Wednesday, September 12, 2012


"Focus on the Family" is a Judeo-Christian oriented "political thinktank" that is, in reality, nothing more than a bigoted hate-group spewing their poison into the ears of politicians in the government of the United States.

Recently, while conducting an interview with World Magazine -- a propaganda publishment for political-evangelicalism -- the recently appointed head of the hategroup, Jim Daily, made this comment:

"We're winning the younger generation on abortion, at least in theory. What about same-sex marriage? We're losing on that one, especially among the 20- and 30-somethings: 65 to 70 percent of them favor same-sex marriage. I don't know if that's going to change with a little more age-demographers would say probably not. We've probably lost that. I don't want to be extremist here, but I think we need to start calculating where we are in the culture."

(Bold is question, regular is the answer.)

As is typical, Jim Daily himself is a would-be tyrant -- a slobbering, slackjawed piece of filth that is just jealous he is a Baptist and not a Catholic, depriving him of protected access to the diddling of altar boys. I don't know how many more fat, sagging, old, male preachers (or senators, for that matter) that are caught fucking children or cruising bathroom stalls is needed until people start to realize these cads are nothing more than hypocrites. It is the Nietzschean concept of ressentiment -- to demonize that which you feel you cannot have, or feel too guilty to have. Slave morality at its worst.

What many of Daily's ilk fail to realize is that ultimately fail to realize is that their ashen husks are nothing more than bonemeal for the youth. In this digitized age of nigh infinite information, ancient Hebrew death cults cannot hope to survive. There is an inherent, though perhaps subconscious amongst the lesser intelligent, awakening of a postmodern, constructivist way of thinking -- that nothing is more important than individual liberty; that we live in a plastic world based on morality that is inherently hypocritical and subjective while trying to claim itself pious and objective.

If you think that their goal is any less than cultural domination (read: controlling Christians and non-Christians by use of the power of the State), you are wrong.

Quote Daily, "
Everything I'm trying to do at Focus on the Family is to win the culture."
As that thespian-turned-thief Reagan liked to say, "Weeeeeeeeeeell..."

Daily -- I've a piece of advice for you. Give up on the rest too -- and stop shoving your vile down the throats of who took the red pill.

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