strategy of using homsexuality to undermine
societies and nations, starting with
the western world, has found its way
to the judicial branch of government.
There is a national push, backed by
Obama, to appoint openly homosexual
judges. These judges then legislate
from the bench, bypassing the legislature.
Having the gay anti-life judges in place
makes it easier to penalize Christians,
for the "crimes" of so-called
hate speech, bigotry, refusal to participate
in abortions, homeschooling children,
etc. Unlike in Rome where Christians
were fed to the lions, the persecution
today will be imprisonment, heavy fines,
taking children away from parents, dispossession
of property, being barred from practicing
one's profession (as doctor, pharmacist,
lesbian nominee to Massachusetts Supreme
Judicial Court comes with disturbing baggage
hearing Wednesday at State House
POSTED: April 22, 2011
Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick
has nominated a well-known lesbian judge,
Barbara Lenk, to the Supreme Judicial
Court. Lenk is currently an appellate
court judge. She was appointed to the
Superior Court by Bill Weld in 1993
and elevated to the appellate court
by Weld in 1995. This also appears to
be part of a recent national
push to appoint openly homosexual judges.
Lenk's confirmation hearing before the
Governor's Council will be next Wednesday,
April 27 at the State House.
Boston Globe celebrated with
nomination has been celebrated by the
liberal establishment as well as the
homosexual movement in Massachusetts.
But Lenk's activities -- as a self-identified
lesbian, "married" to another
woman, with two children, who clearly
supports the homosexual movement (as
well as other baggage) -- have frightened
and outraged conservatives.
Support for homosexual-themed anti-Semitic
Lenk's apparent support for a disgusting
homosexual-themed anti-Semitic play
presented in Concord has caused big
concern. The play, "Falsettos,"
is a truly sickening piece of work.
It is a homosexual love story and obscenely
mocks Jewish ethnicity and denigrates
traditional Judaism, presented in a
crude and vulgar manner. The play also
encourages promiscuous homosexual sex.
It is currently the object of a town
resolution condemning the play to be
voted on next week.
Lenk is on the Board of Directors of
Kerem Shalom, a far-left, non-affiliated,
pro-gay "welcoming" Jewish
temple in Concord. On March 29 a letter
was published in the local newspaper
by the president of Kerem Shalom, on
behalf of the temple. In the letter,
Temple Kerem Shalom enthusiastically
and described the Orthodox Jewish group
that opposed the play as out of the
mainstream. As a Board member (and as
a public figure) one must assume Lenk
agrees with that. She has not said anything
to the contrary.
Lenk's extremist decision in 1998 Boston
domestic partnership case was overruled
by Margaret Marshall
In 1998 homosexual activists tried to
push domestic partnership legislation
through the Massachusetts Legislature.
But Gov. Paul Cellucci and Speaker Tom
Finneran blocked it. So they tried a
Aug. 4, 1998, Boston Mayor Menino issued
an executive order to create
legal domestic partnerships for municipal
employees in Boston. On November
10 challenged in court by the Catholic
Action League, headed by C.J. Doyle,
and the American Center for Law and
December 11, 1998, the Superior
Court agreed with the plaintiffs
that the executive order was illegal
and issued an injunction to stop it.
The homosexual lobby appealed it, apparently
having gone "judge shopping"
for the right venue.
December 21, 1998, a single
justice on the Appeals Court -- Barbara
Lenk -- lifted the injunction, ruling
that by not allowing domestic partnerships
it would cause "irreparable harm"
to the couples' ability to get health
case then went to the Supreme
Judicial Court. On July 8,
1999, the court unanimously
overruled Lenk's ruling, and
ruled that the executive order was illegal.
The decision, written by Margaret Marshall,
stated that cities and towns could not
re-define the family for group insurance
purposes -- only the Legislature could
do that. (Obviously, Marshall modified
her views on that afterwards!)
this the kind of "justice"
we want on the Supreme Judicial Court?
Profiled in homosexual magazine as "openly
Lenk has not been shy about her "identity"
as a lesbian. In November, 2008 thehomosexual
magazine Spirit published a profile
of homosexual judgesin
Massachusetts, highlighting in particular
Lenk and two others.
Massachusetts judges (left to right)
Linda Giles, David Mills and Barbara
pose for homosexual magazine.
[Spirit magazine photo.]
article observed the
"openly gay and lesbian judges"
have helped make the court system "a
much friendlier place for LGBT people."
It also quoted the legal director of
GLAAD, a homosexual (and publicly funded)
legal group: "We need out LGBT
judge role models as emblems for our
gay and lesbian judges, just by their
presence on the bench, create a shift
in the culture," says Katherine
Triantafillou, a founder and former
co-chairwoman of the Massachusetts Lesbian
& Gay Bar Association (MLGBA), in
confirmed, Lenk's status as a "married"
lesbian with children will likely be
used in the public schools to reinforce
the normalcy and legality of "gay
Lenk's legal philosophy: Interpretation
of the law "evolves"
Lenk told Spirit magazine that in her
opinion . . .