Friday, November 26, 2004

Rocks in your head II


It is clear that people such as Jacquie Grant see Civil Unions as one step along the road to a Hate Crimes Bill, outlawing anything opposing her sexual preference and orientation, and hatred for religion and the religious. It is also clear that Ms Grant hates Christians, but thinks it is wrong that those opposed to her view should voice their opinion. That's why Ms Grant must go. She demonstrates that she does not know what Human Rights are about. Destiny Church Pastor Brian Tamaki took offence to Ms Grant's comments and sent her an e-mail today - with no spelling errors.

From: Brian Tamaki
Sent: Friday, 25 November 2004 3:30 p.m.
To: Jacquie Grant
Subject: Re: civil unions
I think the homosexual lobby says it all about the attitude of the homosexual movement and its intolerance.

I don't wish to get into a debate, but I will leave you with one thought. If, as a lot of homosexual people believe, lying with a man as a man lies with a woman is not an abomination, can you really believe given the persecution of Christians down though the ages by people such as yourself - people who lie with a woman as a man lies with a woman (although in your case it gets a bit confusing) - anyone would consciously chose to take all the persecution and hate, and if you see nothing wrong with hating Christians just because they exercise their right to voice their opinion, then you have more than rocks in your head.

If you were able to realise that there is a choice (and in my case I can tell you I knew from my earliest thoughts I was definitely heterosexual, and didn’t have a choice in the matter, nor did I want to) then you should not be trying to hate us and that is what you do. I have known so many people through my years that have killed themselves because of the pressures from so called gay families it's no joke, and before you tell me that they are not gay, and that gay parents bring up kids just as well as the rest of us, let me tell you no matter if you are lesbian, gay, transsexual, bisexual etc you are all the same. Faggots.

I will debate these issues with you anywhere anytime but I think you are a hypocrite and need a lot of prayer, (as well as another sex change) and so I do not expect to have that opportunity soon. Rest assured, if hate crimes legislation comes in, I will ensure that you will be the first in court facing a charge of hate crime.
God bless

Brian Tamaki
Destiny Church


OK Tamaki didn’t send the email, but I think you get the point. If he was on a Human Rights panel - unlikely, I know…- and had that attitude and sent such an e-mail all hell would break loose, especially in the gay media and in the PM's office - and rightly so. But would it be any worse than Jacquie Grant's attitude and correspondence?

Check this for another anti-Christian tirade from Ms Grant.

2 comments:

s said...

Sometimes I don't know how to react to this sort of stuff.

Yes, it's a double standard.

But on the other hand, some mealy-mouthed vitriole against Christians is nothing compared to what Christians in other countries face. We are told to expect persecution. They really do get persecuted, even killed. We who have to put up with this sort of stuff are really just dealing with an irritating mosquito.

Sometimes too, it is better to let people spew their bile. Eventually they choke on it. And others get a chance to see them for what they really are.

Either way, based on what I understand of the situation, I tend to agree that Ms Grant should not be sitting on any human rights panel.

Anonymous said...

I shouldn't hold your breath for Helen to do anything of integrity over this.
She has none, that's why she's using urgency to drive through all the social engineering.
This woman merely shows to New Zealand the position of the Labour caucus.
will they wake up to it.
unlikely.
we are a nation of hypocrites and liars
from the top down.
Mike