Pastor Kevin Swanson warned that if Colorado allows civil unions for same-sex couples, gays will end up burning Christians at the stake and children will be handed over to paedophiles.
Speaking on Generations Radio, Swanson warned that as soon as 2022, the state government will snatch kids from homeschooling families and deliver them to members of the a paedophile group he named as the North American Man/Boy Love Association(NAMBLA).
‘What’s happening is they want homosexuals to be able to be involved in adoption and foster care as much anybody else.
‘So picture a nice little homeschool family, just trying to do the right thing. An anonymous tip comes in, social services swoops in, they grab the kids in the year 2022 and the kids get remanded into a home with homosexuals and these particular homosexuals happen to be tied into NAMBLA and other things.
‘You know what’s going to happen. There will be proper indoctrination into a certain kind of worldview, shall we say’.
‘…It’s a tragedy. And I think there are a lot of concerned parents. There are concerned Catholic parents. There are concerned homeschool parents.
‘And especially when you get a Regnerus study [a totally discredited research paper] that comes out and says they’re ten times more likely to be touched sexually by a parent in a homosexual home than, you know, the normal American secular home. Wow. That’s frightening’.
Swanson, however continued with a 'tour' through the allegedly dangerous past of homosexuality – speaking of ‘decadent’ ‘homosexual’ marriages during the reign of the Roman Emperor Nero all the way to the 20th century.
According to Swanson, in the early 20th century there were only ‘three homosexuals in the world’ to today where ‘we have a problem that’s probably about 10,000 times if not 100,000 times worse than it was 100 years ago’.
Swanson warned that we’re coming full circle and soon gay-friendly churches ‘will do their best to burn Christians at the stake or do what Nero did… because that’s sort of the history of homosexuals’.
The Colorado Senate appropriations committee approved the gay civil union act today (31 January), and now moves to the Senate for a vote.
The bill is likely to become law by early May.