Saturday, November 15, 2008

This Is What We're Up Against

Last Sunday a Lansing church was disrupted by a gang of homosexual anarchists, pulling fire alarms, yelling at parishioners that "Jesus was gay!", and shouting prfanities and blasphemies. According to the journalist from the Lansing City Pulse who was recruited by the gang to document the event, no arrests were made though Eaton County Sheriff's deputies did eventually arrive. (Gay anarchist action hits church).

According to Nick De Leeuw at RightMichigan, (Michigan liberals attack Lansing congregation in the middle of Sunday worship):

Prayer had just finished when men and women stood up in pockets across the congregation, on the main floor and in the balcony. "Jesus was gay," they shouted among other profanities and blasphemies as they rushed the stage. Some forced their way through rows of women and kids to try to hang a profane banner from the balcony while others began tossing fliers into the air. Two women made their way to the pulpit and began to kiss.

Their other props? I'll let them tell you in their own words... from another of their liberal blogs:

"(A) video camera, a megaphone, noise makers, condoms, glitter by the bucket load, confetti, pink fabric...yeh."

WorldNet Daily reports that

In a statement posted on the Internet, Bash Back confirmed its "operatives" were in the service, "stood up, declared themselves fags, and began screaming loudly. … Another group threw over a thousand fliers to the entire … congregation. The fire alarm was pulled. Queers began making out in front of the pastor. And within a matter of minutes, everyone had evaded the guards and made their escapes."

The statement continued, "Let is be known: So long as bigots kill us in the streets, this pack of wolves will continue to BASH BACK!" ("Lesbians, condoms go wild in attack on Christian church").

This ugly business follows up an incident in Southern California last week in which a lone old lady protesting gay marriage was shouted down and her cross taken away from her and stomped by violent pro-tolerance demonstrators. The video is available here.

The story of the attack on the Lansing church received almost zero national coverage. The Detroit Free Press mentioned it briefly, ("Pro-gay protest disrupts Lansing-area church's servicesPro-gay protest disrupts Lansing-area church's services"), characterizing the demonstration as "raucous."

Ad hoc assemblies of idiots like these do not make me fear for the safety of my home and kin. What I find disturbing in all this is the dangerous mixture of tantrum-throwing hatred by one segment of society with the supine response of the media in refusing to notice it on the other. It's become so tiresome for me to hear posed and reposed the endless forms of the question, "what if this had been done by conservative Christians in a gay church, etc.," that I almost never pose the issue that way myself.

But it's true just the same. The double standard is glaring. And as we know, it isn't only queers who are being protected.

As the political tables have turned, and as America embarks on this historic presidency, (historic not because Obama is black, but because he is the first president popularly elected to be a world messiah), the need for outlets for free speech is only going to be greater. The Left senses that its side is stronger today, and incidents like these are evidence of their new-found sense of security that they can act like this without public (i.e., media-enhanced) outcry.

As Nick Leeuw remarks in his post, this is what we're up against.


Anonymous said...

Absolutely CHILLING... especially the yawning of the media.

Anonymous said...

Let them all keep that kind of nonsense up. That is great PR, and thanks to the internet, the MSM can't whitewash it or hide it for long