A Queer Christmas? NO, Thanks! Sign The Petition!


Well, it’s now just over two weeks till The Big Day!

I have now finalised my plans and am looking forward to preparing a Western-style Christmas Dinner for a very welcome Indonesian guest.

Uncertainties remain – are Brussels Sprouts available in Jakarta?

Despite the unfortunate EUSSR connotation…

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…I am partial to those traditional ingredients of a Brit feast.

I am hoping the local tv will provide a good old-fashioned movie to watch after an hour of so of gluttony – Indonesians generally enjoy ghost stories, so ‘A Christmas Carol’ would be great.

I don’t get Hallmark films here, and am not sure anyone can, but out of solidarity with the Resistance in North America, I offer you a petition which I hope you’ll sign.

It’s from LSN, a Christian and basically Catholic part of the media, but anyone with a sense of common decency should support this cause.

Heck, the last thing you’d want to see after a good festive meal is a pair of queers cavorting on your wide-screen television – those sprouts might not stay down!

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PETITION: Tell Hallmark No LGBT Christmas movies!

https://lifepetitions.com/petition/tell-hallmark-no-lgbt-christmas-movies

Hallmark Christmas movies are known for their feel-good atmosphere, and are generally movies which can be enjoyed by the whole family — without having to explain sexual practices which offend against one’s faith.

This petition asks Hallmark to keep it that way, and keep sex and sexual practices – including the promotion of homosexuality, transgenderism, etc. – out of their movies.

Unfortunately, this petition is necessary because one of Hallmark’s representatives, Michelle Vicary, executive vice president of programming for Crown Media Family Networks (owned by and maker of Hallmark movies), recently told TheWrap.com: “We are continuing to expand our diversity. We are looking at pitches for LGBTQ movies…”

But, right now, Hallmark has a good record for keeping their movies family-friendly. Of this year’s 40 made-for-TV Christmas movies, none of them feature a homosexual as the main character.

This is a good thing because it preserves children’s innocence and it allows parents to be the primary educators where sex and sexual morals are concerned.

And, crucially, it’s also good for the brand and for business, because people (and parents, especially) know what to expect when they sit down to watch a Hallmark Christmas movie.

Hallmark would be offending Christian viewers and Christian parents BIG TIME, by experimenting with homosexual themes, and, or cooperating with the LGBT indoctrination agenda, at all.

By doing so, Hallmark would risk losing a big part of their market — because people just couldn’t be sure of what to expect.

And, Hallmark should also know that if they give-in to the LGBT agenda, the LGBT activists will never be satisfied. They will always want Hallmark to be pushing more and more aberrant views and characters.

That doesn’t sound like a very fun Christmas movie at all!

This petition is directed to Mike Perry, President and CEO of Hallmark Cards, and to Don and Dave Hall, Executive Chairman and Executive Vice Chairman of the company, respectively.

  • Please ask Hallmark to make the right ethical and moral decision…and, please ask Hallmark to make the right business decision, and reject LGBT-themed Christmas movies!
  • Thank you for SIGNING and SHARING, today!
  • FOR MORE INFORMATION:

TheWrap.com – https://www.thewrap.com/hallmark-lifetime-holiday-movies-no-lgbtq-storylines-lead-characters/