Friday, August 17, 2012

Homosexualists' Terrorist Attack on Christians

The website of the homosexual activist organization SPLC, regularly cited by mainstream media with adoration, continues to incite violence against Christians. Shown here is the current "Hate Map" published by the Southern Poverty Law Center showing the Family Research Council (FRC) as one of their hate targets in Washington, D.C.

Wednesday's terrorist attack on FRC by a homosexualist armed with a handgun, 50 rounds of ammunition, and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches, wherein the unarmed building engineer (not a security guard, as earlier reported) was shot, demonstrates the ferocious anger against any Christian who dares speak the Word of God.

For background, read SPLC Labels Christian Hate Groups for Bible Honesty and also read SPLC Tells MSNBC to Censor FRC & Evangelical Christians as well as SPLC Sues Minnesota School to Accept Gay Agenda Bullying plus read SPLC Incites Militant Homosexualists to Vandalize IL Christian Academy

UPDATE 4/25/13 - Terrorist tells FBI that SPLC inspired his attack (video):

UPDATE 10/24/12: Shooter Floyd Lee Corkins II indicted on terrorism charge

UPDATE 8/18/12:
Shooter planned to place Chick-fil-A sandwich at each dead body

-- From "Family Research Council shooting: Civil rights, conservative groups spar in 'hate climate'" by Autria Godfrey & Stephen Tschida, Associated Press, ABC WJLA-TV7 8/16/12

. . . the accused shooter, Floyd Lee Corkins II, was ordered held without bond on accusations he opened fire a day earlier inside the lobby of the [FRC] council's headquarters. Corkins, whose parents said he strongly supported gay rights, had a backpack full of Chick-fil-A sandwiches and a box of ammunition when he said words to the effect of "I don't like your politics" and shot a security guard, authorities said.

The guard was shot in the left arm but managed to help subdue the gunman, police said. It wasn't immediately clear why Corkins, 28, had the chicken sandwiches.

The Family Research Council has steadfastly supported the president of Chick-Fil-A and his staunch opposition to same-sex marriage, a stance that has placed the fast-food chain at the center of a hot-button national cultural debate.

While blaming Corkins for the shooting, Perkins also faulted the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based civil rights organization that tracks and litigates against hate groups. The law center labeled the council a hate group in 2010 for what it called the organization's anti-gay stance.

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From "Family Research Council leader lashes critics after shooting" by Laura J. Nelson, Los Angeles Times 8/16/12

. . . suspect Floyd Lee Corkins was charged in federal court with transporting firearms and ammunition across state lines and assault with the intent to kill while armed.

[FRC president Tony] Perkins said at a news conference that the gunman was "given a license to shoot an unarmed man by organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center.”

The Alabama organization [SPLC] said the council intended to degrade the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community by fighting against same-sex marriage, anti-bullying programs and the repeal of the military’s policy that had barred openly gay servicemembers.

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From "Family Research Council head blames Southern Poverty Law Center" by Mackenzie Weinger, Politico 8/16/12

Family Research Council president Tony Perkins on Thursday said the shooting at the conservative Christian organization’s Washington, D.C., headquarters was an act of terrorism and he accused the Southern Poverty Law Center of fostering the climate that allowed the crime to occur.

“Terrorism is designed to intimidate and to drive people back and make them feel fearful. Well, that I believe would describe what they tried to do here yesterday at the Family Research Council and by extension to traditional value supporters, Christians across the nation,” Perkins said. “But I want to tell you it’s not going to work. We’re not going anywhere. We’re more committed today than we were yesterday to defending and advancing faith, family and freedom here in our nation’s capital.”

The FRC head noted that while he holds Corkins solely responsible for the shooting, he believes the Southern Poverty Law Center must also be held accountable for its “reckless” labeling of the FRC as a hate group.

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From "Before Shooting: Southern Poverty Law Center Put Family Research Council on ‘Hate Map’" by Elizabeth Harrington, 8/16/12

The SPLC has posted what it calls a "Hate Map" on its website that points to the FRC as a "hate" group located in Washington, D.C..

The map and SPLC listing of "hate organizations" equates groups such as the Family Research Council, which promotes the traditional Christian view of marriage and sexuality, with racist groups that violate Christian teaching on human dignity.

At a press conference on Thursday outside the FRC headquarters in downtown Washington, FRC President Perkins said, “I want to express my appreciation to the groups and organizations that we do not agree with on many public policy issues who have also expressed their outrage at what took place here yesterday. For that, I appreciate it. I appreciate them making those statements.”

“But I would ask them to go a step further and to join us in calling for an end to the reckless rhetoric that I believe led to yesterday’s incident that took place right behind me,” he said.

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Also read 'Gay Rights' Winning, Loss of Religious Liberty Documented - Washington Post writer demonstrates it's a "zero sum" game: Winning homosexual 'rights' means Christians must lose freedom of religion.