Mormon Hate Group Attacks Prop 8 Film

America Forever strikes again! The self-stylized righteous warriors of the group America Forever ( led by the ever loony Sandra Rodrigues) sent out thousands of faxes to Utah condemning the upcoming film “8: The Mormon Proposition.”

The flyer attacks not only Sundance in general, but most directly the film’s creator and director, Reed Cowan. Among the many lies is the claim that he wore a BYU shirt to the now-infamous “pig-sex” interview with Senator Chris Buttars in order to put Buttars at ease. But, in the photo below taken during the interview, it’s obvious that is not the case. The flyer also claims that without knowing it, Reed was victimized by the “homosexual movement” and is now a puppet moving at the whims of others.

America Forever has become the laughing stock of Utah, and even the ultra-conservative LDS (Mormon) Church has tried to separate from them. America Forever used to protest at almost every gay event with their “Shame On You” signs, but not lately. Insiders reported that Sandra Rodrigues’ Bishop (pastor in the Mormon Church) pulled her aside and asked her to stop protesting because she was “embarrassing the church.” Either way… these nutjobs make Gayle Ruzicka look good!

Reed’s film opens this weekend at the Sundance Film Festival, amidst international excitement that the truth of the ’cause and effect of the Mormon Church’s involvement in Proposition 8 is being revealed. See the trailer here.

Reed Cowan and Senator Chris Buttars during the infamous "pig-sex" interview. Note: Reed is NOT wearing a BYU shirt.

Flyer Sent Out By America Forever

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Sheri on January 22, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    I continue to ask, whose voice is it really that these people are listening to in their heads? “…If there be anything virtuous lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy, we seek after these things.” One of the Mormon Articles of Faith (can’t remember which one.) These kind of hateful slander filled lies, certainly falls outside those guidelines.

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  2. Posted by Brigham Wayman on January 23, 2010 at 9:08 am

    This hate group continues to spread their lies and I continue to ask myself why these people hate us and they don’t even know us?! I’m not a religious person but if one does believe in Jesus didn’t he teach to love all? And he never mentioned anything about Homosexuals…

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  3. Posted by glenn on January 29, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    just as some homosexuals act irreverantly and mock a religious institution, mocking sacred buildings, and acting like pigs giving the homosexual activists in general a bad name….there are a few mormons out there that do not represent the majority of us. we do not agree with homosexual behavior, don’t want to normalize their lfiestyle…..we don’t hate them. we don’t judge them. etc. don’t let a few nut jobs give such a charitable institution as the lds church a bad rap.

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    • Posted by ethingtoneric on January 29, 2010 at 11:20 pm

      Glenn;
      Thank you for your comments! I must disagree with a few of your points however. Your church teaches that homosexuality is a sin. That’s fine, while I strongly disagree with their teachings it is absolutely their right as a religion to teach it. But you must remember that you are not fighting against a sexual act that you don’t agree with. You are fighting against actual people, who are living as best they see fit. I don’t agree with your lifestyle (meaning your religion), and for that matter, neither does most of the country. However it is your right to live that way because you find it to be the way that makes you most happy. I hope you come to understand that just because something is different than you, that doesn’t mean you should fight against it. These are wonderful and beautiful families that are being torn apart because of your lack of understanding.
      Remember, Christ said to treat others as you want to be treated. You don’t like people who are homosexual, fine. You think it is wrong or sinful, you have the right to believe that. But that doesn’t mean you should attempt to lawfully make it go away. Forcing others to live according to what you believe is right was Satan’s plan according to Primary lessons. Live and let live my friend.

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