A Rift within Organized Sodomy

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Okay, folks, you asked for it. Hear now the news.

At this week’s D.C. “Pride” Parade (https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/activists-say-capital-pride-overtaken-by-corporations-and-rich-gay-men/2017/06/08/73a8567c-4ae2-11e7-884a-930f9cd77076_story.html?utm_term=.6ceb60b39ba2), the fabric of organized sodomy developed an unexpected laceration.

A group calling itself NoJusticeNoPride sharply chastised “rich gays” in the LBGT movement for their “collusion with systems of oppression,” blah-blah, and accused them of “sullying the history of LGBT activism.” Although if you can think of a way to sully that, you deserve a medal.

Social Justice Warriors, hot dog! They believe it’s immoral to make a profit, and immoral to be rich. That’s what they learned in collidge.

And so the Left begins to devour its own (I borrowed this phrase from our esteemed colleague, “jessicafischerqueen”). I hope they have a good appetite.

5 comments on “A Rift within Organized Sodomy

  1. It doesn’t surprise me a bit that they are now feeding upon their own, so to speak. Historically, this is the way it has always worked. How many times in the Bible are there examples of opposers of the True God falling to anarchy? Ezekiel prophecies that the hand of every man will be against his brother when the Gog of Magog attack takes place. There have been two Muslim against Muslim terror attacks recently in Iran.

    Luke 17:22-23 tells us that when the Son of Man arrives it will be like lightning flashing in various places. I think we may be seeing this starting to happen.

    Interesting article, Linda.

  2. This is what they’re now calling “intersectionality,” which apparently means adding up points for how many different victim groups you can stake a claim to. It’s a kind of social-justice version of “rock, paper scissors.” Pretty soon the algorithm will turn out to be so complex that there’ll have to be an app for it. Trouble is, the person who develops and sells the app will lose points for being rich, won’t he? (Or she or it or xe.) 🙂

    1. Yep. And if you come up with a money-making scheme which you advertise as planet-saving in nature, you can get pretty rich, pretty fast. It doesn’t matter whether your scheme actually works or not, just slather industry in “green” terminology and you are good to go.

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