Friday, October 31, 2014

no, tim cook is not a profile in courage

In addition to David Mixner, a former Clinton Administration advisor and gay rights activist, confessing to murdering eight people as an act of mercy,  the other big story of the week involves Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive, who came as gay in an editorial for Bloomberg Businessweek, stating in part, "I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me."

Here too, the gay media went overboard in its fawning coverage, calling Cook's... announcement? coming out? an act of courage and bravery.

Noah Michelson wrote he teared up when he read those words:
But the part of Cook's essay that actually had me tearing up as I walked to work this morning was this string of 12 simple words: "I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me."
Another contributor, Chris Wood, wrote:
For a company like Apple to stand at the forefront of diversity and equality issues as well as embracing a prominent gay CEO sends a message to businesses that to succeed, you need to embrace diversity and equality. Tim Cook has instantly made himself a role model for countless gay youth who can now point to a successful openly gay businessman and say, "I can do it too."tno,
The HRC (Human Rights Campaign) tweeted this:

Bitches, please.

Until this week, Mr. Cooks "homosexuality", take that gay PC police, has been one of the worst kept secrets in the never ending history of worst kept secrets.

Mr. Cook has a personal net worth of $400 million.  Since taking over, Apple has a net worth of $624 billion and counting according to one website. Does anyone really believe there would be negative repercussions of his coming out.

And therein, again, lies the problem.

What if Cook were some white trash businessman earning less than $400 a week?  You really think The HRC and Huffington Post Gay Voices would be fawning over him?

If anything, Cook is anything but courageous. Tim Cook is a coward, waiting until he was financially secure and no risk of being booted from his job, and that's an if on my part.

If he, Cook, really wants to impress me, have him open up a open a factory here in the South Bronx and create jobs with for people here instead of outsourcing to China; or maybe better still provide free laptops and iPads to schools that can't afford them, or stuck in bureaucracy of which there are many.  

Even better than better, Cook put money toward opening a new LGBTQ center.

The Tim Cook (or Apple) Bronx LGBTQ Center? Sure, why not?  

I'm not looking to be a curmudgeon.   In fact, I delayed this post thanks in part to listening to someone on rant about this very topic. I didn't want to be accused of plagiarizing or cutting and pasting, an ongoing phenomena which has befallen many gay blogs.

But this week, on top of everything else plaguing the gay and lesbian community, now we have gay white men imagining themselves they were blessed by God, one guy to commit mass murder, and another guy to help sell more Apple products.  As a blogger and activist, I just can't keep up anymore with the insanity.  We've finally hit the motherload.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

david mixner, serial killer

And to think i was being sarcastic when I wrote gay activists literally get away with murder:

On Monday, David Mixner, a former advisor to President Bill Clinton, admitted that during the first decade of the AIDS crisis, he assisted in the deaths of eight people, including his lover of twelve years.

Mixner made the admission on Monday during a performance of his one-man autobiographical stage show Oh Hell No!.

Read more:

Euthanasia is illegal here in the United States.

I went to prison for eight months and may have to undergo lifetime registration despite the charges being tantamount to a thought crime.  For the past seven years, I've also had to put up with an inordinate amount of grief from the gay community because of it.  This man murdered eight people and people want to think of him as a hero?

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

meanwhile, in puerto rico

Lambda Legal has filed their notice of appeal in the Puerto Rico marriage case. The case will be appealed to the First Circuit. Earlier this month, a federal judge upheld Puerto Rico’s ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that the issue is up to the island Legislature, not the courts, to decide.

Former President Jimmy Carter, who appointed Juan Perez Gimenez. the federal judge who issued the ruling in the Puerto Rico marriage case, thinks states should decide for themselves whether to allow gays to wed, proving, once again, with friends like these who needs enemies?

Oh, and for what its worth, Ricky Martin regrets the marriage equality decision in Puerto Rico.  He tweeted the following message earlier this month, as if he had anything to do with getting a law on the island which defines marriage exclusively as a union between a man and a woman declared unconstitutional.

Back in 2011, Martin was granted full citizenship in Spain so he could marry someone named Carlos Gonzalez.  They separated in January 2014.

Sorry to report, controversial Drag Queen entertainer and activist Alex Soto has spent the past month in a hospital in Puerto Rico because of diabetes related illnesses.  There's a story going around social media no one from the gay activist community has visited him while ironically several pastors, notorious for their homophobia, have. So it goes.

Friday, October 24, 2014

the politics of doxing

In the old days, it used to be whenever someone was doxxed or outed, it was considered an intervention, to prevent an individual, usually someone involved in religion and or politics mired in self loathing from committing harm to themselves and others.

What took place at Gallus Mag's expense is an act of malice.

Let's be clear about this: I have no idea who "Gallus Mag" is, so the reports of her alleged outing or doxing by trans activists cannot be confirmed or denied.  I cannot trust the source.  

The only thing I know is those trans activists are doubling down in their certainty they've identified someone they claim is a anti transgender terrorist, while Gallus Mag has been co-opting a famous line from the movie Spartacus, imagining  herself, or himself to be a roman gladiator leading an army of rebels in opposition to transgenderism to sell a t-shirt.

As a controversial blogger and activist who himself has had personal information published online, much of it with the intent to enforce collective guilt and blacklisting,  I probably won't be blogging about this at all had Gallus Mag come out of the closet and openly expose transgenderism for what it really is: A dangerous ideology.

But I am anyway, because transgenderism is indeed just that and there really shouldn't be anyone hiding.

And, once again, in anticipation, maybe, of having Gallus Mag or one of her supporters making their way onto my blog or social media and accuse me of victim blaming, I'm not.

The people involved in the outing or doxing claim, and this is a quote:
"The trans community has been terrorized by blogger Gallusmag of GenderTrender for the last several years. She has been one of the most vicious ones we have ever had to deal with."
Really? Last I checked, it seems the ones doing the terrorizing are the transgender community, constantly waging oppression against those who don't subscribe to their ideology, the latter not based on reality.

And what is that ideology?

It's one that stipulates that one’s gender identity is not determined by one’s biological organs. Thus a “female” might have male organs, and a “male” could have female organs and become pregnant.  That logic alone should have been enough to send these people out of our community - the same way that was done for other special interests whom proved to be danger and or burden to the gay rights movement -  but thanks to gay bloggers such as Pam Spaulding and Bil Browning, we've been forced to accept transgenders as being the real thing; our suspension of disbelief required as a moral imperative.

Anyone who says disagrees...well, this is what happens.

All the more ironic, even transgender activists admit gay rights are not transgender rights; so why is it Gallus Mag who is bearing the brunt of a very aggressive assault instead of us taking aggressive action against these mentally ill people calling themselves transgender?

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

michael sam cut again victim of the model minority or he just sucks at pro football?

Back in September I opined, in a post about Michael Sam being cut from the St Louis Rams, every single professional athlete who has made their coming out front page news has become a habitual loser in the sport they allegedly excel in.

And as to be expected, I received alot of hate for it, mostly in the form of ignorance; that's because the gay community like to write me off as somehow being "irrelevant."

Seven weeks later, I proved myself right.

On Tuesday, it was reported  Michael Sam was released Tuesday from the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. As to be expected, gay activists were quick, again, to shout homophobia, never taking into consideration Sam sucks at pro football.

I'm not being mean or sarcastic, but I do admit to a little bit of schadenfreude.   After all, who again was it that had a live TV crew in a house during the NFL draft?  And who was the guy who became the focus of a major rant by Keith Olbermann and other sports anchors across the country because he was gay?

It wasn't me, that's for sure.  I've been waiting on over seven years for someone to write  that story about me and all the abuse I've faced from gay rights activists, and why they continue to defend and protect the rights of bigots and the special interest (ex-gays, gay conservatives, transgenders) over my individual rights.  But no one will. I have to be dead or become a murder victim for that to happen.

For some reason, the gay community invited themselves a myth that because we're gay, we're perceived to have or posses a higher degree of success or moral standing than the population average.

When it comes to Michael Sam, obviously he was held to some higher standard. Maybe.  We'll never know for sure.

As as of right now, there are no openly gay players in any of the major sports (NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, or pro boxing.  Soccer is not considered a major sport.  Neither is the WWE. Orlando Cruz, who was scheduled to fight someone on Friday night live on Telemundo, had his fight cancelled, and no one here including the folks at Outsports  in their own piece about Michael Sam want to be reminded what he disappointment he has turned out to be.  And as for The MMA, the controversy remains whether Fallon Fox, a [homophobic and misogynist] trans woman ought to be allowed to fight women.

so much for el isla del incanto

A federal judge has upheld Puerto Rico’s ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that the issue is up to the island Legislature, not the courts, to decide.

According to news reports, US District Judge Juan Pérez-Giménez said that legalizing same-sex marriage would open the door to challenges that could legalize polygamous and incestuous marriages.

About that judge; as per Wikipedia:

On October 23, 1979, Pérez-Giménez was nominated by President Jimmy Carter to a new seat on the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico created by 92 Stat. 1629. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on December 5, 1979, and received his commission the following day. He served as chief judge from 1984–91, and assumed senior status on March 28, 2006.


Lambda Legal, which filed a lawsuit on behalf of several same sex couples on the island, has announced they will appeal the "abberant district court ruling."

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"when the dust settles."

So much for believing the gay community helping each other out in times of crisis.

A few days ago, I wrote about Lieutenant Colonel Ken Pinkela, someone who was prosecuted by the military for allegations of exposure to HIV, forced to register as a sex offender, and may have lost his home as a result of the former and latter.

Outraged, I contacted a few bloggers and activists in the hopes they can motivate the community into taking action. 

It's been done before; There was a hate crime incident in Philadelphia where social justice warriors quickly identified  suspects wanted in a hate crime attack, and there was the case of a gay youth who video of his family disowning him went viral and receiving thousands of dollars in online donations.  

Seems these two incidents were anomalies.

One gay blogger wrote back he wasn't going to write about because he needed Pinkela to do some groveling. The rest of the people I contacted seem to be suffering from a bad case of Googlephobia.  And this morning, a well known gay activist who lives here in New York finally wrote back and wrote, "my instinct is to let the dust settle, first."

What does that mean? It means there's an unwritten law that when it comes to gay sex offenders one must never acknowledge their existence until they're dead. Then and only then can someone write about how horrible their plight was. After all, how much harm can a gay sex offender cause a gay blogger's social standing? They're dead. They're just paying respects like they would for everyone else. right?

Meanwhile for the past two days, 
Jeremy Hooper and other popular gay bloggers have been creating all knds of fake outrage over some venue located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho called The Hitching Post where it seems until recently they used to perform civil as well as religious ceremonies until they decided to change its services following the legalization of marriage equality in Idaho.

However, from what I've read, City officials in say they have not received any formal complaints that the Hitching Post wedding chapel has violated the city's anti-discrimination ordinance.

So why the controversy?  Are Hooper et al. exposing yet another Conservative christian scam?  Bitches, please.

News flash: Anti-bigots are professional liars.  Homophobia is motivated by religious values.  If the owners of this so called business want to limit their business to a specific clientele that subscribes to their narrow minded views, let them.  Would be same sex couples looking to get married must not be obligated to hold their weddings there which to me seems to be the gist of the issue.

And if one wants more proof gay activists care more for anti-gay bigots than they do for gay people, Matt Stolhandske, a board member of Evangelicals for Marriage Equality and a contributor to The Purple Elephant, is raising money on behalf of Melissa and Aaron Klein., the Portland based christian bakery owners who are facing up to a $150,000 fine for refusing to make a cake for a lesbian couple’s wedding and have since been crying about going bankrupt.

I expect at any minute of reading about that gay activist attending Peter LaBarbera's annual banquet.