“Same-sex” marriage proponents are some of the angriest, nastiest victors ever July 2, 2015Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society.
Of course they are, it’s not about the incremental victories, it’s about completely crushing any and all opposition. The rationalization – or really, mass hypnosis – can admit no dissent, lest it shatter of its own internal contradictions. Eventually it will, of course, anyway: God and nature can only be fooled for so long. Coupled with their desire to receive joyous affirmation from all and the silencing of any stubborn resistance, living a life so directly contrary to God and the natural laws He has instituted also feeds a gnawing discontent that never really goes away. Thus, we have the most miserable, angriest victors ever:
George Takei went on a racist rant Monday in an interview in Phoenix, unleashing on conservative Justice Clarence Thomas in response to Thomas’ comments regarding the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage, NewsBusters reported.
“He is a clown in blackface sitting on the Supreme Court. He gets me that angry. He doesn’t belong there,” Takei said, later adding, “This man does not belong on the Supreme Court. He is an embarrassment. He is a disgrace to America. I’ll say it on camera.”
Takei’s rage came in light of the Justice’s contrary stance on the recent equal marriage decision, where the Court ruled 5-4 that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage. Thomas released a statement saying that the government does not grant human dignity, and as such cannot take it away. Thomas argued that human dignity is inherent, and that the Supreme Court cannot issue it.
Why pick on Thomas? I know he earns special ire from leftists because he’s a man of African descent who has gone off the demonrat plantation, but his criticism of the decision was hardly the strongest. I’d say Scalia and Alito, the two strongest Catholics on the Supreme Court, had the most critical dissents. Scalia absolutely eviscerated the majority and stated that this country is no longer a democracy (in which case, maybe he should consider resigning, as Ann Barnhardt
suggests demands screams?). Why isn’t Takei going after him? Could it be that progressives are really projecting their own personal racism in all that super-secret dog-whistle racism they attribute to more conservative types?
George Takei is a little, little man. No kidding, I had dinner with him at County Line barbeque (on the hill) in Austin back in 1991. This was after the only Star Trek convention I ever attended (don’t ask, but those are exactly the kind of people who are feverishly progressive about things like pseudo-sodo-marriage). My friend thought it’d be a lark to be the only two normal people at the convention. We weren’t, not quite, but it was pretty close. A lot of special snowflakes and brittle Bettys there. Anyway, they had some drawing for having dinner out with major star George Takei, Sulu from Star Trek, and somehow we were two of six to win. So we went out to dinner with him, a couple of the convention organizers and the other 4.
When I say he’s little, I mean literally – the guy can’t be more than 5’2″. My mom is that height, and he could not have been any taller. But his stature was one of the least aspects of his smallness. I was going to say a whole bunch more, but I’ll pretty much leave it at this – have you ever been around someone whose every thought centers on themselves, who are literally incapable of imagining that the entire universe does not revolve around them? That was my experience of George Takei.
Maybe he just had a bad day. I should pray for him.
And I actually like a lot of Star Trek. Not nearly so much as I used to, since I came to recognize all the socialist propagandizing (especially in STTNG) and leftist cultural proselytizing, but some of the early episodes were quite good as were some of TNG – like the Borg and Q. I think Star Trek Deep Space 9 with the multi-season Dominion War saga and especially Elim Garak, my favorite Star Trek character of all time, was very good in that saga while being really bad just about everywhere else (intergalactic baseball? Vics? Please). Since then it’s really gone to crud, I could not stand either Voyager or Enterprise (and I don’t count the JJ Abrams product), but I’m hardly a hater. I went into that dinner quite excited at meeting a major Star Trek character, even if he had done almost nothing before or since. Boy was I let down.
Personal rant concluded. It’s hardly just Takei, he’s one example of hundreds.