We Need to Break Jaws to Keep the Faecal Masses Down
In what’s got to be one of the weirder rants against gays, an Opera singer Tamar Iveri from Georgia tweeted out her support of violence against gays, calling them “faecal masses.” “I was quite proud of the fact how Georgian society spat at the parade, organized by your team. Often, in certain cases, it is necessary to break jaws in order to be appreciated as a nation in the future, and to be taken into account seriously. Please, stop vigorous attempts to bring West’s ‘faecal masses’ in the mentality of the people by means of propaganda. Do not try to wrap this mass in beautiful packages, pour Chanel perfume on it and present it to people as if it was something of medical, recreational qualities.” Lovely. I’ve got a few choice words to describe people like Miss Iveri, too.
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Now Applies to Christians
Gary Bauer, President of the Family Research Council, thinks Christians can no longer talk about their anti gay views because Obama. “He’s repealed ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ for homosexuals and replaced it with ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ for Christians! If Obama succeeds in turning us into a secular, humanist nation, ripping us out of our Judeo-Christian roots, then the country, the republic will be destroyed.” Aside from the fact that this line is obviously false, as his standing up and speaking about his views without any repercussions proves, it’s a little funny to see someone who supported forcing gays in the military to shut up about who they are (by birth) while now being outraged that he thinks the same is being done by Christians (who are Christian by choice). Not so fun when the shoe’s on the other foot?
I’m Not Comparing Gay Marriage to Slavery…
Ralph Reed pointed out that gay marriage was like slavery, except it’s not. “The battle looked like it was lost, but it really wasn’t. And that’s kind of like where we are right now. Anybody heard lately that we’re losing the marriage issue? Anybody heard that argument? You notice some similarities? I’m not comparing slavery to same-sex marriage, OK? I’m just pointing out that when you have these fights, what’s interesting is that if you look at same-sex marriage, it’s now legal in 17 states.” Funny how he purposely miscounts the states, leaving out OR and PA. We should compile a list of all the things gay marriage is like, according to these nut jobs.
Gays Are Detrimental to Society
Sending a rather mixed message when speaking about LGBT rights, Singaporean Archbishop William Goh said discrimination is never right, but then called gays detrimental to society: “Discrimination of any kind is thus neither pleasing in the eyes of God, nor that of man.However, the Church also believes that when God created man (and woman), He had intended for them to “Be fruitful, multiply, fill the earth and subdue it”. (Genesis 1:28) For this reason, although the Church treats each individual, regardless of his/her sexual orientation, with sensitivity and respect for his/her dignity, she upholds the view that LGBT sexual relationships are not in accordance with the plan of God. ‘This kind of lifestyle should not be promoted by Catholics as it is detrimental to society, is not helpful to integral human development and contrary to Christian values.” He could have just made the point that the church opposes same sex marriage, but they always like to stick in the knife and twist it a little, too.