Friday, January 14, 2011

MassResistance Tries to Defend Scott Lively

Unbelievable is the only way to describe MassResistance's defense of anti-gay Scott Lively's interview with the Boston Globe:

How the media poisons a "feature article" on a pro-family conservative

The heavy bias and unprofessionalism in the way the Boston Globe and other mainstream media often cover a pro-family conservative versus a liberal is quite profound, bordering on propaganda. They clearly want the casual reader to dislike (and be fearful of) the pro-family conservative, and like and trust the liberal. many times in the post did Brian Camenker, AKA MassResistance use the terms "pro-family"? NINE times, yep, it had to repeat it NINE times so you know that Scott Lively and MassResistance are PRO-FAMILY.

But there's more:

What they didn't let Scott Lively tell you

The article would have certainly been more interesting if Scott Lively had been able to refute the charges and accusations against him. But it would not have served the Globe's purpose. For example:

* Various "gay groups," the extremist Southern Poverty Law Center, and others are given the status of experts in the article in their attacks on Lively, but he isn't given the chance to answer their accusations or discuss their credentials.

* Lively's book The Pink Swastika, now in its fifth edition, is well written and very well-researched. But it is the bane of the homosexual movement because of the truth that it tells. Read more about it here. His other books are equally good. For Pastor Rick Warren to call Lively a "Holocaust denier" is absurd and stupid. Lively (and his
Orthodox Jewish co-author) have documented much of the Holocaust.

* The proposed Ugandan law that has liberals here in America so incensed proposed harsh punishments for those who knowingly expose people to AIDS and adults who seduce children or people with mental disabilities into homosexual sex acts. It's not far out of line with most people's sensibilities. But nevertheless, Lively did not propose the law; he simply told Ugandans his observations of the homosexual agenda.

* Lively's alleged "anti-gay rhetoric" is simply facts and discussion that the homosexual movement does not approve of. (In reality his approach is pro-humanity; he is full of compassion for those who have been drawn into homosexuality.)

Wow, who knew that the Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that was started to fight the Klan was a gay group? Thanks MassResistance for uncovering that one!

Pink Swastika...enough have already been written about this worthless and false piece of trash.

The Ugandan law..."It's not far out of line with most people's sensibilities." says MassResistance, interesting, because the Ugandan law authorizes the death penalty for gay people...very interesting and all the anti-gay rhetoric is "simply facts"...and MassResistance still wonders why it's a nationally recognized hate group!

MassResistance still believes that Scott Lively's opinions are considered mainstream! REALLY? Really?

Strangely, the entire MassResistance post, which has today's date, makes no mention of the convicted pedophile that managing Scott Lively's church.

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