Updated: Dec 4, 2020
As I rolled out of bed today, I had no intention of reading about a twenty-five man orgy. I want to be clear that I do not discourage orgies; I have just never really wanted to participate in one, or in the discussion of one for that matter. I mean, I can barely hold a conversation with one person, and now you want to throw gymnastics into it? Anyway, I had no choice. Today was the day. The massive orgy I never had in mind had commenced:
A member of the European Parliament representing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party has resigned from his position in Brussels after he was caught leaving what reports described as a 25-man orgy on Friday.
Jozsef Szajer resigned on Sunday after he admitted to breaching Belgium's strict lockdown rules to attend a sex party, Politico reported on Tuesday. The police found 25 naked men at the gathering, including Szajer and some diplomats, the Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure reported. The newspaper quoted a local police source as saying, "We interrupted a gang bang."
Orban's Hungarian government has curtailed LGBTQ rights since he was elected prime minister in 2010. Szajer, who fronted Fidesz in the European Parliament, helped rewrite Hungary's constitution to "protect the institution of marriage as the union of a man and a woman," The Times of London reported.--Business Insider
Orban was actually arrested after attempting to flee the very police he had empowered to pursue him. The entire incident was so ridiculous in print one could not help but think, "is this the script for the next episode of Family Guy? Does the greased up def guy finally come out of the closet? Alas, this was real news, and so I had to take it at least a little seriously.
Hypocrisy never hides. It is clearly there for anyone who wishes to see it. Now, surely this was an isolated incident. It certainly doesn't happen that often. Well, neither does voter fraud, but everyone certainly gets in a tiff if you mention it. Besides, I could sit here all day, and cite various incidents of what I like to call divine hypocrisy, that is to say, the belief the one must do as I say, and not as I do:
Wes Goodman, a state legislator for Ohio, has already been forced to resign after a witness to the reported extramarital affair told the Ohio House Chief of Staff.
Mr Goodman, who routinely promotes “family values”, is married to a woman who is an assistant director of an annual abortion rally known as March for Life.--The Independent
Yeah, I know, it's only two examples. In fact, I'm a complete idiot for even mentioning it. I should just ignore the blithering idiocy that is the hypocrisy of the Christian right, because they don't mean it. They're just a little misguided. They're really nice people. I mean, just look at this gem:
Alabama’s only openly gay state legislator, Rep. Patricia Todd (D), expanded on the threat she made over the weekend in a Facebook update in which she said she’d out the marital infidelities of straight anti-gay politicians who threatened to derail marriage equality in the state.
In a Jan. 27 interview, Todd said, “It’s pretty common knowledge in Montgomery that legislators have had affairs with different people [working for them]…clerks, office staff, that sort of thing.” She also said the response to her threat has both “shut down” the rhetoric and, alarmingly, also inspired “death threats” against her.
Yes, because it's perfectly fine to be unfaithful as long as you're straight. And, if someone threatens to tell your wife about it, you threaten them right back, but this time with death. That's a great lesson for the kiddies. Three dumb asses just isn't enough these
days, so let's have a look at another anti-gay disaster:
An anti-LGBTQ Arkansas Republican who called his state’s mask mandate “draconian” has been hospitalized with a coronavirus infection.
State Sen. Jason Rapert (R), who proposed defunding PBS over an episode of Sesame Street in which out actor Billy Porter appeared, calling it part of “the radical LGBTQ agenda,” has been hospitalized for pneumonia and tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, according to an announcement posted to his Facebook account.
Despite claiming in a Facebook post that “we have all been doing our best to wear a mask,” the senator was recently seen attending church without a mask. He also condemned the governor’s mask mandate “on principle.”
His record on mask use during the pandemic has been a mixed bag at best. His announcement said he and his family have followed protocol, but he’s decried his own state’s “draconian measures” to fight the pandemic on social media as originating from “liberal hacks” who are “spreading fear.”
“There is no question that Covid19 is serious and can be very deadly for those with underlying conditions and the elderly,” he wrote in a Facebook post about Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s (R) mask mandate. “But the fact is 99% of our nation has not been afflicted and this pandemic is no worse statistically than other severe outbreaks we have endured without draconian measures isolating the healthy and shutting down our entire economy.”
Rapert, who is running to be lieutenant governor, adamantly condemned the PBS before the Sesame Street episode with Billy Porter had even aired this year, saying, “Christians do not support anti-Biblical behavior. The Bible is clear on certain sins — including homosexuality.”
In 2017, Rapert compared LGBTQ activists to Nazis, and then raised funds based on the upset responses he received.
“The LGBT activists who behave as Nazis are trying to ruin anyone who ‘disagrees’ with them” he wrote. “Simply believing in the Bible is offensive to these activists. They can’t stand it if you disagree. They demand full compliance with their diminished morality. They clearly behave just like the ‘brown shirts’ and ‘SS’ troops that Nazis used to destroy Jews and anyone who disagreed with the Nazi ideology.”
Rapert has been hospitalized with pneumonia and tested positive for COVID after being admitted.-LGBTQ Nation
Well, well, well... So, what is it about being anti-gay that makes one such a tremendous moron. It seems to me that the apocalypse has come in a sense, but it is not the one doomsday Christians predict in Revelation. It instead appears that the age of Divine Hypocrisy is coming to an end. One can handle delusional people during times of joy and comfort. One is able to put up with lies when one is content. However, as the plague surges beyond tiny numbers that were promised, people are beginning to care more about fact than fantasy.
More and more everyone, not just conspiracy theorists, is starting to take note of the the shadows on the wall. Behind the conspiracy movements in the United States is a very sincere demand for honesty and transparency. Why hasn't the government done more to ease people's minds about these conspiracies? Why don't they own up to their promises? What are they really hiding? Is it a broken identity? A cry for help? Or is it much more sinister than that? It is starting to seem to me that those who prey upon the weak simply disguise themselves in the cloaks of popular movements. This calls into question the leaders of any movement. After all, it is politics, and the point in any democracy is to have the most followers.