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October 2, 2011

The History of the Middle East Conflict in 11 Minutes

Arab representative during the 1919 Paris peace talks:

“We will push the Zionists into the sea, or they will push us back into the desert.”

Arab League Secretary General, Rahman Azan:

“This will be a war of extermination which will be spoken of like the Mongol massacres and the Crusades.”

September 9, 2011

Kingdom of the Three Genocides

The modern Turkish state was founded on the genocide of three Christian nations.  This particular Islamic state is virtually swimming in the blood of the Martyrs.  Politically incorrect history, courtesy of CCHQ.

If you’re a fan of Roman history, you’ve heard of Pontus.  The Pontic kingdom was the offspring of the ancient Greek wayfarers and explorers who colonized Asia Minor and the southern coast of the Black Sea beginning in 800 B.C.  When Pontus was eventually conquered by Rome in 63 B.C., it was folded into the Eastern Roman Empire, whose capital resided in Constantinople.  Almost 1,500 years later when this last hellenized bastion of Rome fell to the armies of Islam in 1453, the “Pontic Greeks” remained on the northern coast of what is today known as Turkey.  But the Turks could not long abide an older ethnic population in their midst, sharing their country but refusing to assimilate into Islam.  So they did to this stateless minority what they did to the Armenians– genocide.  The campaign against the Pontic Greeks included massacres, forced deportations and death marches.  Pontic villages and towns would be surrounded by Turks and their inhabitants massacred.  Over 500,000 Pontians were deported of whom comparatively few survived, with those who were able to escape and survive seeking refuge in neighboring Russia and Greece.  The death toll is estimated at between to 350,000 — 450,000 Greek Pontians killed in massacres and death marches.  They were the last remnants of a civilization dating back almost three millenia, now dispersed forever.

And the Armenian genocide from 1896 through 1923.  Victims: 1.5 million.  It was the deliberate and systematic destruction of the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire, which took part almost concurrently and in the same historical context as the Assyrian Christian genocide of 1914 — 1920.  Stay tuned for more on this later.

The Assyrian Christians were a race of people indigenous to the area of northern Mesopotamia, the descendants of the ancient Assyrian empire which fell around 600 B.C., and among the first of nations to convert to Christianity.  They were known to send their missionaries to nations as far flung as China and Japan.  Their dogged adherence to Christianity has made them one of Islam’s number one targets for hundreds of years, with their persecution culminating in modern times with their genocide at the hands of the Ottoman Empire’s “Young Turks” in the early 20th century.  The Turks committed massacres against, and forced death marches upon, all those Assyrians who refused to convert to Islam.  For example, in 1915, 8,000 Ottoman Turkish soldiers surrounded almost 20,000 Assyrian civilians in at least 30 villages and massacred them all.  And that was just the beginning.  The Assyrian nation lost almost two thirds of it’s population at the hands of the Turk.  Total dead are estimated at 750,000.  But their story has been all but ignored by our historians, in my opinion because this constitutes politically incorrect history that can’t be pinned on the “Western imperialism” that so consumes our intellectuals of the Academy.  Here, however, you will finally hear from the victims and eyewitnesses of this genocide who managed to survive those purges, death marches, and pitched battles.  This is history of a people lost to our memory.  It is a forgotten genocide.

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January 13, 2011

Why doesn’t anyone care about the unread Soviet archives?

Michail Gorbachev: the archives suggest a much darker figure.

Western academics have never shown much interest in studying Communism beyond the abstract and theoretical.  The fall of the Soviet Union opened up 70 years of classified documents and files for their inspection, which they have largely ignored.  Perhaps it’s because they’re afraid of what they might find, such as the infamous Venona Files declassified after the fall of the Soviet Union, and which essentially affirm Joe McCarthy’s so-called paranoia about KGB infiltration into American institutions and society.  Alger Hiss was a spy.  True, ol’ tail-gunner Joe may have gotten some names wrong, and he implicated a few innocent people, but he was onto something.  The documents prove it.  Unsurprisingly, therefore, Western academics largely ignore the treasure trove placed at their disposal in the post-Soviet era.  The crimes and atrocities of the 20th Century committed in the name of Communism and Atheism have largely been ignored by Academia and their pop culture missionaries in Hollywood and the Media.  I believe the reason for this is their fear that it would reflect negatively on the Western Left, and thereby strengthen the Right.  They don’t want the Right to use “Stalin” against them the way they use “Hitler” against the Right.  It’s not an accident, therefore, that Stalin is absent in an iconic sense from the Western psyche (even after 50 years of cold war), while the name “Hitler” has been mythologized as the embodiment of all that is depraved and evil in the world.  In this way they get to call you “Hitler” and “Nazi”, and you get to call them…Well, nothing.  Thus, Stalin, despite a body count far exceeding that of the Nazis, does not hold a candle to Der Fuehrer in the evil department.  The result is that even after nearly 50 years of Cold War with the Soviet Union, and despite most of their files thrown open for all to inspect for nearly 20 years now, academic interest in communism/marxism continues to be relegated to the theoretical, not the historical.

A Hidden History of Evil

In the world’s collective consciousness, the word “Nazi” is synonymous with evil. It is widely understood that the Nazis’ ideology—nationalism, anti-Semitism, the autarkic ethnic state, the Führer principle—led directly to the furnaces of Auschwitz. It is not nearly as well understood that Communism led just as inexorably, everywhere on the globe where it was applied, to starvation, torture, and slave-labor camps. Nor is it widely acknowledged that Communism was responsible for the deaths of some 150 million human beings during the twentieth century. The world remains inexplicably indifferent and uncurious about the deadliest ideology in history.

For evidence of this indifference, consider the unread Soviet archives. Pavel Stroilov, a Russian exile in London, has on his computer 50,000 unpublished, untranslated, top-secret Kremlin documents, mostly dating from the close of the Cold War. He stole them in 2003 and fled Russia. Within living memory, they would have been worth millions to the CIA; they surely tell a story about Communism and its collapse that the world needs to know. Yet he can’t get anyone to house them in a reputable library, publish them, or fund their translation. In fact, he can’t get anyone to take much interest in them at all.

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December 9, 2010

Charles the Hammer, Savior of Christianity in the West

History is my passion, and this is one of its turning points.  After the fall of Rome and during what is today known as the “Dark Ages”, Islam– through force of arms alone– was ascendant and making what would be the first of its many incursions into the Christian West.  In the year 711, the Islamic tide crossed the straights of Gibraltar, quickly and easily overcoming the poorly organized Visigothic tribes of Iberia who stood up to resist them.  The defeat– so utter and complete at the hands of this unstoppable Islamic force– handed virtually the entire peninsula into 700 years of real darkness, I don’t care how the Caliphate of Al-Andalus is described today by modern scholars.  But the ever expansionist Religion of Peace was not yet finished with Europe.  In 732, they crossed the Pyrenees into France and proceeded with their conquest of Europe and its barbarian rabble.  What the Moslems had not counted on was that the Frankish tribes were not the disorganized hordes they had faced in the Visigoths.  Under Charles Martel– a general of the Merovingian kings– the Franks had been quietly building a standing army to match the conquering juggernaut Islam was hurling against them.  Christian and Muslim met in the field of battle at Tours in southern France where the armies of Islam were utterly vanquished.  It was one of the critical victories over Islam in Europe which might have turned out very differently but for that one very specific man of resolve, the kind of man who seem to appear at the right time and place by the grace of God.  So grave was the Islamic threat, and so glorious Martel’s victory, that after the battle he was crowned king.  His dynasty later gave rise to emperor Charlemagne– Carolus Magnus— who earned his title by attempting to single-handedly raise the West from the decline into which it had fallen.  Sadly, their efforts may have been for naught.  Demographic trends indicate that everything men like this fought to preserve will be lost to Islam in this century without a shot being fired thanks to our declining fertility rates and mass Islamic immigration.

August 16, 2010

From the Shores of Tripoli: Obama Spins Historical Fiction for Ramadan Speech

Serving up rubbish for Ramadan

From Obama’s Speech on Ramadan

“In my inaugural address, I said that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus — and non-believers. We are shaped by every language and culture, drawn from every end of this Earth. That diversity can bring difficult debates. Indeed, past eras have seen controversies about the construction of synagogues or Catholic churches. But time and again, the American people have demonstrated that we can work through these issues, stay true to our core values, and emerge stronger for it. So it must be – and will be – today.

Tonight, we are reminded that Ramadan is a celebration of a faith known for great diversity. And Ramadan is a reminder that Islam has always been part of America. The first Muslim ambassador to the United States, from Tunisia, was hosted by President Jefferson, who arranged a sunset dinner for his guest because it was Ramadan—making it the first known iftar at the White House, more than 200 years ago.

Like so many other immigrants, generations of Muslims came here to forge their future. They became farmers and merchants, worked in mills and factories, and helped lay the railroads. They helped build America. They founded the first Islamic center in New York City in the 1890s. They built America’s first mosque on the prairie of North Dakota. And perhaps the oldest surviving mosque in America—still in use today—is in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.”

The rest here.

Obama's pirate "ambassador" Mellimelli

President Obama is correct.  Islam does have a history with America, but it’s a history of trouble.  First of all, Tunisia didn’t even exist as a country in Jefferson’s day, which means there was no ambassador.  His guest, Sidi Soliman Mellimelli, was an envoy from the BARBARY PIRATES sent to extort the United States for the release of American merchant seamen being held hostage by the Barbarys, and to demand tribute from the U.S. government for leaving American shipping alone.  Think of Somalian pirates, but on the Mediterrenean and far better organized.  This Muslim envoy arrived demanding– among other things– housing for his staff and concubines.  Yes, CONCUBINES.  But primarily tribute.  In other words, Obama’s “tunisian ambassador” was not in town to peacefully break bread with his Christian hosts in commemoration of the Ramadan feast, but to make Jefferson an “offer he couldn’t refuse”– hand over the cash, or your seamen sleep with the fishes (they were never seen again).  In short, it was an Islamic protection racket.  Jefferson refused Islam’s “offer” and is reported to have responded to the Barbary attempt to extort him with, “Millions for defense but not one penny for tribute.”  He then declared America’s first War on Terror against Mellimelli’s Islamic masters and utterly destroyed them all in a series of protracted military engagements.

From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli…

This is the history of Islam and America that Obama conveniently left out of his fantastical Ramadan speech.  And there is zero evidence that Thomas Jefferson thought this was an iftar dinner.  He simply accommodated his demanding guest by delaying dinner until sunset instead of the usual 3:30 pm (they dined a lot earlier in those days).  But don’t let actual history get in the way of President Obama’s PC fantasies, Lefties.  Actual history has a distinctly Rightwing bias.

July 25, 2010

Clash of Civilizations: the Moguls, & the Mahdi, the Mandate

East and West have been at war since Xerxes. Modern jihad is but the latest incarnation of this timeless struggle.  From the Mogul empire to the British Mandate, this series pretends to play it straight down the middle as it explores the history of Islam’s most recent conflict with Christendom, and now with the secular West.  This documentary is decidedly anti-British, anti-Christian, and pro-Arab (they clearly don’t count the Islamic conquest of the Holy Land from the Byzantines as “empire”, only the Crusaders who tried to take it back).  It is told purely from the Muslim and Arab point of view.  But there’s so much good stuff in here I decided to post it.  If you love history, this one plays like a thriller.  If the clips don’t load the first time, try refreshing the page a couple of times.

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July 10, 2010

The palestinian-Nazi Alliance to exterminate the Jews (bumped)

Did you know the palestinian Arabs were Hitler’s allies?  Did you know the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin Al-Husseini, who was uncle to Yasser Arafat, raised several Muslim divisions for Hitler?  History you weren’t taught in schools and which isn’t spoken of in polite society– you will find it here at CCHQ.  This documentary from German TV shows the extent to which the palestinian Arabs cooperated with Nazi Germany in their effort to exterminate the Jews during WW2 and the years preceding.  This is not merely history, however, as the past in this case illuminates the present.

Amin Al-Husseini: “By now we have exterminated approximately 3 million of them.”

“Every Jewish child who heard the name ‘Mufti’ thought of hate, destruction, death, murder.”

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March 28, 2010

The Seige of Vienna 1683

Polish Winged Hussars to the rescue at the Seige of Vienna

I love history, and this one holds a particularly warm place in my heart.  In 1683, the forces of Islam stood at the gates of Christendom, with only the city of Vienna standing between them and the soft underbelly of Europe.  For those inside the city, the situation looked hopeless.  But the West was saved when a “Holy Alliance” of Austrians, Germans, and Poles repelled the armies of Islam at the crumbling walls of that besieged city.  As if lifted straight from the pages of a Tolkien novel, it was an unlikely victory snatched from the jaws of certain defeat thanks only to the dramatic, without a minute to spare arrival of the famed Winged Hussars under King Jan Sobieski of Poland.  His 14,000 Polish cavalrymen in winged armor descended from the hills above and overran the Ottoman line.  It was the largest cavalry charge in history, and turned the tide of the battle.  You are a christian today– and not a Muslim– thanks to the “religious fanaticism” that motivates men like this to protect their way of life.

“Just one more mine, and Vienna would fall.”

“The fall of Vienna would open the door for the Ottomans to conquer all of Western Christendom.”

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Sobieski said the reason he responded to Austria’s appeal for help was “to proceed to the Holy War, and with God’s help to give back the old freedom to besieged Vienna, and thereby help wavering Christendom.”  Today, everything men of the West such as these have fought and died for since the Islamic horde broke out of the Saudi Arabian peninsula is being squandered by the open borders, mass Islamic immigration, multiculturalists of the Left.  Islam will have its prize on a silver platter without firing a single solitary shot thanks to that cultural disorder we call Secular Progressivism.

January 18, 2010

The Myth of Hitler’s Pope

Pope Benedict and Rabbi Di Segni.


ROME (AFP) – The role of the Roman Catholic Church during the Holocaust hung over a landmark visit Sunday by Pope Benedict XVI to Rome’s main synagogue.

“Unfortunately many remained indifferent” as the Nazis slaughtered millions of Jews before and during World War II, the German-born pope said in a speech often punctuated by applause in the cavernous temple.  But silence greeted his assertion that the Holy See “performed actions of support, often hidden and discreet.”

The Catholic Church has long argued that Pius XII, who was pope from 1939 to 1958, saved many Jews who were hidden away in religious institutions, and that his silence was born out of a wish to avoid aggravating their situation.

“Maybe he could not have stopped the death trains, but he could have sent a signal, a word of extreme comfort, of human solidarity for our brothers taken off to Auschwitz,” he said.  Pacifici, whose grandparents died at Auschwitz, however said in a voice choked with emotion that he was “grateful” to Catholic nuns in Florence for sheltering his father and uncle.

In another emotion-charged moment, Pacifici paid homage to Holocaust survivors present, many of whom had tears in their eyes, as the pope rose to applaud them.  The Vatican said last year that some five or six years of work remained before the secret archives on Pius XII could be opened to researchers.

Archivist Sergio Pagano said the documents would show that he had “taken risks, including personal risks, to save the Jews.” Benedict’s visit, announced in October, appeared at risk of being cancelled amid howls of protest over a papal decree bestowing the title “venerable” on Pius XII.

Article, here.

Pope Pius XII meets Adolf Hitler

The myth of Pope Pius XII as “Hitler’s Pope” has endured for decades thanks in great part to a concerted effort by the KGB to tarnish the Catholic church and christianity in revenge for the Vatican’s opposition to Soviet communism.  This black legend was eagerly picked up by the Western Left, as it serves their purposes, and they’ve been running with it ever since.   Here you see the sad results of that propaganda campaign.

What you will rarely hear is that Pope Pius XII (who had not yet been crowned Pope) dissavowed Hitler as early as 1937.  At the time, he was Eugenio Pacelli, the Vatican’s ambassador to the German state of Bavaria.  Pacelli’s awakening came in the form his encyclical Mit brennender Sorge (“With burning anxiety”) which he drafted for Pius XI, and which was one of the strongest condemnations of a national regime that the Holy See had ever published.  Since Pacelli was the Vatican official best informed on German matters, Pius XI asked him to draft the encyclical.

Neville Chamberlain, peacenik fooled until the very end.

Hitler had the Catholic Church fooled for several years, but Neville “Peace in our time” Chamberlain and pacifists of his ilk were fooled until the very moment Hitler invaded Poland in ’39.  Even most of the Jews living in Nazi Germany at the time refused to see what is so obvious to us in hindsight.  It was only Winston Churchill and his warmongering conservatives who got it right from the beginning.  Pope Pius XI followed shortly thereafter.

In fact, Pope Pius XI took pains to ensure that Nazi officials could not prohibit its distribution. Unlike most encyclicals, which are written in Latin, Mit brennender Sorge was written in German for maximum exposure. It was then smuggled into Germany, secretly distributed, and read at the Masses on Palm Sunday, 1937.  Pius XI’s encyclical condemned not only the persecution of the Church in Germany, but also the use of race and bloodlines to judge human value, the idolizing of the state, and the neopaganism of Nazi theories. It declared in part:

“Whoever exalts race, or the people, or the State, or a particular form of State, or the depositories of power, or any other fundamental value of the human community however necessary and honorable be their function in worldly things – whoever raises these notions above their standard value and divinizes them to an idolatrous level, distorts and perverts an order of the world planned and created by God; he is far from the true faith in God and from the concept of life which that faith upholds. None but superficial minds could stumble into concepts of a national God, of a national religion; or attempt to lock within the frontiers of a single people, within the narrow limits of a single race, God, the Creator of the universe, King and Legislator of all nations before whose immensity they are “as a drop of a bucket” (Isaiah 11:15).

Pius’s XI’s encyclical concluded with the following words of defiance, “enemies of the Church who think that their time has come will see that their joy was premature.” Those distributing the encyclical were arrested, payments due to the Church from Germany under the concordat were elliminated, and several priests were subjected to trials on trumped-up charges.  The Nazis confiscated all available copies of the encyclical, arrested printers who made copies, and shut down their printing presses.

Shortly thereafter, Hitler was quoted in a Swiss newspaper as saying, “The Third Reich does not desire a modus vivendi with the Catholic Church, but rather its destruction with lies and dishonor, in order to make room for a German Church in which the German race will be glorified.’ Pope Pius XI was henceforth considered an enemy of the Third Reich, but he died shortly thereafter.

In one of the shortest conclaves in Vatican history, the cardinals then crowned Eugenio Pacelli the new Pope in defiance of warnings by the German ambassador to the Vatican that the Third Reich would look most unfavorably on his choice as Pius XI’s successor.  The Nazis, through the German media were quick to respond, “The election of Cardinal Pacelli is not accepted with favor in Germany because he was always opposed to Nazism and practically determined the policies of the Vatican under his predecessor,said one Das Schwarze Korps, the official newspaper of the dreaded Nazi SS.  Germany was the only country that did not send a representative to Pius XII’s coronation.  He took his name, “Pius”, in honor of his predecessor who had tasked him with drafting Mit brennender Sorge. Hitler invaded Poland 3 months later.

Let there be no misunderstanding, Hitler occupied Rome from September 1943 until June 1944, and he would have overrun the Vatican had Pius sufficiently provoked him.  There was even a German plot, revealed after the war, to kidnap the Pope and his Cardinals if Hitler decided the public relations nightmare merited invading Vatican territory.   Nevertheless, Pius worked tirelessly to save the lives of Jews, though quietly in order to avoid provoking a military response by the Nazis.  It is easy to forget there is only so much the Pope could have done.  He had no army beyond his Swiss guards, who were no more than a personal bodyguard.  But by working behind the scenes, Pius XII, through the Catholic Church, was directly and indirectly responsible for saving hundreds of thousands of lives.  Had he decided to take to the pulpit to openly denounce Hitler’s terrible treatment of the Jews (as well as catholic clergy), Hitler almost certainly would have turned his military machine against the Catholic church, and that would have been the end of the Vatican’s behind-the-scenes activities.

Oscar Schindler, also a Roman catholic, is today regarded as a “righteous gentile” by many Jews for saving perhaps 3,000 Jewish lives.  What then accounts for so much unjust criticism of Pope Pius XII, who saved many hundred thousand lives?

Below, the answer to that question.  How the KGB created the myth of “Hitler’s Pope”, and it’s sad legacy today.

December 21, 2009

Hold the Line

Unyielding: Sir Thomas More

In 1535, Sir Thomas More, chancellor of England, was tried and executed for, among other things, refusing to recognize King Henry’s VIII divorce and unlawful remarriage.  He had been under pressure from all sides to bend on the matter, including from the King, fellow churchmen, as well as his closest family.  But he refused to betray his conscience.  In the play A Man For All Seasons, we have the following exchange:

The Duke of Norfolk: Oh confound all this. I’m not a scholar, I don’t know whether the marriage was lawful or not but dammit, Thomas, look at these names! Why can’t you do as I did and come with us, for fellowship!

Sir Thomas More: And when we die, and you are sent to heaven for doing your conscience, and I am sent to hell for not doing mine, will you come with me, for fellowship?

In what is sometimes referred to as the “Post-Christian” era, evangelical christianity is considered by some as the Faith’s lone unapolagetic holdout against the militant secularist tide that has swept the West.  Though in many ways subject to the same sociocultural pitfalls afflicting Western culture at large, they remain unyielding on theological doctrine.  They have so far refused to follow “for fellowship” the mainline sects down the path of compromise and political correctness.  But cracks have begun to appear even in the walls of this last archaic bastion.

DENVER – The auditorium lights turned low, the service begins with the familiar rhythms of church: children singing, hugs and handshakes of greeting, a plea for donations to fix the boiler.

Then the 55-year-old pastor with spiked gray hair and blue jeans launches into his weekly welcome, a poem-like litany that includes the line “queer or straight here, there’s no hate here.”

Tidd is an outlaw pastor of sorts. His community, less than a year old, is an evangelical Christian church guided both by the Apostle’s Creed and the belief that gay people can embrace their sexual orientation as God-given and seek fulfillment in committed same-sex relationships.

“Highlands Church represents a breakout position, where you have a gay-affirming stance that moves beyond the traditional kind of liberal-conservative divide,” said Mark Achtemeier, an associate professor at University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, which is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). “I’m finding lots of moderate conservatives just think there’s something wrong with a default position of excluding gays from the life of the church.”

“I don’t think it can be taken for granted anymore that the traditional evangelical view will be adopted by the coming generations given the changes and shifts in our culture,” Dockery said.

Tidd said Highlands is not a one-issue church but one committed to social justice. He describes it as “radically inclusive but still rooted in the essentials of the Gospel.” The church discourages promiscuity and encourages healthy lifelong relationships.

Tidd said he supports gay marriage and would perform same-sex blessings if asked. A gay man in a committed relationship sits on the church’s board of trustees.

“Our position is not one of lenience, but a matter of justice,” said Tidd, a married father of five. “It’s not that we don’t acknowledge the reality of sin. It’s not a sin to be gay or act in accordance with your nature.”

More gay marriage here.

It’s a tangled and sensitive issue, gentle readers.  But we can’t ignore it in hopes it will go away.  It should be approached with humility, but also boldly.  And because we at CCHQ believe this issue is at the front line in the battle for Christendom, we offer a guide on how to do it.

In the moral and intellectual tradition of Christianity throughout its history, which has nurtured and informed my heart and mind for all of my years on this Earth, homosexual relations have never been, nor will ever be, the moral equal to those between man and woman.   We do not believe that homosexuals are any more wicked or evil than the rest of us.  But we believe that homosexuality is a disorder in the sense that there is a natural order of things (trying to fit centuries of thinking on Natural Law into a blog post will have to wait for another date).  Having a disorder–any disorder–is neither sinful (because it is not a function of the will) nor does it make one less a child of God.  But homosexual acts (which do involve the will) are disordered, and therefore sinful.

You might then retort, “But you can’t deny someone the right to gay marriage based on your religious beliefs!”  Here is problem with that line of thinking:

1. Opposition to gay marriage is more than a “religious belief,” it’s a moral position held by people all over the world of all religions, and of no religion at all.  It’s a universal moral position.  Moral positions aren’t unconstitutional.  My religious beliefs certainly inform my moral position; in this I am no different from you or anybody else.  We all have religious beliefs: atheism is a religious belief, even “I don’t care about religion” is a religious belief.  There is also nothing unconstitutional about religious beliefs informing a moral position, as such a thing would be virtually impossible.

2.  The fuss over gay marriage is not about, nor has it ever been about, marriage. It is about the homosexual community trying to redefine an institution as part of the larger campaign to have homosexual relations be accorded the same moral status as heterosexual ones.  As such, the gay community, is therefore on a mission to try to get their moral position enforced as law.  As we at CCHQ oppose their moral position, we cannot and will not support their efforts, and will oppose them in the public sphere, and at the ballot box whenever such measures appear.

I hope our position is clear, gentle readers, and that your position on this issue also be clear.  We at CCHQ do not hate homosexuals, nor do we have a particular axe to grind against them.  However, morally equating homosexual relations with heterosexual ones is not something that shall ever be forthcoming from me.  In the battle for Christendom, we continue to withdraw, to fall back.  But the line must be drawn here.  This far and no further.