A Conversation with Japanese Jesus

Japanese Jesus

A 1 Act Play

Introduction: The background for this play is the concept of reincarnation, which allows humans to be reborn in pursuit of perfection and glory. While most Easteners subscribe to this theory, I actually look at it with ridicule and scorn, as it is an excuse to not live a rich and rewarding life in this lifetime.

Anywho, I was forced to write this by slave owners who thought they would get something out of it. Hope you enjoy!

Act 1, Scene 1

Enter Japanese Jesus, stage left. He walks in silent and with head bowed. This is written with assistance by a slave owner who is being forced to remember a play that MIke wrote with Jesus. Why Jesus can’t stop slave ownership baffles the mind, but then again, we all want our holy cocks sucked. You may now proceed.

Japanese Jesus sits down with Old Man, who is a stand in for God. Both sit around a bush fire in quiet contemplation.

Japanese Jesus: We’ll give you a laptop to type with. I know this hurts your feelings to know you can’t work on your play.

Mike: You’re a faggot for enslaving people.

Jesus: There was little I could do other than offer people a way out of their bondage.

Mike: Which makes you even more of a faggot. You couldn’t end human bondage or slavery but rather make people feel helpless so they depend on a God that never existed. Just be real for a second. Your message was simple: help those who need help and look for help you when you need it. Except you never offered any help other than a fake heaven to let people feel good about themselves.

J: MIke, I told them it would take a long time to end this program that enslave people. You unfortunately seem to be caught up in it despite all your intentions of living a quiet life. I’m sorry.

Mike: Then you’re not the son of God. Nor are you the messiah. And I once again deny you as my Lord and Savior. You were a fraud who got what he deserved for challenging power structures and not having the balls nor insight to write some of your own thoughts down.

J: We didn’t have much paper back then. You take for granted what you have today.

Mike: Then what the hell did you accomplish in your lifetime.

J: I went to a few different countries and studied their ways, and eventually decided to paint in the 15th century.

Mike: At least you’re being honest now.

J: That’s why you hate women, isn’t it?

Mike: No shit…

End play


Spirit Channeling is a new concept for many Americans raised in a beautiful secular society. Mike just wants you all to know you’re being dishonest when you say you can’t channel something without the spirit being honest. I will own you all.




Michael Medlen



About Michael Medlen

My name is Michael and during my free time I avoid having a day job. Strangely enough, this gives me the freedom to run this blog. I write just about anything that can be considered art. I also occasionally post articles that may or may not be relevant to the theme of this site. You’ve been warned.
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