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you ever seen muslim websites, queer websites etc?

They give their followers info on where to go, where to move into town to take it over quietly, where to do business, how to sue, what judges and lawyers are on their side, what paperwork they need , what and where their advocates are.

Now imagine if Christians had sites like this and was told where to sue to get money and what to do with that money they win?

They have most of the pro cross dressing queer media so they know their sites will never be exposed and don’t rely on phony conservatives like Hannity who will never mention conservative social issues.

manc, Free Republic 33 Comments [11/21/2011 4:12:38 AM]
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Teh gay jewish black muslim nazis are DERKA DERR

11/21/2011 4:16:09 AM

name

What are you doing on "queer" websites?

11/21/2011 4:37:18 AM

Raised by Horses

<grammar nazi>"take over it", not "take it over".</grammar nazi>

11/21/2011 5:01:02 AM

checkmate

<grammar nazi>"were told", not "was told".</grammar nazi>

Now imagine if Christians had sites like this

Uhh, the web is full of them folks.

11/21/2011 5:09:43 AM

Cy

you ever seen muslim websites, queer websites etc?

They give their readers info on what neighbourhoods are safest for them to live in so they can hopefully avoid being beaten or killed, what businesses won't give large shares of their profits to groups who campaign against their human rights or very existence, and help navigating a legal system which is full of conservative people who are hugely prejudiced against them.

Now imagine if Christians had sites like this... oh wait, they don't need them, because they are not regularly in danger of physical violence, no business would dare donate to any of those anti-Christian lobbying groups that don't exist, and the legal system is biased in their favour.

11/21/2011 5:35:08 AM

Bollox

I'd like to take over your town quietly. Got any urls that might give me a clue as to what part of it I need to move to?

11/21/2011 5:57:30 AM

TGRwulf

"where to move into town to take it over quietly"

Citation needed.

11/21/2011 6:05:33 AM

Mister Spak

"They give their followers info on where to go, where to move into town to take it over quietly, where to do business, how to sue, what judges and lawyers are on their side, what paperwork they need , what and where their advocates are.

Now imagine if Christians had sites like this and was told where to sue to get money and what to do with that money they win? "

I saw it happen for 30 years, so no imagination is needed.

11/21/2011 6:38:04 AM

dionysus

I know. Damn uppity minorities keep trying to work around the discrimination they're facing! Don't they know they're just supposed to take it and be grateful for the privilege? How else can someone as useless as you make him/herself feel better if there's nobody you can step on?

11/21/2011 6:42:32 AM

WWWWolf

> you ever seen [...] queer websites etc?

I'm bisexual. I don't got to "queer websites" you mention. Why? In this part of the world, I don't need to. I can just live my life.

> Now imagine if Christians had sites like this

Imagine indeed.

I'd hate to live in a country where people would need such websites to get through the day.

I mean, if Christians had to have such websites, that would mean they truly *were* repressed by the society. Be lucky they aren't.

Of course, you failed to understand that and think that these websites have to be "exposed". That speaks volumes of your mentality. If, in an alternate universe, Christianity was a crime, I bet you were among the first to demand heads on the block.

> pro cross dressing

Hey, don't generalise. Straight people cross-dress too. The Pope, for example. There's crosses all over the place. (*runs from incredibly lame joke*)

11/21/2011 7:05:12 AM

Doctor Whom

They give their followers info on where to go, where to move into town to take it over quietly, where to do business, how to sue, what judges and lawyers are on their side, what paperwork they need , what and where their advocates are.

I don't know what sites those are, unless there's now a site called Protocols of the Elders of West Hollywood.

11/21/2011 7:15:53 AM

Doubting Thomas

They give their followers info on where to go, where to move into town to take it over quietly, where to do business, how to sue, what judges and lawyers are on their side, what paperwork they need , what and where their advocates are.

Got a URL or are you just pulling this out of your ass?

Now imagine if Christians had sites like this and was told where to sue to get money and what to do with that money they win?

No, they just organize boycotts against businesses because they have tolerance policies toward gays or say "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas." Don't believe me? Check out the AFA's website or google "war on Christmas."

11/21/2011 7:57:10 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Now imagine if Christians had sites like this and was told where to sue to get money and what to do with that money they win?"

Didn't Jesus preach a little something to his followers about 'Turning the other cheek', or perhaps I was mistaken...?

Besides, Fred Phelps & his Westboro Baptist Church already do so, and look how much - legally, and financially - they've gotten out of (ab)using the Constitution for their own nefarious purposes.

They're certainly making the rest of you right-wing fundies look good as a result. Two letters: P.R.

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@Brendan Rizzo

And godhatesfags.com

Yet, even the KKK completely disassociate themselves from the WBC. Mayhaps that's why right-wing fundies are so desperate to accuse Fred Phelps & co. of being 'Liberals'.

With the emphasis on 'Desperate'. Indeed, stretching things so far, as to make Shaun T's 'Insanity Workout' look like Pilates or Yoga for older people.

11/21/2011 8:11:12 AM

tmarcl

Now imagine if Christians had sites like this and was told where to sue to get money and what to do with that money they win?


Um. They do. I remember, as a fundie, there were phone books listing only Christian businesses (including lawyers). Granted, this was in the earlier days of the internet, so it might not have made the transition then, but I'd be more than surprised to learn that such sites don't exist now.

11/21/2011 8:54:41 AM

lonemind

Apparently, this moron has never visited an evangelical website.

11/21/2011 8:58:32 AM

Brendan Rizzo

But you fundies do have sites like that. They're called Rapture Ready, Free Republic, and Fox News's website.

11/21/2011 9:25:20 AM

dfmfundies

They have most of the pro cross dressing queer media

I used to be a reporter. I never met a single cross-dressing journalist.

phony conservatives like Hannity

When Hannity isn't conservative enough for you, you've gone past the fringiest of the lunatic fringe.

11/21/2011 10:03:31 AM

freako104

Army of God website motherfucker. Try that. Or Christian Identity. Them too

11/21/2011 11:19:29 AM



I wouldn't describe Hannity as a phony conservative so much as just a phony in general.

11/21/2011 12:12:38 PM

nazani14

Many, if not most, weekly church programs sell ad space on the back. Christian dentistry, septic tank pumping, hotel discounts, ...

11/21/2011 12:25:29 PM

Papabear

Now imagine you could be reasonable, even-handed and see the big picture.

11/21/2011 1:26:35 PM

Old Viking

@ Raised by Horses: "take it over" is correct. When euphony or comprehension is at stake, the colloquial trumps the formal.

11/21/2011 1:56:32 PM

Agahnim

Fundies aren't a persecuted minority and sane Christians are better with tolerance and aren't deluded into thinking they're a persecuted minority, so there isn't a need for such sites.

11/21/2011 2:49:52 PM

Meishayuri

fal takun alla'anatu alaik

"May the curse be upon you."

The Arabic "Fuck you", manc.

11/21/2011 4:19:46 PM

Dr.Shrinker

"you ever seen muslim websites, queer websites etc?"

Not my thing, but don't let that stop you

11/21/2011 5:06:57 PM
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