"Homophobic" Panic Grips Canada
April 5, 2008
Last week, Canadians reaffirmed their collective death-wish by castigating a Member of Parliament for an anti-gay statement he made 17-years ago when he was a political organizer in Saskatchewan.
When Saskatchewan socialists recently exchanged office space with provincial conservatives, they found some discarded videotapes of a private party held in 1991. On one tape, the drunken conservative said, "There's A's and there's B's. The A's are guys like me. The B's are homosexual fagots with dirt on their fingernails that transmit diseases."
The tasteless remark caused a media uproar and calls for the resignation of the hack, who is now a federal Parliamentary Secretary to a Cabinet Minister. To its credit, the Harper government agreed the remark was repugnant, accepted the MP's abject apology and told the socialists to buzz off.
It is wrong to refer to any group as inferior and condemn all members whether they are deficient or not. However, it is important to see this uproar in context.
Aggression is always portrayed as self-defense. But it is not homosexuals who are under relentless psychological attack by elite social engineers. Rather the target is heterosexual society, and its institutions of masculinity, femininity, marriage and family.
Heterosexuals are being re-engineered as homosexuals to make us more docile and barren. Thus schools tell heterosexual children to experiment with homosexuality. Feminists encourage women to deny their femininity. The media and the law routinely emasculate and denigrate men. The media and schools foster pre- and extra marital sex, promiscuity and porn. As result, marriage is in decline and the birthrate has cratered.
"Tolerance" for homosexuals actually disguises an insidious and hateful attack on heterosexuals. Rockefeller-sponsored homosexual activists admit their goal is to wipe out heterosexual behavior. Why isn't this considered hate?
In even larger context, the goal of the Illuminati (i.e. Communist) central bankers to recast the human race requires eliminating all "collective forces (i.e. groups) except our own." This includes race, religion, nation and family. Pushing homosexuality is about the elimination of the family, a plank in the 1848 Communist Manifesto.
It is healthy and natural for groups to promote an IN-GROUP and OUT-GROUP ethos in order to maintain their values and solidarity. This is usually not intended to foster aggression against the out-group.
Freedom is meaningless (and evil will triumph) if we cannot oppose what we find aberrant and disgusting. We should be tolerant of some group-bolstering behavior while remaining mindful that we all share a common Creator.
Thus when teenagers disparage certain behavior as "gay" it is a healthy sign. However it would be wrong to harm a gay teenager whose only fault is s/he is gay, which often is beyond their control.
I wonder if these remarks would have seen the light of day if they were uttered by a homosexual and targeted at "breeders" as they call us.
I'm all for live-and-let-live. But this media-driven outcry against a 17-year-old remark is really about putting all heterosexuals on notice. It's about making us all feel guilty and afraid and breaking down our cohesion. It's about getting us to adopt homosexuals values and even engage in gay sex.
It's no surprise then that I'm not joining this heterophobic frenzy to be (in Communist Party terminology) "politically correct."
See "Uncle Sam Wants You Gay-(Your Children Too)"
and "Playboy and the (Homo) Sexual Revolution
and "Tolerance-A Sneaky Attack on Your Identity"
and "The Truth About Diversity"