20 million protest for Liberty
Mostly unnoticed this weekend is that all over this nation – and around the world – some 20 million gay folks will get together in parades and events and festivities – and wave not only their national flags, but the Rainbow flag – and basically ask for one thing: some rational decency from heterosexuals. No one will even attempt to count them all – nor guess – not the vaunted “LGBT community” nor any government agency. The press will not cover it. Nothing will be said. And few will realize it happened.
There will little violence – and certainly not from the participants. Though in some cities the parades will be attacked – http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gay-activist-badly-beaten-russian-city-bans-pride260313
Those are just two places where lunatic heterosexuals attack peaceful gay folks. The attacks continue verbal and physical all over the world against the people everyone agrees heterosexuals create. One way or the other you create us – and your pissed off about it – so blame us for your failure. And we politely turn the other cheek and say “bless you, for you know not what you do.”
Here’s some reports of this weekend’s festivities:
Here’s a list of events worldwide – hardly complete there are so many:
Here’s from the town of Tabor Czech Republic – where one branch of my family comes from – http://www.queerprideparadetabor.cz/ – other than that it’s some local American thing drive by the Democratic party – as I laugh in scorn at the concept.
And in this massive 40 year old political protest all over the world there are certain things that stand out:
First – the press will be mostly mute – they will maybe talk about it in their city – as if it doesn’t happen in any other city – they will ignore the world!
Second – more gay folks march annually in political protests than any other group of anyone else ever conceived. Occupy? A laughable few. Tea Party? Tiny. Veterans? Nowhere close. To what can such millions gathering in peace be compared? These multitudes who ask but for the right to fish in peace – there is no other comparison. For 40 years since this first little march in 1970:
And all because heterosexuals raided on last gay bar one last time before we uttered the mightiest “NO!” the world has ever heard.
And the world’s news media and politicians will ignore it all – for they can’t conceive of the size of this movement.
This Catholic group, I don’t know or care exactly who – put up this flier on the internet:
They’ll start a movement? Hahaha!
We’ve had a movement – and it’s been at work far longer than these people who can’t get more than a few 100s if that many. I find it hysterically funny that they don’t see our persistence – no, they claim they will stop us – such is not the case. They will have to kill us all, which I sometimes suspect they would have no problem with doing, so nasty and delusional they are.
Meanwhile, the great marches will go on world wide and the heterosexuals of the world will ignore it – for they can’t conceive of our determination and our peacefulness and our willingness to engage in redress of grievances – oh, it’s marvelous to behold.
Something to consider when anyone thinks the Supreme Court decisions this past week are the final word on the confounded subject. No, not until we get what we want in every country on earth will it truly end. And short of a genocide of some 5% or so of the world’s population – you’re not getting rid of us.
Meanwhile, in NYC, where it all started (where I was born, too):
No, I’m not worried about what will happen — we shall overcome — and it’ll take just a while longer in America — and then, well, yes, then the world.
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