Fred Phelps, RIP

Fred Phelps has died. The gays are dancing in the streets. Besides being religiously conservative he was a racial liberal, a civil rights attorney honored by the NAACP for his assistance to black clients. That’s considered very weird today, but until recently white liberals were repelled by sexual perversion and most black people still are.

Phelps had good reason to hate gays, as I wrote in my religion blog awhile back. Gays, supported by the good liberals of Topeka were unwilling to take action against child sexual abuse occurring openly in public. Let’s not kid ourselves. A great many gays, maybe a majority deep down, don’t make the same distinctions about children and adults that are a crucial basis for some kind of functional sexual morality. Whatever adults may do, kids are off-limits, that’s a sort of truce between formal morality and libertinism. But simply trying to enforce this Phelps got rebuked.

Not wanting your grandchildren to be solicited in a public park by homosexuals does not make you an evil homophobe. Or actually, yes it does. It wasn’t that homosexuals wouldn’t recognize this boundary, it was that the entire legal, political and religious establishment of Topeka, Kansas wouldn’t recognize it. And this was over twenty years ago, before the last two decades of gay propaganda.

Gays are very powerful, and probably have been for a long time. They help each other and probably once formed a very strong secret network, which is now pretty much public. You would think perverts hanging out in park restrooms looking for sex with children would be hobos, bums or lowlife freaks, but that may have been a hobby of a few respectable businessmen and ministers…… If our country is controlled by these people, we can’t much help it. But the fact no church in Topeka- in 1991- was willing to stand up to these people, no matter how futilely, shows that Phelps was probably right. America is doomed. Fighting for America is fighting for pederasty, on some level.

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I like fast cars, fast women and southern-fried rock. I have an ongoing beef with George Orwell. I take my name from a character in Plato's "Republic" who was exasperated with the kind of turgid BS that passed for deep thought and political discourse in that time and place, just as I am today. The character, whose name means "fierce fighter" was based on a real person but nobody knows for sure what his actual political beliefs were. I take my pseudonym from a character in an Adam Sandler song who was a obnoxious jerk who pissed off everybody.
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10 Responses to Fred Phelps, RIP

  1. Ryu says:

    Exactly, Thrashy. Murka is dead. If they wouldn’t fight in 91, it’s all over. 25 years of even worse degradation.

    I admire the Greensboro hate church. Those soldiers are protecting the gays, feminists and minos. They are “mercs for Murka.”

  2. Hizzle says:

    Steve Sailer recently took the position that Phelps was false-flagging for liberals, in order to make opposition to homosexuality look foolish. Sailer used Phelps’ prior activity in civil rights as proof of his alignment with the Left, but I think your take is closer to the truth.

    You do, however, make one error, I believe, when you say, “…our country is controlled by these people.” You yourself know it is being controlled “for” not “by” them. Gays are allies, but are not in the driver’s seat, and probably never will be.

    Tangentially, I was reading an essay by someone associated with the Oscar darling “Twelve Years a Slave,” and he talked about how MLK “wrested rights away from the white establishment” on behalf of black America. Nothing was “wrested.” The white people in New England (same ones pulling strings for gays) decided to pull the rug out from their white opposition in the South, and they used Negroes the way they had since Reconstruction, as a weapon.

    I guess it’s time for the gay carpet-baggers to begin their march to the sea.

    • Anti-racism and opposition to homosexuality aren’t mutually exclusive.

      • Hizzle says:

        They weren’t historically, if we’re talking about the time in which Phelps was involved in the movement. But “anti-racism and opposition to homosexuality” are mutually exclusive, if we’re talking about say, the era of Tim Wise, which happens to be the time and place in which we live.

  3. Matthew says:

    Who lobbied when for a celibate priesthood? That’s how old this is.

  4. Dan says:

    At the end of the day, gays are still rooting around in other peoples’ poo poo, right? I’m not an expert on these things, but the whole frolicking-in-feces thing hasn’t changed, has it? With World War G at hand, it is clarifying to remember that the heart of the left up to and including our president is warm, mushy and brown.

  5. B Baker says:

    While your phelps writings are well written, and I agree with parts, there is just no way my heart could hold any mercy for him or his wretched family of freaks.
    That filthy family went to the funerals of many decorated Hero’s including a Medal of Honor recieptent who died saving his Brother SEAL’s by covering a grenade with his body. phelps may he rot, used the valor and honor of Veterans who had nothing to do with the gay issue to pimp his agenda!

    I was seriously injured in 2005 in Iraq. I receive %100 VA Disability due to multiple medical issues that resulted from my honorable service in America’s Navy. I have to take 9 different medications and have severe limitations in every aspect of my life due to my wartime injuries. phelps and his disgusting family had nothing but hate for me and my Brothers who served. They are not worthy of shining my boots. They attack those like myself and worse yet they attack the innocent families of the military.

    So regardless of whatever beef the phelps had about gays, they crossed a line that is not to be crossed. So now I wish nothing but ill for that family. I drank a beer in celebration of fred’s death.
    I am honestly sorry if anyone here is offended. Please understand how those people deeply hurt we who serve.

    Good article, and I learned more than I knew about them before. My feelings about them though will never change though. For they have crossed a line.

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