Psycho Christians Protesting VA Tech Funerals
The psycho Christians are at it again and this time they are attacking the victims of the Virginia Tech shootings. Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) made a name for itself by protesting funerals of soldiers who perished in Iraq and Matthew Sheppard's funeral. The coo-coo for the coco puffs manaicas are lead by demon seed Fred Helps, who believes that the United States is headed for complete and utter destruction due to its acceptance of homosexuality (Ryan Clark, the second victim of the massacre, identified as gay)...really?
Did I miss something in one of Bush's State of the Union babbles?
Was a law passed I didn't know about?
Did the thirty-three states that can fire you because you are gay suddenly have a change of heart?
Someone please tell me immediately if the United States has accepted homosexuality because if that is the case I can get started on my marriage and divorce -- you know, by this age the straights already got those two out of the way.
Fred Helps' devil's spawn, otherwise known as his daughter, had this reasoning why the shootings happened at VA Tech, “The evidence is they were not Christian. God does not do that to his servants. You don’t need to look any further for evidence those people are in hell.”
Fascinating...these Christians soldiers are some vicious kitties. They are only responsible for some of the most major atrocities on the planet such as West African slavery, colonization in Africa, genocide of Native Americans, etc. I always wonder how those good-Christian white folk (of course not all!) were able to wipe out languages, religions, cultures and ethnicities. They were soldiers! Guns, germs and steel had nothing to do with their success...just being Christian.
As I have said before, religious people seem to be the most angriest people on the planet. Every religious figure I know are always pissed off...Reverend Al Sharpton, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Pat Robertson all seem incredibly angry, loud and reactionary. Aren't you supposed to be filled with the love of Christ? Isn't there a calmness that comes with a spiritual connection? I guess not...
Labels: Politics, Religion