UPS donates to pro-homosexual groups

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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United Parcel Service has implemented a system of financial support for homosexual activist groups.

United Parcel ServiceThe UPS Foundation implemented its "diversity" program in donations, which critics say really means placing homosexuality on a par with heterosexuality. Tom Strohbar of the Corporate Morality Action Center tells OneNewsNow that it also meant halting longtime financial support to the Boy Scouts.

"[This is] because the Boy Scouts prefer to exclude gay scout masters who might have a sexual interest in their boys, something that has affected the Boy Scouts tremendously," Strohbar explains.

"They've faced millions and millions of dollars in lawsuits because of past actions of gay scout masters."


But Strohbar has tracked over $400,000 in UPS donations to homosexual organizations, including the Human Rights Campaign, the largest homosexual activist organization in the U.S.

"[Human Rights Campaign] constantly says if you're for marriage between a man and a woman, you are therefore a hater and a bigot," he points out.

In addition, he says the Foundation's donations to such organizations affect all their employees and shareholders.

"The idea of taking corporate funds - which are the fruit of all the employees' labor and belong to all of the shareholders - and financing a group that regularly insults all of the people above, everybody who believes in traditional marriage, is really an outrageous kind of thing."

But Strohbar points out companies and individuals can fight back -- in this case, by finding other shippers for their packages.

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