Saturday, January 14, 2017

Fake News Taiwan Sentinel Plays the "Hate" Card Againts Pro-Family Christians

The Taiwan Sentinel has become another bigoted, anti-family press agent against free organizations who want to protect the family unit.

Check out the offensive rhetoric from the article, written by J. Michael Cole:

The Christian-led movement against the legalization of same-sex marriage in Taiwan is now being directly aided by a group from the Extreme Right in the United States.

Notice that bigoted remarks at the outset. Do they not have any shame?

"Extreme Right" in what sense. Is there something wrong with defending natural marriage

According to a Dec. 27 blog entry, MassResistance’s point man in Taiwan is Arthur Christopher Schaper, head of the California branch of the organization, “who has been working tirelessly with Taiwanese activists, expatriates in the US, and others to get the word out.”

More positive press for MassResistance, in the sense that the unjust negatives launched against us actually bolster our cause.

This is #FakeNews to the extreme.

I confronted the reporter on Twitter, and received a weak, evasive answer:

I in turn responded:

1 comment:

  1. Dear Mr Schaper

    I may not agree with you entirely on this issue (I think civil partnerships are fine), but I want to help you take on this guy Cole because I regard his advocacy of hate speech legislation as extremely dangerous and contrary to his supposed profession of journalism.

    I am based in the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan and have just started a youtube channel with a friend in Kaohsiung city. Both of us have had run-ins with Cole previously, and both of us have significant reservations about the kind of Leftist identity politics that Cole is helping to push through his Taiwan Sentinel platform. Would you consider taking part in a Skype interview with us so that you can explain your views on this matter and why they are important and perhaps how Cole may be misrepresenting you?

    I can be reached at or via my personal blog at

    best wishes,
    Mike Fagan