Sunday, September 28, 2014

be careful what you wish for

"This interview, if and when it does occur, will either prove to be a game changer or just more of the same."

I wrote the above back on September 22.

Seems that I was proven right, for all the wrong reasons.

This is the first time in which I can ever recall having both an interviewer and interviewee quitting their jobs so as to avoid discussing a topic that has become sacrosanct, the internalized systematic and pervasive mistreatment of individuals on the basis of their membership in a disadvantaged group.

Or in other words, the ongoing attempts by white gay men and trans women to openly use oppression as a weapon against women, children, and gay people.

I don't get this this. I just don't understand it.  I wish there was someone that could explain it but at this stage, what will happen is there will be more people cutting and running away from the problem.

In fact, it's already the case right now.  So far, my blog has received over 130 pageviews.  This might not mean much if anything to you, but for me, it's already my proof that gay and trans activists can commit get away with committing  murder and still get to keep their customers.

Why so? Because no one's willing to go on the record to support or oppose what I wrote.

It means I'm right.

Update: I've since learned the interview I was looking forward to, did, in fact, take place.  However none of the parites involved have explained why they are being coy.

how to get away with murder

No, this isn't a review of the legal drama about a law professor at a prestigious Philadelphia university who, with her students, becomes entwined in various murder plots.

It's a rhetorical, based on what seems to be a recurring theme here on ngblog.

The answer is become an equality advocate.  There, one is allowed to be dishonest and corrupt, create disharmony and get away with it.

Or maybe in Michelle Meow's case, pass yourself off as a radio and television host only to quit abruptly after a blogger calls you out for promoting the actions of a internet sociopath..

In anticipation of having someone tell me I'm wrong, here's why I'm not: I have no motive. I never had any long or short term goals in mind other than finding closure from the past.  I almost had it in 2007, but then the popular gay bloggers decided in their infinite wisdom that I was threat to their existence and they sold me out to a hatemonger who turned what originally was a private matter and the reason why became a activist and blogger into a national hysteria while they went on to advance their agenda through corporate sponsorship and get big business and government on their side to advance their whitewashed heteronormal pro transgender version of equality.

Not that there's anything wrong with the whitewashed heteronormal pro transgender version of equality, but there exists a problem, and the fact that no one is willing to discuss it, to the point where it becomes so obvious that some activists can openly invoke anti-gay tropes or worse, openly threaten to kill lesbian activists and their children because they have no desire to have sex with men or trans women, and actually get away with it, is leaving a stench.

It's unimaginable having people read this blog or being witness to these acts taking place on social media and offer no means of assistance. The real sad part of it all is I'm not the only one this has happened too.  It's happened before. It happens all the time, whenever some gay or lesbian person's personal problems becomes national news.

Name names, say or write you? Okay, I will.  Johnny Weir. Bryan Singer.  Kevin Clash. Bernard Baran?

Bernard who?

Bernard F. Baran, Jr. (May 25, 1965 – September 1, 2014) was wrongfully convicted in the day care sex abuse hysteria of the 1980s and 1990s that was spawned by the McMartin preschool trial. Unlike other day care cases, the Baran case garnered little national press coverage. The Baran case spanned almost 25 years from his arrest in October 1984 until all charges were dropped in June 2009. Baran maintained his innocence throughout his case, making him ineligible for parole. Baran was accused, tried and convicted within a three-month period and sentenced to three life sentences in January 1985. In 2009, the Massachusetts Appeals Court vacated the convictions, deeming the case "notorious," and citing the behavior of the original prosecutor as "troubling." Along with its importance as the first successful conviction, the Baran case is notable amongst the day-care cases for the level of homophobia present in the court record of the prosecution. The Baran case is the subject of the documentary film Freeing Bernie Baran.
Mr. Baran died suddenly on September 1, 2014, at his home in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. He was survived by his partner, David Colarusso.

I've read elsewhere Mr. Baran spent the remaining years of his "freedom" fearful of everyone and everything.

I find that very depressing.

By the word freedom is surrounded in quotes because the reality is few people are really free when they're released from prison.  I stole that last line/sentence from Judith Levine, so I hope she doesn't mind.  Hopefully Judith does turn out to be one of those activists who picks and chooses.  

I'm allergic to cafeteria activists.

Especially the ones being allowed to get away with murder.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

as i was saying...

As a blogger and activist, I am not very popular; that is, I don't enjoy the type of readership or following that other gay and lesbian advocacy writers or bloggers have.  I don't often get invited anywhere,  I have more unfollowers than I do followers on Twitter, I don't do Facebook, and it's unlikely I'll be joining Ello, the so called Facebook killer any time soon.  

The word on the street is this blog and it's writer should be avoided by all extremes and measures.

Not that any of this matters.  I've been an activist and blogger for ten years - my blogiversary is coming up soon - and despite all the backstabbing and scapegoating, I've persevered, often to little or no credit or success.

Am I bitter about it? Not necessarily.  I said or wrote a very long time ago that I was not looking to become a celebrity because of anything I've written here [and elsewhere].  I intend to keep that promise, insert asterisk here.

What I resent is the realization that for ten years, I've been subscribed to the belief that others are far more better qualified than I am to speak on LGBTQ matters only to end up disappointed by them.

This week turned out to be no exception.

This post was supposed to be about my reaction or response to an interview with that was, to my knowledge, air today on Swirl Radio with so called radio linguist Michelle Meow.  This interview, with Justin Allen Norwood, was one I was really looking forward to.  But the interview never happened.

So what did happened?

I'm not sure; but here's what did happen:

After running two other interviews Michelle, or Ms. Meow, ended the show by announcing she was leaving 960 The Patriot and taking a break to heal from all the hate she received from all this infighting taking place between the gays, lesbians, and transgenders.

That was then followed by Norwood announcing on Twitter that he was "taking a month long break from everything, " whatever that means.

It's unfortunate that I don't have conversations with anyone or that there will be no one to back me up when I write that I had predicted this is exactly what would happen.

The only supporting evidence I have is this blog, which no one allegedly reads but yet manages to generate hundreds of page views each week, and several tweets I sent to Justin in anticipation of his interview, which, by the way, went unanswered.

Or that I had cancelled writing about other matters.

It was an indicator of things were not going to turn out well; That, and Michelle using her GoDaddy webmail as an excuse not to write back.

So what now?

At the end of the day, this doesn't change anything for me.. I'm still going to keep writing about dishonest and corrupt gay and lesbian activists.    I still believe transgenderism has gone too far and will continue to blog about the dangers these people pose to women, children, and gays.  

What will change is allowing others to take the lead in exposing the infighting and hating in the LGBT.

But Nelson, says or writes from the internet wilderness:

Yeah. I have my work cut out for me.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

social media for the win and fail

Amid criticism I'm simply too controversial, here's some evidence of social media working for LGBTQ activists when they want it.

In Philadelphia, social media users provided a key assist in efforts to track down a dozen suspects in a brutal assault on two gay men in Center City.

On September 11, an assault took place against a gay couple in Center City, Philadelphia. They were approached by a group of unknown males and females. This group made disparaging remarks about their sexual orientation. and then pounced on the couple, with some of the suspects holding the victims while others punched them in the face, head and chest.

As police approached the scene, investigators say one of the suspects picked up a bag containing a cell phone, wallet, and credit cards belong to one of the victims. and fled.

But a neighborhood security camera caught the group either before or after the attacks, and hours after authorities released surveillance video, Twitter users helped out by identifying most of the identities of the group involved in the hate crime.

Social media for the win.

Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to hear from Michelle Meow, host of Swirl Radio and Swirl TV to clarify a tweet she sent out earlier this month in support of trans woman cyberstalker.

Michelle took to Twitter, briefly to write or tweet:

As I wrote earlier this year, I have, in fact, written to Michelle Meow, and it was of concern to a series of interviews she conducted with people who claim to be victims of hate within the LGBT community, but are themselves proponents of bullying within the LGBT community.

Michelle never responded to my concerns.   Nearly six months later, she now blames this on her GoDaddy webmail provider.

Perhaps Michelle should switch to GMail for Business.

To her credit, Michelle does appear to be having dialogue with others, but I'm not privy to those conversations.   I'm not sure I want to.  Don't Ask, Don't Tell might not exist anymore in the military but it's still a rule of law within the gay and lesbian community. It's hard to imagine that as I or we begin to wind down the year of 2014, I still find myself among gay and lesbian activists who go mute at the slightest hint of controversy.

Monday, September 22, 2014

swirling in motion, again

ngblog has learned that Michelle Meow (Michelle Sinhbandith), host of Swirl Radio and Swirl TV will be interviewing Justin Allen Norwood, an activist and blogger  who has become the latest person to run afoul of the transgender community for his opposition to transgenderism and his recent petition calling on Fallon Fox to be banned from the Women's MMA. 

Because of his views, Justin has opened himself up to personal attacks, specifically by someone Ms. Sinhbandith finds "beautiful."

I've written about Ms Sinhbandith before; The last time it was with regards to her a series of controversial interviews she held back in April with several people who claim to be victims of LGBTQ bullying but have been known to repeatedly harass, intimidate, bully and shame anyone who disagrees with them, including a sociopath Michelle apparently thinks is "beautiful."

By the way, did I mention that this person threatened to kill a lesbian activist and her children and loves invoking those tiresome "gays are pedophiles" tropes in some asinine attempt to prove he's not a homicidal maniac?

Because, I suppose, it bears repeating, yes I do have a past and a internet history I'm not proud of.  But I went to prison for it and done the time for the crime.  For the past ten years I've since become a vocal opponent and adversary of special interest groups, specifically those who use the gay rights movement as a shield to hide their perverted agenda.  Not that anyone ever notices that part; they all seem to want to dwell, twist, and distort one's past, while they demand you do the exact opposite with their past lives.

Does Michelle Meow know this? It's hard to say.  This past weekend, she tried to play herself off as a victim of some sort while granting herself impunity.

This interview, if and when it does occur, will either prove to be a game changer or just more of the same.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The NCLR helped Fallon Fox get licensed so he could beat an actual lesbian.

As per, Tamikka Brents, who fought Fallon Fox at a MMA event earlier this month in Springfield, Illinois, may have sustained career ending injuries. 

Ever since the fight, Fox has been harrasing Brents on social media, mocking her fighting skills.

That's not something I would describe as courageous.

What say NCLR?  TBC

Saturday, September 20, 2014

hrc's the export of hate


There is a network of American extremists who work tirelessly to undercut LGBT people around the world at every turn. They spew venomous rhetoric, outrageous theories, and discredited science. Some claim that LGBT people are responsible for the Holocaust, the Rwandan genocide, and the spread of HIV/AIDS. Others argue that LGBT people are luring away children, and that acceptance of LGBT people will lead to the destruction of families around the world. Some even suggest that the death penalty could be an appropriate punishment for simply being LGBT. It's time to take action {and put everyone on notice.}

And with that, the HRC (The Human Rights Campaign) has launched a video campaign titled, "The Export Of Hate," focusing on American born activists who work here and abroad campaigning against LGBT rights.

They include:
  • Paul Cameron; Chairman, Family Research Institute
  • Scott Lively; author, attorney, social activist and independent candidate for Governor of Massachusetts
  • Benjamin Bull, chief counsel, executive vice president executive director for Alllance Defending Freedom
  • Jordan Sekulow; Director of International Operations for American Center For Law And Justice
  • Peter LaBarbera; President of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality
  • Sharon Slater; President, Family Watch International
  • Robert Oscar Lopez; ex-gay activist employed as an associate professor of English at Cal State–Northridge and is a blogger at English Manif, American Thinker and other conservative publications.
  • Brian Brown; President, National Organization For Marriage
  • Larry Jacobs; Managing Director, World Congress Of Families
  • Brian Camenker; Founder, MassResistance
  • Mat Staver; founding member and chairman of Liberty Counsel, dean of Liberty University School of Law, activist lawyer and pastor
  • Michael Brown; American Messianic Jew, radio host, conservative and author
  • Janice Shaw Crouse; Conservative Women For America
It's quite an impressive list.  HRC looks like they spared no expense in hiring someone who can not only draw but knows how to use iMovie or Adobe Premiere.

Obviously, their effort has paid off despite the oversight; As one may have been reading elsewhere, the anti-gay extremists being called out are doing their best to twist and distort the HRC's internet based project, accusing them of fear mongering, venomous rhetoric,  and then some.

They would have reason to be afraid.

The videos don't lie. Their own words have come back to haunt them.

For example, here one's about Peter LaBarbera, founder of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality, and someone I know all too well (as in, there's a reason why his organization has been listed as hate group and I'm the reason why):

There's just one problem:  There's no audio narrative.  This video, and the others, if one listens instead of watch, appear to be supportive of the very people they're supposed to be putting on notice.

Or is it maybe the HRC isn't putting anyone on notice; they're putting these people on a pedestal?