The Houston GayStopo


The Houston Mayor is more concerned with adhering to political correctness than adhering to the Constitution. Hear Zo discuss how Christianity is under attack in this ZoNation!

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  • Jake Midkiff

    Once again, thank you, Zo !

  • John Miller

    Keep going man. Nice!

  • Scotty Pottie

    Thank you for this, Zo! I’m a native Houstonian, and this lesbian hosebeast is a blight on our fair city.

  • Brad Alan Pearson

    I agree with your message, but totally disagree with how you did it this time. The mayor of Houston, while violating The Constitution, isn’t rounding people and shipping them off to concentration camps to be slave labor, experiment subjects, torture victims, and murdered. I’m a big fan of your messages Zo, but I think you did it wrong this time. I understand you want to convey the importance of how much she is going over the line, but it was, IMO of course, way too much to put murderers and their symbols into this message.

    • Bryan Lyman

      Huh!?! The Nazis slowly tricked everybody until there was no one left to fight back, then they started the murders…seems like Alfonzo made a pretty good comparison to me. There is another word for “social equality”, that is the very definition of the word “communism”. The LGBT doesn’t want equality, they want to be treated special, and have higher consideration by guilting and shaming people into line; sounds a lot like what the Nazis did. The Nazis just took “socialism” to the next level into “facism”, but they started from the ground floor by passing free health care and non-discrimination laws; I fail to see the difference in this case.

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      האם אתה יהודי? האם הלהט”ב מנסה להרוס המורשת, הדת, ואת דרך החיים שלך?

    • Bryan Lyman

      אני לא יהודי , אבל אני נוצריואני מעריץ אתהאמונה היהודית . כן ,להט”ב מאיים שניהם.

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      Google translate? They don’t threaten me. I’m sorry if you feel that way, but I don’t. What they do is their business. What this lady is doing is wrong, immoral (IMO and according to my morals), and highly unconstitutional, which I find threatening, but her lifestyle isn’t threatening to me or my spiritual beliefs. But they’re not dragging people into the street to have them murdered which is what the nazis (I refuse to capitalize the word to give it more importance) did. I made my opinion clear. It’s just that, my opinion. How Mr. Rachael decides to produce his videos is, of course, his business, but I exercised my 1A right and expressed an opinion. Some people in LGBT community are extremists. Not all of them. The Japanese have a saying: “The nail that sticks up gets hit.” in English we say: “The squeaky wheel gets the grease” we only hear about the extremists, because the extremists are the only ones that are squeaking or sticking up. That’s my experience, you may have a different experience of course. I don’t live in America any longer, so they may have gotten to the point where they’re dragging people that don’t agree with them onto trains. I just haven’t seen or heard it. Back to the point, I agree with the message in the video, I don’t agree with comparing them with murderers and the instigators of genocide.

    • Bryan Lyman

      Yes, Google translate, I am not Jewish. You are right when you say someone who is gay is no threat. But the LGBT (the organization) has declared themselves “militant”. Masha Gessen (a well known leader in the LGBT movement) said outright, “…Fighting for gay marriage generally involves lying about what we’re going to do with marriage when we get there, because we lie that the institution of marriage is not going to change, and that is a lie. The institution of marriage is going to change, and it should change, and again, I don’t think it should exist.” So because she is fighting to get something just to throw it away once they get it is deceptive (she says so herself) and is reminiscent of propaganda all tyrannical groups use to impose their will upon others. There is no “accept us and we will accept you” there is only “accept us or we will MAKE you accept us.”

      You are right, that not everybody in the LGBT is militant and tyrannical; but not every Muslim is a terrorist either, that doesn’t mean that HAMAS is not a threat. The “squeaky wheels” in this case are using a wish to be accepted to bully and punish those who they view as not accepting them. It is just as true that not all Christians are hateful of the gay community. There are some, but lets face it, they are not real Christians because Jesus said to love everybody, he didn’t say love them unless you consider them sinners. So I condemn any hate speech or violent action against the gay community, I just wish the LGBT felt the same way vice-verse.

      You will get absolutely no apology from me when you use Nazi tactics, and then claim, “oh, after we get what we want we will stop acting like Nazis.” Sorry, it doesn’t work that way. History has proved it.

    • Silent Political Yeoman

      Just like these Templars all adhere to the infamous words of Josef Goebbels: “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.”

      Next thing that happened was that guns were registered and subsequently confiscated, all rights to non-supporters of the National Socialist Party were suppressed (remember it wasn’t just Jews hauled off to concentration camps; there were also gays, Gypsys, and other types of people, too), and Germany fell under control of an iron fist of the Waffen SS and Geheimen Staatspolizei. All opposition to them was silenced and eradicated. If they had their way, it’s very likely that Templars and the homos under their banner would love to do the same thing.

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      I’m sorry, but I’ve no idea what you mean. Who are you calling Templar and what are they doing? I understand full well about the history, I’m just not clear about the “Templar and the homos” part.

    • Silent Political Yeoman

      If you look up the symbol I use for my Disqus avatar, it’s the symbol of the Assassin Brotherhood (courtesy of developer studio Ubisoft Montreal) from the mega-hit video game series “Assassin’s Creed.” To basically describe the two major factions, the Templars (the very same Order of the Knights Templar) are constantly trying to mold the world to their ideals and viewpoints, which is virtually the exact same thing modern Liberals are trying to do, while the Assassins stop them and let the course of history flow naturally, unhindered, and of its own free will (which aligns with the ideals of modern Conservatives). It’s a war that had been constantly been fought behind the scenes for millennia.

      Essentially, modern Liberals are “Templars” and Conservatives are “Assassins.” I refer to both of them as such in the contemporary political world (ideal-wise, of course).

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      great history lesson, THX

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      Google translate is awesome, but it’s computer so it makes contextual mistakes. But any road, I understand where you’re coming from entirely. I think that that the lady (I’m guessing since I have no idea what manner of name Masha is) being compared to hamas (once again no capital letters since they’re not that important to me) is accurate. They expect us to act within our morals, and we do. Because morals. Then they turn around and attack us. I lived in California when the first bans were upheld back in the 2006 I think, and there were priests and churches that had their property damaged and their persons threatened and so on, just because the majority of voters decided to not allow them to get married to whomever they chose. Even though some of those priests and churches would have been perfectly ok with allowing them to get married. So I understand. Whether they are allowed to get married or not will in no way affect my marriage at all. So, I don’t care if they are allowed to get married. I don’t have a “traditional” marriage. I was married in Shinto shrine to Japanese lady. But it comes back to one simple fact: You can’t argue with extremists. The lady in Houston that is trying to sensor sermons is breaking the law. I’m not a lawyer so that’s just my opinion of course. Even though I have little in common with those priests, spiritually speaking, I don’t agree with the government telling them what they can say to people that want to hear them speak. Zo makes a great point when he says that they wouldn’t dare try that in a Mosque. But it’s OK to persecute Christians. I just don’t think that they’re at the dragging people to concentration camps stage yet. I don’t consider myself Jewish anymore, I’ve grown past that in my spiritual path. The closest thing that I could say I am as far as labels goes is a universalists. I’m also neither republican nor am I a democrat. I’m a moderate with conservative leanings. Especially about RvW and 2A. I’m a HUGE fan of the Bill of Rights and I swore four oaths to protect and defend The Constitution. But, as I’ve said, I don’t disagree with the message, I disagreed with how it was delivered. I also oppose extremism, but I’ll not lower myself to act in such a base way as to not at least acknowledge other people’s opinions. I have zero respect for people that can’t be bothered to at least listen to other people’s opinion and there are people like that on both sides of this topic. But I don’t think there are “militant” religious groups attacking people and subpoenaing the LGBT’s meeting minutes. There may be those people, but I’ve not heard of them. But I have heard about people in the LGBT community doing that very thing.

    • emaleroland

      איך אתה יודע שאתה יהודי? רק אחד שבט דרומי של ישראל היה יהודי.

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      I know I’m Jewish because of my beliefs. I have no idea what tribe my ancestors were from other than to know that I’m not Kohen.

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      An American jew, huh. Have you ever read what GOD thinks of faggots? I guess not. Love and support the people of Israel. BUT I hate American jews. Most all are LEFT-WING trash

    • emaleroland

      Why would you post something in Hebrew, so you could call someone out on using Google translate? Who cares? They’re not as much of a problem as people like you are. Perhaps you should change your name to Neville Chamberlain? We know how successful his views were.

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      My point is proven with even more ad hominem.

    • Imtoooldforthis

      Your point is senseless. Tyranny is tyranny is tyranny. When one group infringes on another’s rights for whatever slight they may feel they are denying that person freedom of religion, thought and speech. You say Alfonzo went to to far but never answered the question when asked how far is far enough? Answer the question. History has shown us what happens when people like you say it’s not big deal. So, again, how far is too far and when do YOU stand up and say enough?

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      WELL-PUT, THX MUCH

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      Are you that Ignorant of history

    • TRUTH, Bryan! Do you remember this:

      “First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.

      Then they came for the Communists and I did not speak out because I was not a Communist.

      Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist.

      Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak out for me.”

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      WELL-frigin’-SAID

    • 1Emmit

      Do you NOT believe that IF it were within the power of the Gaystopo to “silence” all opposition to their evil that the Gaystopo would not hesitate for a moment to utilize any and all means necessary to achieve, once and for all, lasting and permanent, a solution to their opposition?

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      I don’t think that they would resort to murdering people by the millions that don’t agree with what they are doing. But you’re free to believe whatever you want.

    • thomas

      Mr. Pearson, Up to what point (before murder) would be acceptable to you? Zo has stated it very clearly; in forcing others to do what you want, whether it is performing marriages or baking cakes, you are infringing on their rights and pursuit of happiness or property.

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      Where did you get the impression that I was OK with forcing anything on anyone?

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      very well PUT

    • emaleroland

      I agree with you on your first 3 words but perhaps you should?!

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      Here’s a winner right here folks!!!!! Added zero productivity to the discussion, while trying to demean people he doesn’t even know for no other reason other than he doesn’t agree with what was written!!!!! Yayyyy emaleroland guy, I’m sure you’ve something else profound to say, but it won’t carry any possible credibility.

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      very well done. Zingo…..:o) :o)

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      this brad guy needs his ‘bleeding-heart’ looked at, or maybe he is a closet GayStopo

    • Brad Alan Pearson

      I’ve stated my opinion, I’ve explained why this is my point of view and what my disagreement was. I stated quite clearly that this is only my opinion. I managed to do all of that without attacking, demeaning, or ridiculing anyone. That was met attacks, demeaning, and attempts at ridiculing. This is not the place for me. I am disappointed.

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      You might want to get that ‘Bleeding Heart’ looked at.

    • Joel Matt Juett

      Hey Brad, the Nazi’s did not start with rounding people up and shipping them off to concentration camps, they started by taking peoples rights away, just like the mayor of Houston. Wake up!

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      very well PUT……THX

  • Bill Will

    Fist Amendment is the most important with out it there are no others!

    • PATRIOT.WW48

      while the 1st is up there near the top it’s the 2nd without it there is no others.

  • Zoomie72

    The Second Amendment because it ensures all the others.

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