This reminds me a bit of when I took part in a protest at the annual Columbus "Gay Pride Parade"... There were maybe a total of 30 Christians protesting with 30,000 parading "proud" gays, &/or supporters of such. It was a very difficult decision for me to go and protest, but a friend of mine said, "If this parade came to my neighborhood, I would hope someone would come to protest with me"... These people that are in the video are the proverbial "squeaky wheel", which is the problem. Too many of "us" do not protest, and make our wheels squeak! Write letters! Organize! Protest! The lack of action is permission for its continuance.
its a global thing too even in primarily catholic regions like South America, in tis case it was a peaceful protest of abortions by praying the rosary. I found this sort of thing hard to watch but at the same time I am thankful that it emboldens others, including myself to engage in similar protests in our own parts of the world.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp0oMKGFTyk
There is a Chinese saying ... Shame turns into Anger and Anger lashes outwards to divert attention from one's Shame.People seek to change others thoughts about their behavior so they themselves do not have to change. Note that there is no real message in their chants.Suggest your readers visit this site for learning more about:What Causes Homosexual Desire and Can It Be Changed?http://www.familyresearchinst.org/FRI_EduPamphlet1.htmlGod Bless us all & may the Children of the Light leave the darkness they have been drawn into.Penname : Gen.3:15Woman&Seed
Wow,You gota hand it to them (the SSA crowd)for their organized opposition to those who threaten their "well being". I think that every christian/patriot should henceforth never be without a whistle. We can sound the alarm when even a hint of shameful behavior threatens us. In this way the vast majority can ward off these vocal minority types by drawing so much attention to them and shaming them into conforming to our standards. Patrick what do you think? Lets blow the whistle on immorality in our culture and place the shame where it needs to go, on the culture of death. I'm investing in a dozen whistles tomorrow.