Dr E Michael Jones has shown us how it is Big Business interests that support the sodomy movement, as illustrated in the case of the recent Indiana religious freedom bill, which went down to defeat when the corporate world flexed its muscles (to the delight of Washington). The collusion of Big Business with Big Government, aka Fascism, has never before been so blatant as it is in America right now - and not just in America, to be sure.
Jones, from the May 2015 Culture Wars publication:
“What puzzles me is how this effort came to the top
of the legislative agenda when clearly the business
community doesn’t support it,” said Bill Oesterle, an
aide to former governor Mitch Daniels and CEO of
consumer reporting agency Angie’s List, which has
canceled expansion plans in Indianapolis because of
the law. The incredulity in Oesterle’s statement was
palpable. How was it possible that a Republican governor
could not know that it was his job to represent
the interests of the rich? Only in Indiana was a gaffe of
this magnitude possible.
Blinded by their allegiance to sexual revolution,
and crippled by the inferiority complex that is second
nature to editors from the provinces, the local media
supported Capitalism’s attack on the sovereignty of
the state of Indiana by framing opposition to RFRA
as an economic issue. The so-called “business community”
opposed RFRA. In fact, “Executives at some of
Indiana’s largest businesses have been among the loud
voices opposed to the state’s recently passed Religious
Freedom Restoration Act.” According to Jim Seitz,
president of 1st Source Bank, “Discrimination is wrong
on any front.” That pretty much said it all, as far as the
CEOs were concerned. All that was left to do was to
call in the CEO of Salesforce and have him re-write
Indiana’s law to fit their plutocratic specifications. The
effrontery of the CEO crowd was truly astonishing,
Now Dad29 gives us a list of the Wisconsin bigwigs who want to keep the hideous practices of ghouls like Planned Parenthood legal. If the CEOs think sodomy is a grand idea, as Dr Jones shows with such clarity, why not selling the body parts of unborn kids, too? Here in all its ugliness is Capitalism run amok; here is what the great Popes of the past were warning us would happen if this kind of money-grubbing went unchecked, and what our current Pope should be saying when criticizing capitalism - not in vague generalities but in specifics like what happened in Indiana and Wisconsin and elsewhere.
Read carefully the names of these companies, write their owners, and boycott them.
We thank Dad for this effort.