Jamaica is warned about the very real bigotry and intolerance of “utterly fascist, utterly stalinist” anti-free speech Gaystapo


What Jamaica  does in the  future  is Jamaicans’  business  but let no one  say  that  Jamaica  has not been warned  about  the   very  real  bigotry  and  intolerance   of  “utterly fascist,utterly Stalinist” neocolonialist , imperialist , anti-free  speech, thought -policing Gaystapo  and  warning is  the  only  objective of  this  blog.



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University diversity officer who signed anti-gay marriage petition loses bias suit

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WASHINGTON — A federal judge dismissed discrimination claims filed by the chief diversity officer of Gallaudet University, who was demoted after she signed an anti-gay marriage petition.


Angela McCaskill
Angela McCaskill sued the college for the deaf, her co-worker Martina Bienvenu and Bienvenu’s partner, Kendra Smith, alleging defamation and discrimination.

McCaskill says she signed a petition to place Maryland’s Proposition 6 – a state constitutional amendment that would have banned same-sex marriage – on the ballot in 2012, “to have the same-sex marriage issue vetted through public discourse so that Maryland voters could become more understanding, informed, and enlightened about the issue once they entered the polls.”

News of the petition spread across campus, sparking ire from Bienvenu and her partner, and ultimately getting McCaskill demoted from her position as deputy to the president and associate provost for diversity and inclusion to “merely chief diversity officer.”

McCaskill’s claims against the couple and the school included a gamut of discrimination claims, including discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status and political affiliation. She also sued for defamation and negligent hiring.

U.S. District Judge James Boasberg dismissed McCaskill’s complaint in its entirety for failure to state a claim.

“It is difficult to make out precisely what protected activity plaintiff thinks prompted her suspension and demotion,” the April 14 ruling states. “In her complaint, she alleges that defendant violated the [District of Columbia Human Rights Act] by retaliating against her ‘on account of her exercising or enjoying her right to be free from unlawful discrimination.’ At first, one might think plaintiff is claiming that she faced retaliation for complaining that she had been discriminated against. In the next paragraph of her complaint, however, McCaskill alleges that the ‘protected activity’ in which she was engaged was ‘signing [the] legislative initiative’ and ‘expressing herself as a married, heterosexual, African-American, Christian woman/voter, who, through prayer and worship, searched for a means to enlighten Maryland voters on the issue of same-sex marriage in such a way to foster discourse, tolerance, and respect for the democratic process.’”

The judge concluded: “This, quite simply, is not the sort of ‘protected activity’ contemplated by the statute.”

Boasberg also dismissed McCaskill’s claim of a hostile work environment, stating that McCaskill, who is deaf herself, said in her complaint that Bienvenu threatened her “with her sign-voice elevated,” but “offered no facts to support the contention that such alleged mistreatment was due to her membership in any protected class.”

Maryland voters approved the Civil Marriage Protection Act, legalizing same-sex marriage. The law took effect Jan. 1, 2013.




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Daniel Thwaites is no University Trained Brain



Why Do The Heathen Rage?
Published: Sunday | April 20, 2014 24 Comments
Daniel Thwaites, Contributor

There’s been so much chupidniss in this newspaper recently regarding religion that it’s time to bun a fyah and return some of the smirking contempt. I fear a secular fundamentalism is replacing an equally deplorable religious one, and there are sound reasons for rejecting them both.

Today, I simply want to note a little blind spot typical of the strident irreligionists, most of whom imagine themselves fighting valiantly for some cause du jour that conflicts with what dem granny did teach dem.

One too many times I’ve read a version of the following sophistry: “Religion is the cause of the world’s woes … . We all know the history.” Well, we do NOT all know the history, or at least I don’t! Because I do not agree for a moment that religion has been the primary engine and driver of conflict among men, and I believe that man will war with man regardless of religious belief or the lack thereof.

Check it out. Almost anything or any idea can have its history written as a catalogue of disaster … . Consider asphalt roads, motor cars, industrial production, steel, business. I could sketch a history of the motor car holding it responsible for causing Henry Ford’s industrial slavery, environmental pollution from burning fossil fuels, a mounting death rate from accidents and commuting stress, the slaughter of horses, depletion of urban air quality, soul-depleting suburban built environments, teenage pregnancies at drive-in theatres, and the tyre fire at Riverton dump last month.

With a little practice and historical knowledge, you can spin a similar tale about almost any commodity (gold, sugar, cotton, timber, codfish, etc), and almost any idea (capitalism, communism, family, romantic love, the five-day workweek, etc.).

This is a juvenile jujitsu passing for thinking, and it just betrays ignorance of the archaeology of our moral ideas. In fact, Christianity is not particularly productive of carnage and has done much to staunch human misery.

So why do the heathen rage and the people imagine a vain thing? I think it’s personal issues with the rulebook.


In Jamaica, we seem caught between feral homophobia and an emerging gaytheist movement. I say this while supporting the extension of rights and protections to gays because I believe in God-given basic dignity for all humans. People ought not to be punished for harmless proclivities they cannot control, regardless that it may annoy or disgust me. But to the gaytheist, I say: If you remove God’s call for mercy and the forgiveness of human frailty from my reasoning, why would I not just remove the annoyance and destroy what disgusts me?

By the way, Christianity and Christians did not start slavery, and most people who have practised slavery have not been Christians. It was Christians who ended it, though! Orlando Patterson’s Freedom is a good place to start on the uniqueness of the idea of liberty in the Western world.

It was Nietzsche, parson pickney, who showed that all the respectable liberal pieties actually derive from a religious root, and that if “God is dead” (meaning that the idea of God loses its social and cultural force), the foundation stone is removed.

Nietzsche marvelled at the silliness of those who felt they could destroy Christianity but keep the whole superstructure of liberal morality in place, as if you can have all the fruits of Christianity without the actual inconvenience of the religion. That comedy continues today among the herd of independent minds and ‘pious freethinkers’, all of whom think so freely they agree on practically everything. Memba mi tell yuh: Nowadays, conformist thinking and attitudes are never more prevalent than among those who proclaim themselves progressive.

How quaint! The cocksure gaytheists and secular moralists wish to retain the idea of moral laws despite jettisoning the idea of a Lawgiver. But this shallow moralism is parasitic on the Christian body it wishes was a carcass. Plus, never was a medieval cardinal quite as converted as are the secularists convinced about the inalienable rights they keep manufacturing. Chances are, if you hear a strict, unbending, sanctimonious and preachy tone, it’s coming from some gay-marriage crusader, not from a churchman.

Anyway, the core of religion is experiencing the sacred and holy in community, not intellectual doctrine. Therefore, pointing out that Noah’s Ark was too small, or that Egypt’s beasts all died in plague 6, but got boils in 7 and lost their firstborn again in plague 10, is quite beside the point. After all the science, and even after your karma runs over your dogma, the experience of the sacred abides.

If science is ‘knowledge that’, for example, the earth revolves around the sun, and that water is hydrogen and oxygen, religion is more about ‘knowledge how’, ‘knowledge why’ and ‘knowledge what’ of our deeper social and cultural lives. It is told through heroes, mythic stories, rituals, metaphors and analogies.

How does one endure suffering, betrayal, remorse, guilt? How to express gratitude for the mysteries of life, grace, redemption? Why does our tribe do this, and not that? What does one do after the birth or death? What are we to experience and feel in the inexact calculus of our emotional lives? I would say that these are essential kinds of knowledge.

Remember that in terms of government and politics, atheism is not an untried creed, but was official policy of one-third of the globe last century. And if Christianity must be held accountable for the wickedness of its princes, atheism must account for its tyrants – Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Ceausescu, Pol Pot, and the degenerate and comically sinister Kim dynasty in North Korea, to name just a few.

When Carloman, uncle to Charlemagne, tricked, then slaughtered his opponents, his Christian conscience caused him to abdicate and place himself in a monastery for the rest of his days. Mao and Stalin don’t seem to have been perturbed about exterminating millions.

Our most precious ideas (hear the Heptones or Dennis Brown in your head now) that “every man have an equal right to live and be free, no matter what colour, class or race he may be” are, in fact, quite fragile, and are not obviously or inevitably in the future of humankind.

So here’s my caution: if you love the fruit, don’t cut the root. Even secularists can hearken to Churchill’s sly response to the commendation he was a “pillar of the Church”: “No, no, not a pillar of the Church, but a flying buttress, supporting it from the outside.”

Daniel Thwaites is an attorney-at-law. Email feedback to columns@gleanerjm.com.

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Victims of the real bigotry and intolerance of “utterly fascist, utterly Stalinist”,anti-free speech ,thought-policing, neocolonial, imperialist Gaystapo – add Angela McCaskill and Scott Eckern



Mozilla Chief Learns, if You Don’t Support Gay Marriage, You Don’t Deserve a Job
Todd Starnes | Apr 04, 2014
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As we enter this golden age of tolerance and diversity, the nation’s gay rights community is sending a warning message to Americans: If you don’t support gay marriage, you don’t deserve a job.

Apparently, Brendan Eich did not get that message. He’s the former chief executive officer at Mozilla, the technology group that gave us the Firefox Web browser.

Eich resigned under a firestorm of controversy after it was revealed he had donated $1,000 in support of California’s Proposition 8, a ballot initiative that protected traditional marriage.
It’s unclear who outed Eich. But that really doesn’t matter. Once his donation was revealed, supporters of gay marriage launched all-out war.

The Wall Street Journal reported that OKCupid, the popular online dating website, asked its followers to stop using Firefox. The wireless company Credo Mobile gathered more than 50,000 signatures on a petition calling for Eich to resign.

OKCupid posted a letter denouncing the Mozilla CEO, The New York Times reported.

“Those who seek to deny love and instead enforce misery, shame and frustration are our enemies and we wish them nothing but failure,” the letter stated.

Why not demand that those who oppose gay marriage relinquish the right to own property? Why not take away their right to vote? Why not take away their children? Why not just throw them in jail? Why not force them to work in chain gangs? Why not call for public floggings? Or better yet, let’s just strap them down on gurneys, stick a needle in their arm and rid the world of these intolerant anti-gay bigots once and for all.

Eich won’t say he was forced to resign, but based on the company’s press release, it’s safe to say his days were numbered.

“Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn’t live up to it,” Mozilla Executive Chairwoman Mitchell Baker wrote in a statement.

“We know why people are hurt and angry, and they are right: it’s because we haven’t stayed true to ourselves.”

She went on to opine about freedom of speech and equality. In her estimation, one trumps the other.

“Equality is necessary for meaningful speech,” she wrote. “And you need free speech to fight for equality. Figuring out how to stand for both at the same time can be hard.”

No, not really, Ms. Baker. Our Founding Fathers sort of worked that out in the Bill of Rights.

I write about this very issue in my upcoming book, “God Less America.” There are pages and pages filled with stories of workers and business owners who’ve either lost their jobs or faced public floggings for their support of traditional marriage.

The left does not believe people who oppose gay marriage should be allowed to engage in the democratic process. And they have a proven track record of intimidating and bullying those who do.

Just ask Angela McCaskill, the chief diversity officer at Gallaudet University. She was suspended after she signed a petition in her church to put a gay marriage referendum on the ballot in Maryland.

Just ask Scott Eckern, the former artistic director of California Musical Theatre. He resigned under pressure after he gave money to support Prop 8. As one activist told The New York Times, “I do believe there comes a time when you cannot sit back and accept what I think is the most dangerous form of bigotry.”

Just ask our nation’s top military officials. They were called into President Obama’s office and told that if they could not support “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” they should resign their commissions.

“We were called into the Oval Office and President Obama looked at all five service chiefs in the eye and said, ‘This is what I want to do,’” said Coast Guard Adm. Robert Papp in remarks reported by Buzzfeed.

The road to political correctness is littered with the bodies of folks like Brendan Eich sideswiped by the tolerance and diversity bus.

I trust there are rational and reasonable individuals within the gay rights community who understand the dangers of stifling free speech and expression. But the voices that are winning the day are those who believe gay rights trump everyone else’s rights.

I know this may sound old-fashioned, but gainful employment should not be determined by where you put your reproductive organs.

Tolerance is a b*tch, ain’t it?




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The less than useless functional atheist Church of England and its less than useless functional atheist Archbishop Welby


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“You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot

….. Matt 5 :13 ….


If this  blog  thought that  it  could  be useful  we  would ask  that prayer and  fasting  be  

done  for  a  change  in  the  sorry   state of  the  Church of  England  but  we  believe  

that  this  institution has lost  its  way completely   and  is  secular  and  functionally  

atheist in its  worldview.

The  Archbishop claims  that he  has  listened  to  gay groups  but  we have  not  heard  

that  he  has  listened  to  scripture  so  why  is  he  in the  Church  and  more  importably  

the  head  of  the  church.

One  wonders  why  functional  atheist  like  Archbishop  Welby  continue  in their  post ?  

This  blog holds that the  Church of  England  serves  no   material  purpose  and  that  

the  British  Government  should disband  the  institution  and  send  the  bishops etc ,

including Archbishop Welby,  home  or  into  meaningful  employment.


What  can be done  with  salt  which has  lost its savour ?  

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Welby: Church ‘struggling’ over same-sex marriages


Archbishop Justin Welby
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

Archbishop Welby said he had to listen ‘extremely carefully’ to gay groups

The Archbishop of Canterbury has spoken of the struggle to do “what is right and just to all” over the issue of gay marriage within the Church of England.

The Most Rev Justin Welby told the Daily Telegraph that Christians in some parts of the world find the issue “almost impossible” to deal with.

But he accepted the Church had caused “great harm” to gay and lesbian groups.

Same-sex marriage became legal in England and Wales last month but is not supported by the Church.

‘Compassion and sorrow’
In the interview, Archbishop Welby said: “We are struggling with the reality that there are different groups around the place that the Church can do – or has done – great harm to.

“You look at some of the gay, lesbian, LGBT groups in this country and around the world – Africa included, actually – and their experience of abuse, hatred, all kinds of things.

“We must both respond to what we’ve done in the past and listen to those voices extremely carefully.

“Listen with love and compassion and sorrow. And do what is possible to be done, which is not always a huge amount.”

He added: “At the same time, there are other groups in many parts of the world who are the victims of oppression and poverty, who we also have to listen to, and who find that issue an almost impossible one to deal with.

“How do you hold those two things (in balance) and do what is right and just by all?”

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Once again a story of abuse of boys by older homosexual men – a not uncommon occurrence ?




Do not cover up Alpha Boys’ Home sexual exploitation problem – attorney

Published: Friday April 18, 2014 | 9:34 am 8 Comments

Prominent attorney, Jacqueline Samuels-Brown, says there should be no attempt to cover up the problem of sexual exploitation at the Alpha Boys’ Home in Kingston.

The residential care arm of the Alpha Boys’ School is to close in June.

Minister of Youth and Culture, Lisa Hanna, had listed behavioural problems, including sexual abuse as a main reason for the decision.

However, her statements have been condemned as thoughtless and the Sisters of Mercy who operate the home have said the boys have been hurt as a result.

However, Samuels-Brown says she supports the Minister of Youth for the bold step she has taken in highlighting the issue.

In a letter to the editor published in the Gleaner’s online edition today, Samuels-Brown said the problem is even more pervasive than the youth minister has revealed.

The attorney says she knows of two brothers who are former residents of the home who have given accounts of employees, including persons holding high positions in the Church, who would enter the dorm in the nights and select boys who would be forced into inappropriate relationships.

She says these former residents of Alpha remain pained and traumatised by those experiences, but they cannot talk about them publicly.

Samuels Brown says Jamaica does not have to wait for commissions of enquiry or adversarial litigation to do what is right for the nation’s children.

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Victims of the “utterly fascist, utterly Stalinist” neo-colonial, imperialist, anti-free speech,thought – policing, depravity endorsing Gaystapo – add Sarah Mbuyi


“Tek sleep  and  mark death”

It  is  abundantly clear  that  the  LGBT Lobby (Gaystapo)  will  continue  to use the  power  of  the  state  to  stifle  freedom  of  speech , freedom of  conscience  and parental  rights  to tell  children what  they  consider  right. The following  is  another  example  of  the  “utterly  fascist, utterly Stalinist”  conduct  of  the anti-freedom of  speech, thought-policing  Gaystapo.




Gay Pride  Copenhagen

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BREAKING CASE NEWS: Christian nursery nurse sacked for saying marriage is between a man and a woman
Christian Legal Centre
client Sarah Mbuyi

A Christian nursery nurse has been sacked for gross misconduct from her job in a London children’s nursery after explaining the Bible’s teaching on homosexuality in response to a question from her colleague.

Sarah Mbuyi had worked at Newpark Childcare in Highbury, London, since April 2013. She became good friends with a gay colleague and they had frequent conversations about the meaning of Christianity.

The incident

In January 2014, the colleague initiated another conversation with Sarah about Christianity. She said she was unhappy that she couldn’t marry her female partner because of the church, and said she thought that God condoned homosexuality.

Miss Mbuyi explained: “When I said no God does not condone the practice of homosexuality, but does love you and says you should come to him as you are, she became emotional and went off to report me to my manager.

“I never ever condemned her, or accused her, but when she asked me directly what I believed, I was open about sharing the Bible’s teaching that homosexual sex (not the people) is wrong. It’s clear that this offended her and she was determined to get me sacked, simply because I expressed traditional Christian beliefs.”

The dismissal

After a one-sided disciplinary hearing in which Sarah was falsely accused of starting the discussion on homosexuality, nursery directors dismissed her immediately for gross misconduct.

The implications

Sarah’s dismissal suggests her employers think that expressing Christian beliefs is a legitimate grounds for dismissal. This is clearly an issue of deep concern for Christians in the workplace across the UK.

Andrea Williams, CEO of the Christian Legal Centre, said:

“Sharing Biblical truths out of genuine love and concern for colleagues is being outlawed in the workplace by a dominating cultural correctness. There is a culture of fear which closes down freedom of speech and the manifestation of faith. This culture brands the liberating good news of the Gospel as oppressive and regressive.

“Sarah’s case demonstrates the confusion we’re experiencing in current times. David Cameron has given public recognition of the enormous positive impact that Jesus Christ has had on our nation but he wants to mould Christianity to his political agenda. History shows that Christianity is greater than any political agenda.

“David Cameron has ignored the concerns of the Christian community by driving through same-sex ‘marriage’. Any dissent in the public space, in the workplace, to the new prevailing orthodoxy means punishment as Sarah is experiencing.

“This is not a Government with a track record of recognising and respecting Christian faith. It has deliberately and consistently undermined Christians and their freedom to live out their faith in the public square.

“The Prime Minister has huge influence. If he is serious in his support for Christianity, he will intervene in Sarah’s case and ensure that those who believe in marriage, as defined in the bible, between one man and one woman, will not lose their jobs but be wholly and properly protected by the law.

“This government has seriously let down the Christian community. Easter statements of sentiment will not suffice. Consistent behaviour is what will be believed.”

The way forward

Sarah did what any faithful Christian would do — she spoke the truth in love in response to what she thought was a genuine question about her faith.

The Christian Legal Centre is helping Sarah claim unfair dismissal on grounds of religious discrimination. This isn’t just about the rights of one individual Christian, it’s about the freedom to speak of Jesus and make Him and His Truth known in the workplace and elsewhere in public life.

People in workplaces across the UK need to hear the good news about Jesus so it’s vital that we protect this freedom.

Christians need not to fear and need to continue to share the Gospel.

If you believe we should have the freedom to share the Gospel at work, please support us by making a donation today so that we can keep helping Sarah and others like her.



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Vicious and malicious smearing of Jamaica by LGBT activists / supporters


The following video was posted on the  Facebook pages  of  two  Jamaicans as  the  lynching  of  a  gay man in Spanish Town.

Examination shows  that  the  lynching  takes  place  in a  francophone country.  The  signs  on the  shops  and  on at  least  one  man’s  T-Shirt  are  in French.

Lie about homophobic violence in Jamaica

It is  a  vicious  and  malicious attempt  to smear Jamaica  as  a  rabid “homophobic”  country

It  is  still  around  and  continues to  be  used  to  smear  Jamaica


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