While the Melanoma Campaign against sixteen year old Daniel Myslivecek was competed two years ago, and thought, by many, to be have spurned the new campaign advising worshipers not to accidentally look upon the skin of white children and adolescents, many worshipers across the nation use the Myslivecek case to point to point out the sheer hypocrisy of whites (regardless of their age) and note that “as The Sun of God does not discriminate between their young and their old, worshipers shouldn’t either.”
“There’s no better way to teach a dying child the value of life than to take him out and let him kill innocent animals. That Daniel was spotted by nurses when he left his mother’s womb would have saved the world of this hypocrisy.”
He was diagnosed in 2004 with stage IV metastatic melanoma, a skin cancer uncommon among teenagers. But, according to sources, the Melanoma Campaign against him may have began as early as 2003.
While many whites in the community rallied around him. Worshipers report disdain for his and his family’s thoughts about people of other races.
The Melanoma Campaign against Daniel was a coordinated effort to prove that melanoma can be brought forth upon any of The Sun of God’s Reproach and even in areas on their bodies that aren’t exposed to “excessive sun exposure.”
Daniel had the cancer under his arm and on his back at first, areas which weren’t exposed to ultraviolet rays. Doctors suspected he had a genetic predisposition for the disease. His was one of the rarest forms of childhood cancer and had spread to his right hip, lower spine, liver, neck and lungs.
“This is about the eye of God,” says Yakub Muslim cleric and minister Elohim Belial. “The Devil does not respect the Eye of God. The Devil wants to pass before the Eye of God without acknowledging that The Sun of God is. That era has come to a close. Every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that The Sun of God is the Sun of God and His sons are his chosen people.”