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Gay Fascist Attacks on Mormons and Prince

Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2008 5:16 PM
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Subject: Hollwood Blacklist : We are all Mormons - - the Aftermath of Prop 8

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Hollwood Blacklist : We are all Mormons

By Shawn Steel

November 26, 2008

Richard Raddon, LA Film Festival's director was hounded from his job because he is a Mormon who gave $1500.00 to a proposition that supports that marriage is between a man and a woman.





Scott Eckern, Artistic director of the California Musical Theater, for 26 years earned the wrath of the Gay Fascist Left who demanded his head. Eckern also a Mormon was forced out of his job. His action was to write a check for $1000 for Proposition 8. His sister is a lesbian and they are close. But he chose to exercise his constitutional rights and it cost him his career.



Majorie Chrisofferson, a manager for El Coyote restaurant, gave only a $100 and her employers and business is getting trashed.


Even Prince, the 80's rocker, who is now a recent Jehovah's Witness convert, is being maligned for supporting the Bible's pro marriage messages.


There is a great deal of hatred over this proposition. But it principally comes from the Gay Left.

Churches are vandalized and picketed. Mormons while attending their churches are attacked. Terror threats have reached into the Mormon Temple in West LA and Salt Lake , with powdery white substances, looking like anthrax, are mailed.


The attacks, mass demonstrations, public incitements, hysterical articles, terror threats are part of the new militancy of those who failed in the ballot box. Instead of marching into the black communities, who voted for Prop 8 by over 70%, most attacks are against the Mormon Church which has endured massacres and attacks for over 160 years.

Ironically Hollywood constantly raises the 1950's as a wicked period of McCarthite Blacklisting. That period involved some writers who were actually pro Joe Stalin. Despite Stalin mass murdering reputation and massive slave state, Hollywood still defends the far left blacklisted writers.

Where is the ACLU? Where are the First Amendment liberals?

Obama, stated for the record that " my religious beliefs say that a marriage is something sanctified between a man and a woman". So why not picket and threaten the President Elect?

Bill Condon, gay and Oscar winning screenwriter, challenges the Gay Left defending Richard Raddon's religious rights. But he is virtually alone.

It is argued the anger and violence emanates from the bloggers and grass roots. If so, then we are witnessing a growth of a new fascist mentality. Not unlike prior fascist movements. The new 'direct action" campaigns by the Gay Left is more evidence that we are hurtling into the Politically Correct Fascist Age.

But the militancy is costing the good will and reputation of opponents of Prop 8. Preaching love and tolerance, the Prop No advocates have turned fiercely ugly. Most Americans are offended by this aggression.

The answer is to resist the growth of any form of Fascism. As Dennis Prager suggested today - - - - We are all Mormons.

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