"Glad an angry God struck down so many rebels" (Not a debate just very angry)

Danielle - posted on 05/23/2011 ( 12 moms have responded )




I'm from Alabama, and as many ppl know we had the horrible tornados come through here April 27 2011. We lost a lot of good ppl that day and alot of good ppl lost everything. I'm on utube last night listening to music and came across a comment that says: "KILL ALL THE SOUTHERN REBELS. Thank God for 54 more dead rebels at the hands of a Raging Angry God. I am praying for 54,000 more dead redneck rebels. If you all get rid of your racism, I won't pray for anything bad to happen. However, the 54 redneck rebels killed in the tornado outbreaks over the last week are in Hell forever. All of you living rednecks still have a chance to repent of your racism and obey. If you repent and turn away from your racism and ignorance, you'll enjoy heaven."
How can someone be so narrow minded and hateful? I'm so angry when I think about the mother that sacrificed herself so her two small children would survive or the grandfather that got sucked out into the storm b/c he was blocking the door so his 8 family members would survive. Or the hundreds who are having to start over b/c they have nothing left.I could go on and on about it but I won't. But I will dedicate this video of actual footage to all the surviving and taken "rebels"
Roll Tide & War Eagle! "Today we stand together"



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Rosie - posted on 05/26/2011




when i first got a computer and started reading comments people put on things like that i was flabberghasted. who the fuck does that type of thing? unfortunately ALOT of people do. it makes me sick.

Danielle - posted on 05/26/2011




@Lacye~ His name is ZackHodgson. I actually joined Utube just so I could leave him a comment. I let my husband read his comment and of course he was furious. He wanted me to cuss him out but I chose the high road lol. I did leave him a comment letting him know what I thought of his comment and noticed that EVERYONE on his page was just cussing him out for that comment or something else. He never responded but that's ok. I said what I needed to say.
@Amber~ There's a country song that came out a few yrs ago called "This aint nothing" The radio here plays it constantly b/c ironically it talks about a tornado hitting Birmingham. They will insert survivors talking about their experience and I can't even listen to it. I cry every time. It describes perfectly the way Alabamians are handling it. We're having benifits constantly for ppl who've lost everything but then the tornado's came through MO and Texas and Oklahoma the past few nights and Alabamians that don't have anything left were the first ones to start getting emergency supplies for the ppl in these other states. That's what makes me proud to be from Alabama.I actually found the song with clips of the disaster.

Lacye - posted on 05/26/2011




I couldn't find the person that said those horrible things but you know what, it just shows how stupid that dude really is. To go on there and yell that bullshit is just retarded.

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People like that are sick. Doing their evil bidding in the name of Christianity. They are the complete opposite of what Christianity represents. And the God that I believe in is not an 'angry God' but a loving father who wants the best for his children, just as you would your children here on earth. They may disappoint you but you would never harm them in that way or burn them for all eternity, right? True Christanity is based on love and tolerance as much as it is based on belief in a creator. Hate and vindictiveness have no part in that.

Amber - posted on 05/26/2011




I've been watching the news coverage of the tornadoes yesterday. This thread was the first thing I thought of.

One story was an interview with a woman whose husband was killed by the tornado.
His final act before dying? Throwing his body over his wife to be used as a shield. He willingly gave up his life to try and save the woman he loved...and he succeeded.

But surely, that man is in hell for being a "rebel".

PS...I'm still bawling from watching that woman! It was so heartbreaking.

Dana - posted on 05/23/2011




There are truly ignorant people everywhere. I ignore them but, it's easy to get that rise in blood pressure for a second there...

Danielle - posted on 05/23/2011




Usually I don't let what ppl say bother me but this just made me furious to the point I was in tears. It's a day I will never forget and my family came very close to losing everything. When the tornado came through our city that morning my kids were still in bed. It was so close that it was vibrating my home. If it had came a mile further it would have gotten us. I live in a mobile home and there's no way we would have made it to shelter. We lost four ppl in our town that morning.
To me it was like he was attacking me personally. But I am proud to say that for us to be so "racist" that Alabama has come together as one to take care of the ppl that were affected...now tell me who the racist one is.

Desiree - posted on 05/23/2011




I sometimes look at the different posts and even the news and wonder if I am actually living on the same planet as other people. I have definatly decided how ever that the world has gone to pot and taken me right alone with it. I want to get off please. Who do these people think they are to judge others so harshly. God may get angry but he doesn't do things that way. At least not the one I know.

Mrs. - posted on 05/23/2011




That is just insanity. That person has to live with themselves...imagine how what an unhappy place it is to live in that head?

I feel for you. I grew up in the midwest and one summer seven tornadoes hit my one little town. Several people were killed and everyone lost something that day. It is very difficult to recover as a community, but it happens. People become more willing to help one another toward stability.

It is a traumatic experience made to be cheap by one looney. Don't give him anymore attention than you already have. What a wack-job.

Krista - posted on 05/23/2011




Exactly. Whatever asshat wrote that is 10x more intolerant than any racist they're criticizing.

I never read the comments on YouTube. It's an utter cesspool of hatred and ignorance.

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