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David Pakman Intrvu- Son Of ‘God Hates Fags’ Would ‘Legally’ Execute ‘Fags’ & Non-Virgin Brides

Jonathan Phelps, member of the ‘God Hates Fags’ Westboro Baptist Church, son of the cult’s leader, Fred Phelps, and brother of Shirley Phelps-Roper, Fred’s second-in-command, joins David to discuss whether ‘God Hates Fags’ supports Mitt Romney or Barack Obama in the upcoming 2012 Presidential election.

Phelps admits that full marriage equality is coming soon to the United States, responds to a few questions about family members defecting from the cult, and much more.

Broadcast on October 10, 2012

 

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Anti-Gay ‘X-Gay’ Larry Adams: Another ‘Minister’ Harassing Gays With Lev. 20:13 Yet Won’t Obey It

The Solution To Gay Marriage Is A Double Hanging

The Solution To Gay Marriage Is A Double Hanging

They seem to be everywhere these days, quoters of Bible verse Leviticus 20:13, and others they claim as death penalty sentences which modern Americans must recognize, by making GLIBT people’s lives living deaths.

They refuse to follow those verses themselves!

Leviticus 20:13 doesn’t tell Larry Adams, in the picture below at a recent Indianapolis NOM rally, to make a sign informing people what Leviticus 20:13 says.

Leviticus 20:13 doesn’t tell Larry Adams to harrass, visually frighten, embarrass, or psychologically torture gay and lesbian people, everyone who loves a gay or lesbian person – and everyday people of all ages and orientations walking by — by showing a sign meant to stimulate viewers to imagine two human beings hung with rope by the neck until dead.

Leviticus 20:13 doesn’t say to treat the solemnity of current, ongoing state executions of human beings, mainly for murder in the U.S.A., as a cartoon joke, which Larry Adams clearly believes to be very funny.

Leviticus 20:13 says to put people to death.

♦ “Kill All Gays Sentiment Shows Its Face At Indianapolis NOM Rally” FROM Bilerico: Flickr slide show, at least 1 video interview with Larry Adams

Religious excuses for acting on your anti-gay bias through incitement, harassment or other forms of violence, don’t apply if you clearly don’t believe enough to follow the exact religious rule you are citing.

Kill me as you advocate so publicly, Larry Adams, or shut the fuck up.

Your violence-inciting signs belong at Republican gatherings, where you might encourage those who will actually follow through and hang you as you — a gay man who is a religiously ‘x-gay’ person — believe you deserve, instead of bringing them to equality rallies for incitement, where you are shouting down an empty well.

“Well, that guy with the sign saying hang homosexuals can’t be a homosexual. We don’t get to — I mean — have to kill him.”

You don’t think they’ll buy your little story about being a very religious “x-gay” do you?

“Well…. We don’t have to…. He says he’s x-gay…. But to be safe, and ‘toward the glory of’ and all, we should be thorough.”

Your signs will also find welcoming smiles as the decor for Peter LaBarbera’s KKK-copycat hate group meetings; “serious discussions about the soul of America and the threat it faces from the homosexualist rebellions.”

The KKK is a violent, national, Christian-based hate group with a preference for attacking non-white people, Jewish people, and gay men and lesbian women. Peter LaBarbera and his boss, Concerned Women for America, are violent propagandizers, a national and Christian-based hate group with a preference for attacking gays and lesbians, women and Democrats.

Concerned Women for America’s Peter LaBarbera creation Americans For Truth About Homosexuality is his failed pet hunting blind from which he shoots at sex with a bb gun. He’s always been focused on gay men’s sexual practices (the same sexual practices of opposite-gender couples, though Peter LaBarbera doesn’t acknowledge that all human sexual practices are universal among humans).

The KKK still holds events featuring the burning of large, wooden, Christian crosses to symbolize their fired-up Christian-based spirits. They are easily both protected and controlled because of the rarity of their inbred need to incite violence against other people. They seem to be most like a less-evolved human, still hanging on to the violent anti-interloper traits of some large ape colonies.

The religious beliefs behind public hangings and other forms of execution that Christians in the U.S.A. are eager to use for the elimination of their problem with GLIBT citizens must be strictly protected and controlled too.

Seriously, Larry Adams. Either kill me as your god demands, or shut the fuck up.

NOM

Our enemies want us DEAD. For now, it is important to believe them. They have earned that. Expect the assault, the attack, the legislative outrage upon you. Expect that no one will step up for you. Legally arm yourself, as many of us as is possible. We need to become the most legally armed generation of living GLIBTs in this country for a while, so that some future generations really will be able to enjoy what we pretend to have today.

Larry Adams’ failure to obey Lev. 20:13 himself, with gays and lesbians all around, eliminates him and his fake “Cross Bearer Ministries” from using any phony religious defenses against charges of incitement. He matches Lev. 20:13 with a pair of hangman’s nooses specifically advocating murder, but isn’t willing to sacrifice for his beliefs as we are supposed to do — sacrifice for his beliefs — and carry out what the Bible specifically says to do.

Larry Adams is proudly and openly advocating the murders of an unknown number of citizens of the United States for doing nothing illegal.

This self-appointed so-called “minister” is proudly encouraging lynching.

Don’t dare to call it lynching, though. As non-white heterosexuals are urged by white heterosexuals to make clear from Zimbabwe to Uganda to Jamaica to the Caribbean to the U.S.A., Zaire, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan, the protection of the equal civil rights of non-white human beings, and the protection of the equal civil rights of non-heterosexual human beings, have nothing whatsoever in common.

Most non-gay, and even some more self-hating GLIBT people like Larry Adams, will be happy to tell us that we are not allowed to discuss together the protection of the equal civil rights of non-white human beings, and the protection of the equal civil rights of non-white, non-heterosexual human beings, or the protection of the equal civil rights of non-black human beings and the protection of the equal civil rights of non-heterosexual human beings.

They will defend Larry Adams for his bravery in speaking his truth, because he colors pink the targets of his murderous religious supremacist and het supremacist horrors, pink targets for all kinds of violence.

From my own daily struggles, I know how amazing it is that so few enraged non-hets have retaliated violently to the centuries of vile abuse, torture and murder which are being continued today around the world. Promises of change are not change. Dreams of “It gets better” do not make it better now or in the foreseeable future.

Larry Adams is inciting the general public today, with careless, craven disregard for public safety. He advocates and incites my murder every time he displays this sign in public.

Violently anti-gay – and even violently anti-christohet supremacist — feelings and emotions are incited, directly caused by his display of this pro-lynching sign. That violence can be expected to escalate with this kind of game-changer.

This is what they want: Wipe us out, and keep at it. Nothing less.

Resist4Justice

Resist4Justice

If I lived near this jackass, I might take my time, might make up several plans with backups. I might protect myself by planning for a clean getaway (maybe ducking public, ATM and building cameras all the way in and all the way out).

I might liberate the pro-lynching sign without touching the idiot holding it, and tear the fucking signs up! On camera at another site, for YouTube, if possible.

But I’m safe. I don’t live anywhere near him or the “church” he advertises on his signs. I wonder where he keeps his signs? Have they gotten that teleportation thing working yet, because I am NOT flying any more, thank you TS-fucking-A and DH-fucking-S!

 

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It’s A (Black) Gay Thing – You Can’t Understand

Black Gays For Justice and Respect
Unnamed Black Man Holding Poster: Black Gays For Justice and Respect

Black Gay Male Couple Smiles Widely, Wearing Matching T-Shirts: "Gay is the new Black"

Photo: Black Gay Male Couple Smiling Widely, Matching T-Shirts: “Gay Is The New Black”

This entry is dedicated to Black Christian News at http://bit.ly/aY4lVt and its sick and twisted Commenters at http://bit.ly/d4kNLe

Black Christian News-type American Christians, like the majority of the staff of Black Christian News, are still religious supremacists because their ancestors’ owners taught them to be.

They are still generationally hornswaggled in this way.

Their ancestors were indoctrinated with some version of Christianity (Laws against African slaves being able to read, against them reading, and against teaching them to read included the Bible). The American (white, usually illiterate) Christianity supremacy their owners used against them eventually subsumed them.

I’m not saying black-skinned people have no ability to make up their own minds, I’m saying there’s a good chance they (and we all, of all colors) are still living lives tainted by the lies and propaganda tools of the white Americans who owned black slaves in the U.S., including manufactured beliefs about Christianity.

Limitation-heavy, designed to eliminate dissatisfaction reactions by instilling passivity, and mainly (then) to keep the enslaved heathens from practicing any African rites because no part of their lives was allowed to be outside the slave-owners’ control, including their access to any comfort they might have gotten from their god(s).

The anti-gay writers and commenters of Black Christian News are the same as sign-carrying cultist and Baptist Rev. Fred Phelps of Topeka, Kansas, and his GodHatesFags.com website.

Except in choice of language, there is no real difference between what the two groups are saying and the fact that they are using the same excuse to harass, malign and torture: religion. Since they are not going anywhere they must be equally rejected and repudiated; scorned.

Either really kill gays as you endlessly repeat that your hand-me-down version of god has ordered — as authorized by the King of England in the 1600′s, around the beginning of the end for religious tyranny: Plymouth Rock time for the U.S.A. — or shut the fuck up. You can’t follow your own religious beliefs because they are too radical and crazy!

Similar radically incorrect “conservative” groups of religious supremacy enforcers still publicly behead and hang women for the religious crime of getting raped.

In the U.S. it’s a religious crime to act as though there is or should be full equality and freedom for women inclusive of their sexuality, their bodies, and all products of their bodies, including work product and babies.

Your understanding of your god is the same as that of Islamic people anywhere in the world who mistakenly believe Muhammed ordered the killing of gays, who actually kill gay people based on that ignorance.

Unless you do your part as individual so-called believers and help to bring gays to execution, you are just mouthy hypocrites and cowards who cannot live up to the same exact Bible citations you are using as excuse clubs for your immoral and illegal abuses of other, equal, human beings.

Leviticus 20:13 says nothing about infinitely whining or nagging or abusing gay people. It doesn’t say to call them names and tell them they are going to your religiously imagined hell. It says to kill them!

Lev. 20:13 Or STFU!

 

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WorldNetDaily’s ‘Mad Molotov’ Mitchell wants Ugandan gays murdered in the name of international political correctness and multi-culturalism

Liberals are wrong to interfere in the cultural practices of Uganda.

This is easy for “Mad Molotov” Mitchell to say.

No one is going to actually pressure him to prove his faith by taking part in the religious trials of suspected multiple-offense or admitted sodomites or enablers or supporters of sodomites.

No one will insist that he attend or assist in the religious executions of the guilty people, according to his bible or the Koran, before he tells others it’s a good thing to do, a positive practice for any society on Earth in 2010.

Molotov (“Mad Molotov”) Mitchell says Uganda (anti-gay, in favor of capital punishment for gay acts or serial gay promotion or assistance) is right, Rick Warren (anti-gay, not in favor of capital punishment, believes god will burn dead gays in hell forever) is wrong.

Hey, “Mad Molotov” Mitchell!
20:13 or STFU!

Go to a Muslim country or the sharia-led region of any country.

Legally help them to hunt, put through mock trials and kill people the accusers tell you are gay (you won’t have time to do your own investigating to find suspects).

Help to carry out the religious executions their way, but for your religion’s reasons. (That’s a point-of-view detail. It really doesn’t matter.)

Until you do it — legally and publicly select, put on trial, and murder an unstoppably gay, but otherwise fine human being, to appease your god — don’t expect anyone to listen to you tell them that they should, or that they should enable any government to revert to such barbarism.

Don’t expect us to wait for you to further infect Uganda with your American evangelist, neo-christian nationalist, intentionally lying interpretation of your political selection of single-digit-century tribal rules.

This is a life-and-death issue for some people. You can find somewhere in the world where it is legal now, where you can demonstrate your god’s pleasure in response to you carrying out 20:13.

Or STFU.

Video or it didn’t happen.

 
 

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Kenya’s ‘gay panic virus’ infection rides false gay marriage rumors from religious supremacists, politician bigots and media to police participating in public mobs beating suspected gays and arresting them

Gay is the new Black t-shirts

Photo Source and Subjects Unknown (Not Kenya)

False Gay Marriage Rumor Enough To Spark Riots By Hets In Kenya

Gay City News
Thu Feb 18 2010
By Doug Ireland

Original story
(Edited, emphasis added)

In the coastal town of Mtwapa in Kenya’s Kilifi district, media hysteria and outrage by clerics over a non-existent gay wedding whipped up mob violence that began on February 12, 2010, unleashing a house-to-house witch hunt by anti-gay vigilantes and police, street attacks targeting gay men, the sacking of an AIDS-fighting medical center, and a widening wave of ultra-homophobic national media coverage.

Many gay men have gone into hiding or fled the area.

From Nairobi, the nation’s capital, Denis Nzioka, a prominent 24-year-old gay activist, told Gay City News, “Ever since the outburst of violence in Mtwapa, gay people have had to fear for their lives. Vigilante groups are hunting down gay men, going door to door, and anyone who is overly flamboyant is attacked in the street.”

According to an internal report jointly prepared by on-scene representatives of both the leading Kenyan Queer group, the two-year-old Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya (GALCK), and the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), a non-governmental organization formed two decades ago, the wave of anti-gay violence had Kafkaesque origins in a false rumor about a gay wedding supposedly planned for February 12.

“There is even a suggestion that it was a planted story,” said the GALCK-KHRC report, adding, “In any case, the most repeated version is that about two weeks ago a well-known and popular gay man in the Mtwapa area went to a barbershop for a haircut. When one of the barbers commented that his hair looked really nice and asked him where he was going, he responded jokingly that he was going to get married. However, the barber took it seriously and went to his local mosque and reported that there was a planned gay wedding set for Friday, February 12 in Mtwapa.”

That mosque’s imam then announced the so-called “wedding” to his congregation and instructed his flock to begin monitoring any community gatherings to insure that no gay weddings could take place.

After this, “a local radio station, Kaya FM, picked up the story and started a series of programs on gays,” according to the GALCK-KHRC report, which Nzioka told this reporter included phone-in talk shows filled with homophobic discourse and incitements to violence.

“Kaya FM presents in Swahili and many of the Minikenda languages, and therefore has a real grassroots reach,” the report said, adding, “The main focus of the discussions was the impending ‘wedding’ of two men in Mtwapa. Other local radio stations also picked up the story, including Baraka FM, Rahma FM, and ultimately national radio stations including Kiss and Classic FM.”

Sunday, February 7th, five days before the date of the alleged wedding, “many of the muftis and imams discussed the impending wedding during Friday prayers and asked the community to be vigilant against homosexuals. They told their congregants to demonstrate and to flush out homosexuals from the midst of Mtwapa and to ensure that no gay wedding took place,” the GALCK-KHRC report declared.

Nzioka told this reporter, “Mtwapa is predominantly Muslim, and the imams have a lot of power and influence there.”

Kenya is roughly 10 percent Muslim. Some 60 percent of Kenya’s minority Muslim population lives in the coastal area where Mtwapa is located. According to the country’s entry in the CIA World Factbook, Kenya is 33 percent Roman Catholic, and 45 percent Protestant.

That’s at least 78% Christian and 10% Muslim. And this is allowed to happen.

As a harbinger of things to come, on the evening of Sunday, February 7th, following anti-gay preachings in Muslim mosques, a group of young men invaded Kalifornia, the main gay club in Mtwapa, and while dancing warned in the form of a song, “Gays have no joy and this time round they will have no joy or happiness for them.” In the days that followed, calls were heard from rioters to burn down Kalifornia.

On Monday, February 11th, a homophobic press conference condemning the next day’s purported wedding was held by Ali Hussein, regional coordinator of the Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya (CIPK), together with Lawrence Chai, regional representative of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK).

According to a story in the Daily Nation about the press conference, “The clerics claimed that a large number of youths were being recruited into gay clubs and warned that ‘God is about to punish the fastest growing town in the Coast region. Come night, come day, we shall not allow that marriage to be conducted in this town tomorrow. We shall stand firm to flush out gays who throng this town every weekend from all corners of this country,’ the religious leaders said.”

The two clerics “said they had given the government seven days to close down night clubs they accused of fuelling homosexuality in the town,” the Daily Nation reported, adding that the two “asked the government to ‘save the country from the shame of being used to conduct a marriage between people of the same sex.’ They also warned the owner of a building in the town, who was allegedly renting rooms only to homosexuals, to evict them or face their wrath. They gave him a seven-day ultimatum to throw out tenants.”

The two clerics also denounced the Mtwapa clinic run by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), a large national organization with 750 staff members nationwide that runs a research program co-sponsored by Britain’s Oxford University. The clinic has an AIDS program for counseling and treating men who have sex with men.

Sheikh Hussein and Bishop Chai demanded that the government investigate the KEMRI clinic for providing services to homosexuals.

“How can a state institution be involved on the pretext of providing counseling to these criminals?,” the two clerics said, according to the Daily Nation, and they added, “We ask that the government shut it down with immediate effect or we will descend on its officials.”

The day after this inflammatory press conference, a well-organized mob of some 200 to 300 people armed with sticks, stones, and other weapons, and led by a vigilante leader named Faridi surrounded the KEMRI clinic, which was alleged to be the site of the non-existent wedding, and demanded that all the “shogas” come out of the building. “Shoga” is a Swahili word used as a pejorative against homosexuals — the equivalent of “faggot” — but also used by women when referring to their close female friends.

Faridi, the vigilante leader, entered the clinic accompanied by police officers and confronted a staff member wearing a World AIDS Day T-shirt with a pink triangle that read “Condoms prevent AIDS” in Swahili. The vigilante is reported to have said, “This man is a shoga,” and at his demand, the police arrested him. Another KEMRI staffer was arrested later, also at Faridi’s insistence.

Nzioka told Gay City News that the KEMRI clinic was subsequently sacked, with material including computers destroyed, and was forced to shut down. This disruption of the clinic’s work means that many HIV-positive people who access care and treatment there have not been able to get their medications for days, which has serious health consequences for them.

Later that same day, “after Friday prayers” in Mtwapa’s mosques, “mobs of individuals went to the homes of suspected homosexuals looking for them,” said the GALCK-KHRC report, which also recounted speeches to a large mob that had gathered outside the local police station. Sheikh Hussein addressed the crowd in a manner “that was inciting, and he kept talking about Sodom and Gomorrah and the need to root out all homosexuals from the Mtwapa area,” the report said.

A former member of Kenya’s parliament, Omar Masumbuko, was one of several politicians who also addressed the mob. “He said that homosexuality must be stopped and every means used to make that happen,” according to the GALCK-KHRC report. “He told the crowd they should not even bother to bring the homosexuals they find to the police station but should take care of the issue themselves.”

Sodomy and sex “against the order of nature” are crimes in Kenya, punishable by ten years in prison, under a law inherited from the period of British colonial rule, which ended in 1963.

February 12 was punctuated by numerous attacks on gay people. At 8:00 a.m. that morning, before leading the mob attack on the KEMRI clinic, Faridi was joined by police in storming and ransacking the home of a gay man, who was arrested along with a friend who was visiting from abroad. While searching the guest’s luggage, they found jewelry that included some rings. Faridi immediately said that these were the rings for the intended wedding.In a separate incident, a 23-year-old security guard was descending from a bus heading toward the center of Mtwapa when he was set upon by a mob that threatened him with death and beat him senseless.

A female sex worker tried to protect him with her body and yelled at the crowd that they can’t kill people like that and that the man had not done anything, but the mob doused the man with kerosene, preparing to burn him alive. At this point the police arrived, but instead of arresting anyone in the mob, they arrested the man it had attacked. The bloodied, dazed man was incarcerated and denied medical attention.

The following day, a volunteer at the KEMRI clinic was attacked by a mob, which chanted that it was actually his wedding they had disrupted. The man was severely beaten and burnt with cigarette butts. As the mob prepared to douse the man with kerosene, he too was arrested. After his arrest, a mob attempted to attack the Mtwapa police station but was repulsed with tear gas.

In total, six men presumed to be gay were arrested, some of them forced to undergo medical examinations for evidence of sodomy, and all were scheduled for a court appearance on February 15. But Nzioka told this reporter that, after intervention by an attorney provided by KHRC, all six were released from custody, and have now fled the area.

Nzioka also said that the wave of anti-gay violence and protests in Mtwapa had received “huge” publicity in all the national media, particularly radio and television, but that “all of it was, sadly, very, very homophobic,” and that the media had utterly failed to reach out to representatives of the gay community. Instead, he said, gay-baiting commentaries and reactions from imams and other religious and anti-gay leaders were featured.

Asked by Gay City News if the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) was sending a staff member to Kenya from its branch office in Johannesburg, South Africa, the organization’s executive director, Cary Alan Johnson, replied in an e-mail,

“We are not sending a staff member to Kenya at this point, as we have full confidence in the local LGBT movement, which is grouped together under the banner of the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya (GALCK) to respond to the situation. Also, a number of national and local mainstream human rights partners, particularly the Kenya Human Rights Coalition, are engaging with the clear recognition that an attack on the rights of individuals based on their sexual orientation or gender identity is an attack on the freedoms of all Kenyan citizens.”

GALCK is not a membership organization but an alliance of five other groupsIshtar, a health group for men who have sex with men; Gaykenya.com, a web site; Minority Women in Action, a lesbian group; the Gender Education and Advocacy Project (GEAP), a group for transgendered and intersex people; and The Other Man in Kenya (TOMIKI), a social network of gay professionals in the medical, legal, and other fields, most of whom, Nzioka said, are “very discreet.”

The consciousness informing at least some in GALCK’s leadership has raised concerns. In a statement demanding government protection for gays published on the group’s website, its general manager, David Kuria, wrote,

“We also call upon the religious leaders in Kenya to appreciate that compulsory heterosexuality is not the way to enforce their religion. GALCK members are willing to enter into dialogue with them, and if they truly have a cure for homosexuality, then we are most happy to take it, BUT NOT UNDER CONDITIONS OF DURESS.”

Since the American Psychiatric Association and most of its Western peer groups have not only completely discredited the notion that there can be a “cure” for homosexuality, but also affirmed that attempting to inflict such a “cure” on those with a same-sex orientation can be extremely harmful psychologically, it is quite disturbing to see the leader of a gay group like GALCK say that his members would be “happy to take” such a so-called cure if available.

Kuria could not be reached for comment by press time.

GALCK has five paid staff members and, Nzioka told this reporter, receives the bulk of its funding from LLH, the Norwegian LGBT Association.

There is no immediate prospect of repeal of the anti-gay sodomy statute in Kenya. Nzioka told Gay City News that Kenya’s gay community has “copiously” inundated the experts drafting a new national constitution with documents supporting the repeal of anti-gay laws and the extension of human rights to LGBT people, but that the committee has turned a deaf ear, and “has even buckled under to homophobia by removing a section which said that ‘every person has a right to start a family,’ which was interpreted as giving gays the right to have or adopt children.”

Moreover, said Nzioka, while there are a handful of friendly elected public officials and politicians with whom Queer groups are in contact, “all are secretive, very discreet” about their support for gay rights and there is no organized evidence of that support in the national parliament.

Meanwhile, the Mtawapa witch-hunt shows no signs of letting up: at the beginning of this week, Sheikh Hussein launched radio appeals for a mass anti-gay demonstration in Mtawapa on February 19.

The web site of the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya (GALCK) is at http://galck.org/index.php.

Gaykenya is at http://www.gaykenya.com.

The Kenya Human Rights Commission is at http://www.khrc.or.ke.

Doug Ireland can be reached through his blog, DIRELAND, at http://direland.typepad.com.

 

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