The chronicles of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Saturday, June 16, 2007



The lavendar lobby recently celebrated their annual "day of silence", but what they really want is an eternity of silence for the rest of us. WMD is doing all it can to end the silence the sodomites want to impose upon us. Here are a couple more examples of their attempts:

From the American Family Association:

June 14, 2007

A bill in Congress makes it a crime for pastors and churches to speak against homosexuality

Message to pastors and other Christians: Just keep your mouth shut

Dear Xxxx.,

If pastors and other Christians don’t aggressively oppose a bill now in Congress, in the near future they will be subject to huge fines and prison terms if they say anything negative about homosexuality.

The proposed law would make it a crime to preach on Romans Chapter 1 or I Corinthians Chapter 6. Or even to discuss them in a Sunday School class. If churches and individuals want to keep the government from telling them what they can and cannot preach and teach about homosexuality, they better get involved now!

House bill H.R. 1592 and Senate bill S. 1105 would make negative statements concerning homosexuality, such as calling the practice of homosexuality a sin from the pulpit, a “hate crime” punishable by law. This dangerous legislation would take away your freedom of speech and your freedom of religion. Consider what has already happened:

A California lawsuit which is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court would make the use of the words “natural family,” “marriage” and “union of a man and a woman” a “hate speech” crime in government workplaces. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has already ruled in favor of the plaintiffs!

CNN and The Washington Post both reported that General Peter Pace, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was fired because he publicly expressed moral opposition to homosexual behavior.



(Friday Church News Notes, June 15, 2007, www.wayoflife.org fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) -

The following is adapted from "There is only one acceptable way to talk about homosexuality -- SILENCE!" by Ed Vitagliano, OneNewsNow.com, May 31, 2007:

"More and more, in the U.S., Canada and Europe, homosexual activists and their straight sympathizers are trying to ensure that the only speech that's tolerated is the pro-gay kind.

... In the United Kingdom Stephen Green, national director of the evangelical group Christian Voice, was arrested at a gay pride event for distributing leaflets containing Bible passages opposed to homosexuality.

... In France the mayor of a French town was fined almost $4,000 merely for saying that homosexuality was 'inferior' to heterosexuality.

In Scotland the pressure to conform manifested itself in another way. The National Health Service issued a new policy document for hospital workers titled Fair For All -- The Wider Challenge: Good LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Practice in the NHS. The new policy requirements, the document said, were intended to combat 'homophobia.' How did Fair For All define such 'homophobic language?' STAFFERS WERE TOLD TO 'AVOID OFFENDING GAY PATIENTS' BY USING WORDS LIKE 'MOTHER' OR 'FATHER,' since some patients might have two mothers or two fathers. ... 'HUSBAND' AND 'WIFE' WERE ALSO DISCRIMINATORY, according to the new policy, and must be replaced by 'partner' or 'they/them.'

... Meanwhile, in the Canadian city of Kamloops, British Columbia, Catholic city councilman John DeCicco was brought up on charges before the provincial Human Rights Tribunal after two homosexual men took offense when he stated at a city council meeting that homosexual acts were 'not normal and not natural.'

... Also in British Columbia, postal workers in Vancouver staged a walkout against delivering mail from Christian organization that was critical of the homosexual lifestyle.

... Luis Padilla was fired from his job at Cargill Foods in Timberville, Virginia, because he had a sign on his pickup truck supporting an amendment to the Virginia Constitution which defined marriage as being between one man and one woman. ... a statement released by the company said the sign could be 'reasonably construed as a show of hostility and intolerance toward homosexuals.'

... In all these cases there is a common sentiment: If you fail to support, by words or deeds, the normalization of homosexuality, you will be punished."


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