Skip to comments.[HUSSEIN PROPAGANDA!] Love has no labels
Posted on 03/07/2015 12:22:19 AM PST by re_nortex
And so it begins...
Net neutrality is already being leveraged by the illegal regime to push leftist diversity propaganda. The video, purportedly by the "Ad Council", a liberal outfit, celebrates sodomy among other things. It's titled
"Diversity & Inclusion Love Has No Labels" and will make you sick with its advocacy of perversity. Worse yet, they recruited young children for this campaign. Now that hussein has seized control of the FCC, there will doubtlessly be an edict to make television stations play it.
People will laugh now, but how soon until the “love has no labels” ads featuring human wildlife couples appears?
The irony is that love really does have labels.
There are many different forms. For example, brotherly love, marital love, parental love, etc.
Diversity is perversity and is contrary to the Eternal, Unchanging Law of God. The next step in the homosexual agenda is to permit unrestrained sex with children. NAMBLA funds the sodomite advocacy groups.
And you're right FRiend, the LGBT plan includes removing bans on incest and ultimately intimate relations with animals. The evil of liberals is boundless in its intensity and scope.
That's so very true and you make an excellent point. Only the love sanctioned by Almighty God is pure and beautiful. Anything else is disgusting degeneracy and a vile sin, an abomination to be precise.
Someone should make a mocking ad in that vein just to illustrate the point.
But I doubt the left would understand they were being mocked.
Turtles, rocks, a zombie, etc.
Just completely obviously a parody.
See how many howls of outrage it garners?
The sex positive agenda seeks to end all moral judgment over sexual pairings of any kind regardless of sex, age, relation, marital status, number, or species of partner(s).
They are decidedly anti-abstinence because it is counter to their hedonist worldview. Do as thou will shall be the whole of the law. They believe it is unhealthy not to act on (supression of) a sexual desire. They believe that the orgasm is a birthright to be celebrated and experienced by everyone across the lifespan.
Some even come out and declare that religion (Christianity in particular) is “sex negative”.
It is a religious war, they are openly hostile to it. Funny how it is pushed in the medical profession, academia, and government with no conflict of the so called “separation of church and state”. They are seeking to declare what ‘is’ and ‘is not’ sinful. They are intolerant of those who teach that sex outside of marriage (the universally understood union of a man and a woman) is sinful.
To that, I can reply only by quoting Confucius:
"The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name."
This is part of the culture war that has waged (and has been funded BY the taxpayers without their knowledge) for 40+ years.
SIECUS is the sex ed wing of Planned Parenthood.
This is a global agenda.
And I saw this article last year which goes hand in hand with the movement:
Marxist Feminisms Ruined Lives
Frontpagemag.com ^ | 9-2-2014 | Mallory Millett
When women go wrong men go right after them. Mae West
Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy; its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery. Winston Churchill wrote this over a century ago.
During my junior year in high school, the nuns asked about our plans for after we graduated. When I said I was going to attend State University, I noticed their disappointment. I asked my favorite nun, Why? She answered, That means youll leave four years later a communist and an atheist!
What a giggle we girls had over that. How ridiculously unsophisticated these nuns are, we thought. Then I went to the university and four years later walked out a communist and an atheist, just as my sister Katie had six years before me.
Sometime later, I was a young divorcee with a small child. At the urging of my sister, I relocated to NYC after spending years married to an American executive stationed in Southeast Asia. The marriage over, I was making a new life for my daughter and me. Katie said, Come to New York. Were making revolution! Some of us are starting the National Organization of Women and you can be part of it.
I hadnt seen her for years. Although she had tormented me when we were youngsters, those memories were faint after my Asian traumas and the break-up of my marriage. I foolishly mistook her for sanctuary in a storm. With so much time and distance between us, I had forgotten her emotional instability.
And so began my period as an unwitting witness to history. I stayed with Kate and her lovable Japanese husband, Fumio, in a dilapidated loft on The Bowery as she finished her first book, a PhD thesis for Columbia University, Sexual Politics.
It was 1969. Kate invited me to join her for a gathering at the home of her friend, Lila Karp. They called the assemblage a consciousness-raising-group, a typical communist exercise, something practiced in Maoist China. We gathered at a large table as the chairperson opened the meeting with a back-and-forth recitation, like a Litany, a type of prayer done in Catholic Church. But now it was Marxism, the Church of the Left, mimicking religious practice:
Why are we here today? she asked.
To make revolution, they answered.
What kind of revolution? she replied.
The Cultural Revolution, they chanted.
And how do we make Cultural Revolution? she demanded.
By destroying the American family! they answered.
How do we destroy the family? she came back.
By destroying the American Patriarch, they cried exuberantly.
And how do we destroy the American Patriarch? she replied.
By taking away his power!
How do we do that?
By destroying monogamy! they shouted.
How can we destroy monogamy?
Their answer left me dumbstruck, breathless, disbelieving my ears. Was I on planet earth? Who were these people?
By promoting promiscuity, eroticism, prostitution and homosexuality! they resounded.
They proceeded with a long discussion on how to advance these goals by establishing The National Organization of Women. It was clear they desired nothing less than the utter deconstruction of Western society. The upshot was that the only way to do this was to invade every American institution. Every one must be permeated with The Revolution: The media, the educational system, universities, high schools, K-12, school boards, etc.; then, the judiciary, the legislatures, the executive branches and even the library system.
It fell on my ears as a ludicrous scheme, as if they were a band of highly imaginative children planning a Brinks robbery; a lark trumped up on a snowy night amongst a group of spoiled brats over booze and hashish.
To me, this sounded silly. I was enduring culture shock after having been cut-off from my homeland, living in Third-World countries for years with not one trip back to the United States. I was one of those people who, upon returning to American soil, fell out of the plane blubbering with ecstasy at being home in the USA. I knelt on the ground covering it with kisses. I had learned just exactly how delicious was the land of my birth and didnt care what anyone thought because they just hadnt seen what I had or been where I had been. I had seen factory workers and sex-slaves chained to walls.
How could they know? Asia is beyond our ken and, as they say, utterly inscrutable, and a kind of hell I never intended to revisit. I lived there, not junketed, not visited like sweet little tourists Id conducted households and tried to raise a child. I had outgrown the communism of my university days and was clumsily groping my way back to God.
How could twelve American women who were the most respectable types imaginable clean and privileged graduates of esteemed institutions: Columbia, Radcliffe, Smith, Wellesley, Vassar; the uncle of one was Secretary of War under Franklin Roosevelt plot such a thing? Most had advanced degrees and appeared cogent, bright, reasonable and good. How did these people rationally believe they could succeed with such vicious grandiosity? And why?
I dismissed it as academic-lounge air-castle-building. I continued with my new life in New York while my sister became famous publishing her books, featured on the cover of Time Magazine. Time called her the Karl Marx of the Womens Movement. This was because her book laid out a course in Marxism 101 for women. Her thesis: The family is a den of slavery with the man as the Bourgeoisie and the woman and children as the Proletariat. The only hope for womens liberation (communisms favorite word for leading minions into inextricable slavery; liberation, and much like collective please run from it, run for your life) was this new Womens Movement. Her books captivated the academic classes and soon Womens Studies courses were installed in colleges in a steady wave across the nation with Kate Millett books as required reading.
Imagine this: a girl of seventeen or eighteen at the kitchen table with Mom studying the syllabus for her first year of college and theres a class called Womens Studies. Hmmm, this could be interesting, says Mom. Maybe you could get something out of this.
Seems innocuous to her. How could she suspect this is a class in which her innocent daughter will be taught that her father is a villain? Her mother is a fool who allowed a man to enslave her into barbaric practices like monogamy and family life and motherhood, which is a waste of her talents. She mustnt follow in her mothers footsteps...
And there was this nugget from Bill Ayers that was published on 9-11-2001:
New York Times, September 11, 2001:
“He [Bill Ayers] also writes about the Weathermen’s sexual experimentation as they tried to ‘smash monogamy.’ The Weathermen were ‘an army of lovers,’ he says, and describes having had different sexual partners, including his best male friend.”
Source: New York Times, September 11, 2001: “No Regrets for a Love Of Explosives; In a Memoir of Sorts, a War Protester Talks of Life With the Weathermen”
From “Remembering a Sixties Terrorist” -by Donna Ron
FrontPageMagazine.com | Wednesday, January 04, 2006:
“when I was getting ready to leave [Bill] Ayers told me I couldnt go until I slept with his roommate and his brother. At this point Bill and I had slept together just once. I was sexually inexperienced, having had only one serious boyfriend with whom I had recently broken up. At first I thought Ayers was joking. I got up; and went to the door. He moved quickly to block me at the doorway. He locked the door and put the chain on it. I went to the couch and sat down and told him that I had no intention of having sex with his roommate and his brother or him. He said that I had no choice but to do as he said if I wanted to get out of there. He claimed that I wouldnt sleep with his married roommate because he was black — that I was a bigot. I got up from the couch and walked over to the black roommates bed and put myself on it and he ****** me. I went totally out of my body. I floated beside myself on the outside and above the bed looking at this black stranger **** me angrily while I hated myself.”
Remembering a Sixties Terrorist -by Donna Ron
FrontPageMagazine.com | Wednesday, January 04, 2006:
[WARNING: ‘F’ word used at link]
Free love isn’t “free”. Those who won’t submit are browbeat. Saying “no” is verboten. Smash Monogamy. Smash the State.
Rush has aired parodies of Ad Council spots before. Unless you are listening to streaming content (or undersold advertising slots) you probably won’t hear them much though.
He had one about some business managers discussing potential staffing for a position. “What about...?” It is a direct satire of an actual ad council radio spot (with cavemen).
I honestly have missed out on hearing his parodies.
I looked at youtube for the ones I referred to (Ad Council and Rush’s response) and couldn’t find either. I think I saw the one he did on soccer injuries.
If you have the opportunity to listen to Rush on the computer (say a local radio station’s website), you may have a greater chance of hearing them as filler. I guess some advertisers locally don’t pay the extra dollars requested to have the ads streamed in the feed.
I don’t live in Austin but sometimes found the station there (KLBJ I think, yes LBJ’s old station!) seemed to run more of them online than my local market.
I hate that so many things here in the Great State of Texas are named after communists such as LBJ, whom you cited. Other DemonRATs are similarly honored such as the Sam Rayburn Tollway, R.L. Thornton Freeway and Wright Patman Lake. I look forward to the day in a few years year when the LBJ Express(way) in Dallas is renamed the Sarah Palin or Ted Cruz Express(way).
The station was owned by the family until 2003.
Meanwhile in Houston, highway 59 was “renamed” The Senator Lloyd Bentsen Highway in the 1992 election cycle (while Ann ‘not MY mawwwwwwww’ Richards was gov’nur). The only interchange where I ever saw that sign was near the 59/288 split leaving downtown.
Recently they put up new signs along 59 (even in Sharpstown). As if taxpayers need to be paying for this crud.
Everytime I see it, I am reminded of Olympia Dukakis’ celebrity while Michael was running. She got an Oscar and everything.
Liberals are phony.
PS Here is a film clip of Mr. Highway Bentsen Senator guy urging the use of nukes in Ko-rea. 27:00 minutes into The Atomic Cafe...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssKiI1P3lT4&t=1615not MY mawwwwwwww
I don’t get much of a chance to listen in.
Which massively bites!
The evil of Satan (through liberals) is boundless in its intensity and scope.
Made that a bit more correct.
This place will make the Sahara desert seem like Paradise in 50 years.
This sounds like the trashy “free love” of the Hippie ‘60s, starting the slide into the moral swamp we have today. Yes, conservatives were right in warning about a “slippery slope.” The results were predictable to anyone who knows of the sinful nature of mankind.
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