Friday, January 14, 2011

MassResistance is Boycotting the Mainstream Media

Hahahahahahahahah, OK, I really have to get off the floor since I am laughing so hard:
What the Boston Globe (and Springfield Republican) did to Scott Lively is in our opinion only the beginning. They are clearly out to demonize and attack us, and twist our words into propaganda against us. They may have a broad First Amendment right to do these things, but we don't have to help them. Thus, MassResistance is calling on the entire pro-family and conservative movement not to grant any interviews whatsoever with them or talk to their reporters.

So how will people ever hear of them since they won't be interviewed?
This should not preclude individuals from communicating with them -- and sounding off to them. We still encourage people to write letters to the editor to the Globe, and even submit op-ed articles. You should especially feel free to contact individual reporters with feedback on their reporting.

HUH? no interviews but don't stop yourself from talking to them...? What are these people smoking?

No worries Brian. The Boston Globe stopped quoting you after MassResistance was named a Hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, remember? Even the Mass Family Institute doesn't want to be associated with you. And the last time I looked, even the Republicans in Massachusetts were cancelling their rallies if you were speaking so no worries.

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.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Minister at Scott Lively's "Church" is a Convicted Sex Offender

You can't make this stuff up, hat tip to Joe.My.God:

A local man who served as manager of the Holy Grounds Coffee Shop on State Street -- a cafe operated by anti-gay pastor Scott Lively that serves free coffee and offers conversation to teenage visitors -- is a sex offender from New York who was imprisoned for the sexual abuse of a 10-year-old girl in 1995, according to police.

Police detectives on Thursday arrested Michael Frediani, 38, of 453 State St., for failing to register as a Level 2 sex offender in Springfield. He was living in an apartment above the coffee house.

He was being held at the Springfield police lock-up, said Sgt. John M. Delaney, a spokesman to Police Commissioner William J. Fitchet.

In New York, Frediani is listed as a Level 3 sex offender, defined as most likely to repeat an offense.

According to Joe.My.God, Scott Lively was offering students free coffee and hot chocolate if the kids wore Lively's Jesus pins.

Now I wonder if MassResistance will report on their friend since a convicted SEX offender who was a "volunteer" manager of a coffee shop that catered to kids? On a side note, Lively supposedly have agreed to not let students into the coffee shop during school hours, isn't that nice of him?

The money quote from Scott Lively's manager:

“I talk to all the kids,” Frediani said. “We have a place that is safe.”

“The presence of God is here right now,” Frediani said Friday. “I invite God to touch
them and he does.”

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Boston Herald Sportswriter Comes Out

Boy, is MassResistance going to have a conniption over this, Steve Buckley, a writer for the Boston Herald, has come out, a sportswriter! Who's next?

Over the past couple of months I have discussed the coming-out process with my family and a few friends, and have had sit-downs with Herald editor-in-chief Joe Sciacca and sports editor Hank Hryniewicz, as well as with WEEI’s Glenn Ordway. They’ve been great, as have my friends and family.

But during this same period, I have read sobering stories about people who came undone, killing themselves after being outed. These tragic events helped guide me to the belief that if more people are able to be honest about who they are, ultimately fewer people will feel such devastating pressure.

It’s my hope that from now on I’ll be more involved. I’m not really sure what I mean by being “involved,” but this is a start: I’m gay.

Congratulations Steve! The more people keep coming out the harder it is for the anti-gay groups to demonize us since we are EVERYWHERE. H/T to Joe.My.God

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Anti-Gay Scott Lively Tries to Reinvent Himself

Apparently, the anti-gay people in Massachusetts think we're all stupid.

Scott Lively, the guy who wrote the "Pink Swastika", was MassResistance's choice for Governor in last year's election and who spoke in Uganda in favor of the legislation that now advocates death for gay people said he's changed even though he's still preaching against homosexuality and says gay people are the reason American is in moral decline. From the Boston Globe:

He gained international attention after he was accused of stoking violence against gays in Uganda. One of his books, “Pink Swastika,’’ argues that Hitler and other Nazi leaders were gay. Another provides seven steps to “recruit-proof’’ your child from gay activists.

But Scott Lively says he is toning down his antigay rhetoric and shifting his focus to helping the downtrodden. And he’s found a home and a receptive audience in this struggling city where many, but not all, have embraced his mission to “re-Christianize Springfield.’’

Toning down his antigay rhetoric? How about trying to hide it.

After working for years as a conservative activist in California, he moved to Springfield, he said, at the invitation of Alexey Ledyaev, a Latvian pastor who offered him a position at his church, New Generation Christian Center. Gay rights groups have accused Ledyaev of fomenting antigay sentiment in the former Soviet Union. But Lively says he was inspired by Ledyaev’s call to “transform cities for Jesus.’’

And was anyone surprised when a HUGE group from Springfield showed up at the Massachusetts Constitutional Conventions made up of Russian immigrants.

The people of Massachusetts need to be aware of this man and his past.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

MassResistance Started the Ball Rolling...

I came upon the following from a website called "The Right Perspective" which recycles MassResistance's post about Scott Brown:

Massachusetts Republican Senator, Scott Brown, took one more step out of the RINO closet last week, when he invited a notorious gay activist, and his “life mate,” to attend the ceremony repealing the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” legislation on gays in the military.

I guess they can't type husband, maybe they don't know how to spell it? And I guess "notorious gay activist" is same as MassResistance's "most vicious anti-family homosexual activist"

then it gets more interesting:

Many signatories of the popular legislation were attacked and harassed at their homes and work; others were threatened with being fired and shunned from local gatherings, reports MassResistance.

Lang has expanded his KnowThyNeighbor campaign to other states where efforts to put similar amendments on the ballot were conducted. He has also led many other violent attacks and instigated intimidation tactics against parents’ rights groups and churches, according to MassResistance.

Contrast that with what MassResistance originally posted:
As a result, many people who signed the marriage petition were harassed at their home and at work. People were threatened with loss of jobs. They were shunned at local gatherings. Some were attacked in newspaper articles. It was an act of intimidation on a huge scale, and was traumatic for all of us. Many people have now refuse[sic] to sign pro-family petitions at all because of this.

MassResistance appears to be making up all this stuff. Who was harassed? Who's jobs were threatened? There is at least one case where a signers of the petition physically attacked a Marriage Equality supporter.

What's this intimidation thing they speak of? MassResistance takes pride in their intimidation of GLBT people including children. For example look here, here, here, here and here.

The other issue is that these anti-bigots recycle the anti-gay stories and expand upon it without any proof. The Right Perceptive website now has people being attacked in their homes and at work because they signed the petition, BS! They also have the Knowthyneighbor founder leading violent attacks.

As no surprise the comments on this post at The Right Perspective are REALLY telling too:

Free Hal Turner says
Hal Turner sits in jail while this FAGGOT gets preferred treatment from a sitting Senator? FUCK the goddamn FAGGOT even looks like Hal.


FireFox says
Scott Brown is really a bi-sexual cocksucker who ran as an “independent”. Truth is, you cannot trust ANY of them in Congress! The whole idea of the bill putting queers, faggots and cocksuckers in the military is to destroy it! It’s that simple!

Monday, January 3, 2011

Fox News Mocks Anti-Gay Groups

In case you missed it, a Fox News show was talking about the upcoming CPAC Conference and how National Organization for Marriage, Family Research Council and the Concerned Women of American are going to boycott it because they're allowing a gay conservation organization to participate. It's delicious!

They even get in a dig about Porno Pete, it's hilarious! Hat tip to Joe.My.God.

MassResistance: Any Grasp of Reality?

It's a new year but MassResistance is using the same old methods to demonize, vilify and discredit gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender human beings. The good news is that the more they rant, more people are seeing them for what they really are, anti-gay bigots. Even the Mass Family Institute is starting to pick up pointers from them....

So for the New Year, here is MassResistance's "Guide to Becoming an Anti-Gay Hate Group":
  • Constantly describe you and group as "pro-family". If you don't, how is anyone to know that you are? If you don't state it at least 10 times you most likely are a homosexual activist.
  • Always put quotes around the words gay, husband, wife and marriage. For extra points, keep repeating that same sex unions are not legal in Massachusetts.
  • Recycle "news stories" from other anti-gay websites. There's no limit to how many times you can repeat a false gay story
  • Finally, link GLBT people to the Nazi's, maybe even write a book on it!
Learn from one of their recent posts, enjoy!
Sen. Scott Brown has done many things recently to publicly show his distain for the pro-family people who supported him. But this is probably the most personally offensive.

As the Boston Herald reported this week, Brown went out of his way to contact hardcore anti-family homosexual activist Tom Lang and give him (and his "husband") a personal invitation to the Obama's signing ceremony in Washington D.C. of the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" repeal. Lang had been part of the homosexual lobby's huge 10-month effort to persuade Brown to abandon his position against the repeal, and switch to supporting it. Brown apparently decided to reward him for his success...

A horrible anti-family homosexual activist

Lang is arguably the most vicious anti-family homosexual activist in Massachusetts.

Back in 2005 over 170,000 people signed petitions to get the Marriage Amendment on the ballot in Massachusetts. Soon afterwards Tom Lang and his "husband" Alex Westerhoff set up a website called KnowThyNeighbor. There they posted the names and addresses of all the signers and invited people to contact them and confront them. (They've also taken it nationwide, and have led similar efforts in Arkansas, Florida, Oregon, and Washington.)

As a result, many people who signed the marriage petition were harassed at their homes and at work. People were threatened with loss of jobs. They were shunned at local gatherings. Some were attacked in newspaper articles.

It was an act of intimidation on a huge scale, and was traumatic for all of us. Many people have now refuse to sign pro-family petitions at all because of this.

Since then, Lang and Westerhoff (who are "married") have continued their reign of anti-family terror. Their activities include:

I think you get the gist.