One cannot help but chuckle at such news when gay leadership in the US and Europe stands with Islamic supremacists in spite of Orlando, the persecution of gays in Muslim countries and the attacks on gays by Muslims in the West. My organization and I have been viciously attacked by gay leadership for my work in raising awareness of the Muslim oppression of gays under the sharia.
Will there be any gay marches for this teacher? Of course not – but gays against Donald Trump, where there is no threat (on the contrary he supports gay rights), will continue.
The left is evil.
Here’s the video of my remarks at the Trump LGBT “Wake Up” event, or what Rolling Stone dubbed: “Inside RNC’s Hottest Ticket: The Big Gay Islamophobia Party,” bringing together “famous bigots.” The enemedia has viciously attacked the event. Go here. Village Voice (this one is really over the top): Even after I’d passed through the…
A leading gay rights activist and editor at Bangladesh’s only LGBT magazine has been hacked to death, media reports and officials say.
Obama says, ‘respect it.’
Leaders of the gay community in the USA say, ‘respect it!’ And demonize, attack us for our work highlighting Muslim persecution of gays. Shame on them all.
Let’s put this in perspective. The UK government banned me because I oppose jihad terror and speak against it. Juxtapose this with the British government keeping the identity of a “gay” ISIS jihadi secret to protect his human rights. How does a savage have “human rights”? The West is descending into madness. The Telegraph: Police…
Previous coverage has focused on this being the world’s first “pro-gay mosque.” Will the gay community rise up to defend this mosque now? They were loud and proud against our ads. They were holding press conferences condemning me. Gay organizations in America say nothing, but loudly condemned my ad campaign highlighting Muslim oppression of gays…
The hijab is a political statement, not a religious mandate. Mark Steyn says in his book America Alone that “there is no evidence that any Muslim woman anywhere ever wore the jilbab before the disco era, when it was taken up by the Muslim Brotherhood and others in the Arab world. It is no more ancient and traditional than platform shoes, bell bottoms, and cheesecloth shirts.”
And “celebrating” Hijab Day is a political statement.