Posted by: rotenochsen | February 6, 2010


Radical homosexual anti-Catholic bigot Harry Knox was appointed to the Advisory Council on Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnership despite his numerous statements that indicate that he is a bigot who hates the Catholic Church.

My question is would Obama appoint a man or woman to a council that is supposed to be a unifying group of neighborhood and church advocates if he/she were a openly anti- Muslim bigot?

The appointment of this man is an outrage and an insult to the millions of Catholics who, by the way 58% voted for Obama in the presidential election!

His statement that the “Pope is hurting people in the name of Jesus”, and then acknowledging that he stands behind the statement during a press conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday. asked Knox, “You put out a statement saying Pope Benedict XVI was—quote—‘hurting people in the name of Jesus’ because he did not support promoting the use of condoms as a means to control the spread of HIV.  And I was wondering, do you still believe the pope’s position on condoms is ‘hurting people in the name of Jesus’?”
 Knox answered, “I—I do.”

In a follow-up question, asked Knox:  “So, even in light of—Edward Green, a Harvard researcher in AIDS prevention said the pope was correct in that condom use aggravates HIV, the spread of it, in Africa.  So, in light of that statement, do you still hold to that position?
Knox answered, “He is simply incorrect in his assertion.  All the other evidence of science shows otherwise.”
On March 17, 2009, Pope Benedict flew to Africa to visit Cameroon and Angola. During the flight, he answered several questions from reporters, including one concerning AIDS in Africa: Given that the Catholic Church’s position in fighting AIDS “is often considered unrealistic and ineffective,” would the pope “address this theme during the journey?”
Pope Benedict gave a lengthy response, detailing many of the Church’s humanitarian efforts to help people with AIDS in Africa. “I would say that this problem of AIDS cannot be overcome merely with money, necessary though it is,” he said. “If there is no human dimension, if Africans do not help [by responsible behavior], the problem cannot be overcome by the distribution of prophylactics: on the contrary, they increase it.”
In response to the pope’s remarks, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) issued a statement. It quoted Harry Knox as follows: “The Pope’s statement that condoms don’t help control the spread of HIV, but rather condoms increase infection rates, is hurting people in the name of Jesus.”

Senior Harvard AIDS Prevention Researcher Edward Green, who describes himself as a liberal, says that science backs the pope’s message.
“We just cannot find an association between more condom use and lower HIV-reduction rates” in Africa, Green told the Catholic News Agency in March 2009. The news agency further reported: “According to Green, the Catholic Church should continue to ‘do what it is already doing,’ avoid ‘arguing about the diameter of viruses’ and cite scientific evidence in connection with scripture and moral theology.” 
As to the real motivation behind Mr. Knox’s statement. Perhaps the statement that follows will show you what his real agenda is all about.

“Harry Knox spoke with at a press conference about the “American Prayer Hour,” a new, multi-city event designed to “affirm inclusive values and call on all nations, including Uganda, to decriminalize the lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.” He is an advocate of gay and lesbian rights!

The Catholic church is one of the largest Charity organisations in the world, and respond to all disasters no matter where or what the people involved ,affected by the disaster, have as their faith or lack of faith. To call the head of a church a man who is deliberately hurting people because of his belief is tantamount to calling all Muslims terrorists because some radical fanatics are Muslims. This would not be tolerated, and should not be overlooked by the Press and the media. This man should be removed from his position because of his hate speech and disruptive nature of a group that is dedicated to unity!

 In addition to advising President Obama on the government’s Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnership programs, Knox is the director of the religion and faith program at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), a homosexual activist group.


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