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God Commands You To Kill Gays

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posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 04:35 PM
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I only skimmed, saw the same ole' same ole'....

But, if someone already pointed this out, I apologize:

This Anderson nutjob is THE SAME IDIOT who made the big scene in Yuma, AZ, a few months back, over the Border Patrol Checkpoints!!!

He's as worthless as a ceiling fan in a hurricane.

AND, to counter what some have said about him being irrelevant, he is DANGEROUS....just like a ceiling fan that the hurricane grabs and sends shooting your way.

He is a sick [insert descriptive here] and should be watched closely. A Psych Eval should be in the offing, but that would "infringe" on his "rights"...like he cares about others'???

Anyway, he's dangerous, and just look at a youTube serach, for his name...he dominates there. Maybe YouTube should be notified??? Perhaps that's best?




posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by Shadowflux
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I didn't belittle your relationship with God, I was simply explaining how one might have an intimate understanding of God.

I see that your studies, expensive though they may be, have not helped you find that truth which brings you peace.

Perhaps you have been studying corrupted texts?


Well if you weren't trying to belittle it shadow, then what is with all the innuendo my "relationship" with God is in your view somehow incomplete or let me just say it without all the cryptic BS shall we. No shadow, I doubt YOURs is better than mine nor am I impressed with what it is you think you know so damn much better that you have to continue using innuendo as you did yet again in the post I'm responding to.

Now I am CONVINCED you were trying to belittle and that you just can't quit doing it. Does your relationship with God teach you that?

That must be why yours is better than mine eh? Oh and yeah, I do get defensive when I am being attacked and that is what you are doing else why do you insist following it with more veiled insults about my experience being either too expensive and not very indepth. Compared to what ? Yours?

ha ha I think I know someone who must belittle someone else to enhance his own when I see one and you proved my point



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 04:48 PM
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Someone should string this guy up by his danglies with piano wire.

I advocate the death penalty for religious whackjobs that think their faith gives them the right to commit murder. (Free speech, right?)

I don't really care if they're Islamist whackjobs or Christian whackjobs.

All the same filth to me.

And an embarrassment to the 99% decent folks that follow either religion.



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 04:52 PM
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Man, you're just like this pastor except you don't want to exterminate gays.



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by ratphour

In court the defendants used varying rationales to defend their actions. They attempted to use the "gay panic defense", arguing that they were driven to temporary insanity by alleged sexual advances by Shepard. At another point they stated that they had only wanted to rob Shepard and never intended to kill him.[3] The prosecutor in the case charged that McKinney and Henderson pretended to be gay in order to gain Shepard's trust to rob him.[11] During the trial, Chastity Pasley and Kristen Price (the respective girlfriends of McKinney and Henderson at the time of the event) testified under oath that Henderson and McKinney both plotted beforehand to rob a gay man. McKinney and Henderson then went to the Fireside Lounge and selected Shepard as their target. McKinney alleged that Shepard asked them for a ride home. After befriending him, they took him to a remote area of Laramie where they robbed him, beat him severely, and tied him to a fence with a rope from McKinney's truck while Shepard begged for his life. Media reports often contained the graphic account of the pistol whipping and his smashed skull. It was reported that Shepard was beaten so brutally that his face was covered in blood, except where it had been partially washed clean by his tears.[12][13] Both girlfriends also testified that neither McKinney nor Henderson was under the influence of drugs at the time.[14][15]


That doesn't look like Meth Addiction.. Actually it looks like a robbery and murder, they figured that Matthew Shepard being gay, would be an easy target.


Well that depends on where you get your information, gays insist it was because he was gay but ABC's 20/20 investigation of that murder reveals something of an agenda used on the bereft parents of Matthew in their own interest of using that tragedy to capitalize on their own interests making him the poster boy for why gays need a special class distinction" so that anyone calling them names is a hate crime.


Prosecutor Rerucha recalls that Shepard's friends also contacted his office. Rerucha told "20/20," "They were calling the County Attorney's office, they were calling the media and indicating Matthew Shepard is gay and we don't want the fact that he is gay to go unnoticed."

Helping fuel the gay hate crime theory were statements made to police and the media by Kristen Price, McKinney's girlfriend. (Price was charged with felony accessory after-the-fact to first-degree murder. She later pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor interference with police officers.)

Price now says that at the time of the crime she thought things would go easier for McKinney if his violence were seen as a panic reaction to an unwanted gay sexual advance.

But today, Price tells Vargas the initial statements she made were not true and tells Vargas that McKinney's motive was money and drugs. "I don't think it was a hate crime at all. I never did," she said.

Former Laramie Police Detective Ben Fritzen, one of the lead investigators in the case, also believed robbery was the primary motive. "Matthew Shepard's sexual preference or sexual orientation certainly wasn't the motive in the homicide," he said.

"If it wasn't Shepard, they would have found another easy target. What it came down to really is drugs and money and two punks that were out looking for it," Fritzen said.


Rerucha attributes McKinney's rage and his savage beating of Shepard to his drug abuse. "The methamphetamine just fueled to this point where there was no control. It was a horrible, horrible, horrible murder. It was a murder that was once again driven by drugs," Rerucha said.

Dr. Rick Rawson, a professor at UCLA who has studied the link between methamphetamine and violence, tells "20/20" the drug can trigger episodes of violent behavior.

"In the first weeks after you've stopped using it, the kinds of triggers that can set off an episode are completely unpredictable. It can be: you say a word with the wrong inflection, you touch someone on the shoulder. It's completely unpredictable as to what will set somebody off" Rawson said.

"If Aaron McKinney had not become involved with methamphetamine, Matthew Shepard would be alive today," Rerucha said
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Now did mat know his killers ?

yep and if you read on you'll see this had more to do with drugs and meth than it did anything else. The Gay community denies this but the cops and 20/20 don't have an axe to grind with Christians to insist it was hate motivated because he was gay.


Did Matthew Shepard Know His Killers?
Another widely held belief about the case is that McKinney and Shepard had never met before their fateful encounter at the Fireside Lounge. But a number of sources tell "20/20" the two were not strangers.

"Everybody knew Matt Shepard was a partier just like Aaron, just like the rest of us," said Bopp.

In fact, Bopp said he had seen Shepard and McKinney together at parties. "Aaron was selling [drugs] and him and Matt would go off to the side and they'd come back. And Matt would be doing some meth then," he said.

Though they frequented the same party scene, McKinney maintains he had never met Shepard before the night of the crime and wonders why people might say he had. "I've never met him. ... Maybe they seen us somewhere in the same spot or something. I don't know," McKinney said.

A bartender familiar with the local drug scene, who asked to be identified only as "Jean," says she was friendly with Shepard. She also says McKinney and Shepard knew each other.



[edit on 27-8-2009 by Stylez]



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 08:20 PM
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Originally posted by xmotex


I don't really care if they're Islamist whackjobs or Christian whackjobs.

All the same filth to me.

And an embarrassment to the 99% decent folks that follow either religion.



This is exactly my sentiment....



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 08:57 PM
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Originally posted by superheterodyne
I agree this guy is under the influence of hatred. God commands to kill nobody. However homosexuality is as he describes it and it is God's job to destroy these sinners not ours. Political correctness is invading like a disease and the fires of hell will be consuming all sinners so no need to be killing anybody. Just sit back and wait. He's coming back.


"God commands to kill nobody"? By that I assume you mean that god never commands us to kill anybody. What god? The biblical one? Here's what the biblical god says to moses (NIV):

Exodus21v1 "these are the laws you are to set before them:
v15 "Anyone who attacks his father or mother must be put to death
v16 "Anyone who kidnaps another and sells him or still has him when he is caught must be put to death
v17 "Anyone who curses his father or mother must be put to death
v23 " But if there is serious injury, you are to take life for life, 24ye for eye , tooth for tooth, hand for hand.....

Still think the biblical god doesn't command us to kill??

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[edit on 27/8/2009 by Inkrinhuminge]



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 09:00 PM
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That was the Old Testament, not the New Testament.



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 09:04 PM
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Here is one of the many contradictions that made me doubt anything and everything in the Bible. So is the Old Testament God a different being than the New Testament God, or did having a kid just mellow him out?



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 09:09 PM
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Originally posted by JaxonRoberts
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Here is one of the many contradictions that made me doubt anything and everything in the Bible. So is the Old Testament God a different being than the New Testament God, or did having a kid just mellow him out?


No, He's the same God. This explains the differences between the Old Testament and the New Testament.

www.gotquestions.org...



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 10:10 PM
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Regardless of which testament it is in, it is still part of the bible, and that is Bgod ((that's what I will call the bible god from now on I think)) speaking, so at SOME POINT in time, Bgod told people to kill other people.

Ok, new testament....
Anyway, according to Paul *cough* I mean Bgod, homosexuals won't inherit the kingdom of god, along with greedy people, drunks, thieves and swindlers (1COR6v9)



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 11:07 PM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker

This Anderson nutjob is THE SAME IDIOT who made the big scene in Yuma, AZ, a few months back, over the Border Patrol Checkpoints!!



I don't think it is the same guy.

But - YES! If you ever drive through Gila Bend - take it slow - and don't mess with the law enforcement there.



posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 11:11 PM
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That's funny, must be a different God.
I just spoke with Him/Them and He/They said no such thing.



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 04:10 AM
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Originally posted by Stylez

Originally posted by -NewSense-
I guess someone skipped the " Thou shall not kill" commandment in bible study. Sounds typical of religous fanatics. I'm not suprised in the least bit.


No someone skipped the class in the difference between killing someone and murdering someone

Now I think you don't even know what school you're in much less the class. So if I kill someone its not murder? And if I murder someone I'm not killing them? You fail. F-



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 08:23 AM
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Originally posted by -NewSense-

Originally posted by Stylez

Originally posted by -NewSense-
I guess someone skipped the " Thou shall not kill" commandment in bible study. Sounds typical of religous fanatics. I'm not suprised in the least bit.


No someone skipped the class in the difference between killing someone and murdering someone

Now I think you don't even know what school you're in much less the class. So if I kill someone its not murder? And if I murder someone I'm not killing them? You fail. F-


You're forgetting 'Religion'!
It's not murder if you're doing it in the name of God
It's murder if you do it without God's blessing, or you get caught by an unbeliever* and tried in a court of law!
Please don't apply logic to religion, it wont work

*unbeliever is everyone/anyone else who thinks differently to you. Also known as heretic, blasphemer, ungodly



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 08:24 AM
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his right to say what he wants is protected unless someone acts or is compelled to commit a crime due to his speech.

from wikipedia freedom of speech: en.wikipedia.org...



Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and by many state constitutions and state and federal laws. Criticism of the government and advocacy of unpopular ideas that people may find distasteful or against public policy, such as racism, are generally permitted. There are exceptions to the general protection of speech, however, including the Miller test for obscenity, child pornography laws, and regulation of commercial speech such as advertising. Other limitations on free speech often balance rights to free speech and other rights, such as property rights for authors and inventors (copyright), interests in "fair" political campaigns (Campaign finance laws), protection from imminent or potential violence against particular persons (restrictions on Hate speech or fighting words), or the use of untruths to harm others (slander). Distinctions are often made between speech and other acts which may have symbolic significance. Efforts have been made to ban flag desecration, for example, though currently that act remains protected speech.


-subfab



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 08:53 AM
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The only holy book in the world that clearly condemns homosexuality is Quran. True commands from Allah, the almighty creator of universe.

Thus, all other religions condone and endorse homosexuality.



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 09:33 AM
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Something I've said has certainly disquieted you, maybe because something I've said rings true. If you want to see it as me belittling you then I suppose I can't stop you, though, I fail to see what I would gain from it.

I was just pointing out that you, and others who believe as you do, who worship falsely, should not base opinions on misinformation.

To say that Satan did this or that is as ridiculous as saying my talking dog told me the lotto numbers.

However, you are allowed to believe as you wish and swear any false oaths that you may wish, as humans, it's not our place to judge God's creations.



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 09:33 AM
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Hey Annee (and everyone) it IS the same guy!

I still believe his grasp of reality, and his sanity, should be called into question.




posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 09:36 AM
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Hey there HH,
do you really care what some twisted old fruit says about gays???



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