Saturday, November 15, 2008

The gay 'enemies list'

The lavender menace continues:
A National Protest Against Prop 8 organized by is scheduled for this Saturday. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which opponents say donated more than $20 million to the Yes on 8 campaign, has already become a focus of protests, with demonstrators gathered around Mormon temples not only in California but across the country. . . .
African-Americans, 70% of whom voted yes on Proposition 8, according to a CNN exit poll, have become a target. According to eyewitness reports published on the Internet, racial epithets have been used against African-Americans at protests in California, directed even at blacks who are fighting to repeal Proposition 8. . . .
On, individuals who gave money toward Proposition 8 are publicized, with readers urged not to patronize their businesses or services. The list of donors was culled from data on, which follows all contributions of over $1,000 and all contributions of over $100 given before October 17. Dentists, accountants, veterinarians and the like who gave a few thousand dollars to the cause are listed alongside major donors like the Container Supply Co., Inc. of Garden Grove, Calif., which gave $250,000. "Anyone who steps into a political fight aimed at taking away fundamental rights from fellow citizens opens themselves up to criticism," said [gay radical terrorist leader Evan] Wolfson.
Brownshirt tactics and economic terrorism in the name of "tolerance"? Evan Wolfson is nothing but a latter-day Ernst Rohm. If this is what they're like when they lose, what will they be like if they win?


  1. Interesting that you would use Rohm. He was accused by Hitler of being homosexual and he was also executed...For treason. Somehow I don't think Wolfson will share the same fate. It's intellectual terrorism. What they cannot do through re-education camps, they will do through intellectual terror and social conformism. What these hypocrites fail to realize is that they have become what they allegedly loath.

  2. For more of the same, see this:

    Economic terrorism.

  3. Since you haven't mentioned this I'm thinking that maybe you are unaware. Here in Massachusetts they did actually create an enemies list. It later expanded to other states.

  4. Actually, a lot of the SA (brownshirts) leadership was homosexual. There isn't any doubt that Roehm was gay. Although that was excuse to get rid of him, most historians will say that his homosexuality was a pretext for his execution. It's especially true since there were many other Nazi party officials who were known homosexuals and who didn't have any problem with the party.

  5. Interesting that donations to this group must be made public?

    Yet we can't get lists of grants/ donations made to ACORN and its many affiliates?

  6. It all kinda makes one feel a bit more comfortable about having voted against these jerks.

  7. Innocent question: when was it that boycotting became "economic terrorism?" Doesn't Focus on the Family call for a boycott basically every other week?

    How is it rational for gay dollars to go where the same gay dollars will be used against LGBTs in political fights?