Well friends, it seems like the bulldog ministries folks want to start a fight, and they want to bring it to our cities and our neighborhoods. These folks have been a virus on our neighborhoods and our city, and it is our job to fight them back.
What they said:
"The last thing that I want to see here in Houston is a up-rour because of my signs that I use in the Montrose. I go into that area with a missionary mentality to share the Gospel, I'm nice and polite. I moved into the Houston area about three and a half years ago and I'm not leaving. If the folks in the Montrose continue to try to chase me off that corner I will bring in the same guys that stirred Salt Lake City to the core. They wont hit that corner like I do for three to four hours. There lawyers will contact the chief of police before they get here and they will hit that corner for eight hours at a time for days on in. They protest gay parades all over the country. What you think can't be done they do easily! They know whats going on here in Houston with my ministry and it will be real easy for them to add Houston to the list of cities that they target. Its your call."
We need all the info that Houston has to offer us on this subject. We will defend our neighborhoods, and we wont give up.
Send your info to Texasantifa@gmail.com
Who They are:
What we know is the man pictured on the left, David Stokes, Is a evangelical 'street preacher' who moved to Houston from Salt Lake City 3 1/2 years ago to bring his message of hate and theological fascism. He organized and is the head of "Bulldog Ministries", a relatively tiny organization (protests that only have him and his son) a sham church based in Baytown, Tx. He is prone to threatening folks with suing activists for non-violent confrontation. As far as we know at this point, he is not prone to physical violence, but he does attempt to intimidate activists who come out.
"for the social war"