- GodHatesIslam.com - God hates all false religious systems. That includes Islam.
- GodHatesTheMedia.com - The worldwide media is in place for WBC to preach through. What they mean for evil God means for good.
- SignMovies.com - Brief, fascinating videos that offer Bible-based expositions of the message of WBC.
- GodHatesTheWorld.com - Country-by-country explanation of why God hates the world.
- JewsKilledJesus.com - What the Bible teaches about the final fate of the nation of Israel for murdering the Messiah.
- BeastObama.com - A Scriptural look at the rising beast and how he is going to usher in the destruction of the world.
- PriestsRapeBoys.com - The Catholic Church: the largest, most well-funded and organized pedophile machine in history.
- blogs.SpareNot.com - Chronicles the worldwide street preaching ministry of Westboro Baptist Church!
- AmericaIsDoomed.com - Builds the airtight case that america is not only cursed of God, but that this curse is irreversible.
- 6713 - soldiers that God has killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
- 50,502 - pickets conducted by WBC.
- 905 - cities that have been visited by WBC.
- 1144 - weeks that WBC has held daily pickets on the mean streets of doomed america.
- - people whom God has cast into hell since you loaded this page.
- 218,400,000+ - gallons of oil that God poured in the Gulf.
- $16.74 trillion+ - national debt of doomed america.
- 8 - people that God saved in the flood.
- 16,000,000,000 - people that God killed in the flood.
- 144,000 - Jews that will be saved in these last days.
- 0 - nanoseconds of sleep that WBC members lose over your opinions and feeeeellllliiiiiings.
The following is quoted from a September 28, 1995, article by Mike Hall in the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Sides discuss picketing ordinances
It was 90 minutes of preliminary procedural matters Wednesday in the
Westboro Baptist Church’s court challenge to two city ordinances
and a state statute on picketing.
Shawnee County Judge Franklin R. Theis asked attorneys for prepare lists
of witnesses they might call and issues they want to address when he conducts
a hearing Oct. 10 and 11 on whether to issue a temporary injunction against
enforcement of the ordinances.
He agreed to meet with the attorneys again next Wednesday at 3 p.m. to
determine whether there are some areas all sides can agree on.
Wednesday’s session began with the announcement that the name of
Westboro Baptist Church on the original petition had been changed to Westboro
Baptist Church, Inc. and that the names of four individual members of
the church had been added as additional plaintiffs challenging the validity
of the laws. The names were Fred W. Phelps Sr., the pastor; Karl and Charles
Hockenbarger; and Timothy Phelps.
Deanne Watts Hay, representing District Attorney Joan Hamilton, argued
that adding the “Inc.” to the church’s name was irrelevant.
She argued the church still didn’t have standing to bring the lawsuit.
Margie J. Phelps, representing the church, disagreed.
Theis said he needed more information before making any rulings on motions
by Hay and David Plinsky, representing the city of Topeka. Both had made
motions to dismiss the lawsuit.
And Theis told Phelps he needed information from her about how picketing
churches and funerals related to the beliefs of her church.