Recent news events (once again) clearly reveal the homosexual agenda.  Their agenda?  Their agenda is, to make homosexuality acceptable as an alternate lifestyle. But, is it?  The Bible, the very Word of Father Yahweh calls this an abomination.  Let's review what has already been written and published concerning this evil behavior right here on Truth On The Net Dot Com.

 

 You shall not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination. And you shall not lie with any beast to defile yourself with it; neither shall any woman stand before a beast, to lie down to it: it is confusion.

Leviticus 18:22-23



And if a man lie with mankind, as with womankind, both of them have committed abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them. Leviticus 20:1

 

In part two; The Bible on Homosexuality, an agenda was put forth to destroy America from within.  The Communist Party desires to control America.  But, in order to achieve this lofty goal, America must be broken from within.  Most normal thinking Americans would not accept Communism as their first choice of government.  The radical left-wingers, the Democratic Party, and other abnormal thinkers,  desire to change this wonderful free country into a communist/socialist society.  Somewhere along the lines of Marx and Lenin.  Observe the following in retrospect from part two.

 

Current Communist Goals
EXTENSION OF REMARKS OF HON. A. S. HERLONG, JR. OF FLORIDA
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Thursday, January 10, 1963

Mr. HERLONG. Mr. Speaker, Mrs. Patricia Nordman of De Land, Fla., is an ardent and articulate opponent of communism, and until recently published the De Land Courier, which she dedicated to the purpose of alerting the public to the dangers of communism in America.

At Mrs. Nordman's request, I include in the RECORD, under unanimous consent, the following "Current Communist Goals," which she identifies as an excerpt from "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen:
[From "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen]


 

Please notice points 25 to 28.
25. Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV.
26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as "normal, natural, healthy."
27. Infiltrate the ch--ches and replace revealed religion with "social" religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity which does not need a "religious crutch."
28. Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the ground that it violates the principle of "separation of church and state."
 

 

In recent weeks this became even more apparent, as the pressure was placed upon religious organizations in Illinois to stop "discriminating against homosexuals."  The Governor, Rod Blagojevich signed into law a bill banning the so-called discrimination against homosexuals. The following is a full report.





Saturday, January 22, 2005


LAW OF THE LAND
Ch--ches barred from 'gay' discrimination
New measure requires religious groups to hire homosexuals


Posted: January 22, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern


2005 WorldNetDaily.com


Illinois ch--ches are protesting a new state law that bars them from "discriminating" against homosexuals, contending it robs Ch--stians of their First Amendment freedoms.

Gov. Rod Blagojevich signed the bill into law yesterday amid a demonstration led by the Illinois Family Institute, or IFI, a non-profit group affiliated with Focus on the Family, Family Research Council and Alliance Defense Fund.


The measure adds "sexual orientation" to the state law that bars discrimination based on race, religion and similar traits in areas such as jobs and housing.

The bill was signed to loud cheers and a standing ovation from about 150 homosexual-rights supporters who see it as a human-rights issue.

"This legislation sends a clear message that we will not allow our citizens to be discriminated against," Blagojevich said in a statement.

"What we're doing today is older than scripture: Love thy neighbor," the governor told the audience yesterday, according to the Associated Press. "It's what J--us said when he gave his Sermon on the Mount: 'Do unto others what you would have others do unto you."'

Illinois is the 15th state to prohibit discrimination based on "sexual orientation."

But IFI Executive Director Peter LaBarbera notes the bill's sponsor, state Sen. Carol Ronen, D-Chicago, is on record stating it should be applied to ch--ches, meaning they would not be allowed, for example, to reject a job applicant who practices homosexual behavior.

Ronen said: "If that is their goal, to discriminate against gay people, this law wouldn't allow them to do that. But I don't believe that's what the Catholic Ch--ch wants or stands for."

LaBarbera argues politicians who don't view homosexuality as a sin have no right to take away the freedom of ch--ches and people of faith to disagree.

"Since when do politicians get to interpret sacred religious teachings for the rest of us?" he said.


The law applies to organizations or businesses with more than 15 employees.

LaBarbera points out the Illinois law firm Ungaretti & Harris, which specializes in labor and employment issues, published an analysis of the measure, which says, "While many such municipal prohibitions on sexual orientation discrimination expressly exempt religious organizations from their coverage, the new amendment to Illinois' Human Rights Act does not."

The analysis says, "The question inevitably presented by this omission is whether the Bill will be applied to compel religious organizations to set aside convictions about homosexuality when making employment decisions. ... The measure may ultimately force courts to consider and balance its ban on sexual orientation discrimination with State and Federal constitutional safeguards of religious freedom."

LaBarbera says that with enactment of this law, government is coming down on one side of a heated moral controversy by forcing the acceptance of homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality.

"It's about saying that 'gay rights' are more important than religious freedoms, and we hope ultimately it will be struck down in court," he said.

The bill was passed on the last day of a lame-duck legislative session after a campaign by the state's leading homosexual lobby, Equality Illinois.

Commented LaBarbera: "There is no societal consensus for homosexuality, bisexuality or transsexuality as the basis for civil rights -- and certainly none for the idea that the 'rights' of homosexual should trump those of ch--ches and people of faith to live our their rational belief that homosexuality is unnatural, wrong and harmful to those who practice it."



But, what is the real truth?  Who, or more appropriately what, is behind the forced acceptance of this perverted lifestyle?  Well!  Truth On The Net Dot Com always looks closer, and digs deeper for the truth.  Behold, a follow-up story appears, revealing the real push behind this atrocious act.  Observe!

 





Wednesday, January 26, 2005



LAW OF THE LAND


ACLU behind Illinois' forced hiring of 'gays'


Annual report of state chapter shows it was top legislative priority for 2005


Posted: January 26, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern


2005 WorldNetDaily.com

A controversial amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act, extending anti-discrimination protection on the basis of sexual orientation, was pushed vigorously in the legislature by the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

The law, signed by Gov. Rod Blagojevich last week, allows no exemptions for people or institutions with religious convictions against sodomy, cross-dressing, adultery, sex changes, pornography, incest, group sex or even bestiality.

Some are suggesting the amendment is setting up a clash with the First Amendment protections of religious freedom.

The legislation, which had been stalled in the General Assembly for many years, was the focus of a major push by the ACLU of Illinois in 2004, according to the organization's annual report (pdf file)
.. It says John Knight, director of the group's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered Rights Project and ACLU legislative director Mary Dixon worked hard promoting the idea to the public and the bill to the legislators.

Knight assumed the position with the group in 2004 and also serves as the national ACLU's Midwest regional attorney for the Lesbian and Gay Rights and AIDS Projects.

The bill passed the General Assembly with bipartisan support. Of the 98 Democrat legislators, only 19 opposed it. In addition, 12 Republicans voted in favor of the measure.

The ACLU report suggests that same-sex marriage is also high on the organization's agenda.

"Confronting some of the unwarranted and mean-spirited arguments with reason, facts and stories about the real harm done to couples has been an important aspect of our work on behalf of the gay and lesbian community this year," it says. "John Knight is an integral part of this effort, planning a series of town hall meetings across the state of Illinois designed to 'bring home' the problems faced by lesbian and gay male couples and their families when these couples are denied the legal benefits extended to heterosexual couples, including legal rights to pensions, health insurance, hospital visitations and inheritance."

The annual report from the ACLU of Illinois included a photograph of one of the group's board members, David Goroff, in a "family portrait" with his male partner, Jay Behel, and their son.

The passage of the legislation has set off a firestorm of protest, particularly among the state's ch--ch leaders.

The Illinois Family Institute, or IFI, a non-profit group affiliated with Focus on the Family, Family Research Council and Alliance Defense Fund, protested the governor's signing of the law.

The measure adds "sexual orientation" to the state law that bars discrimination based on race, religion and similar traits in areas such as jobs and housing.

"This legislation sends a clear message that we will not allow our citizens to be discriminated against," Blagojevich said in a statement. "What we're doing today is older than scripture: Love thy neighbor," the governor told the audience yesterday, according to the Associated Press. "It's what J-s-s said when he gave his Sermon on the Mount: 'Do unto others what you would have others do unto you."'

Illinois is the 15th state to prohibit discrimination based on "sexual orientation."

But IFI Executive Director Peter LaBarbera notes the bill's sponsor, state Sen. Carol Ronen, D-Chicago, is on record stating it should be applied to ch--ches, meaning they would not be allowed, for example, to reject a job applicant who practices homosexual behavior.

Ronen said: "If that is their goal, to discriminate against gay people, this law wouldn't allow them to do that. But I don't believe that's what the Catholic Ch--ch wants or stands for."

LaBarbera argues politicians who don't view homosexuality as a sin have no right to take away the freedom of ch--ches and people of faith to disagree.

The law applies to organizations or businesses with more than 15 employees.

LaBarbera points out the Illinois law firm Ungaretti & Harris, which specializes in labor and employment issues, published an analysis of the measure, which says: "While many such municipal prohibitions on sexual orientation discrimination expressly exempt religious organizations from their coverage, the new amendment to Illinois' Human Rights Act does not."

The analysis adds: "The question inevitably presented by this omission is whether the Bill will be applied to compel religious organizations to set aside convictions about homosexuality when making employment decisions. ... The measure may ultimately force courts to consider and balance its ban on sexual orientation discrimination with State and Federal constitutional safeguards of religious freedom."

LaBarbera says that with enactment of this law, government is coming down on one side of a heated moral controversy by forcing the acceptance of homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality.

"It's about saying that 'gay rights' are more important than religious freedoms, and we hope ultimately it will be struck down in court," he said.

The bill was passed on the last day of a lame-duck legislative session after a campaign by the state's leading homosexual lobby, Equality Illinois.


 

Well! Well!  So the ACLU is the major vehicle behind this evil agenda!  It seems the ACLU should be seriously challenged on this agenda.  If this behavior is not constrained, it will pass along into other states with the same results.  I see this as a blatant attack on the morals of Bible believers everywhere.  Already, as the above articles state, 15 states have legislation that prohibits discrimination against sexual orientations.  The ACLU and others sees this as 15 down and 35 more to go.  How much longer will this take?  Only time will tell!

 

Once again I have received excellent research material concerning the history and background of homosexuality. 

 

And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh. Ecclesiastes 12:12

 

The key to research, is proper selection.  Many, many books are available on the subject of homosexuality.  However, only a few detail the facts.  I have tried to be very selective in this regard.  The homosexual agenda can have (and did have in the past) devastating results.  This evil practice brings judgment from on high as I have shown in the series The Bible on Homosexuality.  So I now begin a series dealing with this aberrant behavior in ages past. 

 





Yours in Messiah Yahshua,  Hawke



 

 


 

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