2014 In Review: The Lord Gave The Word: Great Was The Company Of Those That Published It. Psalm 68:11.

As we approach the end of 2014, it is a time of thanksgiving as we reflect on the last year, and see the mighty blessings of God on the preachments of Westboro Baptist Church.   You may mock WBC, you may demonize WBC, you may marginalize WBC, but the fact is, you can’t talk about WBC without talking about the gospel message of WBC.   “The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that published it.”   (Psalm 68:11).   “But I say, Have they not heard? Yes verily, their sound went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world.” (Romans 10:18).   “Some indeed preach Christ even of envy and strife; and some also of good will: The one preach Christ of contention, not sincerely, supposing to add affliction to my bonds: But the other of love, knowing that I am set for the defence of the gospel. What then? notwithstanding, every way, whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ is preached; and I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice.” (Philippians 1:15-18).

We have less than 2 weeks left in this year, so let’s have a recap of the year, shall we?   It would be a fulltime job to track down the countless ways in which our message has spread to every nook and cranny across this country, and indeed across the world, so I will just try to focus on some of the highlights.

Week 1: Our message spreads across Indiana when a community forms a human wall to try to block our signs at a soldier’s funeral.   Remember Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson?   We have become intertwined with that little controversy.

Week 2: More Duck Dynasty coverage, another human wall at a Massachusetts soldier’s funeral, and the fag NFL .   As you’ll see, the topic of “fags in sports” has been a hot topic this year, and WBC was right in the middle of it all.

Week 3: More Duck Dynasty.   Plus, we are all over the Los Angeles airwaves   for our pickets of the Golden Globes and some local fag churches, which draw hundreds of counter protesters.   Articles appear across the country about our vines (which seems to inexplicably happen every once in awhile), and the US Supreme Court hears arguments on protest zones at abortion clinics, which reminds multiple news outlets of WBC’s SCOTUS victory a few years ago.

Week 4: We announce that we will picket the Laramie Project at a high school in Sacramento, which causes no small stir in Sacramento.   And, more coverage about the Supreme Court.

Week 5: The Sacramento Laramie Project news coverage continues.   Meanwhile, a white house petition to deport Justin Bieber is gaining some major traction.   It has more signatures than any other petition, except one – the petition to have the government legally recognize WBC as a “hate group.”   Sorry Justin, we’re still number 1.   Back in Kansas City, WBC pickets Bill Cosby.   People are outraged, calling Cosby the “loveable, 76-year-old, family values comedian.”   Today, they are singing a different tune.

Week 6: Still more Sacramento Laramie Project news coverage.   We picket the Super Bowl and several churches in New Jersey, and announce that we will preach at the funeral of Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Week 7: For the fourth week in a row, more Sacramento Laramie Project news coverage.   Additionally, we are all over Los Angeles again about our announcement to picket the Academy Awards and a high school.   And we have a few things to say about Michael Sam, the fag football player at the University of Missouri.

Week 8: Our Michael Sam picket results in a counter protest called “Stand With Sam.”   5000 people signed up to be part of it (but only 500 actually showed up).   They supposedly spread out for ½ a mile to block our message.   We see how well that worked.   In Kentucky, a snake-handling pastor named Jamie Coots dies from, of all things, a snake bite.   We announce we will preach at that funeral, and people go crazy.   Justin Bieber’s petition is back in the news.   He’s still number 2.

Week 9: More Michael Sam coverage, and some Jason Collins fag NBA coverage.   I’ve lost count of the number of times that Missouri has passed laws to try to stop WBC picketing, but this week had an update in the Missouri picketing law.   More Justin Bieber coverage.   Still number 2.   And, an Arizona law to protect people from having to provide certain services to fags based on their religious beliefs is vetoed by Gov. Brewer.   People couldn’t talk about that law without invoking WBC’s name.

Week 10: We picket the Academy Awards and a few other things in Los Angeles.   More Arizona law coverage.   And we find out that Albert Snyder, the man who sued WBC and lost at the Supreme Court is, in fact, a fag.   I’m sure everyone was surprised.

Week 11: Michael Sam is back in the news, this time because he’s trying to make money by selling T-shirts related to WBC’s picket of him.   And, the Missouri law designed to hide WBC’s message is upheld by a judge.   I wonder how that’s working out for them.

Week 12: Fred Phelps, who had been pastor at WBC for decades, dies.   A lot of strange speculation about whether or not the church will survive runs rampant.   Meanwhile, a planned picket of Lorde in Kansas City gains a lot of attention when she encourages her fans to sexually assault WBC members.

Week 13: More coverage about Fred Phelps.   More strange speculation.   More on the picket of Lorde.   A liquor store hypocrite in Moore, OK, rejoices at the death of Fred Phelps.   And there is an uproar upon an announcement that we will picket the Laramie Project at a school in Australia.

Week 14: More coverage on the picket of Lorde.   More coverage on the Moore, OK, liquor store hypocrite.   And more coverage on the Australia Laramie Project picket.

Week 15: We picket in Moore, OK, and in their best imitation of the wicked men in Nazareth, “when they heard these things, [they] were filled with wrath, And rose up, and thrust him out of the city.” (Luke 4:28-29).   The Australia Laramie Project picket coverage continues, and we announce a picket of a new fag sports figure, Derrick Gordon, basketball   player at UMass.

Week 16: We picket Derrick Gordon in Massachusetts.   Thousands of people rally against us.   We announce intentions to picket in Alaska.   Don’t worry – the experts say we probably won’t show up.

Week 17: A fag group in LA makes announcements that they are going to put a pro-fag billboard in Topeka to counter WBC.   And once again Justin Bieber’s petition is in the news.   And he is still number 2.

Week 18: Our picket of Derrick Gordon makes a comeback in the media, and

Week 19: The million fag march comes to Topeka.   Tens of people show up for it.

Week 20: Michael Sam is drafted into the NFL.   And people are having a hard time not bringing up WBC.   We picket at the Colorado State University graduation, drawing hundreds of counter protestors.

Week 21: More CSU graduation coverage.   We announce we’d picket the Chicago Pride Fest, and that we’d picket Cher in Kansas City.   The writers of a comic book called “Toe Tag Riot” are having a kickstarter campaign to raise funds for their comic book, which features zombies eating WBC members.     The billboard from the LA fag group goes up in Topeka, and the idiots on the Topeka City Council create a same sex marriage registry for the city.

Week 22: More coverage on the Topeka fag law, Cher, Chicago Pride Fest, and Toe Tag Riot.   Maya Angelou dies, and we announce that we will picket her funeral.   We also announce planned pickets of the DC Pride Parade and Wilson High School in Washington, DC.

Week 23: Upon hearing our announcement of picketing Wilson High School, the principal of the school announces to the student body that he is a fag.   More coverage on Maya Angelou’s funeral picket, Toe Tag Riot, and the DC fag parade.   Pickets in Alaska that the experts said we wouldn’t do.   George Takei does a parody of WBC’s parody of “Let It Go.”   And Brad Paisley takes a selfie of himself with our “God Hates Drunks” sign.

Week 24: We picket at Wilson High School, drawing hundreds of counter protesters.   At our DC fag parade picket, a DC cop kisses his fag boyfriend in front of our signs.   And Brad Paisley’s selfie goes viral.

Week 25: Brad Paisley’s selfie is still making the rounds, joined by the new viral photo of the fag cop kissing his boyfriend.   We picket a soldier’s funeral in Ohio. Toe Tag Riot preaches for us again, joined by the band “Fall Out Boy.”   More coverage on our Chicago Pride Fest picket, and yet another Missouri picketing bill against WBC is announced.

Week 26: The fag DC cop kissing his boyfriend appears in news stories all over the world.     And SCOTUS strikes down laws that had buffer zones around abortion clinics.   Once again, you can’t talk about that without talking about WBC.

Week 27: More coverage on the SCOTUS abortion ruling.   More coverage on fag football player Michael Sam.   And Coverage on a New Hampshire soldier funeral picket.

Week 28: We appear on 20/20, and

Week 29: Our Panic! At The Disco parody called “You love sins what a tragedy” goes viral.   And then goes even more viral after Panic! responds.

Week 30: More coverage of the Panic! At The Disco parody.   We picket one of their concerts, and a fan drives her car down the sidewalk at us.   All of our parodies are now seeing the light of day.

Week 31: More Panic! coverage.   A dyke in Scotland does her own parody of one of our parodies.   And we announce our God Hates The Media tour in Silicon Valley.

Week 32: More Panic! coverage.   More God Hates The Media tour coverage.   And another viral parody, this time of a “Fall Out Boy” song.

Week 33: More Panic! coverage, for the 5th week in a row.   More God Hates The Media tour coverage.   Robin Williams dies, and we announce that we will picket his funeral, which quickly became international news.

Week 34: Robin Williams coverage, all across the world.   In response, an Australian comedian named Adam Hills offers to fly all of us to Iraq, first class.   We accept, but he backs out.   More God Hates The Media tour coverage in Silicon Valley, plus an announcement of a New York God Hates The Media Tour.   An anonymous blasphemer calling himself “God” wants to raise money to purchase a “God Loves Gays” billboard in Topeka.   And, we do an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge for our friends at the sodomite rainbow house.

Week 35: Adam Hills and Robin Williams continue to be international news.   Plus coverage on our New York God Hates The Media tour.

Week 36: Adam Hills coverage continues.   Another Missouri picketing law goes into effect, and we announce that we will picket Joan Rivers’ funeral.

Week 37: More coverage on Joan Rivers’ funeral, and the “God Loves Gays” billboard goes up in Topeka.   We respond with 4 of our own.   “Remember Lot’s Wife”, “Repent Or Perish”, “Why Did God Destroy Sodom?”, and “Homosexuality Is Sin.”

Weeks 38-40: It’s all about the billboards in Topeka, KS.   But the sign company in Utah won’t allow a “God Loves Gays” billboard.

Week 41: The fag marriage ban is struck down in Kansas.   How are you going to talk about that in Kansas without talking about WBC?

Week 42: Major coverage in Florida as we picket Florida high schools.

Week 43: More coverage on fag marriage in Kansas.

Week 44: WBC seeks to enter the fag marriage case, stating that “gay marriage will destroy Kansas.”   It is announced that a Nebraska law targeting WBC’s pickets will be going to trial.

Week 45: More coverage of fag marriage in Kansas, including a judge denying WBC to enter the case.   More coverage on the Nebraska picketing law.   And Texas A&M announces that they are going to silence WBC with the “Maroon Wall 2.0”.

Week 46: We picket Joel Osteen’s church and several other churches in Houston, and we picket at Texas A&M.

Week 47: More Texas A&M coverage, and the fag basketball player, Jason Collins, retires.

Week 48: Texas A&M is now in its fourth week of telling everyone about how they’re silencing our message.   Toe Tag Riot has finally made enough money to make their comic book of zombies eating WBC members.   And a Thanksgiving hoax involving turkeys and WBC’s phone number goes viral.

Week 49: More coverage on the turkey hoax.   Plus coverage of WBC pickets in Wisconsin.   WBC tries to re-enter the Kansas fag marriage case, and WBC wins a lawsuit against Iowa regarding their unconstitutional flag desecration law.

Week 50: More coverage on our Wisconsin pickets, and more coverage on the Iowa flag case victory.   One of Iowa’s legislators refers to our pickets as “domestic terrorism” and says he will get a new law passed to protect the flag.   Lots of luck.

Week 51: More on the crazy Iowa legislator.   Coverage on WBC’s pickets against fag marriage in Colorado.   A judge once again will not allow WBC to enter the Kansas fag marriage case.   And the “top ten” lists have begun, and will continue for the rest of the year.   Did I mention that Justin Bieber’s petition is back in the news?   He’s still number 2.

WBC’s preaching will no doubt continue across the landscape, and we thank God that He continues to bless this ministry.   “Give ear, O ye heavens, and I will speak; and hear, O earth, the words of my mouth. My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew, as the small rain upon the tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass: Because I will publish the name of the LORD: ascribe ye greatness unto our God.” (Deuteronomy 32:1-3).


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