Ultimate Goal Homosexual Community Openly Agree or Else

Let’s understand what happened here. This Christian jeweler agreed to custom-make engagement rings for a lesbian couple, knowing that they were a couple, and treated them politely. But when they found out what he really believed about same-sex marriage, even though the man gave them polite service, and agreed to sell them what they asked for, the lesbian couple balked, and demanded their money back — and the mob threatened the business if they didn’t yield. Which, of course, he did.

You understand, of course, that this is not about getting equal treatment. The lesbian couple received that. This is about demonizing a point of view, and driving those who hold it out of the public square. Just so we’re clear about that.

I bought some olive oil not long ago at a tiny grocery store owned by an Arab Muslim immigrant. If I find out that the merchant supports ISIS, am I entitled to declare my jug of olive oil tainted, and demand a refund? Is a fundamentalist Christian permitted to send her osso buco back to the kitchen if she discovers that homosexual hands cooked it? Of course not. Some delicate snowflakes are more delicate than others.

I’m sorry that Esau Jardon gave in to this intimidation, but I suppose if you are a small businessman, you have no choice once the mob turns on you. It does indicate, though, the next phase in the March of Progress. You must not only bake the cake, or arrange the flowers, or make the ring, you must hold the correct opinion when you do it.

Source: Heads LGBTs Win, Tails Christians Lose | The American Conservative

"I’m sorry that Esau Jardon gave in to this intimidation...." I'm not sure that's what he did.

You may think that were Esau to tell people in advance his religious position on marriage and still offer to make rings that, that would be enough. It wouldn't.

The ultimate goal of the homosexual community (in general) is to force everyone to openly agree with them or else face the full weight of the coercive state with the power to lock people up until death and also put people to death. Many homosexuals would have no problem with burning Christians to death at the stake. They'd crucify Jesus again in a heartbeat.

The homosexuals who are appalled by their fellow homosexuals who would murder Christians via the state as proxy and murder them for simply disobeying orders to renounce Christianity and embrace homosexuality, mostly keep silent rather than standing up to the vicious, violent, utterly deranged tyrants among them.

Are you old enough to remember the homosexual movement insisting that if they, the homosexuals, were "tolerated," they wouldn't go on to demand the very things they're demanding?

Are you old enough to remember all the lies they told to change society's mind?

If you don't care what's happening to Christianity (towards Jesus) at the hands of homosexuals, you'll reap what you're sowing. There are inescapable consequences for your soul for your actions and inactions.

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"Making Differences Disappear: The Evolution of Science on Same-Sex Households," by Mark Regnerus

little-girlHere is what the NFSS (along with the National Health Information Survey) can and does still tell us. These conclusions hold true, whether you read my original study, its follow-up, Simon Cheng and Brian Powell’s new analyses, or crunch the numbers yourself:

- The parental same-sex relationships reported by adult children are not, on average, long-term ones.

- The longer those parental relationships lasted, the better—on average—were the outcomes for adult children.

- Very few same-sex relationships lasted the entirety of the respondents’ childhood. Critics cried foul. I cried, “Reality!”

- The stability afforded by continuously intact mom-and-dad families pays benefits, on average, well into adulthood. They remain the standard against which all other forms ought to be compared.

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...empirical truth emerges over time and in multiple datasets, is suppressed and undermined because it’s politically unhelpful, then becomes owned by insiders, and is, finally, slowly introduced with an “of course that’s true” narrative. It’s happened with the robust association between LGBT households and nonheterosexual development in children (a conclusion that is also obvious in the NFSS). I even remember the National Council on Family Relations conference room in which attendees debated each other about just how free they were to admit the association. They left the room committed to owning it.

The same has happened with the association between gay relationships and outside sexual partners—so much so that even the New York Times labeled the story “Many Successful Gay Marriages Share an Open Secret.” Once denied, then admitted, then—slowly—it’s become conventional wisdom. Now we say “of course.” The same is happening with the malleability of sexual orientation, first among women, and next—in the near future—among men.

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Mark Regnerus is associate professor of sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, research associate at its Population Research Center, and a senior fellow at the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture.

Source: Making Differences Disappear: The Evolution of Science on Same-Sex Households | Public Discourse

He's also very bright and comes across as open, honest, direct, and not puffed up with himself.

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Ukraine: 'Before Maidan, Ukraine was more democratic', says Volodymyr Ishchenko

This Church is not Marxist; however, we think people in the "West" should be made aware of the clearly hypocritical, anti-democratic acts unfolding in Ukraine.

This linked article is quite good at making that clear.

It is reasonably balanced in that it plainly and rightly negatively criticizes the Soviet Union for its totalitarianism.

...before Maidan, Ukraine was a more democratic country. We can speak about various criteria: for example the strength of the opposition and the extent to which it was not affected by repression. Now, one of the main opposition parties, the Communist Party of Ukraine (CPU), is under threat of being banned. It is going to be a long process, but under the new “decommunisation laws” it will not be able to keep its name and symbols.
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In some ways, these “anti-totalitarian” laws are taking Ukraine closer to a totalitarian regime than to a democratic society.

Source: Ukraine: 'Before Maidan, Ukraine was more democratic', says Volodymyr Ishchenko | Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal

I want to make further clear that we side against neoliberal economics even while we denounce the dictatorship of the proletariat. The Bolsheviks also were and remain anti-democratic and violently coercive by definition. Lenin was wrong!

All efforts to glorify Lenin and/or Stalin are misguided. One is not either 1) pro-capitalism or 2) a Marxist-Leninist-Stalinist and/or violent.

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