Friday, July 29, 2011
Marriage redefiners harming children.
Bradlee Dean fighting homofascism.
(Start at 0:01:48 to save time.)
Although I think that Mr. Dean here should upgrade his appearance to be a more effective servant of the eternally glorious Lord Jesus Christ, I fully support his fight against homofascism and the standard, mischaracterize-then-smear tactic of gay "activists."
Words such as, "anti-gay," "homophobe," "bigot," and "intolerant," are the mischaracterizing, rallying words that inspired my creation of the word "heteroseparatist," and my writings pertaining to heteroseparatism.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Pray the gay away.
Does Joy Behar really think that homosexuality and heterosexuality are comparable? Gay people have the same rights that heterosexuals do, but heterosexuals produce human beings and homosexuals do not produce human beings. It is an undeniable fact that every human being walking this Earth was born as a result of biological material that comes from a man and a woman. Am I "homophobic" for acknowledging this fact?
Very few people, if any, can be healed of their same-sex attraction without knowing and following the eternally glorious Lord Jesus Christ.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Ex-gay protection program.
The subject of this story confirms my observations about the origins of homosexuality; the classic story of the emotionally unavailable and distant father and the intrusive, overbearing mother.
"I don't want to be a target for gay activists," he says as we head out into the misty day. "Harassment like that I just don't need."
"It turns out that I didn't have the faintest idea what love was," he says. That's not all he didn't know. He also didn't know that his same-sex attraction, far from being inborn and inescapable, was a thirst for the love that he had not received from his father, a cold and distant man prone to angry outbursts, coupled with a fear of women kindled by his intrusive and overbearing mother, all of which added up to a man who wanted to have sex with other men just so he could get some male attention. He didn't understand any of this, he tells me, until he found a reparative therapist whom he consulted by phone for nearly 10 years, attended weekend workshops, and learned how to "be a man."
"...But Aaron scoffs at these notions, insisting that his wish to go straight had nothing to do with right-wing religion or politics—he's a nonobservant Jew and a lifelong Democrat who volunteered for George McGovern, has a career in public service, and thinks George Bush is a war criminal. It wasn't a matter of ignorance—he has an advanced degree—and it really wasn't a psychopathological thing—he rejects the idea that he's ever suffered from internalized homophobia. He just didn't want to be gay, and, like millions of Americans dissatisfied with their lives, he sought professional help and reinvented himself...."
Look at 0:01:27 of this video.
Although same-sex "marriage" won't stop children from being born as one man in this video states, defining marriage as being between one man and one woman doesn't violate the civil rights of anyone. "Marriage equality" already exists due to the fact that everyone has the same right to marry one member of the opposite sex that I do.
Also, look at the homofascist in the red t-shirt snatch away the sign of the true marriage supporter, at 1:27. Is it my imagination, or is it true that homofascists only attack people that look like they can't defend themselves?
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
New Yorkers powering-up to take back their right to vote.
"Back room tactics were rampant in the passage of this law," Staver wrote in a statement announcing Liberty Counsel's assistance in the filing of the suit. "New York law requires that the government be open and transparent to keep political officials responsible. When government operates in secret and freezes out the very people it is supposed to represent, the entire system fails. … The law should be set aside and the process should begin again to allow the people a voice in the process."
For more info click here.
Sunday, July 24, 2011
R.I.P. Amy Winehouse.
I didn't think that her life would unfold in a positive way when she sang about her dedication to drugs in her song "Rehab." What a sad and unnecessary loss.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Move over Vaughn Walker.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
New Yorkers standing up for marriage.
I didn't think that New Yorkers were going to let their right to vote on the definition of marriage be taken away from them. This video shows that there are still people in the Empire State that have sexual sanity.
Yet again I offer proof that "tolerance" is a one-way street in the glbt community.
In any conflict between two entities, the wrongdoer wants to silence his opponent, but the person who is right wants his opponent to speak, so that all may see where his opponent is wrong. For example...
"...Just this past May, Savage demanded that a Canadian politician “Suck my d***, John.” That politician’s crime? He held an opposing position on the gay agenda. Five months earlier, in a single Newsweek article, Savage said “F**K John McCain,” and called Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia a “c**ksucker.”
And the anti-bullying activist has no qualms about trying to bully media outlets into removing conservative voices from the air. In 2010, he told CNN’s Kyra Phillips:..."
My supporting info is here.
Ex-gay Steven Bennett speaks to Joy Behar.
You can tell that this guy used to be a spotlight homosexual by how he walks over his wife's conversation as she is talking, and he makes the classic mistake of referring to homosexuality as a singular choice instead of the result of a string of choices. Also, look at how uncomfortable Ms. Behar is at the mere mention of "ex-gay."
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
<---These people want to redefine marriage, but the glbt community won't support them. Wait...hold on a minute. Waaa? Weren't the polygamists the first social group that wanted to redefine marriage in the United States of America? Is this yet another homofascist inconsistency? A "yahi"?
"...Pro-family activists have long warned that redefining marriage to include two men or two women would inevitably lead to legalized polygamy, with polygamists employing the “equality” and “consensual” rhetoric of the gay rights movement. However, gay rights commentators immediately distanced themselves from the polygamists’ suit, with one prominent commentator calling it “a political gift to anti-gay groups nationwide.”..."
Yahi story here.
Give gays puzzles!
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Where anti-hetero SB 48 went wrong.
Pacific Islanders, European Americans, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and
transgender Americans, and members of other ethnic and cultural
groups, to the economic, political, and social development of
California and the United States of America, with particular emphasis
on portraying the role of these groups in contemporary society. ..."
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Christian parents' rights outlawed in California's public schools.
As of today, with Governor Jerry Brown's signing of SB 48 into law, a parent who has a child in the public school system in California, can NOT exclude their child from a class in which homosexuality is portrayed as a normal sexual activity.
The violation of the parental rights of those who don't support the sexual activities of the glbt community is now legal in California's public schools.
Also, it is now illegal to say anything "negative" about homosexuality in California's public school system. This very blog is now illegal in California's public schools. A Bible is now illegal in CA's schools. Quoting scripture from the Bible that tells the truth about homosexual sin is now illegal in Homofornia's public schools. Is the word,"heteroseparatist," now illegal in the Golden State's public schools too?
Who can deny that SB 48 violates the parental rights of those who don't support the sexual activities of the glbt community? Is there anyone out there who is so crazy that they think that this legal trampling of the civil rights of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim parents is a good thing?
Today, 14 July 2011, homofascism has been embraced by California's government. My supporting info is here. <---The 6000+ comments on this story that were 96% pro-hetero were removed by the San Francisco-based (go figure!) software company DISQUS.
(Info on home-schooling is here.)
Marriage was founded by God himself in the Garden of Eden. It is to be between one man and one woman, and the married couple are not to have sexual relations with anyone except each other. Sex outside of marriage will lead to great emotional pain at the very least.
This is heart-wrenching to me. Dan Savage is laughing his way into the wrath of God. Mr. Savage won't be laughing when he's standing before Jesus Christ. This is a prime example of how the acceptance of same-sex "marriage" will adveresely affect true marriage; those who accept same-sex "marriage," will accept adultry. And it is still adultry if your spouse consents to you having sex with another person.
God clearly tells us to honor marriage.
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Will parental rights be outlawed by gays in California's Government?
Friday, July 8, 2011
I think that I have posted this video before, but I don't feel like doing the research and this video has resurfaced. My motivation for creating the word "heteroseparatist," can be seen at 3:58 in this video.
I also want to note that, according to the Word of God, heterosexuals who embrace sexual sin are two groups to be excluded from God's eternal Kingdom, before homosexuals. My info is here. This is why I worship and serve the eternally glorious Lord Jesus Christ, His written word obliterates the arguments of the evil one and his followers.
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Misconduct in New York Senate creates gay "marriage."
Politicians are so homophobic (afraid of the gay community) now, that they will break the law to show how gay-friendly they are. This is how same-sex "marriage" became legal in the empire state.
“...King explained that turmoil on the Senate floor erupted after senators discovered that they were barred from explaining their votes. Same-sex “marriage” proponent and Democrat Senator Kevin Parker, who disclosed what happened at the Senate to the Gazette, was one of them.
“I go to the door, and I tried to leave, and they had us locked in. I tried to leave, and they had us locked on to the floor,” Parker told the Gazette. After he made it out of the chamber, he continued, “One sergeant of arms physically grabbed me....”
Supporters of true marriage threatened.
• "I will kill you and your family."
• "Oh my God, This woman is so f---ing stupid. Someone please shoot her in the head, again and again. And again."
• "I'm going to kill the pastor."
• "If I had a gun I would have gunned you down along with each and every other supporter…"
• "We're going to kill you."
• "You're dead. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon … you're dead."
• "I'm a gay guy who owns guns, and he's my next target."
• "I warn you, I know how to kill, I'm an ex-special forces person."
• "Get ready for retribution all you bigots."
• Burn their f---ing churches to the ground, and then tax the charred timbers."
The evidence included churches marred by graffiti, swastikas on lawns and walls, bricks thrown through windows and doors, adhesive poured into locks, suspicious packages of white powder sent in the mail – "all for nothing more than supporting traditional marriage."
Friday, July 1, 2011
Is SSM in New York legal?
I think that people are starting to see the difference between race and sexual behavior when the glbt community compares the definition of true marriage to the historic oppressions suffered by African-American people in the United States.
“...At the very least, the procedure for passage of same-sex marriage in the New York Senate contravenes the principles underlying the constitutional provisions noted above. Those provisions attempt to secure an open, transparent and deliberative process. By contrast, the procedure followed to get the same-sex marriage bill through as quickly as possible was characterized by secrecy, curtailed discussion and top-down control. The important changes to the bill's religious exemption were not only not explored at any length, but the attempt of Senator Ruben Diaz to ask questions about these provisions (which had only become public a few hours before) was completely foreclosed. ...”