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Call LGBT Movement by its Real Name: Evil

August 13, 2013

jpg(l. Ropert Lopez was raised in a 2-mom family)

"Our political foes are stronger than us, but nobody is stronger than God.  Only if we call upon God will we find any reprieve from the free-fall of a postmodern America defined by Obama's Left."

By Robert Oscar Lopez

The Political Problem of Evil
(Edited/abridged by

I had a recent meeting with a priest, who ... said, "You are fighting against real darkness."  He was referring to my involvement in a movement to protect the rights of children to be raised by a mom and dad...

Little in my life prompted me to speak in terms of good and evil prior to 2012.

It was a year ago, however, in an article in The Public Discourse, that I came forward with a truthful critique of the LGBT movement.  That movement and its problems were something that I knew more personally than almost anyone in the world, since I'd been raised from my toddler years onward in a gay household, and I came out as bisexual myself the same year that my mother passed away.

My piece in The Public Discourse on August 6, 2012, "Growing up with Two Moms," wasn't grounded in religious condemnations of homosexuality.  It was, rather, an uncensored summary of what life was like for a child born into leftist utopian dreams gone awry.  It did not seem implausible for me to love my mother yet concede that her divorce from my father and her taking up with another woman for almost all the years that I was being raised by her caused me lifelong wounds that never healed.

The gay lobby had few ways to rebut my point, so they had to resort to vomiting out random insults.  I wasn't lying, so investigating my personal life wasn't going to help.  I wasn't a closet case, so they couldn't "out" me the way they had crushed other antagonists.  And while I am just as much of a sinner as the next guy, hypocrisy was a tough charge to throw at me, because I'd actually applied what I'd learned ... to my choices as a father later on. 

As an adult, when I found out that I had gotten a woman pregnant, I decided I would never put another human being in the same situation I knew as a boy.  I would not repeat the mistake of the father who abandoned me when I was born.  I would not repeat the mistake of the mother who entangled me in a homosexual imbroglio that left me socially defenseless against a cruel world when she died.

I knew what it was like to be the child of a gay parent, the child of divorce, an orphan.  I knew what it was like to be a gay parent as well.  I knew there was no excuse for depriving a child of a mom or a dad, just to embark on a new endeavor called "same-sex parenting," which was just a fancy word for the unjustified exploitation of children for personal gain.

I stayed with the mother of my child, to raise our child together, because I knew better than anyone else that that's the best thing for a kid.  Millions of years of evolution, not to mention thousands of years of cultural history, have left the human being with a developmental template designed for growth under the custody of a man and a woman in a mutually supportive sexual relationship.  My decision to place my daughter and wife ahead of politics, I realized, wasn't merely a personal choice.  It was an ethical imperative that I felt called upon to share with others, because the gay lobby was pushing many people to do the opposite -- that is, to place sexual ideology before the duty to love all of their children, including the halves of their children that came from the opposite sex.


In the ensuing year, my life became an endless array of traumas.  Repeated attempts to get me fired failed, so finally the gay lobby placed me on a "commentator accountability" list with a host of other people identified as "anti-gay" and blocked from access in the mainstream media.  The Supreme Court cases on DOMA and Proposition 8 sucked me into the vortex, as did the fight for gay marriage in Minnesota, the struggle for gay marriage in France and Britain, and the battle over gay adoption in Russia's Duma.  I'd spent twenty years trying to be a writer, but I ended up receiving international attention not for what I wrote, but rather because my life seemed to people like a tawdry Jerry Springer vignette.

Those who disagreed with me recruited students, family members, and colleagues to denounce me.  They dug up an old novel that I'd written and trashed it, calling me the worst writer ever.  They tear-gassed my camp in Paris, butted against barricades to lunge at us in Brussels, and called me "loathsome" in St. Paul.  They filed complaints, issued denunciations, e-mailed me hate and vileness beyond anything I could ever imagine.

No leftist came to my defense.  Only Christians did.

Being sinful and unenlightened, I became involved with politics, in the beginning, with a fear of being labeled a believer.  I thought somehow that if I kept God out of my arguments, and by necessity out of my thought process, the secular, liberal world would heed my message and give a fair hearing to the rights of the weakest among us.

FranceMarr4-300x200.jpg I marched in France with leaders of the kids' rights movement, at one point a million people strong on the streets of Paris, beseeching the world to place a child's right to a mom and dad above the clamor of gay adults to own children.

The leaders of the French "Manif pour Tous" worked hard to keep religious iconography out of their march.  Like me, they saw Christian theology as a liability for their movement.  De-theologizing themselves backfired.  The result was that François Hollande's socialist government ignored them, legalized homosexual adoption, and put in motion plans to make sperm-banking universally available to lesbian couples -- something they'd promised the French never to do.  Publicly subsidized surrogacy arrangements for gay men are soon to follow.

My fear of being associated with God, of talking about God, and of diagnosing the real evil behind what we fight has been not a rational strength, but rather an existential weakness.  To fight what we fight, we have to understand that it is an ancient beast, recorded in the biblical books like Job and Ecclesiastes.  When Ecclesiastes wrote that there was nothing new under the sun, he meant the message for us.  We can't ignore it.

A similar message was meant for us when God asked a beleaguered Job, "Have you an arm like God?  Can you thunder with a voice like Him?" (40:9).  Our political foes are stronger than us, but nobody is stronger than God.  Only if we call upon God will we find any reprieve from the freefall of a postmodern America defined by Obama's left.

After seeing same-sex parenting advance in leaps and bounds in country after country, I realized that the priest is right.  Ecclesiastes saw this long ago.  The message to Job is still as real as it was when first delivered.  It is real darkness that we fight.

The gay movement will never make peace with us until we disown the most important message of Christ.  Christ says we must not live in the urges and ambitions of this world, but must live according to his pure vision of love.  God gave up Christ to be sacrificed so that we would all be freed from the bondage of sin. 

There is no way to reconcile this doctrine with the gay lobby's insistence that they can define themselves according to fleshly desires of this world and buy immortality by purchasing children.  Make peace with the gay lobby, and we lose God, condemning ourselves to an eternity without the greatest love of all.

"The hate you encounter," the priest told me, "is the cry of pain from people who are hurting, because they are living in such darkness."

What will the right be without God?  Without the courage to name and fight evil?  Without discernment?  I have found an answer to those questions, but all of us must decide on our own, I suppose.
Thanks "E" for this.
Robert Oscar Lopez's blog

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Comments for "Call LGBT Movement by its Real Name: Evil"

Betty said (August 16, 2013):

Mr. Lopez, appreciate your honesty in your article about children raised in LGBT homes.

Marriage and parenthood have been lowered to the status of lifestyle choices, I guess. The Powers That Be are destroying everything that holds humans and culture together.

Why is it OK to destroy a family in the name of sexual identity? I never saw Brokeback Mountain and never will. It glorifies self-satisfaction over responsibility. It's wrong to leave a spouse any time children are involved, whether it's for a person of the same sex or the opposite. A man who leaves his wife for another woman is a lout. So is any parent who abandons a child for another person.

And what's next? Polygamy? Bestiality? Why not lower the age of consent for marriage to 10, as some countries do.

I admire your decision to be faithful to your vows. It's not a course of action now encouraged by our lazy, careless, dumbed-down crass society. I despise the message being put out by music, TV, movies, and political figures. Obama should denounce Lil Wayne. So should leaders of both parties, not that I think there's any real distinction between them. They're all the same, like odd pieces of cloth sewed into the same quilt.

I pity today's children. They live in a degraded world. It's pretty obvious I read all the conspiracy writers, from Marrs to Stichin to Montalk. I don't see how we're every going to pull away from the evil world future that Star Wars portrayed. Decency is pretty much kaput.
I hope you will rise above the many attacks you must receive. Best wishes to you and your family.

Richard said (August 14, 2013):

After 911 I was stirred to seek people who were willing to speak up against the big lies that were coming down from government and media. I'd always identified as 'liberal' and 'left'.

But like most suburbanites I wasn't really active, just like millions of people that bitched during coffee break. As I began going to so-called 'grass roots' protests of occupation of Iraq I realized the people handling these things expected you to agree with the entire list of Leftist issues.

For instance, to be 'anti-war' they assumed I was 'pro-choice'. In other words, to be against killing grown men in war for Capitalism, you had to approve killing babies for Feminism. I refused to go along in either group - left of right.

So like many others, I ended up on internet forums for a couple of years. The same thing held there -- the forum members patted each other on the back for being against injustice, and political hypocrisy of Bush and Blair, but when the serial killer Doctor Kavorkian was released from prison they cheered. They were also obsessed with the Mayan Calendar and praised the extinct Mayan culture as something to emulate in our time. Never mind that the Mayans, like the Aztecs and Incas practiced mass human sacrifice.

I thought I was 'friends' with these online personalities, so when I spoke my mind on what I thought Dr. Kavorkian and the Mayans they all turned on me, accusing me of being a religious fanatic, and a CHRISTIAN troll. In fact at that time I was neither religious or Christian. But then I began to see that agnostic liberalism is wide open to falling into fascism. Hitler was into Eugenics, euthanasia, the environment, animal rights, and all the rest of it. Hitler was a Leftist.

Robert Lopez went down the same road of realization when he began to question part of the liberal agenda - because it's a total package. They don't allow line item veto.

Duane said (August 13, 2013):

"No leftist came to my defense. Only Christians did."

In brevity... that says it all.

They don't like a real fight ..... only the gossip and the slander.

They are herd cowards.

Anonymous said (August 13, 2013):

"There is nothing new under the sun" says the Book of Ecclesiastes. Lopez' point here is well taken.

I read years ago that Rome had sent ships to England to round up the light skinned young boys who were then auctioned off to the highest bidder back home.

All empires that have sanctioned immorality by a State Mandate, like the US Supreme Sewer did a few months ago with gay marriage, were then later destroyed. America might not be the exception to this rule like some think. God will not be mocked!
When you place a child in a home with same sex parents you take away his freedom of sexual identity. How could his "parents" raise him to respect the opposite sex when they don't? How could they teach him "procreation" in an environment of "degeneration"?

No one should have the legal right to corrupt a child and steal his innocence like that.

Victoria Malcolm Story said (August 13, 2013):

In my opinion, Robert Lopez is absolutely right. Who is concerned about the child's interests in these 'gay' relationships? Surely, our job as a society should be to defend the interest of the weakest members and that means children (animals, too, in my opinion), not adults who have made a choice to live in what is, without a great deal of mechanical intervention, a sterile relationship . Why do 'gay' people so much wish to emulate a relationship which disgusts them when experienced between a man and a woman? Look at any 'homosexual' family, there will always be a 'mother' and a 'father'.

One of the most endearing characteristics of children is their ability to adapt to almost any situation. However, just because they adapt, doesn't mean that it is what is best for them. (In that case, why aren't children left in abusive, conventional marriages on the theory that they will 'adapt'?) It's time we adults began standing up for the rights of children to have a mother and a father. The ideology of the LGBT movement should take a back seat to the needs of children, who, being unable to advocate for themselves, need adult allies in this struggle. My suggestion to gay couples who wish to have something to nurture would be to get a dog or cat. They absorb affection even more than do children and the long-term effects are only positive.

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