Sunday, March 16, 2008

Canada: TV Station Yanks Ex-Homosexual Ad for Discrimination

The truth that people can be freed from homosexuality now banned from the public airwaves in Canada.

From "Canadian TV station yanks ex-homosexual ad for "discrimination"" by John Jalsevec, posted 3/10/08

Canadian Television (CTV) has pulled an ad that claims it is possible to leave the homosexual lifestyle, sponsored by a Christian advocacy group, Life Productions, after the station received numerous complaints from pro-homosexual activists.

The 30-second spot is narrated by John Westcott, the founder of Exchange ministries, an organization that seeks to help practicing homosexuals who wish to leave the lifestyle. Westcott is himself a former homosexual, as is his wife Dena.

"You hear a lot about gay rights, gay marriage and the gay lifestyle being taught in our public schools for children," says Westcott in the ad, "but what many people don't realize, and seldom hear, is that many homosexuals don't want to be homosexual. What many who are struggling with homosexuality don't realize, and seldom hear, is that they can change. I should know - for 13 years, I used to be one." Wescott then walks off the camera and an announcer says, "This message has been brought to you by Life Productions." (To see the ad, called "Exchanged Life", go to:

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Observation of events in Canada, Great Britain and Europe make it is abundantly clear that LGBT 'rights' activists will stop at nothing to secure validation for their behavior. If allowed to continue, they WILL destroy free speech, the family, and religious freedom here in the U. S. as well.

Homosexual activists are apparently convinced that their comfort (conveniently redefined as 'safety') legitimizes the destruction of basic constitutional freedoms for others. According to LGBT activists, the only 'safe' environment for them is one in which no one will ever hear about God's design for sexuality and the family or the freedom available through Jesus Christ...