Group Proposes “Final Solution” To Gays In Utah

A group calling itself “The Patriots For A Moral Utah” held a press conference this afternoon calling for a “Fair Solution” to the issue of homosexuals in Utah. Speculation is flying fast as to whether this is an absolute crazy-right wing idea, or political satire. Below is their initial press release, provided by Joe.My.God

Patriots For A Moral Utah are pleased to announce a press conference tomorrow, at which time we will announce a new bill which outlining a solution to the problem of homosexuality in Utah. In the past 5 years it has become increasingly difficult and troublesome for the stead-fast and moral citizens of Utah to live their lives and their faith in peace, while the homosexuals continually force their choices and behaviors on us. This new legislation, titled the “Utah Fair Solution,” will offer a peaceful but effective end to the tribulation in our blessed state. Despite promises from the homosexual activists to be out in force at the press conference, our President Nora Young has scheduled the announcement for 1pm in the Capitol Rotunda (March 8th). Please Join us.

Paul Jackson
Public Relations
Patriots For A Moral Utah

At the press conference, Nora Young announced that their citizen’s initiative will force LGBT citizens to either enter therapy and convert to heterosexuality, or the state will provide amtrak train tickets for them to head off to San Francisco.

Look, I’m torn on the legitimacy of this. So here’s my thought.. if this is real, SCREW you moronic, idiotic, dream-land living bigots. You don’t have a chance in hell.However, if this is political theatre.. AWESOME hahahahahaha. Utah has been rampant with ugly and pointless message bills this session and it’s about time someone stood up and made a farce of it.

I guess time will tell.


6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Gail F. Bartholomew on March 8, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    Reading more I would say this is a great hoax. The title ties Utah’s current dicriminatory laws to the NATZI party. I don’t find it funny. I find it beautiful. It is too close to home to really be funny, but it is beautiful.


    • Posted by ethingtoneric on March 8, 2010 at 5:17 pm

      You know, the freaky thing about this is it’s just crazy enough to be believable. There are groups in Utah (ie America Forever) who actually WANT things like this to happen.


  2. Posted by Adrian on March 8, 2010 at 4:56 pm

    Yes! I want an amtrack train ticket to SF!!


  3. Posted by Justan on March 8, 2010 at 4:58 pm

    I agree with Gail. This would have indeed been the best hoax ever played in Utah. Not funny, no, but very poignant. I can’t imagine why anyone would be freaking out about this either way. It’s sending a blatant message no matter what of how insane many in the legislature and suburbs feel about LGBT people.


  4. Posted by Gail F. Bartholomew on March 8, 2010 at 7:14 pm


    This is like calling those groups out. It was like the elephant in the room. Everyone knows what these groups want, but they are not stupid enough to make there desires public because they would be implicated with groups like the NAZI’s.


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