North Carolina Baptist Pastor Charles Worley’s Final Solution To The Gay Problem In America: Concentration Camps With Electrified Fences

I’m dumbfounded. This man claims to be a follower of Hitler Jesus.


If Charles Worley’s Baptist congregation is not independent, but part of a larger denominational affiliation of Baptist congregations, then it’s incumbent upon the leaders of this affiliation to speak to what he’s saying (because he’s expressing support, from his pulpit, for the annihilation of a whole class of human beings).

If you would like to send Charles Worley a letter of protest, the address of his church in North Carolina is the following:

Providence Road Baptist Church

3283 Providence Mill Rd, Maiden, NC 28650

And, yes, a protest—presumably not far from Worley’s church—is being organized via Facebook for May 27th, 2012. See here. But I’m most interested in knowing which parts of the larger Baptist church this man’s congregation is affiliated.

Albert Mohler, for example, is President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Does Worley’s church affiliate with the Southern Baptists, and if so, what is Albert Mohler’s response to this?

I want to hear from Baptist leaders. This is a Martin Niemoller moment.

The below quote of Martin Niemöller is a familiar one, but it deserves to be brought to consciousness in this context. This is Niemoller exactly as he is said to have put it to a Frankfurt congregation in 1946:

“THEY CAME FIRST for the Communists,
and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist.

THEN THEY CAME for the trade unionists,
and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist.

THEN THEY CAME for the Jews,
and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew.

and by that time no one was left to speak up.”

About Santi Tafarella

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11 Responses to North Carolina Baptist Pastor Charles Worley’s Final Solution To The Gay Problem In America: Concentration Camps With Electrified Fences

  1. The most striking thing he said, for me, was “Can you imagine kissing some man?” It makes him puking sick. But were there any women (straight women) in his congregation? He has no empathy at all. As for us dying out, does he imagine that we do not have straight parents? Or that homosexuality is in some way infectious, so that if all the gays were sent away, no-one would catch the sin, or get the idea?

    What I loved about what he said was his hurt and perplexity. This is a man ranting for death camps, yes, but he sees himself as the victim. He knows we are winning.

    • Santi Tafarella says:

      Hitler saw himself and the German people as victims as well. Self-pity, resentment, self-absorption, and perceptions of victimhood characterize, not just the antisemite, but the anti-homosexual.


    • Freddy Brown says:

      Charles Worley is a man of God, he said things that many wish to but scared to say because of fear of the devils. We all know where gay people are supposed to be (Sodoma & Gomora).
      People interprate the bible as if it is US’s constitution (law), Bible is holy, raw & pure, & therefore its meaning do not change with time to accomodate the so called satanic human rights made or fabricated by men to pursue their own mal intended goals.
      Gay people are dirty & bring nothing good but misery into our world, we must therefore work together to make sure that the goverments around the world stop recognising their rights.

      Pastor Worley you are not alone, the whole world is behind you & we are urging you to continue telling the truth.

      Man kissing another man!!?
      Man marrying another man!!?
      Woman having sex with another woman!!?, it is ridiculous,disgusting,unimaginable,against the nature & more to that against God’s will.

      Go to hell gay people go to hell

      May God bless Pastor Charles Worley & give him strenght to fight the devils.

  2. Guy says:

    It’s truly sad that some people believe that Worley’s message has any Scriptural basis. Thank God I’m not a Baptist.

  3. Johnny says:

    “The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today is Christians who acknowledge Jesus with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their words and lifestyle.That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable. Today’s “Christian Taliban” like Worley are doing a better job of driving people away from the message of Christ than Satan ever could.

    • Santi Tafarella says:

      I agree with you. There just aren’t that many serious nonviolent and non-wealthy Christians in the world, are there? In other words, how many people do you know who have sold everything they have (as Jesus instructed the rich young ruler to do) and live a life of love and truthfulness, following his difficult path?

      How many Arthur Blessetts (sp?) do you know?


    • William says:

      Thank you Johnny. I couldn’t have said it better.

  4. hatesinlovethesinner says:

    you WIERDO’s need to mind your own business and it is called freedom of speach REMEMBER????? I am sick of pulling up at a redlight and hearing cussing and profanilty coming from cars with the music blasting.. and I am sick of QUEERS… that is what I said QUEERS… go back in your closet and throw away the key.. you WIERDO!!!

  5. concerned christian says:

    Pastor Charles Worley have a much smaller audience and followers than Reverend Wright and I have not seen any Republican Politician rushing to align himself with this Pastor’s crazy position, while we have some Democrats who do not totally denounce Reverend Wright’s position as noted here.

    • Santi Tafarella says:

      Well then, how about a Sister Souljah moment for some Baptists (or Mitt Romney himself). Here’s an opportunity to distance oneself from an obscene position. Why the crickets?

      • concerned christian says:

        Santi, you forgot that for that Baptist Preacher, Mitt is not even a Christian, so why do you want him to get involved in this debacle, probably the Pastor holds as much a low opinion for Mormons as he holds for Homosexuals.
        As for the Baptist Church, what I know about them is that they are a loosely coupled organization, and I am not really sure if this Pastor has any link to any other Church. BTW when I tried to look for his Church I stumbled on another Baptist Church who has the misfortune that its name is similar to his Church and they needed to post a disclaimer that they have nothing to do with this Pastor’s Church.
        On the other hand, Obama attended Rev. Wright’s Church, and for few years, he considered him to be his Pastor so he needed to distance himself from the reverend’s message.

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