NB Commentary: How ironic on so many levels. Just one year ago, 9 people were killed in a mass shooting in South Carolina. I am sure they half mast the flag at the Capital, of course a US Senator was killed, but at every US Embassy around the world?
I keep fighting this “gay agenda” bs. Battling with folks who believe it’s demonic and part of the New World Order; watching Jaden Smith’s gender fluidity and Kaitlyn Jenner’s transformation into the”Woman of the Year;” attempting to defend people I know and love who are in same sex relationships and have children while others claim it’s genocide.
Meanwhile, we have pedophiles who are behind the scenes raping and molesting children… which turns the focus towards LGBT community and still I am defending the beloved souls, the real deal, the genuine folks who are in same sexed relationships and they ain’t raping or molesting children, entrapping them or even kidnapping them and yet… I feel like a voice in the wilderness. And now this.
How utterly inconsiderate for the US Embassies around the globe to fly this flag. It doesn’t even fly this flag on federal buildings as a matter of course for any reason. What’s the nature of this statement? Screw you, we are on our own territory and we can fly any flag we want on our property we don’t care if you are totally incensed by it.
Typically, the folks who work at these Embassies are a combination of the natives and US diplomats and representatives. For all we know, even they are not in alignment with the Gay Agenda, same sex marriages, etc.
What lives, culture, religion, practices, etc, really do matter to the US and its authorities and political leaders and administrators?
It makes you wonder from this display of total intolerance of anyone’s belief system to do such a thing as wave the LGBT rainbow flag in foreign lands among people who are utterly against that lifestyle. A mark of incredible hubris… is all I can say.
“TODAY IS THE DAY THAT AN AMERICAN CHRISTIAN TERRORIST (KKK) GROUP KILLED NINE SOULS IN A CHURCH IN SOUTH CAROLINA WHO’S FAMILY FORGAVE THE TERRORIST ! REST IN PARADISE (RIP). No flag waved for them on any US Embassy! Love and respect for all citizens of the world!”
|Remembering the Charleston 9 June 16, 2015
US Embassy Says Gay Flag Was Flown At All Their Embassies Worldwide
Jamaica AG under fire for voicing disapproval of rainbow flag at US Embassy
The United States Embassy in Jamaica says the rainbow flag being flown at its consulate is also being flown “across the globe” at all its embassies.
A tweet from the US Embassy this afternoon read: “Across the globe US Embassies flying our flag half-mast in memorial & rainbow flag in solidarity w LGBT our citizens.”
The tweet comes hours after a controversial tweet from Attorney General Marlene Malahoo-Forte denouncing the flying of the rainbow flag in Jamaica, following a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday.
“I strongly condemn #OrlandoNightClubShooting but find it disrespectful of Jamaica’s laws to have #RainbowFlag flown here. #MyPersonalView,” Malahoo Forte said in a post on Monday.
ATTORNEY GENERAL MARLENE MALAHOO FORTE (CREDIT: JAMAICA GLEANER FILE PHOTO)
Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte has come under criticism and is being asked to explain herself, after saying that the United States Embassy in Jamaica was disrespecting the island’s laws by flying a rainbow flag, following the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida on Sunday.
The rainbow flag, which is symbol of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, has been flying at half mast next to the US flag at the Embassy in Kingston.
But Malahoo Forte made it clear, in a post on Twitter, that she did not agree with that expression of solidarity.
Stressing that it was her personal opinion, Malahoo Forte tweeted yesterday that while she condemned the gun attack by Omar Mateen, which left 50 people dead and 53 injured, she found it “disrespectful of Jamaica’s laws” to have to the rainbow flag flying there. Buggery remains illegal in Jamaica.
However, the US Embassy replied to Malahoo Forte’s tweet, asking her to explain her “legal reasoning”.
The Attorney General has also been harshly criticized by some on Twitter, while others agreed that she had a valid point.