“These people love to pull your hair, smack you in the face, assault you and your livelihood, and then have the audacity to cry victim.” – Bradlee Dean
(Read same article at You Can Run International)
This week I received some information that my ministry was being petitioned by change.org, which is funded by none other than the international criminal George Soros, in an attempt to prevent my participation at the Minnesota State Fair. We also became aware of the fact that he who is petitioning the ministry is representing himself under a feigned manner and has no affiliation with the Fair. Outside of the fact that I have nothing to hide, the truth and facts, which bear forth my fruit, will expose their lies and those advocating crimes toward our American republic.
Here is the letter of protest:
I was surprised to see a booth at the State Fair representing “You Can Run But You Cannot Hide Intl.” It is a youth ministry based in Annandale that has received criticism from a number of different people, including state representatives Dean, Zellers, Clark, Morrow, and Dibble; Rachel Maddow; the Minnesota Catholic Conference; the Minnesota State College Republican Board; and the SPLC (which has designated it a hate group).
It’s hard to imagine all of those people agreeing on anything.
YCBRBYCHI has been criticized primarily for advocating violence against gays and lesbians and for misrepresenting itself as a non-partisan educational group in order to proselytize in schools.
The group hosts a talk show on the Patriot (Sonsoflibertyradio.com), which was suspended a few years ago (?) after a “six-minute long spiel” mocking African-Americans.
The State Fair hosts many religious and political groups, and people aren’t going to agree with all of them. That’s democracy. However, YCRBYCHI crosses the line by advocating violence and deliberately misrepresenting itself.
The State Fair bills itself as “The Great Minnesota Get-Together,” and I believe Minnesotans will agree that this embarrassing and divisive organization should be excluded from the guest list.
Please, let’s keep “You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International” out of the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Sincerely, [Your name]
Included in the protest letter is a list of recipients, most of whom are public officials advocating for the homosexual agenda.
Lets go to some change.org references of credibility. The letter states, regarding the organizations mentioned, “It’s hard to imagine all of those people agreeing on anything.”
Why is it hard for them to agree on anything when in fact they are all advocating the same agenda? They all stand together in warring against Heaven and the Laws of our Republic.
Dean, Zellers, Clark, Marrow and Dibble all agreed with radical lesbian Rachel Maddow when she reported on my ministry back in August of 2010, when she took a piece from one of my radio shows May 15, 2010, in which I made reference to how the Muslims were – and are, might I add – calling for their executions under Shariah law. The interesting point to be made here, friends, is that the Muslims, who stand by this practice, have yet to be called into question for that which they do advocate.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow took a radio clip from my show and omitted a one-minute piece from the center of the clip and then brought the two pieces together. What was it that she omitted?
Here it is:
And I continually reach out to the homosexual communities on this radio show, and I warn them, which one’s love? Here you have Obama condemning it behind the backs of the homosexual but to their face he’s promoting it. I say that to my gay friends out there, the ones that continually nitpick everything that I say. Hollywood is promoting immorality and the God of Heaven in Jesus Name is warning you to flee from the wrath to come, yet you have Muslims calling for your execution.
At the end of her fabricated and contrived report, Rachel then pulled up a disclaimer from our website that denounced her folly and then repeated our disclaimer in a disingenuous and insincere way.
Then, on May 11, 2013, a week and a half before the prayer that rocked the capital in the state of Minnesota, Rachel Maddow from MSNBC resurrects the same piece, pulled down the disclaimer and then heightens her accusations. On air she accused Michele Bachmann, myself, and others of being “bloodthirsty” and “calling for the upping of the bloodshed of America’s culture war since Christians weren’t doing enough to kill the gays.”
After her report came out from MSNBC, I started to get death threats. The radical homosexuals took a picture of my house and posted it online. Then another group of radicals posted my physical address online. I then started to get emails like:
- Go to hell loser
- Go F*#k yourself
- I hope you get raped some day
- Ever come close to me and I will bash your so called Christian F#*king heads off
¥ Why Bradlee why? Now I m gonna kill you! I thought we were going to cut each other’s hair and then have sex, but you stood me up! I am so upset that I think that I may just have to blow up your ministry instead! Goodbye forever.
The letter of protest says: “However, YCRBYCHI crosses the line by advocating violence and deliberately misrepresenting itself.”
The Mail & Guardian on March 23, 2006, reported the following: Lesbian couple found guilty of boy’s murder. “A 4-year-old boy died after he was brutally assaulted when he refused to call his mother’s lesbian lover ‘Daddy.’”
The New York Times reports, “The parents of the boy, 10-year-old Jeffrey Curley, sued the North American Man/Boy Love Association in Federal District Court, charging that the group’s website and literature had incited the killing and attempted sexual assault of their son three years ago in East Cambridge, Mass.
“The child, who was lured into a car by the promise of a new bicycle, was missing for several days before his body was found in a tub of concrete in a river. Two neighbors, Salvatore Sicari and Charles Jaynes, were convicted of kidnapping and murder and are serving life sentences.
“Lawrence Frisoli, the lawyer for the boy’s parents, said Mr. Jaynes was a member of the group, known as NAMBLA, and just before the murder was emboldened by its website. ‘This lawsuit isn’t about money,’ Mr. Frisoli said yesterday. ‘Jeffrey’s parents are doing this to ensure that it never happens to someone else’s child.”’
John Janczewski, a resident of Rose City, Mich., found that his son was molested by a teacher, Neal Erickson, at Rose City Middle School. The sexual abuse happened on several occasions when Janczewski’s son was in eighth grade.
Teacher Neal Erickson was convicted of statutory rape after a picture surfaced of the boy in a compromising position with the teacher. On July 10, 2013, the judge sentenced Erickson to 15-30 years in prison.
What of Barney Frank? Frank, former representative from Massachusetts, admitted that his Washington, D.C., apartment was used for a gay prostitution ring. Feb. 5, 1999, Frank was brought up in a pedophile ring investigation.
What of homosexual icon Larry Brinkin? The New York Daily reported Brinkin has been arrested on charges of child pornography, according to San Francisco police. Police say Brinkin had exchanged emails that contained pornographic photographs involving children as young as 1 year old being sodomized or performing oral sex on adult men, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The emails also contain graphic sexual and racist commentary, including, “I loved especially the n–-er 2-year-old getting nailed,” as well as a rant about white supremacy.
The disturbing messages were traced to Brinkin’s IP address, and his name and credit card information are registered with the AOL account, identified as [email protected], according to police.
What of Kevin Jennings? Obama’s first “safe school czar” is the founder of GLSEN, that is, Gay, Lesbian, Straight, Education Network. Kevin Jennings wrote a forward to a book called “Queering the elementary education.”
Jennings is a hero and icon of the organization NAMBLA, the North American Man Boy Love Association. NAMBLA’s motto: “Sex before eight before it is too late.”
Friends, this is not about attacking any particular people; this is about a particular people that are under attack. Namely, our posterity! And by the grace of God, I am not moving.