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Seattle Examiner Fabricates Orson Scott Card: Kill Gays, Overthrow Government

UPDATE: From ever-invaluable comment feedback, I've learned Card said it after all. link They just linked to the wrong story. Still, Card's comment on overthrowing the government began "how long until people...?" I'd say taken out of context, like the other quotes they use.

I imagine the pathetic gay-marriage militant who wrote this at Seattle Examiner was crying as he was typing away.

(Independent Examiner)- "...Card is advocating a violent overthrow of the American government if it decides to support gay marriage... like my own home-state of Connecticut just did. He writes:

Regardless of law, marriage has only one definition, and any government that attempts to change it is my mortal enemy. I will act to destroy that government and bring it down, so it can be replaced with a government that will respect and support marriage, and help me raise my children in a society where they will expect to marry in their turn. Only when the marriage of heterosexuals has the support of the whole society can we have our best hope of raising each new generation to aspire to continue our civilization.."

Card didn't write that. I can't find it anywhere in the link provided, or the google cache of it. Card in fact is against a revolution, which is what he says rising judicial totalitarism is. Secondly, Connecticut's corrupt judges decided to support gay marriage while the people decided to support traditional marriage. Here's what he said:

(The Ornery American)- "Depriving us of any democratic voice in these sweeping changes may not lead to revolution or even resistance. But it will be just as deadly if it leads to despair. For in the crisis, few citizens will lift a finger to protect or sustain the elite that treated the things we valued -- our marriages, our children, and our right to self-government -- with such contempt."

The lying Examiner goes on to claim Card secretly wants to murder homosexuals out of religious zeal.

(Independent Examiner)- "Note he has been very careful not to say what others of his ilk do: That their bigotry finds its ultimate justification from the Bible, which condemns homosexuality. This of course is the same Bible that says the faithful are required to... kill fortune-tellers and homosexuals...

But in the end, Card can't really hide the fact. He writes: "In my church and many other churches, people still cling fiercely to civilized values and struggle to raise civilized children despite the barbarians who now rule us through the courts.

"Pure democracy" is what Card is grasping at. "

Going from homosexuals to corrupt judges... incredible spin there. And Card never once mentions "pure democracy." Another made up quote, a pathetic strawman.

It's pathetic that the Seattle Examiner would make up quotes about one of the world's best writers in order to tear down his brilliant essay on the subject. Looks like we got another Mormon on the blacklist.

1 comment:

Brian Westley said...

It's from here; Yes, Card said it (though it's in two different paragraphs);