Homo-nazis and the seduction of the West

Nazi Homosexuals and the Slow Steady Seduction of America

 By Jim O’Neill, Canada Free Press

“The American homosexual movement really only began in the 1940s after the Allied defeat of the Nazis. …the center of international “gay” power in the world did in fact shift from Germany to the United States after the demise of the Third Reich. This represented a huge setback for the “gay” movement, requiring it to begin “from scratch” as it were, since America in the 1940s was at least as family-centered as Germany had been in the 1860s.”—From “The Pink Swastika” 

“The 112th Congress requires sufficient time to conduct independent hearings on the consequences of the LGBT Law and policies that the lame-duck Congress did not consider before rushing to repeal the law last December. …The administration’s lack of answers to reasonable questions, combined with revealing missteps like the Navy’s move to prepare for same-sex marriages, are indications that the Pentagon does not know what it is doing.”Center for Military Readiness (CMR) 

”[Pollster Gary Gate’s] best estimate, derived from five studies that have asked subjects about their sexual orientation, is that the nation has about 4 million adults who identify as being gay or lesbian, representing 1.7 percent of the 18-and-over population. …Gates observed that the 10% figure [often used by homosexual activists] was pulled from a non-scientific work by sexologist Alfred Kinsey, and that it was latched on to by gay activists as a useful ‘political strategy.’ …‘It was a brilliant political strategy as a figure that was large enough to ‘matter’ but hopefully not so large as to threaten the general population,’ said Gates.”
Huffington Post, CBS News, LifeSiteNews               

“They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and revered and worshiped the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.” Romans 1:25 (NAB)                         

Only in his dreams could Hitler have imagined the blatant homosexualizing of the German Wehrmacht. What Hitler could only dream of, the United States is poised to make fact, a scant sixty-six years after fighting a costly and bloody war to defeat Hitler and the Nazis. Link                     

Before I get ahead of myself, let me point out that the title of this article, and the article itself, are meant to be attention getting, but do not constitute a spurious ad hominem attack on homosexuality; they are designed to bring attention to historical facts that are of profound importance to the future of America (and the world).                               

To give credit where it is due, I first became aware of much of the material presented here after reading “The Pink Swastika” (4th edition 2002), by Scott Lively and Kevin Abram. The entire book can be accessed for free online (link given after the opening quote above). My reaction to the book was similar to Scott Lively’s reaction, “When I initially learned the truths set forth in [“The Pink Swastika”] I was first astonished and then angered.”

At the outset of this article let me reiterate that Communism and Fascism (of which Nazism is a subset) are both Far Left ideologies. That is not to say that they are “like peas in a pod;” they are not—nonetheless they are both left-wing, top-down, big-government social engineering movements.

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6 thoughts on “Homo-nazis and the seduction of the West

  1. It seems each time we allow something to go on it becomes a ruler over us. Either stop it or it will destroy you, simple.

  2. Wow, I gotta give this post some points for comedy.

    It’s more likely that Hitler did what he did because he was Catholic. Christians are the last group of people on the planet who could legitimately criticize anyone for having blood on their hands. And yet, hypocrisy runs deep and denial even deeper.

    As Hitler and this website effortlessly prove, Christians are just as prone to tapping into the darkest parts of the human soul as anyone they would attempt to criticize.

    As Christians are prone to cherry picking what they like and don’t like about the Bible, history, science, and everything else in life, I am anticipating the response of “Hitler werent a REAL Christian or he wouldn’t’a dun what he did!! OMG, ur stupeeed fer sayin’ that!” Of course, that would just prove my point better than I could myself.

    You know what Christians and gays have in common? We’re human. Now, I know you forget about that when you’re trying to strip gays of human rights and wipe them off the planet, but we are, in fact, all human. Humans are barbaric and capable of horrible things. So, once again, I would remind you that Christians – and you – are just as evil as anyone you would point your finger at.

  3. @JDH — How many times does it have to be stated that Hitler was not Christian… let alone Catholic, before every agenda-driven atheist, bigoted evangelical, and rabid homo-Nazi decides to process, absorb and ultimately be honest enough to accept that fact, in order to refrain from parading that old saw whenever it is convenient?

    Hitler MIGHT have been born within a ‘culturally/habitually Catholic family and country,’ which does not mean he was either fully catechized, or practiced the tenets of his purported faith. The proof is in who, and what he turned out to be: an ego-maniacal MONSTER! Sons and daughters of FAITHFUL and KNOWLEDGEABLE Catholics become good people, neighbor-loving citizens, and sometimes even people of exemplary virtue who eventually are called ‘saints.’

    History records instead that Hitler was rather heavily engaged in occultism, which is where the very symbol of Nazism, the swastika, came from.

    There is even a story regarding his dark obsession with possessing the lance that pierced the side of Christ: the Longinus Lance, which he felt would give him extra-ordinary powers. This was a relic existing somewhere in an Austrian museum at the time of the Anschluss. It is said that when he personally entered that country as ‘conqueror’ he went directly to the place where the lance was displayed and held it with an eerie, demonic look in his face.

  4. I should point out that my mention of Hitler’s Christianity is not because I’m against religion, necessarily. That was just the most common-knowledge example I could think of to illustrate my point. And, unsurprisingly, the rebuttal was a predictable “He wasn’t a real Christian.”

    So that really begs the question: Do you think Christians are actually capable of doing evil things? It seems very convenient to just jettison a self-professed follower of your faith because of something wrong or evil they may have done. So what would be your explanation be for the Inquisition, Salem witch trials, Southern Christian endorsement of slave ownership, centuries-long Protestant/Catholic war in western Europe, the Crusades, genocide of Native Americans, abortion clinic bombers (and occasional shooters), pedophile priests, etc, etc? Isn’t it intellectually dishonest to just pretend that all these examples weren’t committed by Christian groups, people, or governments?

    Once again, I reiterate my point that I’m not bashing Christianity or Christians. The point that I’m making is both clear and true: People do evil things regardless of what group of people they belong to.

    Every article on this website about gay people aims to use the most extreme examples of behavior ranging from the unpalatable to the unconscionable to marginalize the entirity of a particular group of people. No doubt you would be offended to be lumped together with those who committed the horrible acts I listed above, as you should. But doing that is no different that the articles on this site do to gay people.

    In the email you sent me years ago, when confronted with the atrocities committed by Christians throughout history, you immediately distanced yourself from them and claimed to be somehow different. It’s easy for me to accept your statement and believe that you are different. And yet I, and other gay people who are healthy and responsible, are not given the slightest benefit of the doubt, let alone any respect.

    I would argue, fairly so, that it is a very high sign of both maturity and integrity to accept individual people as they are instead of making outlandish assumptions about all people belonging to a group. I would go so far as to say it’s the Christ-like thing to do.

    In closing, I would just like to ask, “What happened to personal responsibility?” People act according to who they are, not what they are. I’m just waiting to hear you say that, yes, you can admit that I’m not your enemy. Or is it really that hard to acknowledge that I’m intelligent, educated, logical, and completely normal simply because I’m married to a man?

  5. ChillaKilla,

    I honestly don’t care if he was Christian or not.

    I just take issue with articles that say he must have been gay because he was evil. Quite frankly, that’s pathetic.

    But I’m glad that you reacted as strongly as you did. It certainly proves that nobody likes being grouped together with the most evil beings in world history because of their social affiliations.

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