Monday, November 17, 2008

Chasing the Bigots out of the Hood

If you're a crazy Christianist, and you like to pray for the homosexuals, just a few days after taking away their human rights.

It's probably not a good idea to do it in the heart of San Francisco's gay district.

On a Friday night. When gay people are really angry.

"Their rights were respected.They got a chance to go ahead and pray on the sidewalk and I had the opportunity to express my freedom of speech which is telling them to get out of my neighborhood."

Oh sure the kookamunga Christianists are screaming like banshees that we're being intolerant...and THEY are being persecuted.


But I say as long as you don't hurt them, or break the law, let them know how we feel about their garbage religion.

By whatever means necessary...


Anonymous said...

hate is a fundamentalist value.

Bene said...

Lou Engles militant The Call dominionist/Third Wave.

Right in front of a memorial to a well loved 30 year activist.

They are masters.
Kudos to the police for their restraint, a couple were rather hyper-vigilent.

As someone said, what if they went into a Hasidic community in New York and did their religious street theatre?

Simon said...

Hi Rugu...yeah you're right hate is a path that leads nowhere. But anger is natural human emotion. Anger will pass. Reason WILL rule...

Simon said...

Hi Bene...yeah it was really sensitive of them wasn't it? Just another example of their total lack of respect for the humanity of gay people. As far as I know despite the boiling anger of millions of gay people not ONE person has been hurt. While we are killed all the time.
I'm not saying that I would support such heated protests because somebody could get hurt.
But as for righteous anger bring it on !!!