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America's Homosexual Jingoism - Part 1
An American Expat in Southeast Asia ^ | 5 Feb 2014 | expatguy

Posted on 02/05/2014 1:17:50 AM PST by expatguy

Imagine in America that as a precondition to receiving your welfare or social security check, the government demanded and forced you to accept homosexuality and same-sex marriage as a normal way of life or imagine that as a precondition to receiving humanitarian aid you were forced to change your religion.

It's an understatement to say that the majority of Americans would be outraged that the government would have the audacity to do such a thing.   Not only is it unethical, but it is unAmerican.

The ethics and morality of conditional aid aside,  there is something morally incongruous, whereas as a nation we stand for freedom of thought and expression on one hand and then on the other would demand apostasy in return for us granting humanitarian aid or assistance.

It's something that simply can't happen, not in America.

But it is happening and to paraphrase Amon Goeth, "it's policy now".  America's foreign policy.

Foreign aid money is now linked to a nation's acceptance of homosexual rights.  Countries that kowtow to this cultural imperialism and embrace the homosexual lifestyle by accepting same-sex marriage and all that comes with it will be put on the "good list" and will be eligible for humanitarian aid and support.  Those countries that stubbornly refuse to submit to this promiscuous iconoclasm and apostate themselves will be "dealt with" accordingly and will face being denied humanitarian aid.

To summarize that for the millennials .... In an act of cultural terrorism, Barack Hussein Obama a closet fanboi of Bushisms gives the world a good fisting.  "Hey, you're either with us or against us!"

In what Russia's President Vladamir Putin accurately describes as "homosexual propaganda", millions of dollars in United States taxpayer monies are now being spent annually proselytizing the homosexual agenda and same-sex marriage overseas.  Your tax dollars are hard at work paying for gay-themed parties and contests offering expensive gifts like iPad minis to overseas homosexuals.  Incidentally expensive gifts like an iPad mini might serve as a recruitment tool for some poor kid overseas who is confused about his sexuality.

United States embassies and government agencies overseas are urging homosexuals to come out and be confrontational by "promoting self-affirmation, visibility as a social group, and celebrating diversity"  While this confrontational  "in your face" behavior can be seen as instigating the citizens of another country to engage in behavior that can be interpreted as either seditious or crimes of moral turpitude.

Needless to say, the chief obstacles to this policy are the ardent religious beliefs, convictions and traditions of over four billion people throughout the world.  What the Taliban in Bamiyan could never completely destroy with dynamite, the United States and Barack Obama are now determined to destroy with policy.

No one could have ever expected that the day would come when Uncle Sam who once stood as a beacon for freedom and democracy around the world would disturbingly morph into the Grand Inquisitor, but then again no one ever expected the American Inquisition.

In a presidential memorandum President Barack Obama, appropriating the language of human rights, states that  "no country should deny people their rights because of who they love, which is why we must stand up for the rights of gays and lesbians everywhere."

Exactly what those rights are has left much of the world's intelligentsia befuddled.  Attempting to make clear in what can best be described as State Department sophistry Hillary Clinton compared the struggle for gay rights to women's rights and racial equality, and said a country's cultural or religious traditions are no excuse for discrimination, "gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights".

The fallacy in this statement should be self-evident, gay rights and human rights simply can't be conflated.  We all have human rights simply by virtue of us being human, without distinction to one's race, color, creed or sexual proclivities. One is founded in the tenets of moral objectivism and the other moral subjectivism, it's antithesis.  The mere juxtaposition of the two words exposes not only the antithetical nature that exists but the clear understanding that one cannot be promoted without the expense of the other, logic would therefore dictate that gay rights can only be promoted at the expense of human rights.

Before I get to the point of how gay rights have been promoted at the expense of human rights and how the promotion of gay rights inevitably leads to the decline of freedom, it is important to note that homosexuals around the world already have equal rights which are clearly enshrined in the United Nations declaration of human rights.   With regards to marriage, one of the principle complaints of the gays rights movement, is that gays are denied the right to marriage.  This simply isn't true.   The reality is that a homosexual man or woman for that matter, has every right to get married if they choose to do so.  Just not to someone of the same sex.  There is nothing discriminatory here, a homosexual has no more rights and no less rights than a heterosexual with regards to marriage.  By the same token, sibling marriage or getting married to one of your parents is prohibited.  Does a father and daughter who love each other have a right to get married?

Being desirous of certain course of action or simply wanting to do something does not make it a right and certainly not something that requires support at the state level.

"No country should deny people their rights because of who they love...[sic]"  - Is is arrogant sophomoric statements of policy such as this which open up Messieurs Obama and Clinton to derision and disdain abroad and bring shame to our country.

God Help Us.   


TOPICS: Government; Politics; Religion
KEYWORDS: foreignpolicy; homosexual; homosexualagenda; propaganda

1 posted on 02/05/2014 1:17:50 AM PST by expatguy
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To: expatguy

America is kowtowing to the .1% but not to worry, God will sort out the evil from the good.

2 posted on 02/05/2014 1:45:50 AM PST by ImNotLying (The Right To Bear Arms: Making good people helpless won't make bad people harmless!)
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To: expatguy
God Help Us

There are any number of 'besetting sins' that God can help us overcome if we are willing. Homosexuality is just the front runner in the news right now.

3 posted on 02/05/2014 2:14:13 AM PST by tbpiper
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To: expatguy

Sounds like the British in the Black ‘47, only giving soup to those starving if they became Protestant.

4 posted on 02/05/2014 3:02:27 AM PST by OldNewYork
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To: OldNewYork
Oh but it's uglier...

Imagine famine victims and their children having to learn the joys of fisting and felching before getting humanitarian aid.

An American Expat in Southeast Asia

5 posted on 02/05/2014 5:11:33 AM PST by expatguy (Donate to "An American Expat in SE Asia" By Paypal)
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America: Sweet land of libertines. The “ugly American” indeed. We’ve become the major source of wickedness in the world. Therefore can’t disagree with Putin.

6 posted on 02/05/2014 7:35:29 AM PST by afsnco
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Ironically our nation’s own immigration department can send a potential immigrant back and decline their status as an immigrant based on crimes of moral turpitude.

7 posted on 02/06/2014 6:22:35 PM PST by expatguy (Donate to "An American Expat in SE Asia")
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