Friday, December 19, 2008

Look at whose intolerant now!

President elect Barack Obama and Pastor Rick Warren

Look homosexuals are always attempting to identify their crazy political grab for power and legitimization with Black people and the civil rights movement which was largely created by Blacks and others who risked their lives for racial equality, but where in the 60 years of Black people working for equal rights did anyone see Blacks demanding that White people just simply jump off of the planet? You didn’t.

Through it all Blacks worked with Whites, some of the same Whites that hated them, disrespected them, discriminated against them and carried on the legacy of 250 years of oppression of the Black race. Blacks didn’t demand that White vanish or be otherwise ostracized for slavery and the sequential Jim Crow discrimination that followed for at least another 150 years after slavery.

So why it is that homosexuals, who are attempting to mimic the Black experience, have it so wrong when it comes to the 97% of the population that believes normal heterosexual relations are the foundation on which humanity is built? Homosexuals can not ask 97% of the heterosexual population to go away and neither should heterosexuals feel compelled to stand aside while homosexuals attempt to reinvent definitions of civil rights, marriage and family.

Yet for whatever the reason Barack Obama has asked Rick Warren, Pastor of the Saddleback Church (which Obama and Sen. John McCain had their historical faith meeting earlier this year) to do the honors of the invocation at the Presidential inauguration January 20, 2009.

However according to homosexuals have gone absolutely livid that such an inclusive invitation was extended to a Christian who believes the teachings of his faith regarding homosexuality. (see story)
The rapid, angry reaction from a range of gay activists comes as the gay rights movement looks for an opportunity to flex its political muscle.--BEN SMITH & NIA-MALIKA HENDERSON, Politico
After the somewhat surprising and historic support for marriage in California homosexuals are attacking anyone and everyone who dare oppose their agenda of redefining social and culture norms through Orwellian language and legal coercion.

According to the Politico homosexuals are attempting to force either Obama to change his selection from Warren or they hope Warren will be intimidated into shrieking away from the invitation. In an Orwellian speak laced letter the President of the Human Rights Campaign wrote Mr. Obama:
“Your invitation to Reverend Rick Warren to deliver the invocation at your inauguration is a genuine blow to LGBT Americans,” the president of Human Rights Campaign, Joe Solomonese, wrote Obama Wednesday. “[W]e feel a deep level of disrespect when one of architects and promoters of an anti-gay agenda is given the prominence and the pulpit of your historic nomination.”
There is so much wrong with this type of thinking and on so many levels that I will devote time in the upcoming days on how homosexuals use language to confuse their agenda with the civil rights movement and also how they intend to infuse their deviancy with language of normalcy in order to advance their cause.

Calling for the exclusion of Warren from the inauguration is what one would expect from anti-religionist bigots not a group which is suppose to be advocating for total acceptance and tolerance. To which I say: My, my look at whose intolerant now!

Maybe homosexuals don’t see Christians in this “new era that’s dawning.” Maybe just maybe only those who have been left behind will be in the homosexual vision of a new era!

We can always hope can’t we!

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