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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Billy is a Movie Star!

Bill "special rights to homosexuals" Muehlenberg is a big movie star now!

He's spent a load of money getting a video on Youtube in which he puts all his charisma into attacking gay people. Apparently if you say anything bad about gay people and suggest they shouldn't marry, then your church will be closed down and you'll be put in gaol.

How odd that, if that's true, Muehlenberg is still a free citizen! Could it be that - perish the thought - he's lying? Could it be that his rant is merely an evidence-free piece of homophobic propaganda?

Check out our Uncle Billy's big movie debut though. He's released a long, rambling 21 minute video, in which even people who agree with him will be wanting to gouge out their eyes than hear his inane, droning voice by the time it ends. For the Tarantino generation, there's an edited highlights - only seven minutes.

To think Billy could have spent the money he's used on the video on - I don't know - his family? But his anti-gay agenda comes before everything, as we know.

The edited highlights:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOdtIXNpx74

The longer, even more tedious version:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afDZPivGIo4

3 comments:

  1. stop being intolerant and bigoted towards Muehlenberg...He's allowed to have his views just like anyone else...and don't assume everyone who is against ''gay marriage'' is a christian or religious.

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    1. Sometimes I get comments of breathless inanity and stupidity that make it a struggle to be polite, but this one takes it to the next level. Where have I said that Muehlenberg isn't allowed to express his views? All I'm doing in disagreeing with Muehlenberg is expressing *my* views. Or does free speech only extend to people you personally agree with? Given the countless examples on this blog of Muehlenberg's censorship, the irony isn't lost on me.

      Standing up to bigotry is not in itself bigotry. I am not spending time and money making videos for Youtube that seek to deny rights to *anybody*. Muehlenberg is actively campaigning against gay people and actively seeking to deny them the same rights he enjoys. That makes him a bigot, and it makes me someone who is fighting bigotry.

      Obviously not everybody against gay marriage is Xtian or religious, or even over 60. However, the *vast majority* are. Things all those who oppose equality share in common: they are ignorant, bigoted, or a combination of both.

      Do you want to try again and actually use some logic or reasoned argument?

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  2. Sometimes I get comments of breathless inanity and stupidity that make it a struggle to be polite, but this one takes it to the next level. Where have I said that Muehlenberg isn't allowed to express his views? All I'm doing in disagreeing with Muehlenberg is expressing *my* views. Or does free speech only extend to people you personally agree with? Given the countless examples on this blog of Muehlenberg's censorship, the irony isn't lost on me.

    Standing up to bigotry is not in itself bigotry. I am not spending time and money making videos for Youtube that seek to deny rights to *anybody*. Muehlenberg is actively campaigning against gay people and actively seeking to deny them the same rights he enjoys. That makes him a bigot, and it makes me someone who is fighting bigotry.

    Obviously not everybody against gay marriage is Xtian or religious, or even over 60. However, the *vast majority* are. Things all those who oppose equality share in common: they are ignorant, bigoted, or a combination of both.

    Do you want to try again and actually use some logic or reasoned argument?

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