I must admit, the gay mafia certainly understands the impact that social tension brings to the table of public opinion. I think they are doing a great job at getting their message out. They are a very minority group pushing for normalization of their sexual desires in the minds of the apathetic, middle of the road people, and it seems to be working. How are they doing it so successfully?
The first thing they did was redefine the language and concepts they use to convey their message. Their method really is brilliant. Traditionally, they have simply been known as weirdos, deviants, criminals and the likes; and rightly so. Of course, putting lipstick on a pigs butt doesn't change the crap coming out. Although many words and concepts have been redefined, focusing on the concept of tolerance seems to be the best place to start.
Tolerance denotes the power or capacity of enduring; or the act of enduring. From the Latin word tolerare, it means to bear (or the ability to). It does not express the idea of acceptance, assenting to, or cooperation. In fact, disapproval is a prerequisite for tolerance. If I approve of something the concept of tolerance is not a consideration; for tolerance
Next, they actively target businesses to catapult their story of discrimination into the media; any business will do. Recall nearly two years ago, in September of 2010 when the local bakery, Just Cookies, was persecuted by the gay community because they didn't want their products used in an event that is appealing to them (and most others too). The gay activist brought awareness to the public, but not exactly the awareness they were looking for. Because of the aggressive slandering of Just Cookies, patrons of the fine bakery decided to bring some awareness of their own. The results were over overwhelmingly in favor of Just Cookies and an embarrassing turn out for the weirdos that paraded their sexual deviancy right next to the door many people entered to support Just Cookies. I stood in the line at Just Cookies and the patrons along side me were the finest, most respectful people. No hate, no intolerance, just people who refused to submit to an agenda that has been criminalized for the better part of 3500 years¹. History has been and will be on our side. But that did not dissuade them.
Third, the aggressive nature of gay advocacy has seen unexpected but strangely welcomed results. Within the last month or two I was contacted and told about a song-that gets rotated through the play lists of most of the local Indy radio stations-that has been curiously censored. Now, traditionally, songs containing the words sh*t (John Mellencamp), god*amn (The Eagles), and even Charlie Daniels "Devil Went Down to Georgia" have been censored on public radio. Sometimes the uncensored versions would get played during the overnight hours, but not during daytime hours. This particular song, however, is censored during all hours of the day and night on all local radio stations. The song is Money for Nothing by Dire Straits.
See the little faggot with the earring and the makeupYea buddy that's his own hairThat little faggot got his own jet airplaneThat little faggot he's a millionaire
The word faggot is either silenced or the entire verse is deleted from the song. This song, a work of artistic expression, by great musical talent is censored and gays are perfectly fine with it; the cause of it in deed. Go*damn can be played on the radio all day long but faggot is censored? I suppose that true and free artistic freedom only applies when you're suspending a crucifix in a jar of piss.
Last weeks Chick-Fil-A counter protests is right in line with desires of citizens all over America. In all thirty-three instances where gay marriage has been presented to normal citizens via the ballot box, they have opposed and rejected it. The people have spoken over and over, but the gay community doesn't want to listen. Normal people do their best to tolerate the best they can. But toleration is simply not good enough for gay advocates.
Throughout history, there have always been bumps in the road; up and down tension between good and evil. We are currently experiencing one of those historical bumps. The hatred and bigotry displayed by gay activists is as aggressive as any KKK convention. They continue to find ways to force their acceptance through indifference or resignation. But, forcing acceptance is anything but tolerant. I anticipate that we will experience harsher social tension from this segment of people.
Knowing this, you can do one of three things: live in despair, resign yourself to what they force on you, or -the opposite of despair- hope.
¹For most of 3500 years, the following have all been crimes: murder, rape, kidnapping, theft, child molestation, burglary, robbery, and homosexuality. But now, homosexuality is a right. I wonder if we got the other criminal sanctions wrong too.