Sunday, March 6, 2011

Hate is not limited to the Westboro Baptist Church (please leave all comments on this blog for everyone to see)

By: Richard T. Jones

Using a fake IP address, Kentucky Equality Federation received the threat below; we are not new to threats, even death threats. For some people, hate cannot be released.   

In Facebook, YouTube, and emails, our elected president, Jordan Palmer urged people to donate to HIV/AIDS Organizations in Kentucky from their official sites.

As for the Westboro Baptist Church, there is no greater justice than to donate to HIV/AIDS Organizations in Kentucky to spite an organization who shows children holding signs "Thank God for AIDS," "AIDS is God's Punishment," "Thank God for dead soldiers," "Pope is in Hell," and "God killed your children."  

I feel sad for our nation, we have lost our core beliefs. What values are we going to pass on to our children for generations to come?


A city ordinance? Really? That must have taken a lot of digging. The scripted YouTube message clearly stated for people to give their donations online in the interest of security. In addition, Kentucky Equality Federation will defend anyone who receives a citation.

At the end of the message the person said "Nice Try!"

To Bob, I leave this message:  
  • "My grandfather once told me that there are two kinds of people; those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was much less competition." - Indira Gandhi

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This person is clearly on the side of the illness promoted by hate groups, and ignorant thinking. I would advise this person to seek help for themselves so they can function as a normal individual in this society. I feel sorry for someone as unconnected to reality as this person.

Justin said...

Kentucky Equality Federation has a public relations dream and a hard fighter with Jordan Palmer. I noticed a comment Karen Conley left on Jordan's Facebook and I agree 110%:

Indeed. =/
You're stunning, genuine and articulate in that vid, Jordan. They have a public relations goldmine with you.You're stunning, genuine and articulate in that vid, Jordan. They have a public relations goldmine with you.