Christians vs. the Hells Angels in AZ

Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by bdee, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. bdee

    bdee انا باتمان

  2. rodanvssct

    rodanvssct Member

    I wouldn't call them Christians.

  3. kineticmind

    kineticmind يفخر الكافر

    Never thought I'd say this, but good for the Hells Angels.
  4. BWCustoms

    BWCustoms New Member

    As Christian these guys make me sick.

    Jesus would never condone such behavior, what are they thinking?
  5. Malum Prohibitum

    Malum Prohibitum Moderator Staff Member

    One of these days there is going to be a mass shooting of Westboro protestors (not a threat, just a prediction).
  6. mb90535im

    mb90535im Well-Known Member


    ...and subsequently, jury nullification.
  7. Puffyfish

    Puffyfish New Member

    I agree 500%. (not a threat, just a prediction)
  8. Phil1979

    Phil1979 Member Georgia Carry

    The Westboro protestors are idiots, uncouth, and boorish. Some of them might actually have trusted Christ as their Savior, but they sure ain't walking with Him.
  9. fausty

    fausty Member

    They actually came and protested a conference at the hotel I work at. They're all 100% nutbags. What really got me was they had children on the street corner holding signs with great slogans like "god hates fags" and "rabbi's rape kids"
  10. kineticmind

    kineticmind يفخر الكافر

    What's really disturbing is how they project their hate onto their children, who are learning to hate just as much as the adults. Can't remember the name of the documentary I watched recently, but it was all about the Westboro family and their escapades. Any parent worth his/her salt would be appalled at some of the things their 6-7 year old children were saying about gays, military personnel, and non-Christians in general.

    They may call themselves a "church", but they know absolutely nothing about Jesus Christ, His atonement for sin, or His messages about love.
  11. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

    Quick joke about Hell's Angels:

    A guy shows up at the gates of Heaven and St. Peter tries to look him up in the Book of Heaven to see if he should be allowed in. His name's not listed. So St. Peter tries to find his name in the Book of the Damned to see if he should send this guy to Hell. No, the guy's name isn't in that book either.

    Saint Peter says, "I don't know what to do with you. I need some information to decide whether to let you in to heaven or not. Tell me, have you ever done anything really evil?"

    "No" says the guy. "I have a couple speeding tickets. I cursed when I stubbed my toe the other night."

    "That's fine." said St. Peter. "How about any good deeds? Have you ever put helping somebody else's well-being ahead of your own interests?"

    The guy looked puzzled and said, "Well, there was this time I was driving home from the shoe store where I work, and I saw a woman with a flat tire on the side of the road, and a bunch of motorcycle riders had stopped to help her, so I just was going to let them handle it, but then I saw in my rear view mirror they weren't helping her with the tire, they were helping her take her clothes off and she didn't seem to want that. So I figured I would go back there and talk to them."

    Saint Peter asked: "So what happened? Did you help that woman?"

    The guy continued, "I pulled over and had to back my Ford Escort a half a mile to get back to where I passed them. It was hard to see over the back seat headrests because I'm only five-six, you know. When I parked and got out, the woman was in the back seat of her own car with her legs sticking out the window screaming, and like 5 of those motorcycle guys got out of her car and came over to my car. They must have worked for a business called Hells Angels and they all wore the uniform so I guess they must have gotten off from work like me. I asked them to leave the girl alone and they laughed at me. I said I would call their employer and report them, and then they really laughed. The biggest one, and he seemed like the leader, was about 6 foot six and he wore a chain for a belt. He said to me, "you got a pretty mouth" and started undoing his belt. Well since they were all around me, the woman got out of her car and ran away. The big guy in front of me turned to look toward the woman when he heard her car door open, but I took that belt-chain and pulled it out of his pants with one big tug, and his pants dropped to the ground. He seemed really happy about that, and said something about having fun."

    "Then I swung that chain and hit him in the head with it. His eyes started looking in different directions and he fell down and didn't move anymore after that. I told the other Hells Angels workers that they needed to leave me alone, and forget about the woman, and just get back on their bikes and go home and read the Bible because that's where they can learn to be good again."

    "WOW !" exclaimed Saint Peter. "That's CERTAINLY the most AMAZING act of bravery and heroism I have ever heard!" You absolutely should have been listed in the Book of Heaven. You belong here. How such brave act could escape our notice up here is beyond me. When did this happen?"

    The shoe salesman looked at his watch. "About 4 minutes ago."

  12. JeF4y

    JeF4y New Member

    I find it interesting to read replies from people regarding the WBC. Many are very quick to separate the WBC from themselves as "Christians", yet many lump Islam into one bucket...

    Not to mention those who condemn the WBC protests which are largely based on anti-homosexuality, yet have the same views themselves.

    Holding up a "GOD HATES FAGS" sign is no different from casting a vote against equal rights for gay people.
  13. kineticmind

    kineticmind يفخر الكافر

    Major difference: Christians are commended to show love to even their enemies. Muslims are commanded to hate. The WBC isn't following the command of their supposed Lord and Savior. Radical Muslims are.

    There's also a major difference between voting in a democratic process to support your views that marriage should be between one man and one woman, and spewing hateful rhetoric about who God loves and hates.
  14. bdee

    bdee انا باتمان

    Just because someone calls themselves a Christian doesn't make it so.
  15. ga_trucklvr

    ga_trucklvr Member


    :ditto: x10
  16. EJR914

    EJR914 Cheezburger Operator

  17. seereus

    seereus Active Member

    .....and at the current rate that this country is falling apart, your prediction will be considered a threat, even if you state that its not.
  18. harleymason

    harleymason New Member

    Don't want to throw this thread off track, but it always bothers me when motorcycle clubs are referred to as gangs. The Angels have never been collectively as an organization convicted of any crimes. Do some of their members commit crimes? Absolutely. As do members of Congress, Priests, and even members of Law Enforcement. But the whole police force, church, or congress is never blamed, only the individual. Not the same with MC's. When one does wrong it HAS to be the group is a gang. I belong to an MC and have met and ridden with various members of these "so called" gangs. It's just not true. And yes WBC are not Christians, they make me sick. And I hope the Angels clean house on this one.
  19. budone1967

    budone1967 Die Hard GCO Recruiter


    I actually agree with bdee on something.

    ^^This^^ X100