The opinions in this very controversial essay below are exclusively my own. They are bound to upset individuals on both sides of the “gay rights” issue. I make no apologies. I lived in America’s gay culture for more than 30 years, and I know whereof I speak from personal experience. ‘Live and let live’ is one thing. I believe in that. But forcing an entire nation to accept gay marriage as a ‘norm’ is a dangerous path strewn with legal minefields and under-estimated implications which this country will be experiencing for many decades to come.
I found several very interesting news videos online this morning, which have compiled many disturbing trends taking place in our nation. These clips cover a range of topics. It does appear, arguably, that we are close to the convergence of some sort a perfect storm of escalating police brutality, diminishing US citizen civil right and freedom of speech, while tens of thousands of illegal immigrants stream across our borders and GLBT citizens are allowed to present the topic of ‘mature sexual identity’ to very young school children who are YEARS away from being old enough to understand such adult topics regarding human sexuality. Our nation’s children, in general, are being so overly sexualized at a young age that parents are now presented with the dilemma of how to keep their 13 year old girls from getting pregnant – something that would have been unheard of 20-30 years ago.
As long time readers know, I am gay myself and I am also a Christian. But I don’t believe that the “gay rights” of a small 10 to 18% segment of the American population are more important than what is best socially and spiritually for the majority of the American population and their families. That outrageous personal opinion clearly puts me in the “traitor” category among other gay people, while the mere fact that I was born biologically predisposed to be a gay woman makes me the “instant enemy” of many other Christians, who believe that being gay is a “lifestyle choice.” Trust me, it is not.
But, when the special social needs of a small minority are placed over the clear preferences of the majority of the American population, it is a formula for eventual social disaster, in my opinion.
When the only real accomplishment that’s been made by a sitting US president during an 8 year tenure has been the advancement of the legalization of gay marriage in nearly half of the 50 states, one does truly have to wonder what the real agenda MUST be. Gay couples cannot reproduce, they can only adopt or conceive via artificial insemination. Their kids face daunting and marginalized lives as the school children of same sex parents, growing up. Nearly 80% of gay couples do not last for more than 3-5 years, and only rarely do they stay together longer than 10 years. This fact is not in debate by mature and candid gay men and women who have lived in the gay community for more than 20 years. I am well aware that the American divorce rate is now at about 50% as well.
I do not believe that “changing attitudes” can be forced onto the population of a nation by the social engineering of “pro-gay” TV shows and arm wrenching legislation. A social reaction and “blowback” by greater American society is certain to emerge over time as the result of having a clear “gay agenda” forced down their throats by the legal system and American Big Media.
The gay issue along with the collapse of our southern border security are just two of many topics which are covered in the video clips below. I have become so alarmed by the rising tide of police brutality in America during the last ten years that I worry our law enforcement officers are being trained to consider the American populace as the enemy, rather than those who should be guarded and protected.
The sinister nature of what is unfolding in this country is quite clear to me. On our southern border the social and legal needs of another minority – one that was never born in the United States, is being placed over and above the clearly stated will of the American people. Illegal immigrants who walk into our country across the southern border now have more rights and cash benefits coming their way than returning US war veterans.
Christian youths are disallowed from making references to their faith in college commencement speeches, a faith that no doubt carried them through four years of murky hard partying and decadent indulgences now being experienced by millions of American college students on campus, who graduate as hardened alcoholics first, and as newly employable young people with skill sets ready to work – second, if at all. Many college graduates are still functionally illiterate for all practical purposes. They can’t spell or compose a concise paragraph that makes any sense. Ask any corporate HR director. They will tell you.
We have all watched helplessly this summer as eleven terrible war years years of blood, sweat, lives, tears and billions of American dollars spent trying to re-civilize and settle Iraq and Afghanistan have gone down the toilet in less than 9 months, as ISIS terrorists speedily overran most major cities in Iraq and now encircle a practically helpless Baghdad. How could an American military calamity on this scale have been allowed to take place? It leaves me nearly speechless. The cost to the American people of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is close to a trillion dollars, more than 1,000 billion dollars – that’s more than 10,000 million dollars. These are numbers which stagger the mind.
Recently fleets of huge 18 wheelers were spotted hauling a peculiar cargo over land on US highways – brand new UN white vehicles sitting atop these trucks were videotaped traveling north on 1-85 in Georgia in June 2014, just a month ago. As to what that could possibly mean, I have no idea. I am more worried about the future of this country than I ever have been. As always, I watch and I pray. The beginning of a time of great and terrible trouble for this country is upon us, and I am encouraging my readers not to lose faith in God as we see our precious nation being nearly socially shredded from the inside out.
Today I have no answers, only more and more questions about the actual leadership of our nation. With no guiding light shining from within the souls of our nation’s leaders, the landscape of the heart of the nation itself seems to be darkening. Hopefully the presidential elections of 2016 might bring much needed options for the American people and a chance to begin to restore what has been lost – if we can hold out that long.
CK Hunter on July 15th 2014
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