DamienCasanova said:'FAMILY MARCH' IN HAIFA IS SET TO COUNTER GAY PRIDE PARADE
The gay pride parade is set to take place in Haifa on Friday, while a day earlier, another march will take place, the "Family March."
According to the organizers of the event, the march is an initiative by both religious and secular citizens who wish to stress the importance of the traditional family values.
"We received massive support from everyone," said one of the event organizers. "Religious, secular, new olim and old citizens alike all supported us. A citizen who made aliyah from Russia translated the pamphlet to Russian and distributed it among his friends, the support was tremendous."
Meanwhile, Facebook closed the page calling for people to join the march. "We are being fought on all possible fronts," commented Attorney Na'ama Sela, one of the event organizers.
"The LGBT organizations make their way to the education system from kindergarten. There is an open debate on sexuality in school and on the street, while the ordinary family disappeared from the public agenda. The discussion speaks of vague sexuality and of a flexible family," Sela added.
In the pamphlet distributed among the public by the organizers, it was claimed that "There are already companies in Israel that black market the womb of third-world women in a child-rearing farm, and are exploiting the tragedy of these disadvantaged women for the sake of same-sex couples."
The organizers call on the general public to attend the march, "The 'Family March' is the first step in returning the discourse to the moral plane as it should be in a liberal society."
Date Set For ‘Straight Pride’ Parade In Boston
BOSTON (CBS) – Organizers of what they’ve dubbed a “Straight Pride” parade say they will be receiving a license from the City of Boston to hold the event on August 31.
Organizers held a press conference on Wednesday outside of City Hall. The parade is being put together by a group calling itself “Super Happy Fun America.”
John Hugo said he has been told by city officials a license will be approved for the August 31 event.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh previously said he could not deny the group based on their values.
“Permits to host a public event are granted based on operational feasibility, not based on values or endorsements of beliefs. The City of Boston cannot deny a permit based on an organization’s values,” the mayor said earlier this month.
Hugo said Wednesday that Milo Yiannopoulos, a political commentator whose events have regularly been met by protesters, will be the parade’s grand marshal.
“We want people to be aware that there is not only one side of things. There’s a lot of people that are uncomfortable with a lot of things that are going on in our country and they’re afraid to speak up,” Hugo said in a previous interview with WBZ-TV.
In 1994 former mayor and current talk-show host Roger Hedgecock organized a group of protesters calling themselves "The Normal People". They applied to march in the Pride parade “in political disagreement to the homosexual agenda.” When rejected by the organizers of the parade, Hedgecock filed a lawsuit, arguing that their exclusion violated San Diego's "Human Dignity Ordinance." The Superior Court rejected their claim, arguing that their right to march was not protected under the ordinance, since the parade was a private event and the "Normal People" message was intended to interfere with the event.
Vladimir Poontang said:I'm sure he'll do an entertaining job of it, but why does Milo have to represent a straight march? Straight people are 98+% of the population and they had to pick Milo?
Simeon_Strangelight said:< The propaganda is relentless - not even giving the team a choice, they even changed the captain's armband into a rainbow flags. And the fans likely got rainbow flags to wave - maybe even got 100 pounds extra for their trouble.
Simeon_Strangelight said:Never forget guys - tolerance is not enough anymore.
If you aren't sucking dick or are willing to date a trannie, then you are a homo-trannie-phobe deserving to be executed on the spot.
Renzy said:I gather that most of the men on here are single, but with the change in direction of this forum, some of you will be starting families. I have to say - you may think you are conservative now, but just wait until you have kids. Watching the way they are trying to market this stuff to children, and boys especially, really makes me hate these people.