Sunday, 18 September 2011

Homosexual lobby adopts animal rights tactics

In the past ten years or so the animal rights movement in Great Britain has implemented some pretty horrific campaigns against those who earn a living breeding animals for scientific research. The worst campaign involved a family who farmed guinea pigs in the English Midlands and who were targeted by these criminals.
What transpired took place over several years but the main threats against the family were as follows: all suppliers and contractors were contacted and threatened with violence if they continued to supply the farm.
As a result no central heating oil was delivered along with feedstuffs and all other items that a farm and domestic accommodation rely upon.
Then the staff and their families were threatened and they sought work elsewere.
Of course, the farming family were themselves threatened with being burnt out and then, the recently deceased Grandmother was dug up from her grave and removed by the activists.

And now the homosexual lobby are commencing a similar campaign against pro life organisations in the US. At present it is non violent but it is, potentially, immensely harmful. They, under the banner of the organisation, All Out, have delivered a petition to PayPal requesting that all banking facilities be withdrawn form the pro life groups - and guess what? PayPal are said to be considering the request.

Here is a report sent to me by GM, to whom goes my thanks:-

"September 15, 2011 ( - Homosexual activists are pressuring PayPal to cut off the accounts of pro-family Christian organizations that oppose the homosexual political agenda and uphold sexual morality, and PayPal is showing signs that it may capitulate to their demands.
The homosexual organization behind the effort, All Out, claims that such organizations as Tradition, Family, and Property, and Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH), as well as pro-family Christian activist Julio Severo, promote “hate, violence, and intolerance” and are “extremist.”
Pro-homosexual groups

“Thanks to PayPal, its (sic) easier than ever to send and receive money across currencies and continents - but it is also PayPal’s responsibility to make sure this technology doesn’t fall in the wrong hands. Anti-LGBT extremists all over the world are currently using PayPal to fundraise for their dangerous cause,” writes All Out.
“Not only is it against PayPal’s rules to promote promote ‘hate, violence, [and] racial intolerance,’ hate groups also damage PayPal’s brand and credibility. We ask that PayPal join the fight against online hate and immediately shut down the accounts of anti-LGBT extremist groups using the service.”
All Out says that is has collected almost 35,000 signatures on its online petition.
According to the European homosexual news service PinkNews, PayPal has responded by stating, “We take very seriously any cases where a user has incited hatred, violence or intolerance because of a person’s sexual orientation.”
Although it adds, “we also take into account the rights of free speech and freedom of religion,” PayPal reportedly goes on to note, “we regularly review organisations and websites that use our service, and stop working with those that break our Acceptable Use Policy.” has created its own online petition at the website, which states: “I protest the attack by homosexual organizations on Christian activists Julio Severo, Americans for Truth About Homosexualty (AFTAH), and Tradition, Family, and Property (TFP). I encourage PayPal to affirm the right of pro-family organizations to use its service and to reject attacks on the Christian faith and other religions that uphold sexual morality and defend family values.”
Please sign the petition to stand up for religious values, conscience and free speech.

1 comment:

  1. Unmitigated male aggression is not just unappealing. It is dangerous to the stability of society. I often ponder how far the pro-gay movement would have got had it been driven by women.
    There's an excellent link on Fr. Blake's blog outlining the pro-gay strategy. The aim is not equality, but special treatment, as if gays were the saints and martyrs of the 21st century.
    This bullying has reached a new low. I'm waiting for some our church leaders to put their heads above the parapet. Anyone there?