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From the president to his wicked wife to the hordes of celebrating demons, a demented shout of victory could be heard from coast to coast after NBA player Jason Collins announced he preferred sex with other men. A homosexual sports hero had been born! But who would have known that the Holy Spirit would quickly raise up ESPN analyst Chris Broussard to blast the lie with searing and undeniable truth.
UPDATE: Apologies or backtracking?
It appears that Chris Broussard may be having a bit of speaker’s remorse. Either he or ESPN is attempting to mellow his comments from yesterday. His new statement:
“Today on OTL, as part of a larger, wide-ranging discussion on today’s news, I offered my personal opinion as it relates to Christianity, a point of view that I have expressed publicly before. I realize that some people disagree with my opinion and I accept and respect that. As has been the case in the past, my beliefs have not and will not impact my ability to report on the NBA. I believe Jason Collins displayed bravery with his announcement today and I have no objection to him or anyone else playing in the NBA.”
What do you think is happening now?
Several rather strange (and tragic) events happened over the last few weeks involving members of the Church of God in Christ denomination.
STOMP JESUS controversy – A professor at Florida Atlantic University who demanded that students write Jesus’ name on a piece of paper and then stomp on it has been placed on administrative leave due to concerns for his personal safety. Deandre Poole, a member of Lighthouse COGIC in Ft Lauderdale came under fire for the bizarre exercise after one student refused to participate and was subsequently threatened with suspension. Poole claims he was “just doing my job”. More here
FOLK STAR GAY controversy – Michelle Shocked was a celebrated folk singer whose schedule was packed with venue appearances around the country. That was until she unexpectedly unleashed on homosexuals and gay marriage during the second half of her concert in San Francisco with a sizeable group of gays in the audience. Shocked sharply rebuked homosexuals and repeated several epithets including telling them “God hates fags”. Shocked is a long time member of West Angeles COGIC pastored by Bishop Charles Blake. The fallout has been even stranger.
EASTER SUNDAY MUSLIM EXECUTION – Members of the Hiawatha COGIC in Ashtabula, Ohio were traumatized after Easter Sunday service when a 25 year old man shot and killed another man outside the church then entered yelling Muslim statements typically associated with executions in the name of Allah. Turns out the shooter, Reshad Riddle was the son of the murder victim. Full story here
Why hasn’t the gay church said anything about all of this rampant, non-homophobia based violence and sexual violence? Answer? Because they are too busy trying to keep up the perception that all homosexuals are loving, nonviolent, domesticated couch potatoes. Plus, it fetches much more profits to be a perpetual victim.
Well a new study out from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) pushes the ugly secret out of its closet. According to an NBC story out a few weeks ago, “domestic violence” among homosexuals rivals or equals that of heterosexual counterparts.
Gay people in the United States are just as likely as heterosexuals to experience domestic violence, sexual violence or stalking, and bisexual women are more likely than other women to be abused, federal health experts said on Friday.
Until now, little had been known about how often violence occurred among gays and bisexuals in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said of its findings. The CDC said its report offered the first national data on the issue.
“We know that violence affects everyone, regardless of sexual orientation. This report suggests that lesbians, gay men and bisexuals in this country suffer a heavy toll of sexual violence and stalking committed by an intimate partner,” CDC Director Tom Frieden said in a statement.
For example, domestic violence against a woman was reported by nearly 44 percent of lesbians and about 61 percent by bisexuals compared to 35 percent of heterosexuals. Among men, 26 percent of gays and about 37 percent of bisexuals reported partner violence compared to 29 percent of heterosexuals.
“Bisexual woman had significantly higher prevalence of virtually all types of sexual violence,” the CDC said in its report.
Neither I nor the many people like me who have escaped that lifestyle need NBC or a CDC report tell us what we had already seen or experienced first hand. The level of intra-community violence has been out of control for sometime. Fights, violence, threats, and more among so called “loving committed relationships” was fairly common. I personally witnessed so many fights (especially with lesbians) that we came to expect it at mixed gender gay clubs. The reason being is that homosexuality is inbred with envy, jealousy and pride.
Homosexuals have a much greater problem than so called homophobia. They needn’t look much further than their own houses. Hopefully, the hypocritical gay church can stop with its fake crusade and do something important to help stop it.
The videos of a Detroit bishop shown physically mounting two men laying face down in a church “consecration” service wants them removed according to a Fox News station.
Bishop Wayne T. Jackson says that insults left on his Facebook page have “been a main attack on homosexuals.”
The video taken in August at Jackson’s Impact Ministries International shows him praying while lying atop new bishops who are on the floor, clothed and covered in white clothes.
Jackson says he has been holding the ordinations since 1998. He wants to have the video removed from the popular YouTube site.
Washington, D.C.-based National Black Church Initiative president The Rev. Anthony Evans says the practice is unusual and offensive, but Jackson “has a right to develop any ceremony he chooses.
Its unclear what Jackson is referring to by “a main attack on homosexuals.”
Jackson had sparked nationwide outrage and disgust after thousands of people viewed the video. Despite aggressive attempts to stomp out the video online, it multiplied quickly. The video was originally posted on Youtube by the one of the men who participated in the practice called “full body covering”.