The so-called National Organization for Marriage (NOM) reacted to recent democratic repudiation of its radical anti-gay agenda by threatening to endanger LGBTers in Qatar.
Specifically, NOM is threatening to wage an enhanced anti-LGBT hate speech campaign in Qatar to get Qataris to reject the presence of Starbucks -- an American company -- in their country because of Starbucks' support for LGBT rights in the US.
NOM has already translated its anti-gay hate speech into Arabic and put online detailed maps of every Starbucks location in the Middle East. Meanwhile, it is known that in Qatar, gay people's human rights are violated through whippings and imprisonments. As NOM intensifies anti-gay hatreds in the country, it is to be expected that gay Americans in such places as Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar will find themselves at heightened risk of violence.
NOM is run by Princeton University Professor Robert George, but other prominent NOM bigot leaders include Brian Brown, Maggie Gallagher, Thomas Peters and John Eastman. The US government must keep a close watch on these anti-gay criminals. NOM has sponsored anti-gay hate rallies where its chosen speakers yell through megaphones that homosexuals are "worthy to death." In 2012, NOM pleaded guilty to 18 counts of California State Campaign Finance law violations and had to pay fines to the California Fair Political Practices Commission. Stop these NOM criminals before they provoke the deaths of innocent LGBTers and Starbucks employees in Qatar.