Homosexual ‘Fairness’: Truth Silenced, Lies Compulsory
As I share a few examples of the deep-seated scheming of the homo-suppressionists, one of the first reactions will invariably be, âNot all homosexuals are like this!â Then, itâs about high time for the liberty-lovers in the homosexual ranks to start loudly condemning the âgayâ onslaught against free speech, conscience rights and religious expression (just to name a few). Because one thing is for sure, those who âare like thisâ havenât held back their aggression one bit; they have nearly drowned out all rational, civil debate. In fact, if they had their way, Christianity would be a criminal act or certainly banished from âpolite society.â So, the deafening silence of these mysteriously absent âreasonableâ homosexuals is starting to make me think that they actually operate more as a monolithic monster.
The homosexual effort to silence all voices of dissent seems today like some sort of evil Energizer Bunny. They never give it a rest. The homo-maniacal foot soldiers are constantly on the march/watch for the next perceived âviolationâ of the fascist âgayâ dogma. Their modus operandi sounds eerily similar to totalitarian regimes which recruit family members to spy on one another. Step out of line, and who knows what will happen.
As Liberty Unyielding reported:
Welcome to Round 100,000 of a sparring match that is destined to end never. In this corner is Daniel Mingo, ârecoveringâ homosexual and founder of Abbaâs Delight. And in this corner is anÂ estimated 9 million gay Americans, who claim they would rather fight than switch.
Scratch that. The going scientific hypothesis among militant gays is that theyÂ canâtÂ switch â that, to quote advice columnist andÂ same-sex marriage proponent Dear Abby, âthey are born that way.â
Mingo, who âwalked away from homosexuality 21 years ago because [he] knew it wasnât in line with Godâs will for [his] life,â apparently forgot about the unwritten âgayâ speech codes.Â After all, itâs very easy to forget about something that only exists in the minds of deluded extremists. Yet, merely purchasing advertising space from a local billboard company and posting the message, âNot everyone who is gay is happy. You have options,â is more than enough to bring out the real haters.
Chris Hartman, who is ironically the director of the Fairness Campaign for the Louisville area, told reporters:
“An organization like this really needs to be shut down. To suggest that this organization is going to help someone is an exact obfuscation of the truth, itâs the opposite; theyâre going to harm 90 percent of the people that walk in and out of their door.”
In the name of âfairnessâ no less, Hartman and his homosexual hordes are just chomping at the bit to stomp on the freedom of anyone who has the nerve to âoffendâ them. Letâs see, how many First Amendment protections is Mr. Hartman advocating that we jettison? It sounds to me like the freedoms of religion, speech, and assembly just for starters? But if it werenât for that pesky old Constitution and a few conscientious law-abiding decision makers (and even that doesnât always do the trick) to restrain people like him, then that is exactly what Hartman would love to see happen. Sadly, he doesnât represent an isolated example. Hartman is actually the epitome of the typical homosexual activist.
In case you have forgotten, let me just remind you of a few examples (not including Phil Robertson) of what the notorious homosexual activists have done already:
In April of 2013, âgay rightsâ advocates pounced on Chris Broussard, an ESPN commentator on âOutside the Lines,âÂ â evidently he stepped outside the PC approved lines â after he stated that NBA player Jason Collins’ homosexual lifestyle was inconsistent with Scripture. Broussard’s statement came only after being asked a very specific on-air question about the compatibility of homosexuality with Christianity. Simply put, Â he was asked a question, and he shared his honest, sincerely held belief on the matter. For this âinfraction,â Broussard drew a firestorm of criticism, controversy, and calls for his immediately termination or suspension. If the homosexual fascists had gotten their way, people like Broussard would be out in the cold with their rights clearly infringed.
In September 2013, a Fox Sports college football analyst, Craig James, wasnât so lucky. He was fired after just one week on the job. James, a former NFL player, ran an unsuccessful campaign in 2012 for the Texas Senate seat now held by Ted Cruz (R). During aÂ campaign debate, he said that gays would âhave to answer to the Lord for their actions.â James also said, to applause, that being gay âis a choiceâ and those who âchoose to do thatâ will be held accountable before God. Lost in the haze of homosexual fury was that fact that he made these comments about âgaysâ in the context of explaining how âGodâs going to judge each one of us in this room for our actions.â James added: âWe should not give benefits to those civil unions. They should not occur. We have to stay strong on this, this is importantâŠWe have a fiscal issue in this countryâŠWe also have a moral issue in this country.â When the Fox executives caught wind of the debate video, they fired him immediately. One Fox spokesman told the Dallas Morning News, âWe just asked ourselves how Craigâs statements would play in our human resources department. He couldnât say those things here.â This, of course, ignores the fact that James did not state these things in the human resources department, or on the air, or in any capacity that represented Fox News. James is still legally fighting his wrongful termination.
In 2010 GLAAD ran a high pressure campaign targeting then-CNN anchor Kyra Phillips for including former homosexual Richard Cohen (author of âComing Out Straightâ) in an on-air debate over a piece of pro-âgayâ legislation opposite the Democratic California Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal, who sponsored the bill. The next day, Phillips issued a special on-air statement about the GLAAD campaign touting her “unswerving support for all communities in the battle for human rights, including gays, lesbians, and transgendered individuals.” In the statement, she conceded, âRichard Cohen was not the most appropriate guest to have on,” earning praises from GLAAD. Once again, another reporter fearfully caved to GLAADâs notorious stiff-arm bullying tactics, and the fair media reporting of both sides of a hotly-contested issue was summarily brought to an end. The traditional point of view was silenced.Â That’s how they usually âwinâ the debate these daysÂ â by shutting down the other side.
As Dr. Michael Brown stated in a recent article, Time to Stand Up to the Gay Censors:
The truth is that GLAAD has been on a campaign for years to censor all opposing viewpoints, as I noted in March, 2012: âThis sums up the duplicity of GLAAD: It urges the media to beware of conservative Christian leaders like [the late] Chuck Colson, Maggie Gallagher, and Tony Perkins [and me too!], even calling on CNN to ban some of them from appearing on their showsâŠAnd for those who claim that GLAAD is not trying to engage in censorship, note well that at the end of 2010, GLAAD launched a petition drive urging CNN to Make a New Year’s Resolution: Keep Away From the Anti-Gay Industry. Yes, said GLAAD, ‘It’s time for outlets to finally drop several hundred pounds of unhealthy weight, which they’ve been carrying around for years, in the form of anti-gay activistsâŠCNN and the rest of the media are doing nothing but exposing their viewers to dangerous anti-gay rhetoric when they invite members of these anti-gay groups onto their programming. Starting in 2011, this needs to stopââŠGLAAD even asks its constituents to alert themÂ [via their on-line Commentator Accountability Project â Contact form] if people like me (or Jim Daly of Focus on the Family, or psychiatrist and Fox News contributor Keith Ablow, or political consultant Gary Bauer, or Princeton professor Robert George, among many others) appear on the mainstream media.
Or what about the uproar over pro-traditional marriage Prop. 8? DoÂ you remember how ugly things got in California during the 2008 heated Prop. 8 debate?
According to California state law, if a resident donates $100 or more in support/opposition to a ballot initiative in California, then their full name, occupation and employer must be disclosed to the public. Armed with this information, âgayâ activists, and their supporters, utilized GoogleMaps and published maps on-line which indicated where Prop. 8 supporters lived and worked. The result was that the supporters of traditional marriage found themselves instantly in the cross-hairs of angry supporters of same-sex âmarriage.â Several individuals reported receiving harassing and threatening phone calls, e-mails, voicemails, and other mailings. In some cases, they even received unwelcome visits at their homes or places of employment. The intended purpose was to intimidate or have people lose their jobs, which actually did happen in some instances. Many had their homes, vehicles, fences and garages vandalized. âYes on 8â signs were stolen from yards and various locations (1/3 of the estimated 25,000 such signs were stolen or vandalized), and some individuals were even the victims of violent attacks. In one instance, a 76-year-old man and his 77-year-old wife were physically assaulted on their own front lawn by a 53-year-old man while he was replacing their âYes on 8â sign with a âNo on 8â one.Â
Finally, getting back to Daniel Mingo, he is very explicit about the ministry purpose of Abbaâs Delight: [O]ur ministry doesnât go after people who are happy being gay. In fact, we donât go after people at all â they come to us.”
Obviously, we canât say the same for the homofascists. They go after Christians, and anyone with the godly gumption to defy them, with both barrels blazing.
Therefore, itâs time to stop playing patty-cake in this debate or burying our heads in the sand, hoping it will all just go away â because itâs not going away; itâs only going to get much worse. Storm Clouds from âacross the pondâ are gathering and heading this way.
This battle for truth and freedom is not for the faint of heart, but we must oppose them now before itâs too late. Or the U.S. Constitution will become nothing more than a museum piece in memorial to a period long past. Liberty will only be a faint memory of a bygone era, unless we draw a line and stand our ground.
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