Saturday, September 21, 2013

Press Release: Chapman Campaign Director of LGBTQ Outreach

As many of you know, Gandhians are the great moral and intellectual defenders of the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning) community.  Mahatma Gandhi was quietly followed throughout his life by a group of cross-dressing men whom he never rebuked.  A week after Gandhiji's assassination in 1948, the openly gay Bayard Rustin, who was the Quaker-raised Gandhian that made non-violence a priority with Dr. King and organized the March on Washington for the Civil Rights Movement, visited India on a previously planned excursion.  Gandhiji's lieutenants greeted him with open arms, and some are on film discussing that Rustin's homosexuality was "quite natural."

Gandhian Philosophy begins in Leo Tolstoy's book, The Kingdom Of God Is Within You.  In it, and in his book, My Religion, Tolstoy shows a fact that most so-called Christians miss in their church training today, that Jesus Christ "abrogated" (placed aside by his own authority) the Law of Moses.  Moses' Law seeks to stone the woman taken in adultery, while Jesus says to her face, "neither do I condemn thee" (no death penalty from Christ's Law).  Moses would pluck our eyes out and flogs us for a host of matters, but Jesus says, "judge not" in all circumstances.  Note:  From a Christian theological perspective, Jesus "fulfilled" the Law of Moses on the cross.  I like to says that Jesus placed the Law of Moses under glass, like a Texas rattle snake.  You can see what it was, but it non longer has a bite on any of us.  Yes, the Law of Jesus abrogated the Law of Moses, and we are now left to the one Great Law, that you "love one another."  This is the Law Eternal.

With all this in mind, it is my great honor to present Mr. John Miller as the Chapman Campaign Director of LBGTQ Outreach.  He lives here in Texas, and I hope you will all pass over to his Facebook page and give him a big Texas welcome!!!

Gene Chapman,
Tolstoyan-Gandhian Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor
(Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky, Intellectual of the Age)