Fox Hollow, FL – Now that gay “marriage” is legal the real fight begins, say leaders in the LGBT movement. So-called “marriage equality” is not the end-game, according to the activists. It’s merely a window through which they will push for other gay “rights”, in housing, education, health care, employment and especially religious practices, while neutering or all out abolishing any religious entity who considers homosexuality to not only be a sin, but abhorrent.
As a Libertarian, I could care less about what gays do and don’t do. If gays want to live together and play house then so be it. I could care less what they do as long as they keep their lifestyle choices and sexual preferences out of my life. I’ll keep my lifestyle to myself and you all keep yours to yourself. All that changed in 2015 when the Federal Empire decided to infringe upon the religious rights of Christians, Jews and, yes even Mooslims.
Now why take a jab at Muslims? Well they are a borderline religion that is more of a death cult. If you’re gay and think I’m bad, then check out the Muslims. Over in an orthodox Islamic nation if you are found out to be gay, well that’s a death sentence. In Saudi Arabia it equals a beheading, and in ISIS controlled lands you will likely get tossed off of a building…
I could go on about Islam and everything I have a problem with about it but that is a years worth of blogs for another series of a topic. The main difference between Islam and Christianity is that Muslims for the most part seek to kill, injure, or subjugate those they deem to be infidels (disbelievers in Islam or sinners), where as Christians for the most part seek to love and pray for those that are disbelievers or sinners. I fancy myself to be a one of these Christians that prays for sinners, and loves everyone even thine enemies.
Nobody said being a REAL Christian was easy, and it takes more than just going to church once a week and posting a bunch of quasi-religious posts on social media. You’re either Christian 24-7 or you’re not. Again this is a topic for another day, so I must digress.
Getting back to the topic at hand…
Like many of you out there I can’t tolerate the bastardization of the Holy institution of marriage, which is the cornerstone of all Abrahamic religions and the foundation of the family. However unlike the majority of Muslims that seek to kill all gays on Earth… as well as Christians, I’m just asking for the religious freedoms of Christians in the former United States to upheld. I could care less if gays keep gaying it up. In the words of Rodney King… can’t we all just get along?
Yes, I just went there.
In my perfect world, the States would be allowed to determine if they support gay “marriage”, or compromising on the issues by doing civil union instead of gay marriage, or banning any form of homosexual “marriage” or unions entirely. Since the Constitution is silent on the issue of marriage, the right to determine marriage qualifications rest with the State and the people respectively per the 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the former United States.
Since the Constitution is silent on the issue of marriage, the right to determine marriage qualifications rest with the State and the people respectively per the 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the former United States.
Here in Florida we passed an amendment to our State Constitution that prohibited gay “marriage” and civil unions by an overwhelming majority of 72% of the population of Florida. Note that in order to amend the Florida Constitution you need 60% support of the population. Not only did we hit the necessary 60%, but we went over that by an extra 12%. In addition to that, the people of Florida voted 62% in 2014 to prohibit gays from adopting children, and the State of Florida is one of only 17 States that does not legally acknowledge that Trans-gendered people even exist… under Florida law these people are still labeled as mentally ill, which is a label I can’t really disagree with. Needless to say we Floridians are not fond of gay marriage or homosexuality because Florida and its native people are either Christian or Jewish, and both religions consider homosexuality to be a sin.
Needless to say, we Floridians are not fond of gay marriage or homosexuality because Florida and its native people are either Christian or Jewish, and both religions consider homosexuality to be a sin.
In the event you know nothing about your religion, allow me to educate you a bit. Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are all based on the blood line of Abraham, which makes all three of these religions Abrahamic. In all three of these religions (Note that I use the term religion loosely with Islam), homosexuality is a mortal sin, or in lamens terms a straight ticket to eternal damnation… a speed-pass if you will to Satan's playground. Also in all three religions the Holy texts state clearly that marriage is a pure and sacred religious institution (not a secular government process) that only exists between one man and one woman. Unfortunately for the gays out there, there isn’t an asterix that says *Void unless you live in the Federal Empire.
Here is where the Holy Bible stands on gays an gay “marriage”…
ROMANS 1:26 For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature”
Obviously, these Scriptures leave little room for debate, especially when considered in the light of Romans 1. The only way their message can be negated is to reject the authority of God’s Word. Please note, however, that many similar texts condemn heterosexual promiscuity with equal fervor as homosexual behavior. So for you out there that are Barney Stinsioning it up… better put a ring on it.
Gods word on marriage is iron clad. End of story.
Also correct me if I’m wrong but last time I checked the Establishment Clause of the Constitution of the former United States reads very clearly… “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”. So please tell me how the SCOTUS had any authority to “legalize” gay marriage when doing so would clearly prohibit the free exercise of the Christian religion which is the primary religion of over 70% of the States in the Empire, and will also prohibit the free exercise of Judaism and Islam?
Now that you have a understanding of the FACT that marriage is a religious institution, and not some Godless secular crap fest, you can hopefully follow me through the rest of this blog.
Now again as a Libertarian I could care less what gays do or don’t do, so long as they keep their gayness out of my life. As a Christian Libertarian I fail to see how gays are keeping their gayness out of my life given the fact that they are actively going out and persecuting Christian business owners who refuse to bake them “wedding” cakes, take their “wedding” photos, sell them tux’s or dresses, drive them around in limo’s, cater their “weddings”, and so on and so fourth… this brings me to the other part of Libertarianism that many so-called liberals don’t understand, which is freedom and liberty to conduct business as they wish. In my view the rights of individuals to serve who they wish should be left up to the States, as well as the right recognize or prohibit gay “marriages” or civil unions.
As I stated before I believe that 70% of the States in the former United States are Christian States by their own admissions, population stats, and by their unique cultural identities. Again Florida voted overwhelmingly to ban gay “marriage” and prevent gays from adopting. As such the majority of States outright oppose gay “marriage” and should not be forced into legalizing this practice when they overwhelmingly oppose it, believe it to be a mortal sin, and abhor it.
As a Libertarian I think that States should ignore the SCOTUS ruling and should instead take this issue up on their own at the State level. If a liberal State like New York or California wants to legalize gay marriage then so be it, let them do it, and more power to them. Meanwhile conservative Christian States like Texas, Florida, Alabama, Kentucky, etc. who overwhelmingly oppose gay “marriage” should be allowed to outlaw it. This is how a Constitutional Republic is supposed to work, and is evidence in my eyes that we no longer live a free and constitutional republic but instead live under the yoke of a tyrannical Imperial system.
In my eyes, the most important liberty a person has is the freedom to exercise whichever form of religion they believe in, and I believe that a persons religious rights trump persons sexual preferences in the bedroom. After all religious freedoms are protected by the Constitution of the former United States very clearly, while persons sexual preferences are not protected, let alone even recognized.
Again, I can’t repeat this enough. If you want to be gay and have gay sex then do it. I don’t care. If you want to have a gay “marriage” then you need to consider moving to a State that supports gay “marriage”. This is how a Union is supposed to work… if a person doesn’t like the laws in one State then they are free to move to another State that is more in line with said person belief. This is how the Founders designed and intended it to work.
To those who think that I’m being paranoid that gays are trying to legislatively exterminate Christianity, Judaism and Islam... now hang-on, because we are about to head down the rabbit hole of truth.
An op-ed in the Nation, a left-of-center magazine, provided a playbook for LGBT rights activists moving forward from the unconstitutional 2015 5-4 ruling by the Federal Supreme Court proclaiming same-sex marriage legal in all 50 vassal states.
In that op-ed, LGBT activists were encouraged to take the offensive against any individual or group that does not agree with their worldview.
“Create a specific anti-fascist infrastructure of social media, legal, research and watchdog groups to expose and defeat the right wing culturally and politically,” writes the article’s authors, a trio of LGBT rights activists. “In sum, the work ahead for queers is to be transformative, not transfixed.”
A perusal of commentary from LGBT leaders shows that marriage was never the end game. The next step will be for activists to fan out throughout the 50 vassal states, with a special focus on those less-friendly states in the Bible Belt and middle America.
The article goes on to lament that 29 states have no LGBT rights protection, so that is where they plan to strike first.
‘Zones without rights’
Particularly troubling to the three Nation authors were the existence of what they call “zones without rights.” These are places where not enough agitators are committed to persistently push the homosexual agenda.
“Large parts of the U.S. (the South, Midwest and Southwest) are zones without rights,” the authors wrote. “Very few people actually give time or money to queer organizations and LGBT advocacy groups; this over-weights the influence of a few funders. Mainstream parties ‘handle’ rather than support us – the Democrats see us as an ATM; the Republicans, as a punching bag. LBT women’s issues are absent from the mainstream movement’s agenda. The leadership of the queer movement is aging, and there’s still not enough investment in young leaders and people of color (POC) leaders.”
They will send activists out as community organizers wearing different hats. Some will come as “faith-based” leaders urging the embrace of homosexuality within traditional Christian churches, while others will focus on housing and employment discrimination and still others on getting the LGBT agenda more firmly entrenched into school systems both public and private.
Just as many major cities have passed “non-discrimination” ordinances forcing businesses and other private organizations to not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, now LGBT activists say they will push for politicians to introduce the same type of laws at the state level in legislatures nationwide.
A major theme in the Nation’s op-ed was the complete and utter elimination of any religious institutions “that insists on clinging to the hateful words of their deity”.
So basically if you believe in God, and view the Bible as his word and a blueprint for your life then get ready to be eliminated by the militant gay brigade over the next decade. Oh and don’t forget to wave that stripped flag, nothing says I’m upset like waving a banner of the group that is persecuting your people into oblivion. In the event you don’t get this statement, its called sarcasm.
Frankly I’m offended that the Federal Empire still has the motto “In God We Trust” emblazoned in its Congressional Chambers and on its coins… because it is no longer relevant because the Federal Empire doesn’t trust in God, but instead seeks to run him down and exterminate God and the church.
If the Federal Empire really trusted in God as they claim then they wouldn’t have mandated that all 50 vassal States had to obey this stupid gay “marriage” law, they wouldn’t have long ago condoned the murder of unborn children, the genocide of Native Americans, the cultural-cleansing (a form of Genocide) of Confederate monuments and graves in Dixie, cruel human experimentation on the populace without their knowledge or permission since the 1940’s (Tuskegee, Nuclear Weapons Tests, etc.), covering up the pollution of the water supply in Flint, MI, shooting unarmed protesters in Burns, OR, and a score of other evil, border line Satanic actions over the past 150 years of Imperial rule.
Its time to wise up, and rise up… before its too late.
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