Thursday, December 19, 2013

More Homoactivist Totalitarianism: Phil Robertson

Many times on A Shepherds Voice we have documented the totalitarian nature of the homosexualist movement. The latest: Phil Robertson, of the TV show "Duck Dynasty" which is on the A&E cable channel, has been suspended from the show for stating his opinion that homosexual acts are sinful.

The outpouring of support for Mr. Robertson has been tremendous--as of this writing a Facebook page supporting him has received more than 1.2 million "likes." In addition to the everyday people who have liked the Facebook page, prominent people have supported Mr. Robertson. Among them is feminist Camille Paglia, who said:

“To express yourself in a magazine in an interview — this is the level of punitive PC, utterly fascist, utterly Stalinist, OK, that my liberal colleagues in the Democratic Party and on college campuses have supported and promoted over the last several decades,” Paglia said. “This is the whole legacy of free speech 1960’s that have been lost by my own party.”

The situation also allows us to highlight another of the lies homosexual activists have to tell to support their irrational position. Mr. Chad Griffin, president of The Human Rights Campaign said:

"Phil Robertson's remarks are not consistent with the values of our faith communities or the scientific findings of leading medical organizations," president Chad Griffin said in a statement. "We know that being gay is not a choice someone makes, and that to suggest otherwise can be incredibly harmful.

That's empirically untrue, as the number of ex-same sex attracted persons proves. Even the homosexualist  OUT magazine has an article about Charline de Blasio, the black wife of new NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio titled "When Bill de Blasio's wife was a lesbian." Mrs. de Blasio is no longer a lesbian, or in the more elastic terminology of today, no longer "identifies" as a lesbian.

She is still, however, as photographs show, black. That's not something one "identifies" as. It's just an observable, unchangeable fact. It demonstrates the fallacy of homosexual activists' attempt to co-opt the civil rights struggle of African Americans.

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