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Different standards for ‘gay’ bakers and Christian bakers
With numerous lawsuits being filed against Christian bakers over the past few years for respectfully declining to compromise their conscience by not filling orders for “gay” or lesbian marriage wedding cakes, a bit of irony recently surfaced when the tables were switched on the LGBT community — when pro-homosexual bakers were asked to make cakes opposing their cause.
With the objective of revealing if tolerance, anti-bigotry and compassion are really at the heart of the homosexual agenda when it comes to same-sex “marriage,” Shoebat.com made some not-so-startling observations about those who profess to stand for open-mindedness and acceptance.
Testing their true spirit, Theodore Shoebat set out on a quest with his website crew to see how bakers advocating homosexual behavior respond when asked to bake a cake for those who don’t reflect their progressive views on homosexuality. But before going into their findings, Shoebat showcased the sheer lack of tolerance that lawsuits and subsequent rulings have demonstrated against those who refuse to support the homosexual agenda due to their sincerely held religious convictions.
“Christian bakeries that refuse to make pro-homosexual marriage cakes are getting sued left, right, and center,” Shoebat asserts. “They get fined, they get death threats, and they lose their businesses.”
And besides Christian bakers, many marriage photographers, wedding planners, florists and reception hall owners are also under attack for opposing same-sex marriage and declining to offer homosexual partners their wedding services.
Let the experiment begin …
When Shoebat.com set out and contacted 13 popular bakers that publicly support same-sex marriage, requesting them to bake a cake displaying the message, “Gay marriage is wrong,” a less-than-tolerant response was invoked.
All of the LGBT-friendly respondents didn’t meet their own standards of understanding, tolerance and inclusion. “Each one denied us service, and even used deviant insults and obscenities against us,” Shoebat reported.
Remarks such as “Go away” and “We won’t serve you” were amongst the more tame responses, which graduated to expletive-laden tirades condemning the potential customers for their “intolerance.”
“One baker even said that she would make me a cookie with a large phallus on it just to insult us because we are Christian,” Shoebat continued. “We recorded all of this in a video that will stun the American people as to how militant and intolerant the homosexual bakers were.”
And the outbursts didn’t stop there, as many of the homosexual business owners receiving the potential orders gave Shoebat callbacks condemning the prospective clients for making such “insensitive” requests.
“[We received] a ton of hate messages saying that we were ‘hateful’ for simply giving them a taste of their own medicine,” Shoebat shared, recalling some of his conversations shortly after the experiment.
Reviewing the evidence
Noting what kind of reactions from the media that Christian bakers would have received had they responded in such a distasteful manner, Shoebat clarified exactly what his experiment divulged about the war against traditional marriage.
“Here is our point,” Shoebat explained. “A Christian making a homosexual cake with ‘Support Gay Marriage’ goes against his faith, and a homosexual putting ‘Gay Marriage Is Wrong’ goes against his faith as well.”
Shoebat extrapolated on his observations.
“Now of course we honor their right to say no; this is not the issue, but what about honoring the Christian’s right to also say no?” Shoebat posed. “The big lie of the homosexual agenda is this: They claim that they are only fighting for equality and tolerance.”
Shoebat went on to remind homosexual activists that they live in a free country where soldiers died to give Americans the right to agree and disagree — also known as the freedom of speech.
“Men and women bled for your right to be free to call us ‘bigoted,’ ‘phobic’ ‘hate mongers,’ but the same men and women who bled and died for your right to call us ‘bigoted,’ ‘phobic’ ‘hate mongers’ also died for our right to be free and not to care,” Shoebat continued.
Leftists or elitists?
Referring to one of the responses he received from a pro-homosexual baker, Shoebat demonstrated the elitist and discriminatory language and mindset shared by many in the LGBT community.
“Are you aware that we gays have larger brains, superior cognitive functions, spatial memory and verbal skills?” an LGBT-supporting baker said to Shoebat on the phone in response to his order. “It’s a biological fact of life.”
Shoebat says that those kind of responses showcase the very dangerous temperament shared by many in the homosexual movement — a mindset eerily reminiscent of notorious fascists and dictators of the not-so-distant past.
“The Nazis and others believe in such nonsense,” Shoebat insisted. “Tyrannies use false pseudo-science, and they all have a superiority complex.”
He is afraid that such a dangerous worldview can lead to genocides in the spirit of Darwin’s “natural selection” — the basis behind many evolutionists’ claim that some people are more evolved than others.
“It is the case with every deviant cult and tyrannical movement,” Shoebat argued. “Why target Christian bakeries in the first place? Such a view is no different than what Christoph Meiners promoted.”
Meiners argued that Negroes have smaller brains than all other humans, but bigger skulls.
“The gay agenda argues that straight folks have a smaller brain,” Shoebat highlighted. “So to all these who call us ‘bigoted’ ‘homophobic’ and such … in reality they are applying what is to be applied to them.”
Running Christians out of the wedding industry
But Leftist media sources continue to paint Christians on the other side of the same-sex marriage debate as the intolerant and elitist group. The New York Times recently posted a story titled “Can’t have your cake, gays are told, and a rights battle rises,” about a Christian baker in Colorado, Jack Phillips, who respectfully refused to bake a cake for a same-sex couple’s wedding because of his biblical convictions on marriage.
The Lakewood, Colorado-based baker’s same convictions have restricted him from honoring orders for Halloween cakes, erotic baked goodies and other cakes themed on practices that go against his Christian faith. But those objections don’t stir up as much controversy, Shoebat implies, because they do not have as well-defined and well-funded political agendas opposing them.
While the Rocky Mountain lawsuit moves forward in the courts, Phillips has been ordered to retrain his bakery employees so that they will become more homosexual-compliant toward their customers. Included on the list of bakery staff members who must yield their convictions to fall in line with the state-promoted homosexual agenda is Philips’ 87-year-old mother.
Other same-sex wedding cases listed off by the Times involve an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based Christianphotographer who was fined for not shooting a lesbian couple’s wedding; a Christian couple who were fined $13,000 for declining to host a lesbian wedding ceremony in their New York State farmhouse; Arlene’s Flowers and Gifts of Richland, Washington, whose owner was sued for not providing flowers for a gay wedding; a Phoenix, Arizona-based wedding planner who is being sued for not organizing a lesbian wedding and another bakery case; Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Gresham, Oregon, which had to shutter its business after refusing to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple.
There are now 35 states that have legalized same-sex marriage, leaving just 15 that honor marriage as only the union between one man and one woman. Legal action is already under way in the remaining traditional marriage states to overturn marriage amendments that protect traditional — or natural — marriage. In the 35 states conforming to the homosexual agenda on marriage, lawsuits continue to be rife, with many fearing that such legal action will usher in the extinction of Christians from the wedding industry.
Being fed-up with the intolerance and suing frenzy targeting Christians for not endorsing the new state-backed progressive ideals, Shoebat decided to give advocates of the homosexual agenda a taste of their own medicine by silencing their views — which happen to run in opposition to his own — on his website.
“There were a few folks upset, saying that we were not fair since we had no right to impose our anti-homosexual views to be posted on a cake made by pro homosexuals,” Shoebat concluded. “So we honored their rule and for the first time in our history, we deleted their views from our comment section since they had no right to post their anti-Shoebat views on our cake.”
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Reposted from GopUSA