Saturday, September 10, 2005

The thought police are on the move

Pastor faces hearingover 'anti-gay' letter
A Canadian pastor who works with at-risk youth is preparing to face his province's Human Rights Tribunal because of a letter to the editor he wrote calling homosexuality immoral and dangerous.

If Boissoin loses, he could be forced to pay $7,000 in fines, $5,000 to Lund personally and another $2,000 to the homosexual-rights group EGALE Canada.

This is where tolerance, multiculturalism and liberalism take us. When courts call "virtual" child porn "free speech" but speaking out against homosexuality is a crime then we know that liberals are in charge.

Canada's "Human Rights Tribunal" is the same thing as any state run Human Resources department, they will ruin you if you won't conform to their ideas of plurality and tolerance.

I think that we, as conservatives, need to take a different approach in this battle. For too long we have drawn a line in the sand, been scared by the accusations of "bigotry" and given an inch only to be taken for a yard.

It's time to stop being afraid, time to stop conceding small points on a technicality, time to call a spade a spade.

Homosexuality is a sin. Gay men are especially promiscuous, there is a reason that HIV is a gay issue you know. The teaching of homosexuality to children is wrong and homosexual "families" hurt kids. Gays don't want equal rights they want special rights. Anyone who thinks they are "transgender" has a mental disorder. The actual act of "changing" you gender is disgusting.

We should not allow gay marriage and society should frown on same-sex households raising children.

Enough is enough.

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