Black Lives Matter: Firmly on the Left. The above combines graphics from the “Guiding principles” page on the BLM website. The organization defines itself as “Queer Affirming” and “Transgender Affirming.”
Whether it’s downplaying the radicalism and deceit of Black Lives Matter or puffing up Alfred Kinsey–the pervert whose (pedophilia-inclusive) pseudo-science helped launch the “gay” revolution in postwar America–leftists can always count on the liberal media to advance their narrative. Below Gary Bauer ably summarizes the Left’s double-standard modus operandi on violence and racism:
Progressives and socialists constantly come to conclusions about the motives of whole groups of people with virtually no proof to justify their views. For example, when working class Christians did not rally to Obama’s banner in 2008, he said it was because they were bitter and clung to their guns and Bibles.
If a professor has a run-in with the police, as happened early on in his administration, without little knowledge of the facts, Obama concluded that the police acted stupidly.
After the tragic confrontations in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis, the facts of which are still largely unknown, leftists everywhere concluded that racism motivated the police officers to shoot Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
When a large number of minorities are in jail, the Left insists that is evidence of racism in the justice system rather than evidence of crime in minority communities.
Folks, here is my friend Ryan Sorba’s second undercover video exposing homosexual activists’ hypocrisy and, in this case, racism. It was published June 2, 2015. The first video, showing homosexuals telling how they were not “born gay” but molested when they were young. is available HERE. Please donate to Ryan’s efforts HERE. See his extended comments on the irrationality of homosexual “marriage” following the video. — Peter LaBarbera, AFTAH; Twitter: @PeterLaBarbera; AFTAH Facebook Page: HERE
Below is Ryan’s introduction to the video:
Last month I went undercover and discovered that many gays attribute their sexual orientation to molestation or other traumatic life experiences. While I was investigating I heard quite a few racist comments. The comments prompted me to initiate a second investigation into the subject of homosexuality and race. What I found was once again shocking. Although the homosexual movement has attempted to link itself to the black civil rights movement, racism still runs rampant in a community that supposedly espouses equal treatment. [continued after video and page jump…]
African American leaders bristle at SPLC claim that they are tools of “white organizers”
North Carolina pastor Patrick Wooden criticized the Southern Poverty Law Center for implying that Black leaders cannot think for themselves and had to be "brought" to the SPLC press conference by "white organizers." Here he is interviewed by a Montgomery TV reporter after the AFTAH press conference. In the background is a large SPLC banner decrying "HATE." Click on photo to enlarge.
Here is the audio [click HERE to listen] for AFTAH’s press conference January 17, 2012, outside the headquarters of the Southern Poverty Law Center, in Montgomery, Alabama, featuring a coalition of African American pastors and pro-family leaders challenging the SPLC’s tendentious “hate group” designation against Americans For Truth and other pro-family groups. Total length is 33 minutes.
The following speakers appeared (with beginning times on recording):
Peter LaBarbera, President, Americans For Truth About Homosexuality;
Referenced links: Click HERE for the SPLC’s racist-tinged blog post by Mark Potok issued just before the press conference — alleging that “the white organizers of the press conference are bringing along a set of black pastors.” Click HERE for the SPLC “Hate Map [Illinois]” referenced by LaBarbera showing the Neo-Nazis.
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Jervis was just “stating fact,” protests Hurst, in writing that since the Klan opposed discrimination against a Christian student at Augusta State, and AFTAH also opposes this injustice, then the KKK and I are “on the same side.” (Juvenile, I know….). [Click HERE to read AFTAH’s story on Jennifer Keeton, a victim of homosexualist anti-Christian discrimination.]
Eh, again, Evan, all I said was that you, Joe Jervis and NAMBLA (which advocates legalizing man-boy sex) are on the same hateful and child-endangering side. This is true.
Perhaps this would be a good time for you and Joe, writers for two homosexual hate websites, to reflect on why you find yourselves in such strong agreement with the most notorious pedophile group in American history.
Obviously, such argumentation says nothing about Jervis’ and Hurst’s real attitudes toward NAMBLA (I’m assuming they both oppose the vile outfit), so pointing out that Evan, Joe and NAMBLA are on the same side on the Boy Scouts would be a cheap shot. But since these two homosexual writers attempted to make a connection between AFTAH and odious racists, perhaps they can help us understand why so many homosexuals actually have found their home in the fascist movement. British homosexual writer Johann Hari’s 2008 piece, “The Strange, Strange Story of the Gay Fascists” in the liberal Huffington Post is quite an eye-opener in that regard.
Ken Hutcherson tells how Jesus Christ healed him of his hatred toward whites -- and others -- when he came to accept Him as his Savior. Hutch is now the target of hateful attacks by homosexual activists because he tells them the truth: that God can help them change, too.
This is the first segment of my three-part interview [CLICK HERE] with Dr. Ken Hutcherson, senior pastor of Antioch Bible Church, former NFL football player, brave culture warrior — and keynote speaker at the upcoming Americans For Truth banquet on Saturday, Nov. 13th at Christian Liberty Academy in Arlington Heights, Illinois. This aired Sat., Oct. 9, 2010 on WYLL-AM 1160 in Chicagoland. Hutcherson discusses how he literally was taught to hate white people by his uncle — a hatred that grew and expanded to others — including his mother and even Martin Luther King (not radical enough) — and which he overcame by being born again through belief in Jesus Christ as teenager. Confronted by the truth that Christ died for white people, too, he could no longer hate them.
Rarely will you hear a peron so joyfully discuss living with cancer as Hutch, who describes how it has drawn him closer to Christ. You may have heard Pastor Hutcherson recently being interviewd by his friend, Rush Limbaugh. Listen to this talk and share it with your friends — they will be inspired. And sign up now at our early registration rate ($50) for the AFTAH banquet. Get more info HERE, or make your banquet registration donation at www.americansfortruth.com/donate; or mail it to: AFTAH, PO Box 5522, Naperville, IL 60567-5522. E-mail RSVPs and inquires to: firstname.lastname@example.org. — Peter LaBarbera, www.aftah.com
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