‘do as I say, not as I do… from the homosexual perspective’









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Iranian executions : utterly immoral and disgusting beyond belief

The article ‘Iranian Executions’ was posted on 11Dec07- on a blog was in  response to an article posted in the Times Online.co.uk 13Nov07. Below are comments made by an Iranian politician; Mohsen Yahyavi in the Times article….

Homosexuals deserve to be executed or tortured and possibly both, an Iranian leader told British MPs during a private meeting at a peace conference, The Times has learnt.

Mohsen Yahyavi is the highest-ranked politician to admit that Iran believes in the death penalty for homosexuality after a spate of reports that gay youths were being hanged.  Excerpts from the Times article.

Now before we progress any further in this post I would like to tell my homosexual readers, and any reader that has a conscience, that I understand how you feel looking at the above photo. For hardly a day goes by that I do not see this same image of aggression perpetrated against my brothers and sisters throughout North Korea, China, India, Africa, any of the Muslim dominated lands, etc….. so when I say I understand how you feel, I really do.

What I would like for the readers to ponder is the double standard and intolerant spirit that we see against Christianity by the radical homosexual movement while hearing silenced lips toward the Islamic religion? Where is the cry of ‘intolerance’?

When was the last time we saw the radical homosexual populace stand outside a mosque shouting violent strains against the worshippers inside for the actions and verbiage propagated against the homosexual community by a Muslim dominated country?


For contrast, consider this indignation against Rick Warren….

Homosexuals showing ‘radical intolerance’ of Rick Warren: OneNews

A leading black conservative pastor and political activist says the high level of anger in the homosexual community over president-elect Barack Obama’s selection of Rick Warren to give the invocation at his inauguration next month “shows the nature of the culture war we are in.”

Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr., of the High Impact Leadership Coalition says although he voted for John McCain in the presidential election and disagrees with Barack Obama’s stances on abortion and homosexuality, the president-elect made an “appropriate” decision to pick California pastor Rick Warren to pray on Inauguration Day.
“I think that it says to us that Obama understands the divide among people of faith and that he is going to make a sincere attempt at following through with the kinds of overtures that he made to the faith community as he was running for office,” he notes. “So, I think it says a lot about Barack.”


He believes the controversy over Pastor Warren also says a lot about the homosexual community. “What’s being revealed in this process is that the intolerance of the radical left is coming out. They want to be received and tolerated, but when someone takes one little overture like praying a prayer at a major event, they can’t take it,” he points out. “And whether we like it or not, this man Rick Warren has become the next generation’s Billy Graham.”

The Washington-based homosexual activist group Human Rights Campaign is demanding that Obama commit to a “five-step legislative blueprint for change” to make up for his selection of Rick Warren. That “legislative blueprint” includes, among other things, signing “hate crimes” legislation into law within six months, supporting the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (often referred to as “ENDA”), repealing the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, and issuing an executive order providing special protections for federal workers based on their sexual behavior and gender identity. end


From the article that was posted on OneNews and the demands that are being made on President-Elect Obama by the homosexual community it is pretty evident that they have absolutely no room for tolerance unless it is grossly in their favor. For case in point, consider the comment below that was extracted in response to the article that was posted on nottoomuch.com: Iranian Execution by a reader called Gabrielle-

Comment by Gabrielle

I can not even believe this is happening in the world today. How is it possible? Human kind is supposed to have progressed and they are behaving like savages. How hypocritical is it to murder someone..to take a human life..to act as if you are God..because someone is gay? Or has been raped? It is beyond comprehension! I am beyond words and I do not even know what to do or who to go to or how to increase awareness. What do you do?

If Gabrielle were to stumble across this post, I would love to ask him/her, do you have the same disdain for the innocent babies that are viciously murdered while in the warmth and safety of their mother’s wombs just because the law condones it, or that Christians all over the world are finding the same aggression of those in the picture above, just because they are followers of Christ, or does the issue really have anything to do with tolerance?

Just for the record, I do not condone homosexuality and view it as sin based upon the clear teaching of God’s word, I do not condone what the Iranian government is doing to the homosexual. Nor do I condone the violent attacks of Christians all over the world or the violent murder condoned by America in the killing of helpless babies, but I do understand why the radical homosexual agenda shakes it’s fist so vehemently in the face of Christendom yet remain totally silent in the face of radical Islam…. they will kill you, while Christians love you!

I wonder if this is evidence that we are living in a day when one can not practice what they preach, or maybe it is that we see things not as they are, but as we are?



  1. That image is powerful … We must do everything to STOP and HALT all human rights infringements. You are completely right in saying that there is a double standard … we must view and call out ALL atrocities, not just the ones that we see of convenience. Everyone deserves the right to be, and all who commit these CRIMES deserve to be called OUT.

  2. Yes Eduardo, “everyone deserves the right to be”. It seems that we are living in a day when opposition is met with such a violent tendencies. The prevalent thinking seems to be if we can kill the body that we kill the thought process, but it doesn’t. We truly are living in a day when life is worth nothing, especially to those who oppose. So sad.

    Thanks for stopping by ‘A Word From Malachi and for having enough conviction to comment. Once again, we are living in a day when ‘strong convictions’ may cost one their life, whatever the reason. That is why it is imperative that we fear not him that can kill the body, but him that can kill both the body and destroy the soul.


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