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Gay Violence Against Heterosexuals

May 20. 2009

Gay blogger and Hollywood mouthpiece Perez Hilton

Gays in Hollywood often use their podium and associates in the press to defame and malign Christians and other groups, accusing us of all sorts of malfeasance against them for being homosexual.

This defamation often reaches into terrible territory, in violation of the law, both domestic and international.

While there are crimes committed against gays, this blanket slander, libel and defamation of so many groups of people, many of whom showed them no ill-will, is wrong, reprehensible and disgraceful.

However, what about when gays hide behind homosexuality, referring to themselves as an abused minority and in turn unleash horrible attacks against innocent people.

Some gays like to play as though, because they act in an effeminate manner, they couldn't hurt a fly and are harmless, when this is far from the truth.

Many crimes in society have been committed by gays as well, not just straight people. Being gay is no excuse. Court dockets illustrate gays commit crimes against other gays and against straight people. 

Gays have committed murder, rape, assault, molestation, theft and engaged in egregious acts of hate speech.

It's time gays in Hollywood in particular, take responsibility for their conduct and face the fact that being gay does not give you the right to abuse, defame, slander, libel, harass, terrorize, stalk, assault and destroy other people's lives and livelihoods.

Being gay does not give you the right to hire private investigators to bully, beat, assault, batter and try to kill enemies, as some have done in Hollywood through private investigators like Anthony Pellicano and others that shall not be named yet, with emphasis on the world yet.

Being gay and erroneously viewing yourself as some sort of victim of society and somehow reasoning this allows you to call for peoples businesses and churches to be burned to the ground, is abhorrent and criminal.

Being gay does not absolve you from following the law and adhering to human rights issues when it concerns others.

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'Gay' threats target Christians over same-sex 'marriage' ban

'Burn their f---ing churches, then tax charred timbers'

Posted: November 05, 2008 - Decisions by voters in Florida, Arizona and California to join residents of 27 other states with constitutional protections for traditional marriage have prompted threats of violence against Christians and their churches.

"Burn their f---ing churches to the ground, and then tax the charred timbers," wrote "World O Jeff" on the JoeMyGod blogspot today within hours of California officials declaring Proposition 8 had been approved by a margin of 52 percent to 48 percent. Confirmation on voter approval of amendments in Florida and Arizona came earlier…

Matt Barber, director of cultural affairs for Liberty Counsel, called the statements "hate crimes" for their intent to create violence against someone based on their beliefs.

"This is not just a matter of some people blowing off steam because they're not happy with a political outcome. This is criminal activity," he said. "The homosexual lobby is always calling for 'tolerance' and 'diversity' and playing the role of victim. They claim to deplore violence and 'hate.' Here we have homosexuals inciting, and directly threatening, violence against Christians."

On the "Queerty" website, "Stenar" asked, "Can someone in CA please go burn down the Mormon temples there, PLEASE. I mean seriously. DO IT."

"I'm going to give them something to be f---ing scared of. … I'm a radical who is now on a mission to make them all pay for what they've done," wrote "Jonathan."

Liberty Counsel's Barber said, "This is not free speech; these are 'hate crimes' under the existing definition. Imagine if Christian websites were advocating such violence against homosexuals. There'd be outrage, and rightfully so. It'd be national front-page news. Federal authorities should immediately investigate these threats and prosecute the perpetrators to the fullest extent of the law."

http://www.worldnetdaily.com

JURY CALLS GAY-ON-GAY ATTACK A HATE CRIME

October 12, 2007 - A Brooklyn jury yesterday found that a gay man who lured another homosexual to his death last year in a plot to steal the victim's pot was guilty of a hate crime, despite their shared sexual orientation.

Anthony Fortunato, 21, was convicted of second-degree manslaughter as a hate crime and attempted petit larceny for his role in a scheme that resulted in the death of Michael Sandy.

http://www.nypost.com

Andrew Cunanan, Versace and His Victims: An in Depth Look

August 18, 2006 - Andrew DeSilva owned a posh riverside mansion in the Hollywood Hills. Lt. Commander Cummings was a high-ranking naval officer with degrees from both Choate and Yale. They were good looking, mingled with the high class, gay, and seemed to have their acts together.

This is what it seemed on the outside. These were two of the many personalities of Andrew Cunanan. Ultimately, these many facets would culminate into a killer who would shock the nation. The numbers were five in ten days: Jeffrey Trail, David Madson, Lee Miglin, William Reese and Giovanni Versace. His psychology was that of a mass murder or rampage killer.

http://www.associatedcontent.com

Murder most gay

IT WAS A REAL-LIFE GAY-ON-GAY crime of passion: In a San Diego San Diego (săn dēā`gō), city (1990 pop. 1,110,549), seat of San Diego co., S Calif., on San Diego Bay; inc. 1850. San Diego includes the unincorporated communities of La Jolla and Spring Valley. Coronado is across the bay. Thomas Mayta fired a gun at Peter Blasik, missing him and killing bystander Gregory Hisel.

http://www.thefreelibrary.com

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