Est. May 2008

01 June, 2013

The Extortion Club

Extort: To obtain from another by coercion or intimidation.
Normally, when we think of the word ‘extortion’, we think of something more along the lines of blackmail - the exchange of money for something else of value, such as a child, wife, husband, or reputation.  But extortion doesn’t need to have a monetary aspect: all that’s needed is some form of intimidation and subsequent coercion (as the definition states) in order for it to work.

Thus we come to a particularly (at least from my perspective) heinous form of extortion, and one of the biggest extortion rackets around: the homosexual ‘rights’ movement.

Don’t believe me?  Here are a few examples:
GLAAD Pushes Boy Scouts to Now Lift Ban on Openly Gay Leaders, Volunteers: once the Boy Scouts voted to allow openly-homosexual youth membership, most people understood that GLAAD and the rest of them wouldn’t be satisfied; turns out we were right.

Report: DOJ requires employees to verbally affirm homosexuality: this is probably the most egregious example of all, in that the Department of Justice will no longer accept silence from anyone who disagrees with the homosexual agenda; no, you must openly affirm homosexuality - “Silence will be interpreted as disapproval.”

California Senate votes to revoke Boy Scouts' nonprofit status: because, of course, it’s not fair to say that youths can be openly homosexual, but not leaders, don’tchaknow?
Oh, and as far as tolerance is concerned, that’s old-fashioned:
‘Stupid Bible-Thumping…B**ch’: Bakery That Refused to Make Gay Couple’s Wedding Cake Speaks Out Amid Threats, Economic Woes
I could go on, but I think you get the point.

Notice the extortion: something obtained (open acknowledgment and approval of homosexuality) by coercion or intimidation (threats of lawsuits, cries of ‘homophobia’, and, in the last case, open threats against a business owner).  And there’s something else in play here: whenever you’re extorted – for anything at all – the extortion never stops; you give in at any point and they’ll just keep hammering at the crack they’ve made until the entire block shatters.

And once the block shatters, the foundation goes; once the foundation goes, the structure goes.

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