ChristoFascist Pastor of Hate Scott Lively is a real winner of the hatefest of ChristoTalibans.
If you know about Lively, it probably has a lot to do with his rise to infamy in 2009, when he traveled to Uganda to rail against the “gay agenda” and promote the idea that the country should crack down on its gay population, characterizing the LGBT community as rapists and pedophiles. He also compared gay men to animals and suggested to Ugandan lawmakers that gays were responsible for carrying out the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocide.
“They are so far from normalcy that they’re killers. They’re serial killers, mass murderers. They’re sociopaths,” he said in one of his talks, in reference to a category of LGBT people he says are the most dangerous. “There’s no mercy at all, there’s no nurturing, no caring about anybody else…This is the kind of person it takes to run a gas chamber.”
In another: “You can’t stop [them] from molesting children,” he said, “or stop them from having sex with animals.”
His tour through the country, LGBT advocates say, provoked a panic in Uganda, inspiring headlines like “HANG THEM; THEY ARE AFTER OUR KIDS” and leading papers to print the names and images of gay people.
Not long after his visit, Ugandan officials proposed the infamous Anti-Homosexuality Act. Dubbed a “Kill the Gays” bill in Western media, it included death sentences for some LGBT citizens for crimes that included gay sex. Under pressure, the officials swapped the death penalty punishment with one calling for lengthy prison sentences. Still, in 2014, the country’s constitutional court struck it down. A newly festering movement is underway to bring it back.
Lively said at the time he didn’t support the Ugandan law as it was written, and pushed back on suggestions that he supports the death penalty for gay people. “In my view, homosexuality (indeed all sex outside of marriage) should be actively discouraged by society — but only as aggressively as necessary to prevent the mainstreaming of alternative sexual lifestyles, and with concern for the preservation of the liberties of those who desire to keep their personal lifestyles private,” he wrote on his blog in 2009. Instead, he says, he supports “therapy.”
Ugandan activists ultimately took him to court for “crimes against humanity”
U.S District Court judge Michael Ponsor last year dismissed a case brought by a group called Sexual Minorities Uganda, which alleged that Lively’s campaign in the African country had played a role in the persecution of gay Ugandans. Ponsor said at the time the dismissal was related only to jurisdiction, while adding that he was in agreement with the pro-LGBT rights group’s charges and condemned Lively’s “crackpot bigotry.”
“Defendant Scott Lively is an American citizen who has aided and abetted a vicious and frightening campaign of repression against LGBTI persons in Uganda,” Ponsor said.
Lively told the Daily Beast after the decision that he was “delighted” by the ruling and dismissed the judge’s statements as progressive posturing.
Now he’s suing back
In response, Lively has embarked on a legal battle of his own, seeking to have Ponsor’s condemnations cut out of his ruling. His lawyers argue that the judge “improperly littered his order with a prolonged tirade against Lively, badly distorting his Christian views and activism.” The case is pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals and oral arguments are scheduled for June 7, reports the Boston Globe.
He has pushed ludicrous theories about gay Nazis
“While we cannot say that homosexuals caused the Holocaust,” he and colleague Kevin Abrams wrote in a thoroughly debunked 1995 book called The Pink Swastika, “we must not ignore their central role in Nazism. To the myth of the ‘pink triangle’—the notion that all homosexuals in Nazi Germany were persecuted—we must respond with the reality of the ‘pink swastika.’”
He calls the Russian anti-gay law “one of the proudest achievements of my career“
Lively has praised a Russian law passed in 2013 that bans “propaganda for non-traditional sexual relations among minors,” which authorities have used to crack down on pride marches and detain LGBT activists. He believes his advocacy helped inspire the law, which has since been deemed discriminatory by the European Court of Human Rights. “I indirectly assisted in that,” he said, “and it’s one of the proudest achievements of my career.”
He celebrated an explosion in Springfield as an “answer to our prayers”
After an explosion under a Springfield strip club injured at least 18 people in 2012, Lively wrote on his blog that the incident was divine intervention, and that he would pray “for the further cleansing of Springfield.”
“I believe this was the hand of God at work,” he wrote, “in answer to our prayers.”
This is a link to psychopathic ChristoFascist Taliban Pastor of Hate and Death Scott Lively so you can see with your own eyes just what kind of a sociopathic, death and hate spewing piece of shit ChristoCunt Cocksucker for Christ he is.
CHRISTOFASCIST OF HATE SCOTT LIVELY DESERVES TO BE PUT TO DEATH
ChristoFascist pigs like Scott Lively does not deserve to live in the same world with civilized people. Scott Lively also believes, that he has a right to demand the murder, or persecution of lgbts, or others like us atheists, and hide his hateful, death and bigotry rhetoric behind the First Amendment right to free speech and religion.
Well ChristoCunt Cocksucker for Christ Fascist pig Scott Lively deserves to be put to death plain and simple. And I too say this under my First Amendment right to religious beliefs, as again, ChristoFascist pigs like Scott Lively believes we atheists are an actual religion, so that gives us atheists the right to use our religion to shove back into the faces of ChristoFascist pigs like Scott Lively what he spews forth from his well used outhouse piehole of hate and death and bigotry.