When the Gay community suffered a devastating disease epidemic and were abused by the medical community, EVERYONE supported them.
They dont care to return the favor. They dont stand with the other AIDS, Lyme victims, and still insist the dialog be All About Them.
The same is true with the Gay community and vaccine damaged babies. You never hear them talk about it, do you?
That is where we stand. The rights of Gays to be Gays [and we dont actually care what ANYONE does in the bedroom, since it is meant to be private; talking about it betrays intimacy (obviously Gays dont know what that means or they would remain in the closet)], are supreme to all who suffer medical conditions or the damage of toxic vaccines and chronic diseases.
But we supported them. We all thought it was crude and rude to blame the victims for the terrible devastation of HIV-AIDS.
From the Pope:
“Jesus’ three questions to Peter about love are followed by three commands: feed my lambs, feed my sheep. Let us never forget that authentic power is service, and that the Pope too, when exercising power, must enter ever more fully into that service which has its radiant culmination on the Cross. He must be inspired by the lowly, concrete and faithful service which marked Saint Joseph and, like him, he must open his arms to protect all of God’s people and embrace with tender affection the whole of humanity, especially the poorest, the weakest, the least important, those whom Matthew lists in the final judgment on love: the hungry, the thirsty, the stranger, the naked, the sick and those in prison (cf. Mt 25:31-46). Only those who serve with love are able to protect! (3/19/13)
“You tell us that to love God and neighbor is not something abstract, but profoundly concrete: it means seeing in every person the face of the Lord to be served, to serve him concretely. And you are, dear brothers and sisters, the face of Jesus. (5/21/13) For us Christians, love of neighbor springs from love of God; and it is its most limpid expression. Here one tries to love one’s neighbor, but also to allow oneself to be loved by one’s neighbor. These two attitudes go together, one cannot be exercised without the other. Printed on the letterhead of the Missionaries of Charity are these words of Jesus: “as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me” (Mt 25:40).
“Loving God in our brethren and loving our brethren in God. (5/21/13) “God is love”. His is not a sentimental, emotional kind of love but the love of the Father who is the origin of all life, the love of the Son who dies on the Cross and is raised, the love of the Spirit who renews human beings and the world. Thinking that God is love does us so much good, because it teaches us to love, to give ourselves to others as Jesus gave himself to us and walks with us. Jesus walks beside us on the road through life. (5/26/13) A God who draws near out of love walks with His people, and this walk comes to an unimaginable point. We could never have imagined that the same Lord would become one of us and walk with us, be present with us, present in His Church, present in the Eucharist, present in His Word, present in the poor, He is present, walking with us. And this is closeness: the shepherd close to his flock, close to his sheep, whom he knows, one by one. (6/7/13, Sacred Heart)”
We serve the truth, but we are not served, not even by our own kind.