Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Black Woman Stands Against Gay "Marriage"



This picture is of a young woman in North London in the U.K. As a marriage registrar she has pretty much the same type of duty as a justice of the peace in the U.S. If someone wants to get married and not go through a religious ceremony they can go to the wedding registrar, which in this case was Lilian Ladele.

She was brought before a government employment tribunal and charged with discrimination because she refused to officiate for a same sex "marriage". Lilian says she is a Christian and therefore is opposed to gay marriage. She appealed her termination and lost in court.

According to Reuters, the appeals court ruled that the need to outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation superseded Ladele’s arguments about religious freedom.
“Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger, said: ‘The legislature has decided that the requirements of a modern liberal democracy ... include outlawing discrimination in the provision of goods, facilities and services on grounds of sexual orientation, subject only to very limited exceptions,’” reported Reuters.

Okay, let me make a few comments about this.

1. This woman is obviously black, and yet I applaud her effort to stand up for traditional marriage (for the most part - I'll discuss that in a second) I get some of the craziest comments my post. There are always some very pornographic comments to be made about Mary, the mother of Jesus. I was suprised (a little) at how many folks commented and said that the poor little white boy who was burned was no big deal and they hoped he felt a lot of pain. And of course my desired death has been told to me in quite graphic terms. Most of those weirdos have some sort of sex/death thing in mind, so I hope they aren't one of your neighbors. Creepy! But the point is that I have no need to hate black people. When I point out the suffering of white people, it isn't because I doubt that others have suffered also. But rather white suffering is overlooked and that is wrong. While I do believe that all races should practice racial self-determination and should marry among their own race, I do not hate them. That would be illogical. And I have no problem if a black, Asian, or other person wants to follow the 10 Commandments, strive to live a good life, and pray to God.

2. I applaud this woman for standing up for traditional marriage. However, she is only standing up for part of traditional marriage. A few weeks ago, there was a justice of the peace in Louisiana who refused to marry an interracial couple. To him, that was crossing the line between traditional marriage and a modern view of marriage. I agree with him. The reason gay "marriage" is about to become completely legal in the U.S. as it is already in many other countries, is because first we legalized interracial marriage (it was a marriage between a black woman and a black man)and once that taboo was broken here come the queers! It really is that simple. Marriage is to be between the a man and woman and they must be of the same race. So if you are a Christian and you are upset about Gay marriage, you should stop and consider how it gained a foothold. And if you think I'm wrong, that is okay. But someday, you'll figure it out.

3. And my final comment is about the remarks make by the court in Ladel's case. They believe that the rights of sodomites exceeds the religious rights of Christians. That my friends, will soon happen here. Obama has signed the hate crime legislation which will add stiffer penalties to crimes committed out of hatred. Are there crimes NOT committed out of hatred. I can't really think of any. If a man steals, robs, or burgalizes someone, you may say that this is not out of hatred. But it is. The robber hates the one he steals from and thinks that person or family doesn't deserve what they possess. Perhaps this robber has a chip on his shoulder and thinks society owes him something. Most crime like this as well as white collar crimes are still acts of hate even if not violent. The perpetrater hates those who have what he wants. And crimes of violence are always hate related. So to add stiffer penalites because it is a "hate" crime is stupid. But that isn't what the law is about. It will start out like it did in Canada. First we will have a hate crime law and then we will have a hate speech law. And finally some fat cat politician or judge will tell Christians that the rights of sodomites exceed their rights. No, you can't talk about the Bible's admonition against homosexuality its just mean and hateful - off to jail you go! Yes, it sounds untrue. But if you can remember these comments years ahead, when it happens, just remember I told you so.

So, way to go Lilian! That is hard to do - standing up for Christian beliefs. Its even harder to stand up for traditional Christian beliefs including same race marriage partners. But who knows - maybe Lilian believes that way too - as it isn't just white folks who believe in racial integrity, there are others too. So whatever color you are, if you are taking a stand for traditonal marriage, Good for You!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

"According to Reuters, the appeals court ruled that the need to outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation superseded Ladele’s arguments about religious freedom.
“Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger, said: ‘The legislature has decided that the requirements of a modern liberal democracy ... include outlawing discrimination in the provision of goods, facilities and services on grounds of sexual orientation, subject only to very limited exceptions,’” reported Reuters." -Article

This makes sense. Did you read about the marriage license granter in LA., that rufused to approve a inter-racial marriage? I'm sure the same argument will be used.

carsencole said...

You are very wise in your thoughts. I applaud YOU for knowing what is Christian, White, and also within reason. I watched your show about Frosty and understood. I have a 4 year old daughter and the onslaught of sexual comments?/slurs? is scary. I'm trying to to get her saved and the TV is battling me, if that makes sense. Anyway, thank you for your time and thoughts. COLE

carsencole said...

You are very wise. I watched your show about Frosty and was appalled to say the least. There is so much sexual innuendo on TV I'm scared to let my little girl watch it sometimes. I'm trying to get her saved and the TV is battling me. We always say our prayers though!! Anyway, thank you for your thoughts and wisdom. COLE

thekloran said...

I agree I do not hate blacks though I really don't like the culture and what it is doing to our country but this lady is standing on a truth and I comend her for that. As for Gay marriage queers are beeing pushed on us like the dope others deal to our kids. Lets stay Seporate, Strong, White!

Anonymous said...

Ithink ever since OBAMA TGGK OVER AND ALL THIS BLACK POLATICIANS SUCH AS MAYORS GOVENORS HAVE JOIN TOGETHER AMERICA HAS GONE TO HELL.

Anonymous said...

Hi Rachel. My name is Ricky and I have e-mailed 'this is the klan' a few times expressing my opinions about you and Mr. Robb's commentary. This is the first time I read your blog, and I am profoundly pleased at knowing you have the ability to see past color lines regarding laws and scripture. You still believe in the separation of races, but I respect your view. I would like to say continue praising the lord so that the holy spirit will guide you to the kingdom of God. God bless you,your family, and your followers who have peaceful intentions.

Ricky

Anonymous said...

Hi there, I'm from the UK myself, I agree with the other Anonymous comment regarding you seeing past colour. I applaud you for doing so, God bless you and your family.

Anonymous said...

WHEN WILL YOU PPL GROW UP YOU ARE THE MINORITY AND PRETTY SOON THE WHOLE WORLD WILL BE BROWN SO HAVE FUN CAALLING YOURSELF A "CHRISTIAN" GOD TELLS US TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER. YOU PPL ARE SO FULL OF YOURSELVES, YOU ARE THE NEW NIGGERS OF THE EARTH AND SOONWE WILL ENSLAVE YOUR WHITE ASSES. BE PREPARED FOR THE REVOLUTION

Think About It ;) said...

I realize you probably won't post this, but here it goes. Why exactly do you feel that laws made in the United States should follow Christian commandments or the Bible? If you actually read the Constitution of this great country, you would see it clearly states that government and church should not combine, and the government should have no control over religion, while religion should have no control over government. Yet you seem content in making everyone else follow your views/opinions because it is your religion? That doesn't make logical sense to me. You wouldn't want the government outlawing Christianity, the same way others don't want the government outlawing their religion, or lack thereof. I'm not asking you to change your beliefs, but I do feel that you should take a serious look at what you actually stand for. Because from the outside looking in, you all sound like serious hypocrites.

Mikefreedom said...

Hi, I am a black Man and I agree with everything you posted. Peacefull separation of races in marriage is the only way to keep the integrity of marriage. Love your blogg keep up the good work.

Daniel said...

Marriage is an official bond between people who express love towards each other. If two individuals of the same sex express love towards each other, why should they be denied the right of marriage?

Anonymous said...

All crimes are not committed out of hate. There are other motives, and often the specific person that is affected in things such as robberies is not really considered. For example, if a man robs a 711, he is not robbing it because he hates the chain, or because he hates that 711 has more chips than he does or money. The man does not harbor anger towards the chain or the man behind the counter, he just wants what he wants for food, drugs, or whatever else...hate motivates crime for certain, but not all crime. Although I would not say I have an agreement with what you are a part of what you stand for I will say that the person who commented saying that the laws don't have to follow the commandments and so forth is mostly wrong. I am a Christian, and our laws do mirror Christian doctrine. It is unnatural for people to abstain from acting out of self interest which leads to things such as adultery, theft, etc. Those principles were first taught by God. Also, the separation of church and state first began to keep the government out of the church, not the other way around. I believe people should have their rights to believe what they will religiously, because its only for God to judge what is right and wrong, and we cannot take it upon ourselves to condemn another for those beliefs, we must simply do as God says and live in love.