Are Gay Thought Police Supermen? (Liberal Bullying)

This site has continually warned about the intolerance and inequality of the militant gay gang towards those who disagree with their social reforming crusades. We’ve pointed out the gay club bans against heterosexuals, the bans of hetero.s kissing, their indifference to trans, and bigamists or threesomes also being granted equal marriage rights too, gay-initiated State prosecutions against Christians refusing to conduct same-sex ceremonies against their faith or conscience, and employment related harassments.

Now, a 9000 signature petition harassing DC Comics for allowing a writer to be working on Superman, who disagrees (in his own head) with the modern gay agenda.  Shock horror, Thought Police alert. TodayNews.com reports today (hat tip Bob McCoskrie)…

Image“More than 9,000 signatures have been gathered on an online petition  protesting the news that science-fiction writer Orson Scott Card, an outspoken opponent of same-sex marriage, is among a number of writers  participating in a digital anthology comic starring Superman. Allout.org, an organization advocating LGBT equality, launched the petition in response to the news that Card will be one of some two dozen writers participating in a digital-only series called “Adventures of Superman.” Card is a board member of the National Organization for Marriage, which opposes the legalization of same-sex marriage, civil unions and gay adoption.

“…Card…has won both of science-fiction’s most prestigious awards, the Hugo and the Nebula…A film version of [one of his works] is scheduled for release in November, with a cast that includes Harrison Ford and Ben Kingsley. Card has also written for Marvel Comics, the main competitor to DC Comics, publishers of Superman.

“Addressed to DC…the Allout petition reads: “By hiring Orson Scott Card despite his anti-gay efforts you are giving him a new platform and supporting his hate. Make sure your brand stands for equality and drop Orson Scott Card now.”

In response, DC Comics issued this statement: “As content creators we steadfastly support freedom of expression, however the personal views of individuals associated with DC Comics are just that — personal views — and not those of the company itself.”

Good response DC, push those bullies back with some superhuman strength!  This is Chic-Fil-A all over again.  Full Today story can be read here.

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A blog about politics, life, culture, literature, music and thought from Christchurch, New Zealand [NZ] (the home of 10,000 earthquakes since 4 Sept. 2010) built because of the bullying and cajoling of Liberal opinion-makers (journalism and Hollywood) against conservative-minded people who are as entitled to opinion and a perspective as anyone; and because Conservativism has served the world well. John Stringer is a New Zealander (Christchurch) in his 40s married to an American from Taco Bell; they have 5 adult children in 3 diff. countries. John is an ex-Anglican pastor, a teacher, published author (NZ), novelist (USA) and cartoonist (Aust, NZ), and has spent the last 25 years in NZ politics with the National party (he was a parliamentary candidate in 1999). There was a stint in London working for the British Conservative party as well, where he did media minding and campaign work with several Brit cabinet ministers, including Baroness Thatcher, Baroness Blatch, Michael Howard, Tom King, among others. He has an MA (classical studies, Victoria); is a graduate of the New York Film Academy; and has various awards for writing. His passions include British bulldogs, fly fishing, and history (Ancient and WWII). Winston Churchill was mainly a “Conservative” but also a “Liberal” MP between 1900-1964. A Member of Parliament for 64 years, he contested 21 parliamentary elections (for Oldham, Manchester North West, Dundee, and Epping/Woodford). Throughout his career Churchill stood for liberty. He believed in open debate and freedom of speech, and opposed any system or ideology that tried to dictate the way one should think. Churchill felt deeply that disagreements within the democratic system should not degenerate into personal animosities. RIDER: This site is not connected to nzconservative, a Catholic site, or NZ Conservative Party, although from time-to-time I share some of the views espoused by both groups and other sites I follow, as published; I am an independent thinker and blogger.
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