The gay “marriage” abomination is upon us

Vox reports from across the pond:

Coeur d‘Alene, Idaho, city officials have laid down the law to Christian pastors within their community, telling them bluntly via an ordinance that if they refuse to marry homosexuals, they will face jail time and fines.

The dictate comes on the heels of a legal battle with Donald and Evelyn Knapp, ordained ministers who own the Hitching Post wedding chapel in the city, but who oppose gay marriage, The Daily Caller reported. A federal judge recently ruled that the state’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, while the city of Coeur d‘Alene has an ordinance that prevents discrimination based on sexual preference….

“Many have denied that pastors would ever be forced to perform ceremonies that are completely at odds with their faith, but that’s what is happening here — and it’s happened this quickly,” Mr. Tedersco said, The Daily Caller reported.

This is similar to us over here.  Cameron, the creep, also said it would never be forced upon Christian clergy but the left establishment has other ideas.  This is a direct challenge to the Church to either fall away into apostasy and wrongdoing according to their scriptures or else do jail time.  Nothing inbetween.

And of course, to go to jail for this issue – what is going to happen to these ministers inside, physically? In a place already rife with buggery?

Vox comments: “At this point, it is fairly obvious that revolution time is coming.”

Ah, Vox, not so sure.  For a start, we don’t do revolution over here – we just moan about things and let the same old crooks do whatever they’ve always done to us.  Have a look on May 7th.

And even if we were in revolutionary mood over here, it would not be to support any Christian, particularly as so many feel buggery is a fine thing these days.  So this is shaping up for an enormous fight between half the Christian remnant against the forces of evil, with the other half of the Church – the leftist half, joining satan’s little helpers to do his will.

They don’t give a damn about gays, these Common Purpose types or whatever the equivalent is over there.  This is about turning people against Christians and demanding their rights be taken away.

And over there, that is at least unconstitutional.

17 comments for “The gay “marriage” abomination is upon us

  1. Bunny
    April 27, 2015 at 8:17 pm

    That was always my problem with gay marriage, if that is what the people who are gay and are in a relationship then fine. However if a church is against homosexuality then it shouldn’t be forced upon them to comply. That is what I have a problem with, I am not for revolution, now targeted assassination is another thing altogether, please note I am not in the UK for the thought police out there.

    • Tim
      April 29, 2015 at 4:24 pm

      if that’s the case, why are so many of the clergy gay? Homosexuality I don’t have a problem with. Everyone has a right to live their lives however they want. But hipocracy? No. Can’t take that.

  2. Errol
    April 27, 2015 at 9:11 pm

    My gay friend said very clearly that this nonsense – this travesty – would put back acceptance of gays a decade. He was right. If Cameron got off his backside he would see how disgusted people are by two boys kissing. It almost caused a fight one evening.

    Is it wrong? No. They’re entitled to behave how they like but equally, so are people allowed to be offended. When the Left scream ‘bigot’ what they really mean is ‘shut up you! I don’t want to hear your views because you don’t matter!’

    Gays are abnormal. They are free to behave how they wish in private, but not in public. Forcing gay marriage – an utter farce – on the public is why I cannot vote for the Conservative party. Such anti democratic hubris is putrid.

  3. Flyinthesky
    April 27, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    The bottom line to me is nothing is going to change until the entire fabric of society is destroyed, that is the desire of the progressives, the trick is going to be to pick it up from the bottom and steal it back from them. I’m not entirely optimistic.
    You can’t have a new order until you have destroyed the old one and it’s ongoing. I just hope that people begin to notice.

  4. Budvar
    April 27, 2015 at 9:34 pm

    I heard that as there is no absolute right to be married anywhere in the UK, so that just nips that in the bud right there. Problems start once people start with the “Oh we don’t cater for gays” as that could be deemed discriminatory.

    Instead do the “Poofters welcome” thing, you can be as insulting and pricey as you like. This wedding chapel, go down the line of, “Ah you want a poofter pink wedding? No problem, might I recommend the arse bandit special, for $25k, we can provide a dick and arse shaped cake, deck the place out real tacky, a Village People tribute band, and a shitload of dick shaped nibbles on the buffet for up to 100 guests? We require a 50% deposit payable up front, would that be to your liking sir? In the unlikely event that some militant gays try to push this thing all the way, 2 days before the wedding, a call to say “So sorry, but their appears to be a cock up with the booking, is it possible to reschedule? No? Sir is aware that deposits are non refundable…

    • April 28, 2015 at 7:41 am

      Budvar,

      At first glance, your proposal of ‘really over-the-top, gay-hyperbole excess’ would tend to sort the problem, as most of we ‘normal’ people (I refuse to employ terms such as ‘straight’ for the simple reason that those terms were invented by the buggery-friendly mob, and have no place in civilised discourse) would run a mile from such excess; but I feel that the average queer couple would actually revel in the rubbish so excellently portrayed wihin your comment.

  5. DICK R
    April 28, 2015 at 12:13 am

    I hope they try to force it on the Muslims

  6. Voice of Reason
    April 28, 2015 at 12:25 am

    The pastors in question were the Knapps. The Hitching Post is a business, but not a church. That’s why it runs counter to the local ordinance.

    No church has been put in this position.

    • April 28, 2015 at 7:49 am

      Yes it has. That ordinance was applicable to all Christian pastors. Of course, some have already gone over to the dark side, e.g. the Evangelical Church in the States, which is no longer Christian.

      • Voice of Reason
        April 28, 2015 at 2:09 pm

        Sorry James, but it has not. Even if they tried, it would violate the first amendment. The Knapps say that they are ordained ministers, but their facility is a business, not a church.

  7. The Jannie
    April 28, 2015 at 8:43 am

    As in so many areas there are ways and ways. My only beef is with the use of the words “marry” and “marriage” when they have been used adequately over many years to mean one man and one woman. I have no problem with same sex relationships as long as I’m not included and they pick their own terminology. The ways and ways are the kind of subterfuges used to avoid employing dark brown people, Scottish people, people who aren’t members of the same golf club and so on. They are used but are so well covered up that they would be impossible to find if there was any investigation. Unfortunately those who find their belief system challenged tend to be honest enough to admit it when the problem arises and that’s when the professionally offended pounce.

    • Voice of Reason
      April 28, 2015 at 2:10 pm

      Not according to the Old Testament. It’s one man, and as many women as he wants.

  8. Furor Teutonicus
    April 28, 2015 at 9:23 am

    XX So this is shaping up for an enormous fight between half the Christian remnant against the forces of evil, with the other half of the Church – the leftist half, joining satan’s little helpers to do his will. XX

    They can not go having the “Church” as a united front. Then they may decide to get together and do something about the threat, both to them, and society in general, from the “Governments” favourite bum chums, the suidaephobes!

  9. Graham wood
    April 28, 2015 at 10:39 am

    fT “So this is shaping up ……..” Indeed so, but the choice for Christians in the light of government secularism on SSM is the same as it has always been, namely rendering unto God the things that are God’s – as opposed to ‘Caesar’s. Simply put the norm is heterosexual marriage belongs to God. He instituted that and the essential family unit. Thus marriage cannot belong in any sense to the secular State – it is a private contract between two people – a man and a woman.
    Christians are well forewarned as to the perversion that the modern “gay” movement represents, and the Christian Apostle Paul could not be clearer re both the practitioners and supporters of the perversion:
    “Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator…….
    For THIS cause God gave them up unto vile affections…….and receiving in themselves that recompense……
    God gave them over to a reprobate mind….”
    That is the moral choice they have made for themselves. In other words if they adopt the view that there are no moral absolutes then God leaves them to their own free-will choice until a free-will change of heart and mind occurs.
    God forces nobody but the result of that choice is not a moral vacuum, but a form of slavery.

  10. Tedioustantrums
    April 28, 2015 at 4:42 pm

    I worked in Boise Idaho for a few months in the mid nineties. Lovely place, great people and a nice way or life.

    In the town centre there was a small car park opposite which was an area of restaurants and bars. Late afternoon my Boise workmates and I walked down to the car park which also had a really good coffee shop come bookshop. There was always a lot of traffic on the main road and the odd police car driving past also from time to time.

    One evening we were sitting outside of the cafe when a number of well dressed people came along the pavement. Some of them had placards and there was a minister with a megaphone. They set up shop opposite a second floor bar across the road and then started chanting and offering suggestions for potential lifestyle changes the bars clientele could consider. It was a gay bar.

    Things were getting more heated and one of the chaps from the bar dropped his trousers and showed his bare bottom at the religious people. A mini riot ensued. A number of police cars arrived and started moving on the religious people. They actually arrested some of them.

    Looks like things haven’t changed that much them.

    The mini riot cabaret certainly enlivened our evening.

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