Anti-gay Christian activist Bill Whatcott has moved to the Philippines after claiming that he was forced to leave Canada
Anti-gay Christian activist Bill Whatcott has moved to the Philippines after claiming that he was forced to leave Canada.
Last year, Whatcott and fellow wingnut Peter LaBarbera were arrested at the University of Regina, Canada for displaying materials the university described as "graphic" and against the institution’s policy.
Whatcott ministry to Canada comes to an end: http://t.co/hX9BKz6aog
— Bill Whatcott (@BillWhatcott) March 11, 2015
Whatcott was also sued after he claimed that LGBT activists were trying to recruit children via the public school system.
Praising his good works in the name of god, Whatcott said:
“My ministry to Canada has come to an end, at least for the foreseeable future. Now, I am in the Philippines with my wife.
“I have pretty much given the last quarter century of my life to fighting for a Judeo Christian vision for Canada, especially in the areas of life, sexuality and family.
“While the path I chose was somewhat controversial, devastating to my secular career prospects in Canada, and indeed a path that rendered me a pariah in the eyes of many, I am quite happy with some of what I accomplished.
“My efforts in defending Canada against the homosexual onslaught has been less successful in my view, perhaps more costly on a personal level, though these efforts have not been completely in vain.”
Whatcott estimates he handed out at least half a million anti-gay fliers in Canada since 2002. This material claimed that public schools were enabling the “recruitment” of children. One pamphlet said that children would be taught “how wonderful it is for two men to sodomize each other.”
Watch The Daily Show rip the piss out of Whatcott in 2012, AFTER THE JUMP…