Sunday, May 2, 2021

Love is Love: Gay Activist Jailed for Violent Death Threats Against Judge

The gaslighting never stops with the LGBT militants.

Check out this post from "Dear Straight People".

This post focuses on one gay activist in the Republic of Singapore, Muhammad Hanif Mohamed Huzairi, who made death threats against the judge who dismissed three constitutional challenges against Section 377a of the Singapore criminal code, i.e. the statute which criminalizes gross indecent acts between men, i.e. sodomy, homosexuality, etc.

"Love is Love" LGBT activist: "Kill Judges!"

What did Huzairi say, and what does this reveal about the LGBT agenda and the community at large, particularly the post written by LGBT activist Sean Foo?

First, let's analyze the title of the post:

Singaporean Man Jailed For IG Stories And Comments Against Judge Who Dismissed S377A Challenges

What were those stories and comments, exactly?

Here's a sample:

“To the deadass boomer of a judge who dismissed the challenges against S377A, you better f****** watch out!!”

"You better f------- watch out!!" A threat. This is more than some comment.

Here's more:

“Time to hunt down the oppressive judges, who basically maintained the legalisation of discrimination against us, and make them pay the ultimate price.”

"Time to hunt down ..." This is particularly disturbing. Such speech is not protected in the United States, either. Speech cannot incite immediate and imminent threats.

This violent reaction to a court upholding sanctions on perverse sexual conduct shows the sheer deeps of LGBT mental illness. No one should discount this militancy latent in the homosexual movement.

What's really telling about this post, however, is that Sean Foo sweeps under the wrong the violent nature, the death threats of this LGBT activist.

Homosexuals and their perverse allies cannot minimize this very destructive essence in the LGBT agenda.

Consider the further gaslighting and minimizing of wrongdoing in other reports on this account.

From Pink News in the United Kingdom:

Singapore man jailed for threatening ‘torture’ and ‘death curses’ against judges who upheld anti-gay law

Was it really mere death curses? No! The Huzairi wanted to kill the judge! Yes, KILL!

At least Pink News included another incredibly disturbing threat from the Instagram posts:

And another of his posts read: “Can we please torture the corrupted judges until they f**king crumble & repeal S377A on the spot!? Pretty please, I’d love to personally torture them to their breaking point.”

Read that again. These homosexual militants write: "I'd love to personally torture them to their breaking point." Incredible. Is this really a "Love is Love" movement?

He published the messages on 30 March, the day that High Court justice See Kee Oon dismissed three separate challenges to the colonial-era Section 377A, which defines sex between consenting men as “acts of gross indecency” punishable by up to two years in prison.

Check out this report from the Bharat Express News:

The prosecution called for seven months in prison, saying it was the law to “protect one’s guardians” and that “any dissatisfaction with court decisions, no matter how controversial, should be expressed with respect, and the challenges of judicial decisions must be avenues “.

They added that Hanif had shown contempt for Judge See, a prominent member of the judiciary, by calling him an “impassive boomer” and accusing him of legalizing discrimination.

For communicating incitement to violence, he could have been jailed for up to five years, fined, or both. For making threatening communications against an official, he could have been jailed for up to a year, fined up to S $ 5,000, or both.

Singapore does not play around!

Notice that if there is a disagreement, that dissent cannot include threatening to kill someone.

Yet this kind latent hatred is so bound up in the LGBT movement, one simply cannot ignore it.

For all their protestations about tolerance, inclusiveness, and diversity, the LGBT agenda and its proponents are militant, violent in their demands for legitimacy, pre-eminence, and ultimately supremacy. Of course, this outcome of vicious bigotry should come as no surprise.

Consider the Biblical account in Genesis:

"5And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us, that we may know them. 6And Lot went out at the door unto them, and shut the door after him, 7And said, I pray you, brethren, do not so wickedly. 8Behold now, I have two daughters which have not known man; let me, I pray you, bring them out unto you, and do ye to them as is good in your eyes: only unto these men do nothing; for therefore came they under the shadow of my roof. 9And they said, Stand back. And they said again, This one fellow came in to sojourn, and he will needs be a judge: now will we deal worse with thee, than with them. And they pressed sore upon the man, even Lot, and came near to break the door." (Genesis 19:5-9)

Militancy and homosexuality are so connected, it's almost inseparable. The Sodomites wanted to rape the men whom Lot brought into his house. This was not about hospitality, nor was this about "Getting to know someone". It was about rape. When Lot prevented them, the homosexual militants became more adamant, and they threatened to do worse things to Lot!

Let's also acknowledge that homosexuality is an emotional disorder, to say the least. Clearly a maladjustment, and this kind of brutal bigotry coming from Huzairi just proves the latent emotional and mental problems which buttress these behaviors.

Of course, the LGBT movement has to go out of its way to hide their insidious nature. Consider that the blogger for Dear Straight People deliberately downplayed why Huzairi was jailed. It was about more than mere comments! Those statements were vicious, violent threats against judges! And let no one play victim on this matter, either. The lack of reason, the lack of self-control from these homosexual militants simply cannot be ignored or underplayed.

So much or "Love is Love", right?

Next time someone promoting LGBT hegemony or "civil rights" wants to play that card about love, tolerance, or acceptance, share this story with them, and ask them their thoughts on the matter.

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