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GLAAD Sets Up Ministry of Propaganda to Silence Opponents of Homosexual Agenda Comments

In a sign of their growing intolerance of people who hold positions other than those of the Homosexual Cultural Revolution, the Media Watchdog Organization "GLAAD" (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) has issued a blacklist of commentators. This effort is called the "Commentator Accountability Project". The blacklist includes some people I know and admire. It also includes some of my favorite commentators in both the ... Continue Reading

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  1. Todd NJ
    2 years ago

    The technique being used by GLAAD is called jamming. It's part of a campaign outlined in the book After the Ball by Kirk and Madsen (Doubleday 1989) that aims at helping people conquer their fear of gays through the “conversion of the average American’s emotions, mind, and will, through a planned psychological attack” (pg. 153).

  2. Roadrash
    2 years ago

    I've read and heard all or most of the "statements" of religious personalities that GLAAD has targeted. But I'm confused. Have not these statements been the speaker's honest opinion and spoken with no shame or regret? Contrary to reactionary articles, none of these statements and pronouncements have been misrepresented or taken out of context by GLAAD's project. They've only highlighted, verbatim, those opinions the speakers have not spoken about (or that the media fails to challenge) on national TV as guests or "network consultants".
    Why is the exposure of these statements so passionately objected to with accusations of attempted censorship, and not wholly owned and embraced by those who have uttered them? Just what are they afraid of?
    Well, could it be that these speakers and their defenders really know that these ostensibly sincere and honest opinions, that are normally spoken only to the choir, would nationally be considered repugnant and exposed as divisive and so damaging to them, that the media might think twice before continuing to offer them a forum as representives of current political or religious thought?
    Hey...I'm no longer confused.

  3. JAL
    2 years ago

    If GLAAD is intolerant of criticism, they are intolerant.
    Yet they demand to be tolerated, accepted and emulated.

  4. Alex
    2 years ago

    Why can't I find people in real life that are like the people who post here? Man I feel so alone sometimes.

  5. SammySeattle
    2 years ago

    How are direct quotes "propaganda"?

  6. Steve
    2 years ago

    This is history repeating itself. The Nazi's had a minister of propaganda, to skew the truth against the Jews so as to prepare the public mind for subsequent persecution of the Jews. We Catholics will be persecuted sooner rather than later. Prepare for it. It's coming. The Constitution is dead. It was killed by those tasked with protecting it, who became politicized. Religious freedom is on its last leg.

  7. a.mcewen
    2 years ago

    Seems to be that these people are on this list - not a black list - because they have made statements which they make it a point NOT to repeat when interviewed by the media. If these statements are a way of these folks standing on God's word, then why are they afraid to repeat them when asked for their positions by the media. True people of God don't blow hot and cold, they are straight up all the time. GLAAD is merely exposing hypocrisy and deception.

  8. Robert
    2 years ago

    Why must the Church impose it's will outside of it's community on the broader society?

    Gay marriage by the State is a recognition of commitment and related legal rights. Gay marriage by the Church is not required; the Church does not have to recognize or perform marriages.

    Let them get married by the State

  9. David E.
    2 years ago

    I would agree with you, Juneau Alaska, except I have my doubts about the strength of the Catholic Church in 300 years (at least in America and Europe). At this point, the Bishops are worse than "wrong" on this issue; they are irrelevant. And there's nothing worse than that. Their arguments are not being accepted, and the Church (which I consider to be the people, not the hierarchy) has moved beyond this issue and the issue of contraception. The Bishops pose, the bluster, but in reality, no one is really listening to them anymore. As well they shouldn't.

  10. Rob Tisinai
    2 years ago

    What is the problem here? There's no blacklist -- there's just a list of verbatim quotes that people have made on the record, with links to provide fuller context. How on earth is it "spying" when you simply repeat the words these commentators have made in the hope of reaching a wide audience? These speakers and writers should be thanking GLAAD for promoting their work, not crying foul.

    So really, what specific harm is being done here?


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