Cardinal Arinze tells the truth.
By Antigone (articles ) | May 23, 2003
Cardinal Arinzes Georgetown speech will inevitably provoke a disingenous school-marm-goes-queer response.
Homosexual activists try to suppress honest discussion by saying that expressing misgivings about homosexuality can lead to violence against gays as in the well publicized case of Matthew Shepard, the Wyoming man who was beaten to death.
And I suppose thats true, because human nature, deeply flawed as it is, is often played out at a level that most of us dont want to admit exists.
However, if negative discussion of homosexuality does NOT take place, and homosexual practices flourish, that same deeply flawed humanity takes a different outlet: violence against young, innocent children, perpetrated by men driven to a frenzy by their perversions.
Take the case of Charles "Ebony" Horton, a man who threatened an 11-year-old boy with a screwdriver when he refused to perform a sex act on him, or the 1998 murder of little Jeffrey Curley , aged 10, lured by the promise of a bicycle into the hands of warped men (who, by the way, had man/boy love literature in their vehicle).
Evil exists. Violence exists. All we can do is tell the truth and hope we at least do something to protect our innocent children.
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