The Jason Collins “I’m gay . . . I’m out . . . I’m proud . . . and I play basketball” story is all over the internet. There are other homosexual stories that barely get a mention. Why? Because they go against the gay narrative.
Recently, Family Research Council released video footage of Floyd Corkins, the homosexual activist who walked into the lobby of the Family Research Council in August 2012 with a semi-automatic pistol and a backpack filled with 100 rounds of ammunition and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches. Corkins shot the Family Research Council’s security guard, Leo Johnson, who then successfully subdued him before he was taken into custody.
During an FBI interrogation, Corkins stated that he intended to “kill as many as possible and smear the Chick-fil-A sandwiches in victims’ faces.”
Prosecutors said that Corkins planned to leave FRC after the attack and go to another conservative group to continue the reign of terror. A handwritten list of three other groups was found with Corkins’ belongings. An investigation of Corkins’ computer found that he identified his targets on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website.
Even after the shooting at the FRC, the SPLC went so far as to put an article on the front page of their website in an attempt to heighten the FRC’s label as a hate group.
Another example of assault by the pro-homosexual lobby happened this week. The head of the Catholic Church in Belgium, Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard, was participating in a debate on blasphemy laws at the ULB University in Brussels. While he was seated with his eyes closed in prayer, four topless women, representing the pro-abortion and homosexual group FEMEN, began assaulting the archbishop with shouts and curses while dousing him with water in bottles shaped like the Virgin Mary. The women disrobed to reveal black-painted mockery slogans on their bare chests and backs, such as ‘my body my rules,’ and anus dei is coming.’ They also held signs reading ‘stop homophobia’ (Gal. 6).
Why the attacks? Let’s look behind the façade.
Back in 1987, the Gay Manifesto was published by Michael Swift in the Gay Community News on February 15–21, 1987. It was also interjected into the Congressional Record (omitting the preface, which I have added below), showing that Congress is well aware of this content.
When the homosexual radicals became aware that people were alarmed by this homosexual manifesto, they looked for something to cover their tracks. So they reverted to saying that the homosexual manifesto was merely a “satire” rather than a reality.
Swift’s original preface stated: “This essay is an outré, madness, a tragic, cruel fantasy, an eruption of inner rage, on how the oppressed desperately dream of being the oppressor.”
I lay this to your candor. You decide if this is merely a satire, or if this is actually being played out in reality.
Michael Swift’s Homosexual Manifesto (Warning: shocking and offensive content below):