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  • ross1948 12:16 on February 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Caribbean, , cultural imperialism, , LGBT, , , , Randy Berry, ,   

    End Obamanoid Neo-Colonialism In The Caribbean! 


    Not often I look at the Caribbean, though I did spend a very pleasant time there, years ago, and that was when I belatedly learned to swim!

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    So I was interested in this article about ANOTHER task awaiting President Trump – ending Obama’s policy of pushing the gaystapo agenda in those sunny islands.

    As you can read it all by yourselves, I offer just a few extracts to whet the appetite.

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    …Obama’s State Department, which seemed oblivious to any problem not preceded by the letters L-G-B-T…

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    The new occupant of the White House has said he does not like interfering in other countries. If that’s the case, Obama’s cultural imperialism – neo-colonialism if you like – should be scrapped, pronto.

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     No wonder that hundreds of pastors and church leaders are urging Donald Trump to chart a new course for U.S. relations — one that doesn’t include an obvious disrespect for other nations’ values.

    It’s time, the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean writes, for the White House to stop using the State Department to impose their LGBT agenda on other countries.

    ..We refer specifically to the policies of the U.S. State Department and other government agencies involved in foreign policy that have undertaken to coerce our countries into accepting a mistaken version of marriage.

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    …the Obama administration, among others, has shown this to be so, as so-called ‘gay rights’ are pre-empting human rights, such as freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and freedom of conscience.

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    Read it all, especially the quote from Pastor Paul Mursalin

     “We were coerced into accepting [the administration’s LGBT] agenda, threatening fund withdrawal and a number of other things. And our governments are under severe pressure to relent.

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    We now see a ray of hope under President Trump and Vice President Pence, where some of this can be reversed and give us a chance to maintain our traditional conservative Christian values on the issue.”


    Disturbingly, despite the anguish of the people down there, it looks like, so far, draining the swamp does not seem to include getting rid of a full-time, taxpayer-funded, diplomat who openly identified as gay…

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    ….whose sole purpose was forcing the president’s radical social agenda on reluctant countries.

    So this LGBT Envoy, a certain Randy Berry, continues his deplorable work.


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    Randy The ‘Gay!’

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    Keeping Berry only signals to the world that the extreme agenda of the Obama years is still deeply entrenched in the State Department.  http://www.frc.org/updatearticle/20170214/caribbean-tired

    Best to fire him!

    I hope all you decent Americans who read my blog will make representations to the White House to this effect!

     
  • ross1948 15:28 on March 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anxiety, clapping, Hands Up Dont Shoot, , , LGBT, Oxford University Students Union Womens Campaign   

    Oxford University – Clap Hands, Here Comes Brain-Death! 


    I had some very good times when I lived in Cambridge, including a spell as treasurer of a pub football team in which sportsmen of both town and gown backgrounds played well together.

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    I even wrote a team song, which ( I heard from one of the strikers, now a professor! ) was still being sung, though rarely,  as recently as last year! Three decades or more, and still going!

    I delighted in wandering along the Cam’s banks, strolling in the quads of King’s and other colleges, and like anyone else, revered the ancient University.

    Although Oxford was the great rival, that place too has always stood high in my esteem. 

    Thus while I had to laugh at the sheer moronism of this story, it saddened me too, for Oxbridge, I had felt, was not reduced to the level of other  British institutions of higher education.

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    So who let these inane dorkesses in?

    As the National Union of Students’ Women’s conference opened yesterday, delegates were asked to replace applause with ‘feminist jazz hands’.

    …the Oxford University Student Union’s Women’s Campaign (@womcam) claimed clapping was ‘triggering anxiety’. This latest safe-space policy requested attendees refrain from applauding motions that included calls to ‘end transphobia, biphobia, and Islamophobia on campus.’ .

    http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/whos-afraid-of-clapping-feminst-students-thats-who/16815#.VRX1CPmUc5I

    OMG!

    Of course, as soon as one hears the ‘phobia’ words, one grasps that one has entered PC Phantasmagoria Land, where Boogeymen – sorry Boogeypersons – dwell. But I was also baffled, never having heard the phrase ‘jazz hands’ before. What could it mean?

    It must be well known back in The Old Country, for the author, a sane student called Sam, doesn’t bother to explain it.

    So I looked it up -”the extension of a performer’s hands with palms toward the audience and fingers splayed. It is commonly associated with especially exuberant types of performance…”

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    Whose ‘jazz hands?’ Comrade Chairperson of Oxbridge Brain-Dead Women’s Collective?

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    Aha! Something like what those other morons, the police-hating, knuckle-dragging pro-criminal demo dunces in the USA, do, while oinking ‘Hands Up Don’t Shoot!’ in support of anti-social undesirables who get what’s coming to them! 

    As to why clapping might conceivably trigger anxiety, I’m none the wiser.

    In my speech-making days, anxiety might obtrude if NOBODY clapped! But as a sound, it always heartened me, and when we clapped for others, there was no sign the merry din filled them with trepidation..

    Best you read it for yourselves. It’s hilarious, especially this last bit, which I append in case you’re too busy to follow the link!,

    .On one notable feminist Facebook group, a discussion began on whether the use of feminist jazz hands meant the NUS delegates were engaging in some sort of abhorrent ‘cultural appropriation’. In their attempt to create a space safe from oppressive clapping, it appeared to some that the conference may have just also offended ‘gay black men’, as jazz hands were ‘used as a signal among New Orleans LGBT community as a way of identifying themselves to one another.’

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  • ross1948 17:11 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , LGBT, ,   

    UKIP’s ‘Not Got A Fly-Fishing-Friendly Tone!’ 


    Not a real headline, of course.

    But then in a normal world, we wouldn’t have to read guff like Ukip’s LGBT chair quits due to party’s lack of ‘gay-friendly tone’

    The Guardian, inevitably, which breathlessly relates that Ukip’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group chair has resigned!
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    Well, that’ll knock about thirteen and a half votes off their total in May’s General Election!
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    If, on the other hand, afficionados of fly-fishing, like the late great J R Hartley, were alienated en masse by UKIP or any political party, there would be thousands of voters deserting to other banners. 
    I mean, who gives a sh#t if the miniscule mincing minority happens to be miffed!
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    The problem with the dreary ‘gay’ agenda is that it’s long since advanced from pleas for tolerance for people who suffer from that sad status.
    Unlike the Islamists, who burn them and throw them off roofs, we conservatives simply ask them to have the common decency not to flaunt their bizarre cravings in public, and not to pretend that it’s normal for a man to marry another man.
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    UKIP of course is not without blame here – it’s nuts to establish a separate unit of party cadres on the basis of with whom they wish to copulate!
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    Now they’re appointing a replacement for the chap who’s flounced off-stage!
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    Yes, despite, or more probably because of, the ludicrous media onslaught, millions of Brits will still vote UKIP.
    But it would be nice to be able to do so without having to mark one’s ballot paper in one hand while holding one’s nose with the other! 
     
  • ross1948 17:30 on December 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Canadian Olympic Committee, , LGBT, OneTeam Athlete Ambassador, ,   

    ‘Changing the Locker-Room Culture!’ Canada Goes for Shirt-Lifting Gold? 


    Canada Court - School Ruling Today - Parents' Rights or Perv Propaganda?

    “There is no other program like this. There is nothing like this when it comes to athletes taking on LGBT issues. You talk about the idea that we are going to train dozens of Olympic athletes to become experts on LGBT issues — even if they’re LGBT themselves, they still need training on how to express it — and then sending them into schools.

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    A more brazen declaration of intent to indoctrinate is hard to imagine. But what’s shocking is that this rant comes courtesy of the Canadian Olympic Committee, which hopes to spread ‘gay’ brain-washing to ONE MILLION kids.

    Seriously!

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    They actually boast of their grand ‘gay’ design, their “OneTeam Athlete Ambassador” program, which aspires to despatch pro-homos to “establish formal relationships with 25 school boards nationally and connect with 1 million students by the end of 2016.”

    Changing the culture of the locker-room‘ is not a phrase conjured up by me to make this campaign seem sinister and scary. Those are the very words used by the agitproppers behind it.

    Youngsters’ sports day locker-rooms will indeed turn into a threatening place if sexual deviants gain approved access.

    Used to be that proud parents would encourage their athletic children to dream of an Olympic future. However, this latest degradation of the Olympic spirit suggests that the attentions of the COC could rapidly turn into every caring parents’ nightmare.

     
  • ross1948 13:34 on September 25, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ehibit B, , , , , , Jogja universitas, LGBT, , , Slaves in chains   

    Hurt Feelings, ‘Racisits’ and Mob Rule – in Indonesia AND UK! 


    Last week I was about to post on a disgraceful example of rabble rule, a bunch of louts  arrogating to itself the right to determine what sort of meetings a university may hold.

    A radical group has threatened to use force to close down a seminar on LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) issues organized by Sanata Dharma University’s School of Psychology.

    Most readers will know I have no time for the gaystapo, who target decent values in the West.

    But a meeting in a college, to discuss such issues?

    Free speech under threat from savages?

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    Gotta speak up.

    “We have requested the seminar be cancelled. If not, we will cancel it by force,” Muhammad Fuad, leader of the Ka’abah Defender Movement, one of the elements grouped under the Islamic Society Forum (FUI), said on Wednesday.

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    I wanted to urge the univeristy to stand firm. But I was overtaken by events.

    Tempo’s recent report says that Sanata Dharma University in Jogja cravenly cancelled plans for a seminar on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex on 27 September.

    I suppose no surprise is called for. The JP report had already indicated a degree of pusillanimity, the University Rector quoted thus – “We always have the option to cancel the seminar if we find out that it could hurt the feelings of some groups.”   http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2014/09/18/group-threatens-close-down-lgbt-seminar.html

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    F### their hurt feelings!

    Universities in particular, and democracies in general, are not meant to be in the business of pampering tantrum brats.

    Hurt feelings?

    If that gal doesn’t show up, that you arranged to take to the movies, that’s hurt feelings

    If you thought you’d got the job, after that interview, but you didn’t – that’s hurt feelings

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    • If you reckon your sectarian fanaticism should over-ride basic principles of free expression?

    THAT IS NOT HURT FEELINGS. That’s crass intolerance

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    The Islamic People’s Forum (FUI)  had said the plan was insulting to Islam .

    Not so!

    Policies discussed would likely be in contradiction to that religion’s tenets, as to Christianity’s tenets and to most people here’s ideas of what’s decent and what is not.

    But to dispute is not to insult.

    The queers were not going to DO anything at the meeting, so I understand, no snogging or worse. They were simply going to discuss their ideas. I’d not much like listening to that, but tough – nobody would have forced me to do so.

    But in a betrayal of academic freedom, the Rector, Johannes Eka Priyatma, buckled and cancelled. Disturbingly, he did so after a meeting with the Jogja Police. Evidently they had little interest in defending people’s rights to free expression of ideas.

    And I find that pathetic. :http://www.tempo.co/read/news/2014/09/17/058607716/Universitas-Sanata-Darma-Batalkan-Seminar-LGBTI

    Yet no way can I single out Indonesia on this issue.

    I just watched the news from UK, where a ranting ill-educated rabble, including one whose grasp of English is so bad that he or she managed to mis-spell ‘racist’ – so no, it wasn’t my typo in the headline – who shut down an exhibition (with an H!) in London.

    Intelligent people would have urged a boycott, if they found it unacceptable, but these Hitlerian bootboys (and girls) decided to suppress free expression – just like IslamoNazis here.

     

    Exibition? Ignoramuses!

    Why?

    Because it depicted the evil of slavery by showing some black actors in chains.

    Do these yelping cretins imagine slaves, black or white, were NOT shackled? Did they get to dress in finery, walk about freely. Do the chains suggest slavery was OK? 

    Is historical truth unacceptable? 

    Evidently, because the organisers caved in to the morons! 

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    sod that

    For God’s sake, Britain, grow a pair!

     
    • Leo Cozijn 23:34 on September 25, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      A seemingly sophisticated guy talking about “gaystapo” ?

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      • ross1948 01:14 on September 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        I suppose, Leo, that I’m not without pretensions, but pretension to ‘sophistication’ is not one of them, especially if it’s used in its proper meaning, which is not complimentary.
        I think gaystapo is a very suitable term for the sort of people who glory in intimidation of their opponents.

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        • Leo Cozijn 01:42 on September 26, 2014 Permalink

          According to The Concise Oxford Dictionary “sophisticated” simply means “educated and refined”, which sounds rather complimentary to me. About your justification for exercising the expression “gaystapo”, do you mean to articulate that gays are the sort of people who glory in intimidation of their opponents?

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        • ross1948 21:24 on September 26, 2014 Permalink

          Hello, Leo. I have been out all day since morning, so my apologies for not replying sooner. I see another commenter has grabbed the semantics issue, so I’ll skip that one.
          To your main question, ‘gays’ as individuals no doubt vary in their view on the intimidation meted out to those who oppose the ‘gay’ agenda, but it is very clear that their organised groups DO want to silence critics and/or punish them, and are currently using sympathetic judges in America to undermine democracy on such matters as marriage.

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        • Leo Cozijn 00:02 on September 28, 2014 Permalink

          Having a cynical nature myself, I agree with how you deal on a lot of topics; I also appreciate the way you use the English language. As a regular reader of your articles I’m aware you’re no novice concernining controversies and hyperbolic extravagances. Still to talk about gay extremists is in my opinion way too far-fetched (although I’m not denying gay activists are – rightfully – active around the world) and talking about gaystapo, suggests (which I cannot imagine) that you’re unaware of what the Gestapo stood for and what they were capable of! Linking gays with Gestapo simply makes no sense!

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    • Ted McPh. 16:47 on September 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I think Ross means the derivation from ‘sophistry,’ and he’s right.
      Sophistry is the art of using clever but actually flawed arguments to advance your case, So sophisticated carries a meanng of seeming to be better than the average but only in a superficial way.

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