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Homosexual activists aren’t really about “rights,” and definitely not about ”tolerance.” They’re about forcing all dissenting opinions and views in the closet. The latest: an attempt to force PayPal to shut down it’s service to pro-family and pro-Christian groups. Please sign the short and quick petition to tell PayPal not to abandon the 1st Amendment, and to show that they believe tolerance is a two-way street rather than a one-way street. Thank you!
In a Mexican case, Fr. Hugo Valdemar was found guilty on July 1st of illegal political activity because he stated that Catholics should not vote for candidates who support same-sex marriage. Fr. Valdemar’s defense is that he wasn’t speaking against a particular party but was merely stating the teaching of the Catholic Church. But the particulars of charge and counter-charge do not make a great deal of difference, apart from the strategies they suggest for legal maneuvering. There have been many similar stories over the past few years from around the world, especially in Canada and Europe. The writing is on the wall. Homosexual marriage is the lie that will create the next Gulag…
Here’s a self-admitted left-wing homosexual journalist on left-wing site who admits that there has always been a link between homosexuality and fascism….
Here’s a plethora a fairly recent real-life examples of homofascism, including the persecution of Christians and ex-‘gays’/former homosexuals…
Activist Groups, Unable to Silence NARTH’s Message, Resort to Attacking NARTH Members. Protesters of the 2009 NARTH convention announced a new strategy: attacking the messengers rather than the message. In a video posted on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lDL4QAu0qc), a journalism student leading the November protest shouted into a megaphone that they had been unsuccessful in stopping the work of NARTH through counter conventions, so they would instead begin to target the individual members of NARTH. Following these threats, there have indeed been attempts to discredit both NARTH members as well as non-members who do similar work. In one recent report from England, a journalist posed as a client seeking help for unwanted homosexual attractions. He set up two unsuspecting therapists, claiming to want help from them, secretly recorded their conversations, and then contacted their professional organizations to seek action against them. That same journalist is reportedly assisting others to disrupt and discredit an event in Ireland this week. In another report, activist groups investigated the background of a NARTH board member in order to publicize his past wrongdoing in an attempt to discredit the organization.
NARTH does not rise or fall based on the actions of individuals. NARTH is a scientific organization upholding the research behind the issue of homosexuality and defending the rights of clients to seek therapy for unwanted homosexual attractions. NARTH is not responsible for the actions of its members, nor do the actions of NARTH members change the scientific data. The research stands regardless of the attacks launched by activists who are avoiding the data by focusing on individuals. Emotionally based campaigns and character assassinations do not change the research, nor do they diminish the right of clients to pursue their personal goals. NARTH will continue its mission as a scientific organization despite the propaganda, and the research will continue to speak for itself.
From NARTH Asks Wikipedia to Permit the Group to Correct Inaccuracies On Site, published Mar 19, 2007, by NARTH:
NARTH President Joseph Nicolosi sent a letter of concern to Wikipedia today asking that a lesbian activist be prohibited from editing the content of the article about NARTH. The NARTH Editorial Director recently attempted to make corrections to several errors about the organization on Wikipedia. However, the corrections were changed immediately and the misinformation was reposted. The editorial director discovered that the changes were made by a lesbian activist who routinely edits articles dealing with LBGT issues.
The letter to Wikipedia is reprinted below:
Corrections Needed On Wikipedia Article On The
National Association For Research And Therapy of Homosexuality
Dear Wikipedia reviewer:
It was brought to our attention recently that your article about the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) has numerous factual errors in it regarding us.
In an attempt to correct this misinformation, our editorial director Mike Hatfield attempted to make corrections to the article. He attempted this two times. Each time he made the corrections, they were immediately changed back by someone else.
In investigating who was making the changes, he found the name of Joie de Vivre, who is a lesbian socio-political activist and a member of the WikiProject LGBT studies. The WikiProject site describes itself as “a group of editors who aim to improve the general quality and range of Wikipedia articles on LGBT and Queer studies topics.”
Vivre says –with obvious pride!– on her Wikipedia web site that she regularly changes the wording and rewrites articles dealing with gay and lesbian issues. It is dangerous for your credibility to have political activists slanting articles to fit their own political objectives.
NARTH must have the right to post corrections to an article about itself without having a lesbian activist vandalize the site by reposting inaccurate or distorted statements about the history and goals of NARTH.
We insist that Vivre be prohibited from making future changes on the NARTH site – and that whatever corrections NARTH chooses to post on the site will remain there without being deleted by other anti-NARTH activists.
There can certainly be disagreements about the purpose of NARTH, but to have a lesbian activist defining what NARTH is or is not is unethical and unprofessional. Every organization has the unqualified right to have its mission accurately described in Wikipedia.
The credibility of your online service is gravely jeopardized if you have activists regularly posting inaccuracies on web sites dealing with gay and lesbian issues.
We ask that you permanently ban Joie de Vivre from changing content on the NARTH site and ban any further individuals from posting things that are false or misleading on this site. Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Joseph Nicolosi, Ph.D.
There’s a homosexual nightclub in Tampa called the HoneyPot that has one night open for us who have a preference for the opposite sex.
Imagine what would happen if a regular night club advertised that they only allow homosexuals in 1 night a week? Now also take note that this same homosexual nightclub says if you identify as straight and you want to come in there on any other night, you can as long as you’re accompanied by a homosexual. This is of course is to perpetuate the idea that they are trying to provide safety for the homosexuals in the club from a bunch of “heterosexual discriminators” going in there to harass them.
Another words, if you don’t engage in homosexuality or at least aren’t considering it, then you are guilty before proven innocent. And thus we have homofascism. I think a heterosexual owns it, and he can do what he wants with his club. But I think we need to point out the double standards that reveals homofascism.
Is history repeating itself in some way, shape, or form?…
Looks like it has…