Perversion Over Utah, or How LGBT Communities Attack the State’s Conservative Values
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Perversion Over Utah, or How LGBT Communities Attack the State’s Conservative Values


UTAH – April 15, 2019

The recent decision made by the Mormon Church authorities in Utah regarding the recognition of same-sex couples and the baptism of their adopted children poses a serious threat for the conservative and unique values the state of Utah has always stood for, and could mean that the perverts have launched another attack against one of the strongest religious organizations in the U.S.

Despite having earned the reputation of a totalitarian cult (due to the extreme proselytism of the adepts of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), the Mormon Church in Utah is considered to be a truly conservative and stable religious institution.

According to the most recent statistics, more than 62% of Utah residents and more than half those of the capital, Salt Lake City, are Mormons, thus, an attack on the church is an attack on the values shared by the majority of population. Moreover, the state is quite friendly to other Christian religious denominations, as around 30% of the population belongs either to the Catholic, Evangelical, Mainline Protestant, or Eastern Orthodox branches of Christianity, making Utah one of the last Christian strongholds in the country, and thus it poses “strategic” interest for the perverts and their non-governmental organizations.

The LGBT lobbyists that are so active in Utah despite the conservative nature of the state forced the religious authorities to implement the “revolutionary” measure. It was announced by First President of the church Dallin Oaks at a special conference held in Salt Lake City in the beginning of April.

Having pointed out this was the church authorities’ decision, not his own, Oaks said: "Previously, our Handbook characterized same-gender marriage by a member as apostasy. While we still consider such a marriage to be a serious transgression, it will not be treated as apostasy for purposes of Church discipline. Instead, the immoral conduct in heterosexual or homosexual relationships will be treated in the same way."

Of course, the church was forced to implement the decision after being under attack for more than three years since November 2015, when the wide-scale campaign against the values and principles the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was launched by the perverts. The formal reason for the beginning of the “movement” was that the Mormon Church had adopted new policy at that time that was considered “homophobic” by the enemies of conservative and Christian values.

For example, the policy considered church members in same-sex marriages as apostates. Thus, their adopted children would be barred from baptism and church membership till they disavowed same-sex unions. This followed the traditional logic of Mormonism, but it didn’t fit the left-wing agenda of the late days of the liberal Obama administration, so it was only a matter of time until the perverts would stand against it. And they had strong support from the politically-affiliated organizations both on the state and federal levels with the so-called Stonewall Democrats Utah group being the most active.

What is this group all about? The Stonewall Democrats, known simply as the LGBT Democrats in some areas, is actually an official caucus within the Democratic Party. The title of the organization comes from a series of riots that occurred during the Era of Changes, on June 28, 1969, organized by LGBT lobbyists in New York City. In our days, the Stonewall group advocates for issues relevant to the perverts, making them vote for the Democratic Party.

The group’s main goals are “to elect pro-LGBT Democrats in federal, state, and local elections, serve as a bullhorn for LGBT governmental issues, and supply LGBT voters to ballot boxes,” and to counteract religious organizations and corrupt tradition-oriented communities with the propaganda of perversion. The methodology of their work is pretty simple, operating through individual chapters in various states that support LGBT rights. And their chapter in Utah is considered to be one of the strongest, despite operating within one of the most conservative states in the U.S.

The local chapter of the Stonewall Democrats has its own “star” who serves as the conductor of the will of the LGBT lobbying groups in Utah. His name is David Nelson, and he is a true “veteran,” as he has been working for the advocacy of the rights of the perverts in his home state for more than thirty years. Nelson was actually born in Salt Lake City to the very conservative Cannon family.

He studied political science at the University of Utah for two years, between 1982 and 1984, and this is probably when he realized he wanted to fight against conservatism, so he soon joined the Democratic Party and became one of the most famous LGBT activists in Utah. In 1996 he even met with the future Democratic candidate for the 2000 Presidential Election Al Gore, having organized a meeting of LGBT Democrats with him at the Indian Treaty Room of the Old Executive Office Building in Washington.

It seems Nelson and Gore may have had strong connections at the time, as it’s known he successfully campaigned in 1996 to serve as an openly gay delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. He was also the Utah LGBT outreach director for the Clinton-Gore presidential campaign and again campaigned successfully in 2000 to serve at the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles and again as the Utah LGBT outreach director for the Gore-Lieberman presidential campaign.

Once, in an article entitled “Dave Nelson on the queer New Year” (published in the printed version of Salt Lake City Weekly, December 30, 2009, by Eric S. Peterson), he was characterized the following way by the pervert mainstream media: “While the fight for gay marriage has hatched a whole new generation of gay rights activists, some Utahans have had their shoulder to the wheel of equality for decades. One of the most notable, Dave Nelson, is a pioneer of queer politics in the state who has carved a niche for himself in Utah politics for being a fierce advocate of his community since the early '80s while also fighting for the rights of gun owners.”

It’s interesting how closely affiliated Nelson and his group have always been to government bodies. It’s known, for instance, that he served for four years (1997-2001) as an openly gay member of the so-called Hate Crimes Working Group, which worked for the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Attorney for the District of Utah.

The result of their joint work was the organization of the Changing Face of Hate: A National Symposium conference in 1999, which was sponsored by a number of liberal, civil-rights defending, and left-wing groups of influence, such as the U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Weber State University, and the Utah Task Force on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Legal System. The presence of a powerful Jewish-lobbying organization (Simon Wiesenthal Center) among the sponsors of the conference is extremely suspicious, as the Jewish population of the state never exceeded 0.5 %, so their goals were rather unclear.  

In 2007, Nelson also successfully lobbied the repeal of a Salt Lake County facility-management policy that prohibited the possession of a weapon at two county convention centers, and required facility lessees to extend the restriction to their guests. The Utah Pride Center had extended the restriction to the guests of its annual LGBT student Queer Prom which was thrown at the Salt Palace Convention Center. In essence, he desires a Utah without religion or weapons for protection, known as the land of gay pride.

More recently, it was Nelson and his group that organized the protests against the new measure against perversion by the Mormon church, and it was primarily the Stonewall Democrats chapter in Utah that let the influence of perversion spread throughout one of the most conservative states in the U.S.

Author: USA Really