Monday, August 19, 2013

The International Gay War on Black People

As the whirlwind of racial strife still whirs, even a full month after the George Zimmerman verdict, Bill O'Reilly, Don Lemon, Oprah Winfrey, and Al Sharpton are overlooking something.

The most blatant contempt toward black Americans I've seen recently has come from none other than the organized leadership of the LGBT lobby.

Donnie McClurkin, an award-winning musician, was supposed to perform at the fiftieth anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s march on Washington.  McClurkin is a black Christian who has come forward with an inspiring life story.  He was molested as a boy and developed homosexual behaviors, possibly as a result of the trauma.  Later his faith helped him to overcome his homosexual desires and live a more biblical life.

Under pressure from gay power activists in Washington such as Phil Pannel, the mayor of Washington, D.C., Vincent Gray, decided to drop McClurkin from the concert.  McClurkin was humiliated.  LGBT activists felt that someone who had called homosexuality a "sin" could not perform at a concert commemorating the life and work of a black Christian reverend.  (more...)

1 comment:

  1. There has been a sinister war on Africa for years.... the wealthy black elite in America are no different than their white counterparts.... excellent post.