GAYS CONDEMN SALVATION ARMY
Catalyst January/February Issue 2013
The Salvation Army was under attack from homosexual activists this Christmas season for merely holding Christian beliefs on marriage and the family—it does not discriminate against anyone. The war extended to a formal resolution by the Associated Students of the University of California at Berkeley calling for a ban of Salvation Army donation boxes on campus; university officials considered the request.
An organized effort to boycott the Salvation Army was also called by a pro-gay website, watermarkonline.com. It asked its readers nationwide not to give to the charitable organization. Gays in Chicago launched their own campaign to withhold donations. The net result is that more of the needy went without needed assistance this Christmas season, thanks to the efforts of these homosexuals.
Not only does the Salvation Army not discriminate in hiring, and in whom they serve, it does not lobby for any cause. Indeed, its only agenda is serving the dispossessed.
Yet to those driven by a lust for power in the homosexual community, it makes sense to sacrifice the poor for the purpose of advancing their agenda.
It is too kind to say this is another example of political correctness: It is nothing less than an attempt to punish thought. This, of course, is one of the ugliest traits of the totalitarian mindset. That its intellectual home is the University of California at Berkeley, should come as a surprise to no one.
We asked for our members to give to the Salvation Army this past Christmas season. We wanted to let the organization know that we support their charitable goals, as well as their courage in standing up to these ideological bullies.