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Alissa Trotz: Using and Abusing Desmond Tutu in the cause of Homosexuality and Transgenderism

Alissa Trotz: Using and Abusing Desmond Tutu in the cause of Homosexuality and Transgenderism

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Desmond Tutu is being used by Alissa Trotz and others as a tool in the destruction of his own faith … and he's helping them ... it’s all in the name of “human rights” … scales on his eyes notwithstanding!
Desmond Tutu is being used by Alissa Trotz and others as a tool in the destruction of his own faith … and he's helping them ... it’s all in the name of “human rights” … scales on his eyes notwithstanding!

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Alissa Trotz: Using « and Abusing « Desmond Tutu in the cause of Homosexuality and Transgenderism!
Dear Editor,I refer to the lengthy feature ³
Toward a Different Understanding
´ 
(SN 15/3/10) by Alissa Trotz and would appreciate theopportunity to rebut. Her article attempts to defend gay rights and activism, and to promote Desmond Tutu in that cause.Readers should note that Abu Bakr has already dealt with over 58% of Alissa¶s presentation in his eloquent letter of rebuttal ³
Homosexuality and its condemnation has nothing at all to do with British hegemonic imperialism
´
(
http://www.stabroeknews.com/2010/letters/03/18/homosexuality-and-its-condemnation-has-nothing-at-all-to-do-with-british-hegemonic-imperialism/). His engaging and solid rationale, and the inevitable slew of comments that attended theretoin SN¶s online forum, makes for interesting reading! Bakr¶s first line advises SN, correctly so, that ³ «
 A columnist in your Monday edition persists with the illogical claim that anti-homosexuality legislation ought to be repealed here simply because it was introduced by the British
«
´ 
Trotz, we should note, has promised ³yet another article
´ 
«Elsewhere, we had rebutted Trotz¶s first submission in the same forum with the detailed article ³
The Case Against Cross-dressing and Transgenderism in Guyana
´ 
(http://www.scribd.com/doc/27698238/The-Case-Against-Cross-Dressing-or-Transgender-ism-in-Guyana). That rebuttal is also found in shortened version online as ³
Kaieteur News/Stabroek News: A Rebuttal of Alissa Trotz and Antoine Craigwell on Transgenderism and Homosexuality in Guyana
´ 
.Desmond Tutu¶s comments in the Washington Post of March 12 constituted, verbatim, 42% of Alissa¶s 3-pager. It is easy tosee that the defence of ³human rights
´ 
and ³gay rights
´ 
have placed intractable scales over Tutu¶s eyes.We should explain!Tutu rightly offers that ³«
Men have been falsely charged and imprisoned in Senegal, and health services for these men and their community have suffered 
«
´ 
but forgets to mention or condemn the slaughter of Christian innocents in Orissa, Nigeriaand the Sudan. Won¶t the Washington Post allow Tutu commentaries on these issues as well?Tutu rightly offers that ³«
 Just this month, mobs in Mtwapa Township, Kenya, attacked men they suspected of being gay 
«
´ 
 but forgets to mention or condemn that in 2008 gay-militants terrorized Christians in the USA
in their churches
, while
campaigning for Proposition 8
, and because of 
their political affiliation
. Left to itself, a disorder will inevitably attemptto impose its madness on accommodating societies!
 
Tutu offers that ³«
That this pandering to intolerance is being done by politicians looking for scapegoats for their failures is not surprising
...
´ 
but forgets to mention that Ugandan Minister for Ethics and Integrity Nsaba Buturo has identified other areas of immorality (
http://www.mediacentre.go.ug/details.php?catId=4&item=667
) that his government is prepared to deal
 
with in a stringent campaign against emergent trends of crime.Tutu offers that he would ³«
never worship a homophobic God 
«
´ 
but forgets to mention the Biblical condemnation of homosexuality. If the Archbishop is in effect denying God¶s Word, the Bible, then what does ³God
´ 
mean to him these days?Tutu has apparently forgotten Romans 1:16-32 and other scriptures. He also makes no distinction between the person and hisactions, equating ³
homosexuals
´ 
with ³
homosexuality 
´ 
, and is obviously into the slippery ideological verbiage that passes fordoctrine in the gay-militant community, by insinuating that God can be considered ³
homophobic 
´ 
. The Bible makes it clearthat God abhors homosexuality (per Dr. Jeffrey Satinover, homosexuality is but one of the many forms of µsoul sickness¶ thatthat are innate to our fallen natures) as much as he abhors any other sin « but Tutu is apparently reading from a differentplaybook these days! Has he in this single statement told us where his allegiances now lie?Tutu offers that ³«
Sexual orientation, like skin color, is another feature of our diversity as a human family 
«
´ 
. This isunfeigned intellectual laziness masquerading as scholarship, or else a fatal delusion per the scales mentioned before. We haveillustrated ³
sexual orientation
´ 
catastrophes at page 6 of ³
The Case Against Crossdressing and Transgenderism inGuyana
´ 
, while addressing the legal importance of ³immutability
´ 
at pages 2-3. Like classic gay-rights activists, Tutumentions NOWHERE the need for treatment in attraction- and gender-identity disorders. He has forgotten God¶s instruction tostudy to show himself approved, and now is depending on his ³friends
´ 
assurances on ³sexual-orientation
´ 
on this issue). Weshould refer him to the law review ³
Homosexuality: Innate and Immutable? 
by Dean Byrd & Stony Olsen(
http://www.regent.edu/news/lawreview/articles/14_2Byrd.doc 
). It will correct many misconceptions in his mind.Tutu offers ³«
does any of us know the mind of God so well that we can decide for him who is included, and who is excluded,from the circle of his love? 
...
´ 
This is go-nowhere theology! Rather than make up the rules for himself, Tutu should agree thatwe know the mind of God from His Word « the Bible ... where else? A rule of thumb he can adopt can well be: if the Biblecondemns it, believe it should be so condemned!Tutu rightly offers that ³«
The wave of hate must stop
«
´ 
but forgets to mention that his own disregard for the evidence andlack of scholarship should feature in such a programme of enlightenment. We should refer him to the law review ³
Child Molestation and the Homosexual Movement 
´ 
 (
http://www.mega.nu:8080/ampp/baldwin_pedophilia_homosexuality.pdf );
by Steve Baldwin
14
EGENT
U.
 
L.
 
EV
. 267 (2002)
as a solid introduction to what Africa can expect if it does not treat homosexuality and transgenderism aswhat they really are « mental and psychosexual disorders that damage the national ethos. Dr. Paul McHugh, DistinguishedService Professor in Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University, is forced in 2005 to make the following conclusion about themedical approach to homosexuality and transgenderism: ³«
e have wasted scientific and technical resources and damaged our professional credibility by collaborating with madness rather than trying to study, cure, and ultimately prevent it 
«
´ 
 
Transgenderism is a Gender-Identity Disorder; Transgenderism is a Mental Disorder 
´;
 
http://www.pfox.org/Transgenderism_is_gender_identity_disorder.html 
).

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