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June 29, 2005

Gays puppet job lynching of Allstate employee

Posted by Hello Even though the US government recently apologized to Black Americans for its sordid lynching history, a new chapter has begun and you'd be surprised to discover who's holding the rope this time around. Even though gay groups weren't specifically named, a report by the Illnois Department of Employment Security stated that an "outside organization" had complained about the group. Anyone with a microwave at home could figure who the "outside organization" is. In case you don't have a microwave at home, Allstate is one of the largest supporters of homosexuals "rights" and causes. Said David Gibbs III, Barber's lawyer: "Allstate aggressively pushes and promotes the homosexual agenda in the name of tolerance, but the minute someone speaks up with what would be considered the traditional moral-values viewpoint, the tolerance disappears and it results in a termination." Allstate, the "good hands" people, collaborated in the lynching and now have bloody hands after they summarily fired J. Matt Barber simply because he did not line up with Allstate's "values". STORY HERE What values are those you ask? Well, for one, when employees are on their own private time, Allstate doesnt allow them to think or act differently than its established totalitarian dictatorisms. WAIT! I'm sorry, that only applies to employees who are Christian and beleive that homosexuality is a sin. Allstate reminds me of the whites who, through fear of the KKK, complicitly helped to murder thousands of Black citizens, because they did not line up with the perverted "values" of the KKK. We all know what those "values" meant for black people in America. That's what happened when Barber, a manager in Allstate's security division wrote an oped six months ago for a conservative news organization. Barber's column "Intolerance will not be intolerated", followed a traditional view of the rights and wrongs of homosexuaity and its deformed baby same sex marriage. He didn't call for gays to be murdered in the streets like pigs. He didn't profane the holy gay rainbow flag. He didn't even associate himself in the article with Allstate. He wrote as a private citizen. He simply stated what he believed and backed it up with facts. Just so you don't think that Barber is some gaybashing johnny-come-lately, he is professional heavy weight boxer, a non practing attorney and web designer. Allstate touted his connection with them via his pro boxing career as long as Barber kept his views to himself. The article perhaps became a self fulfilling prophecy for Mr. Barber. Behind the scenes anger was boiling and plots were hatching. They couldn't fire him right off the bat. Everyone would know that it was outright retaliation. So they waited. Of course there is a lawsuit pending against Allstate and rightfully so. I hope that Barber sues the (intelligible utterance) out of Allstate. As a consumer of theirs I have already begun searching for another insurance company. If you are Christian agent and want to voice your dissent at the company's decision, you should email or call the President. If you are a policy holder with Allstate and you see the gross injustice going on, you should let them know. Ask them are they planning to lynch all Christians employed by the company who are against homosexuality?
  • Edward M. Liddy, Chairman Allstate Corporation 2775 Sanders Rd Northbrook, IL 60062 Primary Phone: 800-574-3553 Secondary Phone: 847-402-5000 Fax: 847-836-3998 More on this as it unfolds.

    Anonymous said...

    I am African American and gay,
    and find the tactics of the gay white groups to be divisive! I hope that ex gay African Americans, Gay African Americans can work together in fellowhisp! Gay white groups, and black gay groups who get funding from white groups will resist. But I hope we can all live and peace. Thanks for the blog!

    Anonymous said...

    Great Blog,
    Thanks for starting it!

    Jennifer ( Richmond, Virginia)

    DL Foster said...

    thanks, yes I(a black exgay) am willing to work with black gays to end racial discrimination by white gays. Its time to deal with real issues.
    To me, racism is a much more serious issue than homophobia because it rejects an idividual on two fronts. One, even IF you are gay, being black keeps you out of the power circles of white gaydom.