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Video: Anti-gay church makes debut on Vine including bizarre anti-gay Halloween message

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  1. Pipicalzaslargas 31 Oct 2013, 2:28pm

    Are these 2 idiots so important to make a news with them? …. their strategy is so basic and slapdash that a 4 years old boy could have done it …..

  2. Tim Hanafin 31 Oct 2013, 2:49pm


  3. That church is just a more transparent version of many churches. The thing that blows my mind is that the people there (and in this video) are so ignorant and proud of it. Read an opposing view and challenge the contradictory crap that comes from those teachings. Does your God tell you to love or to judge for him? Idiots like that make me sad for their families.

  4. I bet they skinned their knuckles too, no more knuckle-dragging for those two throwbacks for a few days anyway.

  5. I think what would make for a really, really, gay Hallowe’en would be for the Westboro Baptist Church to be hit by a freak lightning storm and burn to the ground. Then, when they tried to collect on the insurance, be told that they couldn’t because it was an act of God. Oh, I’d choke on my trick or treat candy, laughing myself silly.

  6. Extremist religious nutters. That’s all that really needs to be said about these people.

    Why are we giving them any attention on here at all? Does someone from PN sit there on Twitter and YouTube just waiting for this bunch of mental defectives to post something?

  7. Michael Igoe 31 Oct 2013, 4:39pm

    A definite case for treatment, by the look of things.

  8. As usual, we can rely on Pink News to give WBC all the free publicity they could ever hope for.

    1. jamestoronto 1 Nov 2013, 3:11am

      Say what you will, but we are in a struggle — indeed, a battle — with these and other propagators of hate. As in any battle, it is vital to know what the enemy is thinking and what their tactics will be. It prepares us for our defence. Besides,it shows them up for the ludicrous idiots that they are.

      1. BlokeToys 1 Nov 2013, 1:31pm

        I, personally, don’t think this is going to win us any battles against an insane cult with a following in double digits.
        Of all the battles out there, the WBC is a pathetic enemy we could crush in a day if it were ever a real threat to anyone.
        They have no power, they have no real following, if anything they are turning more and more people away from their religious beliefs than gaining anything for Christianity.

        When the old sickos of the cult die their tiny group of brainwashed minions will all end up in psychiatric institutions or fighting each other for leadership.

        There is no battle with these freaks, so there really is no need to promote their nonsense on a news site. We would be better off focusing on the sickos in government with some real power. Fanatics in the Republican party or homophobes in UKIP in the UK… They are a genuine threat and deserve more attention than this raggedy bunch of crazies.

  9. Oliver216 1 Nov 2013, 2:00am

    Are they serious? Or is this a parody? Or are they trying to brainwash us?

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