Saturday, July 23, 2011

MN Homosexualists Hate Pro-marriage Christians

As Minnesota voters await 2012 to decide the definition of marriage, supporters of same-sex "marriage" released a new fundraising video that can only be described as profane, vulgar, immoral, and disgusting as it mocks God in an effort to marginalize the Christian message of the sanctity of marriage.

For background, read Minn. Marriage Amendment Approaches Voters

Warning: Although the video below is absent full nudity, every other word spoken is profane.

-- From "FCKH8 pro gay marriage video offends Christians" by Michael Stone, Humanist Examiner 7/21/11

Tuesday the anti-gay group NOM (National Organization for Marriage) issued the following statement via their blog condemning the FCKH8 video:
We've had the unfortunate duty before of having to inform you about how "F*K H8" tries to propagandize young kids to become activists for gay marriage. We can't underscore how offensive this video is.
. . . For many supporters of equal rights for gay and lesbian people, Christianity is the major force behind anti-gay efforts in the USA, and as such richly deserves to be mocked and ridiculed as a force for ignorance, bigotry and hate.

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From "Pro-Gay Marriage Video Mocking Christians Leaves Christians Speechless" by Jeff Schapiro, Christian Post Contributor 7/18/11

The purpose of the website F** is to raise money for Minnesotans United for All Families, an organization whose goal is to defeat the proposed ban on same-sex marriage that the state's voters will decide on in 2012.

For each “Like” on Facebook and “Tweet” on Twitter that the site receives, they will donate 10 cents to the organization, up to $10,000. They are also raising money by selling clothes, stickers, pins, wristbands and more that say things like “Born This Way,” “Don't B H8N On The Homos” and “Some Kids R Gay. That's OK.”

The site takes critical aim at Christians in particular, with actors in the video portraying Christians as mindless followers of church laws. . . .

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