SuperKumantong – Stupid Cult VS Evil Taoism Debunking

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SuperKumantong – a YouTube user that raid over our Blade-Proof SCAM debunking videos done by our Tin Yat Lineage students and supporters recently was causing me to boil. I don’t mind if people disagree with us, because everyone can have their own opinions. If you think those are not what you like, that’s okay, but it is NOT okay to say “I don’t like your stuff” and then curse people at the back by using your stupid Kumantong crap and think people don’t know about it. Everyone, beware of this YouTube user “SuperKumantong“. Here is the evidence of his commenting, just in case he deletes it later on. Basically, he is trying to go around and tell people that these “Blade-Proof” SCAM demonstration or the incense trick is all only fake things done by fake Taoist and the REAL DEAL should be whatever he linked to. See examples of his comments…

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Basically, what he was trying to show you was these:

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“SuperKumantong” the user was saying that you should try to prove these are “fake” magic and fake “Taoism” is you can do it. Basically, anyone can get that he is trying to say “those are fake, this is real.” Right?

Basically, we can see the difference between CULTS and REAL Taoism here. Clearly as shown. Stupid people really believe in stupid things. They are hopeless. Please, ask yourself “What is Taoism“?  Is Taoism a circus show?  Is Taoism a stunt actor team?  What is Taoism?   If you like super human feats, here is one, but you don’t need to be Taoism or a Taoist or any magic to do it. All you need is a crazy brain, the guts, and maybe some people to push you to do it without using your brain to think about the pain afterward.

Or if you like, go to Google and search up “body mod” and you will find a lot of “magic” there too. Many people are doing it for fun, but are they Taoist?

So, what now? Is this guy using magic to poke all that crap over his face? or body? I can understand where “SuperKumantong” came from though. His channel says that he is from Singapore, a place that is filled with those crazy temples who say the mediums can get possessed and do crazy feats such as poking through their face with a big rod, chopping themselves and get extremely bloody and so on. If you read our article on “Gi-Tung” you will also know that these are NOT Taoism, they are crazy evil cults brew up to scam people only. Not that their feats are scams and “illusions”, but the fact is – they are not Taoism and have nothing to do with Taoism or even magic at all. Keep in mind that “Possession in Taoism” is all a big scam. Research and you will find out a lot of crazy things about them. Such as summoning novel characters, made up deities and so on. Everything can be wrong and they can still “shake-n-act” to be possessed too and demonstrate the same feats like poking their cheeks.  Does that prove you anything?

Mak Jo Si’s Word To SuperKumantong

I suggest SuperKumantong to study the history and everything before even falling deeper into the false belief with the piercing and other crap. They are not real Taoism.  Taoism should be making your life better, improving your health, making your life happier, and NOT to do stupid things to damage your body just to show people some stupid prove of guts. These piercing are done by tribes and people living in those undeveloped countries too, such as the disc-in-lips stuff, piercing and so on are very commonly done all over the world by these people who doesn’t have enough education to think straight.  Don’t fall for the cults and stupidity.

Taoism is about wisdom, and wisdom tells us that by harming yourself now to prove you are stupid will lead to pain and suffer in the future. Yes you will not die or anything by poking through your cheeks, but the pain will stay there for quite a while after that. Imagine how fun is that after the show?

SuperKumantong is also a “Kuman Tong” lover for sure, or else he won’t use that name. Everyone, take a look at what is kumon tong, maybe you will understand more about why he cannot think straight too.  It’s a disgusting practice, and anyone who can tolerate that crap in the society today really need a brain surgery.

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Taoism VS Kumon Tong

SuperKumantong, if you dare to harm people with your kumantong, you are going to suffer back more than you will expect. The fact is, your crap doesn’t work on Tin Yat Lineage people, including our believers, but we know what you did at the back after your commenting. Great virtues you got there, aside from being a hater on YouTube, your mind is totally crooked enough to curse people at the back too. Wow, we can all see how crooked these people are now. Thanks for proving it to us. For all supporters of Tin Yat Lineage, including our students, we should pity these minorities together, because they really lack education and need some wisdom to kick in one day in the future to turn their culture upside down to fix that part of eat that is always collapsing and living in poverty. I suggest people read “What is Taoism“?

Suggest you also read:

SuperKumanTong Attack Tin Yat Lineage and Claim to be “Real Taoism”

SuperKumantong 4D Power VS Tin Yat Lineage Mak Jo Si

SuperKumantong VS Tin Yat Lineage Debunk!

SuperKumantong – CULT on Youtube

Tin Yat Lineage Taoist VS SuperKumantong Victory!

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Mak Jo Si

co-founder at Chi in Nature
Mak Jo Si (Master Mak) is a cheerful and friendly 100% truly pure Taoism Master who hates evils. He is the owner of Chi in Nature Ltd. Taoism Temple located in Markham, Ontario, Canada. He is talented in Taoism, Exorcism, Fengshui and Kung Fu. Since 1996, Mak Jo Si started his life time career of Taoism which ensure you that he is a positive, professional and powerful Taoist Master.

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