And it’s nasty…
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And I just wonder who really is the “hateful bigot” here? Gee, sure seems like that ugly spirited women!
Don’t want tolerance, want equality. I think they need a lesson manners.
*gasp* But that’s hateful and intolerant!
Heh. What they need is to be shipped over to Iran and Saudi Arabia and see how non-Christians treat them. That’s the lesson they need. At their age? They’ll just laugh at “manners”
It is terrible how the homosexual protestors treated that priest. It shows their true colors. I have studied psychology and psychiatry for 40 years and worked for 20 years as a Registered Nurse on psychiatric units in hospitals. It is clear to me that homosexuality is the result of a breakdown of the normal psycho/sexual development of the child. This is not the place to go into detail but it is also clear to me that homosexuality/lesbianism is a much more serious disorder than most people realize.
To be sexually attracted to someone of the same gender and to want to have a sexual relationship with them is an actual denial of the self at a very deep level! This is where the hatred and rage comes from when homosexuals encounter someone who is open about disagreeing about them being “normal”. Any denial system is always defended by the subconscious and their denial is so deep that rage is often their protective mechanism.
When I started taking psychology courses in college, homosexuality and lesbianism were officially categorized as sexual perversions. Now they are not listed as problems so that it is unethical for a psychologist or psychiatrist to treat the person and try to help them I have nothing but compassion for someone afflicted with this serious disorder but the acceptance of same gender sexuality (and now same gender marriage!) is ruining our society and is a major cause of the breakdown of the family and an increase in crime in all areas.
False compassion leads to greater injustice. Maybe it is the way some gays are treated that made some people feel guilty and thinking that their guilt will go away if they fought for “LGBT rights”, in the same way the mistreatment of the mentally-ill at some asylums led to the general shutting down of psychiatric hospitals. It actually harms the people who are supposed to benefit from the supposedly compassionate act. (In the case of the latter: 80 percent of all the asylums in the U.S. were closed down between 1955 and 1985, which left about 400,000 patients without care. The answer is sleeping on the park bench of every city you go to: We now call these people “the homeless.” This is why about 40 percent of the homeless are people with mental illnesses.)
But regarding homosexuals, I know some people who have same-sex attraction, but they want to desperately fight this and live cleanly; I think they are very heroic, because only God knows how greatly they suffer, and they have to fight against the temptation to call their condition “normal” when it is not. Some people, even within the Church think they’re helping people with same-sex attraction when all they’re doing is enabling them.
I agree with you 100%. I worked as a Registered Nurse on psychiatric units in hospitals before they closed the State Hospitals for the mentally ill and afterwards. I have seen 1st hand what happened when they closed the State Hospitals for the mentally ill. Many were too mentally ill to be accepted into into any residential program and often they refused to take medications which made their mental illness worse. Those people all became street people and had extremely miserable lives. It broke my heart to see the results in person of the “do gooders” who because of ignorance and false compassion caused untold suffering to people who otherwise would have had much happier lives in a State Hospital for the Mentally ill.
I suspect many folks will understand the meaning of the word “Chastisement” very soon. Perhaps they have already begun, but they haven’t been associated with such yet. Jesus, spare us from Thy Just Judgement. Jesus, ITrust in Thee. Amen.
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