Google Comes Out To Force Tolerance Of Homosexuality


Internet giant Google has become one of the most powerful and influential companies in the world and now is looking to influence the globe on the issue of homosexuality. They have already put the liberal view of guns in their policy to restrict guns, ammunition and gun accessories from showing up in their Google Shopping section. Now they are launching a “Legalize Love” campaign, which they announced on July 7. The purpose of the campaign is to put pressure on countries that do not recognize “homosexual rights” or outlaw homosexual behavior to change.

Google has even created a special network for Google employees who are homosexual, lesbian, bi-sexual or tranasgendered called “Gayglers”.

From the Google website they claim:

Google has a long history of support for Pride celebrations around the world. In 2011, over one thousand Googlers participated in Pride celebrations in a dozen cities to support equality. To date in 2012, more than 1,500 Googlers have marched in Pride celebrations, including Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Tel Aviv and Warsaw. However, it’s not just through Pride that we show our support for the LGBT community. At Mardi Gras in Sydney, we hosted two Queer Thinking seminars on Activism in the Internet Age and Queer Careers.

And in July Gayglers from over a dozen counties celebrated at World Pride in London where they were joined by one million visitors from around the world.

We’re always looking for ways to educate the broader community about LGBT rights and inclusion, through seminars, trainings and conferences hosted at Google. As part of the World Pride celebration in London this year, we brought 100 guests from LGBT advocacy groups, employee networks and diversity organisations to our office in London for the first ever Google Legalise Love Conference. Our goal was to start a debate about creating an inclusive workplace for LGBT employees around the world. Our guest speakers included Shami Chakrabarti of Liberty Human Rights, Peter Tatchell of The Peter Tatchell Foundation, and a panel of campaigners representing Europe, India, Africa and Asia.

Fox News reported,

The search giant will team up with local companies and grass-roots campaigns in regions that it believes discriminate against homosexuals, but Google insists the move isn’t politically motivated.

Of course it’s politically motivated. That’s why they want to have countries change laws. That is why they set up these conferences and put out the propaganda that homosexuality is “love” and this is about “homosexual rights.”

My friends, homosexuality is not about love and it certainly is not about “homosexual rights.” Let me demonstrate. First my presupposition is that the Bible is the Word of God. God is clear that homosexuality is not love, but a perversion of sexual nature that God designed in man. While men are commanded to love men and women are to love women and they each to love each other, that does not mean that they are to indulge in perversions of the natural order of things.

Love is something that one does. It is action. However, it is not sex. Sex can be engaged in with or without love.

The irony is that homosexuals demand that government stay out of their bedrooms, yet want government to grant them permission to “marry.” If homosexuals simply kept their sex life in their bedrooms, there wouldn’t be an issue in society, but they wear their perversion on their sleeves as though their sexuality defines them.

As for homosexual rights. Well look every homosexual has the same exact rights as any hetero-sexual. They can legally marry anyone of the opposite sex that a hetero-sexual can. Since I cannot marry a man, they cannot marry a man. See? Same rights. What the homosexual community is calling for are “special rights.”

Sadly, Google is engaging in this redefining of words, much like the homosexual movement of the 80’s chose to redefine the term “gay” to be used to refer to homosexuals. There is nothing gay about the homosexual lifestyle. In fact, when one does the research they discover a very dark and sad effect of homosexuality on those who live in that lifestyle.

Dave Bohon, at The New American wrote,

The launch of Google’s “Legalize Love” campaign met with applause and support from other corporate and government entities attending the London homosexual summit. “What we have found is that a partnership between corporations and the U.S. government is very powerful,” said an approving Claire Lucas of the U.S. Agency for International Development, which also uses its clout to aggressively push for programs that promote contraception and abortion in third world countries. “We are working with some NGOs and some corporations on a global LGBT partnership. The corporations are co-funding with the U.S. government these civil society organizations around the world.”

Bob Amnnibale, a Citigroup executive, pointed out the tremendous pressure a company like Google can exert. “The fact that Google is so virtual and its appeal is very wide and young demographically means it can help spread messaging very, very quickly,” Amnnibale told the summit. “If you are trying to change something, governments can exert diplomatic power, NGOs can martial facts and arguments, but corporations martial economic power. That is something even the most passive of countries will listen to.”

Google’s own online promotion of the campaign appeared to confirm that it would use its power to compel countries to embrace homosexual behavior. “Though our business and employees are located in offices around the world, our policies on non-discrimination are universal throughout Google,” the company warned. “We are proud to be recognized as a leader in LGBT inclusion efforts, but there is still a long way to go to achieve full equality. Legalize Love is our call to decriminalize homosexuality and eliminate homophobia around the world.”

Sadly many people will buy into the propaganda of Google through this campaign, that those of us who oppose homosexuality are fearful of them. I’m actually not fearful of them. I just choose to tell them the truth about what God says concerning their sin. They have no problem is declaring my view is wrong. Should I then start claiming that they are fearful of me? Doesn’t make sense does it?

I have to daily preach the gospel to myself in regards to my own sins. Why should I back off from doing it for others in hopes that God might show them mercy because of the work of Jesus Christ?

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