Christo-Fascist Psychotic Preacher Charles Worley

Christo-Fascist Psychotic Preacher Charles Worley
Christo-Fascist Psychotic Preacher Charles Worley

Christo-Fascist Pastor of Hate Charles Worley of the Providence Road Baptist Church near Maiden, North Carolina is a real winner. So is his congregation. While many Christians and Christian Pastors condemned him, his psychotic followers of his church gave him a standing ovation for his foaming at the mouth at his pulpit of hate, the suggestion that Nazi style concentration camps be built for gays and lesbians. He has also demanded that Christians should have a right to lynch gays and lesbians. “I appreciate all the support,” Pastor Charles Worley told the 100 or so congregants at Providence Road Baptist Church near Maiden, N.C., on Sunday, according to the Record. Several members stood and spoke out; others threw up their hands in support of their pastor.

Members of the North Carolina congregation headed by the pastor who preached about putting gays and lesbians in an electric fence and waiting for them to die, have spoken out in defense of the minister saying he simply told the truth.

“He had every right to say what he said about putting them in a pen and giving them food,” said Geneva Sims, who shared with WCNC.com

that she had been listening to Worley since the 1970s. “The Bible says they are worthy of death. He is preaching God’s word.”

“Sometimes you’ve got to be scared straight,” agreed another member, Stacey Pritchard, saying that what Worley was really aiming for in his sermon was a message of love. “He is trying to save those people from hell.”

“He has nothing to hide,” Pritchard continued. “He’s not afraid of anything he said. He’s a good man. It’s a good church and he speaks the truth. He doesn’t tiptoe around it.”

“[Pastor Worley] takes a real firm stand on the Bible and what it says about different things,” another church member, Joe Heffner, explained to CNN “Whether I like it or not or whether anybody else likes it.”

Worley responded to critics of his May 13 sermon the following Sunday, saying he loved homosexuals and wanted them to be saved.

“I talked a little bit, I believe it was last Sunday, on the homosexual lifestyle, and there was a whole lot of people who didn’t like what I said. I want to read it out of the Bible, and then we’ll go from there,” he told his congregation.

“Listen, all of the Sodomites, the lesbians, and all of the … what’s that word? Gays – I didn’t wanna say ‘queers’ – that say we don’t love you; I love you more than you love yourself. I’m praying for you to be saved,” he added.

This is a link to a YouTube video of his Christo-Fascist psychotic freak butt preaching about the Nazi Concentration Camps for Gays and Lesbians.

N.C. Pastor Charles Worley: “Put Gays And Lesbians In Electrified Pen To Kill Them Off”

“I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and queers, but I couldn’t get it past the Congress. Build a great big, large fence – 50 or 100 miles long – put all the lesbians in there. Fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals, and have that fence electrified so they can’t get out. Feed them. And you know what? In a few years, they’ll die out. Do you know why? They can’t reproduce.”

More than 1,000 people gathered in front of the Justice Center in nearby Newton waving signs with messages such as “Will God judge me for loving or hating?” and “Don’t Fence Me In,” Reuters reported. Some people dressed in rainbow colors, and entire families chanted “Preach Love Not Hate.”

The protest was in response to a sermon the 71-year-old Worley delivered on May 13, Mother’s Day, apparently in response to President Barack Obama’s public endorsement a few days earlier of same-sex marriage. Just a day before Obama’s announcement, North Carolina voters approved by a considerable margin a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage and same-sex civil unions in their state.

In the sermon, an animated Worley told the congregation of his independent Baptist church:

“I figured a way out, a way to get rid of all the lesbians and queers but I couldn’t get it pass the Congress – build a great big large fence, 50 or a hundred mile long. Put all the lesbians in there, fly over and drop some food. Do the same thing with the queers and the homosexuals. And have that fence electrified so they can’t get out.

“And you know what? In a few years they will die out. You know why? They can’t reproduce. If a man ever has a young’un, praise God he will be the first.”

Worley continued, his voice rising: “I tell ya right now, somebody said, ‘Who you gonna vote for?’ I ain’t gonna vote for a baby killer and a homosexual lover! You said, ‘Did you mean to say that?’ You better believe I did!”

Jay Michaelson, author of “Gay vs God? The Religious Case for Equality” wrote in an article on the Huffington Post, that Worley’s comments “undermining the efforts of more moderate gay-bashers like the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins to disguise anti-gay bias as something other than hatred.”

Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United, also condemned Worley. “Pastor Worley’s vicious and mean-spirited assault on gays and lesbians is bad enough,” Lynn said. “His pulpit command that people not vote for President Obama is a violation of federal tax law. I urge the IRS to act swiftly to investigate this matter.”

A religious watchdog group has filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service, asking that it investigate the church’s tax-exempt status. Federal law prohibits non-profit groups from endorsing candidate

“Jesus preached a Gospel of love. So do we. Jesus preached that we love our neighbor, whether that neighbor is like us or not,” said Dr. Al Cadenhead, senior pastor of Providence Baptist Church of Charlotte, in a statement Tuesday. His church was initially mistaken for the Maiden, N.C., congregation, but Dr. Cadenhead clarified that there is no association between the two churches.

“I see nothing Christian about it, and I see nothing American about it,” the Rev. Welton Gaddy, president of Interfaith Alliance, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

The church web site specifies that it is a “moderate” cooperative Baptist Fellowship congregation of approximately 2,000 members.

“Jesus is our model for living and His presence is our source of strength for life,” said a statement on the church’s web site. “Jesus preached a Gospel of love. So do we. Jesus preached that we love our neighbor, whether that neighbor is like us or not.”



AGAIN, WE HAVE A CHRISTIAN PREACHER ACTING ANYTHING BUT CHRISTIAN. PASTOR CHARLES WORLEY IS IN FACT, A CHRISTO-FASCIST. SO IS MOST OF HIS CONGREGATION. WORLEY AND ALL HIS SUPPORTERS, SHOULD IN FACT, HAVE DONE UNTO THEM AS THEY WANT TO DO TO GAYS AND LESBIANS, IF ANYTHING, FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE REST OF THE POPULATION FROM THEIR RELIGIOUS INSANITY.

Yes, I am saying that an electrified, razor wire fenced enclosure, of at least 100 to 150 miles, be built, of course with armed guard towers to prevent any escapes, and Worley and his psychotic congregation should be first sterilized and then put inside of it. Sure we will drop them off food. But then, with them being sterilized, these inbred, outhouse dwelling, bigoted, jack-booted, Christo-Fascist thugs would not be able to reproduce. They would eventually die off and we would be done with them. For as their buybull says.

DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU.

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