1. reality-based says

    Oh, Fred (Sr.) is psychiatrically ill, no question.

    Nate Phelps is also speaking in Topeka on April 24. (See Richard Dawkins’ website.) It is so awesome that’s he’s coming forward. What an incredible tragedy — incredibly bad random luck — to have been born into that family.

    Ditto L. Ron Hubbard’s children. One of them, Quentin Hubbard, was apparently gay, and killed himself.

    I wish nothing but healing, peace, and happiness for Nate.

  2. TampaZeke says

    I watched Nate’s six part speech on YouTube. AMAZING. As horrible, hateful and terrifying as I find Phelps’ public displays to be, it doesn’t compare to the hate and violence that he perpetrates on his own wife, children and followers. This is a very eye opening and disturbing look into the behind-the-scenes world of Westboro Baptist and the Phelps clan.

    I wish Nate and his brother Mark and any other person who escapes the Phelps cult all the best in life. I hope they find healing, comfort and happiness. Please tell your stories loudly and OFTEN. They NEED to be heard.

  3. says

    Indeed they do. This is exceptionally important testimony.

    Nate shwos that Fred isn’t interested in “saving” anyone. Accordign to fred we’re all going to Hell, and he’s here to gloat over that supposed “Fact.”

    “Sick” doesn’t begin to describe Fred Phelps. He is the embodiment of the Evil he claims to decry.

  4. Tikihead says

    This is very interesting. A lot of info came out from a court deposition years ago, and is available online. Google ‘addicted to hate.’

  5. Alphonsus says

    Nate doesn’t need a family like that. The less he has to do with those psychopathic bigots the better off he will be.

    Someone ought to give Shirley Phelps, Fred Phelps and their whole band of bigots enemas and bury them in shoe boxes.


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