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The New Civil Rights Movement: Pastor Who Suggested Genocide-Like Concentration Camps For Gays Loses Website


-by David Badash

May 22, 2012- North Carolina Pastor Charles L. Worley of Providence Road Baptist Church, who on Sunday, May 13, suggested airlifting all the “queers and homosexuals” and dropping them off into electric fenced pens until they all die off, last night lost his website.

A New Civil Rights Movement reader, Rob Roberts, posted in our comments section on yesterday’s article, “Genocide? Pastor Says Kill All ‘Queers And Homosexuals’ By Airlifting Into Electric Pen“:

A minor victory — I called the company that produces the bigoted pastors website. I asked them if they support genocide against gays and then told them I was ashamed of them.

As of last hour, the church website has dissapeared, its been pulled from the web completely.

In a follow-up email, Roberts tells me he contacted StoneWall Consulting partners, the company who created the site for Pastor Worley, and humbly insists he can’t take full credit for getting the site taken down, as others may have called as well. (Roberts also notices the irony of the “Stonewall” name.)

Regardless, it’s actions like this, that send a strong message to bigots and haters that it’s not just the LGBT community, but average, everyday, decent Americans who refuse to allow this country to be ruled by anti-gay hate.

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