Friday, January 2, 2009

Same-sex marriage activists endorse hate crimes for employees who voted for Proposition 8

homosexual, hate crimes, Proposition 8



Pacific Justice Institute reports a growing number of hate crime cases where those opposed to the Proposition 8 ballot have endorsed hate crimes: by harassing – and even firing – employees who voted for Proposition 8 which defined marriage as between one man and one woman.


PJI, a legal defense organization specializing in religious freedom, claims to be representing a San Francisco woman who was subject to hate crimes and fired for voting for Proposition 8 which defined marriage as between one man and one women.


"Californians have been shocked by the aggressiveness of radical homosexual activists who have ousted several individuals from their jobs and livelihoods based solely on their support for traditional marriage," states Brad Dacus, president of PJI, on the group's website. "These tactics of fear and intimidation in retaliation for supporting a lawful ballot like Proposition 8 are completely unacceptable."


"I've had several college professors report harassment by their colleagues." In one instance, Snider said, a professor took copies of nasty emails from his colleagues over his support of Proposition 8 to the lawyers in the college's human resources department. The professor alleged the emails clearly constituted hate crimes, but his appeal was ignored.


Anti Proposition 8 advocates have even set up a website, which lists hundreds of California residents, churches and businesses that donated money to the Proposition 8 campaign, urging sympathizers not to patronize those on the list.


People who support the truth that marriage is between one man and one women are being subject to hate crimes more and more.


Officer Graham Cogman was reportedly dismissed from his position in late November after he sent an email quoting Biblical passages denouncing homosexual behavior.


30 homosexual extremists stormed a church in Michigan USA. During the service the protesters outside the church were beating on buckets, shouting “Jesus was a homo.”


Warwick Marsh who was appointed just two days ago as a men's health ambassador has been sacked because of his views on homosexuality.

Christians attacked by homosexual mob in San Francisco.


Links to similar articles

Voted for Prop 8? you're fired. Same sex marriage activists target businesses, employees.

Voted for Prop 8? You're fired

Voted for Proposition 8 You're Fired

7 comments:

Schandy said...

Wow. I really like your blog. Keep up the good work. I just added you to my blogroll; I'd love to be on yours.

We’re looking to build a solid group of social conservatives who’ll frequent our site regularly and contribute to some good discussions.

Our blog is at http://religionandmorality.wordpress.com/

Thanks!

Pearl said...

What's truly sad is that most people aren't even aware that this is going on because the liberal media doesn't cover it.

Secular Heretic said...

Hi Schandy

You've got a great blog too. I've already added you. The first paragraph of your latest post appears in it.

I agree with you Pearl, the message needs to get out about this type of discrimination.

Anonymous said...

There's a gay-accepting church in the U.S. called the Metropolitain Community Church. It was established in the 1970's. Over the years more than 17 Metropolitain Community Churhes have been burned to the ground by socially conservative terrorists.

In the Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco, four social conservatives beat and gang raped a lesbian merely because she had pro-gay-rights bumper sticker on her car.

A few years ago, when the Olympics were held in Atlanta Georgia. A social conservative Christian terrorist named Eric Robert Rudolph firebombed a gay bar. The FBI took several years to apprehend mister Rudolph because local Christians sympathetic to him acted as accessories after the fact sheltering him from justice.

Secular Heretic said...

Can you post a link to these news articles I would like to read about them.

Anonymous said...

I would really like to see the sources on these incidents anonymous said.

--posted by Frankg

Secular Heretic said...

The events possibly did happen but linking the crimes to Christian groups seems unlikely. Perhaps they were Christian in name, you know got to church once a year and never pray. But I suppose there are radicals in any group.