Erik Rush has discovered just how unsafe:
Several pages on Facebook run by these homofascist operatives have compiled information on specific individuals. Their principals not only post scathing screeds about said “homophobes,” but they have gone as far as to contact their friends, family members, employers and clients. They have disseminated information about these “offenders” on those pages, for the express purpose of making the lives of these people as unpleasant as possible. Some have even lost their jobs as a result of employer retaliation by bosses who are “sympathetic to the cause.” It will probably not surprise that these militant homosexuals have a decidedly anti-Christian bent and that the majority of their targets are those of that faith. “Christer” is the salacious invective used on one page, usually with an even more insulting descriptor preceding.
The Culture War, often regarded as a myth, is still being waged, with increasing numbers of “casualties” among those who hold to traditional views about sexuality:
Relative to persecution and free speech, of course, liberals are consummate hypocrites, so a definite double standard exists relative to their tolerance of others’ beliefs versus their expectation for tolerance of their own. I have witnessed countless instances of their attacking individuals for such things as merely using the word “God” or quoting the Bible. In their unending proclivity for projection, liberals continually demonstrate that it is they who cannot live and let live.
A favorite “homofascist” epithet is “homophobe”, a dubious term in which Rush discovers linguistic subterfuge:
… one of the key arguments espoused by activists in this area maintains that those who possess traditional values suffer from an irrational fear of homosexuals – so let’s examine that claim.
The vernacular most commonly employed against these folks – homophobe – even carries the lexemic suffix of the word fear (“phobe”). It is the equivalent of sandbox intimidation, calling someone a “scaredy-cat” to elicit a predetermined behavior. It also places the onus of legitimizing one’s position squarely on the alleged homophobe rather than the practicing homosexual.
Clever, that …
Rush’s article — “Homofascist Stalkers Ruin Lives Via Social Media” — is on WND here.