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Alveda King: Idiot. Bigot. Inveterate Moron. August 11, 2010

Posted by Skippy in Gay and Lesbian Issues, Politics, Rants.
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Alveda King, niece of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is a noted anti-gay marriage activist. She’s the darling of a particular group of bigoted morons known as the “National Organization for Marriage.”

She’s also an idiot. At a rally in Atlanta this past weekend, King uttered the following inanities:

“It is statistically proven that the strongest institution that guarantees procreation and continuity of the generations is marriage between one man and one woman,” King said.

“I don’t know about you, but I’m not ready to be extinct, and none of us wants to be. So we don’t want genocide,” she said. “We don’t want to destroy the sacred institution of marriage.”

She went on: “Marriage between one man and one woman remains the guard against human extinction.”

If you can stomach it, here’s the whole 3:29 tsunami of stupidity:

Ok, Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., let’s help you understand why you’re an idiot, m’kay?

1. Procreation doesn’t require marriage.

Fig. 1: Did NOT put a ring on it.

I get it. No, really, I do. These imbeciles usually argue that man-woman marriage is the best structure in which to raise children. ‘Cause with these people, it’s ALL about the children, right? I mean, they believe that children are the future and want them to be taught well so they can lead the way. Because a small minority of people getting the right to marry each other is going to lead to the immediate cessation of impregnation, right? After all, isn’t that what the Gays seek? No more human beings? We’re totally in it for the destruction of humanity, people.

2. If you’re so all fired up about the continuity of the species, do you really think monogamous marriage is the “best” way? I mean…REALLY?
I mean, why not campaign for group marriages? That way, more people can produce more people within the bonds of a very large family. Better yet, why doesn’t she just start hanging out with the Duggars and join the Quiverfull movement?

Fig. 2: Holy crap, these people have a website…

3. Extinction of a species generally takes a long time, barring a catastrophic, Extinction-Level Event.

Fig. 3: Literal depiction of what will happen when gays get married. Literally.

If Alveda King is so all-fired concerned about the extinction of the species, one wonders where she stands on global warming. How is she decreasing her carbon footprint? Where does she stand on increasing funding to NASA so they can detect and prevent asteroid collisions with the Earth?

4. Genocide is generally not the same thing as extinction.
Be precise in your use of language, Alveda King! Let me help you out here:

gen·o·cide   [jen-uh-sahyd]
the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group.

Gay marriage in no way constitutes a “genocide,” Alveda King. Further, it in no way constitutes an “extinction,” to say nothing of the fact that you conflate both of these words. To invoke an oft-used phrase from “The Princess Bride,” you keep using that word; it does not mean what you think it means.

5. Gays getting married is not an Extinction-Level Event.
The fact that someone has to point this out to her is just plain sad and reveals the depth of her idiocy. To characterize gay marriage as something that might bring about the end of humankind is so completely absurd, the holder of such a sentiment should probably be locked away in a padded room.

6. You are an idiot.
In conclusion, Alveda King’s whoring of her family name and her pathetic attempts at “logic” qualify her as an idiot. The utter foolishness of her protestations combined with her apparent failure or unwillingness to consider the bigotry of her arguments makes her an inveterate moron. I’m not at all surprised that she is little more than a colored figurehead that NOM trots out to “reach out” to African Americans in order to spread the bigotry ’round.

Fig. 4: Basically.



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