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The Home Depot promotes the homosexual agenda  

For several years, The Home Depot has given its financial and corporate support to open displays of homosexual activism on main streets in America's towns.

Rather than remain neutral in the culture war, The Home Depot has chosen to sponsor and participate in numerous gay pride parades and festivals. Most grievous is The Home Depot's deliberately exposing small children to lascivious displays of sexual conduct by homosexuals and cross-dressers, which are a common occurrence at these events.

Judge for yourself by reviewing the photos below, taken during recent homosexual events sponsored by The Home Depot. Should The Home Depot be helping advance the homosexual agenda?

The goal of every homosexual organization supported by The Home Depot is to get homosexual marriage legalized. The information below provides just a glimpse of how broad The Home Depot's support for the homosexual movement is. 

Take Action!  

  1. Sign the Boycott Pledge.
  2. Call your local store manager. Let the manager know that you will not be shopping at The Home Depot until the company stops supporting the homosexual agenda. You can find his number here (Click "Store Finder").
  3. Print the AFA Pass Along Sheet for friends and neighbors.
  4. Print the paper petitionand distribute it at Sunday School and church.
  5. NEW! Promote the boycott on your website! Scroll down for download instructions. It's easy! 

Extremely important! Regularly post this to your Facebook page and encourage others to join the boycott!

Reply to Alex Gonzales: I don't know what Bible you're reading, but in mine Dinah was defiled, but she was not stoned or killed in any way. Yet, her brothers killed her defiler. Read Gen. 34 in the KJV.

I had a homosexual friend when I lived in NYC, but what the Home Depot is doing is adhering to is the Illuminati's agenda, and that is why in my capacity as publisher, I support the boycott of Home Depot. Homosexuals are born with one chromosome missing, but that doesn't give them the right to have sexual intercourse with another man. One of my female supporters was raped while she was serving in the Gulf War, so she became a Lesbian for a time. I was happy to learn, however, that because she is a Christian, she decided to end that lifestyle and be straight again. So it may be that women choose to become a Lesbian while men don't have a choice, because my female friend chose that lifestyle, but my male friend didn't. I know another female, however, who seems to have been born Lesbian. She is my daughter's friend from high school who came out shortly after she graduated from high school. Personally, I feel for homosexuals because they are ostracized by the normal community, but that doesn't give Home Depot the right to promote this lifestyle.

Subway tells home schoolers: We will not allow you to participate in our contest.
Subway discriminates against home schoolers.
May 27, 2008
Dear Trisha,
Subway, the sandwich restaurant, wants to hear your child's story - unless he or she is home schooled. The national chain's "Every Sandwich Tells a Story Contest" offers prizes and a chance to be published on the Subway Web site and in Scholastic's "Parent & Child" magazine but specifically excludes home schoolers. Subway's website states:

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Contest is open only to legal residents of the Untied (sic) States who are currently over the age of 18 and have children who attend elementary, private or parochial schools that serve grades PreK-6. No home schools will be accepted.

Subway will probably say they excluded home schools because of the main prize ($5,000 worth of athletic equipment to the winning child's school). But Subway could have given it to a local park, church or school of the winning home schooler's choice.
Subway's Web site promotion not only misspells "Untied (sic) States," but offers the grand prize winner a "Scholastic Gift Bastket (sic) for your home."

Take Action!

1. Send an e-mail to Subway President Frederick A. DeLuca. Tell him you will not eat with them anymore until and unless they allow home schoolers to participate.
2. Contact your local Subway store and give the manager the same message.
3. Please forward this to your friends and family, especially home schoolers.

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Permanent International Boycott of Thailand
Until restitution is made with the Akha people
Effective June 29, 2005

Yesterday we finally got the Thai Mission to the UN to speak about the Akha case. They condemned the case as untrue. The statement is on the website http://www.akha.org

We have offered our rebuttal, thanking the Thai Delegation but informing them that the human rights case filings stand and bear out the facts, posted on our website under UN 1503 filings.

We are now instituting an International Boycott of Thailand, all goods and services and visits to the country.

We are joined in this boycott by our friends from Europe and Latin America. Please join and publicize this boycott and post it to your web sites.

Please inform us of any actions you are able to take.

Next we will be going to Geneva to follow up on cases at the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

We will also be sending letters in protest of the Thai government's policies to Country Missions to the UN in both New York and Geneva.

In Solidarity with the Akha people,

Matthew McDaniel

There is now a Permanent International Boycott of Thailand for Gross Human Rights Violations against the Akha people.

The boycott, done in conjunction with Latin America and Europe plus other Asian countries, calls for the international community to Boycott Thailand: DON'T BUY THAI! - DON'T FLY THAI!, don't patronize Thai restaurants, don't use Thai services, don't hire Thai employees, don't travel to Thailand and for a call on all activist organizations to present letters of complaint to their local, regional, and national goverment bodies condemning the Thai Government's policies against the Akha people.

For more information on how you can join the boycott contact akha@akha.org

The Akha Heritage Foundation.
http://www.akha.org Akha Heritage Site.
Discussion http://groups.yahoo.com/group/akha
Donate Via Credit Card Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=akha%40akha.org

Palestinians Call for Boycott of Israeli Academia

Victor Kattan, The Electronic Intifada, 15 December 2004 The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel has called upon their colleagues in the international community to "comprehensively and consistently boycott all Israeli academic and cultural institutions" as exemplified in the struggle to abolish apartheid in South Africa through diverse forms of boycott. The call was made at an international conference on "Resisting Israeli Apartheid Strategies and Principles" at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London on Sunday 5 December.

The campaign urges the international community to refrain from participating in any form of academic and cultural cooperation, collaboration or joint projects with Israeli institutions; to suspend all forms of funding and subsidies to these institutions; to promote divestment from Israel by academic institutions; and to condemn Israeli policies by pressing for resolutions to be adopted by academic, professional and cultural associations and organizations - as a contribution to the struggle to end Israel's occupation, colonization, and system of apartheid.

Giving the welcoming remarks at the conference, the author, journalist, and playwright Victoria Brittain said "many of you may not know how very, very sharp was the struggle for South Africa's freedom. Ten years after majority rule it is easy to forget that just a very few years before that we in the anti-apartheid movement were deeply absorbed in battles over perception, over media bias, over western government indifference and downright lying, which mirror exactly what the solidarity movement is doing for Palestine today."

Tom Paulin, Fellow in English at Hertford College, Oxford University, said in the keynote address that "a struggle against embedded prejudices and institutions which aim to equate people into tribes and enforce apartheid is an imaginative struggle, a struggle which does not demand that a work of art should be constrained to, and interpreted by, a single ideological struggle." He mentioned the work of the late Edward Said who in his book "The End of the Peace Process" wrote that only the force of unyielding principle, held on to from a position of moral strength, was capable of delegitimising apartheid all over the world.

Ilan Pappe, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at Israel's Haifa University, told the conference that the boycott should be comprehensive for it to work, even though he would be adversely affected. "The academics in Israel are closely and almost integrally associated with the army, the political system, and the industry. Rather than being a critical agency vis-a-vis these pillars of the society it has become one of them - culpable as they are in sustaining the occupation mainly by providing moral and 'scientific' explanations for the oppression in the occupied territories."

Lawrence Davidson, Professor of Middle East History at West Chester University, described himself as "a nice Jewish boy fallen from the faith." He told the conference about a number of divestment initiatives in the US, including a scheme by the Presbyterian Church to selectively divest stocks from its $8 billion investment portfolio in corporations who profit from supporting Israel's unlawful occupation of Palestinian territory. "Charges of anti-Semitism come fast and furious, but there is an important difference between being anti-Semitic and being anti-Zionist," Davidson added. Ur Shlonsky, adjoint Professor of Linguistics at Geneva University said in recent years "the construction of anti-Semitism has been extended to cover criticism of the policies of the State of Israel towards the Palestinians and over hostility towards Zionism." He said "the self-proclaimed leadership of the Jewish communities in Europe and elsewhere has made it its task to convey and to sustain a Jewish identity which is centred on solidarity with Israel and to simultaneously denigrate and marginalise all other forms of Jewish identity."

There was a strong presence of British Jews at the conference, as well as Jewish academics from universities in Australia, Israel, and Switzerland. Few Arabs were present, but two Palestinians, Lisa Taraki and Omar Barghouti, travelled from Israel and the West Bank to support their call for an academic boycott of Israel and to draw attention to the British Committee for Universities for Palestine (BRICUP). They called on the academic community to support Palestinian academic and cultural institutions directly without requiring them to partner with Israeli counterparts.

The British media picked up on accusations by "Jewish" groups that the SOAS Palestine Society was inciting hatred because it called the conference "Resisting Israeli Apartheid: Strategies and Principles." In the Guardian, Polly Curtis reported that Danny Stone, of the Union of Jewish Students organised a counter-meeting at SOAS. One of the aims of the World Union of Jewish Students, of which the UJS is a constituent member, is to "promote Zionism, strengthen the ties of Jewish students worldwide with the State of Israel as the central creative factor in Jewish life, and to pursue this through the encouragement of Aliya, strengthening the State of Israel and increasing the ties between the Jewish communities in Israel and the Diaspora."

The Jewish students picketing the conference were very amicable however. Despite all the fuss, some of them even attended the conference - though they may have disagreed with the politics. Interestingly, the mainstream British media failed to point out that there was a talk by Moty Cristal and David Cesarani on the Geneva Accords also at SOAS University on the same day as the conference. Under these circumstances the accusation that SOAS is "institutionally biased" seems plainly false. As Colin Bundy the Director of SOAS pointed out: "We probably do more on the Middle East than any other university."

Victor Kattan is a Director of Arab Media Watch. You can reach him at victor@arabmediawatch.com. BRICUP's website is found at at http://www.bricup.org.uk. The web site for the International Campaign to Defend Palestinians' Right to Education at Birzeit University is http://www.right2edu.birzeit.edu.


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