Thursday, September 30, 2010


In a move that would have made the Rev. Fred Phelps proud, some group called the Islam Defenders Front attacked a gay film festival in Indonesia.  These Defenders were dressed in traditional white Muslim attire and waving posters showing screenshots of the movies featured in the festival.  

It is not known if they had signs that read ,"Allah hates fags."

The festival aimed to celebrate diversity and was meant to allow people to learn to appreciate human beings for who they were.  

Obviously a part of the now international homosexual agenda.

The Islamic Defenders Front has in the past smashed bars, attacked transvestites and went after those it considered blasphemous with bamboo clubs and stones. A recent GBLT conference was forced to close when hardliner rampaged through a hotel where delegates were staying.

Word has it they plan to merge congregations with the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas in a show of solidarity in the struggle for bigotry and hatred everywhere

heterosexual extremist extreminating in Jakarta
Late reports  have it that more than a hundred heterosexual extremists (pictured here)  from the University of Indonesia staged a demonstration of their own Wednesday afternoon demanding those damnable gays and their ilk take their films and try and show them in Red Square...or something.

Where do they find these people and why do they keep finding them.

The following is from The Jakarta Globe.


Jakarta. Indonesia’s embattled gay and lesbian film festival has been forced to cancel another screening, this time at the Kineforum, the Jakarta Arts Council’s cinema, for security reasons a day after members of the Islamic Defenders Front launched demonstrations.

Organizers of two-week Q! Film Festival, which opened on Friday, however, insisted on Wednesday that the event would continue and  called for support.

In a statement on its Web site, organizers say the festival will continue with the support of its sponsors, including the venues that have been targeted by FPI protesters.

“That this festival is part of our bid to the public to raise awareness about human rights, particularly from the perspective of gender and sexuality in the human identity ... If there are parties who are not in line with the idea of this festival, we advise them to express their thoughts through discussion forums or to initiate a forum such as a festival ... that allows the exchange of ideas without fear,” the statement said.

More than 100 University Indonesia students, meanwhile, added their voices to those of the hard-line Islamic Defenders Front (FPI), demonstrating outside the GoetheHaus on Wednesday afternoon to demand the festival be scrapped.

Jakarta Police were at the venue to ensure the safety of attendees, organizers said.

In the interests of safety, festival organizers have also canceled tonight’s scheduled filming of Take Cong Out, a show where men compete to date each other in front of a live studio audience.

The filming has been replaced with a screening of the film Pyuupiru, which has featured at a previous festival.

As of 1:20 p.m. the festival’s official Twitter feed said scheduled events at Erasmus Huis and the French Cultural Center (CCF) on Jalan Salemba Raya in Central Jakarta would go ahead as planned.

One film screening was abandoned on Tuesday.

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