Protestants, compared to Catholics, are not particularly interested in stopping abortion, and are in general are willing to have unborn children killed for their sexual convenience. Killing born children leaves an ugly mess, which will make Protestants look bad, so it’s generally avoided. Praise God for even small mercies – mercies that we certainly don’t deserve, given the intensely evil society we have chosen to create and support.
[Same deal for pederasty. The only reason why is isn’t legalized right now is because in the 1980s, Our Masters felt the need to attack Catholic priests.]
Children to be raised in homosexual households suffer, but not nearly as much as aborted children do. Still, it’s a hard way to grow up, and should be discouraged from the pulpit.
Not that our Lords and Masters – reflecting the masses that support their rule – have the slightest concern for children. At all.
The opening article that opened my eyes is Rivka Edelman’s “This Lesbian’s Daughter Has Had Enough“. Observing the amount of threats and intimidation she has endured inspires respect in my eyes. She starts out with…
Recently I published an essay on Public Discourse about the ruthless misogyny that pervades LBGT culture. I pointed out it that it can and will victimize women and children with impunity and then, in America’s narcissistic fugue, get hailed as brave and heroic.
Later, she adds…
[Human rights activists] savage, bully, and threaten adults who grew up with gay parents in order to force a false narrative of happiness on them. More Orwellian logic.
There are several other related articles on the consequences of children raised in such households. Among them is Janna Darnelle’s “Breaking the Silence: Redefining Marriage Hurts Women Like Me – and Our Children.” On her husband’s announcement that 1) he is gay and 2) he wants a divorce and 3) he wants it all… well…
Try as I might to save our marriage, there was no stopping my husband. Our divorce was not settled in mediation or with lawyers. No, it went all the way to trial. My husband wanted primary custody of our children. His entire case can be summed up in one sentence: “I am gay, and I deserve my rights.” It worked: the judge gave him practically everything he wanted. At one point, he even told my husband, “If you had asked for more, I would have given it to you.”
I truly believe that judge was legislating from the bench, disregarding the facts of our particular case and simply using us—using our children— to help influence future cases. In our society, LGBT citizens are seen as marginalized victims who must be protected at all costs, even if it means stripping rights from others. By ignoring the injustice committed against me and my children, the judge seemed to think that he was correcting a larger injustice.
My husband had left us for his gay lover. They make more money than I do. There are two of them and only one of me. Even so, the judge believed that they were the victims. No matter what I said or did, I didn’t have a chance of saving our children from being bounced around like so many pieces of luggage.
Society swings from one end to another – all in an effort to get some pious cover for more State power and authority. Christians should follow the Apostle Paul, and learn to judge themselves and their own problems – and never willingly place themselves under the authority of those who despise them.
- “You see that smiling, well-groomed, well-spoken Man of the People? He is not your friend. Never was.”
- “You see that serious, learned, knowledgeable Expert of the Law? He has no interest in justice. Never did.”
The adult children of homosexual couples have been largely silenced and intimidated into sticking with the Official Narrative. This is changing.
Facts will not change the righteous goals of our Noble Lords – not even actual, society-wide bankruptcy will do that, so long as the general population continues to prefer personal pleasure today over personal sacrifice for tomorrow.
But bankrupt governments are weak governments. Governments that promise lots of money and ease, but then deliver poverty and pain, rapidly become discredited governments. Once delegitimized, they can no longer rely on bribes and great swelling words, but must rely on force – and violence is much more costly, much more obviously unjust, much more ugly, and much easier to organize against, than bribes and promises of the Inner Ring.
But it is not today we are working for.
After the Great Default has arrived, and as high technology continues its glorious work in making decentralized resistance cheaper and cheaper, then Christians can go forward and secure freedom for themselves and their families.
No need for violence – which, after all, only centralizes power in the Right Hands. Organization, self-sacrifice, and the drive to win is what’s needed.
But every journey – be it Moses’ exodus from Egyptian slavery, or our journey to salvation – begins with a single step. For Christians, that first step is homeschooling.