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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Alphonse deValk - Bigoted Hypocrite

Over at Catholic Insight, an absolute bastion of bigotry, we find exactly what we'd expect in the form of Alphonse deValk's latest scribe. Shall we dissect? Yes, we shall....
A radical "gay" Mayor for Toronto?
As early as November 2009 all four Toronto newspapers published articles and photos of "furious" George Smitherman and "his husband" kissing each other and holding hands.

Um, Al? You might want to take those silly scare quotes away from around "his husband" because those evil gays have the right to be married here, even if your ridiculous, archaic, misogynistic, homophobic, child-molesting, bigoted, genocidal, hypocritical organization doesn't recognize it. Remember what country you're in, sir.
Toronto’s Globe & Mail, which in the 1990’s had an openly “gay” editor-in-chief, does not like to be outdone.
Do the quotes deValk uses in this line mean that he doesn't even really think people are gay? Does he believe that there actually are gay people in the world? What a piece of work. And by "piece of work", I mean "asshole".

This whole paragraph is too good to break up. Enjoy the redness of the neck beneath the collar:
Both newspapers played up Smitherman as a homosexual activist, treating this aspect as an achievement worthy of praise. Comedians, meanwhile advertised a new musical called “My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding” in the Globe & Mail (Nov.14) and on Moses Znaimer’s FM Radio, the New Classical Station. Clearly, the overall purpose of the Star and the Globe & Mail was to marginalize possible opponents of a “gay” mayor as “bigots” and “extremists,” and to normalize homosexuality in the minds of the readers.
I wonder if deValk thinks his being a Catholic activist is an "achievement worthy of praise"? Hmm.... Also, just so we're clear, opponents of a gay mayor (unless their opposition is based on policy) are bigots and possibly extremists. If the main reason you fight against Smitherman is his super-icky gayness, that's pretty much the definition of bigot.

Seriously, as would be the norm nowadays, replace the word "gay" throughout the article with "black" or "hispanic". See what I mean, deValk? No? I didn't think so.
We (Catholic Insight) oppose the candidacy of George Smitherman for mayor.
Well, duh.

Here's a fun thing. I put my comments inbracketed italics through this next paragraph!


Homosexual activity contrary to God’s (your invisible daddy's in the sky) Divine (made up and mostly silly) law.

· The homosexual condition itself is an objective disorder(even though it is found throughout nature) (ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil, that of homosexual behaviour {much different from institutional child rape over decades and decades, spanning the globe, of course} );

· The promotion of homosexual activists as legitimate and acceptable role models:

- holds up narcissism as a value to imitate (and the spectacle of the Vatican does nothing of the sort, obviously); undermines the nature and rights of the family (while trusted priests ass-dicking twelve-year-olds and the Church hiding the perpetrators supports family values through and through); - divides the community; promotes pornography (what State consumes the most porn? Utah. Must be all those heathen Mormons - I bet most of them are gay, right?); exhibits vulgarity (as in “Gay” parades) (...or wearing a dress and fucking kids and condemning condom use in countries with soaring HIV/AIDS rates, ensuring that the death-toll will continue to rise);

- confirms others with a homosexual tendency to surrender to erroneous opinions (like a cracker actually turning into Jesus' flesh) when they should resist instead; misleads youth and society at large (like telling them that there's a fucking invisible man in the sky who will send you to Hell to burn forever and ever in a lake of fire if you disobey his orders and be one of those terrible gay faggot homos...but he loves you more than anything); distorts truth, with a materialist ideology which denies the transcendent nature of the human person (on full display in deValk's article) and that person’s call to seek eternal life. (against all rational sense and evidence)


Here, however, is the money quote to end all money quotes:
While those attracted to same sex orientation have the right to be treated with dignity like all other persons, they should not be appointed or elected to leadership positions.
Ok, do that thing again; replace "attracted to same sex orientation" with the words "with darker skin". See what happens? You should feel dirty for even reading something that racist and horrible. Al deValk gets away with being such a disgusting dick because of religion and that's all. He needs to be called on his ignorance by everyone, publicly.


I love how he's getting his thong panties in a bunch over gays being treated equally while Catholic schools are completely unjustly publicly funded and should be dropped from the provincial payroll immediately. I'd love to be in the room to watch deValk's head spin around when that happens.

(tip o' the horn to reader Eric D!)

2 Barbaric Yawps:

At 25/10/10 4:29 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for pointing this out Mike. It has decided my vote which will now be pro-Smitherman and, at the same time, anti-bigot. I will also email the Catholic "Insight" to let them know how the article influenced me.

Tony

 
At 27/10/10 12:20 pm, Anonymous Yojimbo said...

"While those attracted to same sex orientation have the right to be treated with dignity like all other persons," they should not be treated like everyone else.

The cognitive dissonance alone ought to make his head explode.

 

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