Apparently Daniel Radcliffe is a bit annoyed by homophobia. Apparently the “Catch The Fire” people are a bit annoyed by Daniel Radcliffe.
The magazine quotes Radcliffe continuing his tirade against pro-family parents saying: “I just loathe homophobia. It’s just disgusting and animal and stupid and it’s just thick people who can’t get their heads around it and are just scared.”
Hang on – I think I see where they’ve got confused. They want to be “pro-family”, but they’ve inadvertently defined that as meaning “being ANTI-family if the family has gay people in it”. And they’ve accidentally convinced themselves that being “pro” all families – including gay ones – is somehow “anti-family”. They mean well, they’ve just got the whole thing backwards!
Please be gentle in pointing this out to them. I’m sure they’ll be very embarrassed.
ELSEWHERE: That’s if you can get hold of them. I understand that they’re busy fighting demonic powers:
I believe God has given us a strategic spiritual warfare assignment to take back the high places in our nation. As I have been prayerfully seeking the Lord, the Spirit of God has been revealing to me that the whole nation is under a curse because the witchcraft covens from Mount Ainsley in Canberra are cursing the Federal Parliament, which is the heartbeat of Australia where decisions are being made that effect the whole nation.
On Saturday 17th October 2009 we are calling on all Christians to mount an offensive spiritual warfare attack on the demonic strongholds over the nation.
With that kind of responsibility weighing on their minds, you can see how they might have been distracted on the “pro-family” stuff.
ELSEWHERE #2: Via Confessions, a Washington Post puff-piece for a man the US bigots are using to try to find “arguments” to make their bigotry seem palatable:
["National Organisation for Marriage" head] Brown is confident that if people hear his message, they will believe it. “People already believe it,” he says, “but the issue is so deep-seated that they’ve never had to create an argument for it. Now we have to give people the language to do that.” Create talking points. Help them see.
I doubt he meant that to be as revealing as it is.