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May 3, 2012

LGBTIQXYZ Activists Disrupt Methodist General Conference

Moral infants, Che wannabes, and 60s leftovers join together to bang spoons on their high chairs at the United Methodist General Conference while the delegates…leave:

I’m sure this made them feel soooooo much more righteous than the pitiful peons ignoring their little temper tantrum.

(Via IRD.)

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Wow—what a bunch of narcissistic exhibitionists.  Perfect—perfect—demonstration of who they are.

Look at what a church has to put up with—a bunch of political activists demonstrating like Code Pink, working to evacuate that church of the Gospel and replace it with their special unique little ideology.

So glad they got video of this display—it needs to be spread far far far and wide.

[1] Posted by Sarah on 5-3-2012 at 03:34 PM · [top]

Ein volk, ein reich, ein fabulous!!!

[2] Posted by Jeffersonian on 5-3-2012 at 03:42 PM · [top]


[3] Posted by B. Hunter on 5-3-2012 at 03:42 PM · [top]

Awwww.  Look at the widdle Libchurchers have a temper tantrum!  How cute!

[4] Posted by Newbie Anglican on 5-3-2012 at 04:46 PM · [top]

Nein, Jeffersonian es ist “Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Obama.”

[5] Posted by Daniel on 5-3-2012 at 06:33 PM · [top]

Good graphic of how militant non-Christians continue to try to infiltrate and overthrow God’s Church.

[6] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 5-3-2012 at 09:01 PM · [top]

Are those Methodists, or just random protesters who showed up?

Yours in Christ,

[7] Posted by Jacobsladder on 5-4-2012 at 04:32 PM · [top]

Probably a combination of both.  A lot of leftist groups endorse the “Rent-A-Mob” mutual support policy, in which they agree to protest at each other’s causes.  Makes them look like they have more support than they actually do.  Here, for example, the atheists and homosexuals are pretty much tied at the hip in terms of protests, testimony, etc., because they have a unified target, which is to go after God-honoring churches.

Don’t know about this one, but a lot of these protests are also “choreographed,” they have professional protest organizers to set them up and plan exactly how they will be carried out, how they will try to goad opponents into a response, how they will be videotaped and the videotape spread on the internet, how people will start crying on cue and look distressed, etc.

A few years ago a client of ours was the target of radical environmentalists and we got the professional protest crowd, including actors and a full-on camera crew with professional filming equipment, boom mikes, protestors flown in from another part of the country, etc.  Near the beginning of the protest, a couple of the group leaders came up to us and began demanding access to our client’s property, and began taunting and threatening us, holding up bats and pickaxes.  A plainclothes policeman who was standing next to me leaned over and said quietly, “be careful, they’re wired,” and pointed.  Sure enough, you could see the small tv camera poking out from under a backpack.  They were trying to get us to lose our cool and then we would have ended up in their next fundraising video showing how evil we were to the nice little protectors of the environment.

[8] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 5-4-2012 at 05:14 PM · [top]

Looked at the tape, if you look carefully you can see the “choreographers” directing what to do, bringing in the guys taking pictures, etc.  I wonder whether the ones in the front near the camera will become the wailing and moaning crowd.

[9] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 5-4-2012 at 05:28 PM · [top]

In my early youth, I was taught that anytime you walked into any place where a prayer was being said, you stopped, removed your hat if wearing one and respectfully bowed your head until the prayer was finished. You did this out of respect for God.

It is clear that these people have no respect for God or respect for conference participants. As usual for the narcissistic GLBT movement, these people respect no one but their own hateful, self-serving anti-Christian agenda. This is not about church or God or Christianity but rather about politics and Satanism. I suspect, thankfully, that this demonstration may have caused some sitting on the fence to vote against them when the time came.

[10] Posted by Grateful on 5-5-2012 at 04:52 PM · [top]

I couldn’t understand what they were yelling.  But I did hear the phrase “people of color” towards the beginning.  I guess they were trying to imply that homosexuals are a similarly oppressed group.  However what I saw was four or five “people of color”  among those getting up to leave when this demonstration started. 

I really dislike this sort of yelling at demonstrations.  Even at the Right to Life March when a few people try to start this sort of thing, I really dislike it. 

This behavior is aggressive, uncivil,  and although it may seem merely toddler-like as the story heading implies,  it can turn dangerous.

Susan Peterson

[11] Posted by eulogos on 5-9-2012 at 10:02 PM · [top]

I know that Scripture calls us to a child-like faith.  I’ve failed to read though, of being called to child-like behavior.

[12] Posted by aterry on 5-11-2012 at 09:56 AM · [top]

Child-like ≠ child-ish. 

Child-ish is alive and well.

[13] Posted by maineiac on 5-12-2012 at 09:33 PM · [top]

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