Homosexuals often commit the most physically brutal crimes that the police see.
[UPDATE: Some people in the tweetosphere are having a spittle-flecked nutty about the sentence I wrote, above. At least I think that is why there is a spittle-flecked nutty going on. On review, I should revise it to say rather that “violent crimes committed by homosexuals are often really brutal”. The point is not that all homosexuals are often committing brutal crimes. That would be absurd and unfair on the face of it. But I am happy to revise and to say that I’m am sorry if the way I phrased that caused confusion or distress to homosexuals.]
This is where we are headed. Mark my words. [Another point: I think we will see an escalation of violence as the “new abnormal” takes root.]
Also, pay attention to the asymmetry revealed in the piece.
From CNS (my emphases and comments):
Bishop: Catholic Mom Murdered by Gay Man ‘Died a Martyr for Her Faith’
(CNSNews.com) – A Catholic mother who was brutally murdered by a gay man because she challenged him about his homosexual lifestyle “died as a martyr for her faith,” according to Bishop Thomas Paprocki, head of the Catholic diocese in Springfield, Ill., who also said the woman’s “murder was widely ignored by the media,” apparently for political reasons. [Her murder was IGNORED?]
The woman, Mary Stachowicz, a 51-year-old mother of four children and devout Catholic, was beaten, stabbed, raped, and strangled to death by then-19-year-old Nicholas Gutierrez on Nov. 13, 2002. He then wrapped her body in plastic and stuffed it under the floorboards of his apartment. After his arrest, Guttierrez gave a videotaped statement to police saying “he attacked Stachowicz after she confronted him for being a homosexual,” reported the Chicago Tribune.
According to the defense attorney, Stachowicz apparently had asked Gutierrez, “Why do you sleep with boys?” [Homosexuals are winning their battles one by one. The next battle they will wage, with the help of the MSM, is to lower the age of consent. Mark my words.]
Bishop Paprocki spoke about Stachowicz and her 2002 death during a discussion about same-sex marriage sponsored by the Jesuit Alumni in Arizona group, in Phoenix, on May 31 of this year. [Watch this…] In his opening remarks, the bishop talked about the extensive coverage by the media given to the murder of Matthew Shephard, who was killed partly because he was gay, and contrasted that with the minimal coverage given to the Stachowicz case, a mother killed because she shared her Catholic beliefs with another person. [Take note of the asymmetry, the double-standard. On the one hand a ‘gay’ is killed, media frenzy. On the other a straight white Catholic is killed by a ‘gay’ (Oh how I HATE how that word has been twisted) and media silence results.. not even a cricket chirps.]
As the bishop said: “A Google search on the Internet for the name ‘Matthew Shepard’ at one time produced 11,900,000 results. Matthew Shepard was a 21-year-old college student who was savagely beaten to death in 1998 in Wyoming. His murder has been called a hate crime because Shepard was gay. [If his murder was a hate crime, was not also the murder of Mary Stachowicz?]
“A similar search on the Internet for the name ‘Mary Stachowicz’ yielded 26,800 results. In 2002, Mary Stachowicz was also brutally murdered, but the circumstances were quite different.
“Mary, the gentle, devout 51-year-old Catholic mother of four urged her co-worker, Nicholas Gutierrez, 19, to change his gay lifestyle. Infuriated by this, as he later told police, he allegedly beat, stabbed and strangled her to death and then stuffed her mangled body in a crawl space in his apartment, located above a Chicago funeral home, where they both worked.
First and foremost, God bless Mary Stachowicz!
Second and consequently, God bless Bp. Paprocki and Fr. Z magna kudos to him.
The article was well-written and deserves your attention, but it was too long to post here.