July 05, 2016

“No one is suing MUSLIM dating sites” — Christian Mingle ruling an assault on Christians, free enterprise

Rebel Staff
 

The Superior Court of California just ruled that the Christian dating website Christian Mingle, along with Sparks Networks (the parent company that also owns several other faith based dating sites) must allow an option for same sex couples to mingle, too.

This is an assault on religious liberty. It’s the same as forcing a Christian baker to bake a cake for a gay wedding.

It's also an assault on free enterprise. The government sets a dangerous precedent when it forces a private company to contract with another individual against their will for whatever reason.

That’s slavery.

But it's also just a regular old attack on Christians complete with the usual media double standard. The media treats Christian dating websites as places rife with lonely weirdos living double lives.

Yet, Muslim-targeted dating websites are treated as an innovative way for young Muslims to live their truth in the new millennium.

No activists are suing the Muslim websites to allow same sex matches. The activists’ fight is not about ending discrimination. It never was.

It’s an attack on Christians and their businesses.

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commented 2016-07-09 11:47:45 -0400
If the site gave in to Slimer Pressure then the anger should be directed to the cult in question. A dating site is just that. Y9ou want -you use.
But, if it was the Council of Muslime whatever that “demanded” this after making a special committee ruling then the said committee should be requested to “Tightly Roll Their Official Agenda Ruling” and stuff it up the old prayer flag.
commented 2016-07-08 19:52:30 -0400
It will be good for gays to hear the gospel on the Christian Mingle web site!
commented 2016-07-06 23:29:30 -0400
Don’t mind Andrew, I mean this:

“Andrew Stephenson commented 1 month ago
Consensual relationships of any nature should be permitted. As long as everyone involved is OK with it, it’s none of my business.

Nnaumbua Farrell commented 1 month ago
Michael Mann and Andrew Stephenson, do you believe that incest and polygamous marriage should be prohibited?"

He can’t help himself. Best of luck to you and your daughter if the two of you so consent Andrew. None of my business.
commented 2016-07-06 19:56:39 -0400
I hear people talk about bringing back the Crusades against Islam – out of a sense of self defense and preservation mind you, and that sounds about right to me at this point.
I think it’s also time to start some Crusades against the socialist left who are behind the Christian persecution in the West – and behind everything else dirty, disgusting and destructive in the West…not to mention the Islamic invasion!
SI VI PACEM, PARA BELLUM
…because Islam has taken Napoleon’s likely meaning…
SI VIS BELLUM PARA PACEM
…or as the socialist version of taqiyya would have it…
SI VI PACEM PARA PACEM
In any event, war is not coming…it’s here!
commented 2016-07-06 18:35:55 -0400
I don’t care if people bugger each other. Not my concern and some of the buggers are important allies, like Milo Yiannapolos. If you go on the site and you are Christian, you will not see any buggery or signs of buggery due to the simple fact that these sites sort based on groupings that appeal to each other.

So who cares? We need to focus on actual problems and not put ourselves into positions where we are driving potential conservative voters away from us. Yes, liberal indoctrination does involve gay indoctrination, but it doesn’t have to be this way and always remember to attack the liberal, not the gay. Attack the indoctrination, not the person.
commented 2016-07-06 11:03:40 -0400
“If your mission is to provide a Christian dating site, then the individual interpretations should rest in the individuals’ hands.”

Go show where the Bible says faggotry is acceptable.

“Don’t want a gay relationship? Don’t click that box. Want one? Then do. Pretty simple.”

So when are going to demand Muslim dating sites to accept faggotry?
commented 2016-07-06 04:48:33 -0400
I’m not Christian, and a few years ago I probably would have sided with the court ruling for fear of moving society to a slippery slope. But it’s now clear that we are already on a slippery slope going in a direction no one could have predicted a decade ago.

So, what needs to start happening from those of a reasonable political persuasion (right, centre, and those few remaining on the left) is a counter case for every one of these ludicrous lawsuits / demands. If a social or legal precedent is made in one instance (like Christians forced to serve homosexuals), then we need to ensure the ‘full context’ of that decision is brought to bear on society (e.g. force Muslim dating sites to allow homosexuals, homosexual sites allow straights, etc) to either ensure equality, or demonstrate how ludicrous it is. I mean, this ruling hasn’t even touched on all the ‘racist’ dating sites out there also, those that cater to specific ethnicities.

If this type of equality is to be the goal, then let’s force them to really make it the goal. Start petitions on all the government sites where possible. Force them to equalize Muslim treatment with that of Christians, force them to provide equal scholarships for all genders and religions (including atheists! wouldn’t that be fun), force them to hold every member of society up to the same standard we expect in a modern, civilized society. If they cry xxxx-ophobic or xxx-ist, just ask ’Don’t you want equality?’ And this needs to be done soon. The universities have fallen, the school systems are falling, governments are falling, the last bastion may be the courts, unless popular opinion can be strongly swayed.

In no way do I advocate violence, but it’s important to realise (as The Rebel does, I believe) that we are already in the middle of a cultural war. At the very least we should be using their social tactics against them, or we will lose everything that makes the West great. The battle ground is the hearts and minds of the moderate majority. The squeaky wheel gets the grease – and so far the other side has been much better at being squeaky than we have.
commented 2016-07-06 02:39:42 -0400
Andrew can i demand the same from a gay dating site? Or is it fine for them to only serve certain people??
commented 2016-07-06 02:38:25 -0400
Andrew it is a private enterprise , they can serve who they please idiot. Now go tell the feminazis to serve men in their enterprises , or tell me why i can’t go to spa lady without being a HYPOCRITE.
commented 2016-07-06 02:36:10 -0400
Anon not when those dogs are a legitimate need and the Muslim works for the city driving a bus. The law says they have to , no law says you have to make a cake for someone. And seculars are not tolerant , and they have killed more than any religion. So spare is the garbage.
commented 2016-07-06 02:20:52 -0400
On one hand, Christians bitch that bakers need to make a gay wedding cake. But at the same time, Christians are not okay with Muslims not wanting to transport beer or dogs.

Looks like you Christians have more in common with the Muslims than you care to admit. You are both intolerant.
commented 2016-07-06 00:04:07 -0400
The militant gays got a taste of their own medicine when they invited the Black Lives Matter fanatics to their parade.
commented 2016-07-05 20:25:58 -0400
Good.

If your mission is to provide a Christian dating site, then the individual interpretations should rest in the individuals’ hands.

Don’t want a gay relationship? Don’t click that box. Want one? Then do. Pretty simple.
commented 2016-07-05 19:35:36 -0400
It is a agenda driven – homosexuals are simply the instrument

If you fight it you are labelled a bigot

When in fact the homosexual groups AND the islamic are the real bigots.

Time we started saying so

Beat them to the punch

Homosexual = bigots / islamics = bigots
commented 2016-07-05 18:37:28 -0400
and so the attack by the lefty wacko judicial system and their sick judges continues on our freedom of speech and freedom to run your business based on your beliefs, Canada and the USA have the same problem,some how the judges need to be controlled but how i don’t know
commented 2016-07-05 18:32:07 -0400
Christian Mingle arranges dates between men and women. That isn’t discriminatory against gays; plenty of homosexuals are in in traditional marriages.
commented 2016-07-05 18:01:27 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 31,277 Attacks, 198,352 Killed, 278,570 Injured.
commented 2016-07-05 17:59:40 -0400
we all know now the queers have super status over everyone except Muslims
commented 2016-07-05 17:59:39 -0400
SO ENDS ANOTHER HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN!
Please tell me how this is the religion of peace and why we should embrace it as part of a cultural diversity.
We must reject it as a cultural perversity.
Note how the other religions carried out acts of terror!
DAY NUMBER 30
Muslims often insist that other religions are just as violent as theirs and that the bigger problem is “Islamophobia”.
We put that narrative to the test each Ramadan with a running count of ALL terror attacks categorized by motive.

Motive – Terror in the name of Islam………………..Attacks = 229…..….Kills = 1723
Motive – All other religions combined …………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0
Motive – By Islamophobes…………………………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0

Source: TheReligionofPeace.com

Those who live by the sword will be shot by those of us who have progressed.

Author unknown
commented 2016-07-05 17:56:35 -0400
MOAR MARXIST SHIT SHOW!!!
commented 2016-07-05 17:39:22 -0400
I think this is a good thing. It will go to the Appeal and Supreme Courts until a final determination is made, and that decision will be that the Christian website CAN operate without a gay option. Because, in the USA especially, it will be a cold day in hell before US law forces Christian adherence to regulations based on sexual orientation rules while not forcing any other religion to abide. In this case, you will see Muslims joining in to defend the Christian stance because they KNOW the US gov’t will include all religions in the final decision.
commented 2016-07-05 17:33:38 -0400
SHEILA , yes I know, it’s frustrating—- all of this bullshit is sanctioned and protected by the group of 5 - the 5 P’s

Btw every body in Alberta is talking about you today, you must have stirred something up
commented 2016-07-05 17:29:02 -0400
Christophobia is the greatest “phobia” of our age.