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I fully support the decision of this Church. In spite of the media and popular opinion in major cities, a majority of us still believe that segregation is the best course of our Nation, and that it would benefit all races to reinstate it. And just because the Supreme Court ruled that it was somehow unconstitutional for States to ban mixed marriages in 1967 does not make it an acceptable practice of the Bible or of our Christian beliefs.

proudvet, Politix 18 Comments [8/12/2012 5:13:27 AM]
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Submitted By: CommonSense
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D Laurier

Ah Inbreeding... Producing three headed babies.

8/12/2012 6:19:40 AM

JeanP

"a majority of us", the KKK members.

The guys who have been lynched/denied opportunities/deprived of their rights and their descendants are surely rooting for Jim Crow reestablishment.

Segregation for Jesus,yay.

As for the rest, I can say that Leon Bazile (the judge who presided at the Lovings'trial; he held praticaly the same discurse that our friend here) and the 1950 Deep South would be proud of you and would like you to send back to them their racist ideas about social organisation.

RSTDT and FSTDT combined.

[edit] I want it in the top 100 before tomorrow because it's a true chef d'oeuvre of 1950s prejudice and fundism.

8/12/2012 6:51:18 AM

SpukiKitty

"...a majority of us still believe that segregation..."

Majority? Yeah, in Bizzaroworld!

8/12/2012 7:23:26 AM

Flah

If this is about the black couple who weren't allowed to marry in their own church... How in the fuck is that a mixed marriage? It's a black man marrying a black woman. Is there something that I'm missing here?

8/12/2012 8:28:36 AM

JeanP

@Flak

You expect a white supremacist to fully inform about what he speacks?

8/12/2012 9:15:31 AM

Doubting Thomas

So how far do you racists want to push segregation? Are we going to have to have separate restrooms for white, black, Asian, Latino, etc?

8/12/2012 9:56:44 AM

Micharion

Anyone mind saying what church they are talking about please the quote was rather vague.

8/12/2012 12:35:22 PM

Sergeant343

Mich
Here it is
http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=88775

8/12/2012 12:59:20 PM



Fun Fact: Jesus wasn't white. He was a damn Jew.

8/12/2012 2:57:19 PM

Skatepunk

I don't know who's more shameful: the people at the church who objected or the spineless pastor who caved in to their demands and held the wedding at a different church!

8/12/2012 4:00:53 PM

Ebon

Jesus was a long-haired Jewish peacenik.

8/12/2012 4:20:48 PM



Nobody cares about what he does or doesn't find acceptable in consenting adults.

8/12/2012 4:58:51 PM

Passerby

Actually I am starting to support segregation. If we make all the supremacists go to different schools and use different bathrooms and sit on the back of the bus we should all be much better off in the long run.

Of course the KKK and the BP won't like sharing but those are supremacist problems, not people problems. And if they start shanking eachother over territory and scraps because they go to shit schools and we only let them work shit jobs and keep them away from the rest of society then that just proves they are animals.

8/12/2012 9:17:57 PM

keppie

The church didn't make this decision. The wedding was properly planned and scheduled, and racist members of the church with informal power over the pastor forced it to be cancelled between the rehearsal and the wedding itself. The pastor actually performed the wedding for this couple at another church on the day it was planned.
I support churches being able to decide who may use their resources for a wedding there (for example, limiting to members only, those who go through the proper counseling that denomination requires, etc.). But this was a case of busy-body racists, noticing black people in a wedding rehearsal, conducting a power-play by threatening the pastor after a wedding had been properly arranged.

8/13/2012 11:44:46 AM

Ex-Racist

1950s, here I come!

8/14/2012 4:01:47 PM

Ex-Racist

Bet you'd be pissed if a "Muzzie" married one of your White women, huh? And you're speaking for your Christianity? Did you know Christianity descended from... wait for it... Judaism? All three religions are from the Middle East. Have fun being a hypocrite!

8/14/2012 4:02:58 PM

Pist

Yeah, a majority of us in proudvet county.

After all, there's mavet, pavet, grandpavet, grandmavet, unclevet, auntvet, other auntvet, fat auntvet, cousinvet, funny-eye vet, spanky vet, snappy vet, redvet, corvet, bigvet, littlevet, mediumvet, slimvet, met the vet, holly vet, the twins Vet 1 and Vet 2, and little vetty. All of the people in proudvet county support segragation, because we all believe in keeping the family pure!

8/16/2012 5:33:37 PM

NonProphet

He actually thinks the person who submitted his quote was helping him. And that the KKK is a charitable, helpful organization instead of a hate-based terrorist group.

Hell, he even claims that the KKK doesn't put burning crosses in people's yards to intimidate them; rather, it's done by the victims themselves. I guess he thinks they lynch themselves, too.

8/21/2012 2:14:47 AM
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