Larry King's Show Was Unexpectedly Blanketed With a Heavy Layer of Rick Warren Snow Job!
Last night, when Larry King hosted Rick Warren, I couldn't believe I heard Warren go on and on about his not being anti-gay, having "gay friends", about never overtly supporting Prop 8 (!?!) and how he knew "gay leaders" who know the real Rick Warren.
In my article of 3/29 titled I Hope Rick Warren Fails, I voiced my fear of the man. Today, I am declaring myself to be an official enemy of Rick Warren. And not because of the Larry King appearance. Unless someone can produce evidence to the contrary, I believe Rick Warren to be a key leader of Christofascism who wishes the total annihilation of homosexuals worldwide.
Alright, I'm a crackpot. But please hear me out.
First, there's a sequence of events:
Back in August, when I wrote about the lack of compassion people like Rick Warren had towards gays during the early Age of AIDS in a post titled An Open Letter To The Mrs. Rick Warrens of America. I sent a link to Kay Warren's CAO (Chief AIDS Officer) Elizabeth Styffe. I received a warm response letter that now looks like too much BS.
I hear you and hurt for the terrible ways that people have suffered alone. Meeting you, a person living with HIV, is what I love to do everyday. And you're right, churches with an HIV ministry are tragically rare and were horrifically absent early on in the Pandemic.
We're trying to change that reality and are giving our lives to help mobilize the church...and people everywhere to care and act and engage. Then after a dozen mea culpas: As a member of the Orange Country HIV Planning Council, I am constantly learning and working with Kay to make an impact and care and engage others in doing the same. We want your feedback...people living with HIV are our passion.
After I received this fatuous email, I then sought permission to post a copy for my blog. Surprise! Never heard from her again. I posted it anyway.
Then came the '08 campaign, the "Forum" bringing together Obama and McCain, the war over Prop 8 and Warren's endorsement. Any semblence of tolerance for this man began to errode. Of course, the invocation at Obama's inauguration fueled more suspicions, but what really sent me on the trail of this post's subject was Warren's statements about homosexuality in his website - the ones that are still there as well as the ones that were yanked out. No matter what he said about "gay friends" he stuck to his Purpose Driven motto: "Whatever it takes."
And now an indication (to me) that he supports homosexual genocide.
To start this form of genocide, he has enlisted two African brutes: President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda. In both republics, homosexual acts are illegal, with Uganda's penalty being life imprisonment.
So this is the serious question: just how much influence does Warren have on these two countries? Listen to Ann Garrison's interview on KPFA last January. It certainly casts a shadow over "I have gay friends! I've been to their houses for dinner!" Both Rwanda and Uganda were declared the world's first "Purpose Driven" nations. BFD.
Warren's influence has suppressed HIV prevention funds, giving only to those agencies who stress "abstinence only." The way the two nations are going, however, it might not be long before homosexuality is declared punishable by death. So, has Warren set his sights on any other nations as "Purpose Driven?" How about these countries where the penalty for being gay is death: Or where homosexuality is illegal: That makes THIRTY-NINE African countries Rick Warren can play God in. Thirty-nine potential Purpose Driven nations. Thirty-nine areas where gays will be beaten, imprisoned and (possibly) executed. You'll never hear Warren applauding Obama's endorsement of the U.N. declaration.
From 365gay.com 4/06/09:
Sex between two people of the same sex already is a criminal offense in Uganda - punishable by life imprisonment - although there are no records of any recent convictions.
Now the government is prepared to expand the law, making it a criminal offense to be gay. The legislation would make any public display of being gay a crime. International human rights and LGBT groups have called on Kampala to drop the bill and repeal the sodomy law.
Last month the Obama administration formally endorsed a U.N. declaration calling for the worldwide decriminalization of homosexuality. (emphasis mine) To the Rick Warrens of the world, an act like that will never do. As a prime example of their hatred, Uganda’s leading Muslim cleric called for gays to be rounded up and marooned on an island in Lake Victoria until they die. Yep, that's Uganda, The Purpose Driven Nation.
Somalia ... Sudan ... Mauritania ... Nigeria ... Iran ... Iraq ... Jordan... Saudi Arabia... United Arab Emirates... Yemen
Comoros ... Djibouti... Eritrea... Ethiopia... Kenya... Malawi... Mauritius... Mozambique... Seychelles... Tanzania... Zambia... Zimbabwe... Angola... Cameroon... Principe... Algeria... Egypt... Libya... Morocco... Tunisia... Botswana... Lesotho... Nambia... Swaziland... Benin... Burkina Faso.. The Gambia... Ghana Guinea... Liberia... Mali... Niger... Senegal... Sierra Leone... Togo
So, has Warren set his sights on any other nations as "Purpose Driven?" How about these countries where the penalty for being gay is death:
Or where homosexuality is illegal:
That makes THIRTY-NINE African countries Rick Warren can play God in. Thirty-nine potential Purpose Driven nations. Thirty-nine areas where gays will be beaten, imprisoned and (possibly) executed. You'll never hear Warren applauding Obama's endorsement of the U.N. declaration.