Thursday, April 02, 2015

Death to Israel

 In a time of universal deceit, the truth is a revolutionary act” – George Orwell
Death to Israel
So-called gay-rights activists say: Jewish printer must print sighs reading “DEATH TO ISRAEL

By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist
Published April 2, 2015, 2015

See dummies this is what the Religious Freedom Restoration law is for…

The title to this article is the logical extension of protests against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. If a baker is discriminating by refusing to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding, then a printer is discriminating for refusing to print a "Death to Israel" sign.

Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law is not anti-gay. It is not anti-Black. It is not anti-Semitic. It is, however, pro-religion, pro-freedom and pro-American that’s why Leftists ‘anti-everyone except themselves,’ hate it.

Homosexuals and their ignorant supporters are upset that Indiana has passed a freedom of religion law. I’m confused. I thought the First Amendment guaranteed that the government could not “prohibit the free exercise” of religion. That’s what it says. It does not add “unless HOMOSEXUALS object.”

Immorality, sodomy, and terrorism is in, God and the constitution is out.  Is this still America?

The First Amendment is very comprehensive, that’s why I can’t understand why we ever needed a national Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the first place. But we got one, and because the Supreme Court ruled that it did not apply to the states, (Question, if it doesn’t apply to the states then whom or what does it apply to?) the states began to enact their own version of the 1993 law that was signed by then President Bill Clinton.

A federal RFRA signed by President Clinton in 1993 shares language with Indiana and other states' bills, prohibiting the govern  ment from ‘substantially burdening’ individuals' exercise of religion unless it is for a ‘compelling government interest’ and is doing so in the least restrictive means.

Currently, 19 states have Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs).”
Sixteen additional states have introduced similar “legislation this year regarding the creation of, or alteration to, a state religious freedom law.

When Barack Obama was an Illinois state senator, he voted “for a version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. It passed the Illinois Senate with a 56-0 vote, (Read the transcript)  and became law on July 1, 1998.” So why all the same-sex angst over Indiana’s law now?

The homosexual movement is similar to the Muslin Jihadists. Any infraction or any attempt to soften their version of the law will result in forceful retaliation. It’s no wonder that words like “Gaystapo” and “Gay Mafia” are often used to describe the gay agenda and what is taking place around the country today. Whatever you do “Don’t go against the gaysters.”

Bakers, florists, and photographers have learned the hard way not to go against the Gay Mafia terrorists. They didn’t refuse to serve homosexuals. They only refused to service events that went against their religious beliefs as any rational person would expect them to.

Personally, I think everybody should have the freedom not to serve any events they oppose religious
or not. Why is this even a debatable subject?

Should even a black business owner be forced to service a white supremacy group like the KKK? Of course not.

If the homosexuals and their brain-dead supporters get their way, it would not be illogical to argue that a Jewish business must’ print “Death to Israel” signs and t-shirts.

At the moment, homosexuals who are opposing the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act and those in 19 other states would say that this is a ridiculous analogy. No one would ever do such a thing. Of course, that’s not the point.
Why should one group be permitted to apply his religious liberty and deny service to an ideology or event and not another?

Everybody is protected by a state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. If a homosexual bakery is asked to make a cake for an anti-same-sex marriage conference, it should not have to make it.

If a pro-abortionist who owns a bakery is asked to make a cake for an anti-abortion event, the pro-abortionist should not be forced to make it. Such a law protects everybody equally, something homosexuals do not want, they want special laws that protect only Homosexuals.  Doesn’t anyone know that is unconstitutional?  Laws just for special groups are unconstitutional.  It’s “Equal Protection under the Law”, not ‘Special protection’.

What would happen for example if a Muslim printer was forced to print t-shirts that read ‘Muhammad Was a Pedophile?’  Even though it is historically documented to be absolutely true.  Well there would be instant Jihad, “I will kill you.”

“It is the Leftists that are bigots. To them, it doesn’t matter if the rights of other people that get trampled on in the process. It only matters when the rights of people Leftists care about get trampled on.

The Left is so very strident against discrimination – oh, but only gays, blacks, Hispanics, illegal immigrants, and Radical Islamists need apply for the victocracy.

Yet they don’t care about discriminating against Christians, and will do anything they can to align themselves against the Jews and Israel, because Leftist philosophy is anti-freedom, anti-religion, and ultimately anti-human.”

THE BOTTOM LINE: There is always a parallel between immoral and evil groups such as Gays and Muslims.  They all want tolerance in respect to themselves but are totally intolerant of you.  That about says it…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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