Friday, May 01, 2009

Homofascism All The Rage In Brazil
What happened to hot chicks in bikinis?

WARNING!! Harsh language alert!!

Just for questioning homosexuality, you can now be imprisoned in Brazil. Not for committing an assault against a queer, not for theft from a queer, just if you dare criticize them.

No... not just question or criticize, just say something that offends them. Quicker than you can say Adeus Infected Dick Sucker, your ass'll be in the hoosegow.

Here's some of the article from LifeSiteNews.com; (Emphasis mine)
Brazilian President Will Seek to "Criminalize Words and Acts Offensive to Homosexuality"

BELEN, BRAZIL, April 30, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Brazilian President Luiz Lula is promising homosexual leaders that he will continue to seek to
criminalize speech that is critical of homosexuality.

In a written address delivered to the Third Congress of the Brazilian Association of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Transvestites, and Transsexuals (ABGLT), Lula denounced groups, most of them Christian, who have objected to plans to outlaw such speech, calling them "hypocrites."

"Some backward as well as hypocritical sectors ... have criticized our government for supporting initiatives that criminalize words or acts that are offensive to homosexuality," he wrote. "That has no importance. I will continue, with the support of the entire government, to maintain that attitude."

As LifeSiteNews has reported in the past, Lula has for several years sought to pass a "homophobia law" that would make it a crime to criticize homosexual behavior.

Although he has failed to achieve his goal as of yet, in many cases Brazilian courts already enforce existing laws as if they prohibit such speech. Religious groups and individuals have been censored and fined for criticizing homosexual behavior, including one organization whose pro-family campaign was canceled by court order.

Julio Severo, one of Brazil's most famous pro-life and pro-family activists, fled the country recently after investigators sought his address following a complaint of "homophobia" lodged against him. He now lives in exile in an undisclosed location (see LifeSiteNews coverage at
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2009/apr/09040914.html).

5 Comments:

Blogger Subvet said...

"Religious groups and individuals have been censored and fined for criticizing homosexual behavior..."

It's coming our way, just look to Canada for proof of that.

11:48 AM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

Subvet,
It's already here!!!! The House of Reps passed a "hate crimes" against homosexuals, et al today. Some members tried to amend the bill by inserting an exception for relious speech and it was defeated! Now priests and other religious leadesr could be prosecuted for teaching that taking it up the poop chute is a sin.

8:23 PM  
Blogger Greta said...

This is only the beginning of what this adminstration plans on in the area of free speech. If anyone doubts we are headed to a venezuala style government, they ought to wake up.

11:47 PM  
Blogger Theophilus said...

The president will criminalize 95% of the Brazilian population who believe homosexuality is a deviant behavior.
He is a radical socialist following the path invented by Antonio Gramsci that first you destroy the family, religion and traditional values, and only after that you start socializing all the other remaining spheres of life.
People are in a very difficult situation down there as the next presidential elections will have only liberal candidates.

3:29 PM  
Blogger Carl said...

This is why I invented the word "heteroseparatist." (Google for full definition.) I don't hate the gays, I just don't believe that they can be born that way, and I choose to not associate with them. "Gay" describes behavior, not race or gender.

10:05 AM  

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