Monday, September 29, 2014

Gay Activist Shows His Bigotry, Racism, and Antisemitism

Gay Activist Christopher Li-Reid showing his racism
Gay Activist Christopher Li-Reid  showing his antisemitism

UN Passes Pro Homosexuality Resolution, Which Israel Supported


UN Passes Pro Homosexuality Resolution

The United Nations Human "Rights" Council adoptedlandmark resolution shown below for LGBT "rights" during its 27th session on Friday, the second-ever motion of its kind. The resolution, which was heavily promoted by the U.S., was sponsored by Uruguay, Colombia, Brazil and Chile. Countries from every geographic region in the world joined as supporters.  

The action, which passed by a 25-14 vote margin countries listed below after more than an hour of debate, condemns violence and "discrimination" on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity across the globe. 

“We are pleased to see that today the international community is visibly and publicly upholding the rights of LGBT individuals, and thereby we demonstrate ourselves as a global community respecting the rights of all,” said Ambassador Keith Harper, who represents the U.S. on the U.N. Human Rights Council. 

Still, since the resolution comes with no enforcement capability thank God — it simply calls for a report from the U.N. high commissioner on LGBT "rights" abuses — it will likely largely be seen as a symbolic gesture, albeit it one that the U.N. has largely failed to make in the past. This resolution is "only" the second time the U.N. has referred to LGBT rights as “human rights.”

Not all of the reaction to the resolution was positive: Pakistan’s representative to the U.N. Human Rights Council called it a “divisive and controversial initiative.” 

We feel there is an attempt to impose uniculturality” that “runs counter to religious and cultural practices of some countries,” said Saudi Arabia’s representative during debate a broken Clock is right twice a day. “In my opinion, this [resolution] is a human rights violation.”

South Africa, considering their recent history of harsh "anti"-LGBT legislation has allowed same sex "marriage" for years and co sponsored the 2011 resolution, surprisingly backed the resolution. But Buzzfeed reports that insiders on the Human Rights Council say the African nation helped “water down” the resolution before lending its support.

A total of 21 countries either opposed or abstained from the resolution. Also — ironically in light of the sponsors of the resolution — Latin America accounts for almost 80% of the world’s reported murders of transgender people, with more than half of these deaths occurring in Brazil. showing that promoting perversion leads to more perversion

(MSNBC) highlights my additions


The U.S., along with Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Montenegro, Peru, Philippines, South Korea, South Africa murder central, Macedonia, the U.K., Venezuela and Vietnam voted for the proposal. 

Algeria, Botswana, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gabon, Indonesia, Kenya, Kuwait, Maldives, Morocco, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates opposed it. 

Burkina Faso, China, Congo, India, Kazakhstan, Namibia and Sierra Leone abstained. 

The U.N. Human "Rights" Council before the final vote rejected seven proposed amendments put forth by Egypt, Uganda, Pakistan, South Sudan and other countries that sought to strip LGBT-specific language from the proposal.

(washingtonblade) highlights my additions



Tragically Israel also supported this anti Jewish (Torah) Resolution bill making a complete mockery of the "Jewish" state


Statement by Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, on the UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, September 26, 2014


Samantha Power
U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations 
New York, NY
September 26, 2014


FOR IMMEDATE RELEASE
I am very pleased that the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution today to combat "discrimination" notice the emphasis is on "discrimination" which means not allowing a gay to be a Rosh Yeshiva, not violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons. This is only the second time in its history the Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution on LGBT "rights", and the first time it has done so with a majority of its members. This resolution mandates a much-needed UN report that will investigate and bring to the world’s attention the violence and "discrimination" faced by individuals around the world "simply" because of their sexual orientation and gender identity.


This has been an important week for advancing LGBT rights at the UN. Today’s adoption is another historic step forward. Yesterday, I joined Secretary Kerry remember the Tochicha in vayikra at the first UN high-level LGBT Ministerial event that was open to all UN delegations, as well as to representatives of civil society. The event was attended by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as well as by ministers from around the world. As Secretary Kerry said at the meeting, “we have a "moral" obligation to speak up against marginalization and persecution of LGBT persons. We have a "moral" obligation to promote societies that are more just and more "fair", more "tolerant".”

Across the globe, we still continue to witness acts of intimidation and persecution against LGBT persons "simply" because of who they are and who they love. Indeed, more than 75 countries around the world still maintain "discriminatory" laws aimed at LGBT individuals. We must do more to ensure that governments do not condone the jailing or killing of individuals because of their acting upon their supposed sexual orientation or gender identity.

The United States is "proud" to have worked with member states from every region in the world on this resolution, and we commend Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Uruguay for taking the lead in sponsoring it. We remain unwavering in our commitment to "advance" "equality" for LGBT persons at home and abroad. "Discrimination" against LGBT individuals exists in every corner of the world and we must continue working together to ensure that “all human "rights" for all” is truly a reality.
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(official statement) highlights my additions



Sunday, September 21, 2014

City Of Yerushalim Funds Gay Organization



Thanks To Ger$ Supporting Mayor Nir Barkat We Have This Chillul Hashem RL

Amid a large contingent of police, including a helicopter and officers on horseback, a relatively small number of gay and transgender men and women marched through the streets of the capital Thursday night in the annual Jerusalem Gay "Pride" parade.

According to Jerusalem Open House, which represents the city’s LBGT community, while the event normally attracts several thousand participants, two postponements during Operation Protective Edge diminished this year’s showing.

Nonetheless, roughly 2,000 people – gay and straight – marched downtown to support greater tolerance of the capital’s thousands of LBGT residents.

“Both of my sons are gay, and I’ve been volunteering for years at Tehila [a gay rights organization], which supports parents of LBGT people and helps them go through the process of acknowledging and accepting their children,” said Nita Klausner.

Asked to gauge the present level of tolerance for gay citizens, Klausner said she was heartened by inroads the city has made.

“Jerusalem’s come a long way in my eyes in accepting gays,” she said. “A lot of work has been done by the Open House – which is partially supported by the municipality – including funding for support groups, lectures, and activities during the High Holy Days for those who can’t go home to their families.”

Hannah, a heterosexual ex-pat from London, who requested her last name not be published, said she marched to encourage equal human rights for all the city’s residents.

“I believe that gay rights are human rights, and as a Zionist and someone who gave up a lot to live in this country, I believe it’s important to build a society that exemplifies the "anti Jewish" values I was taught by an apikores?,” she said.

“I think that Israel needs to be a home for everyone who lives here, and it makes me sad that this is more of a demonstration than a parade.”

Yuval Sadan, a 30-year-old gay Jerusalemite, described the parade as an important reminder that a sizable gay community lives in the city and should be treated with respect.

“The parade is important in many ways,” said Sadan.

“It’s important that people remember that we want to live and prosper here. It’s also important that the gay community shows itself in the capital, especially at this time when there is a call for tolerance.”

Citing the rioting that engulfed the city following the murders of yeshiva students Eyal Yifrah, Gil-Ad Shaer, and Naftali Fraenkel which took place during gay "pride" week – compounded by the revenge slaying of Muhammad Abu Khdeir – Sadan added that much work remains to achieve a truly pluralistic community.

“Jerusalem still suffers from a lack of tolerance,” he said wearily.

Noa Luzzati, an 18-year-old lesbian from Modi’in, echoed Sadan’s sentiments.

“Here people don’t accept gay people as they do in Tel Aviv,” she said. “One of the reasons is that the government is based here and many of the religious people are homophobic. So I don’t feel safe here.”
(Jerusalem Post) highlights nesserery additions

Friday, September 19, 2014

Agudas Yisroel Makes Fundraiser for Same Sex "Marriage" Orchestrator

NYGov – Cuomo Meets Agudath Israel Board Ahead Of Jewish Fundraiser in Flatbush

Governor Andrew Cuomo was back in Brooklyn on Monday trying to secure a super majority in his reelection bid, by courting the "Orthodox" Jewish community’s support at the early stages of the general election.

The governor attended a fundraiser Monday evening at the home of Sol Werdiger, chairman of Agudath Israel of America’s board of trustees, in Flatbush.

Prior to the fundraiser, Cuomo met with members of Agudath Israel’s board and community leaders, two sources told JP. During the meeting, the governor pledged to do a greater effort to pass the Education Tax Investment Credit in next year’s session, one source said. “He was very positive and promising.”


The Education Tax credit bill introduced the NY Senate during the 2013 legislative session. But it was not included in this year’s budget deal and did not reach the floor at the end of the legislative session, despite fierce lobbying on the issue by Jewish and Catholic advocacy groups.

“The Cuomo Administration has a strong legislative record in support of the Jewish slight correction for accuracy cross out Jewish and replace it with LGBT-community, including policies supported by "Orthodox" Jewish organizations and leaders like sane sex "marriage", casinos near our summer camps etc.,” Elbert Garcia, a spokesperson for Gov. Cuomo, told JP at the time. “Although some proposals we support did not pass the Legislature this session (such as the Education Investment Tax Credit the bathroom bill otherwise know as Genda, a bill to ban therapy that would help overcome homosexual desires a practice that was endorsed by approximately 200 rabbis), we remain committed to these policies and to working with leaders and community members to move these issues forward.”

Republican gubernatorial hopeful Rob Astorino, during his acceptance speech at the GOP convention in May, promised to pass the Education investment Tax Credit if elected as governor. “To those who have been waiting for an Education Investment Tax Credit in this state… I want you to know that when I make a promise to you, I’ll keep it. We will have an Education Investment Tax Credit in 2015,” he proclaimed.
(jpupdates) highlights my additions Orchestrator

Thursday, September 18, 2014

David Greenfield YMS "Thinks" Voting For Cuomo Is A "Mitzva"

David Greenfield YMS "Thinks" Voting For Cuomo Is A "Mitzva"
Brooklyn Council Member David Greenfield on last Tuesday encouraged Jewish voters in the southern part of Brooklyn to come out and vote on primary day for Governor Andrew Cuomo and his running mate, Kathy Hochul, or face political consequences never mind the Torah.
Addressing some 500 members of the Orthodox Jewish community, gathered at the annual dinner of ‘Rav Chesed’ organization in Borough Park, Greenfield stressed that the reason the community sometimes gets under-funded or feels ignored is the result of a low turnout on Election Day and the fact that even those who vote trade their vote away for nothing, so every single politician knows the Jewish community stands for nothing and only votes for the front-runner so they come to us only after they secure a majority of goyim.
“In politics, if you want to get things done and if you want people to respect you, they need to be afraid of you. And being afraid of you doesn’t mean we have to carry big sticks or be mean, afraid comes down to basic respect. And the only thing that matters, when it comes to politics, is: do people come out and show up to vote on primary day and election day,” said Greenfield more accurately politicians have to be afraid that you will vote against them, the problem is the Jewish community almost never votes against politicians who hurt us, voting for people who hurt us only means we are telling the whole world we don't care what you will do because we are stupid and will vote for you anyways.
Greenfield went on to decry the lack of accomplishments due to a lazy voting effort in the community. “If you look at the conversation that’s happening today, politically in New York, it is not about our community,” he said. “We are the fastest growing community in NYC, with a half million Orthodox Jews in New York” 
Ahead of next week’s primary day, Greenfield noted that there’s only one choice for the community – the Cuomo/Hochul same sex "marriage" ticket.
‘This election is very important,” he explained, “because the governor has been a good governor to the gay community and has worked with us Jewish kappos on a lot of issues. He’s getting a challenge, not from the left, but from the extreme left – the ultra-left…  They are looking to see who’s going to come out and support us as a reward for passing same sex "marriage"? Will our community come out and support us as a reward for passing same sex "marriage"?”  unfortunately the answer was yes the "Orthodox Jewish community supports same sex "marriage" completely
I ask you, this Elul, do one extra Mitzvah: go out and vote next week in the primary. And when you’re out there, make sure to look on the ballot and vote for Andrew Cuomo and Kathy Hochul – people who we can work with to pass every single reshus like genda which would force jewish stores to hire men in dresses,” he concluded.
As reported earlier today, the two competing Satmar YMS factions came together on Wednesday in a united effort to reelect Governor Andrew Cuomo and help his running mate Kathy Hochul overcome her competitive primary challenge from the left.
A similar effort is being done at the grassroots level in Borough Park, in which the Fake Orthodox Jewish  community’s political leaders, along with the various institutions will aggressively reach out to voters to come out on primary day next Tuesday.
(jpupdates) highlights our additional comments


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Homosexuality No Longer Going To Blocked By Internet Filter Company

Symantec halts search filter's block of gay websites

SAN JOSE -- A popular online "safe"-search filter is ending its practice of blocking links to mainstream gay and lesbian advocacy groups for users hoping to avoid obscene sites.
For several years, top Web-filtering services have been resolving a security over-reach that conflated gay rights websites with child porn, blocking both from web surfers using safe-search software. Now Symantec, one of a handful of key players in the content-filtering market, is joining the push.
Online security firm Symantec told The Associated Press that while customers can still set their search to block offensive websites, there will no longer be an option to block websites just because they relate to sexual orientation.
"Making this change was not only the "right" thing to do, it was a good business decision," said Fran Rosch, executive vice president, Norton Business Unit, Symantec in a Tuesday announcement. "Having a category in place that could be used to filter out all LGBT-oriented sites was inconsistent with Symantec's "values" and the mission of our software."
Symantec's shift, which came after customers at an Au Bon Pain cafe and bakery blogged in January that the free Wi-Fi was blocking access to advocacy groups, is the latest in a series of Internet-filter revamps prompted after frustrated Web searchers found human rights campaigns and gay advocacy groups were being grouped together with child porn sites by some Web-content monitors, which then prevented users from clicking on them.

Internet filters are mandatory in most public schools and libraries, and they are frequently used as well by anyone offering Wi-Fi, from airports to cafes. They can limit students and patrons from browsing obscene or inappropriate content. But many of those filters have blocked appropriate and important content.
In 2011, the American Civil Liberties Union launched a "Don't Filter Me" campaign specifically aimed at getting public schools to allow students to look at non-sexual websites about LGBT issues and organizations. ACLU attorney Joshua Block said that at the time, they had "a gazillion complaints" about Internet filters, but in recent months, as many software firms have revised their systems, they've heard few grievances.
"Symantec is a little bit behind the curve on this," said Block, who helped lead that campaign. "Most of the leading Internet-filtering companies have already eliminated these sorts of filters from their own systems."


Analyst Bryan Fischer at the conservative American Family Association said some people consider websites advocating gay rights as dangerous propaganda and should be allowed to block them.
"Symantec is simply wrong to deny their customers this option," he said.
GLAAD, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender media advocacy organization, along with The Trevor Project, a youth suicide prevention program, were among those that until now were blocked by Symantec's software, and they are still blocked by several major systems.
GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said the change shows that "Symantec gets it."
"It's time that our software reflects our values, and that means filtering out discrimination," she said Monday in advance of the announcement.
Web-filtering systems, including McAfee, Blue Coat, Websense and Netsweeper, divide millions of Web addresses into categories like nudity, marijuana, cults or war games and then allow the network owner to select what categories they want blocked from their systems.
Symantec's Web-content database, which is used by its Web-content filtering and parental-control programs, dates to 1996 and is one of the largest in the industry, including billions of Web pages from around the world.
Symantec, the fourth-largest software company in the world, said the lifestyle-sexual orientation category has been removed from its databases, but that it's still being implemented in some products. The Mountain View, California-based firm said it's also taking a broader look at all of the categories in this database, and it will be eliminating any others that are similarly outdated.
(AP)

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Rally To Protest Yerushalayim's gay pride parade in Yerushalayim





Gay Parade in Jerusalem Brings Disaster on Israel


For the past decade, the gay "pride" community has been holding an annual parade through the streets of Jerusalem, much to the vexation of most of the city’s Jewish, Christian and Muslim residents.
Postponed by the summer’s Gaza war, this year’s “pride parade” will be held next Thursday.
In more recent years public outcry against the parade has died down somewhat as most Israelis are focused on other threats, like the Hamas military buildup in Gaza.
But at least one activist is raising an alarm, warning that such a public embrace of homosexuality is no less dangerous than any other threat to national security.
“[Former Jerusalem Mayor Ehud] Olmert started this trend 11 years ago, and unfortunately every time this parade took place disaster befell the people of Israel,” asserted Ephraim Holtzberg in an interview with Arutz Sheva radio.
Holtzberg has helped organize a large rally in Jerusalem’s Shabbat Square for next week to protest the gay pride event, noting that “more than 90 percent of residents oppose this parade. This is the holy city, and this kind of parade has no place here.”
He further insisted that the public’s more recent acceptance of the pride parade as inevitable is “being exploited by [the homosexual community] to defy God. …They are playing with fire.”
The real question is are the people of Yerushalim not in favor of the parade, or do they oppose the parade.

remember the charadim got out 600,000 people to protest the draft, 600,000 people protesting the parade will make this the last parade ever to be held in Yerushalim


JERUSALEM "PRIDE" WILL GO FORTH NEXT WEEK

Author: Tom Canning
Source: Jerusalem Open House
Published: September 10, 2014
Despite recent violence, the Jerusalem March for "Pride" and "Tolerance" will finally be held next week : The Jerusalem "Pride" March was twice postponed the summer following the recent violence on the streets of Jerusalem and operation ‘Protective Edge’ in Gaza.
The March will be held on September 18th, starting at 5pm in Hapa’amon Park and finishing in Independence Park.
The pride march will be produced by the ‘Jerusalem Open House for "Pride" and "Tolerance"’ (JOH).
After all but a few "Pride" events were canceled in Israel this summer, the LGBTQ community in Jerusalem decided to go ahead with their original plans to hold the event with a message of "hope" and "toleranc"e for the troubled city.

In July, The name of the JOH was caught-up in the investigation of the racist murder of 16 year old, Muhammad Abu Khdeir, following a forged statement exploiting the JOH to claim that Abu Khadeir was gay and murdered in an honor killing.

Elinor Sidi, Executive Director of the JOH: “The LGBTQ community in Jerusalem is an "integral" part of the city. Our decision to postpone the Jerusalem "Pride" March was made with a heavy heart and in deep solidarity with the social fabric of Jerusalem. Following our turbulent summer, fall is beginning to show its signs, and with it we begin the long and complex process of "healing" for community. "Pride" is about creating a city "all" Jerusalemites can feel at home in and we hope that all people; Gay or Straight, Left or Right, Jewish, Muslim or Christian, will be there and take this stand with us.”

Friday, September 12, 2014

Why Shmuel Lefkowitz Endorsed Steven Cymbrowitz Over A Orthodox Jew Who Would Have Sponsored A Bill To Repeal Same Sex "Marriage"

 לא תביא אתנן זונה ומחיר כלב בית ה' קלהיך לכל נדר, כי תועבת ה' קלהיך גם שניהם
You shall not bring a prostitute's fee or the price of a dog, to the House of the Lord, your God, for any vow, because both of them are an abomination to the Lord, your God


As We know Agudas Yisroel's chief lobbyist endorsed Steven Cymbrowitz (who for the most part has a pro homosexuality record) over Ben Akselrod who promised to sponsor a bill to repeal same sex "marriage"


(L-R) Leon Goldenberg, Steven Cymbrowitz, Shmuel Lefkowitz

Unfortunately Lefkowitz and others like him (Goldenberg, Sam Sutton etc.) (more in a future post) led Ben Akselrod to lose the Orthodox Vote and thus the election.

Of course Shmuel Lefkowitz wouldn't care about the fact that Cymbrowitz has a pro gay record and Ben Akselrod would have fought it because he didn't even try to fight the "marriage" bill in the first place.



In an article that apeared 10 days before the "marriage" bill passed, and much of the Jewish community was very worried that this would pass Shmuel Lefkowitz admitted he was not fighting the "marriage" bill

Factions of New York’s Orthodox Jewry have also been monitoring the legislative jostling closely. On May 23, six organizations issued a joint position statement exhorting lawmakers to uphold traditional marriage. Among the signatories was Agudath Israel of America, an umbrella organization for ultra-Orthodox groups, both Hasidic and non-Hasidic, who share a “singular belief in the Torah as the primary source of their religious values,” according to "Rabbi" Shmuel Lefkowitz, its chief officer for governmental affairs.
“On the issue of legalizing same-sex "marriage",” the statement reads,
“the Orthodox Jewish world speaks with one voice, loud and clear: We oppose the redefinition of the bedrock relationship of the human family. The Torah, which forbids homosexual activity, sanctions only the union of a man and a woman in matrimony.”
Lefkowitz believes that same-sex "marriage" lacks the requisite momentum for passage. “If I believed the votes were there, I’d put more effort into it,” he says. “I believe this is under control.”

Thursday, September 11, 2014

St. Patrick's Parade - NYC

The Catholic League has announced that it will not be participating in next year’s New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade, marking the first time the group will sit out of the event since it began marching 20 years ago.


League President Bill Donohue released a formal written statement this afternoon, saying he is “angry” and “disappointed” that parade organizers will be allowing a gay group to march for the first time while simultaneously denying an anti-abortion group entry.

“Prior to the announcement that a gay group would march under its own banner in the 2015 parade, I was consulted by parade organizers about their plans. I told them that I could only support this decision if there were a formal revision in the parade’s rules governing marching units, and that is exactly what I said in my first public statement,” he wrote. “I asked them to pledge that a pro-life Catholic group would also be permitted. I was told that a formal change in the rules had been approved and that a pro-life group would march. Now I am being told that the list of marching units is set and that no pro-life group will march in next year’s parade. Accordingly, I have decided to withdraw our participation.”


It caps off a headline-grabbing couple of weeks for Donohue, who questioned the ability of the gay group who were granted entry in the parade, to keep their pants on during the big day.
“Will the gays behave? The reason I have to ask is that, unlike others, they have a tendency to act up, [not keeping] their pants on.”


We should learn from the The Catholic League.

 

Why are religious Jews participating in the Israeli independence parade, now that gays are allowed to march?!?!

Why can't Rabbis openly oppose the gay movement, just as the Christians do?!?!

 
 


Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Borough Park Flyer Says Voting For Cuomo Yms Is A Kiddush Hashem

הוֹי הָאֹמְרִים לָרַע טוֹב וְלַטּוֹב רָע שָׂמִים חֹשֶׁךְ לְאוֹר וְאוֹר לְחֹשֶׁךְ שָׂמִים מַר לְמָתוֹק וּמָתוֹק לְמָר


יְשַׁעְיָהוּ 5-20

These flyers were distributed around all the shuls in Borough Park Erev Shabbos

Migaleh Panim Betorah Shelo Kihalacha


This was on the front of the flyer (there were 2 more parts not scanned) showing the David Greenfield connection







The So called "Orthodox" Jewish Political Club (OJPC) is clearly a David Greenfield front, and has previously strongly supported Bill DeBlasio (they only announced this after Quinn tanked in the polls and Greenfield changed his support), Charles Hynes, and of course David Greenfield.

Since Cuomo is running on the fact that he passed the "marriage" bill voting for him is an even bigger Chillul Hashem (and a stronger din regarding apikorsus) then it would normally be.

Where was the major macha against this clear Chillul Hashem berabim (Shtika kehoda).

If in Borough Park voting for Andrew Cuomo YMS and thus same sex "marriage" is a "kiddush hashem" than in Philadelphia they will make kiddushim for same sex "weddings"





If You Live In Flatbush Please vote for Ben Akselrod today.