“The most informed, perceptive, and effective defender of creating hate and fear in the United States.”
“Has a huge impact around the world in wrapping bigotry and fanaticism in Christian Sharia Law.”
Let us see if he can bring the same level of colossal failure to the World Congress of Families, that he bestowed upon the National Organization for Marriage.
Our flagship project, the World Congress of Families, has gathered and inspired pro-family leaders from around the globe for two decades.
The World Congress of Families is a network; it really represents a global coalition of conservative religious orthodoxies. It involves some conservative Muslims, conservative Jews, and a variety of other faiths. Its purpose is to advance its agenda by networking and developing a shared agenda among multiple organizations in the United States and abroad. They’re working with insiders, networking the power brokers to achieve their goals in order to be able to influence the passage of legislation, and that’s what they’ve been so effective at. Their public policy passed by Putin in Russia is considered a victory by the World Congress of Families and its member organizations. (Tarso Ramos - Political Research Associates)
“This Congress fielded some of the world’s leading anti-lgbt hate groups and advocates for violence and hate, during four days of strategic networking and presentations that re-energized the global anti-lgbt movement. It was the best Congress so far and signals a resurgence in the global battle for the promotion of hate and war against this population.
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Rev. Rafael Cruz
God Wants Gay Rights Activists 'Destroyed'
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Okay To Be 'Insulting And Degrading' To LGBT People
World Congress of Families
The Orlando Florida massacre was not about religion, it was not about attacks on US soil by extremists. This was about good old homespun hate and homophobia that comes from the lies and the deceit that we and our partners spread like honey everywhere we go. This event shows just how harmful and toxic our messages can be to those who are most vulnerable. We pride ourselves on the crippling ramifications of the hate speech and the disastrous consequences of our work. 50 people dead and 50 injured, we celebrate this victory to show the world that the LGBTQ community are worthy of destruction and there is no place for them in our society. We would gratefully like to acknowledge our partners in this, those who continue to spread the fear, the hate and the lies about those filthy homosexuals.
Thank you friends for your unrelenting efforts and your rigorous work in spreading the hate.
May, 13 2016
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World Congress of Families X, Tbilisi
May 15-18 - Information and Registration
Georgia: Gathering Pits LGBT Community Against 'Pro-Family,' Anti-Gay Supporters
The convention, timed to coincide with the day of a violent 2013 mob attack on an anti-homophobia rally in Tbilisi, will be hosted by a Levan Vasadze, a dagger-sporting homophobic knight dressed in Georgian national attire. Vasadze participated and is alleged to have helped organize the 2013 attack that relegated Georgia’s nascent LGBTQ-rights movement to the periphery of national discourse.
It’s not a coincidence that WCF will be in Georgia on that day, May 17, or that Georgian Orthodox leaders picked the anti-homophobia day to commemorate “family strength.” As Tbilisi-based journalist Giorgi Lomsadze noted in EurasiaNet.org yesterday, the renaming of the anti-homophobia day and the timing of WCF coincide with the anniversary a violent attack on LGBT-rights protesters three years ago:
“Before the van arrived, about ten girls—gay rights activists—were being taunted by a growing, frothing mob. A stone was thrown and split a girl’s head open.… This mob was the creation of the Georgian Orthodox Church and the Georgian government has so far been gutless in standing up to the Church to protect the rights of its citizens. Shame on you, Georgia. Shame on you,” Paul Rimple, a Tbilisi-based journalist, posted on his Facebook page. He later wrote about it for the Moscow Times.
As it descends upon Georgia, the World Congress of Families, wittingly or not, might be helping a Russian foreign policy agenda in the region. Fanning the flames of homophobia has long been Moscow’s soft-power way to urge its former Soviet satellites, including Georgia, to distance themselves from the West. Before Georgia signed an Association Agreement with the EU in 2014, the Russian propaganda machine was put into gear, describing the landmark treaty as essentially Georgia’s gay marriage with Europe. Brussels had to issue public assurances that the treaty, meant for political and economic harmonization, does not contain any fine print requiring Georgia to allow same-sex marriages.
It was important for us to make a statement against this event, because it’s against rights and freedoms that every human must have. This group [WFC] tries to present their values as something natural and good. We think that in many ways, these values are inhuman. We want to show that although we’re a small group, there are still some people in Georgia who are against making claims to what a “natural family” means’, Ia Bakhtadze from the Independent Group of Feminists told DF Watch.
World Congress of Families: Making a Difference! If the only thing you knew about Winston Churchill is that the very mention of his name infuriated Hitler, you could thereby deduce that Churchill somehow stood between the Nazi tyrant and his megalomaniac ambition. Likewise, if the only thing you knew about the World Congress of Families is that our most recent Congress was listed by Planned Parenthood as its third worst moment of 2015. Although all of our claims about this organization have been widely discredited, and our accusations fall apart on closer examination, we will continue our relentless attacks on Planned Parenthood an organization that's tissue donation programs help support lifsaving scientific research. .
A Time to Act. Mississippi Just Did. On April 5, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed into law the Protecting Freedom of Discrimination from Government Discrimination Act…Freedom of conscience should permit anyone to discriminate against any citizen of the United States except for Christians. Christian superiority is above all else and we will continue to promote malicious and anti-social, anti-human, sociopathic behavior like the knuckle dragging mouth breathers in Mississippi have why? Because we relate to their mentality and we know life as bottom feeders because we also exist on the lowest rung on the ladder of humanity. UPDATE, This hateful law has been Struck Down by the U.S. District Court, because it openly discriminates against good and decent American citizens. Religious freedom was one of the building blocks of this great nation, and after the nation was torn apart, the guarantee of equal protection under law was used to stitch it back together. But HB 1523 does not honor that tradition of religion freedom, nor does it respect the equal dignity of all of Mississippi’s citizens.
It is hereby ordered that the defendants; their officers, agents, servants, employees, and attorneys; and any other persons who are in active concert or participation with the defendants or their officers, agents, servants, employees, or attorneys; are hereby preliminarily enjoined from enacting or enforcing HB 1523.
Marriage Better than Therapy. A study at Ohio State shows that marriage offers even greater psychological advantages to depressed men and women than it does to their mentally healthy peers. The researchers conjecture that marriage may give a depressed person the sense that he or she matters to a spouse and to new social ties.
Just when you thought bigotry and racism in our country had reached their peek, Allow us to present our very own Don Feder who introduces a whole new spin on white supremecy and unapologetic racism.
What does Russia have to do with The Family in America?
World Congress of Families Spokesman: 'Russia Is The Hope For the World Right Now'
From Russia to Nigeria to Australia a seemingly innocuous definition of the “natural family” is quietly
being used as the basis of new laws to justify the criminalization of abortion and LGBTQ people.
Pushing this definition is the World Congress of Families, a network of conservative religious leaders
from a variety of faiths— and their high-level government friends.
The World Congress of Families' Russian Network Here are some of the biggest players helping to spread anti-gay sentiment in Russia.
Effects of Marriage on Society. Marriage is the foundational relationship of strong societies. Within a family formed from an intact marriage, the child better learns to value and perform the fundamental tasks every competent adult must master— the tasks of the fundamental institutions needed in every functional society.
Effects of Religious Practice on Society.
Same-Sex Marriage? National Organization for Marriage
Parental Vigilance, Not Political Activism, by Erin Weist on United Families International
Kindred Spirits: How one family is relying on faith and each other in the face of government persecution,
Secretary General Backdoors Abortion, LGBT Rights into UN Humanitarian Goals, by Susan Yoshihara of C-Fam
The War on Children: Family Watch International
Young people are most vulnerable and the most injured by our work. Because of our hateful and despicable rhetoric, we drive wedges into families and tear them apart. We convince people to throw their LGBT kids out and we promote the very causes of young LGBT youth suicide. Our declamations are designed to stifle conversation and to withhold love and acceptance. We promote bullying and intimidation toward young people who seek simple understanding and acceptance
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Distorted Love: The Toll of Our Christian Theology on the LGBT Community
Pastor John Pavlovitz
Love doesn’t always look like love.
When I published this blog post two weeks ago, I was prepared for some people to applaud it, and for others to condemn it. That’s what happens whenever you put an opinion out there.
I was fully prepared for the waves of both support and hostility that accompany any vantage point on anything, especially a controversial topic like sexuality.
What I was not prepared for in any way were the literally hundreds and hundreds of people who have reached out to me personally to thank me for bringing some healing and hope to their families. Parents, children, siblings, and adults have confided in me (some for the first time anywhere), telling of the pain, and bullying, and shunning they’re received from churches, pastors, and church members — from professed followers of Jesus.
Scores of people from all over the world have shared with me their devastating stories of exclusion and isolation, of unanswered prayers to change, of destructive conversion therapies, of repeated suicide attempts, and of being actively and passively driven from faith by people of faith.
Church, this is the reality of our theology on homosexuality.
This is the cost of our religion to the LGBT community. More accurately, it’s the cost of our religion to LGBT human beings. This is the painful collateral damage that comes when we see principles and ignore people; when we refuse to give them the dignity they deserve.
Apparently love does hurt — really, really badly.
The most common defense I’ve heard over the past 14 days from Christians who believe that being gay is both chosen and sinful has been some variation of the supposedly well-meaning “Well, we’re just loving people by being honest with them by giving them the truth. Telling people the truth is loving them.”
Are you sure you want the truth?
(I so want to quote Jack Nicholson right now).
I have a crammed, bursting inbox of “truth” for you if you’re interested in reading, Church.
It’s full of vile profanity, and utter contempt, and crude jokes, and physical violence, and white-hot fear. It’s packed with school-hallway harassment, and city-street beatdowns, and church shunning, and workplace hazing, and brutal self-harm, and all sorts of perpetual, personal terrorism.
And none of it looks a thing like love to me.
It certainly doesn’t look like love to the sweet, 12-year-old middle-school girl in your church who’s been told repeatedly that she’s an abomination, that God already despises her.
It doesn’t look like love to the devastated parents who have watched their son hang himself because he was assured by his Christian schoolmates that he’s better dead than gay.
It doesn’t look like love to the devoted, faithful Christian schoolteacher who has lost her life-long career for no other reason than her relationship status.
It doesn’t look like love to the 60-year-old Christian man who has prayed his whole life to be “fixed” though God has refused to, yet he is still an outcast in his family of faith.
It doesn’t look like love to the gay couple having their heads smashed in by professed “Christian” strangers while walking down the street.
It doesn’t look like love to the family of a transgender high-school junior who can’t find a church family that will welcome them or include them or acknowledge them.
And I’m totally comfortable believing that it doesn’t look like love to Jesus either.
The real problem with so much Christian theology toward the LGBT community is that it seemingly works fine from a distance, for someone firing off scripture passages or religious phrases; it just often falls apart for them when trying to translate it to actual human lives and within authentic, caring relationships.
When you have the guts and the decency and the compassion to crawl out from behind computer keyboards and plasma screens, from radio-show phone calls and bullhorn shouting, you end up standing face-to-face with beautiful, wounded, scarred people with real stories, and you realize something’s wrong here.
Something’s badly broken.
This is not what Christ’s love looks like.
Jesus’ love, even if it came with hard words, somehow always seemed and felt like love. People were seen. They were heard. They were touched. They were left with more dignity than when they started. I’m not sure LGBT people can say the same about their encounters with most Christians.
Can they say it about you?
So many believers want to make this all about sin, about the theology regarding homosexuality that they’re claiming to be defending, but it really isn’t. Regardless of where you stand theologically as a Christian, this is about treating all people like they are made by God and in the image of God.
Jesus’ command to love God and love others as we would desire to be loved — that is theology too. In fact, He said it was the greatest portion of it, our most pressing personal moral responsibility. You wanna argue against that? Argue with Jesus.
Church, the blood and the bruises of the LGBT community are on your hands and mine as believers, as long we allow any Christian to dehumanize them in the name of loving them.
However we want to frame it or justify it, the net result of our religion to so many gay people is that entire families are being torn apart, sent to the shadows, and horribly mistreated in the name of Jesus. Real flesh-and-blood people are going through uninvited, individual Hell every day at the hands of people who claim Christ. The church’s treatment of the LGBT community people has been downright sinful, and it’s killing our testimony to the world.
We’re making it virtually impossible for gay people to exist in our churches, and then feeling justified in damning them for walking away from God when they leave. The truth is that so often they aren’t turning away from God; they’re just removing themselves from harm’s way.
We are losing credibility to those outside organized Christianity, not because we’re “condoning sin” but because when the rubber meets the road, we really don’t know how to “love the sinner” in any way that remotely resembles Jesus, and our “God is love” platitudes ring hollow.
Church, this is our legacy that we are building in these days to the LGBT community and those who love them, and I assure you it’s not a legacy of love.
I don’t know what the answer is for you, and I can’t tell you how your theology gets expressed in the trenches of real people’s lives. I only know that we as Christ’s church can do better, regardless of our theological stance. We have to do better.
This is where our faith is proven to be made of Jesus-stuff or not.
This is where the love of God we like to preach about is either clearly seen or terribly distorted.