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U.S. embassy to hold first-ever gay pride party tonight -- in Iraq

In the short time that President Obama has been in office, there have been many breaches of foreign protocol such as an overt familiarity with the British Queen and bowing to the Saudi King. But the most significant indiscretion will occur tonight as homosexuality is promoted in our embassy in a foreign land — in Baghdad, Iraq, no less.

In the May 22, 2009 edition of The Washington Post, columnist Al Kamen wrote a piece entitled, "For One Night, Baghdad Gets a Pink Zone." He revealed that the State Department is "holding what the invitation says is the first-ever U.S. Embassy Gay Pride Theme Party next Friday at Bagdaddy's, which is the embassy employee association's pub." The invitation, which was sent out on May 10, encouraged everyone to, "Dress in drag or as a gay icon."

The Islamic culture does not appreciate or allow public sexual displays to begin with. Now the American embassy is going to display sexuality in a way that will do nothing but offend the host population, needlessly complicating an already sensitive situation. The question becomes, who is going to suffer? Our embassy officials, or our soldiers on the ground who will endure the increased outrage when events such as this occur?

Frequently cited among Muslims is not a dislike of Americans, but a dislike of the American culture's brazen sexual behavior such as that demonstrated during a gay pride event. Prominent sexual conduct is considered by the Middle Easterners as one example of the debauchery within Western culture that they do not want imported within their homes and country, and they are willing to fight us to allow their culture to remain unaffected. A gay pride display sponsored in an official location such as an embassy can only serve to provoke and inflame Muslim distrust and distain for Western and American culture.

What's next? Will Baghdad host a Gay Pride Parade like the international one hosted in Tel Aviv ? And others in the cities of Jerusalem, Eilat, and Haifa?

Personally, I have no feelings about gays one way or the other. Live and let live. But to shove part of our noxious culture down a Muslim state like Iraq is an insult to all Muslims and a kick in the face to Iraqi's.

We can't get electrical power plants in Iraq running, nor provide Iraqi's with drinking water. The unemployment rate is around 70%, thanks to the USA and the "Coalition of the Killing" wrecking that once prosperous nation.

But we can find time and taxpayer money to have drag queens and trannies parade around like they were back in Sodom and Gomorrah?



At Sunday, May 31, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What if there were hetero-sexual pride events? would the zookfelches whine about it?

If the event is in a private setting, go for it, but perversion should not be promoted by government.

In a public setting, as in the public pride parade, the goal is to force their sickening behaviour on the rest of us, by taking over the street and offending us, thus divide and conquer per protocols.

At Sunday, May 31, 2009, Blogger zon said...

I doubt that this is really about supporting gay rights and more about stirring up the muslims to justify more invasions and cleansing of muslims from the middle east to make room for whoever the corporate or other masters want to colonize there.

At Monday, June 01, 2009, Blogger Musique said...

yahudi SOB gone wild news

from Yahoo
( http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090601/media_nm/us_mtv )

"... But it was the outrageous Cohen, promoting his upcoming movie "Bruno" in which the British actor plays a gay Austrian fashionista, who brought the house down.

Sweeping high above the studio on a harness, Cohen hit an obstacle, spun down toward the audience and landed face down in the lap of Eminem, exposing his naked bottom to both the white rapper and to millions of viewers watching the awards show live on television.

MTV said Eminem stormed out "in a heated rage" after the incident at the Gibson Amphitheatre near Los Angeles where the live awards show was taking place.

"This is very exciting TV," host Andy Samberg ad-libbed.

"I enjoyed his (Cohen's) precision landing," actor Ben Stiller told reporters backstage. "I did not see that coming."

May be he will show up in Iraq at this event as well. He will land on whoever the elected Irqi official's lap and declare iraq as part of israhell.

At Monday, June 01, 2009, Blogger Greg Bacon said...

Cohen, Samberg, Stiller? Yep, no Jews in Hollywood.

At Monday, June 01, 2009, Blogger qrswave said...

yahudi SOB gone wild news - ROFL!!!

the gay pride event is not only revolting and stupid, but also a sinister example of how low zionists will stoop in order to enrage Muslims, not only in Iraq, but around the world.

It is also a clear example of how (and why) these sick bastards could do what they did to children in front of their parents in prisons like Abu Ghraib and other places. They have no sense of morality - no shame about openly embracing and displaying practices that offend God.


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