The Intolerant Left

Certain people: (You know some of them; some are family and some of them you invite into your life by choices that you make) “We would be more comfortable in wanting to come around and associate with you if you were less disapproving of the things the Bible disapproves of.”

Me: “I keep remembering what I was taught early as a Christian that embracing and practicing Biblical teachings and obeying Biblical do’s and don’ts is the formula for successful living.

“You may go ahead and mess up your lives if you wish by rejecting the Word of God and the time-tested precepts contained therein.  You may go ahead and call me a dangerous, unstable extremist for choosing to walk a different path than you as you falsely attempt to call yourself ‘tolerant.’

“There is something you should take notice of and that is the fact that the sages throughout the ages taught concepts and precepts that mirror the teachings of Jesus the Christ when correctly comprehended.  Therefore, I shall continue to obey and follow the teachings and commands of the Creator of the universe and walk in His paths.”

Chapel Hill Shooting Suspect is Militant Atheist

Not only was the murder suspect in the shooting of three young Muslim students in Chapel Hill, N.C., Feb.10 a vehement atheist, he was also a fan of the Southern Poverty Law Center, as The Weekly Standard  pointed out Feb. 11.  A quick trip to the Craig Hicks’s Facebook page reveals that not only was Hicks a fan of the SPLC, he was a self-described “militant atheist”- with numerous photos, memes and posts mocking Christianity. Some posts call God a sociopath and call Christianity a “pyramid scheme.” His other Facebook likes include the Neil DeGrasse Tyson television show “Cosmos,” famous British atheist Richard Dawkins, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Sarah Silverman, Friedrich Nietzsche, The Huffington Post, LGBT Ally groups and various other progressive fan pages. It is safe to say this is the same man as the Craig Hicks who appeared in court Feb.11, as Hicks’s personal photos match the appearance of the man who appeared in court yesterday. While Hicks’s lawyers blamed the violence on a parking dispute, friends and family of the three young people murdered had complained about Hicks’ intolerant and aggressive behavior towards them in the past.  Hicks isn’t the first SPLC fan to turn violent. In 2012, the group’s “Hate Map,” which lists the addresses of various groups SPLC claims are right-wing extremists, inspired a gunman to enter the Family Research Council in 2012 and attempt to kill everyone in the building.

The media’s continued use of the SPLC as a legitimate and ethical source of information is just plain irresponsible. Besides the Family Research Council shooting, incidents of death threats against conservative organizations and Christian pastors have cropped up because of the group’s much cited “hate map.” Instead of pointing out criminal behavior, the SPLC is more responsible for inciting it. Yet the media continue to use them to bash conservatives, as CNN and The Daily Beast did recently. – Kristine Marsh


PC is nothing more than Thought Control

Say that “Bestiality Is Wrong” or “Polygamy Is Wrong” and it’s not considered hate speech, at least not currently.  However if you have the opinion that “Gay Marriage Is Wrong,” watch out!  It is going to feel like the whole world is jumping up and down screaming “racist” “bigot” and “hater” at you as they call for someone to grab a rope so they can deal with you. [hashtag, love wins], of course.

This is becoming the politically-correct norm, but no matter what one argues, this is the suppressing of free speech by hate-filled fascists.  Yes, they are very fascistic in their so-called “tolerance” which is tolerant of only those who think exactly like they do, hence they are fascists pretending to be open-minded.

No one targeted pro-gay bakeries, but gay activists target Christian bakeries for extermination. “Support Gay Marriage” is what one Christian bakery was sued for because they dared to refuse to put that slogan on a cake for an event to support the gay agenda. Yes, Christian bakeries that refuse to make pro-homosexual marriage cakes because of their deeply held religious beliefs are getting sued for being “intolerant.”  They get fined, they get death threats, and they lose their businesses.

One person decided to ask thirteen different gay bakeries to bake him a Pro-traditional-Marriage cake and he was denied service by all of them.  This experiment proves beyond doubt that the militant gay agenda is not just about their freedom to practice a sexual orientation, but the suppression of free speech.

On the other hand it is even worse than that:

The folks at decided to call some 13 prominent pro-gay bakers in a row. Each one of them denied them the right to have “Gay Marriage Is Wrong” on a cake and even used deviant insults and obscenities against them.

Several Christian bakeries were sued in the United States with several who lost their businesses and we said enough is enough.

One baker even said all sorts of profanities against Christians and ended the conversation by saying that she will make me a cookie with a large phallus on it.

It was all recorded. It will stun the American people as to how militant and intolerant the homosexual bakers were. Even after we completed our experiment we got a ton of hate messages saying that we were “hateful” for simply giving them a taste of their own medicine. They argued that the slogan “Gay Marriage Is Wrong” is not the same thing as “Support Gay Marriage” as [though] an opposite view of a view is hateful. This would mean that the majority of Americans who oppose gay marriage are “bigoted” and  “hate filled”. “Support Polygamy” or “Polygamy is Wrong” are views, yet the first which the Muslim supports and the second most Americans would never support, but both are opinions and are considered free speech.