Neighbors Come Together, Kick Out Religious Group

Submitted by: canusuck 7 years ago in Entertainment

Local church chooses to pray in front of same sex couple, the obvious confrontation occurs. Sweet justice?
There are 123 comments:
Male 229
Well although there was no "action" I`m glad that there are people like the ones in that neighborhood that stood up for that same sex couple.
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Female 219
that is exactly why alot of people are straying from religon now becaus of these types of these self ritious people (sorry i cant spell) that push their religon on others i am a believer but i also do not agree with every thing in a certain religon wich is why i do not consider myself a part of any type of religon but things like what is shown in this video just make people dislike religon more they are realy hurting their cause rather than helping you cant forse people to believe what you want either they do or they dont plain and simple there is a difference in helping guide them to a religion and forcing it upon them this is def the wrong way to go about all i can say is that not every person part of a religon or who believe is like this just like not everyone who is a athiest is like a emo slit your wrist psyco
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Male 3,369
@Crakrjak: No. There is no "liberal hypocrisy". The Muslims aren`t going to be out on the streets telling people their beliefs are wrong.
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Male 5,626
@Crakrjak "Notice the liberal hypocrisy here, They are glad the Christians were `kicked out`, Yet they believe the mosque near ground zero should stay. "

I`m not very liberal but, I`m fairly certain the people were guilty of both loitering and harassment.
The people building the mosque are on their own property. There shouldn`t be anything said about it as long as they aren`t making enough noise to bother anyone.
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Female 59
What a bunch of [email protected]@holes!! How dare they go to someone`s neighborhood and bother them!!
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Female 118
aww that was crap. i was hoping to see some "action"
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Female 59
Jesus would draw a circle around the house of the said homosexuals and say "He who is without sin cast the first stone." :P
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Male 170
Damn, wish I could live near neighbors like that.
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Male 147
@Crakrjak "Notice the liberal hypocrisy here, They are glad the Christians were `kicked out`, Yet they believe the mosque near ground zero should stay. "

That BS is this? It`s hypocrisy to stand up to bullies who harass a couple as well as bullies who want to infringe on peoples property rights? And how is this a partisan argument? Only liberals care that it`s well within those peoples rights to build an Islamic community center and that the entire issue is an attempt to demonize a religion? Only liberals want to protect their neighbors from harassment?

You do realize that there are many republicans in favor of the community center.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Seriously ? I don`t know of any Christian church advocating forced worship or conversion at gunpoint. Faith just doesn`t work like that.[/quote]

Rubbish. Faith, especially when combined with power, has a long, long history of working exactly like that. Granted, it`s more often been a sword, a spear, a torture chamber, but that`s mainly because guns are much newer than religion.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I call BS. These groups routinely "just happen" to be out front of gay people`s homes.[/quote]

The gay couple in question think it`s because there`s a fire hydrant outside their home. As there`s a fire hydrant, no car is ever parked there. Which makes the claim it wasn`t targetted plausible - a place where you know there will not be a parked car is a reasonable place to meet.

So everyone who`s actually involved thinks that it`s coincidence. People who aren`t involved might think it`s BS...but how would they know?

Even the person who made the video clip admitted that he didn`t hear them preaching anything about any homosexuals, let alone specifically targetting the two people who live in the house next to the fire hydrant.
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Male 226
I have to say, I`m actually quite proud of that neighborhood for joining together and kicking those grandstanding asshats out. I only wish more people would stop putting up with the religious zealots and start telling them to take their hate campaign and shove it up their collective asses.
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Male 313
This was all politics.
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Male 630
Wow... already to the liberal conservative thing here?

Just chalk it up as a win for a neighborhood, and be done with it. There was no politics here.
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Female 2,289
i just want to tell them all to shut up and go to heaven
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Female 404
boring
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Female 238
Why the hell was no one punched? So disappointing.
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Male 2,700
"Seriously ? I don`t know of any Christian church advocating forced worship or conversion at gunpoint. Faith just doesn`t work like that."

Ummmmmmm dude?!?!?!

**Cough Cough** CRUSADES!!!

that is all
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Male 2,700
"There`s a lot of anti-christian rhetoric out there at the minute, simply because it is the largest religion in the West. In actuality, the sentiment is anti-religion in general but directed at the majority religious group"

Noooooo....its aimed at the people who feel that their religeon is the ONLY religeon and disrespecting others by treating us like they are a phone company. "Pick me!!, No Pick me!!" Its annoying, its intrusive.

I will say this, for all the hatemongering that Satanists are believed to have, you dont see Satanists dogging people in public, or hating gay rights, or saying that physical defects is a sin just for having them. "fear GOD!!! oh and avoid Satan"

Real nice....I think Ill stick with what I can see and feel, the 4 elements +1 still trying to get into the list, plasma....I may not have proof God exsists, but i can feel air, see the water and sky, and touch the earth. Can you say that?
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Male 491
"I HATE anybody from any religion coming around on my street knocking on my door and bothering me. If I want to joing your f*cking church, I will get my ass down to your f*cking church building to check it out. If you come to my door, I will forever hate you and your religion and I will bring my 90 pound dog out onto the porch with me when I answer the door. He doesn`t like strangers much. F*cking self-righteous idiots."

What I have done when this happens is to answer thr door BUCK NAKED (not an appealing site) seems to have slowed down the door knocking.
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Male 55
There`s a lot of anti-christian rhetoric out there at the minute, simply because it is the largest religion in the West. In actuality, the sentiment is anti-religion in general but directed at the majority religious group.
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Male 25,416
yawn
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Male 38
Praying is intended to be one of the most intimate things a believer can do. It also should be private.
Instead, people use it to attract attention to themselves and judge others in the process.
If you truly believe in the word of God, understand it isn`t your job to condemn anyone.
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Female 2,352
Haha nice. Take your preaching and shove it.
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Male 17,511
duffytoler: Sorry, I don`t mean `All` liberals just the ones with both those views.

But this...
[quote]...hold a gun to everybody`s head and make them pray to Jesus.[/quote]

Seriously ? I don`t know of any Christian church advocating forced worship or conversion at gunpoint. Faith just doesn`t work like that.

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Male 5,194
>>Notice the liberal hypocrisy here, They are glad the Christians were `kicked out`, Yet they believe the mosque near ground zero should stay.

I`m a liberal and I don`t want a "Victory Mosque" on Ground Zero - liberals aren`t real keen on all this psychotic religious bullsh*t, in case you hadn`t noticed. It`s you conservatives that want to teach fairytales in place of evolution, stop same-sex marriage, stop stem-cell research, and hold a gun to everybody`s head and make them pray to Jesus.
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Male 5,194
>>the church goers weren`t specifically targeting the gay couple it just so happened that

I call BS. These groups routinely "just happen" to be out front of gay people`s homes.
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Male 17,511
Notice the liberal hypocrisy here, They are glad the Christians were `kicked out`, Yet they believe the mosque near ground zero should stay.
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Male 1,013
@Flibmeister: God did make us in his image. We`re self centered, insecure, megolomaniacal, and repetetive. Did I mention insecure? "Dont believe in other gods". is that a commandment? I guess that means there are other gods...
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Female 1,623
Well done *claps* I hate it when people get on the bus and tell me what to believe, and then they get mad because I ignore them, and yell louder
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Male 914
baseball bats work
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Male 809
epic! Loved it!
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Female 2,120
I was hoping for a brawl
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Female 535
I don`t get it.... Religious folk like these, rather than being all hateful and judgmental and pretentious, why don`t you do something productive? Something your god(s) would be happy you do? Like go volunteer at homeless shelters, or hospitals. That`s helping people who need it and it`s not hateful.
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Male 6,693
To each his own. Don`t force me into anything.
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Male 4,593
I was kind of hoping for a takedown. Nothing would get my gleeful attention more than seeing some religious ass-hole getting beat to a pulp.
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Male 2,669
Favorite quote:

THUMPER: We`ve been doing this for seventy years!
RESIDENT: And we`ve hated all 70 years of it!

LOL. Put that in a verse and sing it, baby!
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Male 126
Basically what kolchak links tells is that the church goers weren`t specifically targeting the gay couple it just so happened that there were no cars on the street parked in front of the and were non-specific about which sins were being broken. Even the "target" of the pray-in says it`s been blown way out of context and doesn`t believe him or his partner were specifically being targeted as the group has been praying on that street prior to them moving to that address.
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Female 10
Here`s some background to the story...
http://tinyurl.com/3ymx7mf
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Female 833
If God made us ALL in his image then why did he make gay people? so his poeple can bash them for the hell of it?!
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Male 4,290
[quote]So when it`s a mosque at Ground Zero we need to have religious tolerance. When it`s Christians, we need to chase them away. MMMMMMKAY.[/quote]
There is a difference between people gathering to pray inside a mosque or church, and people gathering to pray outside your house. If you don`t think they should have been chased away, can I bring my Muslim friends to your front door and pray towards Mecca that the infidel family inside your house will repent their heathen ways or forever burn?
Or would you prefer that I took them to a mosque instead?
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Male 5,189
I`m glad they did that. I have nothing against religion but they don`t need to shove it down our throats.
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Male 661
@Mandingo3519
I really honestly and truly wish, hope, and dream that people like you who may be a silent majority were a vocal majority. This isn`t a criticism, please don`t take it as such, it is a compliment, and a very honest and true one.

I don`t follow the same Shepherd as you do, but I do follow the same philosophy of the mutual respect of one`s right to follow ones own path. Well thought out, well written, and even if I don`t agree with the "going to hell" part, damn good advice for all.
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Male 2,850
@vegascartman.

"So when it`s a mosque at Ground Zero we need to have religious tolerance. When it`s Christians, we need to chase them away. MMMMMMKAY."

The mosque is fine because it`s behind closed doors; if you don`t want to be preached at, you stay outside the building. The only people who have to listen to the preaching are those who have chosen to do so.

Whereas this is preaching in a public street, in a pretty harassing way, forcing people to listen to you even when they have not actively chosen to do so.

There is a difference.

If I came and stood next to you in the street and started telling you, in graphic detail, all about my sex life, I`m sure you`d ask me to stop, or feel annoyed by having to move away from me (I`d then just follow you and keep talking). Because, hey, it`s my right to free speech, right?
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Male 582
Well those guys have a constitutional right to gather and pray anyplace they like. But it was done in an "in-your-face" way and the majority took offence (naturally) and voiced their desire for them to leave.

Not unlike the whole mosque thing in NYC.

They have a legal right to build it. But it is clear that a majority do not want it there. Yes its legal and yes its still rude.
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Male 1,013
That vidya makes me feel good. That ordinary people stand up to the idiocy of religion. 2 people were just stoned to death over religious ignorance in the middle east. It`s a shame that these small minded suits were one step away from that here in America.
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Male 509
@mandingo3519
Hear, hear! I pretty much completely agree.
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Male 1,218
Funny how the lady didn`t want her face on camera. Why would that be if she`s so sure she`s right?
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Female 3,828
"weve been doing this for 70 years" "and we`ve hated it the whole time!" <-- so freaking awesome
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Female 101
Good on them, they had no right to come into their street and do that. I`m so glad Australia doesn`t have extremists as bad as that. In our gay and lesbian mardi-gra this year we had priests and people of the church march in the parade holding "We are sorry for all the years of discrimination" Banners. It was so nice. :)
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Female 536
awesome :)

I HATE anybody from any religion coming around on my street knocking on my door and bothering me. If I want to joing your f*cking church, I will get my ass down to your f*cking church building to check it out. If you come to my door, I will forever hate you and your religion and I will bring my 90 pound dog out onto the porch with me when I answer the door. He doesn`t like strangers much. F*cking self-righteous idiots.

These people in the video were well within their rights to ask the church people to leave and they could probably have called the cops if they wouldn`t go willingly. Free speech is all well and good, but when you`re preaching intolerance and hate and being intentionally antagonistic and bothering nice people in their own neighborhood, I think it`s time for you to shut up or be shut up.
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Male 192
@ Mornaf thank you
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Male 50
I would love to see all these people who talk about how they are religious and not haters get out at the protests around the country with signs saying that the nut jobs don`t represent their faith.
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Male 549
bayoubengal - nice to see another Catholic on here :)
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Male 12,365
[quote]Honestly, I think the whole anti-gay movement started because of immoral and premarital (scandalous) sex but nowadays it shouldn`t be such a big deal.[/quote]

But it was neither immoral nor scandalous to the existing culture and religion. In fact, in some cases it was part of the religion. That`s a key point - the origin of the anti-gay thing is religious, at least in all the areas affected by the Abrahamic religions. It was part and parcel of Judaism taking power and it continued into the power obsession of Judaism`s spinoff religions, Christianity and Islam.
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Male 820
@shappy,

Actually they`re called "Religious-extremist-nutjobs." or "Bat-f*ck-insane-religious."
Or really anything along those lines.

Because, to be perfectly honest, the bible DOES support their behavior..., actually they`re not going far enough, by the OT standards.
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Male 756
stop posting these, these people are not religious, they are just bigots. if you have to post stuff like this, put a "poser religious" label on it or something.
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Male 820
[quote]I dont want to see people i know go to Hell but it is their choice I DONT LIKE IT BUT I WILL RESPECT OTHERS CHOICE so all you anti-God people, i demand the same respect i give you, dont like my choice, too bad its my choice i dont like yours but will respect it.[/quote]

If everyone thought like that, the world would be a better place.
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Male 50
@vegascartman

Nobody said the Christians can`t protest the mosque. It`s just that the government can`t discriminate against the Muslims who want to build it.
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Male 192
as it has been said before the majority of Christians are not like this people. I for one am a christian and i do not push my views on anyone. If anyone comes to me with questions i am happy to answer and if i cannot then i will find someone to answer them. HOWEVER Christians like me do not help the trolling cause so we can all look forward to being grouped with these types but funny thing is just like racism agenst the Caucasian population , this is a form of bias that no one cares about because there is too many people crying about things that dont matter and covering up what does matter. I do not support gay marriage but if they want to be as miserable as straight couples let them I dont want to see people i know go to Hell but it is their choice I DONT LIKE IT BUT I WILL RESPECT OTHERS CHOICE so all you anti-God people, i demand the same respect i give you, dont like my choice, too bad its my choice i dont like yours but will respect it
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Male 736
they DO not know what love means
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Male 734
So when it`s a mosque at Ground Zero we need to have religious tolerance. When it`s Christians, we need to chase them away. MMMMMMKAY.
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Female 149
Catholic here, and I also think what these "religious people" were doing was wrong. We`re not all haters, in case you haven`t been reminded of it a million times.
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Male 122
I would definitely sue.
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Male 51
BOOORING video. Great chance for us all to feel self-righteous for being progressive though.
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Male 325
Honestly, I think the whole anti-gay movement started because of immoral and premarital (scandalous) sex but nowadays it shouldn`t be such a big deal. People just like to think that they`re doing good by telling others that they`re wrong.
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Female 23
god. drat christians.
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Female 24
here is the video info from youtube, i was really confused before i read it :-P :
This is a group from a church at the end of my street. Apparently they have been grouping in front of a couple`s house and reading their bible loudly for the past 7 years. They may have also driven another couple from the area as well by doing the same thing. Tonight most of our neighbours came out and were successful in getting them to leave. The people who go to that church don`t even live in our area! Police came by shortly thereafter.
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Male 80
Why does this mentality of hate still exist in america?
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Female 78
Wow... Those people are so rude. I`m christian but I don`t believe in doing anything like this. If someone is gay, then they are gay. If there truly is a God... what happens with their soul is between them and God. Its none of anyone else`s business.
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Female 307
Just to clarify..
with the `mosque` (I didn`t have room for quotation marks. It`s definitely an Islamic community center), I meant that most people are getting riled up over the fact that the terrorists that caused 9/11 said Islam was their religion, and that is why since it is near to ground zero, so many people are against it, blah blah. I like Islam, I do, and I don`t blame Islam for these extremists like some people seem to be doing.. all it is a legal matter, because of the first amendment.. freedom of religion. so I think they should build there.

Sorry, didn`t want to get labeled as an intolerant Christian.
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Male 559
drat the people in the neighborhood. If you don`t want to hear what they are saying, stay the drat in your pooty houses. If it was a gay righs group, would those non-nice individuals tell them to leave, even though they are forcing their lifestyle on the neighborhood?
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Female 307
Please stop grouping Christians into one group characterized by intolerance and people that are forcing beliefs onto others.
I, for one, am Christian (or sort of. I agree with things in Christianity but disagree with many things these `Jesus freaks` push, but I consider myself to be a Christian)& I fully support the mosque. I believe they should have religious rights as well, but I mostly support it so much because this is a legal issue, and not a matter of what the religion teaches.
Not every Christian is against gay marriage. I`m not. Like I said, I consider myself Christian but I disagree with things, too. I`m not sure what that makes me, really.

& Inter237, I`m not disagreeing with you -in fact I agree with you, basically- but when you said `Christian ignorance`, and then follow it up with, `They blame an entire religion .. blah`, it sort of seems like you just blamed all of Christianity for blaming them..I don`t think you meant it that way but it`s sort of
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Female 627
yay!
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Male 286
@tridirk: I think you`re being sarcastic there, but it`s kinda hard to tell.

People are just a-holes. there are religious a-holes, drunken a-holes, studious a-holes, rich a-holes and poor a-holes. can`t fault every jerk that hangs out with one of em though.
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Male 1,598
That was stupid.
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Male 2,148
I don`t know what kind of "rights" these religious non-nice individuals think they have. Freedom of religion doesn`t extent into the right to harass other people, and malicious intent is demonstrated clearly in this video, so they`ve over-stepped their First Amendment rights. Of course, that harassment case wouldn`t stand up anywhere because people are retarded, but that`s the way it really is.
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Male 2,796
Look you ignorant screwballs, just because we have the freedom of speech doesn`t mean you can just take your filthy mouth anywhere and say anything with it and expect others to just respect it when you piss people off. If one person has a freedom to speak, the other has an equal right not to friggin hear it. These idiots were in their neighborhood, and being that the neighbors can`t pick their houses up and leave, nor should they if they could... guess who looses? Yup, you guessed it... the religious zealots who came of their own free will to disturb what otherwise was a peaceful neighborhood.

Oh, and not all of us differentiate Christians from Muslims. Religion is a disease of the mind and all forms of it are just as bad as the other. Religion in all it`s various forms is probably the biggest threat to mankind as far as I am concerned.
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Male 39,929
every week we get the same kind of group soliciting their religion... except here in southern california, it seems God only wants spanish speaking worshipers. At least, the soliciters only want to "spread God`s love" to spanish speakers. They won`t tell me what it`s about which is okay by me.
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Male 2,441
Yeah...Christian ignorance? They blame an entire religion for the attacks of 9/11 and protest a mosque being built. I`m pretty sure not every single person of their faith is a terrorist. Protesting this sure seems like a violation of the first amendment, but what do I know I am like the founding fathers a Deist or better yet agnostic as it would be known today
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Male 313
FFFF`n Christians, buncha Jesus freaks that spread nothing but hatred and intolerance.

Maybe they could build an Islamic Center (Mosque) on the spot. The neighborhood would have been far more tolerant.

Would they have asked Muslims to leave? or are they just prejudiced against Christians?
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Male 438
I thought the obvious confrontation would be to start having gay sex in front of them?
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Male 50
How is it that these people can block up the middle of the road to try and intimidate people from living in their neighborhoods?

These same people are ready to ban building mosques anywhere in America and ready to stone president for believing in the wrong brand of Christianity.

But if you dare suggest that the 10 commandments doesn`t belong on a courthouse you`re the bigoted one.

You just wait, these sicks f***s are coming for the jews and anyone who dares get a divorce next.
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Female 3,562
At least they had the sense to leave instead of start a physical fight like so many nuts would.
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Male 355
"Local church chooses to pray in front of same sex couple" I didn`t see any of that - all i see is people getting upset over what is really a little thing - if you don`t like them don`t talk to them. But as a public Neighborhood not private in anyway they can and have rights to say what they want to say you can not bar them out. the best you can do is ask them to leave your property.
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Male 4
i acctualy know the fat guy in the middle at 33 seconds.....
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Female 275
That neighborhood should get together and go protest that church :)
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Female 332
Exactly ggolbez! I mean if you don`t like it, don`t move on that street for goodness sake!
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Male 648
"Christianity by force!"

Is there any other kind lol
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Female 81
Christianity by force! Ya, dat`ll do it.

/facepalm/
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Male 1,931
Take religion out of it for a minute. Just forget religion. Look at it like this:

Group A is living peacefully in the neighborhood. Group B comes into the neighborhood in protest of the lifestyle of group A.

Sound familiar? Sounds like something the KKK, or Nazis, or any other ethnic cleansing group would do. It is sad to see people still act this way in modern society.
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Male 89
that was one boring `confrontation`
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Female 347
That was a little disappointing. I was hoping for some bloodshed.
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Male 258
They don`t know what love is... :,(
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Male 188
That was epic. I hope they do come back next year so we can see a video of them getting their homophobic a**es kicked.
If your belief in god is based on hating others, I feel nothing but humor towards your pain.
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Male 881
Maybe there is hope for us after all.
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Male 886
If your god whispers into your ear, that you need to go pray in front of someone`s house because of their private life...

Go seek immediate medical and psychiatric help, because you are hearing effing voices telling you to do things.

You are nuts and talk to imaginary beings.
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Male 7,833
its funny, but all of these neighbors probably hate each other normally. i do love it though that even though on any normal day neighbors can hate each other, but when somebody attacks one of them they all come together.
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Male 2,796
"That was civilized?"

That was as civilized as it will ever get when dealing with crazy people.

BTW, why do I get the feeling that IAB is getting trolled by religious groups now? I would put money on it.
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Male 2,229
Also in Canada same sex marriage is law. As in legal and binding as "regular" marriage.

Of course there still opposition to it, but it is protected by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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Male 99
In one sense, praying in the street is not a crime. Especially if they stayed off other people`s property. (Tasteful is questionable)

On the other hand, if you think about it, prayer can be done anywhere with the same effects. Jesus even states to NOT pray "on the street corners to be seen by men" (Matt 6:5) Which seems exactly what these people were doing.

Even as a Christian, I agree with the lady saying "You don`t know what love is". We aren`t all like that.
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Male 812
It`s fun to troll any religious groups. They`re so serious about it.
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Male 2,229
It`s more fun to invite them in for coffee and mock their beliefs.

LoL, I had this crazy neighbour, that one time those door to door preachers came around. I have to point out that she was and still fat, and ugly, but she`s super funny. Anyways, when the guys stepped on to the front lawn she screamed "Men!" and then proceed to run out the door in her house coat. I have since to see guys in business suits move as fast as these guys did.

As to the vid, sweet for the neigbourhood watch, to keep ALL the crazies in check.
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Male 313
That was civilized?
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Male 7,378
[quote]Does a religious group knocking on your door really ruin your evening? A simple no thank you and closing the door is really all that seems necessary.[/quote]
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It`s more fun to invite them in for coffee and mock their beliefs.
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Male 309
"Girl off camera at end says "We don`t come to your house and tell you how to believe." Oh no? Then why you pushing legalized homosexual marriage so hard?"

Jeff, you can believe being homosexual is wrong all you want, the law wont change that, just like you can believe everyone with black skin is inferior, despite laws making slavery illegal.

Also, allowing someone to do something is not forcing others to support it. On the other hand, keeping someone from doing something is forcing others to not support it.
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Male 2,796
"It will be more bearable for Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgment than for this city."

I totally agr... wait... WHAT THE F*CK are you babbling about over there?
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Male 2,796
"Girl off camera at end says "We don`t come to your house and tell you how to believe." Oh no? Then why you pushing legalized homosexual marriage so hard? That`s not only telling everyone how they have to believe, but what they have to (by law) put up with."

And how do you suppose we got our original freedoms (bill of rights, etc.)? It certainly wasn`t by asking England politely now was it? Nope, it was by an overwhelming majority making their voices be heard and chances are the same will happen with the whole gay thing. (Good so I don`t have to hear about it anymore)

However, this wasn`t a majority of bible thumpers. This was harrassment under the guise of righteousness... the worst kind. They were wrong and the neighbors absolutely were right.
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Male 121
It will be more bearable for Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgment than for this city.
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Male 272
as usual canada seems to be a better and more civilised place than the us.
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Male 798
JeffBeau: Way to compare apples and oranges there buddy. They would do the same thing if a bunch of flaming gay dudes came outside their actual homes and started yelling that they need to be gay.
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Male 798
Yes, they do have freedom of speech...but not really. If you harass people knowing that it`s going to cause problems like that, then it`s not protected.

Like if I went into a trailer park and started exclaiming that Wal-Mart sucks, they would get mad, possibly punch me, and I would have no legal recourse.
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Male 180
Notice at 0:58 the off-camera neighbor says "we hate...". So who are the haters, eh?

Girl off camera at end says "We don`t come to your house and tell you how to believe." Oh no? Then why you pushing legalized homosexual marriage so hard? That`s not only telling everyone how they have to believe, but what they have to (by law) put up with.

By the way, no "kicking" here as the title implies.
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Male 61
Am I the only one who is surprised that it took seven years for the neighbors to react? And I don`t think its in America, given the spelling of neighborhood in the video title.
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Male 2,796
"Does a religious group knocking on your door really ruin your evening? A simple no thank you and closing the door is really all that seems necessary."

And I am sure that if that were actually taken place, then the confrontation never would have happened. But, you see... it didn`t take place. The religious jesus pole smokers wanted to pray loudly in front of houses where their perceived sinners were. Unnacceptable.
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Male 1,793
Well done...
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Male 178
Does a religious group knocking on your door really ruin your evening? A simple no thank you and closing the door is really all that seems necessary.
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Male 594
Win.
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Male 2,796
Hell yeah. I want to live in aneighborhood just like that! Practice your own silly religion and worship your own fake deity in the privacy of your own home you drating lunatics. This is what religion creates people... right here. If it isn`t violent and deadly, it`s drating stupid and annoying.
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Female 1,008
NIIIIICE
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Male 591
Bravo Toronto!
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Male 39
Holy crap thats toronto
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Male 807
Link: Neighbors Come Together, Kick Out Religious Group [Rate Link] - Local church chooses to pray in front of same sex couple, the obvious confrontation occurs. Sweet justice?
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