Rev. McIlhenny fired an organist on a morals charge for being a practicing homosexual. The man sued and the minister won the case. Later Rev. McIlhenny's house and church was fire bombed and threats were made to sodomize his son. No one was ever charged with the crimes. I heard this minister talk back then on a pro-life radio station and he was no fanatic who hated homosexual men. He just spoke out calmly against the behavior. Needless to say, he left the state and took his family. After that all hell broke loose in San Francisco, and the AIDS epidemic came. He wrote a book about his experience called "When the Wicked Seize a City4." That should tell you something about how bad it is down there at times.Now that's bullying!
But it was a long time ago, you say. So let's look at some more recent examples from the Alliance Defense Fund:
It was a Sunday morning in early December 1989. The late Cardinal John O’Connor was just beginning his sermon in St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Suddenly, shouts came from the congregation.
“You bigot, O’Connor, you’re killing us,” yelled one angry man. Others quickly joined him from the militant homosexual group ACT-UP, who stretched themselves out in the aisles or chained themselves to pews. O’Connor tried not to be flustered and went on with the service. As he continued, the police arrested 43 protesters, carrying out on stretchers those who refused to stand. One irate individual made his way to the altar for Communion, took a wafer, and threw it on the ground.
Flash forward to 1993 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In November 1992, the voters of Colorado passed Amendment 2, which would have denied those who practice homosexual behavior special rights. The man who helped get Amendment 2 on the Colorado ballot, Wil Perkins, was sitting in his normal pew at Village Seven Presbyterian Church. Just before the pastor got up to read the morning Scripture, more than a dozen radical homosexual activists leaped out of the congregation and bombarded the parishioners with condoms.But how about now?
Here's what happened to Peter Vidmar recently for daring to support traditional marriage by contributing to Proposition 8. The former Olympic champion and motivational speaker was selected as Chief of Mission for next year's Olympic games in London. No sooner was he named than the "gay" bully machine went into high gear smearing him for daring to go against their "right" to equate anal sex with marital intercourse.You can read about his case and others here.
Some homosexual activists aren't just bullies, they're often foul-mouthed, violent bullies. If you read their comments on blogs and websites they are laced with profanity and threats against anyone who dares to question their perverted view of life. They often wish evil on their adversaries and their children and talk about sodomizing them. They name-call which I've experienced personally being labeled an "ultra right wing nutbag" and a "silly cow" among the printable comments.
Anyway, my point is that for schools to engage bullies to teach anti-bullying is insane! But anti-bullying isn't really what "gays" are after. They want a platform for selling their lifestyle to kids. Anti-bullying is just a convenient pretense for getting access to kids and screwing with their minds. "Gay" activist, Daniel Villarreal, recently admitted it in a column he wrote saying:
We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it....Why would we push anti-bullying programs or social studies classes that teach kids about the historical contributions of famous queers unless we wanted to deliberately educate children to accept queer sexuality as normal?At least the guy's honest. He reminds me of the pro-aborts with their signs "Abortion on demand without apology." But is this what we want for our children? If Christians don't have a right to proselytize in the public school classroom, why do homosexual activists?
Can We Please Just Start Admitting That We Do Actually Want To Indoctrinate Kids?
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