Homosexuals are an epidemic plaguing society!!!

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    Mar 25, 2010 10:08 PM GMT


    This was famously broadcasted on national tv about 2 years ago.

    Middle Easterners are one of the most hospitable and loving people you'll ever meet. It's fuckin airheads like these that propagate ignorance and hate in the name of religion and has given the place a bad name. What a douche!

    What are your views?
  • GQjock

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    Mar 25, 2010 10:29 PM GMT
    Mohammed ... he's a real busy body isn't he?
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    Mar 26, 2010 1:08 AM GMT
    Honestly, I dont even bother to look or care for stuff like this. I try to live my life as I intend to do it. :d & not by what some ahole thinks is right & wrong
  • chris_dallas

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    Mar 26, 2010 1:16 AM GMT
    jerk lol
    there are a ton more gay ppl than ever i think but i think it is becasue ppl are more excepting haha
  • dannyboy1101

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    Mar 26, 2010 1:17 AM GMT
    My question is are there really any opposing views from individuals besides the gays themselves? I think the culture itself gets a bad reputation because we never hear any straight individuals say "Hey, what they do is their own business. They're people, too." Thank God not every country/region in the world is as inseparable from religion as that region seems to be. We all have our own issues, but being stoned should be an act of drug use not capital punishment.
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    Mar 26, 2010 2:34 AM GMT
    What the FUCK?! The things this guy was saying were completely insane and the hostess of this talk show was nodding and laughing like she agrees. Certain haircuts are immoral? Homosexuals should be thrown off tall buildings? Dude needs to be put on some type of medication. And why the fuck does he care so much about what other people do. Religious beliefs are fine. You believe in something/don't believe in something, that's fine. But why do you care so much about what other people do? Unless someone is hurting someone else, it's nobody else's business. Why should I care what other people do, much less want to punish them for it if they're not hurting someone else. Even if it's not something I would do or think is right. You can argue cultural differences all you want but the way this guy thinks and those of his ilk are quite frankly psychotic and irrational. I agree that the Middle East is a wonderful place with wonderful, hospitable people but this kind of ideology is a cancerous poison that is spread throughout that great region and, unfortunately, it seems there to stay for a very long time.
  • leixguy

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    Mar 26, 2010 3:07 AM GMT
    its about time someone spoke out against those damn gays!! icon_smile.gif
  • tennsjock

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    Mar 26, 2010 10:19 AM GMT
    Didn't Mahmoud Ahmedinejad (sp?) say there are no gays in Iran a couple years ago? A Persian friend of mine said that's technically true -- the crime of homosexuality receives capital punishment, so they kill 'em all.
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    Mar 26, 2010 11:20 AM GMT
    Middle Easterners are one of the most hospitable and loving people you'll ever meet? Maybe when they're in the U.S., but not when they're in their own environment. And I love how this asshole, and even the show's host (most likely from a teleprompter via the show's producer), declare that it's mostly foreigners bringing homosex into their beloved country. These people are real diplomats ... makes me want to visit Kuwait or Iran.

    Islamic law forbids homosexuality. It's illegal, and often punishable by death.

    If you define this as hospitable and loving, I'd hate to jump in the sack with you.
  • jlly_rnchr

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    Mar 26, 2010 11:27 AM GMT
    When people say stuff like this, it makes us sound so powerful. Like we could all snap our fingers in unison and destroy the world.
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    Mar 26, 2010 11:36 AM GMT
    jlly_rnchr saidWhen people say stuff like this, it makes us sound so powerful. Like we could all snap our fingers in unison and destroy the world.


    Well, we can, right?
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    Mar 26, 2010 11:37 AM GMT
    Here are some highlights, in case you don't want to be bothered to watch the clip:

    1) unfortunately, 85-90% of what happens in these parlors is homosexual
    2) The basic problem is the foreign workers (because there's no way any Muslim would ever do such a thing)
    3) Most foreign workers who serve as masseurs are, unfortunately, either "third gender" or sexually perverse and morally deviant
    4) Most of these parlors are full of homosexuals
    5) The people working there are also homosexuals, I'm sad to say (not some, or most, but ALL whom are working there are homosexuals)
    6) Below my office, there is a parlor - not a massage parlor, but a hair salon. I saw some of the owners when I was driving by (note how he clarifies it was when he was driving by, not when he was walking by, or happened to look out of his window because Allah forbid that he should be working on a regular basis so close to these deviants....I mean, some of this could rub off on him if that were the case, right?) - they looked really weird. You couldn't tell whether they were men or women. In addition, what they do there is also perverse (laughter). They put up their hair in a very peculiar and queer way (more laughter)
    7) Article 203 of the Penal Code says: Whoever founds an establishment for inquiry or prostitution, or who assists in its foundation or management, will be sentenced to life imprisonment, and if he does it again - he will be sentenced to death.
    8 - According to Islamic law, a homosexual should be thrown from a tall building. ... To be honest, death is too good for them.
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    Mar 26, 2010 11:37 AM GMT
    TheIStrat said
    jlly_rnchr saidWhen people say stuff like this, it makes us sound so powerful. Like we could all snap our fingers in unison and destroy the world.


    Well, we can, right?


    Duh, of course. But I didn't know they knew that.
  • Mepark

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    Mar 26, 2010 11:48 AM GMT
    my view: he speaks for hundreds of millions, if not a billion other muslim jerks.
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    Mar 26, 2010 12:11 PM GMT
    We can't let this thread go without adding some best loved internet bumper stickers to it.

    "He doesn't speak for all fill in the blank ."

    "There are extremists in every group."

    "How can gays expect tolerance when they don't tolerate opposing views?"

    "This is to be expected when all the portrayals of gay men on TV are swishy drama queens."

    Did I leave any out?
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    Mar 26, 2010 12:21 PM GMT
    chris_dallas saidjerk lol
    there are a ton more gay ppl than ever i think but i think it is becasue ppl are more excepting haha


    No, there aren't suddenly more gay people. It's just people who already did have same-sex attractions finally feel "safe" or accepted enough to express those attractions.

    As for the video, you don't even need to hit play to see his issue. He's not calling same-sex attractions he's calling perverse, he's calling what he thinks all same-sex attracted people do (in bed) perverse.

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    Mar 26, 2010 12:27 PM GMT
    McGay saidWe can't let this thread go without adding some best loved internet bumper stickers to it.

    "He doesn't speak for all fill in the blank ."

    "There are extremists in every group."

    "How can gays expect tolerance when they don't tolerate opposing views?"

    "This is to be expected when all the portrayals of gay men on TV are swishy drama queens."

    Did I leave any out?


    You forgot the most important one:

    "Remember: if you disagree with me, I'm the enlightened one and you're just ignorant."
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    Mar 26, 2010 12:29 PM GMT
    dannyboy1101My question is are there really any opposing views from individuals besides the gays themselves? I think the culture itself gets a bad reputation because we never hear any straight individuals say "Hey, what they do is their own business. They're people, too." Thank God not every country/region in the world is as inseparable from religion as that region seems to be. We all have our own issues, but being stoned should be an act of drug use not capital punishment.


    muscles4muscles saidWhat the FUCK?! The things this guy was saying were completely insane and the hostess of this talk show was nodding and laughing like she agrees. Certain haircuts are immoral? Homosexuals should be thrown off tall buildings? Dude needs to be put on some type of medication. And why the fuck does he care so much about what other people do. Religious beliefs are fine. You believe in something/don't believe in something, that's fine. But why do you care so much about what other people do? Unless someone is hurting someone else, it's nobody else's business. Why should I care what other people do, much less want to punish them for it if they're not hurting someone else. Even if it's not something I would do or think is right. You can argue cultural differences all you want but the way this guy thinks and those of his ilk are quite frankly psychotic and irrational. I agree that the Middle East is a wonderful place with wonderful, hospitable people but this kind of ideology is a cancerous poison that is spread throughout that great region and, unfortunately, it seems there to stay for a very long time.



    Homosexuality is regarded as a "phenomenon" here....to be precise, a "western phenomenon", a threat to traditional values....and religious fanatics like these endorse this idea and inhibit progress. So people dont realise that homosexuality has nothing to do with religion.

    For example before I came out to my friends,even though they were liberal-minded, there use to be the frequent homophobic slurs...But once I came out and I explained to them what homosexuality was, AND THAT ITS NOT A CHOICE, they realised how they were making a fool of themselves by making fun of a civil rights issue.....

    People are blindsided by religion in this region...Society here is blindsided by religion..Therefore, for a straight individual to think like that is rare...Forget about the common man, majority of the gay men here wont even accept themselves...
    Heres the mindset:-There is nothing gay about having sex with another man, as long as you TOP! LOL, how tacky is that!
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    Mar 26, 2010 12:30 PM GMT
    tennsjock saidDidn't Mahmoud Ahmedinejad (sp?) say there are no gays in Iran a couple years ago? A Persian friend of mine said that's technically true -- the crime of homosexuality receives capital punishment, so they kill 'em all.


    LOL!!! Yeah, that was widely talked about. Its funny how a leader of millions could even speak that way.
    Interesting point is that homosexuality is shunned, but transexuality is widely accepted in Iran. In fact, the Iranian govt makes a good effort to help transexual men and women. Be it financial assistance for a gender reassignment surgery, or legal paperwork, its all done well! Again, its the religion card here.

    So this + capital punishment for homosexuals = Technically No gays = Makes Ahamdinejad a very happy man.
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    Mar 26, 2010 12:32 PM GMT
    leixguy saidits about time someone spoke out against those damn gays!! icon_smile.gif


    I know rite...Someone ought to put these effin homos in their right placeicon_twisted.gif!
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    Mar 26, 2010 2:28 PM GMT
    reppaT saidMiddle Easterners are one of the most hospitable and loving people you'll ever meet? Maybe when they're in the U.S., but not when they're in their own environment. And I love how this asshole, and even the show's host (most likely from a teleprompter via the show's producer), declare that it's mostly foreigners bringing homosex into their beloved country. These people are real diplomats ... makes me want to visit Kuwait or Iran.

    Islamic law forbids homosexuality. It's illegal, and often punishable by death.

    If you define this as hospitable and loving, I'd hate to jump in the sack with you.



    Middle Eastern people are very hospitable.... you clearly have never been to a Middle Eastern country... too busy worrying about how being gay separates you from other people.

    I go to Lebanon every year... where being gay is still not really accepted by the vast majority of people. But you know what? I suck it up. Its a beautiful country, and their viewpoints are because they dont know anything different. I enjoy what I can enjoy and I dont focus on how I am gay in a country where it's not that ok to be gay. I eat well, I chat with lovely people, I go to the beach, I shop. I live life. And its no worse than living here, really.

    How do you expect people to just jump out of their cultural norms and beliefs overnight? Sure they are ignorant in this respect, but that doesnt make them completely bad or not worth knowing. In my opinion your nastiness towards these people is not making anything better... its a repetition of the cycle. There truly is no respect in this world.

    You have to deal with shit you dont like sometimes. Maybe that's the arrogance of people in the US... we think we can have whatever we want, screw everyone else. Well, I hate to break it to you but it doesnt work that way anywhere else.
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    Mar 26, 2010 2:35 PM GMT
    "their viewpoints are because they dont know anything different"

    So, they're nice and hospitable, but, they're ignorant, that's all. Not knowing anything different is the definition of ignorant. I'm sure that these hospitable people, once they know something different, have a complete change of heart and come to not only tolerate and accept homosexuality, but to embrace it.
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    Mar 26, 2010 2:39 PM GMT
    IsmeIvan1990 saidHonestly, I dont even bother to look or care for stuff like this. I try to live my life as I intend to do it. :d & not by what some ahole thinks is right & wrong



    I'm exactly the same way. There are always going to be negative, ignorant, bigoted-type people in the world. They are entitled to have their opinion but, honestly, I don't let it phase me one bit. I refuse to give anyone like that the power to rain on my parade.
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    Mar 26, 2010 2:50 PM GMT
    Why isn't there an Islamic law for cutting off tongues if one should lie?
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    Mar 26, 2010 2:52 PM GMT
    Me too. I refuse to accept the law of the land with DADT. I refuse to accept DOMA, the law of the land. I refuse to accept being fired in states where I can be fired for being gay. I refuse to accept eviction from my home in states where being gay is sufficient grounds for eviction. Nobody's going to rain on my parade.