You have to read this. This is awesome. It’s the most beautiful and inspired blog response to the Mozilla gaystapo and these garbage of LGBT jerks and their supporters everywhere. By Matt Walsh:
Dear gay rights militants, dear progressive tyrants, dear liberal fascists, dear haters of free speech, dear crusaders for ideological conformity, dear left wing bullies:
You will lose.
I know you’ve got legions of sycophants kowtowing to you these days, and the rest you’ve set out to destroy — but you will lose.
So, you’ve tracked another dissident and skinned him alive. You’ve made an example of Brendan Eich, and now you dance joyously around his disemboweled carcass. You have his head on a spike, and you consider this a conquest in your eternal crusade to eradicate diversity and punish differing opinions. You launched your millionth campaign of intimidation, and now another good man has been dragged through the mud, to the sounds of taunting and jeering and death threats.
You found out that the CEO of Mozilla gave a few dollars to support a pro-traditional marriage ballot measure several years ago, and you proceeded to publicly tar and feather him until he was forced to ‘resign’ in disgrace.
You again chose to forgo debate, in favor of coercion and bullying.
You again attempted to end the ‘gay rights’ argument by defrocking your opponent.
Hey, good for you.
Enjoy the spoils of your cowardice.
It won’t last.
You will still lose.
Don’t you people read? Haven’t you learned anything from history? ‘Advancements’ earned through tyranny never endure. You can only win a debate by suffocating your opposition for so long. Your strategy is doomed for failure, because it has always failed.
In the name of ‘fighting for the freedom to love,’ you’ve utilized hate. For the sake of ‘tolerance,’ you’ve wielded bigotry. In order to push ‘diversity,’ you’ve been dogmatic.
You are everything you accuse your opponents of being, and you stand for all the evil things that you claim they champion.
You are exposed. We see you for what you are: a force of destruction and division.
You showed your hand, and now you’ll lose the game.
(it continues on his blog)
Thank you, Matt.
For people like myself, who have been speaking out for years, mostly to deaf years, on the myriad types of harm and violence that LGBTs and other liberals pushing for a homosexuality agenda do in society, these are moments that I would have never thought I’d see.
And yet, little by little, there are cracks in the façade, their lies don’t always stand up so well. Their slurs and insults against decent people, and the nasty labels they tar social conservatives with are starting not to stick. More and more social conservatives are starting to see the game being played. There are now moments when the truth shines its rays amid the clouds, these are moments when homosexuality proponents reveal more of their ugly minds, so neatly hidden under all kinds of nice words and ideals deviously weaved into their disingenuous propaganda.
And finally, not every “conservative” shows themselves to be a coward, a sell-out, and ready to embrace becoming a sexuality pig or going along with any sexual garbage simply because it’s the easy and convenient thing to do.
Update: April 8, 2014
Other people persecuted for having a decent view of sexuality and relationships expressed through Prop 8.
…while Eich’s ouster is the latest for a supporter of Prop 8, it’s not the first.
Olympic gold medalist and gymnast Peter Vidmar was forced to relinquish his position as chef de mission for the 2012 U.S. Olympic team following disclosure of his support for the measure. In Sacramento, Calif., Scott Eckern of the California Musical Theatre was forced out of his job when his donation to the “Yes on 8” campaign became public.
Within the tech industry, many are suggesting that the way in which Eich’s situation was handled puts corporate leaders on notice that their political views and careers are increasingly intertwined. Dan Chmielewski, principal at Madison Alexander PR, Inc. in Irvine, Calif., said that while it was “perfectly appropriate for business leaders to engage in a political arena,” Eich wasn’t “alone in terms of paying a bit of a political price for having a political point of view.” That said, Chmielewski said, “Eich is a smart guy. Just because he stepped down from Mozilla, do not write his professional obituary.” Another industry insider familiar with the situation, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said it was “amazing the way things worked out. … People can destroy you in a tweet.”