A few photos making the rounds on the Internet from several sodomy pride events should offer definitive proof about which side of the debate is "tolerant" and which is not. The practice of defaming Christianity and blaspheming God is routine among the LGBT community and often takes center stage at massive rallies and events. Meanwhile, when conservatives or Christians hold an event, the people waving hateful signs are often relegated to the fringes.
Think about it – Everyone despises the people from Westboro Church, who go around holding signs saying terrible thing about homosexuals. Does everyone despise the sodomite activists who mock and blaspheme Christianity? Nope.
I'm going to post the pictures that have been circulating. Please be warned they are GRAPHIC and they are DISGUSTING. The people in these pictures are obviously filled with hate and have no desire for real reconciliation with conservatives or Christians. It's very sad to see…
You can find hundreds, perhaps thousands, of similar photos across the web. Yet, it is not these sodomite activists who are "intolerant," but we Christians whom they hate. Amazing.
One more note. These disgusting displays take place at sodomy pride events all over the country (and at feminist events all over the world) all the time… are any of these people worried that they might be attacked and/or murdered by Christians for blasphemy against God? I don't think so. In fact, the people in these pictures may well become famous for these photos, and they will likely never face any sort of condemnation for their acts (other than the words printed here). Still LGBT activists will pretend that Christianity is somehow akin to Islam when it comes to the "rights" of the LGBT community. It's a farce. A joke. If LGBT activists even wandered into a Muslim nation they'd be at risk of murder; add blasphemy to the list and the chances of death would rise from probable to certain!
Still, the LGBT activists (and their friends in the media) pretend that Christians are to blame for all of society's woes. This is the world we live in now. How sad it is.Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.