Sunday, June 25, 2006

Today I am embarrassed to be Canadian










Tens of thousands of homosexuals and proponents of gay agenda are expected to march today in downtown Toronto, my hometown. I am truly ashamed and embarrassed that these kind of public displays of deviance and perversion are allowed to be carried out corrupting our children, and our traditional values. I hang my head low in shame for my nation.

10 Comments:

Blogger Rodogg said...

Its called the freedom that is allowed. Its their choice and I have to say I acknowledge that, give it up you crazy conservative!!!

6:32 PM, June 25, 2006  
Blogger Ben Jones said...

Welcome to the 21st century you dick. You know, the only people who truely despise homosexuality are people who are so scared of their own sexuality. So stop bashing yourself.

5:32 AM, June 26, 2006  
Blogger Edward Ott said...

You seem to hate Muslims but it is exactly this that west is trying to export to the Islamic world that muslims are fighting agaisnt. It would seem you are very confused.

11:45 AM, June 26, 2006  
Blogger yugunter said...

I don't hate muslims, I do have an issue with radicals from any religion though, especially the radcial beliefs that guide people to pilot civilian jets into buildings, and secondly - I got nothing against homosexuals, it's a free country, and they can do whatever they want in the privacy of their home ... so don't put words in my mouth

4:01 PM, June 26, 2006  
Blogger Ben Jones said...

Typical homophobe response. "I don't hate gay people as long as they do it in the privacy of their homes". Do what exactly? Do you believe that if gay people had their way, they'd be just screwing in the streets. I'm from a town called Blackpool and let me tell you that the straight people screwing (god I hate that word but since you won't let us swear i'm gonna have to use it)in the streets on a Friday/Saturday night is appalling. If not that what. Are gay people not allowed to hold hands or show any affection towards each other in public. "In the privacy of their homes..." what do you think gay people will do in public. Honestly what have you got against gays. I know you're not a religious man, and since must homophobes tend to be of the religious variety, i'm having trouble seeing what your problem with them is. Not looking for an arguement (well possibly) but I am very interested to know where your beliefs come from.

5:35 AM, June 27, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a very tricky issue. I cannot understand the correlation between homosexuality and people having to parade through the streets in tight leather dancing to techno music. It seems to me their message is contradictory.....because they wish to be left alone in order to live peacefully yet they shut down the streets and make sure anyone trying to have a quiet sunday afternoon can hear them.

I have nothing against gays. As far as Im concerned if they are paying taxes and defending the nation's interests I will call them fellow Canadians. My problem lies with the politically astute notion that people should be ashamed of their religions or practical traditions!

Kommander

10:30 AM, June 27, 2006  
Blogger yugunter said...

my views derive from purely moral standpoint, if situation arises - I would oppose daytime parades promoting straight sex, or bondage sex , or whatever in downtown Toronto - I don't think these kind of events should be taking place where children can be exposed to that - i.e. downtown Toronto; these public displays of sexual deviation and moral aberration have no place in public venues

9:49 PM, June 27, 2006  
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