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The Homosexuals' PopeThis week we became aware of a new step in the identification of Francis I with the modern world. As The Advocate - the magazine of the homosexual movement in the United States - published its last issue of 2013, it elected the Pope as the Person of the Year.
This homage of the homosexuals was motivated by Francis' inadmissible statement: "If someone is gay and seeks the Lord with good will, who am I to judge?"
The acronym NOH8 - artificially stamped on Francis' cheek - stands for "No to Hate 8," which was a protest against Proposition 8 in California. As we recall, Proposition 8 defined marriage as the union of a man and a woman. In two referendums it was approved by the majority of the voters of California to be included in the legislation of that State. With these actions, the public directly rejected same-sex "marriage." After that, against all the rules of civilized democracies, the Federal Supreme Court decided the approval of Proposition 8 was unconstitutional.
NOH8 continues to be a symbol for the liberation of same-sex "marriage" and the acceptation of homosexuals. Those who promote this campaign pretend that Proposition 8 and all the laws around the world defining marriage as an union between a man and a woman prevents homosexuals from expressing their opinions. Consequently, in their propaganda they appear with gags over their mouths and NOH8 stamps on their cheeks.
Below, examples of male and female homosexuals posing for the NOH8 campaign.
How this scandalous approval of homosexuals for Francis is weighing on the scales of the divine justice to hasten God's intervention to save His Church, we do not know. What we know is that the Chair of Peter, which should be the rock of morality in the world, with Francis has become the main supporter of the sin against nature that characterized Sodom and Gomorrah.
Posted December 22, 2013