Tony Perkins: Help! I'm Being Oppressed!
"They will not be satisfied until those who hold to a traditional, natural view of marriage are completely silenced. They are so intent on accomplishing this that anyone and everyone who would challenge them must be silenced. And we are seeing this in the media, and now we’re seeing this into the marketplace. It’s an effort to stigmatize, to marginalize and ultimately to cause people to self-censor. I don’t think you can look at homosexuality and what is taking place without examining the spiritual dynamics here. This is essentially man shaking his fist in the face of God and saying I don’t need you, that we will do it our way. It is the height of humanism." - Hate group leader, white supremacist, and KKK donor Tony Perkins, complaining about the Change.org campaign urging major corporations to abandon a Christianist re-seller site.
RELATED: The Christians Give Back Group site was founded by nutjob actor Stephen Baldwin and nutjob stage dad Michael Lohan (father of Lindsey.) Many major corporations populate the site and portions of purchases made through CGBG links go back to fund anti-gay hate groups like Focus On The Family and the Family Research Council. After several big defections from the site, the Catholic League this week issued a demand that no more companies bow to "homosexualist extremists."
Radical proponents of gay marriage have taken the culture war to the marketplace. Rejecting diversity and tolerance, these activists have declared an economic war against any organization that embraces the Judeo-Christian understanding of marriage. They are now contacting retailers asking them to withdraw their association with CGBG, the online charity support group that helps to channel money to various worthwhile organizations, maintaining that some of the recipients are Christian "hate groups." This is a lie.
An anti-Christian force, Change.org, funded by George Soros, is the forum for these activists. Among the groups they have set their sights on is the Family Research Council, led by Tony Perkins. Perkins is an eminently decent man and a leader in the evangelical community. If these extremists get their way, they will silence the Christian voice. Which is why the bullies must be defeated. Right now, Catholics need to let three major companies know of their need not to follow the dictates of these anti-Christian forces: Netflix, Walgreens and Petco. We are not asking them to jump into the culture war on our side; we simply ask that they remain neutral.