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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Westboro Baptist Church heading for Joplin, MO

In yet another disgusting and repulsive stand to get their piece of crap church message out, the Westboro Baptist Church has decided to picket the funerals for victims of the recent Joplin, MO tornado. This is the same group that travels the country desecrating veteran’s funerals.

The Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) has found a new group of people to rally against. The Kansas church, most infamous for its hatred of homosexuals, posted a document last Monday on its website celebrating the deaths of the Joplin, Missouri tornado victims.

“Thank God for 89 dead & counting in Joplin, Mo & 1 dead in Reading, KS!” the document declared in capital letters. “God’s whirlwind is pounding the enemies of Christ! WBC will picket your raging blasphemous stinky memorials!”

The members believe this tragedy in Joplin—and all other tragedies around the world—happened because God wants to punish people for homosexuality. The group plans to protest at the memorial service planned for Sunday, and will rally against President Barack Obama’s visit as well. – San Diego Entertainer Magazine

Fred Phelps and his group are subhuman pieces of crap disguising themselves as Christians. I’ve been posting articles about this group for years because of their protesting at veterans funerals. Shouting out vial phrases how God is happy that their son or daughter is dead. How they deserved to die. Things that you would want to inflict physical harm on them for doing so. Under the first amendment, they have the right to say such things and the Supreme Court recently backed them up on it. The courts also backed up the rights of families to sue the Phelps family and Westboro Baptist Church for personal harm and the families have started to do so.

Patriot Guard Riders is a quiet group of folks that run interference at veteran’s funerals for the families of fallen vet’s and they do a damn great job! We need to put the call out to all of the folks that have a heart to run the same kind of interference for the families of the Joplin, MO tornado victims. Bring a big as life American flag and stand proud between the Westboro Baptist Church protesters and the families while they bury their dead. It wouldn’t hurt to say a few prayers for those still missing too.


UPDATE: Memorial Day 2011

300 Bikers show up to foil Westboro Baptist Church protest! Click HERE

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Blogger Ranch Chimp said...

Seem's like $5 Freddie and his trailer trasher's (I call him $5 Freddie cause of his attire year's ago) cult (WBC) has been getting into everything these dayz ... they just got the KKK protesting face to face against WBC for slamming our troop's, heh, heh, heh, heh, heh ... imagine that! :) But Freddie is most known for homo chasing and hate ... oddly way back before his homo bashing campaign ... he was a hero to African American's ... as an attorney defending black folk's from injustice ... what a turnaround this fella made ... I just reckon he's one of them ole boyz that are homophobic, or maybe he got sodomized as a child or something ... kind of a psychological thing. I never did like religion Papa, ever ... I never thought that it had a thing to do with spirituality, and is responsible only for dividing people and putting them at each other throat's ... but that's just my opinion Guy. One of these dayz ... these cult folk's of Freddie are going to run across the wrong bunch at the wrong time, and get what is past due for them ... a good down home ass- whipping.

7:31 AM  
Blogger Papamoka said...

I think you are 100% right RC. Religions across the world have been hijacked by extremist that swear they are God's messenger and yet all they have to offer is hate and blame. Scary my friend.

One of these days Freddie and his crew of haters are going to run into some people that have no problem with serious violence. They are just one candidate away from a serious prozac moment.

9:54 PM  

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