After listing Danah Gaz, a transgendered LGBT activist, into the hall of shame for saying that US soldiers were “Fertilizer in training”, several LGBT activists came on the website and started posting disgraceful comments about the US Military. We even posted the following comment on the page to show that we were not discriminating against LGBT:
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. They should start speaking out against uneducated trash like Danah Gaz.
This isn’t the first time….
About a month ago, LGBT activists mocked a soldier that lost an arm in combat. LGBT activists mocked the disabled veteran with comments like “I have both my arms and you don’t”. Two LGBT activists have burnt a flag while yelling anti American nonsense. The only community that has shown more disrespect for the US military than the #ericsheppardchallenge has been the LGBT community. Between 15% – 20% of all flag desecration / military disrespect we have seen has come from LGBT activists.
Even when I specifically made sure to mention that a majority of LGBT doesn’t feel this way, LGBT activists still came on this website posting disgusting comments to defend Danah Gaz. I find it extremely disturbing that anyone in that community would hate the US military. IN countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan, you’d be murdered instantly if you were caught in a same sex relationship. Why on earth would you disrespect the same people that defend your rights to be whomever you want to be in this country?
The subject of same sex rights is a very touchy subject, one we are not going to inject our personal opinion on, however, we will say this. When you proudly post all over your wall how you are standing up for same sex rights you are damaging the reputation of your movement when you also post comments like “US troops are fertilizer for the ground” on the same page. I’m pretty sure a majority of the LGBT movement would become enraged at these comments, especially after the battle they have fought (according to them) for same sex rights in the past 50 years in America.
Are you going to allow a few people to set your movement back 50 years? I think that people in the LGBT community should counter these actions by showing appreciation and support for the men and women that serve this country, but hey, that’s just me.