A very short follow up to the last two articles on homosexuality. First of all Jack at SigmaFrame has responded to my criticism of his article and it appears that the two of us have been dancing around the issue while holding the same viewpoint.
I do not support negotiation (for the same reasons as he does), and I don’t believe a seamless integration is possible. To the contrary, the points of my post were to argue for the benefits of avoiding negotiation, to admit the vanity of pressing for integration, and to appoint proxies to do the tasks of any diplomatic work necessary in this regard.
In other words, gays need to stay away from churches. I’ll put this misunderstanding down to my reading ability. One has to be charitable at this time of year.
One final point for those of you who may be on the fence on this issue or perhaps not seeing what all of the fuss is about. All actions have consequences and people in positions of leadership must give all due consideration to the effect of their decisions. Such deliberation into the future can be very challenging so it is always best to keep things as simple as possible. The more one complicates an issue, then the more complex it becomes, and finally the wrong decision is taken more as a matter of frustration than prior planning.
This is why the gay community obfuscates to such an extent, bringing in all manner of side arguments and irrelevant information at every opportunity but particularly when challenged.
So let me help make things clear for you all by keeping it nice and simple.
Let me present what is close to the end game of homosexuality.
Desmond Is Amazing, a Brooklyn native, has become a celebrity in the drag queen world and LGBT community, and a little darling of leftwing media and gay lobbying groups. His parents have come under harsh criticism for their questionable parenting style. He became famous after video of him dancing sexually in a gay pride parade went viral. Desmond appears to spend most his time with adult gay men and crossdressers, with the full support and encouragement of his parents.
(H/T Goodbye America.)
Those who are defiled and unrepentant know nothing except to relieve their pain and burden by bringing in as many others as possible to share in their agony. You may as well welcome Ebola into your church as the end effect will more or less be the same.