Thursday, October 25, 2012

The Gay Agenda Kills Yet Again



Some things really drive me crazy. I was doing my daily web-search for articles about the gay community, when I saw this picture on the Internet of a sweet-faced young boy. I was saddened to read that he killed himself this year. He had “come out” at school and the other kids rather ruthlessly teased and harassed him. I got angry; not so much at the children, who tortured this poor boy, for they are merely reflecting the increasingly inconsiderate and vicious character of our society, but at the gay interest groups who are pushing the homosexual lifestyle (even to our children.) First of all, this boy was 14, he should not be “coming out” at all. I am strongly opposed to this absurd ritual, especially in children, which opens them up to public castigation and possible physical harm. The gay agenda has encouraged this activity, particularly among celebrities, and by also forcibly “outing” others who do not want to be a part of their social rampage, strictly for political reasons. Sadly, it has all trickled down into the general populous, including to our kids. I was further sickened when I discovered that numerous gay web-sites are using this dead young man's image, and those of several other homosexual boys who committed suicide, to further the so-called cause. Reminds me of the Matthew Shepard media blitz back in 1998. The gay advocates do not love these misguided children, they only want to use them. If they die, well, all the better in order to prove their point.

4 comments:

  1. Could you explain to me what the gay agenda is...cause I apparently haven't seen this so called "agenda".

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    1. There is a certain media speak that you always hear: i.e. that homosexuality is genetic; you must express your homosexuality; everyone that has another opinion is homophobic. There are few dissenting voices out there that get heard; they always get shouted down.

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  2. Anyone who puts "come out" in quotations has a dubious point of view, to my mind. You can have your experience and feel they are valid without trying to invalidate the life experiences of other people.

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  3. No hesitation the plight of homosexuals is on the top of the list of social problems professed in the EU because this week a meeting is taking place in Europe to address the fact that not everyone is getting onboard with the "gay agenda. Homophobia, transphobia and other forms of sexual orientation discrimination is said to still exist in the EU on a larger scale than the Union wants to see.

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