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Politically Correct Queer-Fascism

Queer fascists have made a clear choice to discriminate, they are discriminating in favor of queers and against [hetero]sexuals, against people who speak out in positive affirmation of their religious faith and belief in traditional moral values and against those who criticize homosodomy. What is occurring in the United States and many other Western countries today mirrors the systematic oppression of Jews by Nazis and what has occurred in other countries when fascism takes root.  

In one of his biweekly columns (which was canceled after writing it) for Michigan State University's student newspaper (04/03/00), libertarian Jason Van Dyke dared to criticize the PC totalitarians of MSU. "the minute you even start questioning their agenda...When a person speaks out in opposition to their movement, whether for religious reasons or otherwise, they are instantly branded bigots and hate mongers."..."Gay rights activists who claim to be teaching tolerance and ridding the world of ignorance are actually some of the most bigoted and intolerant people."...
  "All we have heard is a message of ignorance — that to be against the homosexual lifestyle means you must be a hateful and despicable person. Once the movement learns to respect that people have serious moral objections to the gay lifestyle, maybe it will be able to preach its message and not look hypocritical."
  The queer-fascists proved their intolerance by getting Jason fired from the school newspaper for daring to speak his mind. After discriminating against Jason, Blake Spear, vice-president of the MSU queer activist group PRISM, wrote The State News editor threatening to charge Van Dyke with violating the university’s anti-discrimination policy. He has also been the target of harassment and death threats, someone vandalized his dorm room, urinated on his bed and scrawled the word "DIE" across the wood frame of his loft. Someone also stole his credit card number. Police are investigating the incidents, but don't expect this campaign of hate to be considered a "hate crime", because even though these crimes appear to be motivated by a hatred of his personal and religious beliefs, he is not accorded the same protection as queers because he is straight.
  Van Dyke has started his own conservative newspaper which has had entire stacks stolen from outlets to keep other students from reading it. The Spectator’s application for student government funding has been denied.

[Hetero]sexuals target of Pro-Homosodomite Harassment
After two students at Central Michigan University noticed allot of "gay pride" propaganda on campus, they figured they could be proud of what they are too. But not on this campus. When they put up just one sign on their own residence hall door which read “straight pride” and had a picture symbol of a man and womon on it, it wasn't long before it was ripped down, five times, and two of the times, "sexually offensive comments were left on our door,” freshman Brian Granstra said.
  The comments amount to harassment as they claimed that the two men were bisexual and jealous. They also reported incidents of people yelling at them from the hallway.
  Shaun Holtgreive, Residence Life associate director, said that free speech rights apply to student doors. “Any student who is lawfully putting stuff up (can do so), as long as it isn’t offensive in some fashion.”
  Phyllis Powell, Affirmative Action officer, discriminatorily admitted that the incident may be considered sexual orientation discrimination but, “Heterosexuals aren’t a protected group,” she said.

Duke University’s Berin Szoka has been threatened with death for his conservative opinions published in the Duke Review.

A school board in Dover, N.H., will allow a homosodomite promotion group to put up advertisements at the local high school to recruit children into their perversion, but will not allow a Christian organization to display their ads that seek to help queers get out of that lifestyle. After some parents heard about the ads recruiting their children into the deadly behavior, they wanted posters for Exodus International put up to prevent their children from being seduced by the pedophiles and their supporters who now control the child abusing schools and enforce censorship on parents who want to protect their children.

The Washington Times reported1) "At Yale, when the "gay/lesbian club discovered satirical posters on campus celebrating 'Gay Avarice Week,' 'Gay Sloth Week,' and 'Gay Lust Week,' in response to the campus' celebration of 'Gay Pride Week,' club members tore them down and complained to the administration," the institute said.
  "Yale's top brass reacted predictably by claiming it was a hateful attack by 'a very few sick individuals' and vowing that if the author were revealed, he would be . . . charged with policing alleged harassment."
  At Harvard: "The gay/lesbian club plastered the campus with posters and fliers celebrating National Coming Out Day. Some students believed that the publicly placed materials were, at best, obscene, and that some were pornographic." Here the administration defended the group's right to free speech.
    "The administrations of these Ivy League schools reacted differently in the two cases: favored groups can get away with public displays of pornography, but anyone satirizing protected groups faces the wrath of officials in high places," the institute said.

Stacy Miller, an openly lesbian Santa Fe High English teacher, who supports real political violence to force a pro-queer curriculum into the schools over the objection of parents, claims: "Any type of language against someone's sexuality is a form of violence."(3)

Tufts U. last spring demanded that a Christian student group accept a lesbian as one of their leaders, despite the groups moral objections. Middlebury (Vermont) College, is considering requiring a Christian group to appoint gays to leadership positions. WorldNetDaily(4) reported, "Grinnell (Iowa) College last year banned a student group that has a Bible-based policy stating that only married heterosexuals should have sexual relations".
  "The broader problem is that the politically correct left now relies far more on coercion than on persuasion or moral appeal," said John Leo in U.S. News & World Report. "The long-term trend is to depict dissent from the gay agenda as a form of illegitimate and punishable expression." Leo sagely noted, "If this precedent means that no group can deny a leadership position on the basis of beliefs, then scientific groups would have to accept flat-Earth leaders and Hillel would have to accept leaders who say the Holocaust never happened. More immediate, if administrators or courts don't step in to restore sanity, many religious groups across the country will become vulnerable. Catholics, Muslims, Orthodox Jews, black Pentecostals -- as well as evangelicals -- do not approve of homosexuality."

"Wayne Besen, a spokesman for the Human Rights Campaign, a Washington, D.C.-based homosexual lobbying group, was asked by WorldNetDaily how he would react if he heard that Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, a therapist who helps homosexuals leave the homosexual lifestyle, had been invited to a public school to discuss his therapy. "The first thing I would say is that Dr. Nicolosi shouldn't be allowed anywhere," replied Besen." Nicolosi's organization, the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality will soon publish a study of 800 ex-homosodomites who overcame their perversion.

"If your child stands up in class and says that homosexuality is a sin or that abortion is murder, this is considered a hate incident. They [homosexuals] want local law enforcement officials to come-goose stepping into your home or your child's classroom if your child has engaged in a hate incident," wrote Frank York.

The Federal 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled, in Feb, 2001, that Pennsylvania State College Area School District's anti-harassment policy violated the rights of two Christian students who sought to speak out against homosexuality in accordance with their beliefs, saying that there was no "harassment exemption" to the First Amendment's free-speech clause.
  "No court or legislature has ever suggested that unwelcome speech directed at another's 'values' may be prohibited under the rubric of anti-discrimination," wrote the judges in their opinion. "By prohibiting disparaging speech directed at a person's 'values,' the policy strikes at the heart of moral and political discourse —the lifeblood of constitutional self-government (and democratic education) and the core concern of the First Amendment. That speech about 'values' may offend is not cause for its prohibition . . ." the judges ruled.
  Under the district's policy, adopted in 1999, students could be punished for making any remarks at school that other students claim were offensive if they fit the district's definition of harassment.

"Madison, Wisconsin firefighter Ron Greer nearly lost his job for giving his colleagues a tract entitled, "The truth about homosexuality." He was suspended and ordered to attend diversity training for violating the city's anti-discrimination code."(2)

"Betty Sabatino, a personal trust administrator at the Texas Commerce Bank in San Antonio was fired for questioning her company's policy on homosexuality."(2)

"Debra Kelly, a former hospice worker in Philadelphia was fired for expressing her Christian beliefs about homosexuality. Her supervisor, a supporter of ACT-UP, a militant homosexual group, said Kelly was intolerant and was unsuited for her position."

"Jerry Schultz, a Long Beach, California city councilman spoke out against "domestic partnerships" and was labeled a "gay basher" in the newspapers. According to Schultz, "Most of my colleagues who spoke after me lambasted me for my hateful and hurtful words. While not denying that my words were accurate, they felt that I didn't have the right to speak them." (2)

The Saskatchewan "Human Rights Commission" ruled that a newspaper ad with references to Biblical passages exposed homosodomites to hatred. The ad was placed by Hugh Owens of Regina in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix. The Ottawa Citizen reported that: "The slashed figures alone are not enough to communicate hatred, said the ruling. But the addition of the Biblical references are more dangerous."
  "It is obvious that certain of the Biblical quotations suggest more dire consequences and there can be no question that the advertisement can objectively be seen as exposing homosexuals to hatred or ridicule," said the ruling by lawyer Valerie Watson.
  There can be no question that Canada is a queer fascist regime ruled by an inquisition that censors free speech and persecutes religious belief. The inquisition ordered both the newspaper and Owens to pay $1,500 extortion to each of the three complainants. You see, queer fascist don't make their money honestly like any other prostitutes, they operate a parasitic racket that lives off of law suits, political grants, and court rulings that turn persecution of fundamental human rights rights into a profit generating industry.
  Grant Currie, a lawyer for the StarPhoenix argued that the decision against free speech would "limit the scope of debate in forums such as classrooms, church sermons and the media," wrote The Ottawa Citizen.(7)
  Canada's phony "Charter of Rights" is about as legitimate as their evil "Human Rights Commission," because Canada, like the former Soviet Union, claims to guarantee the right to free speech, freedom of the press and freedom of religion, but like the USSR establishes state authorities to tell the subjects what rights they will be allowed to have.


 


Posts: 28 | Posted: 7:32 PM on January 24, 2003 | IP
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Please, tell me how you can harbor so much hate for your fellow man.  Tell me how!  Does it not hurt you to see other people being discriminated against?  I just don't understand how someone can have so much hate in there veins.  I just want you to know Heteroman, that I love and pity you.  I wish nothing but positive things for you from here on out.  I only wish for you to understand one thing.  We as gay people are suffering, and by the sound of it so are you.  Because it sounds like you have been hurt by something.  I would like you to know that i have all the compassion in the world for you =0 )
 


Posts: 5 | Posted: 10:05 PM on November 28, 2003 | IP
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Hatred at it's best, this needs to stop.
 


Posts: 36 | Posted: 2:17 PM on March 29, 2004 | IP
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I don't like homosexuality either, but that last post goes way too far.  Homosexuality may be immoral, but if you're willing to use violence to get your way, then you're no better than they are.

In fact, you're worse.
 


Posts: 60 | Posted: 07:10 AM on January 10, 2005 | IP
    
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