Westboro Baptist Church Ending Their Campaign Of Hate

Westboro Baptist Church ending it's hate and picketing

Westboro Baptist Church seen here in this picture along with counter-protesters.

Topeka, KS — The Westboro Baptist Church held a press conference this morning to announce that it has decided to end thier campaign of hate which has lasted more than 22 years. Fred Phelps, who heads up the organization, told reporters how they had come to this decision. “Yesterday I learned of the sad news that my wife of 47 years had intercourse with another man before we were married. According to the bible, she should be put to death. I decided that I cannot do that, not only because it would be illegal, but because I love her.” Phelps continued, “I think some things in the bible worked back then but they do not hold water today. So with that being said, we are officially ending our message of hate along with ceasing the picketing of any groups such as gays and Jews as of today.”

“I think it is great what the WBC is finally doing. They recognized the error of their ways and they are doing something about it,” said 34-year-old gay rights activist Paul Horner from Topeka. “They were picking and choosing what to preach from the bible. Either preach it all, or preach none of it, but don’t use the bible as a scapegoat to hate a certain group of people.” Horner continued, “I have friends that don’t care for gay people, but they would never say they don’t like them because of the bible, because that is just ridiculous. If you don’t like something, do it for your own personal reasons, don’t use the bible as an excuse.”

Phelps went on to tell reporters the future plans of his church. “In the next week we will be shutting down all of our ‘hate’ websites such as GodHatesFags.com and GodHatesAmerica.com. We will continue holding church service, where everyone will now be welcome,” Phelps said. “We will also be hosting new charitable events such as gay Bingo night, gay toy drives and kosher food drives just to name a few.”

The press conference ended with Phelps answering a reporter’s question concerning all the people that they have wronged over the years. “Jesus only spoke of love and compassion. What we were doing was the exact opposite. I just hope and pray that everyone can forgive us for our many years of wrongdoing.”

The Westboro Baptist Church began leading anti-gay protests in 1991. They received nationwide attention when Phelps and his followers picketed the funeral of Matthew Shepard, carrying signs that announced Shepard was already burning in hell. The WBC is not affiliated with any Baptist denomination. The church describes itself as following Primitive Baptist and Calvinist principles. The WBC has setup a 24-hour hotline at (785) 273-0325 to answer questions about any of their upcoming charitable events.


  1. Great news!

  2. Dennis System says:

    Good for them!

  3. Dave Jenkins says:

    Best news I’ve heard in a long time… even the KKK doesn’t like these guys. That says a lot.

  4. Anonymous says:

    About time! F*ck these guys!

  5. Martin S. says:

    Gay Bingo night at the Phelps house. I’m f*cking there!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Gay Bingo night? That’s all there is to it, I’m joining the Westboro Baptist Church.

  7. This is truly great news!

  8. Seriously?? Like the guy just had an ah-ha moment? People like this give people who actually read and follow the bible a really bad name. Not sure which bible they are even reading but it certainly isn’t the Holy one.

  9. It’s just like I always say, if someone is being terrible, trick the significant other into an affair and a few days later, problem solved. It works every time. I don’t get why more people don’t follow my advice. If something is trying to eat you, push yourself into it’s mouth more, because everyone know you only want what you can have. If you can’t find your shoes, don’t look for them, because if you walk over enough things, you won’t need them anymore. Sometimes I really think I know how Cassandra felt.

  10. Riiight, I call BS. This has ‘nothing’ to do with the pre marriage sex act of his wife, and ‘everything’ to do with the fact that this obnoxious group of people, and their organization was about to be labeled a ‘hate group’ by the Law and Government. They won’t stop preaching the same message, they’ll just go around it differently. It’s amazing what happens when a group is about to be screwed six ways from Sunday. They have such magical life altering moments…for the press and camera.

  11. Gay bingo night, really? Well, I’m glad they came to their senses finally.

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