In reaction to the news on a story blown out of per portion, I for one do not believe it was by accident, but a story with an underhanded goal in mind. This was a setup by a gay person with personal issues.
The Story: “Lesbian teacher’s allegations ignite debate” posted on CTV News as well other media outlets who also took a crack at this story. More specifically there are gay websites, anti religious websites and generally everyone who hates the church anyways all cashing in on this story.
Every opportunity that comes along there are the same morons coming out of the woodwork, using religion as their whipping boy to try to make their own personal guilt go away. Face it if you did not have guilt issues you would not even have spent two seconds on this story, because it never had any merit in the first place. It did not have any form of bigotry attached; it was merely another opportunity for certain groups of people to cry foul with total disregard for the rights of people outside of their own interests.
Is it me or is everyone else noticing that in today’s society minority groups are ever increasing their attempts to force the majority to cater to their whims, at the expense of the majority?
There are even between the lines “indignation” that religious beliefs supersedes gay rights. There is even a hint that the public might want to consider changing the law, because this is outrageously legal. Other websites go so far as to scorn the idea churches should have any rights at all.
Other outlets, in particular a gay activist website goes much further….
I find it outrages, that we can defend gay rights, but cannot defend the rights of religious beliefs. There was no defense in these articles, only a statement saying what they did was legal.
It’s insane that a gay person takes a job where they know its going to create conflict.
Or was it the objective? To close everyone to all ideologies that do not conform to gay best interests vs. that of the public as a whole?
Get real, stop being such a bunch of hypocrites defending one sided rights! I know that there will be people responding with sanctimonious accusations, however the same people will be whining about the loss of their own rights when their own rules create a polarized society that serves only one private interest group.
Was it the most stupid thing I ever did, going out of my way to support gay rights? I did not know it came with a “gay rights only” tag attached. I have no regrets, but I mince no words in regards to rights of society to differ in opinion.
Clearly this was a set up by gay extremists to attack people who do not concur with their beliefs. A grand stage to attack religion, under the pretext of being a victim of religion.
Its pure fantasy to say on one hand that you condemn Catholic priests for abuse, but go hush hush about the same abuse coming from gay people. Get real, a crime is a crime and being religious is not a crime yet, even if gays would wish it to be. The abuse done in church had nothing to do with this incident, its merely being used to grandstand by an abusive extremist few.
If you’re going to be honest, live and let live, because if you won’t, we will all lose, all of our freedoms.
Gays have rights; let’s defend them because if we don’t, we are on our way to losing our own rights.
As for gay activists bringing the argument of corruption in church by its leaders into this debate, I suggest you look also at convicted abusers in jail and see how many of them came out of your ranks.
Gay activists would do well to stick to fighting for their rights, rather than attacking the legitimate rights of others.
JLS ……For What It’s Worth