Danah Gaz is a proud LGBT transgendered activist who thinks that saying “All US soldiers are fertilizer in training” brings good publicity to their movement. She thanked administrators of this website via facebook for the publicity she gave her, and considers this an excellent way to support same sex rights in the USA.
The only reason you can be transgendered or be involved in a same sex relationship in the United States is because of US soldiers defending your freedom. IN counties like Afghanistan, Pakistan, or even Saudi Arabia, same sex relationships are still punishable in 2015 by a noose around your neck, even if you’re a teenager.
I don’t know, but I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that most of the LGBT movement appreciates what soldiers have sacrificed for them. If you disagree with something the government says/does, protest the government, don’t mock US Soldiers.
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The purpose of this page is to expose people who desecrate the American flag. All images and videos are taken from posts each individual person has made publicly. The purpose of this page is to expose people, not to condone violence against them.
Sooooo…. Sierra hates ALL white people, but Danah’s OK?????? I’m confused.
I really think 1. Noctorus is Exploiting her for publicity. Or 2. These photos could be stolen and it’s NOC herself behind the photo, or a supporter. She has many identities I’m sure. Before she blocked I’m her group pagbecause , called her ass out for using fake bodies on her photos. She photoshopped white people burning flags to make it look like she had white supporters.
I wish it was true, but read this article. http://www.illwriteit.com/lgbt-activists-mock-dead-soldiers-at-arlington-cemetery/
They have also mocked a disabled vet and burnt a flag in the same month, it’s been going on for a while, but people ignore it because the LGBT issue is touchy. I think people who support the LGBT need to start showing support for the military so that they can show people they don’t stand for this.
Danah gaz is an activist in so far as she is an trans woman with a presence on the Internet. It is presumptuous that we are assumed to have to represent the cause just by virtue of being trans. Cis people, straight people are not expected to be good role models.
What she said was inflammatory to be sure. Certainly hyperbolic, but it reflects a deeply felt anxiety about American imperial power. It is one thing to defend the country, it’s another thing to think you have a right to impose ones will on everyone else.
It’s not nice to attack the solders in my view, as they are not responsible for what the civilian leadership Orders them to do. But the power of the military and the influence of the military industrial complex is very worrisome.
You wouldn’t like it if I held you accountable for what a racist member of the tea party said.
If you post comments like this that have some form of a legitimate debate to them I’ll approve them. And I am not discriminating against all of LGBT I put in both articles I’ve wrote about this that it does not represent a majority of their opinion. Sites that are anti LGBT would come right out and accuse everyone of thinking the same way. I won’t really touch or debate same sex rights it’s too touchy of a subject, all I will say is I think there are far more important things people should be worrying about rather than what gender someone is or who they are sleeping with, like the 4 marines who lost their lives yesterday for example, that’s a serious issue.
I would also add that while it is true that many of our enemies oppress us as trans and gay people, sometimes at the behest of right wing evangelicals such as Scott lively, there is a whole history of missionaries convincing locals who were indifferent or tepid to criminalize being gay, it is in my opinion true that military intervention is what sturs up the Hornets nest in the first place.
We have a history of paying shady people to do dirty work for us who go on to become iron fisted tyrants at best and who often betray us. The Taliban began as the us backed Mujahideen. ISIS sprang from the Syrian opposition and use gear we provided to them and the Iraq army. ISIS is unlikely to have existed had the us not invaded and destabilized Iraq.
If I agreed or disagreed a fact that would still remain is that soldiers are only doing what the government tells them to do, and they are the only reason that you and I can have this conversation right now. I always say if you have a problem with the US government take it out with them via whatever method you see fitting, but do not take it out on soldiers. Soldiers are following orders.