There is perhaps no greater hypocrisy in the world today than with those who espouse “tolerance” and “diversity.”
More specifically, champions of so-called “LGBTQ” rights are among the most intolerant and hypocritical of people: these individuals are only tolerant and accepting of those who agree with their perverse morality and twisted ideology. Anybody else, and in particular Christians, are the targets of their hate, intolerance and bigotry.
As evidence of my statements, allow me to give two names of individuals whom I will offer as proof : Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich and Peter LaBarbera. So that I do not waste valuable time rehashing already established facts, below are two links to articles that will delve into some of the particulars of the two cases:
For information on Brendan Eich, cut and paste the link below into your search browser: http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2014/0405/Mozilla-s-Brendan-Eich-and-gay-marriage-Intolerance-over-tolerance-video
Do the same for information on Peter LaBarbera: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/u-s-anti-gay-activist-peter-labarbera-arrested-in-regina-1.2610123
When gay activists, who are the “champions” of tolerance and diversity, can put sufficient pressure on a man like Eich to cause him to resign over a donation he made to a political campaign, this should cause all lovers of true liberty and freedom to recognize a very dark and dangerous train coming out of the tunnel of intolerance and hypocrisy.
Remember: those trumpeting tolerance are the most intolerant of all. The stench of their hypocrisy rises to the heavens and demands exposure. As long as you agree with them, they are your friends, but woe to any who don’t goose-step to their immoral agenda. What is curious is how blind they and their supporters are to the blatant hypocrisy of their positions.
The case of LaBarbera is the most disturbing because he was arrested. It is one thing to be fired from your job, like Eich was, but an entirely different matter to be incarcerated for your beliefs; this takes intolerance to a new and frightening level and puts an effective chill on how one will choose to publicly express their views in the future.
As the article on LaBarbera states, he was arrested on the University of Regina campus and charged with “mischief.” In the eyes of the Canadian authorities, LaBarbera was guilty of promoting hatred because he was passing out literature dealing with the dangers of homosexuality.
Note the utter hypocrisy of the statement made by Tom Chase, the vice president of the university: “We are a diverse campus, we are a welcoming campus,” said Chase. “We celebrate that diversity and our staff felt that the material and some of the things they had with them simply contravened that policy and we asked them to leave.”
In other words, Chase said, “We welcome all views except those we disagree with. Then we will arrest you and kick you off campus if your views don’t precisely line up with ours.”
So much for being tolerant and welcoming, Mr. Chase. Your hypocrisy can be cut with a knife. Canada is rapidly rushing on the same road that Germany took when it elected Adolph Hitler as chancellor in 1933. America is following suit under the present Obama administration.
We are living in dangerous times here in the United States; our freedoms are systematically being chipped away. Our cherished first amendment is under serious attack and its demise is on the horizon by the enemies of “tolerance” and “diversity” who have brilliantly used that first amendment to hoodwink an entire nation into believing their redefinition of the terms. It is nothing short of astonishing in how effective they have been.
I am thankful that the “sleeping giant,” that vast majority of Americans who reject the lies of the GBLTQ community and their allies, are finally waking up and are beginning to push back.
Unfortunately, it might be too late. We have lost so much ground in such a short time that I’m not at all convinced we can regain our lost position. It is well past the time for Christians in this country to wake up and understand the battle we are in and just how close we are to losing.