Reading the Far Left: Left-Wing Wingnuts Call Conservatives What They Are
Out in far left media land, there’s a whole lotta homosexual paranoia going on.
Yes, in the past week, The Advocate called conservatives “wingnuts,” and HotSpots, the most important homosexual magazine in Florida, gloatingly announced: “Creep of the Week: Brazilian Writer & Blogger Julio Severo.”
Actually, several other U.S. homosexual websites, Facebook pages and magazines have also made the same announcement.
If I call a homosexual activist a creep, these same websites, Facebook pages, and magazines will sue me and call me “homophobe” for “reviling” one of them.
In fact, my Facebook account has been blocked for 30 days immediately after my post on a news report about Brazilian neighbors being ordered to pay thousands of dollars for calling a homosexual a “fag.” My post was very clear that I am opposed to name-calling and foul language. Even so, Facebook censored me.
Homosexual activists call me “creep” even on Facebook pages and there is no censorship. No court orders them to pay me thousands of dollars for reviling me. They have been free to revile me. Conclusion: If I want to be free to revile, I should embrace homosexuality. If Facebook would try to block me, I could use the homosexual card and cry “homophobia.” If some magazine or website would call me a “creep,” I could also use the homosexual card and cry “homophobia.” All the media and authorities would support me against the “homophobes.” And I could sue all of “homophobes.”
But what really stands out on extreme left-wing sites are virulently anti-Christian columns, which portray homosexual activists as “victims,” even though the alleged victims are busy attacking Christians — and not attacking Muslims.
Again, The Advocate attacked BarbWire, an evangelical Christian website.
The Advocate is the biggest gay magazine in America and is, in its own words, “The World’s Leading News Source for LGBT.”
The Advocate said,
Speaking of BarbWire, one of its contributors has been reading this column. Julio Severo even played off the title of one of our recent entries; his column is headlined “Reading the Far Left and Its Attack on Breitbart and BarbWire: Gay Perversion, Veiled and Overt.” The illustration was a rainbow flag with a hammer and sickle — for you youngsters out there, the hammer and sickle were on the flag of the former Soviet Union. Nice touch, BarbWire!
Severo noted that we took issue with a Breitbart column that essentially said the LGBT movement used to be OK but has now gone too far left. We expressed a doubt that Breitbart writer Joel B. Pollak would ever actually have supported LGBT rights, but Severo contended that Breitbart cannot truly be conservative because it once employed Milo Yiannapoulos, a gay man.
“Genuine U.S. conservatism, especially evangelical conservatism (which is the most prevalent Christian conservatism in America), sees nothing conservative in homosexuality,” Severo wrote. However, the reason Yiannopoulos found fans at Breitbart was most likely his willingness to at least appeal to racism, transphobia, and other prejudices that are rejected by both liberals and mainstream conservatives. He went too far by appearing to endorse relationships between men and teenage boys, though, leading to the loss of his job as Breitbart tech editor.
Severo went on to defend a BarbWire column The Advocate found objectionable because the author, Robert Oscar Lopez, claimed LGBT people are out to “recruit” children. “The homosexual movement is always preying on children,” Severo asserted. He further defended anti-LGBT columns by himself and other BarbWire contributors, and said Christian churches that accept LGBT people are driven by Satan.
What have I written that The Advocate read that “LGBT people are driven by Satan”? In response to The Advocate saying that there are Christian churches supportive of the homosexual sin, I said,
“Apparently, The Advocate ignores the word apostasy, which is guided by a wicked and sick worldview. The Advocate ignores that the author of apostasy and the acceptance of homosexuality among Christian churches is Satan and his demons. The Advocate also ignores that the Author of all condemnation of homosexuality in the Bible is not man. It is God.”
Christian churches that welcome and love homosexuals to help them find Christ’s deliverance are guided by God, who wants homosexuals delivered from their sin. But Christian churches that welcome the homosexual sin, which is clearly condemned by God, are guided by Satan.
I also said,
“If The Advocate is concerned about real radicalism against homosexuals, it should make a list of Islamic nations that kill homosexuals. It should pressure Trump and his State Department to do to Saudi Arabia and other Muslim nations that kill homosexuals just as what Obama’s State Department did to Russia and what Trump’s State Department does to Russia: sanctions, sanctions and more sanctions.”
The Advocate answered,
“We do not hesitate to condemn any violence based in religious fanaticism. However, we do not condemn the religion itself, be it Islam, Christianity, or anything else.”
Obviously (and this is massively obvious) The Advocate has never sarcastically announced some Saudi Muslim leader as “Person of Year.” But it has sarcastically announced Vladimir Putin as its 2014 “Person of the Year” immediately after Russia approved a law banning homosexual propaganda to children and adolescents. Russia is the largest Christian Orthodox nation in the world.
It is easy to lambast evangelicals, Catholics and Orthodox Christians. Why not lambast Muslims?
I have never seen a homosexual announcement saying: “Creep of the Week: The Saudi Islamic Dictator.”
It very easy for The Advocate to spare some “Christian” churches from attacks, because apostate churches twist the Bible to say that God approves the homosexual sin. Yet, homosexual activists attack the real, non-apostate churches that do not kill homosexuals and that preach, according to the Bible, that God condemns homosexuality.
In contrast, Muslim nations that champion murder of homosexuals are never blacklisted by homosexual activists.
The Advocate has been free to advocate the homosexual sin in the United States, the largest Protestant nation in the world. But would The Advocate be free to advocate the same sin in Saudi Arabia, the most Islamic nation in the world?
Sadly, current America grants excessive freedom to homosexualists — a nonsense never imagined by the U.S. Founders, including the first U.S. president, George Washington, who loathed homosexuality and expelled homosexuals, but never killed them.
As recorded in “The Writings of George Washington” (March 10, 1778, 11:83-84, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1934), George Washington ordered: “At a General Court Marshall … Lieutt. Enslin of Colo. Malcom’s Regiment tried for attempting to commit sodomy, with John Monhort a soldier … and do sentence him to be dismiss’d the service with Infamy. His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief approves the sentence and with Abhorrence and Detestation of such Infamous Crimes orders Liett. Enslin to be drummed out of Camp tomorrow morning by all the Drummers and Fifers in the Army never to return.” (information from William Federer.)
In the other extreme, Saudi Arabia grants no freedom to homosexuals and, additionally, kills them.
So, before attacking allegedly “homophobic” Christians who do not kill homosexuals, I challenge The Advocate and all its supporters to travel to Saudi Arabia and protest in loco homophobic Muslims killing homosexuals. They should hold up signs calling the Saudi dictator a creep. Next, they should return to the U.S. to report if they were successful — of course, if they are allowed to exit Saudi Arabia alive.
Portuguese version of this article: Entendendo a extrema Esquerda: doidos esquerdistas chamam conservadores do que eles são
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