U.S. Site Blames New Zealand Earthquake on . . . Gays

It didn’t take long for religious fanatics in the United States to uncover a nugget of prejudicial hate in the ruins of the recent earthquake in New Zealand. Christchurch Quake is registered in Utah and claims that the earthquake was God’s judgment on the people of New Zealand for allowing “lesbians running loose on the South Island as if they own the place.”

The site also reportedly cites such causes as “Gay Ski Week” for the disaster and warns ”End the Evil – or else!’.” However, the site now appears to have been shutdown. When I went to http://www.christchurchquake.com, there is a banner saying ‘World Internet Authority.” My greatest concern is that God punished the site for its wickedness and cancelled its web account.

Source: MSNEarthquake

12 thoughts on “U.S. Site Blames New Zealand Earthquake on . . . Gays”

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  2. between “deal with the devil” haiti and gay new zealand this god seems to have a thing for shaking islands. that’s the good thing about zeus, one person, one lightning bolt. a lot less collateral damage.

    never really thought of new zealand as being especially gay either, i thought they were more into sheep. i guess if god was sending earthquakes to islands for sheep schtupping scotland would be a rollercoaster.

  3. eniobob,

    I will leave the bad pole and valley joke alone here…. just for today…

  4. Is it actually possible to hate anything or anyone without first having been given self-hate?

    Methinks, no?

  5. I think you are correct Mespo. What side of the Bible do these people read? Is this an offshoot of our “friends” at the Westboro church of hate?

  6. mespo727272
    1, February 28, 2011 at 10:49 am
    Ok, what was the divine meaning in that 4.9 level quake in Utah (where the website hails from) last April? God only warn Mormons but kills New Zealanders.


    I have it on good authority … god against mormons dot com … that god no longer talks to mormons at all, just shakes them up every once in a while.

  7. Ok, what was the divine meaning in that 4.9 level quake in Utah (where the website hails from) last April? God only warn Mormons but kills New Zealanders.

  8. WHAT???”“Gay Ski Week”

    The ones who protest the loudest probably were the first ones to take to the slopes.

  9. “Christchurch Quake is registered in Utah”

    What kind of crazy people live in Utah? Does the WBC have a subsidiary?

    On the other hand, the World Internet Authority has a lovely pulsing blue orb, infinitely preferable to the the hateful message from Utah.

    Are we seeing the first examples of a new movement: hacking your way to social justice?

  10. Needless to say there’s no such thing as the World Internet Authority. The site has most likely been hacked. The domain was originally registered on September 3, 2010 through a privacy service known as spedup.com so the registrant details are anonymous.

    This would have been hours after a Richter 7.1 quake struck 40 km from Christchurch with no fatalities definitely attributed, but some serious injuries.

    Last week a Richter 6.3 quake called the Christchurch quake struck the same region. Despite the much lower magnitude (one tenth the energy of the September quake) this one was centered on a settlement just 10km of Christchurch with many dead. The latter is the most severe of several aftershocks of the September quake.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Canterbury_earthquake (September)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Christchurch_earthquake (February)

  11. Is that so? They I suppose it was greed that got Wall Street where it is did the Gays do that too….

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