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Bryan Fischer: India's High Court Ruling Proves the Gay 'Culture Trend' Can be Stopped — VIDEO

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Yesterday, in a horrendous step backward for LGBT progress, the Supreme Court of India reinstated a colonial era law that criminalized gay sex, which had been ruled unconstitutional back in 2009.

On cue, American Family Association spokeshater Bryan Fisher spent part of his radio broadcast praising the ruling and hyping up his belief that the decision could be a model for other nations to follow in the efforts to curb the growing cultural acceptance of homosexuality, Right Wing Watch reports.

Said Fischer:

"This shows, ladies and gentlemen, that it can be done. It shows that this cultural trend that we're dealing with can be reversed, because for four years it was open season for homosexuals in India and now that drift away from cultural norms and moral norms, that's been reversed in the country of India...Good law in India upheld by the Supreme Court."

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  1. First of all, this nut doesn't know the meaning of the phrase "open season." Second, since when has the US followed any of the cultural or legal standards of India?

    Keep it up, fool.

    Posted by: Jack M | Dec 12, 2013 2:33:31 PM


  2. Ha!

    Posted by: Fenrox | Dec 12, 2013 2:34:44 PM


  3. You too can adopt the political and cultural practices of a Third World country.

    Posted by: David | Dec 12, 2013 2:41:10 PM


  4. This site cares a whole lot more for the utterly predictable positions of Fischer, Robertson, and the Catholic church than it should.

    Posted by: Paul R | Dec 12, 2013 2:44:15 PM


  5. haber yazılımı and cultural practices of a Third World country

    Posted by: haber yazılımı | Dec 12, 2013 2:48:10 PM


  6. But....but.....but, Bryan, India is NOT a Christian country so how can you even mention its name on your broadcast unless you want to castigate the heathens who live there worshipping a false god? Oh, I see, you now think that all Indians - non-Christian though the majority may be - are anti-gay so you'll cut 'em a little slack, huh?

    Bryan, who are a fool. Christ wouldn't consider you a Christian any more than he would the Papist priest who rapes his under age parishoners.

    Posted by: HadenoughBS | Dec 12, 2013 2:51:11 PM


  7. Damn activist judges... oh, wait.

    Posted by: Mikey | Dec 12, 2013 2:55:12 PM


  8. I will never be as obsessed with gay sex as this man is.

    Posted by: Jerry | Dec 12, 2013 2:56:08 PM


  9. I always wonder when Fischer is going to come out. After all, there is nothing more vitriolic than self-loathing, and certainly a children's book of mythology replete with the earliest fantasy stories really can't generate that kind of wattage.

    Posted by: Tarc | Dec 12, 2013 2:59:57 PM


  10. England used to bar non-Anglican Christian denominations from having any say in the public sphere. How far back does BF want to go with this?

    Posted by: anon | Dec 12, 2013 3:30:03 PM


  11. What did you say ?
    Leviticus's blatherings apply to Hindus also ?
    I think ,Bryan, you should go there and tell them that.

    Now let's ignore this toad for a moment; the Supreme Court in India teaches us a vital lesson: our rights can be a casualty in the struggle between the Legislature and the Judiciary.
    That's what this all about.
    We should know that our rights could become a political football for the extreme Right if the Republicans gain the House Senate and Presidency.

    Eight years of Hillary followed by eight years of Elizabeth Warren will ensure that the doctrinaire spewings of Scalia et al. are buried in the 'dustbin of history'.
    This India decision should shock us out of any complacency.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Dec 12, 2013 3:36:21 PM


  12. And who will enforce this? Why is it always the neo fascist conservatives who are always harping about small government the first to want to pass laws in bedrooms? As Trudeau once said, "there's no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation."

    Posted by: Will | Dec 12, 2013 3:38:05 PM


  13. I worry that bryan fisher might be right that there is a rising anti-gay trend, or backlash. I worry about how far it will go.

    Posted by: Aluminum | Dec 12, 2013 3:40:37 PM


  14. And when the legislature overturns the court ruling, what will Bryan say?

    Nevertheless, it is true that our rights could be tenuous. There are plenty of haters like Bryan, and Putin, and the whole lot who would erase us if they could. As Franklin D. Roosevelt said: "In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved." And every generation has to step up to the task.

    Posted by: john patrick | Dec 12, 2013 4:23:41 PM


  15. I may not agree with everything he says, but I respect him for speaking his mind. That's what I do every day!

    Posted by: Little Kiwi | Dec 12, 2013 4:27:02 PM


  16. And once again I say boycott all things India. Spend no money, do not travel to, order nothing online from and refuse to support any American company that employs Indian citizens. Demand that your County and State elected officials ensure that no retirement funds are invested in India. If India wants to keep gay people in the gutter then we can put the entire country in the gutter with them. Let's see how that files with the citizenry of India.

    Posted by: Mike Ryan | Dec 12, 2013 6:34:36 PM


  17. Wtf

    They also have gang rape going on until someone called them out on it nothing was done

    And when you get tired of your wife you just set her on fire Nd say it was a heating accident

    Slum dog rules with the religious right

    Posted by: John Rickerl | Dec 12, 2013 7:31:32 PM


  18. He's soft peddling. Nazi Germany is much better example of the world he wants to live in.

    Posted by: FFS | Dec 12, 2013 8:54:12 PM


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