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ARGUMENTS AGAINST PANCAP AND THE DECRIMINALIZATION OF HOMOSEXUALITY

ARGUMENTS AGAINST PANCAP AND THE DECRIMINALIZATION OF HOMOSEXUALITY

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TOWARDS A POLICY FRAMEWORK OPPOSING PANCAP\u2019S
EFFORT TO DECRIMINALIZE HOMOSEXUALITY
Context:
One of CARICOM's departments, PANCAP, has indicated that it will in November 2008 be recommending to
the region's Attorneys-General the decriminalization of homosexuality and prostitution.
This would represent an act of folly that seemingly ignores all the sociological, scientific/medical, legal and
moral facts to the contrary.
Pages 25-40 below illustrate the legal and civil forms of terrorism now used by gay militants and supporters.

PANCAP uses the astonishingly naive imperative that it will facilitate "access" by members of the homosexual community to PLWHA treatment, forgetting that most HIV/AIDS treatment in the Caribbean is anonymous anyway, and that the homosexuality community is associated with a phenomenal and disproportionate incidence of disease (in 1987 responsible for more than 50% of the USA's cases of syphillis, while only representing 2% of the population). The mental disorder, and its definitive manifestation sodomy, fuels the spread of HIV/AIDS.

The Jamaica Star Forum gave us an opportunity to share information with the wider Caribbean community and
sample pro/con arguments and responses \u2026
Roger Williams
November, 2008
Table of Contents
Pg
Key policy alternatives
1-6
Key alternative policy outcomes that PANCAP should be aiming at
2-8
Key issues that will inform a policy opposing decriminalization
1.
Is the Judeo-Christian position tantamount to being \u201chomophobic\u201d?
9
2.
Doesn\u2019t the initial medical evidence contradict PANCAP\u2019s position?
10
2(a).Is there additional medical evidence?
11
2(b).How can we claim that homosexuality needs entire medical brigades to justify its existence?
12
3(a).Was the Judeo-Christian or \u201ccommon sense\u201d position arrived at by whim and fancy?
16
3(b). \u201cFrom Playboy to Pedophilia: How Adult Sexual Liberation leads to Children\u2019s sexual Exploitation\u201d
4.
What resources can be used to bring a citizen up to speed in a short period of time?
18
5.
Is the deliberate avoidance of alternative policy prescriptions a valid position for PANCAP?
19
6
Deeper, more intense violence that the disorder homosexuality generates in its own community
20
7
The new craze: legalizing extant crimes \u2026 is PANCAP aware of the legal implications?
21
8.
Is PANCAP being manipulated into supporting a 15-year gay-rights plan broadcast in 1993?
22
9.
The legal issues summarized in one page: PART I \u2026 HIV/AIDS used in larger deception
23
10.
The legal issues summarized in one page: PART II \u2026 The \u201cright to privacy\u201d delusion!
24
11.
The legal issues summarized: PART III \u2026 Justice Scalia\u2019s dissent at Lawrence v. Texas
25
11(a)Why does PANCAP feel obligated to support gay-militant terror-tactics and madness?
35
12.
The end of it all: Proposition 8 and gay militant terrorism PART I
36
13.
The end of it all: Proposition 8 and gay militant terrorism PART II
37
14.
The end of it all: Proposition 8 and gay militant terrorism PART III
38
15.
The end of it all: The tyranny of the Courts PART I
39
16.
The end of it all: The tyranny of the Courts PART II \u2026 the death of the democratic process?
40
17.
End notes: How does Canada define \u201cterror\u201d relative to its \u201cprotection\u201d of homosexuality?
41
18.
End Notes II: What the Bible says in a few words is invariably supported by secular scholarship!42
Reply # 149 at the Jamaica Star Forum:
http://forum.jamaica-star.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?num=1223996118;start=all
\u201cSEP, there are no easy answers, only intelligent choices, as we develop a policy framework to counter
gay militant initiatives that may be unwittingly supported by our regional institutions.

One of the major objectives of this exercise will be to expose readers in the Caribbean to the solid evidence hitherto avoided, and to show that almost every argument posted by pro-gay or gay-militant contributors will, upon closer examination, be seen to have engaged in outright lies, twisted logic, wholesale efforts at deception, or some subtle combination of the three.

PANCAP\u2019s education in this regard should begin by noting the words of homosexual activists Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen outlined in the law review \u201cCrafting Bi/Homosexual Youth\u201d, by Judith Reisman, (ht t p: / / www.re gent .edu/ news/ l awrevi ew/ art i cl es/ 14_2R ei sm an.doc ; 14 REGENT U. L. REV. 283, 326 (2002)

"According to Kirk and Madsen, "AIDS gives us a chance, however brief, to establish
ourselves as a victimized minority."
Reisman goes on \u2026

\u201cTo hide the fact that most AIDS children appear to be infected by bi/homosexuals, the "World AIDS Day" artfully reports that "16% of adolescents with AIDS, aged 13 through 19 . . . have been infected through heterosexual contact,\u201d rather than that 84% of AIDS children are infected by male bi/homosexual sex abuse."

\u2026 which words, inter alia, would drive one of our contributors below to make the following point:

"The political proposals advanced by an increasingly aggressive group of gay activists ... merit and demand serious discussion and rational analysis. Unfortunately, gay rights proposals have often received neither. The seriousness of the issues has not been matched by a seriousness of analysis. There has been a curious inversion: a high level of public policy interest; a low level of public policy debate." (Magnuson, p. 137)

While I reserve the right to refine this list later, here are a few possible ideas for sound policy initiatives that

reflect the true evidence, and the views, of a majority of the population in the Caribbean:
First the wider issues...
1.

Gay militants in the homosexual community should be exposed for what they are, sellers of fake goods whose mission seems to be nothing less than the destruction of Christianity and the Judeo-Christian ethic.

Persons who are interested in the wider socio-medical implications should read "Homosexuality and the
Politics of Truth" by Dr. Jeffrey Satinover.

Under the guise of \u201cfacilitating access to treatment for MSMs\u201d what PANCAP will essentially be doing is to propose to the Caribbean people a new schema of \u201cgay rights\u201d and \u201cboy-girl-child-prostitutes rights\u201d. Essential reading is the book by lawyer and author Roger Magnuson (\u201cAre Gay Rights Right:

Making Sense of the Controversy\u201d; Multnomah Press; 1992; Portland, Oregon 97266). The excerpt
below is taken from his arguments at pgs. 67-107, specifically p. 82-89):
\u201cAs we have already seen, proponents of gay rights laws rely heavily on an analogy

to other human rights legislation. If human rights laws have provided protection to other minorities, why should society not add one more group to those protected from discrimination? Hitching their wagon to the broadly based support Americans have traditionally given civil rights laws, gay rights advocates have made surprising progress in the past decade.

The human rights analogy, though popular and politically understandable, cannot withstand careful analysis. Adding homosexual behaviour to a list of classes that includes racial and religious minorities makes no sense. The tenuous balance of social interests represented by these laws is reflected in the few, and carefully chosen, classes they protect. Relief has been given only in extraordinary circumstances.

To add another protected class, at least five requirements have had to be shown:

(1) A demonstrable pattern of discrimination \u2026
(2) \u2026 based on criteria that are arbitrary and irrational \u2026
(3) \u2026 causing substantial injury \u2026
(4) \u2026 to a class of people with an unchangeable or immutable status \u2026
(5) \u2026 which has no element of moral fault.\u201d

Gay militancy ... and its horrible hoax ... fail on these criteria! The real tragedy may well be that
PANCAP never alerted its constituents to the public policy implications that their decision would have.
2.

Secondly, the entire Western world, and those nations that have adopted the Judeo-Christian ethic, should acknowledge the evidence, both secular and Biblical, against homosexuality and gay militancy ... and thereafter repeal the destructive inroads on various creation-structures that gay-militancy has been directly responsible for in our culture: attacks on marriage, manhood, womanhood, family ...

A good start for anyone who wants to come up to speed on the essential arguments would be
"Homosexuality is not a Civil Right" by Robert Regier and Daniel Garcia (
www.crrange.com/wall34.html):

\u201cWhen protecting one\u2019s inalienable and civil rights, the government must discern between liberty and license. This requires that rights attach to persons because of their humanity, not because of their behaviors, and certainly not those behaviors that Western legal and moral tradition has regarded as inimical to the "Laws of Nature and of Nature\u2019s God," as stated in the Declaration.

Yet, today some advocate granting "rights" to behaviors hostile to the most fundamental forms of self-government\u2014family, church, and community. This is especially the case with homosexual activists, who ironically seek to hijack the moral capital of the civil rights movement.\u201d

Additional insight into the need to offer redress given the social implications could be had by reading
"How Britain is turning Christianity into a Crime"
by Melanie
Phillips
(
http://www.melaniephillips.com/articles-new/?p=447):
\u201cThe \u2018diversity\u2019 agenda, in other words, is a fig-leaf for an attack on Christianity\u2026.
But Christianity is still the official religion of this country. All its institutions, its

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