McKay Hatch, victim of child abuse in Mormon cult’s ‘Christo’fascist crusade

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McKay Hatch, 16, of South Pasadena, is brainwashed Mormon spawn who successfully induced the California state Assembly to pass a resolution for a “Cuss-Free Week” that is to begin Monday. The theocratic Mormons also brought/bought us Californians Proposition H8.

I hate to bash a teenager, but the “cuss-free” kid, McKay Hatch — pictured above speaking in Salt Lake City, where his “Leave-It-to-Beaver”-like worldview sells well — is one sad kid. And not “sad” as in “depressed.”

The Sacramento Bee quotes Hatch as having recommended “sassafras,” “barnacles” or “oh, pickles,” in lieu of the more familiar four-letter epithets.

Um, did Hatch just hatch from a time capsule from the 1950s? Because I imagine that any teenager who says “sassafras,” “barnacles” or “oh, pickles” at school is going to get his fucking ass kicked.

Actually, Hatch might as well have emerged from a time capsule, because he’s a Mormon. When I Googled “McKay Hatch” and found that the Mormons’ Deseret News did a piece on him, I figured that he most likely is Mormon, or the Deseret News wouldn’t have written about him. A Google search of “McKay Hatch Mormon” shows that indeed, he’s Mormon and that he and his anti-cussing crusade have received coverage from various Mormon websites.

A Los Angeles Times article says that McKay Hatch’s father is a cousin of Repugnican U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, who also is a Mormon, of course.

So it wasn’t bad enough that the Mormon cult shoved Proposition 8 down Californians’ throats by flooding California with Mormon money from out of state to purchase pro-Prop H8 television ads full of lies; now, the state’s Legislature has allowed an ambitious Mormon kid (whom I doubt they vetted) to get a “Cuss-Free Week” resolution passed.

What’s next?

Why don’t we all just castrate ourselves and cut our own tongues out right now? Will that please the Mormon cult?

Seriously, though, this “Cuss-Free Week” resolution bullshit certainly looks harmless enough, but I think that the Mormon cult already has meddled in the state of California’s affairs more than enough, thank you. The “Cuss-Free Week” resolution is just another brick in the wall of the gargantuan Mormon temple into which the Mormons want to convert the entire state of California.

I don’t hold it against McKay Hatch. He’s a minor. The aforementioned L.A. Times article says that his father is a “motivational speaker” who with his wife wrote a child-rearing guide titled Raising a G-Rated Family in an X-Rated World. (McKay has at least six other siblings, according to the Times.)

I looked up Raising a G-Rated Family on amazon.com and I found it, and I also discovered a book supposedly written by McKay Hatch himself:

“The most cyberbullied kid in the world”?

That’s a badge of honor, I suppose, as is all of Sarah-Palin Quayle’s supposed victimization? These are modern-day martyrs?

If McKay Hatch is “the most cyberbullied kid in the world,” that’s because his parents very apparently are, or at least his father very apparently is, living through him.

You think that McKay Hatch wanted to become “the most cyberbullied kid in the world”? Or do you think that his parents pushed that on him?

You may not intentionally physically injure child or sexually molest a child, because that would be child abuse. But you may thoroughly brainwash a child, you may psychologically, emotionally and spiritually damage him or her quite possibly for life by shoving your toxic “Christo”fascist crap down his or her throat — and what chance does a minor have, since he or she is completely dependent upon his or her parents for everything? — and that’s not considered to be child abuse; that’s considered to be freedom of religion.

Of course, because his parents have thoroughly brainwashed him, McKay Hatch probably would claim that he came to all of this on his own. Yeah, right. Like if he were raised by a sane set of parents, he would be the exact same kid that he is now.

I don’t believe in “cyberbullying” or otherwise bullying a minor. I don’t hold anything against McKay Hatch. I hold it against his parents and the Mormon cult, who very apparently have brainwashed him — and brainwashing is a form of bullying, ironically — into being this anachronistic little Pollyanna who of course is going to be harassed by his peers whose parents have raised their children to live in the real world, not in the fantastical, Mayberry-like world of the Mormon cult.

And we sane Californians need to remain vigilant of the Mormon cult. First, the Mormons flooded the state with their millions of dollars at the last minute in order to see Prop H8 passed in November 2008 (by 52 percent to 48 percent, a close-enough vote that I can argue that the Mormons’ millions made a big difference in the outcome of the election*). Now, this McKay Hatch kid flew under the radar, even though his surname is Hatch, and the state’s Democratically controlled Assembly apparently didn’t see the “no-cussing” bullshit for what it really is: Mormon proselytization.

Unless we want to find ourselves living under Taliban-like conditions one day, we need to remain alert.

*Wikipedia notes of Prop H8:

About 45 percent of out-of-state contributions to ProtectMarriage.com came from Utah, over three times more than any other state. ProtectMarriage, the official proponents of Proposition 8, estimate that about half the donations they received came from LDS [Mormon] sources, and that “80 to 90 percent” of the early volunteers going door-to-door were [Mormon].

Wikipedia also notes that the pro-Prop H8 camp spent about $40 million in its crusade to deny same-sex couples equal human and civil rights.

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  1. Anna

    I must admit, I can understand why he is being cyber bullied if he honestly thinks that he can go around and suddenly tell people how he thinks they need to speak. What ever happened to free will?

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