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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Who are the Real Nazis? The Left Using Calumny and Libel against Religious People... the baker in Colorado, Jack Phillips who will happily bake a cake for anyone, but refuses events, like same sex "marriages" or, I dare to say, an event celebrating a KKK anniversary.

Refusing to bake cakes is okay for homosexuals who own bakeries. It's just Christians who get the hobnailed boot.

The LGBTQ crowd demand that we all raise our arms in the "Sieg Heil" salute to their demands. (Just like the Planned Parenthood tyrants who make abortion a sacramental centerpiece of their evil philosophy.) Maybe it's time to sue some homosexual-run bakeries for refusing to bake cakes that say "Gay marriage is wrong." Oh, but that goes against their beliefs. So they have the right to refuse. Give the same right to Christians? Not a chance. As the elitists pigs on Animal Farm said, "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." Get used to it, Christians.

So who are the real Nazis, you know, the ones who deny the right to free speech for religious people - who will destroy businesses both literally and figuratively in a new kristallnacht? -- the tyrants on the left who have more in common with the hatred and bigotry of the skinheads than with Christians.

Hitler arrested and murdered, not only Jews, but Catholics and Protestants. Many Catholic priests died in the concentration camps as well as Protestant ministers like Dietrich Bonhoeffer. And Hitler would have massacred others if he'd been able to catch them -- like Dietrich von Hildebrand, a Catholic theologian who fought the Nazi philosophy untiringly and barely escaped with his family.

Pray for cake artist Jack Phillips. His case is going to the Supreme Court. Let's hope the men in black have the sense to nip this neo-Nazi bigotry in the bud and restore religious liberty to people of faith.

Our Lady, Help of Christians, pray for us.

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Anonymous said...

You are writing about a false equivalency. Jack Phillips sells wedding cakes. He refused to sell a wedding cake to a homosexual couple, yet will sell wedding cakes to heterosexual couples. The couple didn't ask for a slogan or special message on the cake, so there's no substance to the alternate comparison of a gay baker not decorating a bake with a slogan he or she disagrees with. It has nothing to do with beliefs. If you sell wedding cakes to heterosexual couples who are legally eligible to marry, no matter what circumstances (since I dobut he checks public records on previous marriages, etc) then denYing the same service to a homosexual couple. If a gay baker refused to make wedding cakes for straight couples or christians as a group, that would be equivalency.

On a second note, he claims to uphold his faith in vetting what kind of cakes he makes. Does he have a checklist of requirements? Does he go through public records to see if the couple was previously married? Does he have clients fill a form denoting their particular religious background? I would give more weight to his argument in defense of "religious liberty" if he does so. What are your thoughts?

Lastly, you claim that gay people are the new nazi's. I wI'll admit that some are rather militant, you and "your side" are not innocent of this. Do you deny past discrimination of gay people in society, including modern society? Demonization, dehumanization? Denial of rights and abilities? Most people who are LGBT (not what's on mainstream media) do not care about your beliefs. Generally live and let live. But why are there many Christians so forceful about pushing us to live as they see fit? I understand you will claim "truth" through catholicism. I certainly will acknowledge christian persecution and discrimination. Will you be able to acknowledge the other side?

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Just because something is legal it doesn't mean it is true or right. It is impossible for two people of the same sex to "marry" no matter how legal it is because of what marriage is.

Since same sex marriage violates Christian beliefs, it violates a Christian baker's freedom of religion to make him decorate a cake for the occasion. It makes him a cooperator in an immoral event. Since he would happily make a cake for any other occasion it is clear he is not discriminating against the person. The same for a florist or a wedding photographer.

Demonization of anyone is wrong. And persecution of someone for living an immoral lifestyle is also wrong whether it is vandalizing their property or calling them names. Condemning immoral behavior, on the other hand, (rape, murder, theft, sodomy, pedophilia, bestiality, etc.) is not.

And who exactly is forcing their beliefs on others? The LGBTQ crowd. The absolute frenzy to teach children as young as kindergarten what gays do is child abuse. It's grooming these kids for the homosexual lifestyle. And anyone who wants to see the truth of it just has to visit and see the perverted content of sex education materials being promoted by homosexuals. Do you acknowledge that?