Sunday, December 14, 2008

Hateful Arsonists Torch Palin's Church. "Gay" Terrorists Possibly Involved

The radically hateful, extremist and, now, violent (yes, violent!) homosexual movement is on the warpath and it can be suspected that they're responsible for hatefully burning the Church Sarah Palin attends.

There's no shortage of online coverage of the hatefulness, violence and sheer murderous dangerousness of the radically fascist, now terroristic, homosexual movement. It needs to be exposed before they start murdering people on the basis of their religious orientation or race (the militant "gays" are also, as I reported previously herein, spewing hateful racial epithets (like the "n" word) against and threatening any and all Blacks they find).

For your convenience, a Google search turns up this page of results. Go ahead and check it out for yourself, as chances are you haven't heard of it via the mainstream media- no front-page headlines, no top stories on the evening news, etc.

Now it appears that the homosexual terrorists could be responsible for the hate crime of burning Sarah Palin's Church, just because it's Christian and is guilty of nothing more than being Christian and exercising its civil rights. Of course, the "gays" will not tolerate!

I say they should be considered a suspect as they are known as a de-facto terrorist group who is on record as threatening to do exactly that sort of thing.

The mainstream media is, of course, silent. You won't hear much, if anything, about it from the average person on the street, from co-workers, friends, family. Because it's politically correct for the sexually radical to hate, threaten, assault, batter, murder, vandalize... against anyone they please, obviously. Just like it is for Islamofascists. Can't say anything critical about either hatefully violent group or else you'll get jackbooted by the Constitution-hating, Hard-Left fascist state apparatus!

Emphasis mine...

Damage to the Wasilla Bible Church was estimated at one million dollars (£670,000), authorities said on Saturday.

No-one was injured in Friday night's fire, which happened while a handful of people, including two children, were inside, said Fire Chief James Steele.

See? People were at risk. Someone could've been killed! That's very serious! Can't have that!

Mrs Palin, who was not at the church at the time of the fire, visited on Saturday. Her spokesman, Bill McAllister, said in a statement that she told an assistant pastor she was sorry if the fire was connected to the "undeserved negative attention" the church had received since she became the US vice-presidential candidate on August 29.

Here's where the possible connection to homosexual terrorism lies:

Early in Mrs Palin's campaign, the church was criticised for promoting in a Sunday bulletin a Focus On The Family "Love Won Out Conference" in Anchorage. The conference promised to "help men and women dissatisfied with living homosexually understand that same-sex attractions can be overcome".
You know, the police and the courts would say that the radical, militant homosexual movement would have motive because of that. There's no doubt that they've openly, repeatedly declared participation in the "Yes" side on Proposition 8 to be reason for targeting identifiable groups for hatred and violence. That's right- the homosexual movement, not necessarily as a whole (but most homosexuals, I notice, remain silent, nevertheless, about the hatefulness and violence of those who say they speak for all homosexuals).

Now, I reject any criticism for suggesting that the arson could've been commited by homosexual terrorists... because it's obviously already perfectly ok for homosexual spokespersons to suggest on the news that an arson at a homosexually-oriented place could've been commited by "Christian extremists". Can you recall any time when a radical left-wing extremist, such as a homosexual militant propagandist talking to the media, got in legal trouble for suggesting something sinister about Christians? I mean, Christian-bashing is acceptable as far as the Left is concerned, and to bash Christians isn't seen as bad, whereas simply saying something not-so-endorsive about homosexuality (or Islam) can get one hauled before the "Human Rights" Commissions or sued by the ACLU.

Whoever wishes to criticize my point of view on this obvious "hate crime" against Christians will not likely get any attention from me, unless they unequivocally, without qualification, condemn all radical homosexual and Islamic supremacism, hateful activism, violence, threatened violence, etc, etc..

All I'm doing in this post is condemning and warning about extremism, hate and violence being directed against identifiable groups. We must be ever-vigilant against hateful, violent supremacists so as to prevent them from discriminating against, bashing and murdering members of identifiable groups they hate. And the militant homosexual movement is no different from the "White" supremacist movement, no different from neo-Nazis, no different from Islamic terrorists. They all must be treated the same, as the dangerous haters they are! They must be stopped with the same state-apparatus tactics we've been using to marginalize the Skinheads, neo-Nazis, etc., etc...

Isn't it ironic that it's the militant-activist, hateful "gays" themselves who are going around with picket signs that say "Stop The H8"? Again we see the psychological phenomenon of projecting one's own mental disorders onto others in a futile attempt to transfer it onto others, as if one could cure one's insanity by infecting others with it...

Indeed, we must stop all violent, hateful extremists before they kill anyone else! And militant, supremacist homosexuals cannot be specially-exempt from the targeted-dangerous-extremist-group list for marginalization by the state apparatus... on behalf of the greater good and to protect vulnerable minority groups, like Christans and Blacks, for example.