Hateful Statements Against Committed Catholics Have Consequences
Edit: the following story appeared in several Catholic media outlets recently about University lecturer and Catholic journalist Martin Lohmann who was recently dismissed from a lecturing position because he does not agree with aberrosexuality.
Cologne (kathnews/CF) The famous Catholic publicist and earlier TV moderator Martin Lohmann is the President of the National Association for Defense of Life (BVL) and speaker of the AEK (Network of Engaged Catholics in the CDU). Officially he is active as the Chief Director of the Catholic private broadcaster K-TV. For years Lohmann has promoted convincingly and unshakably the value of marriage, the protection of the family and the right of all people to life, especially unborn children. This clear position has led to intolerant antagonisms and media attacks against this imperturbable Catholic. The "Cologne Express" identified him recently as the lecturer of the Munich based, private "Macromedia Hochschuler fuer Medien und Kommunikation" (MHMK) [Macromedia University for Media and Communication]. Hereupon, the speaker of the University made the following statement on Wednesday, February 6, 2013, which stated that Lohmann's criticism of the right of adoption for homosexuals in December of the previous year had caused intolerant consequences:
"Martin Lohmann is no longer a lecturer in Macromedia University for Media and Communication in Cologne. After his statements on "Hart aber Fair" in a broadcast of 12/3/2012, the academic directors of Media Management have decided to no longer retain him as an instructor. The University represents in its fundamental values, a human ideal, in which various sexual orientations are respected. They reject every form of discrimination. Herr Lohmann's position as an honorary advisor of the University will be evaluated at present." Lohmann pled in this talk show -- together with Christian journalist and housewife Birgit Kelle -- for the value of marriage between a man and a woman; both critics of the Zeitgeist defended the classical family as well as the Christian foundations of the ideal. Actually, what was earlier self-evident, turns today increasintly into a gauntlet against public opinion -- with draconian consequences, as the most recent exclusionary action against Lohmann documents.
"Funny enough" MHMK wrote the following in their homepage their own side: "The MHMK is the University, which reflects media wise today's and yesterday's society." -- Oho, that can make "tomorrow" more pleasant, considering how bleak things stand for the freedom of expression for conservatives.
So much for the much-praised "freedom" in our media Republic - specifically media dictatorship Germany.
Mention would certainly add that even the left-leaning "Kölner Express", a proven opponent of Lohmann concedes in its current summation:
"The students regularly carry out reviews of the 55-year-old according to the University have not yet been a negative."
But on professional performance on skill and reputation among students are not factors, it is apparently more important to be "politically correct", the opinion compatible with the zeitgeist, which may not in any way be "made sickly" by Christian principles.
Link to kathnews...
Foto: Martin Lohmann – Foto: HL – LohmannMedia