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Anti-LGBT Catholic Center for Family & Human Rights Money Beg: Sexual Fascist Gays Are After Your Rights!

 

A teacher in Canada shows a video of a free speech hero who stood up against the homosexual fascists. The teacher is about to lose her job. The state of Michigan just took a child from the home of a Christian family because they refused to allow their daughter to transition into a boy.

The state of Colorado wants to shut down the Christian baker because he won’t celebrate a gay wedding. Friends, we are living in fascistic times except this time the hobnail boots are worn by homosexuals and their allies in government and major corporations.

These fascists are out to get Christians who view men and women as God made them and who live their lives that way. They seek to stamp us out. Want to be shocked? Would you like to know the one place where you are free to stand up to the LGBT fascists? Want to know where Christians actually win victories against the LGBT fascists?

The UN that’s where. How do I know? Because we do it every single day and we have many governments behind us. And I will tell you the secret. It is because we are brave. We are fearless. We will not be bullied, we will not step back, and we will always call homosexual behavior sinful, offensive, and deeply harmful to the individual who practices it and to society at large.

You will not find “mainstream” religious conservatives speaking this way. They talk about religious freedom. Let me tell you another secret. If we are having to defend religious freedom, then we are fighting the enemy in our own house. We are not on offense. We are on defense. And we are going to lose. Well, we are on offense. Want to be on offense with us? Tired of being on defense? Then help us now! Join us! – Catholic Church affiliated Center for  Family & Human Rights

The Catholic organization the Center for Family & Human Rights is a astro-turf group belonging to the World Congress of Families and is run by con-artist Austin Ruse. They are working with a coalition of LGBT hate groups including the  National Organization for Marriage  and others to export anti-LGBT hatred to foreign counties.

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World Congress of Families LGBT Hate Conference “Opens In Chaos”, Hundreds of Australian Protesters Wreck Havoc

Aussie Pride WCF From the Austrailan Guardian

About 100 protesters blocked the entrance to the Catch the Fire evangelical ministries in the Melbourne suburb of Hallam on Saturday morning, where the controversial World Congress of Families conference was scheduled to begin. Many speakers, including the American campaigner Angela Lanfranchi, who planned to speak on the thoroughly debunked link between breast cancer and abortion, were unable to get through the gates in their cars. Their path was blocked by protesters holding signs with slogans such as “Our bodies are our property” and “Women are not incubators”. More than 30 police officers formed their own barrier on the opposite side of the gate in the quiet street of Star Crescent, located in an industrial area. It forced attendees to trickle through the gates one by one as church security struggled to establish whether they had registered. The Monty Python satirical song Every Sperm is Sacred boomed from a sound system organised by protesters. The protests were vocal, but largely peaceful. Two protesters were arrested as others chanted “What’s the charge?”

Austrailia’s The Age adds:

One protester managed to sneak in as a registered guest, storming the stage and pouring fake blood over herself in front of NSW MP, the Reverend Fred Nile and his wife. “We don’t want your backyard abortions,” she yelled, before being marched out. Guests at the event were visibly rattled by the breach and turned to prayer as the woman was ushered outside. But despite ongoing protests at the gate throughout the day, the rest of the conference was incident free. Controversial American breast cancer doctor Angela Lafranchi was one of the headline acts, pushing her research suggesting a link between abortion and breast cancer. Reverend Nile, leader of the NSW Christian Democrats, called for more Christians to get involved in politics. And Paul Hanrahan, the executive director of Family Life International Australia, used his speech to suggest abortion was worse than terrorism in Syria. “Many people lately have been upset at the terrible atrocities being committed in the name of religion in Iraq and Syria and other places. Terrorists and terrorists’ kids holding severed heads is certainly gruesome. Answer me this: how is it worse?” he asked.

On a related note from September 26th – 28th the Family Research Council hate group will be running it’s own anti-gay conference called the Values Voter Summit which will be held at the Omni Shoreham in Washington, D.C. Perhaps this year some American LGBT activist will show up and make thier presence known that they will not stand for hate parading undering the guise of politics or religion. (Yes GetEQUAL I am talking to YOU!)

WCF Anti-Gay Conference In Melborne Unravels, Mike Huckabee Openly Supports Their Hate

Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee has joined 79 other extremist conservatives in signing a letter blasting “sexual radicals” for their efforts to stop a planned anti-gay conference of the World Congress of Families (WCF), a group notorious for stoking homophobia and promoting harsh anti-gay propaganda and laws internationally.

In a few days the Rockford, IL-based WCF was to hold the “Life, Family, and Freedom Conference” in Melbourne, Australia. which is now in total chaos  after protests and recent public knowledge have led to three changes of venue for the conference,

“It’s a mess,” Margaret Butts, one of the organisers told Guardian Australia. “We have no venue at the moment – the police are telling us it’s a safety risk because of planned protests and demonstrations. “We are frantic at the moment trying to organise something else, we’ve had four venue cancellations. I can’t talk to you because we are just too busy right now.” Guardian Australia understands that despite the prominent speakers and hundreds of people expected to attend on Saturday, organisers had not planned event security or liability insurance. The event was initially to be held at St Patrick’s parish hall in Mentone, about 20km south-east of the city. It was then moved to St Cecilia’s Catholic church in Glen Iris, but that venue also withdrew.

So the WCF has responded to those protests with a letter signed by 80 social conservatives, including Huckabee accusing “sexual radicals” of waging a “smear campaign,” The letter charges that opponents of the conference aim to “transform society into something unrecognizable to generations past”:

Sexual radicals have launched a smear campaign to discredit the Melbourne conference, which misrepresents the international pro-family movement and the positions of the World Congress of Families……

Attacks on the Melbourne conference and the international pro-family movement generally are an attempt at intimidation – a weapon used to stigmatize family advocates, stifle dissent and foreclose a debate…..

The goal of sexual radicals is to deconstruct marriage and marginalize the family, and thus to transform society into something unrecognizable to generations past. Like all social experiments that attempt to create a “new man,” these are doomed to failure…….

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah……

Founded after a 1995 meeting between Illinois anti-gay activist Allan Carlson and two Russian sociologists, the WCF is a self-proclaimed “alliance of orthodox believers, based on their commitment to Judeo-Christian values and the natural family.” Partnering with 29 social conservative organizations – with a combined annual budget estimated at $216 million – the WCF convenes “pro-family” activists for regional and international conferences aimed at combatting reproductive freedom and LGBT equality. WCF partner organizations include a number of groups that have been labeled “hate groups” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, including the American Family Association and the Family Research Council,

While the WCF’s ties to conservative groups have helped make it influential on the American right – the George W. Bush administration even sent delegates to WCF conferences in 2004 and 2007. Much of the WCF’s work has concentrated on Russia, which WCF managing director Larry Jacobs has touted as a “great ally for conservatives”. The organization has forged close ties with key Russian lawmakers and church officials in support of the country’s law banning gay “propaganda,” and planned to hold its 2014 conference in Moscow until that event was cancelled due to international tensions over Ukraine.

Moreover, the WCF has convened “pro-family” conferences in Africa, where attendees learn of the alleged dangers of contraception and homosexuality. Attendees at WCF meetings have included the first ladies of Nigeria and Uganda. Both countries have since passed harsh laws imposing 14-year prison sentences for gay sex.

Huckabee also signed a WCF letter in 2012 protesting the U.S. embassy’s participation in the Prague gay pride parade. That letter accused the American government of “aggressively promoting the ‘gay’ agenda internationally,” stating that the signers couldn’t “imagine a worse form of cultural imperialism.”

During his unsuccessful 1992 U.S. Senate bid, Huckabee called for AIDS patients to be quarantined, and he has cited “the ick factor” as one of the reasons he opposes same-sex marriage. However, Huckabee steadfastly contends that he is “not homophobic.”