April 13, 2017

What’s With Gay Pride?

Gavin McInnesRebel Commentator
 

Dear gays: What are you so "proud" about? It's weird that so much of your energy is focused on what you do in bed.

(LANGUAGE WARNING)

No one cares. 

PS: Mike Pence never said he wanted to electrocute you, by the way. Let it go.

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commented 2017-04-17 23:49:28 -0400
Lots of Pakis aren’t true believers Jack. Expand your perceptions.
commented 2017-04-17 00:18:16 -0400
Jack, I ignored it because it is a stupid question. You have ignored a lot of my questions too. You don’t see me whining about when you ignore my questions.

Talking to you is like talking to a brick wall and it gets nowhere.

I’m done.
commented 2017-04-16 23:32:47 -0400
Peter Netterville,

You dodged my first point – do you acknowledge that if were born in Pakistan, you wouldn’t believe in Jesus Christ, you would believe in Mohammad and that your position is completely arbitrary and quite convenient considering where your mother gave birth to you.
commented 2017-04-16 22:54:50 -0400
Jack asked, “How old is the Earth?”

I have no idea, do you?

I know it is not 6000 years, neither does the Bible claim that it is. Some people that misinterpret the Bible think that it is.
commented 2017-04-16 21:32:25 -0400
Peter Netterville,

Yes, blind faith.

If you were born in Pakistan, you wouldn’t believe in Jesus Christ, you would believe in Mohammad, so your position is completely arbitrary.

Are you actually suggesting that science at our current level of technology hasn’t proven anything wrong regarding The Bible?

How old is the Earth?
commented 2017-04-16 21:02:36 -0400
And yet, Jack, you will say,
“Yes, of course I am correct and all those billions that believe in life after death are wrong.”, while at the same time you cannot even prove that you are right by the very science you hold so dear. That is called faith, Jack, but faith is not a factor in science.
commented 2017-04-16 20:51:42 -0400
Jack asked, “Why is it logical or reasonable to make the assumption that once we die – there will be an afterlife where we get to hang out with our dead loved ones”

Why is it unreasonable or illogical?

“It is quite reasonable and logical and science based on what happens when we die.”

Science is just a tool which uses the five senses to measure the world around us, so if all you use science, then it is reasonable to assume when you die you cease to exist.

To use and overused quote, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

Why do you assume that there is nothing more to you that flesh and bones?

Is the tool of science the be all to end all?

Are the over 6.5 billion people on the planet who believe in life after death in one form or another all of them wrong, and you, a minority of a minority is correct?
commented 2017-04-16 19:08:22 -0400
Peter Netterville,

I am living my life now. Why is it logical or reasonable to make the assumption that once we die – there will be an afterlife where we get to hang out with our dead loved ones?

It is quite reasonable and logical and science based on what happens when we die. I certainly understand the want for something more, but it’s no more realistic than a child believing in the Easter Bunny or Santa Claus.
commented 2017-04-16 13:43:16 -0400
Well said about the children Tanna..
Why do the queerest in society always target them.!!!
commented 2017-04-16 13:03:48 -0400
Jack, can you prove that you cease to exist when you die? No, I mean, really prove it with science?

Of course you can’t.

But you believe that you will cease to exist when you die with a fierce unmovable faith. It must be defined as faith because it is not proven that you will cease to exist when you die.

The difference between your unshakable faith and my unshakable faith is hope. I live a hope filled life because I believe I will continue on after I die. What does you faith offer you? Non-existence. Poof, gone!
commented 2017-04-16 12:57:18 -0400
Peter Netterville,

“It is not blind because I have the Bible, God’s word, and I have the Holy Spirit.”

Yes, that’s completely logical and reasonable. So are talking snakes.

LOL.
commented 2017-04-16 12:37:24 -0400
Jack, it IS faith. That is for sure. No argument there.

It is not blind because I have the Bible, God’s word, and I have the Holy Spirit.

Faith is logical and reasonable, but until you have faith you will never know.

I am still and will still pray for you.
commented 2017-04-16 12:19:19 -0400
Peter Netterville,

That’s not reality. That’s blind faith and not at all logical or reasonable.
commented 2017-04-16 10:37:32 -0400
Ahhh, Jack Carter, you poor fool. I will pray that you see reality and accept Jesus as your Savior.
commented 2017-04-16 09:43:25 -0400
I have been saying the same for decades. Also asking the same question, “what is the problem anyways?” Never have I seen anti-gay action or discussion because beyond the comment, “He’s a bit geary.” (which is just stating a fact). There was no rush home to get the shovels. Sure things have happened, even recently people have been killed because those who do this are never going to change their god-given or parent-given attitude. That can be cured with discretion but I can be killed for saying that. If you subtract the percentage of gays in the population (<1) then about one more for the knobs who hate, and feel god would want them to be taking care of the problem, he can’t do even with aids, you have roughly 98% of the population who do not care. I do however care about the agenda without leaders we see especially in Ontario where some strange things are happening regarding children and politics. It is strange how their groin does seem to influence their every decision but I couldn’t be paid to care.
commented 2017-04-15 18:56:38 -0400
Peter,

Well don’t dismiss a potential gay gene that we are not advanced enough to completely discover, but then bring up the “spiritual world” as if it’s undeniably real like water and people won’t mock you.
commented 2017-04-15 18:49:20 -0400
Andrew Stephenson,

You are absolutely right.

People here act like it’s so easy for an apparently born straight man to want have sex with another apparently born straight man. That he is wired to be attracted to women and have a desire to procreate with a woman, BUT he’s just making the choice to be naturally aroused by other men to the point that he wants to have sex with them.

Ya, that makes a whole lot of sense.

We should all have a gay choice weekend once just to say that we have been through it since it’s so easy to turn natural arousal on and off for any gender.
commented 2017-04-15 16:27:14 -0400
Jack Carter said,
“The spiritual world. LOL. But a gay gene is ridiculous notion to you.
Do you actually read what you type before officially posting?”

Evidently you purposefully mock and insult people who believe differently than you.

Have a good weekend, Jack. I really don’t want to see your arrogant mocking this weekend.
commented 2017-04-15 16:15:30 -0400
What difference does it make if you’re “born gay” or not? It doesn’t change the fact that it’s the individual’s prerogative in any circumstance and we as a society owe people the freedom to live however they want.


Jacques Landry commented 17 hours ago
" Should you believe in evolution, how in good sense can you think that natural selection came up and propagated a gene that leads to a total dead-end. Nurturing and early childhood development shaped gays identity. Should you doubt this, then explain the influx of LGBTQ in our society in the last 30 year"

Evolution is a messy process and tends towards “good enough”. Once you achieve that, selective pressure abates. If you can achieve a 95% success rate in the correlation between genetic/biological/mental genders, and sexual pressures, then other evolutionary pressures become predominant and there’s not really any pressure to gain that extra 5%. Never mind the fact we’re a social species and there may be selective advantage to having significant numbers of non-reproductive individuals for caregiver purposes (this is probably why women live decades past menopause; this is something fairly unique to social species). Homosexuality is not uncommon in the animal kingdom for this same reason – if the system works most of the time then that’s where the selection stops.

The influx is merely increased awareness. Actual rates of homosexuality have not changed even as the closet doors have opened.
commented 2017-04-15 16:05:56 -0400
“Leviticus 2013 commented 19 hours ago
Queer is a choice..!!
As well, the deeper the indoctrination the more likely you have a queer result.!! "

Why don’t you go ahead and choose to be gay for a weekend then, don’t bash it til you try it.

Oh, wait, you can’t choose what gender you’re attracted to? Hmm.
commented 2017-04-15 14:20:08 -0400
Drew Wakariuk,

What rights do gay people have that you and everyone else does not? What can’t you do.

Canada isn’t Europe and M103 is about hate speech. If you actually think sharia law is coming to Canada, then you are an example of how fear mongering works on the stupid.
commented 2017-04-15 14:14:49 -0400
Peter Netterville,

The spiritual world. LOL. But a gay gene is ridiculous notion to you.

Do you actually read what you type before officially posting?

Again, it will be science that confirms God’s existence or not when we have the technology and knowledge to do so. Although I suspect by then, people won’t care as much as people are becoming less and less religious and atheism is growing really fast with each passing decade. Perhaps society won’t believe in God 100 years from now.

So if there is a spirit world, science will uncover that as well.
commented 2017-04-15 02:48:14 -0400
Jack Carter actually my rights have been stomped on and gays can do things i cannot, sorry if you are too dense to understand that , and if you think sharia is not coming then explain m103 and Europe you halfwit.
commented 2017-04-15 00:19:15 -0400
“The bottom line is that science will determine if God exists or not at some point – be it 50 years from now or hundreds of years from now. "

Not until science includes in its’ methodology the observation of the spiritual world.
commented 2017-04-15 00:08:14 -0400
Peter Netterville,

The bottom line is that science will determine if God exists or not at some point – be it 50 years from now or hundreds of years from now.

There is no other source that will make such discoveries as technology allows with the exception of the second coming of Jesus Christ.
commented 2017-04-14 23:46:39 -0400
As I posted in another article:

Those who throw their everything into science and treat it as their religion desperately try to portray Christians as opposed to science or that they are anti-science.

Wrong.

Science: the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.

Science is a tool, a tool to help us understand the environment in which we live.

Not opposite to Christianity, but it is an incomplete methodology for proving the existence of God.

Where science fails is that anything that cannot be observed is therefore assumed to not exist by those who want to use science to disprove God’s existence.

If science is used for what it was intended, the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment, then it is and excellent tool.

Science will obviously fail to prove God’s existence because science uses the observational skills of humans and the spiritual world cannot be observed by the human five senses

God is spirit. Observation cannot directly observe God because our senses cannot observe the spiritual world. Science can only observe the creation made by God and see its’ complexity … anecdotal evidence.

So therefore those relying on science as the only tool to prove or disprove God’s existence will obviously believe that God is a fairy tale since there is no spiritual world according to those who trust science as there religion instead of using it as a tool for what it is meant to do, study the natural physical world.

How limited are those who only believe in what they can see, hear, touch, taste, or smell.
commented 2017-04-14 23:09:13 -0400
Peter Netterville,

No you are not required to believe the same, but clearly he is smarter than you. It’s actually refreshing to see that there are some far right conservatives here that are not ignorant on this issue.
commented 2017-04-14 23:05:54 -0400
Jacques Landry,

And yet God and The Bible are nothing more than fairy tales with ZERO proof behind them and yet you have no problem believing that an invisible man lives in the sky. This somehow makes logical sense to you and is completely reasonable, but you have a problem with any theory that states that gay people are born that way.

Yes, that makes a whole lot of sense. LOL.
commented 2017-04-14 22:42:27 -0400
There is no such thing as being born gay,that is the just another BS leftist idiocy I have had to listen to my whole life. One either believes in God or evolution, if its God, then " go forth and multiply" I don’t see where being gay, and will never multiply fits in. Should you believe in evolution, how in good sense can you think that natural selection came up and propagated a gene that leads to a total dead-end. Nurturing and early childhood development shaped gays identity. Should you doubt this, then explain the influx of LGBTQ in our society in the last 30 years. I have had to watch this last generation( for the most part ) turned into the most identity confused, ill read,immature, bunch of cry baby snowflakes the west has ever seen. I’m not saying that your life style is a matter of choice, but it is a matter of your childhood influence. Before any of you decide to attack me on my views, don’t waste your time bringing up this or that study by this or that institution. This politicly correct messed up western civilization has enough crap studies to justify anything, including supporting and defending Islam, an ideology that believes and defends pedophilia. Gay right activists want us to accept that they were born this way, so please go to your local mosque have a good sit down, explain your feelings and that Allah had no say in the way you turned out, and see how much understanding you get. Don’t forget, you are the ones who lumped their rights ( to be who they are ) right along with yours. See you at the next stoning.
commented 2017-04-14 22:15:15 -0400
“You know that already, so you are being disingenuous when asking for definitive scientific proof "

Bullshit. You have not provided any proof whatsoever that there is a gay gene.

" … so what does he know that you don’t for him to say that of course people are born gay."

What Glenn Craig believes or does not believe is of no concern to me. Because he is right wing are we required to believe the same?

“We are talking if gay people are born that way on any level just generally speaking. "

My point was that some of those people that could be considered by you to be born gay could in fact be environmentally conditioned at an early age to think gay activity is okay and therefore they appear to have been born gay when in fact they were not.

You have not commented upon why you insult me for wanting scientific proof that there is a gay gene when you accept that people are born gay with the scientific proof. … … And you insult me for not being scientific in my acceptance of God. Seems a bit hypocritical to me.

But it is obvious that we have exhausted this topic, so it is over … until, of course, you get in the last comment.

Good evening, Jack.