Video game ‘Kill the Gays’ created by self-proclaimed ‘Christians’

Kill the FaggotsA so-called Christian game developer has created a game called Kill the Faggots.

Here’s the game description:

“Hate gays? Want to unleash your frustration with the ‘LGBT’ community? Well now is your chance.

“Murder gays and transgenders [sic] while avoiding killing straight people. Get points before time runs out.”

The directions are in the photo above.

The game was created by Skaldic Games, “an independent game studio that strives to bring unique game and app ideas to life since 2012.” Skaldic Games is based in Los Angeles, according to their website.

Their game was uploaded to Steam Greenlight, an online gaming community where developers can test its new products. Steam pulled the game off its site after complaints and said it didn’t vet games before they were uploaded to the site.

Skaldic said an apology wasn’t going to happen. They were going for outrage and attacking political correctness. Their next game, they promise, will be more offensive.

Maybe even reporting on this just gives these creeps the publicity they were going for.

—  David Taffet

First Baptist Dallas launches ‘Grinch Alert’

Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church of Dallas

You all remember Pastor Robert Jeffress over at First Baptist Church in Dallas, right? He’s the one who riled up the LGBT community a couple of years ago with his “Gay is Not OK” sermon.

Well, now Pastor Jeffress is at it again. He and his church have created a new website,, to warn us all about those horrible business people who have the nerve to say something like “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas,” or who, even worse, don’t recognize the Christian holiday at all.

So if someone or some business pisses you off while you are out commercializing Christmas this year, you can go to this website and post a comment designating them as “naughty.” And if they spell out “Jesus is the Reason for the Season” on their chain link fence using colored plastic cups and Christmas lights, you can go to the site and reward them with a “nice” post.

Jeffress told Dallas Morning News: “Too many businesses have bowed down to political correctness. I thought this would be a fun way to call out businesses that are refusing to celebrate Christmas.”

He also told the Morning News that First Baptist isn’t creating any standards on what determines “naughty” or “nice,” and that the church won’t be monitoring the site to protect businesses owned by non-Christians. I wonder if that means if I go to the site and add a post declaring Pastor Jeffress and his church are “naughty” because he is a completely hateful, bigoted jackass, that they will leave it up there? Or would they remove it and add me to the “naughty” list instead?

It’s tempting, but I will refrain. Instead, I will just offer this reminder to Pastor Jeffress and others like him: In the New Testament, in one of the Gospels, there is a story about how the Pharisees tried to trick Jesus into saying something that would get him in trouble, so they asked him, “What is the most important commandment?” (The trick, of course, is that no one commandment should be considered more important than any other.)

Jesus replied, “Love your neighbor as yourself, and love God above all else. Do that, and you will be following all the commandments.”

So here’s my message to Pastor Jeffress: Jesus said love your neighbor as yourself, and guess what — not all your neighbors are Christians. Don’t you think is is a little less than loving to expect them to kowtow to your religious beliefs by saying Merry Christmas, and by chiding them on your ridiculous website because they prefer to say “Happy Holidays” instead?

—  admin