Patrick Stewart Fights Against The Antichrist Persecution Of Christians

By Theodore Shoebat

Patrick Stewart is fighting against the Antichrist persecution of Christians, by defending a Christian couple of Ireland who are being punished by the Irish government for refusing to make a pro-homosexual cake. According to the report:

The X-Men star told Newsnight last week that he supported the right of the McArthurs, the Christian family who owns Ashers, to refuse to make a message they find offensive.

The firm lost a landmark discrimination case after refusing to bake a cake with the words “support gay marriage” above a picture of Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street.

The man who played Captain Picard on Star Trek argued that nobody should be forced to write something they disagreed with.

He has since been lambasted by the LGBT community on social media and yesterday he clarified his comments on Facebook.

“In my view, this particular matter was not about discrimination, but rather personal freedoms and what constitutes them, including the freedom to object,” he wrote.

“Both equality and freedom of speech are fundamental rights – and this case underscores how we need to ensure one isn’t compromised in the pursuit of the other.”

Stewart has been an advocate of gay rights for years, and denied he shared the McArthurs’ views.

The homosexual agenda has nothing to do with “civil liberties” as they so claim. It has everything to do with control. The sodomites are trying to portray themselves as the next Civil Rights Movement, and identity themselves with the Blacks of olden times. But the reality is that they are using the Blacks as they express their contempt for African Americans. A fellow colleague of mine, Ryan Sorba, went undercover and met with some of the most top homosexual activists (Barney Frank included), and revealed, with a secret camera, how racist and vile the homosexual movement truly is:

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  • AnthonyM

    Yes, interesting video. This will never see the front page in the MSM.

  • Delta Rain

    Patrick Stewart…. I’ve always had a crush on him as Captain Jean-Luc Picard…Very refreshing to see that he’s a good man in real life too… These people have the right to decorate their own cakes in their own way…”Make it so.” https://youtu.be/-ZxHAZChcYU

  • Scott Strong

    I am on board with Patrick Stewards point of few on gays. For two reasons, one – I know what it says in the Old testament about homosexuality, but didn’t Jesus change the harshness of the O.T. in his teachings? I also know what Paul said about it. But Paul also had a problem with men having long hair. I hardly think that men went to the barber every two to three weeks for a trim as they do now. I think that Paul said this about long hair on men to appease gentiles who wanted to be set apart from the Jews. So in most cases I try to think of what Jesus’ reactions would be. I think He could’ve cared less about the length of a mans hair. And with gays, He may not have approved of their life style, but I think He would have loved them anyway as he loved everyone. So my point is that you don’t have to approve of their lifestyle, but you should show love to everyone. It troubles me when I see Christians writing post that are seething with hate towards gays. I don’t think it is how Jesus taught us to react towards others. In studying the Bible, I have not seen where one sin is less than another, except spiritual pride, and calling that which is of God evil. Who’s to say whether God may be more upset with you for becoming angry with a driver who has cut you off on the road, compared to the actions of a gay person, simply because of God expecting more from you because of the path you are on with God. Also being an American, I believe that the Constitution has to apply to everyone or it is meaningless. I also agree with Stewart on the point that a person should not have their rights infringed upon to appease another.

    • Susan

      I have noticed that people of all sins want others to approve of their sins and if someone does not approve of the particular sin, they start saying that we hate them. There is a huge intentional blurring of issues here and that is the problem. When Jesus told adulterers to leave he told her to stop sining. That would be by today’s standard considered hate speach.

      • Scott Strong

        I see your point. The PC police have really gotten out of hand. But your example shows my point. Jesus did not shun her from first contact, but rather defended her against other sinners, which we all are. Then commanded her to sin no more. All I’m saying is that if we are more accepting to others of certain types of sin, not the sin itself necessarily, we perhaps we can turn more people to God.

  • Scott Strong

    I never stated that He changed the view of homosexuality as a sin. What he changed was our treatment of one another. He who is without sin cast the first stone. It seems we are very eager to condemn the sin of another, while overlooking our own. By shunning those who commit certain sins we may be contributing to them never finding God. And from my understanding of Jesus’ teachings, our job is to bring others to God.

  • Scott Strong

    Just curious. But how do you define Gays?

  • Castial

    After watching the undercover video I am reminded how despicable and devious the enemy of our Lord truly is.

    • Castial

      Oh and cheers to you Patrick for standing up for the Irish couple.