Monday, June 23, 2008

Don't hate me because I love hate speech.

(Reposted from the Vigilance blog (Teach The Facts))

Theresa said...

"You are right Jim.

Nuts including Canadian Baptist ministers who dare to declare their faith in the public square. That homosexuality is immoral.

$7000 fine by the HRC. (The HRC is the same orgnanization that will enforce our gender identity law here […]) Freedom of religon directly in conflict with gay lesbian advocacy movement."

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I see you also mention this story on the notmyshower site under "Religious Liberty At Stake."

Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission. AKA, the “HRC.”

About the Commission:

"In Alberta, the Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Act (HRCM Act) protects Albertans from discrimination in certain areas and on certain grounds. The purpose of the HRCM Act is to ensure that all Albertans are offered an equal opportunity to earn a living, find a place to live and enjoy services customarily available to the public without discrimination."

Those protected citizens include:

From the Preamble on the HUMAN RIGHTS, CITIZENSHIP AND MULTICULTURALISM ACT page:

"WHEREAS it is recognized in Alberta as a fundamental principle and as a matter of public policy that all persons are equal in: dignity, rights and responsibilities without regard to race, religious beliefs, colour, gender, physical disability, mental disability, age, ancestry, place of origin, marital status, source of income or family status;"
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Discrimination re publications, notices:

"No person shall publish, issue or display or cause to be published, issued or displayed before the public any statement, publication, notice, sign, symbol, emblem or other representation that

(a) indicates discrimination or an intention to discriminate against a person or a class of persons, or (b) is likely to expose a person or a class of persons to hatred or contempt"

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Clearly, this Canadian code is NOT the result of the GLBT equal rights advocacy movement, as you would have us all believe.

As far as the Canadian pastor who was fined $7000 for 'daring to declare his faith in public that homosexuality is immoral,' you've brought him up before, and I posted extensive excerpts of his letter at that time.

If you're so concerned about the suppression of free speech, why not print his (Rev Stephen Boissoin's now illegal) letter to the editor, so that we can all get a glimpse of just what it is, and whom you're actually defending?

Allow me:
Homosexual Agenda Wicked
From the Jun 17, 2002 issue of the Red Deer Advocate:

"The following is not intended for those who are suffering from an unwanted sexual identity crisis. For you, I have understanding, care, compassion and tolerance. I sympathize with you and offer you my love and fellowship. I prayerfully beseech you to seek help, and I assure you that your present enslavement to homosexuality can be remedied. Many outspoken, former homosexuals are free today.

Instead, this is aimed precisely at every individual that in any way supports the homosexual machine that has been mercilessly gaining ground in our society since the 1960s. I cannot pity you any longer and remain inactive. You have caused far too much damage.

My banner has now been raised and war has been declared so as to defend the precious sanctity of our innocent children and youth, that you so eagerly toil, day and night, to consume. With me stand the greatest weapons that you have encountered to date - God and the "Moral Majority." Know this, we will defeat you, then heal the damage that you have caused. Modern society has become dispassionate to the cause of righteousness. Many people are so apathetic and desensitized today that they cannot even accurately define the term "morality."

The masses have dug in and continue to excuse their failure to stand against horrendous atrocities such as the aggressive propagation of homo- and bisexuality. Inexcusable justifications such as, "I'm just not sure where the truth lies," or "If they don't affect me then I don't care what they do," abound from the lips of the quantifiable majority.

Face the facts, it is affecting you. Like it or not, every professing heterosexual is have their future aggressively chopped at the roots.

Edmund Burke's observation that, "All that is required for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing," has been confirmed time and time again. From kindergarten class on, our children, your grandchildren are being strategically targeted, psychologically abused and brainwashed by homosexual and pro-homosexual educators.

Our children are being victimized by repugnant and premeditated strategies, aimed at desensitizing and eventually recruiting our young into their camps. Think about it, children as young as five and six years of age are being subjected to psychologically and physiologically damaging pro-homosexual literature and guidance in the public school system; all under the fraudulent guise of equal rights.

Your children are being warped into believing that same-sex families are acceptable; that men kissing men is appropriate.

Your teenagers are being instructed on how to perform so-called safe same gender oral and anal sex and at the same time being told that it is normal, natural and even productive. Will your child be the next victim that tests homosexuality positive?

Come on people, wake up! It's time to stand together and take whatever steps are necessary to reverse the wickedness that our lethargy has authorized to spawn. Where homosexuality flourishes, all manner of wickedness abounds.

Regardless of what you hear, the militant homosexual agenda isn't rooted in protecting homosexuals from "gay bashing." The agenda is clearly about homosexual activists that include, teachers, politicians, lawyers, Supreme Court judges, and God forbid, even so-called ministers, who are all determined to gain complete equality in our nation and even worse, our world.

Don't allow yourself to be deceived any longer. These activists are not morally upright citizens, concerned about the best interests of our society. They are perverse, self-centered and morally deprived individuals who are spreading their psychological disease into every area of our lives. Homosexual rights activists and those that defend them, are just as immoral as the pedophiles, drug dealers and pimps that plague our communities.

The homosexual agenda is not gaining ground because it is morally backed. It is gaining ground simply because you, Mr. and Mrs. Heterosexual, do nothing to stop it. It is only a matter of time before some of these morally bankrupt individuals such as those involved with NAMBLA, the North American Man/Boy Lovers Association, will achieve their goal to have sexual relations with children and assert that it is a matter of free choice and claim that we are intolerant bigots not to accept it.

If you are reading this and think that this is alarmist, then I simply ask you this: how bad do things have to become before you will get involved? It's time to start taking back what the enemy has taken from you. The safety and future of our children is at stake.

Rev Stephen Boissoin"

"Homosexual rights activists and those that defend them, are just as immoral as the pedophiles"

And there you have the "morality" of Rev. Stephen Boissoin - adult gay relationships, and anyone who supports them, are exactly the same as child rapists.

Now, despite the fact that you defend this definition of "morality," Ms. Rickman, you use the above example to say that "Freedom of religon directly in conflict with gay lesbian avocacy movement," and that "the GLBT movement is winning. Which means "all churches who don't agree with us doors will be closed"."

What you neglect to mention is that Egale Canada ((Equality for Gays and Lesbians Everywhere) a national organization that advances equality and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans-identified people and their families across Canada) refused to take up the case against Reverend Boissoin. Meaning that one of, if not the leading gay rights organization in Canada actually STANDS WITH YOU in supporting Rev. Boissoin's right to public hate speech.

Personally, and for the record, I concur with their position:

"We think the best course is to expose his misguided views to public strutiny. We believe that sunshine is the best disinfectant."

But who do you choose to blame? Not the individual, Darren Lund, who brought the complaint, but the ENTIRE GLBT equal rights movement.

And who do you choose to defend in all of this? Paul Cameron supporter Stephen Boissoin.

Paul Cameron, fan of Nazi war criminal Rudolf Höss, believes gays should be imprisoned for "sodomy," and is an open advocate of genocide for anyone living with HIV.

Boissoin also uses the "Dutch Study" to depict gay relationships as inherently non-monogamous. A study which EXCLUDED MONOGAMOUS COUPLES!
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This is obviously NOT about "religious" freedom for you, it's about the "freedom" to impose your "religion" on others.

And for whatever reason, it seems that you are either unable or unwilling to admit this. Yet despite this, you have the temerity to complain that you, and those like you, are the ones who are truly being persecuted.

This also isn't about "free speech" for you. It's about the protection of "hate speech."

You have literally come here in expectation of sympathy for your defense of hate speech, and you wish for us to feel sorry for you.
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Also see:

Randy Thomas, VP of Exodus International.

D.L. Foster's Gay Christian Movement Watch.

8 comments:

Stephen Boissoin said...

Get your facts straight....I said "homosexual rights activists and those that support them (homosexual rights activists)..." The comment, support it or not, referred to today's very biased pro-homosexual curriculum that teaches that homosexuality is normal and acceptable, does not offer a teen stuggling with sexual identity issues any professional direction nor does it inform students about the proven (via secular sources) lethality of homosexual practices, especially men that have sex with men.

My entire article had nothing to do with the average gay person in society. It was targeting gay activism towards students.

"Folks, with 70 percent of the people in this country living with HIV being gay or bi (sexual), we cannot deny that HIV is a gay disease," Foreman told his audience. "We have to own that and face up to that." National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's (NGLTF) Executive Director Matt Foreman.

Pro-gay curriculums instruct teachers to avoid the medical facts and any opinion presents a anti-homosexual view. We teach our children that smoking and drugs are dangerous but these activist teach them that homosexual sexuality is normal and acceptable when it has been proven beyond doubt that it is just as or more dangerous than a serious drug addiction.

Stephen Boissoin
http://www.stephenboissoin.com

Stephen Boissoin said...

You're right when you call it 'hate speech'...I admit I hate the gay activist agenda that targets children. I do not hate a person that claims to be gay. I have never met a gay person that wasn't at least somewhat likeable. My issue of contention is biased activism that hides the full story. Hate me for that..call me names etc. I could care less what you think.

ps..I have never met Paul Cameron nor spoken with him via email or any other way so stop misleading via the same tactics that you accuse others of implementing. I probably wouldn't agree with everything he says or believes but I do agree with him about homosexuality and he offers some great resources. Either way, my personal opinion is that homosexuality is unnatural, unproductive, immoral, destructive and outright disgusting.

Stephen Boissoin

Kevin said...

"Either way, my personal opinion is that homosexuality is unnatural, unproductive, immoral, destructive and outright disgusting." What a sweet example of a Christian minister you are, Mr. Boissoin. Do you think that your comments will in any way make someone who is not Christian turn to Christ? You know the answer and you can take it up with Jesus next time you speak to Him. I'm sure He will be very interested in hearing what you have to say--and I'm sure He cares what you think, even though you don't care what the rest of us have to say.

Emproph said...

"Either way, my personal opinion is that homosexuality is unnatural, [...] and outright disgusting."

Congratulations Stephen Boissoin, you're officailly a heterosexual.

Drew said...

Bravo, Stephen.

Ken said...

One begins to wonder if ministers like Boissoin will ever condemn divorce/remarriages, false doctrines of excess wealth being acceptable, and coercion and slander as a viable tool to convert non-Christians. Both gay and straight alike.

Most ministers will not admit these are sins to their congregations. Why? Because the Christian community (especially the conservative, fundamentalists/evangelical type) that supports these sins will not admit they are sins but rather justify them as being irrelevant to today's Christian. It is never discussed. If it is discussed its glossed over for a moment (rather grudgingly) and the sermon then turns back, to no surprise, at ranting about the immorality of gay people. Only when the "gay threat" is discussed in church does it bring in more money than condemning someone that has been married more than once or the rich man that has given to their church. Their churches would be empty otherwise. Hypocrisy has now become common place in the Church. Even worshiped. Very sad.

I hate to say this but most of Christianity today has become a false idol of a "us" vs. "them". And that was never Jesus's intention. I fear that we may never understand one another.

Drew said...

Upon rereading, I realize the good reverend may have said a few somewhat inflammatory things, but having personally seen and experienced a lot of the results of the pervasive gay agenda, I can understand the outrage and the attitude of alarm. I think most people disagree with homosexuality in general, but would rather keep quiet and to themselves, which is often mistaken for approval or support. Now and then it takes someone slapping us in the face to get us to realize just what the situation is like anymore.

I read a blog calling out behavior, not individuals.

Emproph said...

"I read a blog calling out behavior, not individuals."

So be it.

I read a “blog” that invents behavior --via Paul Cameron and the INTENTIONAL misuse of the Dutch Study -- in order for it to be called out.

The issue here has much less to do with inflammatory speech than it does with intentional dishonesty. To support Mr. Boissoin’s use of intentional dishonesty, is to support intentional dishonesty.

Assuming you have any concern at all for your own credibility, you may want to do some more “rereading.”