Christiano-Fascists: N.O. is new Soddom and Gamorrah

Thursday, September 08, 2005 at 01:59 PM

A confrontation this morning between an East Texas church and a New Orleans evacuee centered around a sign out in front of Woodland Hills Baptist Church on Old Jacksonville Road in Tyler, Texas:

The sign reads:

It seems Kelly Jackman, a New Orleans evacuee, stopped by the church to talk to the "good Christian pastor" who put the sign up, Mr. Wiley Bennett.

Bennett says "The point of the sign is New Orleans, Las Vegas, San Francisco, and New York City are some of the most wicked cities in America.", WatchingTheWatchers has learned.

It was only a matter of time before these fundamentalist, christianiban terrorists started glorifying the death and destruction of the single worst natural disaster in the history of our nation. They revel in the death of anyone they think is not like them.

I wonder if the destruction of all of the churches in New Orleans, all of the deaths of ministers, doctors, and god-fearing folk was all pre-ordained by their mythical man in the clouds. It is an abhorrent and disgusting cross-section of the fr-right religious fundamentalists who have all but turned this nation into a Christian Theocracy.

There is no respect, no sympathy, no compassion in these people. There is nothing Christian about them, except for the fact that they pray. Hypocrisy runs rampant through the halls of Christianity today, when Pat Robertson calls for the death of a national leader and a pastor says it was God's work that New Orleans was destroyed.

Is it an inability to cope with natural disasters that sets these people off, or is it just that ther is more anti-christian hate in their hearts than any one society should have to endure?

They're worse than the taliban, because we are a secular state by law, and our 'preznit' is one of them, a theocratic ruler who does not seem to understand the basic tenets of Christianity or any other religion except the religion of the holy dollar.