Video: Swearing kids used in gay marriage hate video

Young children have been exploited and used to rant foul-mouthed abuse in an anti-Christian hate video produced by gay marriage campaigners in America.

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The video features adults and children, some of whom appear to be primary school age, who repeatedly use the f-word to abuse those who believe in traditional marriage.

The video, which attacks the church, includes one young girl with her hair in pigtails shaking her fist at the camera and shouting “I will f*** you up”.

The video was produced by media campaigner Luke Montgomery, who has raised more than $200,000 for groups lobbying for gay marriage.


But the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), a group that champions traditional marriage, says children have been exploited.

NOM President Brian Brown urged people to “pray for the children on this video mouthing the hate- and obscenity-filled scripts adults gave them to say – hatred against their friends, neighbours and fellow citizens who believe that marriage is the union of husband and wife.”

He appealed to the video’s producers: “Stop using small children shouting obscenities to make your case and raise money for your cause. Is that too much to ask!?”


In the UK, homosexual activists are pushing for the law on marriage to be overturned and a new definition imposed on society.

The Christian Institute’s Simon Calvert said: “If a group claiming to support traditional marriage had recruited children to read out foul-mouthed hate scripts, it would be rightly denounced by all sides and YouTube would have faced huge pressure to pull the video.

“But it has been produced by a pro-homosexual group, so different standards seem to apply.”