Chick-Fil-A restaurants made national and international news for refusing to support the sodomite agenda. According to a recent statement, the popular chicken chain has decide to choke off all donations to groups who refuse to bend over for the sodomite agenda.
As Chick-fil-A expands globally and into more liberal parts of the U.S., the chicken chain plans to change which charities it donates to after years of bad press and protests from the LGBT community.
Beginning next year, Chick-fil-A will move away from its current philanthropic structure, Bisnow has learned. After donating to more than 300 charitable organizations this year, the Atlanta-based fast-food chain will instead focus on three initiatives with one accompanying charity each: education, homelessness and hunger.
“There’s no question we know that, as we go into new markets, we need to be clear about who we are,” Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos said in an interview with Bisnow. “There are lots of articles and newscasts about Chick-fil-A, and we thought we needed to be clear about our message.”
The new initiative will no longer include donating to organizations like the Salvation Army, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Paul Anderson Youth Home, Chick-fil-A says, all of which sparked criticism in the past from the LGBT community due to the organizations’ stances on homosexuality.
The move comes after several U.S. airports rejected the company from concessions deals earlier this year.
More recently, the landlord of the first Chick-fil-A in the U.K. announced eight days into its lease the pop-up venue would not be welcome to extend — all because of the company’s perceived anti-LGBT stance.
The company is also months from opening its first location in Boston, where the late Mayor Thomas Menino pledged to ban the company from opening within city limits after Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy voiced his opposition to gay marriage in 2012. (source)
Sodomites today still love to talk about how they are ‘oppressed’ and not given enough social favors, but what else more could one give them? The public has already been completely infected mentally with the support of sodomism, as based on public source data, 75% to 80% of Millennials and Zoomers support sodomite marriage (that number is at 62%-63% for the nation as a whole, and only the almost-dead Silent Generation has support under 50%, standing at 41%). If these numbers are expanded to include the support of sodomite behavior based on the same projected estimates, the numbers reach over 90%.
At the current time, supporting homosexuality is veritably equivalent to being a “good” American.
The only reason why Chick-Fil-A is abandoning their Christian convictions by their actions is because they want to make profit, and in the US, a society that has become a modern-day sodom and is sodomizing the world, has so convinced the people that if one does not support sodomism, or at least refuse to support those causes which oppose sodomite behavior, is not forcing the company to change behavior, but rather, the company is attempting to conform to the interests of their ‘market’ for the future.
There is a strong interest with Christians in supporting “Christian” companies, or those who at least put on something of a Christian appearance. Yet this has been disappearing and is almost gone. There are no more “Christian” companies because the people of the society are not Christian, and even though “Christians” still are a majority, most of this “Christianity” is just a social religion that supports American political hegemony but in a “Christianized” context. It is similar to what the Lutheran Church was for Germany, the Church of England for the UK, and the Russian Orthodox Church for Russia, as being a “Christian” was largely synonymous with acceptance of the government and her political aspirations, notwithstanding people of good will who in them. The Catholic Church has also faced this problem, but the context of the Church is different because the inherently international nature of the Church, being that she is for the salvation of all men, puts people into a position where they either have to accept the teachings, and if they to not, to either lie about their support when they secretly hold the opposite or just to leave her completely.
American Evangelical Christian beliefs are frequently tied to ideas of American nationalism, but this has changed because just as with the Protestant revolution in Europe, if one does not have to be a Christian to be a “good American”, then what does one need to belong to a church for unless it is just a sort of glorified social club that meets every Sunday for music and social interaction following? Likewise, Chick-Fil-A claims to be a good American company as well as a Christian company, but due to this relationship between these two characteristics, she could easily cease being a “Christian” company if she wanted and just do business as an “American” company because she would still be considered to be “good” in the eyes of the society.
As noted earlier, given the opposition to Christian teaching that is growing in the US, it is fast becoming that a Christian is likewise only a “good Christian” when he submits to sodom, and the more one seeks to follow Biblical truths about this sin, the more one finds oneself ostracized or in opposition to mainstream society.
This will not go on forever, and there will be a “day of reckoning”. That said, Christians should not look to any “company” for support, nor should they trust them, but rather to look to the words of Sacred Scripture and the example of Sacred Tradition instead, for as this trend continues, truly being a Christian will not be something that gives social praise but detracts from it, something that does not alleviate hardship but adds to it, and something that used to give to others but now requires sacrifices to maintain. Yet it is in this context that, if there is not an eventual rebirth of Christianity around the world, it might lead to something even more profound.
Whatever happens, it is for Christians not to trust in the things of this world, but in the next world and to hope in them and strive for them with all their being, for just as Christ in his final days walked the long, desolate road to calvary, so will His followers have to do the same, knowing that it leads to the cross and death, and after which there will be a resurrection, new life, and true peace for one’s soul at last.