The Coming Religious Purges



Now that SCOTUS has endorsed same-sex marriage as a human right and enshrined it as federal law, those individuals and communities of traditional faith will see their religious freedom curtailed in a series of multi-pronged assaults.

It is vital to understand that the left is not really interested in marriage equality; they are playing a game of bait and switch. The objective of the radical left/Democrat Party is to subvert the traditional family and erase gender boundaries.


The long-range goal is to gain cultural hegemony over the American people. Politics flows from culture — not the other way around. Control the culture and you gain political power. This is something at which the left excels. The only conservative figure who understood and used cultural hegemony as a political tactic was Andrew Breitbart. That is why the left hated him with such a passion, and why they ghoulishly celebrated his tragic death.

The left will continue to gain cultural hegemony with the aid of the liberal media through endless celebrations of Bruce Caitlyn Jenner and those like him. Of course, the powerful propaganda machinery of Hollywood will grind on as well, drenching viewers in so-called reality shows — in truth, they are heavily scripted — about gender-bending people who should be viewed with compassion rather than glorification.

We will now witness religious persecution and cultural purges by the HomoFascists of the left including but certainly not limited to the following strategies:

  1. Chaplains in the United States Armed Forces are now legally obligated to perform same-sex marriages. Thus Orthodox Jewish rabbis, who make up the majority of Jewish chaplains, will be forced to resign their commissions, as will traditional Christian chaplains. I suspect that Muslim clergy will hang on in the armed forces. Gay Muslims will be reluctant activists for fear of being decapitated.

  2. Traditional churches and synagogues will be threatened with losing their tax-exempt status when they refuse to perform same-sex marriages. We can expect gay activists to start their cultural revolution almost immediately. Just as they ambushed and destroyed wedding photographers and bakeries owned by pious Christians, they will vigorously persecute traditional religious institutions. Once again, I don’t think mosques will be attacked in the same way simply because there is an army of murderous Muslims who will intimidate gay Muslims into submission.

  3. Public schools are already infested with LGBT propaganda. We can expect textbooks to be rewritten so that American children are taught that there is no difference between a family with a mommy and daddy and one with a gay couple, and thaall forms of sexuality are not just tolerated bucelebrated. The psychic damage on impressionable children will be incalculable.

  4. The Torah and the Christian Bible will be labeled hate documents. We can expect Soviet-style editing on those good books.

  5. The move to legalize polygamy will begin in earnest sometime in the next few months. Unlike same-sex marriage, polygamy has a long human history. Keep in mind that the arguments for same-sex marriage rest upon the proposition that the dignity of love must be extended to gay citizens. In short, love is the final arbiter. But why should love depend on two people? The number is arbitrary. Why not one man and two women, or three men, or three women? How about one woman and two men? The permutations for love are infinite. I see no reason why same-sex marriage should be declared the law of the land while polygamy is somehow a bridge too far. Sharia-yearning Muslims, not the LDS, will lead the movement to legalize polygamy.

The irony of the coming polygamy movement is that it will inevitably result in a sharia-compliant society — and the gay activists who were the movement’s trailblazers will be that society’s first victims.

Conservatives have always been challenged to explain how legalized same-sex marriage threatens our lifestyle.

The purges that are coming will fully unmask legalized same-sex marriage as a ruthless engine of religious intolerance and Maoist-inspired suppression of dissent.

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  1. pawnraider
    Posted July 1, 2015 at 5:06 am | Permalink

    Thanks for this. I’ve read a couple of other articles from other sites and they don’t get to the point a well as you. The one I read from the website of a national magazine didn’t make any sense to me at all. I appreciate your well thought out and well written entries. Keep it up.

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted July 1, 2015 at 10:13 am | Permalink

      You’re very welcome.

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  2. dahozho
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 11:16 am | Permalink

    Back in 2007-08, I felt like I’d entered Season 4 of “Angel,” where everyone was hypnotized by a beautiful mirage of a totalitarian entity– except for one character who realized the truth and was set against the world. Trying to get people to *see* why Obozo wasn’t fit for office just slid off the rainbows & unicorn coating of his campaign. That people still can’t acknowledge how bad all this has gotten is just astonishing– as a researcher, perhaps I forget that not everyone wants to or can look at accumulated evidence before forming opinions. But lately, the cultural insanity has crept into my own (extended) family, and when did the secular world go completely mad and where was I? Did I actually have conversations with my 70+ mother (daughter of a renown microbiologist, yet!!!) in which she stated that “gender is a continuum”???? Really? Denying biological reality is now acceptable and somehow not delusional? Persecuting people because of their beliefs, something I was brought up to think was wrong, is now acceptable if you think your point of view is “enlightened;” and then it follows that you should cheer the social and legal beat-downs of those who believe differently?? I am now expected to use artificial pronouns, celebrate that a Jew has become a minister in the Unitarian organization, and think public schools starting sex ed. in kindergarten is just fine??? NO. (Small fry is in a religious Orthodox school, no worries on the last point.)
    The more I delve (and need to delve) into Torah and mesorah, the more sense this makes, but I am saddened to the core to see so many people I love caught up in this mob insanity.

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted June 30, 2015 at 12:17 pm | Permalink

      If your are enlightened then everything becomes permissible. Stalin understood this paradigm just perfectly.

      The DNA of the progressive left is and has always been totalitarian.

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      • dahozho
        Posted July 1, 2015 at 12:25 pm | Permalink

        Very true. Scary to experience in a even slight doses, but I’m sure we’re not done yet…

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  3. kishke
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    It’s for this reason that I’ve always been opposed to school vouchers. If they were ever approved, religious schools would become dependent upon the funds, and then what would happen when tho ones controlling the purse strings would demand the teaching of every perversion? In my view, those agitating for vouchers in the Jewish community are being short-sighted.

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  4. Michael Kennedy
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 10:19 am | Permalink

    Richard Fernandez, whose column I read every day, has a good explanation of what is happening. His column is called You are the Someone. This goes back to Gramscian Theory, which is “In Marxist philosophy, the term cultural hegemony describes the domination of a culturally diverse society by the ruling class, who manipulate the culture of that society—the beliefs, explanations, perceptions, values, and mores—so that their ruling-class worldview becomes the worldview that is imposed and accepted as the cultural norm.”

    Fernandez says that ISIS is better at filling the empty heads of youth than the Marxists are. An interesting way to look at what we are facing. Marxism or Radical Islam ?

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  5. mata hari
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 9:22 am | Permalink

    You’re brilliant

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted June 30, 2015 at 12:12 pm | Permalink

      Mata Hari:

      It’s been far too long since we communicated. Hope all is well with you and yours. Thanks so much for the kind words.

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  6. pkoning
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 7:14 am | Permalink

    The unfortunate problem is that this is the expected outcome once people started having government involved with marriage at all. If you sleep with pigs, don’t be surprised if you get muddy.
    The right answer is that marriage is a religious ceremony. For that reason, per the First Amendment, government has no authority to be involved in it, period.
    That is a principled approach that those who honor the Constitution could work with. But the old status quo is no more constitutional than the new one. In both settings, government is getting involved in religious questions.

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  7. eyawitz
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 2:32 am | Permalink

    What we can hope and pray for is that this will prove to be a huge overreach that will finally disgust the normal people remaining in the country. Lots of parents are going to get fed up with the cr*p their children are being fed in school, for example, and maybe this will wake them up to the real danger of the Left.

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    • Miranda Rose Smith
      Posted June 30, 2015 at 5:11 am | Permalink

      Anyone out there who knows a Christian clergyman who is likely to encounter that kind of hideous pressure, please forward this attachment.

      Another hope, another tiny candle in the pitch dark gloom, is that when Catholic priests and Orthodox Jewish rabbis are pressed to perform gay marriages, and threatened with loss of their tax exempt status if they don’t, they will be able to point out that the Supreme Court decision ITSELF says that clergymen can refuse to perform gay marriages, if their religious principles require them to do so, just as Catholic priests can refuse to marry divorced people and Orthodox rabbis can refuse to marry Jews who only have a civil divorce, but no get (Jewish divorce.) After some l0ng, drawn out, expensive lawsuit or lawsuits, hopefully the Supreme Court will say they meant what they said. Also, I have a hunch that a lot of the Protestant clergymen who refuse to perform gay marriages will be Black and liberal politicians don’t want to antagonize Blacks.

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      • kehati
        Posted June 30, 2015 at 7:34 am | Permalink

        I wish you were right, but all I saw in the opinion was that one could still teach or advocate differently, but nowhere did it give any exemptions to clergy or businessmen.

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  8. eyawitz
    Posted June 30, 2015 at 2:22 am | Permalink

    The only Conservative figure who understood and used cultural hegemony as a political tactic was Andrew Breitbart, which is why the left hated him with such a passion, and why they ghoulishly celebrated his tragic death.

    Or engineered it.

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    • Miranda Rose Smith
      Posted June 30, 2015 at 5:16 am | Permalink

      Unless you have some real grounds for suspicion, you shouldn’t make such an allegation.

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  9. kehati
    Posted June 29, 2015 at 2:16 pm | Permalink

    The majority opinion explicitly restricts First Amendment free exercise of religion to teaching and advocating. All others activities – e.g. refusing to cater or photograph a LGBT wedding or refusing to officiate are NOT protected. In fact, no ACTIVITIES are protected. So much for the purported argument that it’s merely a civil rights movement.

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  10. sennacherib
    Posted June 29, 2015 at 2:35 am | Permalink

    Oh yes, I agree. Struggle sessions, self criticism, and the West’s version of the Red Guards are just on the horizon. It’s like China and the Cultural Revolution of the 60’s with a Chicago accent.

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