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What if adults had tantrums like toddlers?


Pink News reports…

“An anti-gay hate preacher had a bizarre meltdown during a sermon this week – jumping on his pulpit after his online fundraising pages were closed down.

Pastor Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Phoenix is one of America’s most homophobic pastors.

In a previous sermon he directly called for the execution of gay people by stoning, claiming: “If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death. Their blood shall be upon them. That, my friends, is the cure for AIDS. It was right there in the Bible all along.”

However, what with being an death-to-gays extremist who mocked the Orlando massacre, it turns out poor Steven is having a hard time spreading his hate online… as a number of online companies have refused to let him use their services to spread his message of homophobic violence.

In an epic rant, he told his congregation: “There is a full-on war going on! A bunch of filthy sodomite perverts – if you don’t like it get out of here – are at war with us!

“It’s war!

“You know what the filthy sodomites have done toward our church and us, and our friends and our fellow pastors that actually have the guts to say what needs to be said?

“Here’s what they’ve done in the last few weeks

“They got our PayPal account shut down so that we can’t take anymore online donations. We set up with another company, GivLet, they got that shut down. Qgiv, they got that shut down. BitPay, they got that shut down. They shut down our iTunes podcast.” 

Referring to two other pastors who openly celebrated the massacre in Orlando, he said: “They shut down Brother Jimenez’s PayPal account. They shut down Brother Romero’s PayPal account… The landlord of Pastor Jimenez is saying, ‘hey we’re not going to renew your lease’… these people are dedicated!

“They are finding out who we do business with, they are trying to get us shut down on all fronts.”

At one point during the preacher’s tantrum he leaps onto the pulpit, screaming at his congregation: “I’m sick of people not backing me up on this. Get out of here!”

He continues: “I don’t want to hang around with a bunch of fag hags, and a bunch of queer-bates, and a bunch of effeminates. Get out!

“No one, in a million years, would have thought, when I was a child, that our country would ever accept this stuff amongst Christians. You are insane. You think I’m preaching too hard?” 

“And if you ever say the word ‘LGBT community’ to me, you might as well just walk up to me and just say… ‘You know what? I’m a brainwashed idiot. I don’t read the Bible. I don’t love God. I’m just a brainwashed fool that has my mind filled with TV, Hollywood, and can’t think for myself’.

“LGBT? They’re sodomites. They’re dogs. That’s what the Bible calls them: Dogs. DOGS!”



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The ABC reported in June 2015…

“Newcastle blogger John Christopher Sunol has been taken to task in the courts for vilifying homosexuals.

Sydney gay activist Gary Burns took Sunol to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal over comments posted on his blog in March last year.

The comments endorsed another person’s comments in relation to same sex marriage.

The comments included one which read, “Gay marriage equality makes it even more easier for paedophiles to gain access to their child victims”.

Another read, “Gay marriage is child abuse”.

Another comment said, “Rape little boys, this is same sex marriage.

“If you want this, sit back in your armchair and let the homosexual lobby push for same sex marriage,” it said.

“This is the end results of same sex marriage.

“Sit back and enjoy yourself whilst this goes on.”

The Tribunal found the comments were unlawful.

It issued a restraining order, preventing Sunol from publishing the material on any website.”



Joel Osteen heckled – updated*


The Houston Chronicle reports…

“Even with Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church – the largest protestant congregation in the country – testifying against them, four men from a small church were found not guilty of creating a disturbance last year when they repeatedly tried to shout Osteen down during a Sunday service.

“God is on our side,” said one of the men, 27-year-old Kevin Fessler, after the verdict. “We praise God.”

Fessler along with Mark DeRouville, 26; Matthew Martinez, 28; and Randall Valdez, 29, were acquitted by a jury after a two-day trial on charges of criminal trespass and creating a disturbance.

Two other men, Jacob Gardner, 27, and Richard Trudeau, 32, have yet to be tried in the case.

All of the men have admitted they stood up, one by one, and shouted that Osteen is a “false prophet” and that members of Lakewood would be damned if they followed him.

In court Wednesday, Osteen said the men would not have left if they hadn’t been taken out by security.

“I think they were passionate about what they believe,” Osteen testified in the trial of four of the men in Harris County court. “And they weren’t going anywhere.”

But jurors apparently believed the arguments of defense attorneys Brad Loper and Jon Stephenson who said the men were simply trying to get their message out and left when they were asked to leave.

“Let’s not criminalize speech,” Loper said in closings.

Prosecutor Chelsi Honeycutt left court without commenting, as did the jury.

All of the men, who are members of a small church in the East Texas town of Wells, were arrested on June 28 after shouting at Osteen from the audience.

During an hour of testimony, Osteen carefully chose his words, sounding more like a forgiving man of faith than an angry business owner.

“Not everyone agrees with us,” he said. “Not everyone interprets the scriptures the same way.”

Security was especially tight for Osteen’s appearance, including several tactical officers from the county’s Emergency Response Team and additional sheriff’s deputies, but County Court-at-Law Judge Bill Harmon allowed the pastor to come in and leave through the back door and wait in the judge’s chambers, according to testimony.

After Osteen’s testimony, lawyers for the four men successfully persuaded Harmon to dismiss the trespassing charge against three of the men. Prosecutors dropped the charge for the fourth man, meaning all four faced only a misdemeanor of disturbing a public meeting. If convicted, the maximum sentence was six months in jail.

In addition to widespread media attention, the trial also brought out people from Wells who hoped to see the men convicted.

“I wanted to see them in handcuffs,” said Patty Grove, a resident of Wells who disagrees with the teachings of the Church of Wells. “I wanted to see them wearing orange.”




Too much Forex for pastor – updated*

Times Live reports…

“Cape Town millionaire pastor Colin Davids swapped the pulpit for the dock yesterday to answer to fraud charges for allegedly duping close to 2000 people into investing in a pyramid scheme.

The Asset Forfeiture Unit seized the flamboyant clergyman’s assets, worth R138-million, in July last year.

Davids, who founded the New Direction Grace Church in Parow, allegedly spent investors’ money on upmarket homes and cars for his wife and, according to the authorities, splurged at Woolworths, Checkers and Pick n Pay.

Among his seized assets were homes in Plattekloof and Hermanus, several bank accounts and seven cars, including three BMWs, two Jaguars, a Range Rover and a Volvo.

He asked the Cape Town High Court to grant him access to R290,000 of his funds to cover his legal fees and monthly household expenses.

The court refused and said that he was yet to explain how R500-million disappeared from his company’s account, as claimed by the unit.

The Hawks arrested him yesterday following a four-year investigation and he appeared in the Bellville Magistrate’s Court.

According to authorities, Davids, a sole member of Platinum Forex, allegedly lured unsuspecting victims with promises of as much as an 84% return on their foreign-exchange investments. He is alleged to have collected more than R100-million.

He used his Facebook account to post long religious speeches and claimed he studied Hebrew at the University of Jerusalem.

One of his favourite quotes was: “Don’t wait for things to happen – make it happen.”

Davids was released on R100000 bail and the matter was postponed to January 18 for further investigation.”


Paypal cuts cash to gay hate churches


Lance (Group Sects) writes…

Payment services companies including PayPal have cancelled accounts operated by Christian preachers who praised the Orlando gay nightclub shooter.

During a sermon after the Pulse nightclub shootings, Pastor Roger Jimenez told his congregation at Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento, California,  “I’m kind of upset that he didn’t finish the job.”

“I wish the government would round them all up, put them up against a firing wall, put a firing squad in front of them, and blow their brains out,” Mr. Jimenez preached.

Pastor Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona said the killings were  “good news” and “there’s fifty less pedophiles in this world.”

Both pastors describe each other as good friends.

Mr. Anderson has revealed both he and Mr. Jimenez have now had their accounts suspended by PayPal.

“So then we switched to another company called Givlet. They shut that account down. We switched to Qgiv. They shut that account down. They also shut down our BitPay account which is where we were able to receive Bitcoins,” Mr. Anderson said in a video message.

He has told supporters they should mail a cheque directly to his church address while they find a company which will allow them to do their “great work for God”.

“The only way to stop me would be to kill me and even that wouldn’t stop me.  Killing me would only make me even that much more popular, because my videos and sermons and audio would just live on and take on a whole new life of their own,” Mr. Anderson said.

PayPal’s Acceptable Use Policy states its service may not be used for the ‘promotion of hate’.

Pastor wants gays’ brains blown out – updated*


CBS Sacramento reports…

“The pastor who praised the murder of 49 people inside an Orlando gay nightclub is being asked to move his church.

Verity Baptist Church Pastor Roger Jimenez’s controversial sermon was uploaded to YouTube where he faced backlash after declaring Orlando a safer place after the murders.

The owner of the business park that houses the church released a statement asking church officials to consider leaving before the church’s lease is up in March of 2017.

Harsch Investment Properties says it respects Jimenez’s right to free speech even if it disagrees with his views, and offered to cancel the church’s lease without penalty.

“We have many places of worship and other religious organizations in the properties we manage like all of our tenants their occupancy rights are protected in their leases but we will not tolerate tenants who advocate hatred and the taking of innocent lives,” the company said in a prepared statement.

Roger Jimenez has said he has no regrets about what he said in his June 12 sermon.

The company says it supports the LGBT community and many other organizations and says it will continue to work with the church to move out of the park.

“They’re trying to distance themselves and make people know that as the owners of the building they don’t support with this person has said,” said attorney Jeff Kravitz.”


Pastor believes Orlando shooter was God’s wrath


WSMV reports…

“Controversy has begun in Johnson City, Tenn. after a pastor at a Pentecostal church put a controversial message on the sign outside his church building.

“God’s wrath may be getting started to fall on the gays,” reads the sign. 

The pastor, Jesse Price, says there’s nothing wrong with the message. “The only thing I’m saying is that God’s going to pour his wrath out one of these days and maybe it’s starting now with that man down in Florida,” says Price.

The sign was making reference to the recent mass shooting in Orlando, Fl. which targeted the LGBT community.

Price says the signs letters have recently been torn down, but he says he plans to replace them.”

Vandals attack church sign


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports…

“Don Flint says his church’s sign — “Satan made gays & transgender” it said, in part — wasn’t meant to “preach hate.”

But the minister has no doubt the message, and the recent media attention it garnered, are why neighbors found the marquee covered in black paint Monday morning.

“As a minister, you’re going to live by the Bible,” Flint told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “And despite what happens outside of the Bible, you can’t change your point of view. … It wasn’t intended for any particular person, it was just letting people know that this is what I believe according to the Bible.”

Gwinnett County police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera said officers were called to the Back to the Bible Holiness Church, located at 690 New Street in Buford, after the paint was spotted Monday. 

“God created man & woman,” the obscured sign had read in all caps. “Satan made gays & transgender.” The sign also referenced the Bible and Genesis 5:2 — “He created them male and female and blessed them,” that verse says, in part.

Church representatitives told police they had “not received any complaints about the message prior to the damage,” and Flint said the sign had been up for about three weeks — well before the shooting that left 49 people dead at a gay dance club in Orlando, FloridaThe sign’s controversial message, however, was the topic of a local TV news story on Sunday.

The vandalism is believed to have occurred sometime between 6 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. Monday. Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Gwinnett police at 770-513-5300 or CrimeStoppers at 404-577-TIPS.

Flint said churchmembers were busy Monday afternoon “trying to figure out an approach to clean [the sign] without further damaging it.”




Pastor prays for deaths of Orlando massacre survivors


Pastor Donnie Romero

Stedfast Baptist Church

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

Wednesday 15/6/16

“I do want to address something that’s been going on and it is Pastor Roger Jimenez who is a friend of ours, he’s a friend of mine, and he’s a very godly man.

And he preached a sermon about this shooting in Orlando where 50 sodomites supposedly were killed by another, I think I heard he was a sodomite himself, and whether he was or he wasn’t, they say he was a Muslim.

And he preached a sermon, saying in the sermon that he was glad and happy that the 50 sodomites were dead.

And I just want to say, first of all for our church and for anybody else listening, I agree 100 per cent with Pastor Roger Jimenez (congregation:”Amen”)

These 50 sodomites are all perverts and pedophiles and they are the scum of the Earth.

And the Earth is a little bit better place, and I’m going to take it a step further, because I heard on the news today that there are still several dozen of these queers in ICU, in intensive care.

And I will pray to God like I did this morning and I’ll do it tonight, I’ll pray that God will finish the job that that man started.

And he will end their life and by tomorrow morning they will all be burning in Hell just like the rest of them so they don’t get any more opportunities to go out and to hurt little children….”