Saturday, April 19, 2014

Liberals announce plan to ‘purge’ Christians

Liberals announce plan to 'purge' Christians

LIBERALS ANNOUNCE PLAN TO 'PURGE' CHRISTIANS

They were always deadly serious about criminalizing Christianity and killing free speech, but now the American left has stopped pretending otherwise. In a recent column titled, "Why Are They Called 'Homofascists'? Here's Why," I wrote that "progressive," "Christian-hating fascists" – but I repeat myself – are "hell-bent on criminalizing Christianity and pushing to the fringes anyone who publicly acknowledges natural human sexuality and the age-old, immutable institution of legitimate marriage as created by God."

I was referring specifically to the left's well-organized and highly disturbing character assassination of former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich for his private support of natural marriage. I was also addressing the larger goal of the American left to completely shut down free speech and freedom of religion, and to severely punish anyone who maintains both biblically and biologically correct views on human sexuality.

I closed with this:

"They smell blood in the water. I've often said that these folks want those who speak biblical truth about human sexuality and legitimate marriage either 1) dead, 2) imprisoned or, if they can have neither of these, 3) marginalized to the point where they can't even support their families.

"Check No. 3 off the list. I guess they're working backwards."

The very next day, and as if right on cue, lefty rag Slate magazine vomited proof of my claims. It could not have been better scripted if I'd written it myself. In an article titled, "Purge the Bigots," Slate writer William Saletan penned these chilling words:

"Some of my colleagues are celebrating. They call Eich a bigot who got what he deserved. I agree. But let's not stop here. If we're serious about enforcing the new standard, thousands of other employees who donated to the same anti-gay ballot measure must be punished.

"More than 35,000 people gave money to the campaign for Proposition 8, the 2008 ballot measure that declared, 'Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.' …

"Why do these bigots still have jobs? Let's go get them."

No, this is not parody. It is not a bad joke. It is not Mr. Saletan satirically assuming the role of Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Hitler's Nazi propaganda minister, in an effort to underscore how utterly out of control his own "progressive" movement has become and, in the spirit of argumentum ad absurdum, gently coax his fellow bohemians from madness.

Neither was Slate joking. They were not joining in on Saletan's fun, pretending, for a day, to be "Nationalsozialistischen Briefe," Goebbels' parallel publication, in a clever endeavor to use the power of metaphor as a scrub brush to wash away the stench of totalitarianism from an American left bathed in it.

No, these ruthless cultural Marxists are as serious as Josef Salin's heart attack.

Continued Saletan: "To organize the next stage of the purge, I've compiled the financial data into three tables." He then listed details from, and linked to, the Proposition 8 hit-list reportedly leaked by the Obama IRS and meticulously assembled and published by the Los Angeles Times.

This was all by design. It's what led to Brendan Eich's career beheading. But Eich was just the opening act. The list provides the exact names, employers, places of residence and dollar amounts of every single person in America who donated even a dime to the Golden State's campaign to protect natural marriage. (I realize it's hopelessly symbolic, but as matter of principle I will not link to the list.)

This is a level of voter intimidation and journalistic terrorism on the part of the Obama administration, the L.A. Times and Slate magazine that is unprecedented in American history. With their blessing, indeed their encouragement, Herr Saletan then gave his fellow rainbow-shirts their jackbooted marching orders:

"If we're serious about taking down corporate officers who supported Proposition 8, and boycotting employers who promote them, we'd better get cracking on the rest of the list," he said, candidly closing, "Otherwise, perhaps we should put down the pitchforks."

You do understand this, right? Obama, the L.A. Times, Slate and America's larger "progressive" movement are dead serious about purging Christians and other traditionalists from the workplace. It's coming. Mozilla was just the opening salvo.

In the very same way Eich's forced resignation was deliberately calculated to terrorize any American who might resist the left's sexual anarchist agenda, and support some future, legally executed pro-family ballot initiative, the clear purpose behind releasing both the Prop 8 donor list and publishing the Slate article was to, likewise, instill terror in the hearts of Christians and other traditionalists who support natural marriage, family and human sexuality. It was a not-so-subtle shot over the bow.

It was also a call to arms.

It's fight or flight time, America.

I've made my choice.

What about you?

I say that if we once crushed fascism from without …

We can sure as hell crush it from within.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

'LGBT' Imperialism: Exporting Homosexuality, Perversion and HIV/AIDS | BarbWire.com

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Tolerance for Some, Totalitarianism for Others | BarbWire.com

Tolerance for Some, Totalitarianism for Others | BarbWire.com

TOLERANCE FOR SOME, TOTALITARIANISM FOR OTHERS


By Christopher Doyle — Barbwire guest contributor

Last week, conservative syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer penned an op-ed in The Washington Post where he stated: "the left is entering a new phase of ideological agitation — no longer trying to win the debate but stopping debate altogether, banishing from public discourse any and all opposition. The proper word for that attitude is totalitarian. It declares certain controversies over and visits serious consequences — from social ostracism to vocational defenestration — upon those who refuse to be silenced."

In his piece, Krauthammer references Brendan Eich, former CEO of Mozilla Corporation, who was recently forced to resign due to a $1,000 private contribution in 2008 supporting California's Proposition 8 referendum defining marriage as between a man and a woman. Apparently, the co-founder of the technology giant was fit to trail blaze many of its innovative products and ideas, but was too bigoted to lead the company because the issue of homosexuality — and by extension, gay marriage — has been settled as a natural equivalent to traditional marriage. Anyone who opposes must be cleansed from any position of authority, or worse, must not be allowed a public platform of any sort.

Public outrage continues towards Mozilla's actions, from petitions threatening to boycott the company, to formal letters signed by dozens of pro-family organizations seeking clarification of the corporation's policy on diversity. Naturally, the free market will settle this type of nonsense, as it did with A&E's Duck Dynasty fiasco. If enough people cease to use Mozilla's Firefox web browser and let their voices be heard, the corporation will be forced to rethink its policy of putting political correctness over sound leadership despite certain unsavory political views its management holds. But this and other recent free speech controversies is cause for concern.

Take, for example, a recent fluff article published in The Guardian about Newsweek's new co-owner, Jonathan Davis, who last year described on his personal Facebook page, an op-ed from yours truly about homosexuality and the possibility of sexual orientation change, as "shockingly accurate," saying it "cuts like a hot knife through a buttery block of lies." While the article's conspiracy theories of Davis' connections are dubious at best, the underlying implications of such journalism reinforce the latest tactics of the grievance industry: dare not affiliate yourself, nor endorse, nor even think about going against the accepted talking points of the liberal machine, lest you be silenced and destroyed.

But it's not enough to defame and censor such voices, they must be completely shut down, labeled as "hate speech," and relegated to the dustbins of antiquated thinking. Just this week, pro-family Christian activist Peter LaBarbera was first detained at the border, then later arrested while distributing literature at a Canadian university opposing abortion and homosexual behavior. His charge: "Biblical Hate Speech," which is not protected under Canada's Human Rights Code. In totalitarian fashion, gay activists cheered while LaBarbera was handcuffed and removed from the "open-minded" public university.

The reality is, allowing such "hate speech" would likely challenge the grievance industry's collective support for liberal politicians, who in turn grant them special rights in favor. Is it any wonder why gay activists consistently assault Christianity for its failure to capitulate its doctrine to support gay marriage, yet barely mention Islam's identical, if not more hostile, stance on homosexual behavior? To do so would disrupt a solid democratic voting block in support of consistency – but let's just be quiet about that inconvenient fact while beating the drum of tolerance and diversity to score cheap political points.

Sooner or later, the American populace will wake up to the reality that their freedoms are being used as pawns on a political chessboard to manipulate and control thought in the effort to dictate moral conscience. There are few more ways to divide the country in order to continue the smorgasbord of promoting diversity in the effort to right social wrongs – but eventually the wrongs will have gained the necessary power to exercise a new brand of justice, totalitarian style. But that's not a new idea, just an old death sentence disguised in the name of tolerance — for some.

Christopher Doyle is the President of Voice of the Voiceless, the only anti-defamation league for former homosexuals, individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions, and their families. His work has been featured in USA Today, Associated Press, The Washington Post, NBC News, The Christian Post, and many more. For more information, visit: www.VoiceoftheVoiceless.info . Follow Christopher on Twitter at @VoVChrisDoyle and Facebook by clicking here.




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Standing Against Indiscriminate Use of “Discrimination” - Life Legal Defense Foundation

Standing Against Indiscriminate Use of "Discrimination" - Life Legal Defense Foundation

Standing Against Indiscriminate Use of "Discrimination"

The label "discriminatory" is extremely potent, one might even say toxic, in our society today. The label brings to mind an entire framework of statutes, ordinances, regulations, professional codes, licensing criteria, funding limitations, human rights commissions, etc., not to mention the social stigma attached to being on the receiving end of an accusation of bigotry. Because of this toxicity, there is a tremendous incentive for one side of an ideological debate to tar its opposition as "discriminatory." If the label sticks, the battle is largely won.

Opponents of abortion saw this dynamic in play in the early 1990's. Abortion supporters filed a number of lawsuits against anti-abortion protesters arguing that opposition to abortion constituted a discriminatory animus against women as a class.

Shockingly, the majority of federal circuits agreed with the plaintiffs' reasoning. It took a decision from the United States Supreme Court to establish that opposition to abortion could not be equated with a discriminatory animus against women—at least for purposes of the law at issue [Bray v. Alexandria Women's Health Clinic, 506 U.S. 263, 269 – 273 (1994)]. Despite this setback, abortion advocates continue to welcome any opportunity to deploy this "discrimination" argument in other contexts. If they saw an opening, these advocates would undoubtedly argue that judges who had belonged to or supported any pro-life organization (such as Life Legal Defense Foundation) should be disqualified from the bench because such association is proof of a discriminatory bias against women.

Currently, The California Supreme Court Advisory Committee on The Code of Judicial Ethics has called for comments on a new proposal that would categorize the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as an organization that practices "invidious discrimination" on the basis of sexual orientation. (Curiously, the proponents of the change don't seem to realize that by its own reasoning, the rule should also preclude membership in the Girl Scouts since they "discriminate" on the basis of gender.)

Life Legal Defense Foundation sent a letter to the Committee in response to their Invitation for Comment. In the letter, LLDF Legal Director Katie Short points out that as has occurred in so many controversial topics, this is no more than an attempt to silence the opposition.

From the letter:

This proposed amendment has as its stated purpose the branding of the BSA as an organization whose members must be assumed to be biased and thus unfit for the bench. The Committee states that "eliminating the exemption . . . would enhance public confidence in the impartiality of the judiciary." On the contrary, by promoting a hierarchy of politically-favored "victim" status through pointlessly impugning the integrity of members of a venerable American institution, the proposed Amendment will communicate to the public that judges are being told by the California Supreme Court what to think, whom they may associate with, and what are permissible opinions to hold, and that only those who toe the line will be allowed to sit on the bench. The public can hardly expect impartiality from the judiciary in such a climate of intolerance.

One can easily envision other scenarios where the discrimination hammer could be brought down on other ideological opponents. Want to curb illegal immigration? You harbor a bias against Hispanics. Concerned about affirmative action in college admissions? You're biased against minorities. Have strong views on foreign policy in the Middle East? That's just a guise for religious bigotry.

"Because pro-life organizations such as LLDF itself deal in politically volatile subjects, the term 'discriminatory' often gets hurled our direction," comments Ms. Short. "Since pro-life organizations may be the next on the California Courts' list of 'discriminatory' organizations, we stand with BSA to fight this unfair designation."

Read LLDF's letter to the Advisory Committee here.

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Monday, April 14, 2014

Fwd: Coming to Penn. in just 2.5 weeks: Life-changing Journey Into Manhood weekend



Less than 3 weeks until Penn!    6 weeks until Utah!   9 weeks until California and Poland!

is the powerful, life-changing program 
you've been looking for if you:
 
Are tired of dealing with unwanted same-sex attractions alone or in secret.

 

Hope to reduce the frequency and intensity 
of your same-sex attractions, 
or to develop stronger opposite-sex attractions.

Want to bring your sexual behavior in line
with your personal values, goals and commitments.

Are ready to love and accept yourself just as you are, and to rid yourself of shame and self-hate.

Want to belong to a supportive brotherhood of like-minded men who share your values and life goals.

Hope to finally be at peace.



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Journey Into Manhood

   

May 2 to 4, 2014

Eastern Pennsylvania

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May 23 to 25, 2014

Utah

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June 13 to 15, 2014

Southern California

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June 13 to 15, 2014

Southern Poland

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   See more 2014 dates for Journey Into Manhood
--in Indiana and Texas--

What Is Journey Into Manhood?

  

Journey Into Manhood is a 48-hour immersion in cathartic self-discovery and emotional-healing work for men who are self-motivated and serious about resolving JiM photo, uplift unwanted homosexual attractions.  It is designed specifically for men who believe that their homosexual attractions are not "inborn" but stem largely from unhealed emotional wounds and unmet needs.

 

Journey Into Manhood is an experiential-learning weekend. We create opportunities for you to experience healing, not just learn about it.  

  

The exercises are designed to help you identify and process the underlying issues that may be alienating you from your authentic heterosexual masculinity - and, ideally, to help you experience a deep emotional breakthrough. 

 

Each weekend is peer-led by about 20 staff volunteers, including men who have resolved homosexuality themselves. 

 

What Does The Fee Cover?

 

The $650 fee (in the U.S.) covers:

 

  • the complete program (25 hours of training and experiential "processing")
  • take-home materials (summary booklet and audio CD summarizing key teachings)
  • two nights' lodging at the camp/retreat center
  • six meals
  • three weekly follow-up coaching group calls to help you further process and integrate your experience in the following weeks
  • and, if you are married, one free group coaching call for your wife while you are away at Journey Into Manhood. Led by the wife of a past participant, the call will help your wife better understand your experience, anticipate its potential impact, and process her feelings about what you are both going through.
 

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What Happens After the Weekend?

 

After the weekend, you'll be invited to participate in three weekly follow-up coaching group calls to help you further process and integrate your experience in the following weeks.

 

You'll also be invited to participate in email groups and periodic in-person reunions (and, in some areas, ongoing in-person support groups).

 

You'll belong to a growing international 

brotherhood of men who have experienced this powerful program and who support and encourage each other in living its principles as they journey together out of unwanted same-sex attractions. 

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Surveys of Past Participants

  
  
  
  
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Community, Support and Experiential Healing for Wives 
of Men Who Experience Same-Sex Attraction and/or Sex Addiction

April 25 to 27, 2014

Utah

 

 

 

Experiential in nature, this weekend retreat addresses many of the hurtful issues that can be associated with being married to a man with SSA or sex addiction.
 
This program is for women who are committed to their own personal growth -- and who are ready to experience breakthrough emotional shifts and insights.
 
"A Wife's Healing Journey" is staffed by women and men whose marriages have survived the husband's SSA history  and even (ultimately) thrived.
 
 Women journeying together
You don't have to walk this path alone any more!
 
Cost: $575
(includes nearly 48-hour program, all meals, and 2 nights' stay at the retreat center)
 
Journey Into Manhood Weekend by People Can Change (www.peoplecanchange.com)
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Testimonials
 
"The most healing, affirming, loving experience of my life."

 

"I found a deep respect and care for me as a person like I had never experienced before."

 

"I have never felt so free to be truly, authentically me."

 

"I left the weekend feeling more alive, solid, masculine and free than I'd ever felt before."

 

"A turning point in my life."

 

"Since Journey Into Manhood, I have noticed a significant reduction in my same-sex desires as well as my porn addiction. I am living a more authentic life, sharing my failures with other men who understand. My relationship with my wife is better than it has ever been. I am experiencing true freedom."

 
Endorsements
 

"The Journey into Manhood weekend has become an essential part of helping men with unwanted same-sex attraction to access their true heterosexual nature. We encourage our clients to experience the JiM weekend as a powerful dimension in their healing process. The psychodynamic principles that underlie the JiM weekend are completely in accord with reparative therapy."

-- Joseph Nicolosi, Ph.D., 

Clinical psychologist. Co-founder and past president, National Association of Research and Therapy of Homosexuality.

  

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