The Gay Supreme Klan

 

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6 thoughts on “The Gay Supreme Klan

  1. More than a chilling observation it’s an in your face fact and even more so when they ruled they could go up your ass through their blue men.

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  2. I found this in a comment on Yahoo about the 50 states ruling:
    he below post was copied from another web site…..it’s not mine and mainly pertains to a Canadian woman’s personal experience.

    Look What Gay Marriage Did To The Freedom Of Speech In Canada
    by: Red Dawn

    There are a couple things we can learn from our neighbors of the North. Like how to make Canadian bacon. Or how to track a moose. Or how to rock those Canadian tuxedos. (Yes, I’m stereotyping, but it’s OK libs! I’m ¼ Canadian French or something. So it’s totally allowed, right?)

    While I do appreciate our non-pesky neighbors of the North (Mexico, YOU are a pain), there are some things we shouldn’t emulate, gay marriage being one of them.

    In an excellent piece in Aleteia, Dawn Stefanowicz, a woman who lives in Canada and was raised by gay parents, pens a warning to the United States: We don’t want to embrace gay marriage, and Canada is proof.

    Canada federally mandated gay marriage about 10 years ago in 2005. Since then, their freedoms have eroded.

    “Over and over, we are told, “permitting same-sex couples access to the designation of marriage will not deprive anyone of any rights.” That is a lie.

    It slowly creeps up, and before you know it, you can’t speak about the traditional family of a man, woman and children without authorities considering it “hate speech.” In fact, you couldn’t even have this kind of debate in Canada, because everyone would start shouting, “OMG you’re so homophobic and bigoted!” (Sound familiar?) But it doesn’t end there.

    “Because of legal restrictions on speech, if you say or write anything considered “homophobic” (including, by definition, anything questioning same-sex marriage), you could face discipline, termination of employment, or prosecution by the government.”

    Awesome.

    Next.

    With gay marriage totally legal, the traditional family structure is destroyed. Kids can totally be raised by two dads or two moms, and call me discriminatory or hateful, but that’s not nature’s way. With same sex marriage legal, the concerns of kids are shut out. It’s not politically correct to point out, but kids who are raised by parents of the same sex have problems growing up (identifying with their gender, sexuality, and wondering about their “missing” parent of the opposite sex). A dad can’t fundamentally replace a mom, and a mom can’t fundamentally replace a dad. Stefanowicz would know. Two gay men raised her.

    “It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that men and women are anatomically, biologically, physiologically, psychologically, hormonally, and neurologically different from each other. These unique differences provide lifelong benefits to children that cannot be duplicated by same-gender “legal” parents acting out different gender roles or attempting to substitute for the missing male or female role model in the home.”

    Oh, didn’t you hear? They’re called “legal” parents now. Canada basically “eras[ed] biological parenthood” and replaced it with this warm and fuzzy gender-neutral term “legal parent.” So once again, the state is overriding parental rights. Because it can.

    And this is where it gets even scarier. In Canada, it’s considered discriminatory to say marriage is between a man and a woman. If someone catches and reports you uttering your bigoted, intolerant opinion, prepare to face tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees and sensitivity training. (Hm, that sounds familiar.)

    “Anyone who is offended by something you have said or written can make a complaint to the Human Rights Commissions and Tribunals. In Canada, these organizations police speech, penalizing citizens for any expression deemed in opposition to particular sexual behaviors or protected groups identified under “sexual orientation.” It takes only one complaint against a person to be brought before the tribunal, costing the defendant tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees. The commissions have the power to enter private residences and remove all items pertinent to their investigations, checking for hate speech.”

    The plaintiff making the complaint has his legal fees completely paid for by the government. Not so the defendant. Even if the defendant is found innocent, he cannot recover his legal costs. If he is found guilty, he must pay fines to the person(s) who brought forth the complaint.

    Freedom of speech? LOL.

    Oh, and it still gets worse. In Canada, the state has a say on what you’re teaching your children. And if they don’t like it, they can be taken from you.

    “The state has access into your home to supervise you as the parent, to judge your suitability. And if the state doesn’t like what you are teaching your children, the state will attempt to remove them from your home.”

    So if you’re not teaching your children the state mandated gender-neutral terminology, expect a knock at your door chumps.

    “Newspeak proclaims that it is discriminatory to assume a human being is male or female, or heterosexual. So, to be inclusive, special non-gender-specific language is being used in media, government, workplaces, and especially schools to avoid appearing ignorant, homophobic, or discriminatory. A special curriculum is being used in many schools to teach students how to use proper gender-neutral language.”

    Bottom line? Gay marriage is slowly eroding the freedom of speech away in Canada. And everyone’s playing along because they don’t want to be the bad guy. Heck, in order to keep their status as charities, churches even play along!

    The media’s restricted. Business owners are restricted. Parents are restricted. Everyone’s restricted.

    Is that what you want America?

    “Americans need to prepare for the same sort of surveillance-society in America if the Supreme Court rules to ban marriage as a male-female institution. It means that no matter what you believe, the government will be free to regulate your speech, your writing, your associations, and whether or not you may express your conscience. Americans also need to understand that the endgame for some in the LGBT rights movement involves centralized state power—and the end of First Amendment freedoms.”

    They’ve already done this with the Holocaust hoax; you can be jailed in Europe or lose your job here, even for just questioning the 6 million figure.
    Now it’s already starting:
    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2015/04/26/bakers-must-pay-135000-for-refusing-to-make-cake-for-gay-wedding.html

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  3. Here is the original story by Dawn Stefaowicz upon which the Cartier McCloud comment is based: http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2015/04/14899/ It begins this way:

    I am one of six adult children of gay parents who recently filed amicus briefs with the US Supreme Court, asking the Court to respect the authority of citizens to keep the original definition of marriage: a union between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others, so that children may know and may be raised by their biological parents. I also live in Canada, where same-sex marriage was federally mandated in 2005.

    I am the daughter of a gay father who died of AIDS. I described my experiences in my book: Out From Under: The Impact of Homosexual Parenting. Over fifty adult children who were raised by LGBT parents have communicated with me and share my concerns about same-sex marriage and parenting. Many of us struggle with our own sexuality and sense of gender because of the influences in our household environments growing up.

    We have great compassion for people who struggle with their sexuality and gender identity—not animosity. And we love our parents. Yet, when we go public with our stories, we often face ostracism, silencing, and threats.

    I want to warn America to expect severe erosion of First Amendment freedoms if the US Supreme Court mandates same-sex marriage. The consequences have played out in Canada for ten years now, and they are truly Orwellian in nature and scope.

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  4. Same sex marriage advocate Jonathan Turley, a professor of law at George Washington University, in an op-ed piece in The Washington Post, nevertheless argues that the black-robed ones went way too far in couching their decision in terms of an ill-defined “right to dignity” and that they could be setting the stage for the same sort of repressive controls on free expression that we now see in Canada and other countries:

    “Some of the greatest attacks on dignity are often found in the exercise of free speech. Europe and Canada, for example, protect broader dignity rights through laws that penalize statements deemed degrading, hateful or insulting to different groups, including homosexuals. In Britain, for example, a Baptist street preacher was charged with causing ‘harassment, alarm or distress’ by stating on a street corner that he viewed homosexuality to be a sin. In Canada, comedian Guy Earle was found guilty of violating the human rights of a lesbian couple after he got into a trash-talking exchange during an open-mike night at a nightclub. In France, comedian Dieudonné M’Bala M’Bala has been arrested and prosecuted for jokes deemed anti-Semitic. In Greece, another jokester was arrested for insulting a famous monk by making his name sound like a pasta dish. In Italy, comedian Sabina Guzzanti was investigated for joking that ‘in 20 years, the pope will be where he ought to be — in hell, tormented by great big [gay] devils.’ ”

    And what about those American blacks who claim that displaying the Confederate flag is an assault upon their dignity?

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