Since when is genocide against gays “controversial”?
I wake up this morning to find a most strange article staring me in the face on Yahoo:
The article is headlined: “Rock Group “Junkyard Prophet” Delivers Controversial Message at School Assembly” By Sarah B. Weir, Yahoo! blogger | Parenting
Really, Ms. Weir, (and Yahoo,) “exterminating homosexuals” is merely “controversial” – don’t you mean incendiary – as in to the gas chambers incendiary?
DUNKERTON, Iowa — A group invited into Dunkerton High School to bolster tolerance instead drove wedges between classmates, according to students. Now, leaders of Junkyard Prophet — a hard-rocking band and part of the You Can Run But You Cannot Hide Ministry — claim they will schedule a return visit this week.
They want to defend their message, which they claim has been misrepresented since Thursday’s school assembly.
Bradlee Dean, founder and executive director of the controversial ministry, said Friday the group intends to send a representative to Dunkerton this week. That person will show images taken during the recent performance.
Really, Ms. Weir, and the Dunkerton Iowa school authorities, and Yahoo, and politicians galore who troop to Mr. Dean’s radio show and to his side, and invite him in to speak, do you not do any research? A quick internet search of “Bradlee Dean Kill Gays” comes up with a plethora of sites detailing exactly how crazed this man is in his genocidal rage against gay folks:
“Minnesota House Republicans invited anti-gay preacher Bradlee Dean of You Can Run But You Cannot Hide to give the morning prayer. The prayer was so offensive to many legislators that House leadership brought in the chaplain to redo the prayer.”
The opening paragraph, mind you, and it got worse from there. And yes, well, I dare say “Exterminate the homosexuals” is quite offensive indeed, no?
“Dean has made many controversial statements as pastor of You Can Run, including advocating the incarceration of gays and lesbians” – and our extermination too. Oh let us not be fooled merely by the tomfoolery of creating a police state of enormous proportions to round us up to incarcerate us for the rest of our natural lives, and then to send us to the wall to be shot, or the gallows to be hung, or the gas chambers to be eliminated all the more quickly with less fuss and muss. Let us not forget that this creep thinks killing 10,000,000 or so fellow American is just a fine thing to do on any given day. Ah, but it’s merely “controversial”? Talk about sick jokes, right?
Oh it goes on from there, if one seeks to spend a moment in researching the mad ravings of this certifiable lunatic:
by Mel Seesholtz Ph.D.
“It’s no secret that the radical Christian Right’s most often quoted “psychologist,” discredited Paul Cameron, has been advocating killing gays for decades:
At the 1985 Conservative Political Action Conference, [Paul] Cameron announced to the attendees, “Unless we get medically lucky, in three or four years, one of the options discussed will be the extermination of homosexuals.” According to an interview with former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, Cameron was recommending the extermination option as early as 1983.”
Well, then, that’s well before gay marriage ever surfaced as a real issue to be discussed (not that we haven’t been bringing it up since the early 1950s, before I was even born,) but still when being gay was illegal in most states already – laws against our existence weren’t enough for these mini-Hitlers – they want us dead. Nothing says “good Christian” than “kill the gays,” eh?
You can read more about the Cameron’s “final solution” all over the internet – this is not some off the cuff one time statement – this is a continued effort to gin up support for the destruction and elimination of some 10,000,000 American taxpayers through a Nazi-Khmer Rouge inspired extermination plan. Peachy, eh? And you wonder why gays might “seem” paranoid? Well, I dare say when politicians and church leaders are all of a fellowship for exterminating their fellow Americans, well, I’m not paranoid – they are out to get me. And are quite pleasant in their calls for “extermination.” Swell!
“Of course, most the “Christian” leaders of the anti-gay movement distance themselves from such outright murderous statement, preferring instead to run workshop to teach children as young as 14 to hate gays:”
And where is one of the leaders of the GOP today? Rick Santorum is right there on Bradlee Dean’s radio show sharing points on how to eliminate gay people. Michelle Bachmann? Ditto. Tom Emmer of Minnesota’s governorship? Ditto. Newt? Ditto. How many more, who can keep track of it all?
But I find the blasé word “controversial” to be so strange, other worldly, simply beyond rational thought.
Oh hate gay folks all you want. Don’t go to a gay bar. But kill us? Really? That’s merely “controversial”? Say it ain’t so. In fact, own up to what Bradlee Dean has said, admit proudly that you are all for a murderous police state for liberty. Let that contradiction sink into your mind. Wonder about the rapaciousness of it, astound yourself with the very concept that in America in 2012 there are people in this nation calling for the wholesale slaughter of fellow citizens.
And when they are done killing all the gays, who shall be next on their list?
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