Hate Speech?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by maxpi, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. maxpi


    If I argue against gay marriage by describing gay men as sex addicts that like to f%^k each other in their hairy stinking @ssholes and form a horribly diseased subculture, is that hate speech? I'm just trying to steer people away from unhealthy behavior and I don't think that a sane culture would encourage such behavior if it thought about it... I would be bringing factual news would I not? AIDS is a horrible disease, the infected person actually rots then dies, usually it's the other way around, not to mention the other diseases found in the gay subculture... and talk about political clout, check google news for "flesh eating bacteria gay".... nothing!! No news at all on that, but a simple google search turns up one article from January 2008 then after that apparently there is a news blackout...


    "Flesh-Eating" Bacteria Striking Gay Men
    Disease spread primarily through anal intercourse


    By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman

    SAN FRANCISCO, January 15, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A new medical study appearing in the Annals of American Medicine shows that homosexuals are spreading a new, highly-infectious and extremely dangerous bacteria amongst themselves, most probably through anal intercourse.

    The bacterium, called MRSA USA300, is impervious to front-line antibiotics and can only be treated with rarer drugs, primarily Vancomycin. Researchers say that the bug, which is a type of staphylococcus, is primed to develop immunity to that drug as well.

    Infected patients may have inflammation, abscesses, and tissue loss in the affected areas. Although the bacterium does not literally "eat" the body, it manufactures toxins that can cause "necrosis" - the death of surrounding tissue.

    The study's authors note that the strong link between unhealthy behavior, particularly among homosexuals, is the driving force behind the disease. "Spread of the USA300 clone among men who have sex with men is associated with high-risk behaviors, including use of methamphetamine and other illicit drugs, sex with multiple partners, participation in a group sex party, use of the internet for sexual contacts, skin-abrading sex, and history of sexually transmitted infections," the authors write.

    "The same patterns of increased sexual risk behaviors among men who have sex with men - which have resulted from changes in beliefs regarding HIV disease severity with the availability of potent antiretroviral therapy - have been driving resurgent epidemics of early syphilis, rectal gonorrhea, and new HIV infections in San Francisco, Boston, and elsewhere," add the researchers.

    The study, which focused on clinics in the San Francisco area, found that in some cases up to 39% of patients had the MRSA USA300 infections in their genitals or buttocks, although the disease can be spread by general skin-to-skin contact and can even be picked up from surfaces.

    Observing that "Infection with multidrug-resistant USA300 MRSA is common among men who have sex with men," the study timidly concludes that "multidrug-resistant MRSA infection might be sexually transmitted in this population," and counsels "further research."

    It is estimated that in San Francisco's Castro District, which has the highest concentration of homosexuals in the country, the infection rate is 1 in every 588 residents. One in every 3,800 residents of San Francisco are infected. Homosexuals are 13 times more likely to be infected than others in the city.

    The disease is not only spreading in San Francisco, but also Boston, New York and Los Angeles. In addition to homosexuals, people who are ill or have weakened immune systems are particularly susceptible. MRSA and other types of staphylococcus bacteria, often spread in hospitals, kill more than 19,000 Americans each year, a rate higher than deaths due to AIDS.

    Peter LaBarbara, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, is hoping that the revelation of yet another homosexual epidemic will have an impact on the public's perception of homosexual behavior. "I think that the media, and Hollywood, and a lot of our policy makers and certainly academia are in a world of 'let's pretend' with regard to homosexual behavior and its consequences," he told LifeSiteNews. "They don't want to focus on the special risks that homosexual behavior, especially between men, have in the public health arena, and issues like this keep coming up."

    However, LaBarbara acknowledges that the major media will "invariably spin things in a homosexual direction."

    "We saw the identical thing happen 25 years ago with the reporting on AIDS," he said, "but ironically the whole AIDS crisis strengthened the homosexual lobby in this country."

    Related Links:

    FULL STUDY TEXT: Emergence of Multidrug-Resistant, Community-Associated, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Clone USA300 in Men Who Have Sex with Men

    And these people want to shut down talk, our freedom of speech, about queer lifestyles [I'm sure that they include queers in their bigotry thingy, it's just always the way it is]


    Groups want FCC to police hate speech on talk radio, cable news networks
    By Gautham Nagesh - 06/01/10 01:02 PM ET
    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is being urged to monitor "hate speech" on talk radio and cable broadcast networks.

    A coalition of more than 30 organizations argue in a letter to the FCC that the Internet has made it harder for the public to separate the facts from bigotry masquerading as news.

    The groups also charge that syndicated radio and cable television programs "masquerading as news" use hate as a profit model.

    "As traditional media have become less diverse and less competitive, they have also grown less responsible and less responsive to the communities that they are supposed to serve," the organizations wrote to the FCC. "In this same atmosphere hate speech thrives, as hate has developed as a profit-model for syndicated radio and cable television program masquerading as 'news.'"

    The organizations, which include Free Press, the Center for Media Justice, the Benton Foundation and Media Alliance, also argue that the anonymity of the Web gives ammunition to those that would spread hate.

    The groups did not mention any specific programming on the right or the left in their letter, which supports a petition filed by the National Hispanic Media Coalition last year requesting a probe of the relationship between hate speech and hate crimes.

    The groups argue the Internet has made it harder for the public to separate the facts from bigotry masquerading as news.

    "The Internet gives the illusion that news sources have increased, but in fact there are fewer journalists employed now than ever before. Moreover, on the Internet, speakers can hide in the cloak of anonymity, emboldened to say things that they may not say in the public eye."

    "For these reasons, as the Commission deliberates how the public interest will be served in the digital age, it should consider the extent of hate speech in media, and its effects."
  2. hughb


    Oh you poor little victim you! Thank god you have the courage to evangelize against gay sex. Onward christian soldier, don't let those FCC meanies stop you! never stop posting about gay sex!
  3. While that all may be very true, and while the collective PC police make blatant attempts at public perception management on many, many issues, what consenting adults do in their own bedrooms is ultimately none of anyone else's business.

    We should all be free to choose what to do and what to believe.

  4. +1.

    Dudes who take a very special interest in their fellow men's "hairy stinking assholes" will always be a small & isolated minority of the population. Bullying and condemning these people for their unconventional genetic predispositions can only serve to increase their suffering & alienation- but will NOT and can not decrease their numbers... just as tolerating and accepting them will not <i>increase</i> their numbers.

    Some men prefer to share their beds with other men, and there's nothing you can possibly do to change this. There's also nothing <i>they</i> can do to convert straights into sharing their unconventional orientation. Best to just live and let live.
  5. I support any group that votes Democrat
  6. Way to keep your eye on the ball.
  7. Lucrum


    It used to be called the truth, now it's called hate speech.

    "History shows that the Ku Klux Klan was the terrorist arm of the Democrat Party."

    "Democrats in the last century did not hide their connections to the Ku Klux Klan."

    "Dr. Foner in his book explores the history of the origins of Ku Klux Klan and provides a chilling account of the atrocities committed by Democrats against Republicans, black and white. "

    "During the civil rights era of the 1960s, Dr. King was fighting the Democrats who stood in the school house doors, turned skin-burning fire hoses on blacks and let loose vicious dogs. Democrat President John F. Kennedy is lauded as a proponent of civil rights. However, Kennedy voted against the 1957 Civil Rights Act while he was a senator, as did Democrat Sen. Al Gore Sr."

    "Contrary to the false assertions by Democrats, the racist "Dixiecrats" did not all migrate to the Republican Party. "
    "Another former "Dixiecrat" is former Democrat Sen. Ernest Hollings, who put up the Confederate flag over the state Capitol when he was the governor of South Carolina. There was no public outcry when Democrat Sen. Christopher Dodd praised Byrd as someone who would have been "a great senator for any moment," including the Civil War. Yet Democrats denounced then-Senate GOP leader Trent Lott for his remarks about Sen. Strom Thurmond (R.-S.C.). Thurmond was never in the Ku Klux Klan and defended blacks against lynching and the discriminatory poll taxes imposed on blacks by Democrats. If Byrd and Thurmond were alive during the Civil War, and Byrd had his way, Thurmond would have been lynched. "

  8. see, I disagree with you here. The more society normalizes the "hairy stinking asshole" the more likely people are to stick their thing into it.

    gaydom should not be celebrated or promoted. And there is something wrong with it

    (Not that I give a hoot about what one does in their spare time, just don't pretend it is anything but what it is)
  9. I disagree. I personally wouldn't go there no matter how "cool" or "promoted" homosexuality is. I simply have a natural and instinctive sexual draw to women, period.

    I also find the thought of homosexual acts repulsive. That being said, I have had friendships with gays. I have befriended some gays who were brilliant business people and entrepreneurs, and exceptionaly talented artists. I have met gays who were in commited relationships of 15+ years.

    I realize how the pervasive PC machine quickly sweeps in both in it's media, and academic manifestations to manage perception about homosexuality and disease.

    That being the case. What consenting adults do in the privacy of their own homes is ultimately none of our business, at all.

    It is not our governments place to endorse one kind of sexuality over another, and I certainly don't want to charge it with yet another task, and create the "Ministry of Sexual orientation" or some absurd shit like that. Naturally- I believe in small government, don't you?

  10. Radical leftists are the problem, some of whom happen to be gay. Homosexuals would be better off putting as much distance as they can between themselves and the radical left, which is known to hi-jack any and all causes, which ultimately corrupts the primary purpose of the cause.
    #10     Jun 2, 2010