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Major LGBT group "Human Rights Campaign" targeting pro-family leaders with vicious attacks. Reaction to pro-family successes stopping ‘gay marriage’ and LGBT agenda overseas.
Scott Lively and Brian Camenker of MassResistance among targets.
POSTED: September 26, 2014
The so-called “Human Rights Campaign” (HRC), the wealthiest and most powerful homosexual and transgender activist organization in the US, has begun a major effort to demonize and personally attack the pro-family leaders whom they see as the major American impediments to the homosexual-transgender agenda in foreign countries.
Labeling their campaign “Export of Hate”, they focus on the individual leaders personally rather than their organizations. The HRC attack strategies include publishing vicious and incendiary articles and descriptions (ignoring or misrepresenting their targets' actual statements or reasoned arguments), crude dehumanizing drawings of the faces, and eerie videos of them. They provide methods for activists to spread the attacks across the Internet. This has already resulted in two death threats against Dr. Lively. (See link below.)
HRC has targeted fourteen pro-family individual leaders they consider "enemies” of the LGBT agenda worldwide. Their number one “enemy” is Pastor Scott Lively of Massachusetts. Brian Camenker of MassResistance is also on the list:
All of the individuals have in some way worked to stop the LGBT agenda in foreign countries, including the spread of “gay marriage.”
HRC also warns that there is an insidious “network” of pro-family groups organized worldwide against them. (If there is, it’s so secret that we haven’t found out about it!)
Their problem: The LGBT movement is stalled overseas
We have all seen the success that the LGBT movement has had in the United States, Canada, parts of Europe, and in a smattering of other countries. But despite having enormous wealth and organizational resources here in the US – along with the power and threats of the Obama administration (both domestically and internationally) -- the "homosexual and transgender rights" movement along with its “gay marriage” push has been stalled in dozens of key countries, and most of the Third World (not to mention virtually all of the Muslim nations). Much of this has been a result of local groups getting help from US-based pro-family organizations.
For example, Russia, Australia, Jamaica, Finland, Croatia, Uganda, Nigeria, Ireland, Argentina, Moldavia, the Virgin Islands, Poland, Singapore, and France have all been in the news recently, fighting back (often successfully) against the LGBT and “gay marriage” agenda being fomented in that country. And pro-family activists from the U.S. (including MassResistance) have been helping in nearly every case. In their report, HRC cites our 28-minute video “What ‘gay marriage’ did to Massachusetts” which has been distributed around the world.
But in particular, Dr. Scott Lively has personally traveled to numerous countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa over the last several years has trained and advised thousands of activists and leaders how to successfully confront the anti-family agenda. Thus, he has incurred the wrath of the LGBT movement in a big way.
HRC demands more help from US State Department
In fact, US homosexual groups and well-funded UN-based groups, along with the Obama State Department, have been attempting to force the LGBT agenda overseas. But in many countries, they’re up against even more determined pro-family citizens.
Apparently, they’ve determined that Obama’s help is not focused enough. On Sept. 4, HRC sent out a blast email demanding that US Secretary of State John Kerry appoint a special “gay czar” in the State Department to coordinate the pressure against countries that refused to buckle under. The email ranted at length about the “infamous anti-LGBT extremist Scott Lively” who is “exporting hate to other countries.” Thus, the US State Department needs to stop him, they believe. (Read the HRC email HERE.)
Attacking the key US pro-family leaders
Attacking pro-family leaders personally (rather than winning with better ideas) is not a new tactic by the homosexual movement. That is the basis of the absurd “crimes against humanity” lawsuit filed against Scott Lively recently by a New York-based Soros group, which is ongoing.
But now HRC has broadened the attack in an attempt to help force their agenda overseas. Last week they unrolled their full-blown attack-series of web “reports”, including bizarre videos, which they immediately spread out to other national “gay” publications, including the magazine The Advocate which jumped on it.
The LGBT movement knows that they cannot easily win in these countries in the forum of public opinion. So their strategy is to demonize, intimidate, harass, and hopefully destroy individual pro-family leaders personally. They want to make others afraid to be associated with them. And if it leads to threats or even violence to them, so much the better. HRC wants to inflict pain.
Here’s what HRC rolled out:
Downloable individual "esporting hate" reports by HRC:
Looking to attract another Floyd Lee Corkins?
One thing that HRC seems to be trying to do with this crude set of “reports” is to incite the more dysfunctional among their ranks. And there are plenty of them, judging from the sexually-charged and profanity-laced emails, etc., that they send to pro-family groups. But as HRC knows, it can get worse.
On August 12, 2012, Floyd Lee Corkins, a pro-homosexual activist, walked into the offices of the Family Research Council, a pro-family group in Washington DC, and began shooting. According to his later testimony, he was hoping to kill as many people as he could because he had seen FRC listed as a “hate group” by the fanatically pro-gay Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). Luckily, a guard, though being shot himself, managed to wrestle Corkins to the ground until police came. Corkins was later convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison. Corkins also said that he wanted to make a political statement with the planned murders by desecrating the bodies.
The SPLC has never said they regretted Corkins’ actions, and they have continued (and even enlarged) their “hate group” rantings. The HRC listings are shockingly similar to SPLC’s.
The pro-family targets respond!
Several of the major pro-family leaders targeted by the HRC attack campaign have already publicly responded. Below are links to their articles (and HRC’s reaction to Scott Lively’s response).
Robert Oscar Lopez:
Dr. Michael Brown:
First of all, the reason that HRC is doing this is that we are effective. MassResistance, Scott Lively, and the others are helping grass-roots pro-family groups around the world successfully confront the LGBT juggernaut. If we weren’t being having an impact, they wouldn’t care.
Secondly, there's the LGBT movement’s obsession with the word “hate” (like “bigotry”, etc.), and their necessity to personally label and demonize anyone who opposes them. On one hand it shows their inability to win public opinion on the merits of their argument or facts. It’s a form of cowardliness. But it also reflects the childish, immature, and hyper-emotional mindset that one always sees from homosexual activists when they can’t get their way. Normal people don’t operate this way in the public forum (or anywhere else). Many therapists say that it reflects the inner trauma, brokenness, and anger that’s associated with that tortured lifestyle.
Finally, this is a message to all of you not to be intimidated, to stand tall, and fight back harder than ever. HRC’s purpose is to instill fear. If pro-family people react by acting fearful, if you are afraid to speak up, if you are afraid to be seen with HRC's targets or donate to them, then HRC has won. In general, terror tactics of one kind or another are nothing new. It happened during the Civil Rights era, the Revolutionary War, and countless other times. The difference is how YOU react.
The major Corporations who fund HRC
Human Rights Campaign is not just a bunch of obscure homosexual activists. It is the richest LGBT organization in America. Who funds them? Corporate America. See list of major HRC corporate sponsors HERE.
MassResistance fights back some more . . .
Sticker war! You've all probably seen the obnoxious HRC "equal" signs on cars. Last year we came up with our own "NO gay marriage" sticker, and they quickly sold out! It looks like we'll need to order another batch!