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A little closer to home – it’s getting personal now…

7 August, 2010

Well this is for all those who either enjoy pride (openly homosexual, that is) or vehiminently against it (I’m again’ it if ya’ can’t tell already…this ‘homosexual agenda’ is for depopulation and population control (but it got a few cities destroyed in the Bible):

First we had this happen:

Schwarzenegger to speak at Bohemian Club conclave


Published: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 6:19 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 6:19 p.m.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is scheduled to address a throng of rich and powerful men on Friday under the towering redwoods at the Bohemian Grove as the annual encampment along the Russian River in Monte Rio enters its final weekend.

No one other than Bohemian Club members and their guests will hear the governor’s speech, which is — like everything that transpires during the 17-day midsummer enclave — done in absolute privacy.

Plutocrats and powerbrokers, including former presidents, annually flock to the 2,700-acre wooded retreat where neither women, other than grove employees, nor outsiders of either gender are permitted.

“It’s a private gentleman’s club,” club spokesman Sam Singer said. “People are coming to get away from the duties of daily life. They don’t desire to be on the front page of The Press Democrat or The New York Times.

“In real life, they get there often enough,” he said.

The club has about 2,000 members.

You should check out what this place is (The Bohemian Grove) and what it’s really about y’all…’borderline’ gay stuff happens here I’m sure…so then we have this a day or two later:

Landmark: Judge overturns Calif. ‘gay marriage’ ban

Posted on Aug 4, 2010 | by Michael Foust

SAN FRANCISCO (BP)–A federal judge Wednesday handed down a landmark decision that could impact religious freedom and lead to the reversal of traditional marriage laws in every state, striking down California’s voter-approved constitutional amendment that banned “gay marriage” and ruling it violates the U.S. Constitution’s equal protection and due process clauses.

It is the first time a federal judge has found a constitutional right to “gay marriage” and it is certain to be appealed to the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, typically viewed as one of the nation’s most liberal courts. From there, the Supreme Court would be the next stop.

If the nation’s highest court upholds the decision it likely would result in the reversal of constitutional amendments and statutes in 45 states defining marriage as between one man and one woman. Only five states and the District of Columbia currently recognize “marriage” between homosexuals.

Already, some are warning the decision, if upheld, could become the Roe v. Wade of “gay marriage.”

and this:

Chief Judge of Federal District Court in San Francisco Vaughn R. Walker Overturns Proposition 8

Contact: Karen England, Capitol Resource Institute, 916-212-5607

MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 4 /Christian Newswire/ — Proposition 8, the 2008 California Constitutional amendment defining and recognizing marriage between a man and a woman, suffered a severe blow. Judge Walker ruled against the voters who approved Proposition 8 by 52 percent of the vote.

After California’s Supreme Court overturned proposition 22, the statute approved by voters defining marriage, the voters took to the polls in reaction to the court’s judicial activism.

And this:

Newt Gingrich: Gay Marriage Ruling ‘Outrageous’

In a statement released on his website late Wednesday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich blasted a federal judge’s decision overturning California’s Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage…

Of course, following a path that is not natural,’ naturally’ gay couples can’t procreate so we have to have this indoctrination policy for these homosexual ‘families’:

Mexico City’s same-sex marriages upheld
Supreme Court will consider gay adoptions next

Aug. 5, 2010, 7:49PM
Eduardo Verdugo Associated Press

MEXICO CITY — The Mexican Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a constitutional challenge to legalize same-sex marriage in Mexico City, setting the stage for more sweeping rulings next week.

The court ruled in an 8-2 vote that the Mexican capital’s legalization of gay marriage in December does not violate the national constitution. On Monday, it is expected to take up the constitutionality of adoption by gay couples and whether same-sex marriages would have federal protection nationwide.

“We have nothing to celebrate until the court finalizes the issue of adoptions,” said Enoe Uranga, an openly gay federal legislator who was key in getting the Mexico City law passed. “It’s not finished as long as they don’t declare that gay couples have all the rights of anyone else.”

Armando Martinez, president of the Association of Catholic Lawyers, which supported the challenge to Mexico City’s law brought by Mexico’s attorney general’s office, said preventing gay adoption was the most important issue.

“The judges unfortunately refused to listen to the citizens’ will,” he said…

So now that they have encouraged a ‘promiscuous’ lifestyle (embattled with diseases) without the hope of helping the human race survive, we must do this:

Schools urged to install free condom machines

By Amy Simmons

Updated Fri Aug 6, 2010 12:23pm AEST

Ms Cockburn (don’t get me started on her name…heh) says the free condom vending machines would not encourage early sex…

(sarcasm alert) yeah sure… makin’ ’em look like candy won’t encourage it either…

Free condom machines would be planted in high schools across the nation as part of a plan to tackle sexually-transmitted diseases and reduce the abortion rate.

Family Planning Victoria (FPV) is calling on the Federal Government to fund contraception in Australia as a way of encouraging safe sex and preventing unplanned pregnancies.

FPV chair Sally Cockburn says having free condoms in high schools would be the perfect start.

“For year 11 and 12 I think that having a free condom vending machine in their common room is a reasonable thing,” she said.


Yup, in order for this to be okay and kosher with the ‘next generation’ of mechanic chicks and sissy boys, start teaching sexual promiscuity from a young age in families, schools, TV and the internet, of course)… aren’t kids being abused enough this way already? Damn this ‘public school’ mentality – contributing to the problem not the solution!!!

Well suppose you don’t want your children subjected to this…:

Sen. DeMint: Ratifying U.N. Children’s Rights Treaty Would Turn Parental Rights ‘Over to International Community’

Friday, August 06, 2010
By Christopher A. Guzman

Washington ( – Sen. Jim DeMint (R- S.C.) said that if President Barack Obama gets his way and the Senate ratifies the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the precedent would be set to place parental rights under the jurisdiction of the international community.

“We believe we need to take clear action here in Congress to protect the rights of parents to raise their children,” DeMint said at a Wednesday panel discussion. “This treaty would, in fact, establish a precedent that those rights have been given over to the international community.”

DeMint is lead sponsor of S. Res. 519, a resolution to protect parental rights, which is co-sponsored by 30 senators total. Only four more senators need to sign on to inform President Obama that he does not have enough votes in the Senate to ratify the treaty, DeMint said.

DeMint has also introduced a joint resolution, proposing a constitutional amendment to protect parental rights.

Under Article 2, Section 2 of the U. S. Constitution, treaties must be approved by a two-thirds majority of the Senate for them to take effect.

The U.N. adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child on Nov. 20, 1989. By Sept. 2, 1990, 20 nations signed on to enforce the treaty. Currently, with the exception of the United States and Somalia, 193 nations have signed on to enforce it.

Sorry about this, but WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?????!!!!


4 Comments leave one →
  1. 15 August, 2010 01:54

    I bet you wish george bush was still president now


    • 15 August, 2010 13:10

      The fastest answer that comes to mind is yup you’re right, but upon closer inspection, I think America was sold out in 1776…it’s just been a little bit more ‘hidden’ up till recently.
      I want Jehovah to be president 🙂 – maybe in 2017/2018???!!!


  2. 9 August, 2010 14:00

    Thank you very much for sharing this. I have subscribed to your RSS feed. Please keep up the good work.


    • 10 August, 2010 08:07

      Praise God and thanks. It takes many people all working together and with God to make this happen…Glad you were blessed!


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