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Whited Sepulchre Christians, Jews, and Muslims Care More for Doctrinal Purity Than Gay Kids’ Lives

December 7, 2011

Whited Sepulchre Charles McVety doesn't want kids to know about sex, and especially safe sex, either

In October of 2011, fifteen-year-old Jamie Hubley, son of Kanata South Councillor Allan Hubley, took his own life. He did so because he was bullied mercilessly for being gay. He is far from the first youngster who has faced that sort of bullying, and who has taken took that way out. Teen depression and suicide among gay kids because of being bullied for being gay was a primary impetus for the creation of the It Gets Better project.

Now Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and his government plan to introduce legislation that gives schools the authority to severely crack down on bullying. And it also gives all students — all students, even if they are in religion-based schools — the right to form gay-straight alliances, whether or not they use that name for their clubs.

The response from the hard-line religious community in Ontario:

Christian, Jewish and Muslim representatives say they agree school bullies must be stopped, but they can’t condone a requirement under the legislation proposed to deal with it that schools promote sexual tolerance through gay clubs.

Take note: these Christian, Jewish, and Muslim leaders CAN’T CONDONE LEGISLATION THAT PROMOTES SEXUAL TOLERANCE. To hell with you, Jamie Hubley!

The ringleader of this group (interestingly, a man who thinks his fellow Jewish and Muslim spokespersons are condemned by God and are rightly going to hell, but hey, he’ll make a deal with the devil if he can prevent gay kids from being protected) is Charles McVety, who also led the charge to prevent Ontario schools from teaching students about sex. As he says,

“To force, especially Christian classrooms or schools, to have homosexual clubs would of course be an affront to their family values,” Charles McVety, of the Institute for Canadian Values, told a joint news conference.

“And what does this have to do with bullying? Nothing.”

Poor Charles McVety, who clearly never reads the papers. Or hears of the merciless bullying of gay kids, and the occasional suicide that results, and dismisses them because helping them violates his “family values.” Apparently, Councillor Allan Hubley did not have any sort of “real” family because his son was gay. The milk of Christlike kindness runs through the veins of Charles McVety. Just ask him.

And notice that he said, “especially Christian classrooms or schools.” Again — did the Jewish and Muslim leaders with him even notice this? He cares nothing for them. Nothing. I guess they don’t mind being treated as negligently as he’s treating kids like Jamie Hubley — as long as they can ride his coattails and get out their own message of hatred and bigotry:

Rabbi Mendel Kaplan of Chabad Flamingo Synagogue in Toronto said he also believes that parts of the anti-bullying bill aimed at making schools inclusive and tolerant of gay lifestyles are offensive to many families.

It is, apparently, “offensive” to this pure, (self-?)righteous, and holy Jewish Rabbi that kids like Jamie Hubley should be protected.

Rabbi Mendel Kaplan

Not very fond of those homosexuals?

What Rabbi Mendal Kaplan is complaining about is which kind of “correctness” is to be imposed on society — and wants it to be his (and to hell with bullied gay kids) rather than that of “activists” who are trying to protect kids like Jamie. From bullying. And — you know — from death.

Hurray for all that Christian, Jewish, and Muslim doctrinal purity! Hurray for all the lives sacrificed to it — lives not of these holy imams and rabbis and Christian preachers, but lives of the kids who have nowhere to turn and no one to protect them. Talk about a “have your cake and eat it too” situation.

And what is Jesus’ reaction to things that will protect children — even (*gasp*) those who don’t pass a “doctrinal purity” test?

Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.’

They also will answer, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?’

He will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.’

Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life. (Matt. 25:41-46)

Was Jamie Hubley hungry and thirsty for protection? Was he a bullied stranger in his own school? Did he need help?

Charles McVety, Mendal Kaplan, and their ilk have the answer: Jamie did not conform to their precious, life-sacrificing doctrines. Therefore — NO.

Whited Sepulchres to the core.

Allan Hubley and his son, Jamie Hubley

He does not deserve protection? Shame on you religious leaders!
2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ken_M permalink
    December 8, 2011 12:25 pm

    I would just love to hear McVety’s reaction if it were evangelical kids who were bullied to the point of committing suicide. I can assure you that he would not oppose legislation to require schools to allow students to set up evangelical-non-evangelical alliance clubs. And I am sure that he would not oppose legislation that would require schools to teach about the different religions.

    Repeat after me…HYPOCRITE…

    • December 8, 2011 12:29 pm

      Definitely a hypocrite, Ken, absolutely. McVety would be screaming to the skies for new laws if that were happening to young Christian kids. Though actually, I don’t think he’d go for evangelical/non-evangelical alliances. He’d want the government to allow evangelical-only student clubs to try to ram their version of Christianity down fellow students’ throats (ie. be missionaries), while not allowing that sort of thing from other religious groups. And while he’d love evangelical Christianity taught in schools, he’d never in a million years want the teachers to give equal time to other religions.

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