Now that the Supreme Court has ruled (some will say a victory for the 1st Amendment), what can we do to silence this hateful church?


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The people to protest are the judges that made the ruling I would say. we don't have justice with the system is corrupt no matter what we do unless the system is changed to one that represents working people and the poor as well as it does the well connected and wealthy.
I have no intention of silencing them. The are the Christian Al Qaeda and they actually do a great service to our cause. You are free to dislike them, but not to silence them.
......I suppose you're right, Apple!  How can I "dislike" them with vehemence?!
I love some of the counter-protests that people stage. They don't even have to be BIG protests--a few people with clever signs show up, get photos snapped, and make them look like fools. Most people are not as extreme as WBC, so as long as they continue to be undermined at every turn, I don't worry *too much* about them gaining a foothold.
CAREFUL!! If you prevent them from being able to be heard or seen at all, you could end up on the wrong end of one of Fred Phelp's famous lawsuit cases! The man has a history of education in law, and it's not a good idea to mess with him there.
Agreed! Christianity is slowly self-destructing because of fundies and radicals that cannot be divorced from christian docrine without tearing the church's foundation to shreds.
I'm all for that!


They make me sick, too....which is why I counter-protest with them when I can.

While it is true that they will not go away no matter what opposition they recieve, I think they are a valuable tool to the Atheist community.  They an opportunity to spotlight what religion is and who it is that stands on the side of God.  They are a lightning bolt for publicity.  I think we can go one step further than making them look ridiculous, and that would be to make ALL religion look ridiculous.

I don't think we need to slience them at all, but instead deprive them of all sorts of attention(including this) that they thrive on and can't do without. Then their family, which the church consists mostly of, would collapse on itself from inner conflicts and cease to exist.


I was watching videos of WBC on youtube and people in the comments were asking for them to be killed because they defamed christianity and completely overlooked the element of irony there. Their spokeswoman Shirly Phelps' been interviewed by Fox news only to be yelled at for showing Christianity for its true colors, and Fox anchors basically shouting that their interpretation of the bible is the right one not hers.


And I just hope they won't wind up like David Koresh the proclaimed massiah of the Branch Davidian sect who was allegedly accused of molesting children of his own in the compound he resided in Texas, which he and the children among other members were found dead in after the FBI put them on fire.


This is the best yet interview I've seen of Shirley Phelps who claims that a hacktivist group called Anonymous is involved in blocking and putting down their websites, they disclaim that but then put a message up on the churchs' website during the interview after she tells him that he's probably going to hell. 

I've heard of Anonymous and support them.  

I think that we are going to have to live with the court's decision to allow this group.

It's just that it seems "WRONG" to me that this is allowable. Inhuman.

Anonymous is a self-given title by the hacktivist group (activist hackers). Online hacking into other servers and computers is genuinely illegal(except when it's done by the gov't, maybe) so all hackers must remain anonymous in that sense.


This particular group did an astounding job backing Wikileaks from networks that tried to put their server down, so I'm absolutely in favour of their work.

Easy. 1) Dig up some dirt on these douche-bags 2) Picket them wherever they are 3) Let nature take its course...


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