Hey Winfield, Alabama, why you so mad at this pastor, Rev. William Collier, who just wants to hold whites-only conference for whites-only pastors, because of religious liberty, and because he doesn’t have the “facilities” to accomodate other races? (Quick: what “facilities” might he need? Slave quarters? A jail cell? A chicken deep-fryer? A kosher kitchen? Definitely a kosher kitchen.) What part of “religious liberty” don’t you get, is what Rev. Collier and his whites-only brethren want to know!
“The mayor ordered our flyers to be taken down. When did they start religious censorship?” asked Reverend Mel Lewis of Christian Identity Ministries.
Among the Ku Klux Klan flags and white supremacy slogans, a small group of so-called “white Christians” contend they have been treated unfairly – that they have the right, like any other American, to worship how they wish.
“We are not breaking any laws. We’re not violating any ordinances. We’re bringing the Word of God to people who want it, obviously, or they wouldn’t be here,” said Lewis.
Of course the Klan is in thick attendance at Collier’s conference this year, and of course they will close the festivities with the sacred ceremonial burning of the cross, but Collier wants you to know (all together now!) he is not a racist. He just happens to believe the white race was chosen by God to be better than all the other ones! And on that, he rests his case!
The organizer of the event, Rev. William C. Collier says that his Church of God’s Chosen (Christian Identity Ministries) is not a hate group but adds that he believes “the white race is God’s chosen people.”
Collier defends why only white Christians are invited.
“We don’t have the facilities to accommodate other people. We haven’t got any invitations to black, Muslim events. Of course we are not invited to Jewish events and stuff,” Collier said.
Why won’t the Jews invite the Rev. William Collier and his sacred burning crosses to their events and stuff? Maybe fix him a nice plate of kugel? Hop to it, Jews. Also, please try to stop infringing on Rev. William Collier’s religious liberty, by existing.