C.H. Spurgeon

Sinners, let me address you with words of life; Jesus wants nothing from you, nothing whatsoever, nothing done, nothing felt; he gives both work and feeling. Ragged, penniless, just as you are, lost, forsaken, desolate, with no good feelings, and no good hopes, still Jesus comes to you, and in these words of pity he addresses you, "Him that cometh unto me I will in no wise cast out."

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Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Staged Hate Crimes & Crimes of Their Own

We are told over and over again that homosexuals are just “consensual adults” that don’t try to convert anyone and “just want to be accepted just as every heterosexual”.

I do not want to stereotype every single homosexual person into the following, but it must be noted that indeed neither are all homosexuals or the homosexual movement even remotely just a “friendly tolerant people filled with love for all that only wishes for equal rights to everyone”.

In fact we find the following issues also within homosexuals:

1. Homosexuals who commit faked hate crimes often admit to police that they did it either for attention or to express anger over the slowness of social "reform." In either case, the initial publicity creates the impression of an urgent need for the public to do something.

This manipulative method is described in After the Ball, a 1989 book by Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen, two public relations experts who taught homosexual activists how to achieve societal desensitization and to "jam" anyone opposing them. Here's their core strategy:

In any campaign to win over the public, gays must be portrayed as victims in need of protection so that straights will be inclined by reflex to adopt the role of protector ... The purpose of victim imagery is to make straights feel very uncomfortable

2. However, despite efforts by homosexual activists to distance the gay lifestyle from pedophilia, there remains a disturbing connection between the two.

Despite this evidence, in their efforts to divorce homosexuality from pedophilia, homosexual apologists insist on a rigid, narrow definition of the terms "homosexual" and "pedophile" that permits no overlap of the terms. They deny that homosexuals are attracted in inordinate numbers to boys. They also claim that pedophiles cannot be classified as "homosexual" if at any time they have had sexual relations with women.

However, such a narrow definition does not do justice to the complex nature of pedophilia. Researchers have long been aware that pedophiles exhibit a wide variety of sexual attractions and behavior--often to draw attention away from their primary lust for boys. A study on sex offenders in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology notes that "the reason child sexual abusers are successful at remaining undetected is because they do not fit a stereotype."

3. In Tennessee, authorities say a lesbian gang called GTO, Gays Taking Over, are involved in raping young girls.

That's Washington, Maryland, and Virginia, well over 150 of these crews or gangs or networks or houses, whatever you want to call them.

Well, you know, there is this national underground network, if you will, Bill, of women that's lesbians and also some men groups that's actually recruiting kids as young as 10 years old in a lot of the schools in the communities all across the country. And they're recruiting these individuals to be a member of their organization.

4. CDC Study Finds Homosexuals More Likely to Commit Crimes (1996 study withheld from the public)

"The finding that gays were more frequently engaged in criminality had been reported by every major sexuality survey," said Dr. Paul Cameron, Chairman of the Family Research Institute in Colorado Springs. "But for the CDC to uncover it in the largest nationwide sexuality survey done in the U.S. pretty-well 'nails it.' All the prior surveys, including the Kinsey Institutes,' had suggested the same thing. But their samples were either not random or too small to consider the findings statistically significant. Now, with CDC validation, the more frequent criminality of homosexuals seems indisputable."

"It's unlikely the CDC will do it again," Cameron said. "Their results cast serious doubt on the claim of the gay rights movement that, except for their sexual proclivities, homosexuals are the same as heterosexuals."

Do I believe homosexuals should be abused or killed? No. And for some to continually run to the Old Testament theocracy law to the Jews as to say Christians must all believe that a law must be passed to kill all homosexuals is tiresome and only shows the misunderstanding (by ignorance or purpose) of the accuser.

Homosexuality is a sin, immoral, and the act was/is against the law in many places in the United States. There is no reason that immoral acts of fornication should be tolerated, accepted, or given equal rights as God prescribed heterosexual intimacy in the marriage bed.

Homosexuals should stop trying to portray themselves as anything other than perverters of natural heterosexuality, to a form of ungodly, unnatural perversion.

Can homosexuals do good things and be a “good” person? Yes. But they are still immoral and sin every time they take thought or deed into a lifestyle or pleasure of homosexuality – as does every Christian and non-Christian that engages in thoughts and actions of any fornication.

It is one thing to refrain from beating, killing, etc. a person for sinning, but quite another to accept their sin as okay.


BEAST said...


Years of skimming through christian websites have taught me one thing: Religious paranoia is very rife indeed.

There were rumours during the 1980s right up to the internet age that satanic groups were committing gruesome child sacrifices and all that Aztec-style ceremonies.

An FBI report lately refuted these claims as urban legends.

BEAST said...

"Homosexuals should stop trying to portray themselves as anything other than perverters of natural heterosexuality, to a form of ungodly, unnatural perversion."

Sigh. How gays portray themselves, is it any of your fucking business?

I am an atheist, and I am proud of it. Are you going to teach me on how to run my life?

Get a life, Splinter. Who knows, you might just be another closet gay, like your good pal, Ted Haggard!

Writer, Splinters of Silver.com said...

Aren't you and the homosexuals trying to "teach me on how to run my life"?

I am being told that, even though over 80% believe in God, I am to keep God and religion to myself, not tell others, keep it out of the public and government, etc.

I am being told that even though homosexuality is unnatural and against the law that I should be tolerant of it, accept it as morally right, and not speak against it.

I am being told how I should act, feel, and think by those which God and Scripture considers wrong - yes, that makes it my business.

BEAST said...

Say what you want to say, Splinter. But when you start proselytizing your stupid beliefs to others, you begin to annoy people the likes of me, who will not hesitate to use our bloody rights to make fun of your erroneous beliefs.

Keeping religion out of government was the idea concocted by (gasp!) your founding fathers, Mr Tim. If you are so angry with that rule, go desecrate the graves of your founding fathers.

Sure, go ahead, spread your hatred against gays, and in the process earn more vitriol against the Christian creed.

Oh yes. And more blasphemy too. Damn I love blasphemy.

Writer, Splinters of Silver.com said...

The thing is my proselytizing (as you so often say) is no different (except that it is true) than your proselytizing of evolution and there being no God, and the homosexual proselytizing that the unnatural act of fornication should be accepted.

Your claim is much further than a simple complaint to make sure Congress does not establish a State religion, and more of a desire that no person in office even take a thought to their Christian convictions, Scriptural authority, or the acknowlegement of God while in office to make decisions. It is crazy to think that any person (Christian or Atheist) could put aside all personal convictions and thoughts when making decisions whether in or out of office, and most hypocritical for a person to believe one thing and vote, pass, or fight for another simply because they are in the government. We should know them (the best we can) before we cast that vote.

Whether one speaks pro or anti towards homosexuals it will not bring them to love the Christian creed (not sure what you mean by this), for Romans 1 will always be in the Scriptures whether Christians preach it or not. The only way for one to really love to be a Christian is to accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior by faith unto salvation.

And blasphemy, along with the other, will not change until there is a conviction from the Holy Spirit within the heart.

BEAST said...

Oh, no Mr Tim:

I am going to use some good ole Texan Slang here:

Me ain't no proselytizing. Me don't do no preachy stuff.

Me just wanna tell you: Keep your Jesus off my penis!

Ok, joke aside, let me put it across to you this way: I don't proselytize: Evolution is science. Just as I don't proselytize physics (Well I do experiments on physics, and sometimes teach them to others, but that isn't proselytizing), I can't be accused of proselytizing on Evolution as well!

As for gays, the thing is this: I am not a gay, I can't be expected to know what a gay thinks, but my stand is clear: He who doesn't really bother you, don't bother them. Scripture or no scripture. They ain't broke no laws. All they do is hurt each other's backsides. Leave them to their anal pleasures. We have ours. Period. Is that too difficult for a Christian?

Oh no, no, you guys want to pry into what people are doing in bedrooms! For voyeurs to do that, they get jailed. For Christians to do that, they are venerated as moral police!

You see, Mr Tim, any elected persons can be religious (Clinton was a baptist, and I would have loved him to be in office any day, cigar or no cigar), but the thing is, he can't be expected to say things like "Hell I am going to war because its God's will" and infantile speeches that mean little or nothing at all. Neither can we expect a President to be biased onesidely towards religions like ape Bush is doing, and so on.

As for Jesus, oh please, keep him by all means. Let me make my stand clear: I don't teach or ask others to abandon religion. It takes a person with real balls and most importantly a mind to do so.

Carry on with your gay hating, Mr Tim. Just remember, I know where the websites you go, and I will be haunting you like a leech, every step of the way.

Your Friendly Neighborhood Beast

Writer, Splinters of Silver.com said...

Funny, I know plenty of people from Texas and don't remember any talking like that even in slang, or making perverted comments including Jesus.

If you really believed "He who doesn't really bother you, don't bother them", you would never visit my blog and comment. You would only comment when I "bother you" at your blog or another blog you visit.

And homosexuals have broken laws, for there is/was laws that condemned the act of homosexuality as unlawful. Is that too difficult for you and them to understand? We did not "pry into what people are doing in bedrooms", they have brought it out to the streets, television, movies, etc. and demanded that we embrace and except it with open arms.

Stating the obvious unnaturalness of homosexuality, the current laws against the act, its perverseness against morality and godliness, is not hate spech but simple truth that the guilty do not wish to accept or hear.

As for your threat or promise of "I know where the websites you go, and I will be haunting you like a leech, every step of the way", by all means show your character as you spew your "hate speech" against me and Biblical Truth, and remember your own words "He who doesn't really bother you, don't bother them". I will be looking forward to your replies.

BEAST said...


Guys like you bother me because of your condescension and your hypocrisy.

Like I said, I know which blogs you feature in, and where you comment, expect to see my rebuttals as well.


BEAST said...

'And homosexuals have broken laws, for there is/was laws that condemned the act of homosexuality as unlawful. Is that too difficult for you and them to understand? We did not "pry into what people are doing in bedrooms", they have brought it out to the streets, television, movies, etc. and demanded that we embrace and except it with open arms."

You christians have your own Christian channels as well, with Robertson even calling for the murder of president Chavez of Venezuela.

A good ole example of "love thy neighbour"?


John Bunyan

To be saved is to be preserved in the faith to the end. 'He that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.' (Mt. 24:13) Not that perseverance is an accident in Christianity, or a thing performed by human industry; they that are saved 'are kept by the power of God, through faith unto salvation.' (1 Pet. 1: 3-6) But perseverance is absolutely necessary to the complete saving of the soul…. He that goeth to sea with a purpose to arrive at Spain, cannot arrive there if he be drowned by the way; wherefore perseverance is absolutely necessary to the saving of the soul.