Just because you never personally met someone doesn't mean you shouldn't wish AIDS on them if what they have done is evil. Look at all the people that JTF gives the "yimach shmo" curse to. We are not intimately familiar with all of these people but we know they are evil--in this case they are supporting becoming intimately familiar anally with the wrong people. The policy makers who had a hand in embracing queer mongers (which includes removing the ban on sodomy that used to be in the UCMJ) are endorsing a PRACTICE that is forbidden to both Jews and Gentiles. In this case, they have done something bad to me, because they are corrupting my society and the defenders of it. Let's go back to basics for just a moment:
Leviticus 18:22 Do not have sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman; that is detestable.
As you can see, this position is straight out of the Torah, so there is nothing "fringe" about it. It's simply the truth. How do you think JTF or the Jewish people as a whole should accept or reject any principle or make any moral judgment whatsoever? The correct answer is if it is in line with G-d's will. And "evil" includes more practices than just wanting to destroy Israel, and homosexual relations is clearly one of them. Now maybe you are the type that picks and chooses which parts of the Torah you believe based on whatever you pull out of your tuchus (or put into your tuchus for that matter). But don't blame those of us who have a conscience and believe the whole thing. Also, talking the way I do does not make me look ugly. It makes me look exceedingly cool and inspires Jews to become more observant because if a Gentile can proudly believe in the Torah, then so can a Jew.
Dan Ben Noah, JTF.org 58 Comments
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