Sunday, April 19, 2009

Radical gays

As a former homosexual, I have alot of experience in the gay community. I have lived among them for a decade and saw teh ins and outs of the "lifestyle". I know their dirty laundry, all the things that they do not want anyone to know; how despicable they can truly be, how evil their sexual acts really are, etc. However, one of the main reason I no longer have gay friends is because I could see what was happening to them as a group. In the last 10 years or so, the entire gay community (minus a few small groups like the Log Cabin Republicans) have become a vicious and utterly anti-family hate group. The promotion of a radical homosexual agenda is their goal, and they are willing to run over (and even kill) people who do not agree with them. Their allies in the mainstream media even cover up their more heinous crimes like kidnapping of straight men (and their eventual rape) as well as children and young boys. The gay "community" which says they value "diversity" is actually a hard-core left-wing hate machine that has declared war on the family, on "breeders" (that is the ugly vicious term they call straight people), and Christians. Their all-out fight against the church began decades ago but now the homosexuals have become more militant, actually taking over and interrupting church services across the country and sending phony anthrax attacks against the Mormons for daring to support pro-family legislation. These "radical fags" (which many of them proudly call themselves) have decided that open warfare against all who oppose them in America is the goal; to utterly crush anyone who "oppresses" them, which could literally mean anything from disliking their clothes to not letting them indoctrinate your children about how "gay is good". Homosexuality is not only an offense against the natural order but against God as well, every major religion condemns homosexuals. In the Bible, there are numerous places that God condemns it utterly; from Sodom and Gomorrah to Leviticus, from Romans and Corinthians to Jude and Revelation, the Bible is clear; homosexuality is a sin and God did not create people to be gay. He couldn't possibly condemn them if He created them that way, which is why gays are desperate to "prove" that they were born that way. Sexuality is far more fluid than people think, and its not genetic; I know because I have seen people go from straight to gay, and gay to straight, as well as bisexuals. The one real hypocrisy is that gays believe you can go from straight to gay, but not the other way (which has been proven thousands of time,s but they do not want to hear that). My closest friend, Elbie, was married to a man for decades, then became a Christian and eventually married a woman, but the radical gays will vilify him for it, will condemn him, will say its all a lie, whatever. I know that what happened to Elbie was true, that he changed and I myself am in the process of changing (I am about 95% there). The sad thing is that gays have sided with the god of this world (the Devil) and are waging an all-out fight against Christians and anyone who opposes them. I even knew that they would get to the point where they would try and kill people who do not believe the way they do (see the picture below). Now, I believe that when someone says you should die because of your beliefs, they should receive the same; they should expect the same. It's utterly sad how we have abandoned the live-and-let-live philosophy of this society and embraced a totalitarian idealism that it is okay to suppress your neighbor if they don't believe what is politically correct. You can even loose your job nowadays if you say something bad to someone who is gay. It truly is a sad state of affairs where we are at now as a nation, but we'd better fight back for what we believe in, or else we'll loose it all...and your children will loose as well.



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Death threats target opponents of 'gay' promotion
'Actions of Day of Silence supporters are speaking louder than the silence'
Posted: April 18, 2009
12:15 am Eastern
By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

At least one pro-family organization that has opposed the pro-homosexual "Day of Silence" is being targeted with hate e-mails and telephone calls, including suggestions that officials go and kill themselves.

"You may not be gay, but you may be next," said one e-mail, which included a photograph of a casket, according to Karen England, executive director of the Sacramento-based Capitol Resource Institute.

England said the hate has flooded in since her organization joined the "Day of Silence Walkout." She also confirmed to WND that she has filed a police report on the threats.

WND reported earlier this week on a multitude of organizations across the nation that oppose the DOS promotion in public schools sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network.

Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute noted the goal cited by GLSEN is to reduce bullying on school campuses, especially bullying perceived as targeting homosexual students or those with other "alternative' sexual lifestyles.

"No one supports bullying," she told WND. "Every school has more than ample anti-bullying policies in place. … For GLSEN, the means by which they want to end bullying is to normalize volitional homosexual conduct."

England told WND that another message was, "I wish you would just go kill yourself."

Message delivered to California pro-family organization

"If this is the kind of atmosphere we get just for asking kids to stay home, in an e-mail, can you imagine what is like for kids refusing to stay silent?" she said.

She also said teachers should focus on academic subjects, not changing minds about sexual issues.

"The actions of Day of Silence supporters are speaking louder than the silence," England said.

She said she is urging the walkout "because students should be free to support traditional marriage and relationships, without their peers seeing them as bigots."

The official day for the event is today, but opponents note some schools observe it on other days.

England said the Day of Silence "falsely equates being anti-harassment with being in favor of social activism in the schools. CRI strongly opposes all harassment. Teachers and students, however, should always be able to speak at school. The classroom is not an appropriate setting for social activism and protest."

England's organization has posted a video on YouTube, which also has been embedded here (Advisory: The video is not recommended viewing for children):

"Many people who support traditional values are called right wing extremists, and Homeland Security says it is concerned about us. Maybe Homeland Security should be more concerned about assessing the threats we are receiving than about us as a threat to others," England said.

GSLEN has sponsored the nationwide silent protest every April for the last 12 years. The event is said to be a showing of support for "gay," lesbian, bisexual and transgender victims of violence and bullying. According to GSLEN's 2005 National School Climate Survey, four out of five LGBT children experience harassment in school. The organization claims 64 percent of "gay" students feel unsafe at school because of their sexual orientation and 41 percent because of their "gender expression."

GLSEN claims there are about 4,000 homosexual clubs now in American high schools and middle schools.

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