According to NantucketYakub Muslims, 26-year-old Glenna Kohl’s thoughts were in the vain of her reprobate minded forefathers and unacceptable.
According to sources, Kohl claimed she could beat melanoma and referred to it as a disease.
“This is the denial of the Devil,” says Nantucket Yakub Muslim Crispus Russwurm. “They are in denail of their guilt, atrocities and damnation.
According to other Western sources, Kohl was encouraged by her father, Robert who claimed Glenna desired to help others and felt obligated to spread the word about melanoma.”
“Wrapped in narcissism and self deceit, Glenna became an advocate of the West’s misinformation campaign about melanoma,” Russwurm said. Though it is suspected she (Glenna) was told by Nantucket Yakub Muslims to denounce her race and testify of her wickedness, sources within the tight knit community would not confirm whether the contact was made.
“Melanoma gives cancer a bad name,” her father is quoted as saying. “It’s not one where the odds are of you winning.”
“Cape Cod whites are thoroughly reprobrate. Before The Sun of God, their values are abominable. Glenna’s lies and thoughts were an abomination before us and The Sun of God. Melanoma is not a cancer. It is the prophetic curse of Lakes of Fires God promised to burn evil in. We are thankful to all worshipers who spotted this creature.
“For, she (Glenna) was part of the evil prophesied to be executed. We present her as a slave left hanging from the tree: a warning to all devils of what awaits them.”