Thursday, April 30, 2015

Emoji on Iphone

The last update brought along new changes to Emoji. Now there are several emoticons with same gender couples and children. Disgusting...

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Flatbush Jewish Journal Reporter, Continues By Pushing Same Sex "Marriage"

David Rosenberg Retweeted this tweet showing he supports same sex "marriage"

This follows a tweet earlier this week were he publicly stated he's "pro gay"

Everybody should Email the Flatbush Jewish Journal at demanding they fire pro same sex "marriage" reporter David J Rosenberg

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Gay Terrorists Stop GoFundMe Fundraiser For Bakery That Refused To Bake a Gay "Wedding" Cake

By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times - Saturday, April 25, 2015

A crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $109,000 for the Christian-owned bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Oregon was removed Saturday after complaints from gay rights advocates.

The website GoFundMe said in a statement that the page was yanked because the campaign violated the policy against raising money “in defense of formal charges of heinous crimes, including violent, hateful, or sexual acts.”

“The campaign entitled ‘Sweet Cakes by Melissa‘ involves formal charges. As such, our team has determined that it was in violation of GoFundMe’s Terms & Conditions,” GoFundMe said in an email statement.

The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries proposed a damages award Friday of $135,000 against Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of the bakery, after they were found in violation of the state’s anti-discrimination law in February.

The family will receive the money that was raised before the site was yanked, according to GoFundMe. In addition, Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian relief group headed by the Rev. Franklin Graham, launched a fundraising drive Friday to help the Kleins pay the damages award.

“Please pray for Aaron and Melissa, and pray for our nation. When our judges are punishing Christians for practicing what they believe, that’s persecution, plain and simple,” Mr. Graham said in a statement on the website.

The Kleins declined to provide a wedding cake in 2013 for a same-sex marriage ceremony. The award, which is not final, would provide $60,000 in "damages" to Laurel Bowman-Cryer and $75,000 in "damages" to Rachel Bowman-Cryer for “emotional suffering stemming directly from unlawful "discrimination".”

The crowdfunding campaign launched shortly after the award was announced Friday afternoon by Mark Kost. The site collected more than $109,000 in less than eight hours.

But critics of the couple, led by Oregon baker Lisa Watson, said on Facebook that they urged GoFundMe to remove the crowdfunding page.

“Watson’s own post on Facebook stated, ‘this business has been found GUILTY OF DISCRIMINATION and is being allowed to fundraise to pay their penalty. The gofundme terms of service address hate speech, bigotry, criminal activity, and sexism among other things in their campaign. … The amount of money they have raised in a matter of a few hours by thousands of anonymous cowards is disgusting,’” the website GoLocalPDX reported in a Saturday post.

In a Saturday post on her Facebook page, Ms. Watson said, “I can’t believe we just did that,” while Brent J. Blackwell commented, “I complained three times and got my family in on it too.”  

The GoFundMe crowdfunding site was used earlier this month to raise more than $842,000 for Memories Pizza owners Crystal and Kevin O’Connor, who said they would not cater a hypothetical same-sex "wedding", but the money raised was to support their business and family, not to pay a court award.

“In the case of ‘Memories Pizza,’ no formal charges were involved, thus the campaign was not removed,” said the GoFundMe statement.

Sweet Cakes by Melissa has since closed its doors, although the Kleins are still providing baked goods from their home. The Kleins, who have five children, have said they are struggling to make ends meet.

“It’s very discouraging. This is not money coming from a business, this is not money coming from an insurance fund, this is money coming straight from our bank account,” Mr. Klein told the Family Research Council’s Craig James in a radio interview Friday.

The Daily Signal reported that the $135,000 damages awarded included payments for a host of physical, emotional and mental ailments listed by the lesbian couple, including “acute loss of confidence,” “doubt,” “excessive sleep,” “felt mentally raped, dirty and shameful,” “high blood pressure,” “impaired digestion,” “loss of appetite,” “migraine headaches,” “pale and sick at home after work,” “resumption of smoking habit,” “shock” “stunned,” “surprise,” “uncertainty,” “weight gain” and “worry.”  these clearly false ailments are proof these 2 lesbians are lying, these low lives are just terrorists and should be treated as such.  

(washington times) highlights our additions

 The final decision about how much the Kleins have to pay will be made by Oregon State Commissioner Brad Avakian. He is expected to review the case later this year, and could raise the amount owed.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Flatbush Jewish Journal's Star Reporter Admits He's "Pro Gay"

Rosenberg's pro gay tweet

David Rosenberg is a political columnist for the Flatbush Jewish Journal (FJJ), his admission to being pro gay makes us wonder a few things:
1. How much has Rosenberg's pro gay ideology influenced his articles and thus the public?
2. Did FJJ Owner Mordy Mehlman know his stance before he was hired?
3. If he didn't, why not? Shouldn't he have asked him in today's political climate about his opinion on homosexuality before letting him writing a political column that can influence thousands of voters?
4. Is it possible Mordy Mehlman is also pro gay?
and more importantly now that they know what Rosenberg is:

5. Will they immediately fire Rosenberg?
6. Will they make changes to insure that they will not ever have a pro homosexual paper, but one that follows the Torah and opposes toevah even over promises of money?

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

"Lesbian teacher: How I convince kids to accept gay ‘marriage’, starting at 4-years-old"

If you want this things like this taught in your local Yeshiva keep voting for Liberals

Lesbian teacher: How I convince kids to accept gay ‘marriage’, starting at 4-years-old

TORONTO, April 20, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) -- A primary grade lesbian teacher from an Ontario public school revealed in a workshop at a homosexual activist conference for teachers earlier this month how she uses her classroom to convince children as young as four to accept homosexual relationships.

And I started in Kindergarten. What a great place to start. It was where I was teaching. So, I was the most comfortable there,” Pam Strong said at the conference, attended by LifeSiteNews.

The conference, hosted by the homosexual activist organization Jer’s Vision, now called the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity, focused on the implementation of Bill 13 in Ontario classrooms. Bill 13, called by critics the ‘homosexual bill of rights,’ passed in June 2012 and gave students the right to form pro-gay clubs in their school, including Catholic ones and Jewish ones, using the name Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA).

Strong, who is in an open relationship with another woman and who has been a teacher for about five years, focused her workshop on what she called the “power of conversation” for promoting LGBTQ issues in an elementary classroom. She began her talk by relating how she reacted the first time one of her students called another student ‘gay’ as a putdown.

“With [the principal’s] encouragement, we decided that I would go from class to class and talk about what ‘gay’ means, what does ‘LGBTQ’ mean, what do ‘I’ mean,” she told about 40 attendees, all educators, at her workshop.

Strong related how she began with the junior kindergarten class.

“And I read a [pro-gay child’s] book [King and King], and I started to realize that conversations can be very difficult, and they can have the most power when they are the most difficult.”

“But difficult conversations are a part of what we do as teachers, right? And when these conversations are properly supported by teachers within the safety of the classroom, they provide a rich environment for our students as they unpack these complex social issues and they reflect on their own preconceptions, rights, of gender, sexuality, love, all these different things,” she said.

Strong related that as she was reading “King and King” in the junior kindergarten class as a springboard to discuss her sexuality with the kids, she got to the part where the two princes become ‘married’ when one of the boys suddenly shouted out: “They can’t do that! They can’t get married. They’re two boys.”  maybe we should have him teach the class he is certainly smarter then the teacher

Recounted Strong: “And I said, ‘Oh, yeah, yeah, they can. It’s right here on page 12 and murder is allowed because it's right there on page 13?.”Some of the pro-gay children's books Strong uses with her students.Pete Baklinski / LifeSiteNews

To which the boy replied, according to Strong: “Oh, yeah, I know Mrs. Strong, but that’s just a story. That’s not real life.”

“And I said: ‘It happens in real life too. I am "married" to a woman. I am gay. And I am in love with my "wife".”

Strong said the young children “just all kind of went silent.” She then told them: “That may seem different to you, how many of you have heard of that before?”

“Not one hand went up,” she related. “And so I said: ‘That may seem different to you, but we’re not that different. Would you like to know about what I do with my "family"?”

“Yeah, tell us,” she recounted the children enthusiastically saying.

“I said, you know, we take our kids to the park. I swing them on swings,” she related, telling conference attendees that she could share things she did with her own children that “mostly likely all of their families did with them.”

Then she told the children: “We laugh together. We go grocery shopping together. I read to them. I tickle them, sometimes until they scream and laugh and when they cry, I hug them until they stop.”

Strong said that at that point, the boy who had used the word ‘gay’ looked and her and said: “Well, you’re a family.”

“And I said, yeah, we are,” she related. “And off I go to the next classroom.”

Strong said that she went from “class to class to class and continued with these conversations, and they were very powerful.”

‘It’s normal in my classroom’

Strong related an incident that happened last fall involving a new boy who had recently entered her grade 5 classroom. The new boy had not yet been made aware of Strong’s sexual preference for other women.

“All my class is very used to who I am. My family picture is very proudly in my room now. On Mondays they quite often will say, ‘What did you do with your "wife"?’ It’s normal in my classroom.”  normal elementary school children don't discuss their teacher's family life their teacher.  

Strong said that a conversation between herself and the students came up one day where it was mentioned that she was a lesbian. The new boy put his hands over his mouth and said, according to Strong: “Oh, my God, I think I’m going to puke.”  smart kid

“As I took the abuse — personally, as an individual – of those words, I also saw half of my class look at me with incredible concern. One student who was right in front of me already had tears in her eyes. And I noticed several other students who were looking at him. They were just very, very upset with this kid,” she related.

Strong said the boy instantly became aware that “something he had said had just created this unbelievable tension in the room.” She related how she addressed the boy, telling him: “I think that what you might not be aware of is that I am gay, and I am "married" to a woman, and my "family" has two "moms".’

“His eyes just started darting around, and he was incredibly uncomfortable,” she related.

“I looked at the other kids and I said: ‘Ok guys, what I want to ask you is: Am I upset with him?’ And the one little girl in my class put up her hand — that doesn’t usually get into these conversations very much in my classroom — and she said, ‘Mrs Strong, I know you’re not upset with him, because he hasn’t had the benefit of our conversations.”

“And I looked at my little friend, my ‘new’ friend, and I said: ‘But, we’re going to have one now,’” she related.

Strong said that she then directed her class to the board and asked them to write everything she had told them related to LGBTQ.

“And my class all of a sudden popped up. ‘LGBTQ’ was on the board, ‘lesbian,’ and all the different words coming out there. And I sat back and said, ‘Let’s review.’ So, the last year and a half of ‘inclusive’ education came alive in my classroom.”     so this teacher has the right to bully a 5th grader.
remember this rule
anti gay bullying programs = bullying religious children, and indoctrination classes 

Strong told her workshop attendees that her “new little friend” is now a devoted champion of diversity. She boasted how he was the one in her class to count down the days to the pro-homosexual Day of Pink that took place earlier this month. When Strong took a photo of all the children wearing pink shirts in her classroom, she said the boy requested to be in the front.

“For me, that is the power of conversations. That’s the power of sharing our stories,” she said.

LGBTQ classroom ‘conversation starters’

Strong called it “key” to develop a “positive classroom culture” — and she mentioned it often takes months — before getting into what she called “difficult conversations” with students about convincing students of the normality of her sexual preference for women.

She mentioned how she spends time “building a common vocabulary” in her classroom of words like “stereotype, prejudice, discrimination” so her students will be able to more readily conform to her pro-LGBTQ message.

“Sometimes with these big ideas there are also very big words that are very hard to understand. I find that whether it’s kindergarten, right up to grade six, visuals help a lot,” she said.

The lesbian teacher has amassed a collection of “conversation starters” that she says helps get her started when presenting to her students the LGBTQ message. She said pro-gay children’s books are one of her favorites.

“I use current events, news articles, advertisement are great for gender, especially with Kindergarten kids, pink and girl toys and all the rest of it. Commercials are great, I use one right now, the Honey Maid commercial.” The 2014 “Dad & Papa" commercial depicts two male same-sex partners engaging with their children in normal family activities such as making s’mores, eating dinner around the table, and walking in the park.

Strong says she watches the commercial with her students up to three times, asking them to make a list of all the similarities between the gay-partnership and their own families.

“Of course they think it’s going to be so different, [that] this family is going to be so different,” she said.

Strong said the kids notice dozens of similarities, but usually only one difference, namely that the commercial has “two dads.” Other than this, she said the students “could not find one thing in that commercial that was different than their own families.” In this way she convinces the kids that a gay-partnership is identical to a family made up of a male and female. Strong called it a “fantastic lesson for kids of all ages.”

“There was nothing left for me to teach at the end of it. It was a huge learning for some kids,” she said.

Recruiting children? You bet we are’

Though homosexual activists claim their efforts in the schools are a way of combatting bullying, a number of homosexual activists have highlighted that the movement’s goal is in fact to “indoctrinate” children into accepting the normalcy of the homosexual lifestyle.

“I am here to tell you: All that time I said I wasn't indoctrinating anyone with my beliefs about gay and lesbian and bi and trans and queer people? That was a lie,” wrote Canadian gay activist Sason Bear Bergman, a woman who identifies as a transgender man, in a March 2015 piece titled “I Have Come to Indoctrinate Your Children Into My LGBTQ Agenda (And I'm Not a Bit Sorry).” Bergman holds nothing back, stating she wants to make children “like us” even if that “goes against the way you have interpreted the teachings of your religion.”

In 2011 U.S. gay activist Daniel Villarreal penned a column for stating that the time had come for the homosexual lobby to admit to “indoctrinating” schoolchildren to accept homosexuality.

“Why would we push anti-bullying programs or social studies classes that teach kids about the historical contributions of famous queers unless we wanted to deliberately educate children to accept queer sexuality as normal?”   these bills have been voted on by many legislators who represent the Jewish community

“We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it. Recruiting children? You bet we are,” he added.

Homosexual activist Michael Swift wrote in 1987 in the Gay Community News that school children would become explicit targets for homosexual indoctrination. “We shall seduce them in your schools…They will be recast in our image. They will come to crave and adore us,” he wrote at the time.
(life site news) highlights our additions

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Gays Try To Ban Soldiers From Shopping At Religious Owned Stores

Advocates: Put anti-gay businesses off-limits to troops

By Karen Jowers, Staff writer6:45 p.m. EDT April 7, 2015

Military installation commanders should be encouraged to place off-limits establishments that discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals by not selling wedding cakes for same sex "Weddings", an advocacy group has told Defense Secretary Ash Carter.

In an April 7 letter to Carter, Matt Thorn, OutServe-SLDN interim executive director, cited the controversy in Indiana over that state's recently enacted Religious Freedom Restoration Act, a law that has drawn varying interpretations.

Thorn and others contend that it would grant government authority for businesses to discriminate against LGBT people.

"Though the law was recently amended, there is still significant concern, due to the lack of statewide anti-discrimination laws for LGBT individuals," Thorn wrote. "This is of particular concern to OutServe-SLDN and our LGBT service members, veterans and their families living in states that do not offer those protections when they are off base."

OutServe-SLDN, with more than 50 chapters and 6,000 members around the world, provides education, legal services, communication, support programs and advocacy.

Installation commanders can place off-limits any business, building, place, structure, vehicle or area, thus prohibiting service members from patronizing, entering or using them. Commanders may exercise that authority if they determine the facility or location in question is harmful to the welfare and safety of troops and their families.

"Establishments that actively discriminate against LGBT individuals are fundamentally affecting morale, as well as putting at risk the safety and welfare of your LGBT service members," Thorn wrote to Carter.

Lt. Cmdr. Nate Christensen, a Pentagon spokesman, said unit commanders make such decisions "for a variety of reasons, including security concerns, et cetera."

Christensen added that defense officials "will respond promptly and directly" to the OutServe-SLDN letter.

"We appreciate their concerns regarding this issue," he said, adding that the Defense Department "remains committed to ensuring that all men and women who serve our country, and their families, are treated fairly and equally. We expect our service members to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of an individuals' sexual orientation."

In an interview with Military Times, Thorn said no known complaints from service members against specific businesses have been brought to OutServe-SLDN's attention.

"But when an individual has gone through this, especially in conservative states, it's far more likely they don't complain," he said. "My big focus is on being preemptive and proactive, rather than reactive. We don't want to wait for something to happen. We'd rather address [issues] now before they become bigger."

Thorn said a form will be placed on his group's website that troops can use to notify OutServe-SLDN of businesses about which they may have concerns.

"We encourage people to report them so we can communicate to base commanders and DoD so that necessary actions can be taken," he said.

In his letter to Carter, Thorn noted that the Defense Department "has advanced and evolved on LGBT rights far swifter than other jurisdictions and departments and we applaud you for those strides."

"OutServe-SLDN is now asking that you continue expressing equality values and the evolution of support for all military personnel, by encouraging your commanders to place establishments (commercial businesses and properties, housing units and recreational properties) that are knowingly and openly discriminating against LGBT individuals on the list of 'off-limits' establishments for service members," he wrote.

On Wednesday, OutServe-SLDN will launch its "United We Are Strong" campaign. The effort aims to unite LGBT troops and veterans with the civilian LGBT community to repeal the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and advocate for anti-discrimination legislation in the 30 states that still do not offer legal protections for LGBT individuals, Thorn said.

(Military Times) highlights our additions for clarity

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Bill de Blasio To Ban NYC Travel To Indiana

Cuomo, de Blasio ban official travel to Indiana following state's adoption of religious freedom act

(amny) highlights our additions

How can Pinny Ringel (917) 417-3283 and Avi Fink justify working for a mayor with policies such as these!

Where are our Orthodox Legislators publicly supporting Indiana's law?

Former "Orthodox" Assemblyman Ryan Karben, Defends Cuomo's Attack On Jewish Religious Liberty

Former "Orthodox" Assemblyman Ryan Karben Defends Cuomo's Attack On Jewish Religious Liberty
Ryan Karben's attack on religon 

I think Ryan's just upset that the bill wouldn't allow him to molest his male interns

Text of bill that Karben loathes that only protects freedom of religion, and not molesting his male interns
AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning civil procedure.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:
Chapter 9. Religious Freedom Restoration
Sec. 1. This chapter applies to all governmental entity statutes, ordinances, resolutions, executive or administrative orders, regulations, customs, and usages, including the implementation or application thereof, regardless of whether they were enacted, adopted, or initiated before, on, or after July 1, 2015.
Sec. 2. A governmental entity statute, ordinance, resolution, executive or administrative order, regulation, custom, or usage may not be construed to be exempt from the application of this chapter unless a state statute expressly exempts the statute, ordinance, resolution, executive or administrative order, regulation, custom, or usage from the application of this chapter by citation to this chapter.
Sec. 3. (a) The following definitions apply throughout this section: (1) "Establishment Clause" refers to the part of the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Indiana prohibiting laws respecting the establishment of religion. (2) "Granting", used with respect to government funding, benefits, or exemptions, does not include the denial of government funding, benefits, or exemptions. (b) This chapter may not be construed to affect, interpret, or in any way address the Establishment Clause. (c) Granting government funding, benefits, or exemptions, to the extent permissible under the Establishment Clause, does not constitute a violation of this chapter.
Sec. 4. As used in this chapter, "demonstrates"means meets the burdens of going forward with the evidence and of persuasion.
Sec. 5. As used in this chapter, "exercise of religion" includes any exercise of religion,whether or not compelled by, or central to, a system of religious belief.
Sec. 6. As used in this chapter, "governmental entity" includes the whole or any part of a branch, department, agency, instrumentality, official, or other individual or entity acting under color of law of any of the following: (1) State government. (2) A political subdivision (as defined in IC 36-1-2-13). (3) An instrumentality of a governmental entity described in subdivision(1) or (2), including a state educational institution, a body politic, a body corporate and politic, or any other similar entity established by law.
Sec. 7. As used in this chapter, "person" includes the following: (1) An individual. (2) An organization, a religious society, a church, a body of communicants, or a group organized and operated primarily for religious purposes. (3) A partnership, a limited liability company, a corporation, a company, a firm, a society, a joint-stock company, an unincorporated association, or another entity that: (A) may sue and be sued; and (B) exercises practices that are compelled or limited by a system of religious belief held by: (i) an individual; or (ii) the individuals; who have control and substantial ownership of the entity, regardless of whether the entity is organized and operated for profit or nonprofit purposes.
Sec. 8. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), a governmental entity may not substantially burden a person's exercise of religion, even if the burden results from a rule of general applicability. (b) A governmental entity may substantially burden a person's exercise of religion only if the governmental entity demonstrates that application of the burden to the person: (1) is in furtherance of a compelling governmental interest; and (2) is the least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest.
Sec. 9. A person whose exercise of religion has been substantially burdened, or is likely to be substantially burdened, by a violation of this chapter may assert the violation or impending violation as a claim or defense in a judicial or administrative proceeding, regardless of whether the state or any other governmental entity is a party to the proceeding. If the relevant governmental entity is not a party to the proceeding, the governmental entity has an unconditional right to intervene in order to respond to the person's invocation of this chapter.
Sec. 10. (a) If a court or other tribunal in which a violation of this chapter is asserted in conformity with section 9 of this chapter determines that: (1) the person's exercise of religion has been substantially burdened, or is likely to be substantially burdened; and (2) the governmental entity imposing the burden has not demonstrated that application of the burden to the person: (A) is in furtherance of a compelling governmental interest; and (B) is the least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest; the court or other tribunal shall allow a defense against any party and shall grant appropriate relief against the governmental entity. (b) Relief against the governmental entity may include any of the following: (1) Declaratory relief or an injunction or mandate that prevents, restrains, corrects, or abates the violation of this chapter. (2) Compensatory damages. (c) In the appropriate case,the court or other tribunal also may award all or part of the costs of litigation, including reasonable attorney's fees, to a person that prevails against the governmental entity under this chapter.
Sec. 11. This chapter is not intended to, and shall not be construed or interpreted to, create a claim or private cause of action against any private employer by any applicant, employee, or former employee.