Posted by: Ken Riter | February 2, 2012

Protest Against Dominion Covenant Will Continue Through February.

OMAHA, NE – Protests against the Dominion Covenant Anti-LGBT Cult will continue through the month of February, Sundays from 9am to 11am at the intersection of 67th and Dodge St.  Please bring any signs admonishing hate, the UNO Thompson Alumni Center and the Dominion Covenant Cult. If you can make it, that is great and would be greatly appreciated.  Please share the information so others will know, too! You can also join at the protest’s FaceBook Events Page.  For a reminder of what they do, visit their online PDF. If that link doesn’t work, go here.

I am also asking that people continue to send emails or call the UNO Thompson Alumni Center asking them to stop allowing the hateful Dominion Covenant Cult to conduct their business there. As a reminder, the Dominion Covenant Pastor supports the Death Penalty on homosexuals and adulterers.

You can contact the UNO Thompson Alumni Center CEO:

The UNO Thompson Alumni Center:                                                                                      Lee Denker
President and CEO, UNO Alumni Association
6705 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE  68182

Also, I would like to announce that I am trying to collect as much information as possible on Omaha and Nebraska based anti-LGBT hate groups. If you have any information, let me know so I can get it from you.   Things that are helpful to obtain are any tangible information or documentation, like flyers, newsletters, mailings, emails or signs that have the group’s name with their anti-LGBT soundbites. I would like to gather as much information as I can for each group, organize it for each group and send off the information to hate group experts so that we can get these type of groups listed on hate group listings across the country.  Nebraska has 8 hate groups within its borders, but none are listed as anti-LGBT, but you and I know they are here.  Where ever there are queers, there are hate groups.  I can’t think of a better way to neutralize a hate groups’ ability to network with corporations and politicians than making them forbidden fruit.   No one wants to be associated with a certified hate group. Once again, thanks for reading, and thanks in advance for any information you find.


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