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Revealing Headlines On the Real State of America November 18, 2007

Posted by Daniel Downs in Chrisitanity, church, civil rights, Constitution, discrimination, disnformation, gay politics, lawlessness, liberalism, news, religion, sex, tolerance, violence.

The following are a few headlines with links and commentary revealing the true state of America.

Homosexual activists terrorize Boston church during ex-Gay conference while police watch.

The main focus of the conference was about how gays may come out of the gay lifestyle through a relationship with God. The near riotous, loud and disruptive protest was waged against perceived hate–at least that was what thy chanted and some of their poster claimed.
The event reminds me of the biblical account of Sodom and Gomorrah recorded in Genesis chapters 18 and 19. The only real difference between the ancient and current event was the intended outcome of the attack. The gays intended to do sexual violence against the two holy men of God visiting Sodom and gay in Boston intended to do violence to stop they contrary judgments of men with the Baptist church. Apparently gays cannot accept the idea of criticism or judgment. Yet, we are supposed to believe that such is an act of hate. We are supposed to accept laws forbidding such as hateful discrimination.

Two other observations about this headline event in Boston needs mention. One, the news media gave this riot absolutely no coverage. For the most part, the liberal media’s long history of silence about the gay agenda is not a sign of moral disapproval. It is a form of censorship and approval. By its silence, it has prevented the general public from knowing or understanding the growth and political entrenchment of the gay movement. The problems of disease introduced into society through the gay community also has been kept out of public view, according to David Horowitz’s research. Same-sex marriage is supposed to alleviate this societal threat. That is not likely to happen because some medical studies show a larger majority are bi-sexual than are real lifestyle gays.

Two, the violent gay mob had no permit and no right to protest, to disturb the peace, or to prevent a lawful assembly. The rights of Christians were being violated not gays. However, the police took no legal action. Looking at the photos, the police did prevent the mob from entering the church. Nevertheless, the police did not disperse the mob nor make any arrests. Apparently gays are truly a special class of citizens. Like the liberal lawmakers who have and are attempting to pass more law to protect this special class of people, they are allowed to break laws and violate the rights of others with impunity.

The world is becoming a Sodom and Gomorrah kind of place. To consider the evidence, read the article “Homosexual activists terrorize Boston church during ex-Gay conference while police watch” and view the pictures.

2,400 Lawmakers Warn of Kinsey Influence

This is a old World Net Daily headline referring to a scholarly monograph titled, “Restoring Legal Protections for Women And Children: A Historical Analysis of The States Criminal Codes.” As published by the American Legislative Exchange Council, the monograph presents evidence of “illegal and criminal acts masquerading as science.” Based mostly on Alfred Kinsey’s bogus sex research, the paper details how “a pornography-addicted, sadomasochistic, bi/homosexual pedophile propagandist was able to launch the sexual revolution, reduce sex crime penalties and sabotage American sex law.”

Here is a report by a large group of legislators and policy advocates whose research shows current sex-related laws are bases on the fraudulent implementation of junk science. Yet, the gay agenda marches on as does many other sex related issues. Here again, illegal laws are not laws, they are acts of lawlessness. Because legislatures or judges make them, does make them any more lawless. That is Judge Robert Bork’s conclusion on many modern judicial rulings. I suspect that is how Judge Bork would regard Polk County Judge Robert Hanson’s ruling that Iowa’s 1998 Defense of Marriage Act violates the constitutional rights of due process and equal protection of six gay couples. many judges use those clauses make ruling based on their personal preferences and not on any original intent of Constitutional law or precedent. Anyway, read the article for yourself. See also the next post titled Major FBI Whistleblower Story Breaking This Weekend.

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