Thursday, August 16, 2018

Facebook Censors Comment about Lesbians But It Does Not Censor Homosexual Comments against Jesus Christ


Facebook Censors Comment about Lesbians But It Does Not Censor Homosexual Comments against Jesus Christ

By Julio Severo
Few minutes ago I received the following message from Facebook:
This post goes against our Community Standards.
Only you can see this post because it goes against our standards on hate speech.
Next, Facebook showed the “offensive” comment in Portuguese: “As duas sapatonas foram mau exemplo.” The translation is: “Both bull dykes were a bad example.” This was not a Facebook post in my account. It was just a comment in the page of a conservative friend.
Then, Facebook said to me:
You’re Temporarily Blocked From Posting
This temporary block will last 30 days, and you won’t be able to post on Facebook until it’s finished.
If you post something that goes against our standard again, your account will be blocked for another 30 days.
Please keep in mind that people who repeatedly post things that aren’t allowed on Facebook may have their accounts permanently disabled.
So my Facebook account (https://www.facebook.com/julio.severo) will be blocked for thirty days (effective August 17, 2018) not because I advocated violence against lesbians. I was blocked because I used the very popular Portuguese term “sapatona,” which means literally “big shoe” and in Brazil it is a word traditionally used to refer to masculinized women using men’s big shoes! It seems that the translation into English may be “bull dyke.”
Recently, a Brazilian homosexual singer called Jesus “gay,” “transvestite” and “transsexual.” His offensive comment flooded Facebook pages throughout Brazil, and there was no reported censorship or block against what the homosexual activist said against Jesus. Yet, because I just said that the behavior of two “sapatonas” was a bad example, Facebook, which did not see any hate speech in a homosexual reviling Jesus, is punishing me with a 30-day block of my account. So am I supposed to say that the behavior of “honored” lesbians is a good example, especially to children?
This is Facebook’s standards: Any popular term that homosexuals do not like is “hate speech” but when their dirty words against Jesus Christ flood Facebook, there is not hate speech.
This is not the first 30-day block of Facebook against me.
The whole month of February 2018 I remained blocked because I denounced the homosexual agenda and the Islamic invasion of Europe. See my article: Why Does Facebook Harass and Censor Christians?
Facebook also imposed a 30-day block against me on December 2017 because I mentioned the Christian duty to love sinners, including homosexuals. You can read my article here: Why Does Facebook Grant Free Speech to Anti-Christian Radicals and Impose Censorship on Christians?
And on June 2017 Facebook imposed another 30-day block against me because I was reporting on Brazilians who were fined for calling a homosexual “fag.” See my article: “Facebook, Censorship, Profanity, Name-Calling and Foul Language.” In this case, Facebook backtracked after a California-based legal group threatened to sue Facebook on my behalf. Because of the legal threat, Facebook recognized that its actions were censorship. See my article: Facebook Acknowledges Its Own Censorship on Julio Severo. What Happens Now?
Perhaps one of the most shameful acts of Facebook against me was to censor Leviticus 18:22, a famous Bible verse that I had posted on my profile, but Facebook did not like it and removed it. See my article: Help! Facebook Is Censoring Bible Verses
This censorship against a Bible verse immediately became headline on WND (WorldNetDaily), in a report titled “Famous Bible verse too sizzling for Facebook.”
Because of this scandal, Facebook contacted WND with this message:
“As soon as we were notified of the problem, we began to investigate and restored the content as soon as we were able to identify the mistake. The content has been restored since it didn’t violate our standards. We’ve informed Mr. Severo of the restoration and apologized for the error.” (See the WND report “Facebook finally responds on censoring hot Bible verse”)
Yet, the Bible post was not restored and I have never received any apology from Facebook.
If the Facebook owner, who is a left-wing Jew, does not care even about Leviticus 18:22, a famous verse from the Jewish Scriptures, why would he care about a post attacking Islamic sexual violence against European girls?
What I wonder is: How can a Jew, who belongs to a race and religion historically oppressed by Muslims, censor my effort to denounce Islamic sexual violence?
Earlier this year, a Jew denounced Facebook for excluding Israel and including Palestine. Is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg against his own race and evangelical Christians, the most important allies of the Jews?
Tell Mr. Zuckerberg that Julio Severo is an evangelical Christian who is a passionate advocate of the Bible and Israel in its biblical borders.
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Sunday, August 12, 2018

Brazilian Homosexual Singer Calls Jesus “Gay,” “Transvestite” and “Transsexual,” Gets Backlash and Receives U.N. Solidarity


Brazilian Homosexual Singer Calls Jesus “Gay,” “Transvestite” and “Transsexual,” Gets Backlash and Receives U.N. Solidarity

By Julio Severo
“I’m here today to tell you that Jesus is a transvestite, yes, Jesus is transsexual, yes, Jesus is gay, yes, f*ck! You can boo at will. Insert your boo in your ass,” said a homosexual singer during his show in Brazil last July.
United Nations: “In solidarity with Johnny Hooker against attacks of hatred and discrimination.”
There was immediate backlash, not from human right groups and the government. The backlash came from the Brazilian population, especially from Catholic and evangelical groups.
The offensive comment against Jesus was made by Johnny Hooker, a Brazilian homosexual singer who was appointed as “champion” in the Free and Equal campaign by the United Nations office in Brazil on May 17, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
According to UN in Brazil, the invitation was made to the Brazilian homosexual because “like Johnny, UN Brazil believes that the visibility of LGBTI people in the most varied spaces of society is fundamental to change minds and touch people’s lives.”
So it seems that the fight against alleged homophobia equals to launching offensive assaults on Jesus Christ and his followers. At least, this is the practical conclusion by the answer of the United Nations, which did not fire Hooker from its campaign, but it issued a Twitter note saying: “In solidarity with Johnny Hooker against attacks of hatred and discrimination.”
The UN solidarity tweet also contained the link for an interview of Hooker with the UN. In the Interview, titled “‘A gente vai resistir’, diz novo campeão da igualdade da ONU” (‘We will resist’ says new UN equality champion) the UN asked him several questions about his homosexuality, including “What message would you like to pass on to people now that you are a champion of equality of Free and Equals?”
Hooker answered, “It is a great responsibility and a great joy to be one of the champions of equality of the United Nations Brazil. I am very honored.”
If using a UN capacity and post to abuse and offend Jesus is to be a “champion,” could Hooker also try to be a champion against Muhammad in Saudi Arabia?
Yet, what expect from an activist who uses as his surname “Hooker”?
I answered the nonsensical UN tweet: “This singer committed SERIOUS OFFENSES to Christians of Brazil. If you think this is nothing, please send him to Saudi Arabia so that he may do to Muhammad the same thing he did to Jesus.”
If this homosexual singer were courageous, he would go to Saudi Arabia and say, “I’m here today to tell you that Muhammad was a transvestite, yes, Muhammad was a transsexual, yes, Muhammad was gay, yes, f*ck! You can boo at will. Insert your boo in your ass.”
After the typical Saudi backlash, I would like to see the United Nations saying, “In solidarity with Johnny Hooker against attacks of hatred and discrimination.”
I am very sure that the Saudis would know how “to reward” the homosexual singer for his insults against Muhammad! And the UN would eventually say, “In memoriam of Johnny Hooker, killed by Islamic hatred and discrimination in Saudi Arabia.”
The Free and Equal campaign by the United Nations is a total hypocrisy. The United Nations wants actually homosexual activists free to offend Christians and their values, granting them full protection from being punished for their offensive acts and words.
Brazilian homosexuals call one another “fag.” But obviously only they are entitled to insult.
So if an individual can be fined US$1,500 for uttering a single insult against a homosexual, why cannot a homosexual be fined for uttering several insults against Jesus and Christians? Why should Hooker be spared a US$1,500 fine for each of his insults (Jesus is a transvestite, Jesus is a transsexual, Jesus is a gay)?
Why is not his Facebook account blocked for 30 days?
The United Nations does not want equality for homosexuals like Hooker. It wants them free to insult Christians and if you mention that in Saudi Arabia such offensive behavior is punished by capital punishment, there is the babble-talk of “Islamophobia.” Christians are not allowed to react to homosexual insults and they are not allowed to say that Muslims kill homosexuals.
While Christians just protest homosexual insults against them, Muslims kill homosexuals even when they do not insult anyone. But the Free and Equal campaign is not after Muslims who kill homosexuals. It is after Christians who do not kill homosexuals.
“Free and Equal” is nothing more than sheer U.N. fake propaganda. It should be called “Free to Insult Christians.” This UN campaign just does not criticize progressive Christians, as Desmond Tutu, a member of “Free and Equal” who said that he would rather go to hell than go to a homophobic Heaven.
Brazil has been a special ally of the United Nations and other international propagandists of the homosexual agenda. In 2015 the U.S. Department of State Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, Randy Berry, visited Brazil to engage the Brazilian government in the fight against international “homophobia.” The U.S. government post of Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, the only government post in the world history for international homosexual propaganda, was created by Obama and not abolished by Trump.
Interestingly, Berry and the U.N. “Free and Equal” Campaign never visited Saudi Arabia, a close U.S. ally, to engage the Saudi Islamic dictatorship in the fight against international “homophobia.”
With information from United Nations Brazil and Globo.
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Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Giving Voice to Neocons is Weakening the Prophetic Voice of the Church


Giving Voice to Neocons is Weakening the Prophetic Voice of the Church

By Julio Severo
Last month, the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) gave voice to neocons in a report titled “‘He and Putin Seemed to Be Speaking From the Same Script’: Trump Draws Fire From Both Sides of the Aisle.”
The CBN report was obviously disgruntled at U.S. President Donald Trump meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin. And it did not choose Christian voices to express their views about this meeting. It chose neocon voices, including the main neocons in the U.S. policy: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC).
According CBN, McCain condemned Trump, saying he delivered “one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory.”
Graham called it a “missed opportunity by President Trump to firmly hold Russia accountable.”
It was clear that making peace or a partnership with Russia goes against neocon interests.
The problem is that to give voice to neocons is incompatible to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. By their own warmongering nature, neocons are incapable of peace. In contrast, Ronald Reagan, who faced the Soviet Union (which was communist and atheistic), sought peace whenever was possible. Now Russia has much more conservative stances. If Reagan was not demonized for seeking peace with an anticonservative Soviet Union, why demonize Trump for seeking peace and partnership with a conservative Russia?
McCain and Graham traditionally and consistently demonize Russia and praise the military industrial complex.
According to the Foreign Policy magazine, the military industrial complex “is a huge driver of U.S. jobs and economic growth. In 2017 alone, it generated $865 billion, supporting 2.4 million high-paying American jobs. The industry produced a positive trade balance of $86 billion in 2017, the largest of any U.S. industry.”
So the most profitable industry today in the U.S. is the military industrial complex, and its financial power successfully influences politicians and their politics, including the foreign policy and military adventures and interventionism.
Militaristic greed is moving the U.S. foreign policy. Greed is not a Christian virtue. It is a demonic vice.
Yet, instead of condemning McCain and Graham for their warmongering and exposing their demonic vice and militaristic greed, CBN gave them full voice. And this is very troubling, because when tricky journalists cannot express their radical views openly, they choose other voices to speak for them. This is what I call journalistic ventriloquism.
So have CBN used McCain and Graham to express their own neocon views? The name “John McCain” has brought ominous signs of judgement.
Why did CBN choose to give voice to neocons McCain and Graham? Who are neocons?
The Conservapedia defines “neocon” as:
“A neoconservative (also spelled ‘neo-conservative’; colloquially, neocon) in American politics is someone presented as a conservative but who actually favors big government, interventionism, and a hostility to religion in politics and government. The word means ‘newly conservative,’ and thus formerly liberal. A neocon is a RINO Backer, and like RINOs does not accept most of the important principles in the Republican Party platform. Neocons do not participate in the March for Life, nor stand up for traditional marriage, advocate other conservative social values, or emphasize putting America first. Neocons support attacking and even overthrowing foreign governments, despite how that often results in more persecution of Christians. Some neocons (like Dick Cheney) have profited immensely from the military-industrial complex. Many neocons are globalists and support the War on Sovereignty.”
To understand more about neocons, read: What Is Neoconservatism? Who are the Neocons?
Neocons attack Russia, even now that Russia is conservative, because they need a bogeyman to justify their perpetual wars, and even when there are no wars, they need to provoke some! They do not accept Saudi Arabia as such bogeyman, because the Saudi dictators are useful for their geopolitical militaristic greed, even though Saudi Arabia deserves all kind of punishment and sanctions for the 9/11 terror attacks, launched by 15 Islamic Saudis. The U.S. government has no courage to confront Saudis and their neocon allies.
There are several U.S. evangelical ministers who know the perils and threats from neocons, and CBN is in dire need of giving them voice. Because they love America, they oppose neocons and their perpetual greedy wars.
A nation protects its own borders. An empire deploys its troops to “protect” the borders of far-away nations and meddle in their wars. George Washington did the former. The current US does the latter.
While the U.S. keeps troops in the Middle East to protect Saudi interests and their bloody Islamic dictatorship, the U.S. borders are in dire need of U.S. troops for protection. The U.S. troops are not where they should be and they are where they should never be.
Jewish author Ilana Mercer has argued that “Inviting an invasion by foreigners and instigating one against them are two sides of the same neoconservative coin.” She views neoconservatives as having corrupted the constitutionally-prescribed use of the American military, employing it as a force “to patrol the borders of Kosovo, Korea, and Kurdistan” while “our own borders remain perilously porous.”
These “conservative poseurs,” Mercer notes, seek to remake America into “a disparate people, forced together by an abstract, highly manipulable, coercive, state-sanctioned ideology,” in effect, a “propositional nation” that overrides the traditional nation in which Americans shared language, customs, faith, and culture.
Mercer contends that “President Trump has normalized neoconservatism” in a manner reminiscent of “Bill Clinton's triangulation tactics.”
In 2016, both liberals and conservatives accused candidate Trump of isolationism and of being anti-neocon. Their consistent complaints prevailed: Today both the left and the right, argues Mercer, can hardly object to President Trump’s foreign policy interventionism.
Mercer warns that “with neoconservatism normalized, there is no debate, disagreement or daylight between America’s dangerously united political factions.”
Concurred with Mercer, the Conservapedia says:
Despite campaigning against endless foreign wars and a humanitarian-based foreign policy that promotes democracy, President Donald Trump appointed several internationalists and neoconservatives to his administration, including H.R. McMaster, who removed conservatives from the National Security Council. While some conservatives saw figures such as John Bolton and Mike Pompeo as also being neocons, they both see U.S. foreign policy as something that should benefit the U.S. first and foremost, and they reject democracy promotion and nation-building.
Alex Jones has claimed that neo-conservatives, as part of a deep state, have been fighting a civil war inside the United States Government in order to gain control of the government and influence President Donald Trump — himself, Paul Joseph Watson, and David Knight also claimed this throughout Infowars segments, and that the recent missiles launched against Assad were a result of the neo-conservatives attempting to control Donald Trump.
The military industrial complex profited $865 billion in 2017, but these profits do not include human loses: U.S. young men being used for war games and Christians being slaughtered in the trail of U.S. military interventions. While lives are lost, neocons fill their pockets.
Obviously, Trump was won after consistent pressure. But how evangelical leaders could help Trump against such hellish pressure if even they have given voice to neocons? How could CBN help Trump against neocons if CBN has given in to them?
U.S. Christians need the same anti-neocon vision Trump showed magnetically in 2016, but that he was unable to keep because of the power of neocons.
Christians have a higher power, and they should employ such power to confront and defeat the neocon ideology, which is as evil as Marxism is.
I urge CBN and U.S. evangelical leaders to seek the higher vision and power from God against the demonic vice and warmongering greed of neocons.
With information from CBN, Foreign Policy, Conservapedia and Wikipedia.
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Monday, August 06, 2018

More Courageous than the U.S.: Canada Confronts Saudi Dictatorship over Human Rights and Saudi Arabia Expels Canadian Ambassador


More Courageous than the U.S.: Canada Confronts Saudi Dictatorship over Human Rights and Saudi Arabia Expels Canadian Ambassador

By Julio Severo
I am not a fan of the socialist government in Canada, but I have to praise it for doing what no other nation — including conservative countries — has ever done before: speaking up about violations of human rights in Saudi Arabia. Last week, the Canadian foreign ministry objected to jailing of women’s rights activists and urged Riyadh to “immediately release” them.
Among those recently arrested is Samar Badawi, whose brother Raif Badawi, a blogger, was arrested in Saudi Arabia in 2012 and later sentenced to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in jail for “insulting Islam” in a case that sparked international outcry. His wife, Ensaf Haidar, has been granted asylum by Canada, where she is raising their three children.
In a tweet, the Canadian foreign ministry said, “Canada is gravely concerned about additional arrests of civil society and women’s rights activists in #SaudiArabia, including Samar Badawi. We urge the Saudi authorities to immediately release them and all other peaceful #humanrights activists.”
In answer, the Saudi foreign ministry kicked out the Canadian ambassador.
“The Canadian position is an overt and blatant interference in the internal affairs of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” the Saudi Foreign Ministry said, adding, “Throughout its long history, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has never accepted any interference in its domestic affairs by, or orders from any country.”
The Saudi ministry described Canada’s position as “an attack” on the kingdom, saying it would now:
* Freeze all new trade and investment transactions between the two countries
* Consider the Canadian ambassador persona non grata and order the envoy to leave within 24 hours
* Recall the Saudi envoy in Canada
* Reserve the right to take further action
After expelling the Canadian ambassador, Saudi Arabia has also appeared to threaten Canada with a 9/11-style attack by posting an image to Twitter showing a passenger plane flying towards the CN Tower in Toronto.
The inflammatory photo was captioned: “As the Arabic saying goes: ‘He who interferes with what doesn’t concern him finds what doesn’t please him.’”
The Saudi government-linked Twitter account, which has 354,000 followers, placed another caption over the tower reading: “Sticking one’s nose where it doesn’t belong.”
Responding to the alleged 9/11 threat Elizabeth Tsurkov, a research fellow at the Israeli Forum for Regional Thinking, said: “This tweet by an official Saudi propaganda account has now been deleted. Seems like they realized that reminding us that 15 of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudi is not a great idea.”
Desperately trying to wriggle out of the gaffe, the Saudi government-linked Twitter account apologized saying:
“Earlier we posted an image, which is why we deleted the post immediately. The aircraft was intended to symbolize the return of the Ambassador, we realize this was not clear and any other meaning was unintentional. We apologize to anyone who was offended.”
Most of the U.S. left-wing and right-wing media has been silent about the Saudi threats against Canada.
I much doubt that socialist Canada would dare to flex its muscles against the Islamic dictatorship of Saudi Arabia, but I wonder what the Saudi dictators would do against the United States if 15 American terrorists had flown planes into Saudi skyscrapers on September 11, 2001.
Saudi Arabia would:
* Freeze all new trade and investment transactions between the two countries
* Consider the U.S. ambassador persona non grata and order the envoy to leave within 24 hours
* Recall the Saudi envoy in the U.S.
* Reserve the right to take further action.
I wonder why the U.S. is not taking such necessary measures against Saudi Arabia, considering the fact that the 9/11 Islamic terrorists were Saudi.
Is the U.S. government more cowardly than the socialist Canadian government?
Even if Saudis had never attacked the US, there would be abundant reasons for the US to take actions, including sanctions, against the Saudi dictators. Saudi Arabia bans the Bible, bans free speech, bans religious freedom, bans conversion to Christianity and persecutes Christians.
What is the U.S. government waiting to condemn and sanction Saudi Arabia?
With information from Breitbart and DailyMail.
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