Pride month, ode to the foundational sin, binding and blinding you to your shape-shifting, indefatigable stalker. The rainbow flag flies prominently inside the front door of the Veterans administration hospital. The veterans healthcare website I use showed a pop up link are you lgbtq? This morning I went to Starbucks, and I pay using their app on my phone. I noticed there was a message in my inbox. Oh goody, I finally have enough points for a free drink. No, it was an offer to make a donation to the Born This Way foundation, which Starbucks would match. Never heard of that foundation, but the rainbow flag gave it away. They want you to associate the rainbow with acceptance of every and any perversion. The rainbow is a sign of God’s covenant, and has been co-opted:
“‘I establish my covenant with you, that never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of the flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth.’ And God said, ‘This is the sign of the covenant that I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for all future generations: I have set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When I bring clouds over the earth and the bow is seen in the clouds, I will remember my covenant that is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh. And the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all flesh’.” Genesis 9:11-15.
Have I always been so hostile to the LGBTQers? No, there was a time when I was sympathetic to their inner conflict. No longer, since it is clear that their agenda is total subjugation to the shape-shifting, never tiring stalker of lust. According to the sexual revolution, love has “no gender, race, or religion”—but does “love” have an age? Well, according to social media site Snapchat—it doesn’t. At least, it didn’t for two days. As part of their “Love Has No Labels” campaign during so-called “Pride Month” (June), Snapchat featured a series of filters, including one that read “love has no age.” This last one was quickly pulled, however. Pedophilia is next on the sexual revolutions to-do list. Your kids are prey.
Snapchat, the California-based photo sharing app, known for it’s ability to make photos supposedly disappear, has unveiled a new line of their popular filters to superimpose over selfies. For Snapchat, the LGBTQ might also include pedophiles. In their campaign for “Love Has No Labels”, one of the options was a “Love Has No Age” filter. While this filter appears to be defunct as of June 3, conservatives on Twitter pointed out the option over the weekend of June 1–2. The filter had the options to say that love had no gender, race, or religion, as part of the mass-marketed Pride Month that infiltrates businesses and social media in June. But age did not seem to fit in the list, unless it was meant to justify pedophilia. If my prediction above, “your kids are prey” sounds like the raving of a right wing bigot, and if drag queen story hours at your local library and sex appearance alteration surgery and puberty blocking drugs administered to children don’t indicate anything is amiss, consider Desmond.
11 year-old ‘drag kid’, Desmond Napoles, performed at a gay bar in New York city where adult men threw money at him. The pre-adolescent boy, dressed in drag to imitate singer Gwen Stefani, pranced around the stage at Brooklyn’s 3 Dollar Bill, an LGBT bar described as “queer owned & operated,” and “Brooklyn’s Premiere Queer Bar & Performance Venue,” reported Life SiteNews. His “parents”, or are they his pimps, looked on approvingly. They’re so glad to let him “be what he is.” At 11, does he know what he is?
But never fear, the American Library Association is on the case, they will make sure YOUR kids know what they are. The ALA official magazine, American Libraries, on their home page featured a drag queen in a hot red dress, faux pearls, garishly painted eyes, and a strawberry blond wig, dancing in seductive manner before a roomful of sponge-like 3-year-olds, the caption promising to bring this show on the road to all of America, including “red-state towns like Juneau, Alaska, and Lincoln, Nebraska.”
A June 2017 article titled “Standing Up for Our Communities” announces: “Librarians are suiting up for battle. Faced with … an awakening of hate groups …, librarians have become more emboldened by their core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and are fighting to maintain those values. This is a guide for librarians seeking best practices to serve the LGBTQ+ youth community in these times of uncertainty, and a road map for those who might be new to serving this community.”
World Magazine featured an article about males who were mediocre athletes “identifying” as females, then competing with biological females in track and field. Of course, suddenly, they became champions, winning every event! Never fear, your local library probably carries a book called Transphobia: Deal With It, by J. Wallace Skelton, in the children’s section. It’s a large-picture book that starts with a bang. Certain female students complain to the coach that a trans girl (i.e., biological male child “transitioning” to, or declaring himself, female) on their team has an unfair advantage in competitions. These complainers are schooled in short order. One by one, other unenlightened objections against fellow trans students are set straight. Trans is to be celebrated. There’s probably also Princess Princess Ever After, by Katie O’Neill, about a lesbian knight who rescues the fair maiden from her “toxic masculine” suitor and rides off with her to the happy hereafter. Let’s not forget Star-Crossed, by Barbara Dee, adding a third lover, female, competing with a Romeo for a Juliet. Naturally, “Juliet” chooses the girl.
Lust never tires, it stalks the mind endlessly, whispering desires at the subconscious level, so that what floats up to consciousness is justified by the convoluted manipulations of the cerebral cortex, amplified by the LGBTQ-addled media and craven corporations. LUST ONLY TIRES OF SAMENESS–IT NEEDS AN ENDLESS SUPPLY OF “FRESH MEAT.” That’s why libraries and schools indoctrinate the young. Your kids are on the platter!
I wonder what God thinks about using the rainbow 🌈 this way.