Westboro Baptist Church to protest Newtown funerals; Anonymous declares war

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by moarxenu, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. grebe Member

    I believe they've used "memorial service" and "Sunday service" to limit protest activities before.
  2. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Yeh, you figure it rightly I suppose, but, supplying tickets to Siberia is within my comprehension, let the crazy fucks rant there imho, fight it out with polar bears, tigers, and kittens,~ creatures of the universe that deserve such toys.
  3. Ogsonofgroo Member

    On what I replied to it was.
  4. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Yeh, I remember the sunday 'service' one, pretty funny considering it was the same bunch of sillies that were there all day long.
    Actually, the 'sunday service' thingy is quite funny, read some of the stories from those who were 'in' regarding those farcical proceedings, bloody hilarious, in a sad, sad way.. :(
  5. Ogsonofgroo Member

    And yes, I fucking forgot how to edit and add shit to my own posts.

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  6. Anonymous Member

    This is why the IRS needs to take a close look at their finances. They say they have no donations. T/F is for IRS to determine.
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  7. The Wrong Guy Member

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  8. The Wrong Guy Member

    Cosmo Strikes Again, Taking Over Another Westboro Twitter Account |

    It feels a little bit like hacker Groundhog Day. After hijacking a Westboro Baptist Church leader’s Twitter account on Monday, Wired has confirmed that the 15-year-old hacker known as Cosmo the God took over another account belonging to one of the of the same church members on Wednesday, using much the same method.

    A source with direct knowledge of the attack who spoke on condition of anonymity confirmed to Wired that Cosmo had in fact taken possession of Fred Phelps Jr.’s Twitter account. Phelps Jr. is the son of church leader Fred Phelps Sr. Cosmo took over the @WBCFredJR Twitter account via Phelps’ Hotmail account, which he gained entry to by forwarding the password-reset phone number on the Hotmail account to the phone number he controlled, according to Wired’s source.

    Previously, Cosmo had control of church spokesperson and attorney Shirley Lynn Phelps-Roper’s @DearShirley Twitter account for about 24 hours before the account was suspended. During that time, Wired’s source also claims that Cosmo remotely recorded gay porn to her DVR, before canceling her internet service. :D

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  9. Anonymous Member

    Their agenda is homophobia. They protest at funerals celebrating the deaths because God is offended at homosexual marriage and is killing people.
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  10. grebe Member

    He was arrested in June. So... is this real life?
  11. Ogsonofgroo Member

    If even remotely true........Bwahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahhaaaaaaa annd ha! Tho You know we at wwp don't/can't condone such actions, funny as fuck (ya know, the worst fuck you ever had, that made ya laugh years later, the ewwwwwwwwe factor), at least that funny.

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  12. And lo, as shepherds watched their flocks by night, it came to pass that a band of the unrighteous worshippers of Moloch journeyed to the East, riding upon an ass.

    And the ass spake unto the righteous, with false prophecies against the sons and daughters of the faithful, and bearing signs that were hideous to their sight.

    And the righteous, with the voice of >9000 dryers of hair, answered with a mighty 'No U'.

    And they smote the ass, yea the ass was kicked, and their signs were turned to pillars of ash.

    And a star rose in the East, as the false prophets turned to the West, their ass smitten.
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  13. none given Member

    Thanks for sharing.
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  14. Anonymous Member

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  15. Worm_wood Member

    I find it as distasteful as you do, but we have to do this the right way. Spread the word in anyway you can. I'll be printing out some flyers to leave everywhere.
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  17. The Wrong Guy Member

    Hackers' Westboro Baptist Church Blitz Continues: UG Nazi, Jester, Anonymous Take Down Twitter Accounts, Sites

    By Dominique Mosbergen - The Huffington Post

    ...On Wednesday evening, they set their sights on the Twitter account of Fred Phelps Jr., son of the church's vitriolic leader, Fred Phelps.

    According to Wired, Cosmo and UG Nazi took over @WBCFredJR "via Phelps’ Hotmail account, which he gained entry to by forwarding the password-reset phone number on the Hotmail account to the phone number he controlled." The account was suspended some time after that; it was still unavailable on Thursday afternoon.


    This recent wave of "hacktivism" against WBC followed in the wake of vows made by the group to picket vigils and funerals planned for the victims of last Friday's Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. The hacker backlash began in full force earlier this week, when prominent hacktivist group Anonymous promised retribution and later published a list of personal information about WBC members. Anonymous also took credit for knocking a WBC website offline temporarily and for participating in the defacing of Shirley Phelps-Roper's Twitter. On Wednesday, a presumed member of Anonymous called in to the David Packman Show and vowed that Anonymous has more in store for WBC.

    Like Anonymous, the UG Nazi team has said that they launched the hack offensive against WBC in retaliation for the group's threats against the Newtown community.

    If "Cosmo the God" has indeed forced his way into the Twitter accounts of WBC members, the 15-year-old hacker may have put a lot on the line. Cosmo and UG Nazi were responsible for taking down the NASDAQ website,, and, among other well-publicized cyberattacks in 2012. After his arrest in June, Cosmo was effectively banned from the Internet until he turns 21. He may have violated his probation if it's actually him participating in the attacks on the WBC, Gizmodo points out.

    According to InformationWeek, a number of websites operated by WBC have also been downed this week this week, apparently the work of another high-profile hacker who goes by the moniker "The Jester," who in the past has launched attacks of his own against Anonymous, Wikileaks, 4chan and the Westboro Baptist Church.

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  19. ^I love this so much, The Wrong Guy!

    This is why I can't waste too much revulsion on the WBC - because they actually help put into stark focus the utterly hateful attitudes of the Religious Right, wrapped up as they are in less outrageous, more palatable language. In reality, they are no different from the WBC - just ignorant bigots stirring up hatred against minorities where they believe it is safe to do so.
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  20. muldrake Member

    Fred Phelps and his merry band of loons have indeed almost single-handedly made homophobia look as stupid as it is. They effectively parody hate. Even more "respectable" hatemongers have to soften their nasty message to avoid looking like the Phelps clan.
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  21. Ogsonofgroo Member

    I haz nothing to add but laughterings~ Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Nice catch WG!

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  23. AnonModz Member

    While I agree with peaceful protesting, I also think that for anything to change - action must take place. Otherwise things remain the same.

    The WBC deserves everything that happens to their people (mainly their family of craziness). So if one day they suddenly wake up with their homes on fire I will be there holding a pikket that says, "God did this to you. Stay Inside and let God do his work".

    That will be peaceful protesting, me standing there watching them burn. lol. It won't be a very long protest. At the same time, these bastards don't deserve all the attention they are getting, and why would they want moar? They just look moar and moar stupid as they are seen, so why bother?
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  24. rickybobby Member

    It warms my little heart right up to see so many different people come together against these ugly human beings. Makes me believe again (oh, but just for a moment) in the innate goodness of the human spirit.
  25. Anonymous Member

    It's like you're trying to find a socially acceptable way to express your murderous impulses. You know that setting the Phelps' homes on fire is bad. But maybe saying, "Stay inside and burn to death," is okay?

    Dude, just don't try so hard. Say, "Let them DIAF." Same idea but less creepy seeming. When you look like you're putting a lot of thought into something scary, like killing, it comes off as creepy.
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Long live the Phelps clan. They are champions of the First Amendment and have done more to forward civil rights for homosexuals than many might care to admit.
  27. AnonModz Member

    I wasn't asking acceptance from anyone, I was simply expressing my own personal feelings towards what they are doing as a whole and how much they would be missed by me, and many others. I personally am not condoning murderous crimes just to make that clear, but if there house were to catch fire I would not be picking up a hose to help them.

    My bad for putting it in to those words, should have put moar thought in to it. But just for clarification so that u are on the same page as me, I wouldn't hurt a fly by any physical means. :)
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  28. Anonymous Member

    not sure if trolling or just a stupid cunt.jpg
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  29. You can say that again.
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  30. Anonymous Member

    I am a stupid cunt. Still what I said is truefax.
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  32. The Wrong Guy Member

    North Carolina Funeral Protest Bill Targeting Westboro Baptist Church Passes State Senate

    By Mollie Reilly

    A measure aimed at preventing groups like Westboro Baptist Church from protesting at funerals advanced in the North Carolina state legislature Wednesday and is headed for Gov. Pat McCrory's (R) desk to be signed into law.

    The "Respect Our Fallen Heroes" bill, which expands on a 2006 law limiting when and where picketers can demonstrate at funerals, would require groups like Westboro to vacate the funeral area for at least two hours before and after a ceremony, and to stay at least 500 feet away during the funeral. The measure would also enforce stricter punishments for those who break the law.

    The North Carolina state Senate unanimously passed the bill on Wednesday, two weeks after the state House voted 118-0 to advance the measure. According to WRAL, McCrory's staff said Wednesday that the governor supports the bill.

    "It's always very, very difficult for the families of the deceased soldier to deal with that reality and to get through, to be able to mourn their loved one who's no longer with us," state Rep. John Szoka, the bill's lead sponsor, said earlier this month. "And these groups who like to interject themselves into that process, to make some political statement - that's just abhorrent to me. I think families should be left alone to get through the process of honoring the fallen soldier."

    The Topeka-based Westboro Baptist Church is infamous for its anti-gay protests at funerals and other events across the country. The group frequently targets military funerals, claiming that American deaths in combat are God's punishment for the United States' tolerance of homosexuality. But as the group's notoriety has expanded, so have the legal efforts aimed at curbing its controversial protests.

    Last August, President Obama signed the Honoring America's Veterans Act into law. The legislation put tougher restrictions on protests at military funerals, countering a 2011 Supreme Court ruling that found that Westboro's efforts were protected by the First Amendment.

    And last week, a measure similar to the one passed in North Carolina advanced in the Florida legislature. Lawmakers expect the bill to pass both chambers.

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  33. The Wrong Guy Member

    Westboro Baptist Church Get Really Pissed Off by Brick Stone

    Brick finally catches up with the WBC in Malibu.

    The Westboro Baptist Church, known for protesting the funerals of children and soldiers with signs reading "God Hates Fags" and "Jews Killed Jesus" went to the Malibu Presbyterian Church and Our Lady of Malibu Catholic Church the morning of February 24, 2013, and Brick Stone (comic Dave Sirus) was there to ruin their day.

    Reporter Destroys the Westboro Baptist Church in Malibu | Towleroad
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  34. rickybobby Member

    Okay, so I am of two minds on this. My first reaction is that these assholes SHOULD be legislated out of existence, but my next thought is about free speech.... OMG HEAD EXPLODING
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  35. Anonymous Member

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  36. Random guy Member

    This is good troll-trolling right there!
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  37. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Thank you so much for this laughter, Brick is fucking AWESOME! Trolling at its finest, I wish ol David Miscavige gets one of these!

    WBC, well, pretty sure God, should he/she/it exist, is rolling his eyes and laughing too, and firing up a very special deep-fryer.

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  38. Anonymous Member

    The way I read this, it's not stopping them from protesting, just where and when they can protest. But I'm not American, so I think they should just shut up all together.
  39. DeathHamster Member

    So wrong in so many many ways. I like it!
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