
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