From ordinary libraries to Facebook, censorship is at work everywhere. What is designated acceptable free speech? Anything anti-Christian. Just as there are “free speech zones” on college campuses, the right to speak freely is being trampled on. One would think that there is no way on earth our freedom of speech could be lost, but it can and it will. The very same thing happened in Germany right after the Nazi dictatorship seized power, via The Nazi Propaganda Ministry. And we said it couldn’t happen again?
Where’s the justice, the outcry? A man can be fired for making a broad statement out the atrocities of Islam on Facebook, and a couple is forced to shut down their bakery due to their refusal to bake a cake for a same sex wedding. Free speech is being lost due to outrageous political correctness and also due to an out of control government dedicated to shutting down any speech that it doesn’t approve of. But it goes much deeper than this.
What is happening is Christian free speech is being shut down, or anything resembling it. Books are being banned, but not the kind of books one would assume. With Sunday, September 22 marking the beginning of National Banned Books Week, knowing what is subject to censorship is of utmost importance. It begins and ends with the any book that is against homosexuals.
Librarians are being accused of banning books by “ex-gays” altogether.
“Every week is ‘Banned Books Week’ for the ex-gay community.Books about leaving homosexuality are routinely censored in high schools and community libraries across the United States, while gay-affirming books are readily available for any young person questioning their sexuality,” said Regina Griggs, executive director of Parents and Friends of Gays and Ex-Gays.
Why? Because the homosexual agenda demands that the word “ex-gay” be stripped from dialogue. To claim that one can be freed from the bondage of this sin destroys the message of being “born this way.” It proves it’s a choice. And the American Library Association is entrenched in the movement.