Remember him?? Yeah you know the asshole who protested at soldiers funerals and believes that the military deaths in the war are "god's punishment" because the United States tolerates homosexuals.
I am sick of being afraid of offending some one so if you are about to be offended I don't care you don't have to read this blog if I am offending you.
Well now he's been barred from entering the UK. Which if you ask me is AWESOME!
He was going over there to protest a play about the murder of Matthew Shepard and he says that God Hates the Queen Mary's College, and the fag-infested UK, England and all having to do the spreading sodomite lies via the Laramie Project , this tacky bit of cheap fag propaganda masquerading as legitimate theater.
Seriously?? Last I checked God teaches us to love everyone unconditionally (and if you are reading this and think you are going to flood my comment with homosexual hate comments you've got another thing coming I moderate mother fuckers.)
I think that Rev. Fred Phelps should be shipped off to Antarctica with his entire church and be left to die. That may be a bit harsh but seriously these are the people that give the entire Christian population a bad name. You do not have to love gay people, but do not spew hate talk about them because you don't agree with their lifestyle.
unless you are in a gay friendly place (and if you are in a gay friendly place you don't have any right to hate) Most of them do not flaunt their relationships so openly in public (mainly because they don't want to offend anyone) there are the few that don't care and feel that they should be treated as any regular couple and I absolutely agree, they are a regular couple and if you don't like it you don't have to look.
No-one is pushing this lifestyle on Rev. Phelps I wonder if he's all against the gay life style cause he's in the closet or something. He has to hate it cause if he hates it, it won't "take him over"
GAH!!!! I am in a mood today so you all better look out! I'm glad that tomorrow is Friday and I can use the weekend to wind down and chill.
Here is the article on the UK baring Rev. Phelps just so you can see exactly what I am talking about just in case you've been living under a rock.
Article Provided by MSNBC.
LONDON - An anti-gay U.S. Christian preacher and his daughter have been barred from entering Britain as they could spread "extremism and hatred," the British government said Thursday.
The Rev. Fred Phelps, founder of the Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas, had been due in Britain to protest at a play about the murder of a gay man.
But British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said she had decided to prevent Phelps and his daughter Shirley Phelps-Roper from entering the country.
"Both these individuals have engaged in unacceptable behavior by inciting hatred against a number of communities," a Home Office spokeswoman said.
"We will continue to stop those who want to spread extremism, hatred and violent messages in our communities from coming to our country."
Phelps believes the United States is doomed for tolerating homosexuals and that military deaths in conflicts such as Iraq are god's punishment. He organizes regular protests at events around the country. His church achieved notoriety for picketing the funerals of U.S. servicemen.
Church plans protestOn its Web site, the church said it planned to picket a performance of "The Laramie Project" on Friday at Queen Mary's College in Basingstoke, southwest of London.
The play recounts the death of gay university student Matthew Shepard, who was killed in Laramie, Wyoming, in October 1998. Phelps and members of his church, mainly made up of his extended family, staged a protest at Shepard's funeral.
"God hates the Queen Mary's College, and the fag-infested UK, England, and all having to do with spreading sodomite lies via The Laramie Project, this tacky bit of cheap fag propaganda masquerading as legitimate theater," the church's web site said.
British campaigner Peter Tatchell, founder of gay rights group Outrage!, said Phelps and his family should not be banned.
"With their extremist views, they discredit themselves and also bring great shame to the Christian religion," he said.