Brazilian Homosexual Singer Calls Jesus “Gay,” “Transvestite” and “Transsexual,” Gets Backlash and Receives U.N. Solidarity
By Julio Severo
“I’m here today to tell you that Jesus is a transvestite, yes, Jesus is transsexual, yes, Jesus is gay, yes, f*ck! You can boo at will. Insert your boo in your a**,” said a homosexual singer during his show in Brazil last July.
United Nations: “In solidarity with Johnny Hooker against attacks of hatred and discrimination.”
There was immediate backlash, not from human right groups and the government. The backlash came from the Brazilian population, especially from Catholic and evangelical groups.
The offensive comment against Jesus was made by Johnny Hooker, a Brazilian homosexual singer who was appointed as “champion” in the Free and Equal campaign by the United Nations office in Brazil on May 17, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
According to UN in Brazil, the invitation was made to the Brazilian homosexual because “like Johnny, UN Brazil believes that the visibility of LGBTI people in the most varied spaces of society is fundamental to change minds and touch people’s lives.”
So it seems that the fight against alleged homophobia equals to launching offensive assaults on Jesus Christ and his followers.
At least, this is the practical conclusion by the answer of the United Nations, which did not fire Hooker from its campaign, but it issued a Twitter note saying: “In solidarity with Johnny Hooker against attacks of hatred and discrimination.”
The UN solidarity tweet also contained the link for an interview of Hooker with the UN. In the Interview, titled “‘A gente vai resistir’, diz novo campeão da igualdade da ONU” (‘We will resist’ says new UN equality champion) the UN asked him several questions about his homosexuality, including “What message would you like to pass on to people now that you are a champion of equality of Free and Equals?”
Hooker answered, “It is a great responsibility and a great joy to be one of the champions of equality of the United Nations Brazil. I am very honored.”
If using a UN capacity and post to abuse and offend Jesus is to be a “champion,” could Hooker also try to be a champion against Muhammad in Saudi Arabia?
Yet, what expect from an activist who uses as his surname “Hooker”?
I answered the nonsensical UN tweet: “This singer committed SERIOUS OFFENSES to Christians of Brazil. If you think this is nothing, please send him to Saudi Arabia so that he may do to Muhammad the same thing he did to Jesus.”
If this homosexual singer were courageous, he would go to Saudi Arabia and say, “I’m here today to tell you that Muhammad was a transvestite, yes, Muhammad was a transsexual, yes, Muhammad was gay, yes, f*ck! You can boo at will. Insert your boo in your a**.”
After the typical Saudi backlash, I would like to see the United Nations saying, “In solidarity with Johnny Hooker against attacks of hatred and discrimination.”
I am very sure that the Saudis would know how “to reward” the homosexual singer for his insults against Muhammad! And the UN would eventually say, “In memoriam of Johnny Hooker, killed by Islamic hatred and discrimination in Saudi Arabia.”
The Free and Equal campaign by the United Nations is a total hypocrisy. The United Nations wants actually homosexual activists free to offend Christians and their values, granting them full protection from being punished for their offensive acts and words.
Last year three Brazilian neighbors were ordered to pay US$1,500 each for calling a homosexual “f*g.” Because I just reported this case, Facebook blocked my account for 30 days.
Brazilian homosexuals call one another “f*g.” But obviously only they are entitled to insult.
So if an individual can be fined US$1,500 for uttering a single insult against a homosexual, why cannot a homosexual be fined for uttering several insults against Jesus and Christians? Why should Hooker be spared a US$1,500 fine for each of his insults (Jesus is a transvestite, Jesus is a transsexual, Jesus is a gay)?
Why is not his Facebook account blocked for 30 days?
The United Nations does not want equality for homosexuals like Hooker. It wants them free to insult Christians and if you mention that in Saudi Arabia such offensive behavior is punished by capital punishment, there is the babble-talk of “Islamophobia.” Christians are not allowed to react to homosexual insults and they are not allowed to say that Muslims kill homosexuals.
While Christians just protest homosexual insults against them, Muslims kill homosexuals even when they do not insult anyone. But the Free and Equal campaign is not after Muslims who kill homosexuals. It is after Christians who do not kill homosexuals.
“Free and Equal” is nothing more than sheer U.N. fake propaganda. It should be called “Free to Insult Christians.” This UN campaign just does not criticize progressive Christians, as Desmond Tutu, a member of “Free and Equal” who said that he would rather go to hell than go to a homophobic Heaven.
Brazil has been a special ally of the United Nations and other international propagandists of the homosexual agenda. In 2015 the U.S. Department of State Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, Randy Berry, visited Brazil to engage the Brazilian government in the fight against international “homophobia.” The U.S. government post of Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, the only government post in the world history for international homosexual propaganda, was created by Obama and not abolished by Trump.
Interestingly, Berry and the U.N. “Free and Equal” Campaign never visited Saudi Arabia, a close U.S. ally, to engage the Saudi Islamic dictatorship in the fight against international “homophobia.”