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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Bible Belt Resists Gay Marriages; Embraces DP

The U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in all 50 states on June 26, 2015, engendering outrage, particularly in the Bible Belt. The White House celebrated with a rainbow light display, but Mississippi threatens to end marriages altogether rather than to allow gay marriages in that state. Two archived radio shows by MaryLovesJustice expose the hypocrisy of so-called Christians who oppose gay marriages but not fornication, adultery, mass incarceration, lynchings, and executions. Links to the archived tapes are below.

June 26 was already a historical day for Christians and human rights.
a)  June 26, 1870 ~ Christmas was declared a national holiday in the USA and is the most sacred holiday for Christians.
b)  June 26, 1945 - The Charter of the +United Nations was signed at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center by 50 original member countries. Poland, the other original member, which was not represented at the conference but signed it two months later.
c) June 26, 1967 - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. went to Chicago, and only Friendship Baptist Church on Chicago's Westside allowed him to speak about civil rights. Rev Shelvin J. Hall showed no fear, but other churches called Dr. King "too radical." (This message was published by the Congressional Black Caucus as its "Today in Black History" post.)

Dr. King was assassinated within a year of his Chicago speech, presumably because he began to criticize the Vietnam War and demand economic justice for disenfranchised Americans. The United Nations, which was formed after the "War to End All Wars," has been unsuccessful in obtaining world peace; there are more wars and rumors of wars now than ever before and enough weaponry to destroy all life. The Christmas holiday, which was established to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, has been commercialized, and the Bethlehem manger scene is now illegal on government property. One might say that the day chosen to make gay marriages legal in the United States is ultimately unlucky for religion and human rights.


Ironically, the states where gay marriages met the most zealous religious opposition are states where people are executed most often in violation of God's will as put forward in Psalm 102:19-20, Hebrews 13:3, and Matthew 25:31-46. See gay marriage news from Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma below.

"Mississippi may opt out of marriages over #gaymarriage issue"
http://www.youngcons.com/mississippi-considering-opting-out-of-giving-marriage-licenses-to-anyone-after-supreme-court-ruling/ >

"Texas Fights Back Against Gay Marriage Ruling" 
http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/06/28/texas-fights-back-against-gay-marriage-ruling/
The Texas Attorney General has responded to the “newly invented federal constitutional right to same-sex marriage” created by the “activist” U.S. Supreme Court by telling Texas officials “Texas must speak with one voice against this lawlessness.” 
"Opposing gay ‘marriage’ may demand civil disobedience: Louisiana bishop" 
Oklahoma plan to restrict same-sex marriage may backfire 
http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/19/us-usa-oklahoma-gaymarriage-idUSKBN0MF2G120150319
Oklahoma's conservative lawmakers, angered at being ordered by U.S. courts to allow gay marriage in the state, have come up with a new, religious tactic to block same-sex weddings by ...

Oklahoma is best known among anti-DP activists for its torturous execution on April 29, 2014 of Clayton Lockett, 38, who died a slow, horrible death after being injected with mystery drugs.



If only the #BibleBelt states were as adamant about obeying the commandment "Thou Shalt NOT Kill" as they are about resisting gay marriages, we could decrease military conflicts and end #executions and lynchings by police officers and others.  

Repeat of paragraph 1: The U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in all 50 states on June 26, 2015, engendering outrage, particularly in the Bible Belt. The White House celebrated with a rainbow light display, but Mississippi threatens to end marriages altogether rather than to allow gay marriages in that state. Two archived radio shows by MaryLovesJustice expose the hypocrisy of so-called Christians who oppose gay marriages but not fornication, adultery, mass incarceration, lynchings, and executions. The tapes are available at Blogtalkradio's NNIA1 channel for listening and downloading any time:
1. "Gay Marriage Hypocrisy"
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2015/06/29/marylovesjustice-prayer-meeting-june-28-2015-gay-marriage-hypocrisy
2. "Gay Marriage Hypocrisy Part 2, Executions 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2015/07/01/gay-marriage-hypocrisy-part-2-executions

A human rights article by Mary Neal, a Christian activist
a/k/a MaryLovesJustice Neal
MLJ@HumanRightsDemand.com
MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
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