Do we own our own businesses, or do we work at them on a sharecropper basis, keeping only those revenues allowed to us by the actual owners, who are the moonbat social engineers running the government? Maybe Brian Klawiter was attempting to answer this question when he defied authorities by declaring that open demonstrations of homosexual behavior are not welcome in his Grandville, Michigan auto shop.
So far Big Government has not felt the need to grind Klawiter under its heel. As survivors of 1930s Germany can attest, freelance thugs will eagerly do the government’s dirty work in the early stages of fascism. In Germany they called these thugs Brownshirts; here we call them the Gaystapo:
“No, I’m not going to inquire into every secret, personal sin of all my customers. The Lord knows I have many of my own sins, and that he has forgiven me much,” owner Brian Klawiter wrote on a new post on Dieseltec’s Facebook page.
“What I meant by my original statement, was that I am drawing a line in the sand: where someone is engaging in overt displays of homosexual behavior, I don’t have to tolerate it in my place of business, just like I don’t have to tolerate overt displays of immoral heterosexual behavior in my shop (hypothetically speaking).”
Klawiter on Monday, April 20, blamed media and others who read his initial posts for singling out his statements about homosexuality.
Those statements, which would have been unremarkable only a few years ago, produced the response we have come to expect.
“Well, folks, as we predicted, it didn’t take long for the ugly face of the homosexual movement to present itself. What started out with ‘mere’ death threats against myself and my family and homosexuals spamming my Facebook page with gay porn shots, has escalated to physical violence.”
Homosexuals use gay porn as a weapon because they realize that under liberalism, the politically incorrect disgust they evoke in healthy people is as effective as a cudgel in the hand of a traditional Brownshirt.
Police do not appear to be interested in investigating the vandalism against his place of business, although they did increase patrols in the area.
“The homosexual agenda is evil, and is prepared to destroy anyone who gets in its way, or who calls homosexuality a sin. Today it’s us; tomorrow, it could be you,” Klawiter wrote Tuesday on his company’s Facebook page.
Klawiter maintained that his focus in an initial Facebook post included gun rights (armed customers get a discount), dishonesty, thievery and an “entitlement mentality,” not just homosexuality, which has been at the center of controversy.
It is still okay to promote gun rights, and even to oppose the dishonesty, thievery, and entitlement mentality that characterize our liberal ruling class — at least for now. But objecting to displays of deviant sexuality at your place of business is asking for trouble.
“As opposed to an enumerated Constitutional right, like the Second Amendment, or religion and free exercise of religion, like the First Amendment; or a biological unchangeable like race or sex, homosexuality is not in the Constitution, and it is something subject to moral choice. No one is ‘born that way.’ Under the Christian sexual ethic, it is immoral, and harms the individuals engaging in it, and the society that tolerates it.
“I mentioned it in my post because I am tired of the constant media drumbeat in favor of it. For my own sake, the level of reaction certainly has been unpleasant. No one likes gay porn, death threats, and vile speech directed their way. But for the country, it is hopefully an eye-opener. This is the ‘tolerance’ of a homosexual community on display, and it will only get worse as they feel emboldened.”
Don’t believe him? Wait and see.
On a tip from Rob E.