Brian Brown And Scott Lively Back In Russia To Stir Up Anti-Gay Sentiment

Brian Brown

So strong is NOM President Brian Brown's hatred of homosexuals that even the threat of felony litigation for violation of the Logan Act is not enough to keep him from spreading anti-gay animus in Russia. This time along with Scott Lively, the American missionary bigot behind Uganda's "Kill the Gays" bill who is scheduled to stand trial for crimes against humanity, Brown took a return trip to Moscow this past week for reasons unspecified, but were most likely to attend the planning meeting of the World Congress of Families.

The World Congress of Families is an anti-gay group that has been a supporter of Russia's anti-gay laws and contains the usual list of right-wing loony bigots among their sponsors, including Bryan Fischer's American Family Association, Peter LaBarbera's Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, Concerned Women of America, and Tony Perkins' Family Research Council. Birds of a feather, and all that.

Of course it is entirely possible that Bryan Brown went to Moscow for completely different reasons utterly unrelated to the planning meeting or Russia's anti-gay laws. It's also entirely possible that President Putin is a closet drag queen who is taking extreme measures to ensure that she reigns supreme. And equally as likely.

Comments

  1. FloridaJoe says

    These people are highly dangerous bigots. I read a post lately that was right on target in that it said we keep painting them as loonies, and they well may be, but they are highly dangerous individuals that wouldn’t hesitate to engage in genocide.

  2. DannyEastVillage says

    I guess this is their idea of spreading the Good News of the unconditional Love of God as revealed in Jesus Christ. Lucky thing for the Russians and gay people everywhere that Lively and Brown are not hate-filled persons on some kind of nefarious mission.

  3. JMC says

    This guy is enough to give you a crisis of fath because you’d think if God was real and this guy was doing all of this in his name he’d be struck down by a lightning bolt or a cow would fall on his house and kill him in his sleep or something.

  4. John Lutz says

    “Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot they did eat, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they builded;

    But the same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed t h e m all.”

    Jesus—God Himself; Luke 17:28-29

  5. Bill says

    The people writing these articles should give the Logan Act nonsense a rest – nobody has ever been prosecuted under it, and there has been only one recorded indictment (see http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Logan+Act )

    That one indictment was in 1803 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logan_Act#Government_action_under_the_Act and occurred when “a grand jury indicted Francis Flournoy, a Kentucky farmer, who had written an article in the Frankfort Guardian of Freedom under the pen name of ‘A Western American.'” In the article, Flournoy advocated a separate nation in the western part of the United States that would ally with France. The United States Attorney for Kentucky, an Adams appointee and brother-in-law of Chief Justice John Marshall, went no further than procuring the indictment of Flournoy. The purchase of the Louisiana Territory later that year appeared to cause the separatism issue to become moot.”

  6. Burt says

    Perfect! Now all the state department needs to do is revoke their passports, and we’re rid of these monsters.. let Putin keep them for a while, maybe they’ll get an all-expense paid trip to a Gulag in Siberia..

  7. Michael says

    So what is the best next step as a Christian you can do after causing gay men to be kidnapped, tortured, beaten an executed but to go fan the flames even more? God must be so proud.

  8. jamal49 says

    @FLORIDAJOE What needs to be done along with your suggestions is to start prosecuting people like Brian Brown et al for sedition, violations of The Logan Act, for crimes against humanity, etc. Start the fight against them legally which will expose even more their perfidy and bigotry. The evangelicals are a dangerous group, the enemy within. They must be vanquished.

  9. Janie says

    Why do you slander your opponents with such inflammatory, defamatory, vicious labels and sentiments?

    After all, you are on the side of righteousness, and they are the bad guys. And if this is so, the People (and their elected representitives) will surely be able to differentiate between who the stewards of righteousness and the denizens of hatred are. And if the gay rights movement is truly righteous, just, and fair, it should have more faith/confidence that true underhanded dogs will be exposed for what they are and the People will perceive accordingly. Why must you resort to such crude foulness when your are on the side of righteousness? Let the pro-family folk endure in their wrongness and outlandishness, and surely the People will recognize them for the ambassadors of hate that you recognize them as.

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