Friday, May 15, 2009
Failure of Homosexual Agenda
by Steve Oh
In a recent significant development the decades-long held but false claim of a
gay gene has been debunked by the American Psychological Association. You can read a report of this further down the message.
The gay movement is militant and well organised with their own 'pink' industry
that influences government policy all over the world. In a recent Miss USA pageant, Miss California, Carrie Prejean (photo) gave the answer to a question that allegedly had a secret gay agenda, by stating that "marriage is between a man and a woman."
The gay people wanted her stripped of her title in an unrelated incident but the pageant organiser Donald Trump came to her defence, stating that it was the same answer the American President gave. It goes to show how desperate the gay movement is in pushing its militant agenda, which now surely includes the imposition of their ideas on mainstream society.
To Prejean's credit she stuck to her guns and defended her rights to freedom of speech. In another development the BBC in the UK has just appointed a muslim to head its religious programs department.
While Western countries bend backwards to accomodate the religion the persecution of Christians in muslim countries is not abating and even in Malaysia the the Christian use of the age-old word Allah for God is banned.
It pays to be reminded that Jesus warned in the last days there will be persecution and apostasy and a one world leader, and without being presumptuous, for the first time in world history, this appears very likely.
Globalisation, the world wide web, and the eventual metamorphosis of nations states into a One World Society will eventuate in a One World Ideology that brings 'peace.' Anyone whose ideas depart from the universal idea of religion which will be a syncretism of liberal views from the many discrete religions will be seen as a pariah. That will surely include today's sound evangelicals and followers of orthodox and fundamental beliefs that don't subscribe to an ecumenical cause.