Totalitarian Gays Left Wants to Silence OK Rep. Sally Kern April 1, 2008
Posted by Daniel Downs
The gay community across the land is in an uproar about Oklahoma Representative Sally Kern’s recent speech in which she said,
“The homosexual agenda is destroying this nation, OK, it’s just a fact…. Studies show no society that has totally embraced homosexuality has lasted, you know, more than a few decades. So it’s the death knell in this country. I honestly think it’s the biggest threat that our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam, which I think is a big threat.”
According to the gay Human Rights Campaign, “A secret recording has just emerged of State Rep. Sally Kern speaking to a Republican group in January, where she equates both sexual orientation and religion with terrorism. She thought no one was listening. Now hundreds of thousands are. And despite her refusal to apologize, we won’t let her get away with this.”
Did you notice the tactic: “A secret recording” and “no one was listening?” What secret? She was speaking in the open outside the Capitol building to a group of fellow Republicans. It appears that she didn’t care who was listening. If she did, she would taken the group inside the Capitol building to a darkened room where totalitarians like those of the gay Human Rights Campaign could have bugged the room in order to hear some criticism that could be used to silence their outspoken opponents like Rep. Sally Kern.
Following this sucker’s ploy, the gay Human Rights Campaign plays on the sympathy of readers by employing the sad story of an openly gay 15-year-old kid in California who was killed by another student. This tragedy is used by groups like the gay Human Rights Campaign to further their political agenda. In many reports, it is falsely assumed that all the 15-year-old boy was doing was being different. According to the Kansas City Star, the boy who was flaunting the gay lifestyle was also sexually taunting the student who shot him. Not much has been reported about school officials who failed to deal with the kid dressing like a girl or his unnatural behavior or even about his being bullied. That is because there isn’t much to report; California schools already have tolerance programs; the 15 year old didn’t break any dress code, and he did as much taunting as being taunted. Missing is any consideration of helping gay kids with their confused identity disorder and unnatural behaviors. That is because the totalitarian agenda of the gay Left is about freedom in opposition to any historical, social and legal traditions or moral principle. The reason society only hears about a few gays being killed is the same reason the general public hears little about gays who are murdering children and adults. (See news sources below.)
Rep. Kerns is right about the gay political agenda. It is one of the biggest threats to our nation. In previous posts, news about gay opposition to ex-gay meeting evidences the totalitarian nature of their political agenda. The same is the case with laws like ENDA, same-sex marriage, hate speech, and the like. Those kinds of laws give special rights to gays at the expense of all others. Those laws suppress First Amendment rights of any business owner who disagrees, anyone who is a moral critic of gays, or any previous moral or natural law. Special rights gay laws are totalitarian in nature.
Gays call public representatives like Rep. Kern theocrats and fascists. What their double-talk actually means is that their religious opponents adhere to and defend the moral and religious views similar to the mostly Puritan founding generation. In literature of the 1700s, Puritans called themselves evangelicals. The religious Right is labeled theo-fascist because they seek to restore the legal and moral traditions of America. To do so, they have to oppose the eastern European anti-religious totalitarian ideology of the so-called American secularism, which they claim was created by the Constitution. Like their predecessors, they deceive the many.
I have read both academic works about and original writings of those who framed our Constitutional government. The typical argument for a secular Constitution goes something like this: God is not mentioned in Constitution and it forbids any religious test for office. Actually, the Constitution is nearly as religious as the Declaration of Independence for several reasons.
One: The Constitution is part of a national compact that includes the religious oriented Declaration, the document of our nationhood. The nation was already defined as one under a protective covenant with God.
Two: The Constitution includes a number of religious references like the “day of our Lord” and “the Sabbath.” To the British, Lord sometimes referred to the King, but the colonists used it only for God. The “Law of Nations” is also mentioned. Law of Nations is natural law applied to relations between nations. All natural law text read or available to the framers of the Constitution mentions God, law of God, the Ten Commandments as the basis of all human law. This is what the texts of Vattel and Burlamaqui state that were used by the Constitutional convention.
Three: The “no religious test” clause is not a secular statement. The records of the ratifying state conventions shows the religious test was rejected because it would have been impossible to satisfy all of the different religious views by a single statement. A common argument was that the nature of a public oath was itself religious in nature because of its long history and tradition as such. A major reason for including the optional “affirmation cause” instead of taking an oath was based on a literal adherence to the biblical injunction against taking any oath.
A gay political America is likened to past empires like Rome whose internal corruption was as much a cause of it downfall as disease, overextending economically, and attacks by its enemies. In her book Day of Empire, Amy Chua’s research demonstrates that common to the fall of all past empires or superpower nations were multiculturalism and tolerance. That fits the American situation very well. If the Left has its way, America will become another totalitarian but diversity driven and morally tolerant gay Rome.
If you read the Bible, read again the account of Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis. It is a lesson on the fall of a society tolerant of homosexuality and other immoral behaviors. It is also one of those New Testament signs portending the rise of a totalitarian evil of end time prophecy.
Gays prefer preaching a liberal version of the gospel of love to their Christian opponents. The gay gospel assumes Christian citizens are supposed to be apolitical in accordance with the ideology of the Left. The assumption is based on the efforts of totalitarian secularist to impose a wall of Separation between religion and public life. That is why the Left says Christian should lovingly tolerate the totalitarian politics of the gay right to sexual anarchy and anti-religious immorality. To criticize and oppose the gay agenda is presumed to be unchristian. That is like saying the Puritans had no right to oppose the totalitarian rule and arbitrary dictates of arrogant kings because the Bible says to obey rulers. Such a view would cast grave doubts on the belief in the rightness of Moses leading the the Jews to liberation from a totalitarian Egypt. The whole history of black liberation would then have to be viewed as an unchristian act as well. Gay politics employs clever language to convince society that their cause is the same, but in fact it is the opposite.
If hate speech means defending the well-being of family, children and nation, then the label of homophobe and fear-monger of totalitarian double-speak will be proudly worn on the lapel by all who prefer to learn rather than oppose the lessons of history along with Rep. Sally Kern.