Skip to comments.How to react to a gay pride parade
Posted on 08/11/2019 10:13:54 PM PDT by Cronos
Płock, a city of 140,000 people about 100km north-west of Warsaw, in Poland, had a gay pride parade organized on Saturday.
My wife and I didn't know about them when we organized our weekend getaway, so were a bit ticked off when we found out. We went to the local zoo for the 4 hours (side note - the city is definitely worth visiting as is the zoo).
It turned out to be a bit of a non-event in my opinion.
The gay mafia are targeting different cities in Poland to have their "pride marches". The one in Płock was 1. Organized by non-locals 2. Bussed in 200 odd non-locals (nearly all Poles and youth mostly) to march. 3. Next to no locals participated in the march 4. A few people held up signs against the march like "Homosexuals want to teach your kids homosexeducation" "NO to homoterrorism" "This is not Christian" 5. Big police presence 6. No violence, no big flash
The gays must have been disappointed as this got no reaction from the town and no violence which is what they aimed to provoke.
I was debating with my wife on what would be the best approach to handle such gay marches sponsored by and nearly completely populated by non-locals: 1. Ignore them as the locals did? 2. Protest?
I felt option 1 was the better approach - it gave them no news. My wife objected and said that if we just ignore, then it becomes "this is acceptable -- look at the USA for instance, where homosexuality is acceptable and 'normal'" -- and she had a point.
What should be the approach in your opinion?
The sign reads "Enough of foreign sponsorship of LGBT propaganda" -- note that the American ambassador to Poland was pro-this parade.
What could go wrong after promoting global homo...
Pucking in public is not a criminal act
What to do? Buying an emetic and barfing in front of the deviants comes to mind.
But, that might excite them into some sort of depraved acts.
I never quite understood exactly why they are proud for taking a d*** up their a****. Isn’t that really what they are saying?
If you want to see something fun, go be in it or watch it. Talk about a colorful circus come to town. Think of Bourbon Street in New Orleans during Marti gra but backed down a few notches.
We saw the 4th of July parade in Ft. Wayne, IN. A local LGBT organization were one of the groups in it. What I found a bit amusing was that there were also quite a few acting and dance troupes who also participated, and they no doubt actually had more LGBTers in those groups. While most homosexuals would rather not make a big deal of their sexuality, there’s a reason why long ago they were referred to in “polite society” as “theatrical”.
That’s last month in bialystock city
I don’t get the “pride” part also.
It’s a flat-out denial of the overwhelmingly destructive nature of the practice, a pretense that there is nothing to be ashamed about for engaging in it.
Makes sense to me.
There is nothing like the bright light on these folks to wake up the people to evil on their doorstep.
These people are ORGANIZED. Ignore them at your peril.
So then what kind of reaction do you propose?
“For their women exchanged their natural function for an unnatural and abnormal one,
And the men also turned from natural relations with women and were set ablaze (burning out, consumed) with lust for one anothermen committing shameful acts with men and suffering in their own bodies and personalities the inevitable consequences and penalty of their wrong-doing and going astray, which was [their] fitting retribution.”
(New Testament, Romans 1:26,27)
Ignoring them is how we got here.
“Sodom and Gomorrah and the adjacent cities who, in the same way as these men today, gave themselves up to sexual immorality and perversion, stand in their punishment as a permanent warning of the fire of judgment.”
(New Testament, Jude 1:7)
Don’t know. It says it was in Plock. Posted 20 hours ago.
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