How do you spell hypocrisy? “LGBTQ”

Please remember one important fact:  those who shout the loudest for “tolerance,” “diversity” and “acceptance” are the very ones who deny it to others.  And few groups in America are more hypocritical in their actions than the LGBTQ community.

For just one small sample of the gay communities blatant double standards, look no further than the story of Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, fired from his position because of his Christian faith and viewpoints toward homosexuality.

I grow weary of hearing about homosexuality, gay rights, gay marriage, transgenderism, ad nauseam.  With all the press coverage this tiny minority of people get, you would think they would occupy more of the population of the United States than the less than 2% they actually do.

But what is more irritating than anything else is their hypocrisy:  they demand everybody tolerate their perverse lifestyle but utterly refuse to tolerate any one that does not agree with them.  For all of their bluster over those whom they deem as “haters,” they are the greatest haters of them all.

Allow me to quote from the article above, from the mayor who fired Chief Cochran:

“I profoundly disagree with and am deeply disturbed by the sentiments expressed in the paperback regarding the LGBT community,” the mayor wrote. “I will not tolerate discrimination of any kind within my administration.”

Did you catch that?  Do you see the dripping hypocrisy of these statements?

Let’s break it down:

“I profoundly disagree with…”  Profoundly disagree, mayor?  But I thought you were all about tolerance and inclusion, right?  When you say that you “profoundly disagree with” someone, are you not doing the exact opposite of what you profess?

“…and am deeply disturbed by the sentiments expressed in the paperback regarding the LGBT community…”  “Deeply disturbed by the sentiments expressed…” mayor?  Again, if you are all about “tolerance” and “acceptance” of others, how can you say what you just said with a straight face?  It is fairly obvious to me, mayor, that “tolerance” is a one way street with you…your way or the highway,   which is not very tolerant at all.

What the mayor is actually saying is this:  “I have a certain standard of what I believe ‘tolerance’ should be, and it applies predominantly to members of the LGBTQ community and their sexual proclivities.  And if you don’t agree with me, then you are a hater, a bigot and a homophobe.  Case closed.  No discussion allowed.”

And this hypocrisy, of course, is not limited to the mayor, but includes members of the LGBTQ community as well.  Alex Wan is an openly gay council member, and when he was informed of the Chief’s viewpoint on homosexuality and that he was fired, released the following statement supporting the termination and said it “sends a strong message to employees about how much we value diversity and how we adhere to a non-discriminatory environment.”

Well, like the mayor, Mr. Wan values only certain kinds of diversity, and if you happen to not agree with his very narrow definition of what qualifies as diversity (i.e., sexual perversion in all forms), then he will certainly be open to discriminating against you by being fired.

Again, the double standard is shocking, and it seems most of the world is blindly following the mayor and Mr. Wan, unable to see just how hypocritical the entire situation actually is.



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