Vandalism of Mormon temples: Oh, boo fucking hoo!

So Mormon temples in California and in Utah are being vandalized.

Good.

The Mormons funded the hatred of gay men and lesbians (and other heterosexually “incorrect” individuals) with more than $20 million and apparently expected there to be no repercussions.

The atmosphere of homo-ignorance and homo-hatred that the Mormons, the Catholics and the other assorted “Christo”fascist wingnuts have created has resulted in a myriad of problems for non-heterosexuals, including being the victims of hate crimes and having higher rates of substance abuse and suicide from the self-homo-loathing that the “Christo”fascists foster.

The atmosphere of homo-ignorance and homo-hatred results in the deaths of gay men and lesbians, so I don’t think that I’ll be shedding a fucking tear over vandalized Mormon temples. In fact, I hope that more “Christo”fascist buildings — temples of hatred — are vandalized. Why are the vandals picking only on the Mormons? There are plenty of Catholic and other “Christo”fascist buildings, too.

Let the “Christo”fascists see what it feels like when their victims push back for fucking once. They understand only intimidation, so let’s speak back to them in the only language they understand.

The Mormons, the Catholics and other assorted “Christo”fascist wingnuts declared an unprovoked war upon a historically oppressed group of people who only want life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

There are fucking consequences to that, and thus far the blowback that the “Christo”fascists have experienced is nothing compared to the damage that they have caused gay men and lesbians and other heterosexually “incorrect” individuals.

Jesus taught that we reap as we sow. Let the “Christo”fascists reap their shit — and pray that the pain and suffering they have inflicted upon others isn’t fully visited upon them.

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6 responses to “Vandalism of Mormon temples: Oh, boo fucking hoo!

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  2. robertdcrook

    I approved your comment only because the world needs to know that insanely hypocritical people like you exist.

    First off, you’re a member of a fucking CULT. That says volumes about you (brainwashed…) and your credibility.

    Moreoever, your cult gave more than $20 million to a hateful political campaign to deny another historically oppressed group its constitutional, human and civil rights — and when we gay men and lesbians protest YOUR group’s hatred, you fucking Mormons call US the haters.

    Historical fact is, the Nazis were Anglos who hated and gay men and lesbians. Gee, so are the Mormons. We had to put the Nazis in checks. We have to put the Mormons in check, too; you Mormons think you’re going to take over the nation like Hitler thought he was going to take over the world.

    Like Hitler was, you Mormons are wrong, wrong, wrong, and like we did Hitler, WE WILL DEFEAT YOU.

    Your blog is a good resource for us gay men and lesbians to see, with glee, how you Mormons are reaping what you have sown. Thank you for your work and God bless!

  3. Don’t get your pink panties all bunched up there Mr. Homosexual Man. Democracy prevailed, get over it.

  4. robertdcrook

    Again, you Mormon assbite (gee, that’s redundant), I allow your comment on my blog only so people can see what hypocritical fascists you Mormon cult motherfuckers are.

    You act all high and mighty — I’m SURE that you’re “saved” only and simply because you belong to the Mormon cult — and then you leave a comment like that. And of course you didn’t make any actual argument, but resorted only to name-calling — because you don’t have an argument, but only ignorance, fear and hatred. Wingnuts always resort to juvenile personal attacks when they can’t win an argument (which is always).

    Fact is, Mormon cult members are a minority and have gotten way too big for their britches and the funny underwear that they wear.

    Mormons should have kept their shit on the down low instead of making it public. Now they are in the public spotlight, which can never be good for them.

    The Mormon cult fuckers wanted a war; they now have it.

    As far as democracy goes, Mormons are a tiny, tiny portion of the population but they waaaaay disproportionately funded the fascist pro-Prop effort. That wasn’t democracy talking — that was $$$ talking. The election was BOUGHT.

    And also as far as democracy goes, the voters of California approved the unconstitutional, hateful, bigoted anti-immigrant Prop 187 — which a federal court struck down as unconstitutional. Prop 187 is DEAD.

    The voters are dumbshits who are easily swayed by hypocritical fascists like the Mormons (who don’t want marriage defined for themselves but will gladly force their definition of marriage down others’ throats) pouring millions of dollars into false and misleading advertising. The voters often get it wrong — and when they do, a court shoots them down.

    And hopefully the Mormon cult will be prosecuted for its illegal political activity.

    Tax this cult!

  5. Ok, lets get a grip here buddy. If you really want to make your point known, lets focus on your skills as a writer. You need to understand that the term “fascist” is indicative of those who practice, get this, fascism. Any of those groups you mentioned are Theocratic or Autocratic at best. And reusing terms like “Christo” Fascists over and over again just makes you sound ill-informed and hurt your overall message. Also, if you wanted to correctly use that term, it would be “Christo-fascists”.

    Now trust me, I am all for the cause of equality and such. I make it a point to think rationally and see the other side’s point of view. I have always been for equal rights, but the Mormons did not do anything illegal or wrong. They simply exercised their right to be a part of the democratic (well republic) process. I don’t agree with their point of view but they did something that the LGBT community didn’t do. They worked inside the system. They did what is called “petitioning for a redress of grievances”. They didn’t stand outside chant reductionist-rhyming slogans at a civic buildings. I’m sure that if the homosexual elite wanted to, they could in fact work within the system to get things that they wanted done.

    Now I know you are probably going to respond with some sort of short quip and cut me down at the knees and call me a hate filled bigot. Or worse yet, you might not allow my comment to be posted (sad face). But please, for the sake of saving face of your own campaign, be civilized. Better yet, just be informed. Stop propagating unoriginal nonsense and make a real difference.

  6. robertdcrook

    Um, are YOU gay? By your derisive use of the term “the homosexual elite” — whoever they are — I’m guessing not. If you are not gay, then it probably doesn’t bother you so much that some other group’s rights have been taken away from them. Yes, the California Supreme Court, which is dominated by Repugnican justices, ruled in May that the California Constitution mandates that same-sex couples be allowed to marry.

    The Mormons and the Catholics then pumped millions of dollars into the hateful Proposition 8 campaign because they wanted discrimination against same-sex couples written into the state Constitution.

    If this ballot-proposition campaign had been about stripping blacks or women of their rights, there would have been an outcry. There wouldn’t be any of this, “Well, the voters have spoken!” bullshit. Because human rights are UNALIENABLE, even by a majority of voters who are dumbfuck haters.

    The reason that it’s not put on ballots to strip other groups of their rights, but that it’s still considered perfectly OK to put measures on ballots to strip gay men and lesbians of equal rights is that it’s still wide open fucking season on gay men and lesbians to the point that no one thinks anything of allowing the voters to vote away our rights.

    What I am saying, I think, is this: If you aren’t gay, shut the fuck up, because it’s not YOUR rights they’re trying to take away.

    As far as my use of “‘Christo’fascist” goes, it’s my response to the “Christo”fascists’ frequent use of the term “Islamofascist” to describe those Muslims, such as the members of the Taliban, who wish to dictate to everyone else how they may and may not live, based upon their religious dogma. The “Christo”fascists decry theocracy when the Muslims try to practice it, but they’re fine with theocracy if they are the ones forcing their theocracy down others’ throats.

    I write “‘Christo’fascists” with the quotation marks because clearly these fuckwads aren’t following the teachings of Jesus Christ as clearly contained in black and white in the New Testament. They can’t be called Christians, since the definition is of a Christian is someone who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ, so thus the quotation marks.

    I don’t need writing lessons from someone who writes “lets” and capitalizes “autocratic” and “theocratic.”

    And I’m not changing my blogging style, which includes coining new words if I so choose and using them over and over and over again (I love repetition), so if you don’t like it, leave it. And you just assume that I’m seeking some huge audience, and therefore I’d better be so fucking careful so as not to — gasp! — offend anyone. I don’t care how big my readership is and obviously I’m not worried about offending anyone or trying to appeal to idiots like you who try to make it sound like you are just in the reasonable middle when, in fact, you are hateful yourself. You used the term “the homosexual elite” — anyone who uses the term “homosexual” is probably homophobic, because we gay men and lesbians don’t use the term “homosexual,” but use the terms “gay” and “lesbian” — and you wrote that the Mormons didn’t do anything illegal or wrong. Oh, really? A complaint has been filed against the Mormon cult with the state’s Fair Political Practices Commission alleging that the Mormon cult did indeed break separation-of-church-and-state laws in its pushing of Prop 8. So we’ll see the results on that. As far as to whether or not the Mormon cult did anything wrong: Maybe after they’ve succeeded in stripping us gay men and lesbians of our rights, they’ll come after YOU for not being a Mormon (presuming, of course, that you are not…). Then your sense of right and wrong will change, I’m sure.

    You act like you care, but you don’t. You don’t care because it doesn’t affect you directly. “Equality and such.” Even that phrase is revealing that you just want to sound like you care because that’s the politically correct thing to do.

    Pray tell how, exactly, the Mormons were “petitioning for a redress of grievances.” How were they being harmed or wronged? How were their rights being infringed upon? Because same-sex marriage is offensive to them they were harmed or wronged? So if the Mormons and the Catholics feel that interracial marriage is offensive to their theocratic beliefs and manage to get 52 percent of Californian voters to vote against interracial marriage, that’s just democracy at work? (The U.S. Supreme Court didn’t finally shoot down laws against interracial marriage until 1967, by the way.)

    Anyway, dumbfuck — and I’m not going to not call you a dumbfuck just because you saw it coming (nice try) — again, you want to sound liberal and rational and progressive, but your very language — “equality and such,” “the homosexual elite” — reveal your true values and beliefs, and you don’t give a shit about right and wrong; to you, apparently, it’s about which group can raise the most money to get the most number of votes, about which group’s “elite” can outmaneuver the opposition group’s “elite.” No, what is at stake here is far larger than political maneuvering, douchebag.

    Thankfully, the California Supreme Court has agreed to listen to legal challenges against Proposition 8 that the proposition is unconstitutional. Because the state Supreme Court already ruled that same-sex marriage cannot constitutionally be made illegal in California, I think that Prop 8’s fate in the state Supreme Court is fairly predictable.

    Yes, there is the democratic process, and yes, usually the majority rules, but it is a long-standing notion within the United States of America that the minorities must be protected from the tyranny of the majority.

    As I have written, sometimes the voters get it wrong. And when they do, especially in regards to human rights, the courts must then set things right.

    California voters in 1994 passed the anti-immigrant Proposition 187, which a federal court then struck down as unconstitutional. (Google it.)

    So there is precedent for this.

    Funny that you tell me to “stop propagating unoriginal nonsense and make a real difference” when your “arguments” are of the caliber of what’s heard around the water cooler spoken by comfortable white men who call themselves “liberals” (they’re just guilty white “liberals”) and who scream for “moderation,” which is pretty easy to do for someone whose rights and comfort aren’t threatened.

    At least I take a stand, and at least I stand for what’s right.

    I have no interest in trying to convince those who don’t know right from wrong. They’re lost causes.

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