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Saturday, November 15, 2008

The "Homosexual Agenda" is out of the closet in the Anti-Christian "Fight the H8" Movement

In 2000 61% of the California population voted in favor of Proposition 8, which declares that "marriage" is between 1 Man and 1 Woman. The California Supreme Court overturned the decision of the people. In the November 2008 elections, the California population voted again in favor of Proposition 8. Since then, many homosexual groups have been protesting the will of the people.

It is evident that the protests have nothing to do with "marriage" but the furthering of the Homosexual Agenda, outlined in the 1987 "Gay Revolutionary" paper by Michael Swift. Included in this manifesto on "how the oppressed dream of being the oppressor" includes "All churches who condemn us will be closed."

Bash Back! - Point of Unity, #1. Fight for liberation. Nothing more, nothing less. State recognition in the form of oppressive institutions such as marriage and militarism are not steps toward liberation but rather towards heteronormative assimilation.

Sparks fly as 'gay' activist mob swarms Christians - Residents of homosexual district: 'We're going to kill you. We know who you are'

Local LDS Churches on Alert with Heightened Security

Homosexual madness: Attacking Catholics and Mormons

Cross-Bearing Woman Says She Was Attacked by Gay Marriage Supporters, May Press Charges

Lesbians, condoms go wild in attack on Christian church - Making out at pulpit, shouting blasphemies in front of children

AntiGayblacklist - A McCarthyism movement to blacklist those who contributed funds to support Proposition 8. Prop. 8 Anger Spurs Donor Blacklists.

FIGHT the H8

As a result of this recent vote, the homosexual movement is lashing out. Supporters are being blacklisted, businesses are being boycotted, churches are being vandalized and citizens are being attacked. The homosexual position of promoting "love and equiality" has been organized into a coordinate protest on Saturday, November 15, 2008, symbolized with a raised fist.

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