Documented Proof of the Homosexual Agenda: Subvert Morals & Champion Pederasty

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    Sep 09, 2015 8:34 PM GMT
    http://www.houstonpress.com/news/finally-documented-proof-of-the-homosexual-agenda-7709079
    The group, which is rallying against the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, was able to penetrate the Inner Sanctum of the Gays and escape with the secret plans that unmask their mission to subvert Christian morals and champion pederasty.
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    Sep 09, 2015 10:46 PM GMT
    Hidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?
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    Sep 09, 2015 10:56 PM GMT
    waccamatt saidHidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?

    He's not far Right. He's reporting what this wacko Right Wing group in Houston is doing.
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    Sep 10, 2015 12:09 AM GMT
    Wait! There's a gay "inner sanctum?" I never get invited to anything!

    Naturally the far-right, anti-gay fringe is all too eager to believe that a gay manifesto really exists. If only they could see that we as a group can't even agree on whether body hair is sexy or not, can't agree on whether twinks or meatheads are the hottest. So how could we possibly come together to pull off this grand conspiracy? It is utter fantasy, as the original author of the manifesto, Michael Swift, himself writes:

    This essay is an outré, madness, a tragic, cruel fantasy, an eruption of inner rage, on how the oppressed desperately dream of being the oppressor.
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    Sep 10, 2015 1:26 AM GMT
    Soon after beginning to read the linked-to article I realized that it was satire. When I came to this paragraph, my realization was confirmed:

    "We're not exactly even sure why such a caveat is necessary, as the piece is such an over-the-top satirical fever dream that pokes fun at the kind of hackneyed homophobic tropes that hatemongers, like Houston's Steven Hotze, are still peddling in their bid to crush an ordinance that bars discrimination on the basis of race, religion, and age. Oh, and also sexual orientation and gender identity."

    I have found that many people do not recognize satire when they see it; instead, they take it literally.

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    Sep 10, 2015 1:30 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    waccamatt saidHidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?

    He's not far Right. He's reporting what this wacko Right Wing group in Houston is doing.
    +1

    He's actually one of the more left-leaning members of RJ.
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    Sep 10, 2015 4:12 PM GMT
    waccamatt saidHidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?

    "You must be new here. In time, most of us join the enemy – against ourselves."~~Chessmaster, The Prisoner, Checkmate

    Art_Deco said
    waccamatt saidHidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?

    He's not far Right. He's reporting what this wacko Right Wing group in Houston is doing.

    More to the point I'm pointing to what we do to ourselves that our enemy would do to us.

    jeepguySD saidWait! There's a gay "inner sanctum?" I never get invited to anything!
    Naturally the far-right, anti-gay fringe is all too eager to believe that a gay manifesto really exists. If only they could see that we as a group can't even agree on whether body hair is sexy or not, can't agree on whether twinks or meatheads are the hottest....

    Good post. Though the enemy is within. I'm surprised you weren't gay-attacked for being over 20 while saying that twinks can be hot, if that's anyone's cup of twink. To me they haven't even developed a sexuality yet.

    FRE0 said...I have found that many people do not recognize satire when they see it; instead, they take it literally.

    All that is true, and we need to recognize humor, that the weight of the world shouldn't come crashing down upon us. But also, we shouldn't be poisoning our own waters. There ought to be some sanctuary within community.

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    Art_Deco said
    waccamatt saidHidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?

    He's not far Right. He's reporting what this wacko Right Wing group in Houston is doing.
    +1

    He's actually one of the more left-leaning members of RJ.

    Even my car doesn't turn right which makes going to the supermarket quite the challenge.
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    Sep 10, 2015 8:03 PM GMT

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    Lavender scare
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavender_scare

    Association of communism with "subversives"[edit]

    Both homosexuals and communist party members were seen as subversive elements in American society who all shared the same ideals of antitheism; rejection of bourgeois culture and middle-class morality; lack of conformity; they were scheming and manipulative and, most importantly, would put their own agendas above others, in the eyes of the general population.[1] McCarthy also associated homosexuality and communism as "threats to the "American way of life.""[19] Homosexuality was directly linked to security concerns, and more government employees were dismissed because of their homosexual sexual orientation than because they were left-leaning or communist. George Chauncey noted that, "The specter of the invisible homosexual, like that of the invisible communist, haunted Cold War America," and homosexuality (and by implication homosexuals themselves) were constantly referred to not only as a disease, but also as an invasion, like the perceived danger of communism and subversives.[20]

    Senator Kenneth Wherry similarly attempted to invoke a connection between homosexuality and anti-nationalism. He said in an interview with Max Lerner that "You can't hardly separate homosexuals from subversives." Later in that same interview he drew the line between patriotic Americans and gay men: "But look Lerner, we're both Americans, aren't we? I say, let's get these fellows [closeted gay men in government positions] out of the government."[21]

    Connections between gay rights groups and so-called subversive elements were not entirely baseless. The Mattachine Society, one of the earliest gay rights groups in the United States, was founded by Harry Hay, a former member of the Communist Party USA, who resigned when the membership condemned his politics as a threat to the organization he had founded.[22]


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    Sep 10, 2015 8:26 PM GMT
    The Internet is useful, filled with loads of interesting information. However it can be misleading at times and if interpreted the wrong way, can lead to confusion. In the words of a friend and ex-colleague of mine, "Too much knowledge, can be dangerous". It is great posting a Forum with HTML links, but it is far better to give a small review on those links. About this Forum, we all tend to believe in Conspiracy Theories. Of course, there is the Illuminati, the Free Masons, the Satanic Church, the belief in Extra Terrestrials, etc. We need to stick to the facts, do more research and above all, not jump to conclusions.
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    Sep 10, 2015 10:27 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    Art_Deco said
    waccamatt saidHidden profile; do you really think we give a damn what you far right imbeciles think?

    He's not far Right. He's reporting what this wacko Right Wing group in Houston is doing.
    +1

    He's actually one of the more left-leaning members of RJ.


    How can you tell? He has no user name or profile pic.
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    Sep 10, 2015 10:47 PM GMT
    On one of the sailing forums, we have begun using violet text to indicate sarcasm. However, since some of us speak almost entirely in sarcasm, it's easier to set that as the default.
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    Sep 11, 2015 12:44 AM GMT
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4105852
    bonaparts said...it's like pedos seeking for children

    HottJoe said
    Nakedman1969 saidYou like older and I like younger. People have called me a pedophile and I'm not I just love young guys 18-30. Yes I may be ugly but I still can love someone. But the young guys don't want to give me a chance.

    Is it because you're "ugly" that you crave youth?


    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/01/09/freaking-out-about-age-gaps-in-gay-relationships-is-homophobic.html

    Freaking Out About Age Gaps in Gay Relationships Is Homophobic

    In straight relationships with an age gap, words like ‘gold-digger’ and ‘trophy wife’ get thrown around. When it’s a gay relationship, those words change to ‘pedophile’ and ‘pervert.’

    When news broke earlier this week that British actor and comedian Stephen Fry, 57, is now engaged to 27-year-old comedian Elliot Spencer, homophobic social media users suddenly decided they should try to be comedians, too....

    ... as the Advocate reports, tabloid and entertainment sites have taken a more sensationalistic approach which has only been amplified by their comments sections, where people have been calling Fry a “pedophile,” a “pervert,” and a “dirty old man.”...

    ...If it’s not obvious by now, the outsized reaction to Fry and Spencer’s age gap is deeply homophobic. Plenty of straight men—especially famous straight men—have wives that are decidedly their juniors: Harrison Ford is 22 years older than Calista Flockhart, Michael Douglas is 25 years older than Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Clint Eastwood is a whopping 35 years older than his ex-wife...Sure, these Hollywood May-December relationships are surrounded by plenty of hubbub about “trophy wives” and “gold-digging,” but no one thinks that Clint Eastwood is a pedophile just because he married a much younger woman. However much we gossip about heterosexual couples with large age gaps, we at least refrain from calling them sex offenders.

    The news of Fry’s engagement, on the other hand, has done nothing but stoke the flames of a particularly virulent brand of homophobia that sees male homosexuality as a synonym for pedophilia and pederasty. University of California at Davis psychology professor Gregory M. Herek has meticulously documented (and discredited) the history of this unfounded association. In 1970, Herek reports, over 70 percent of respondents to a national survey agreed with the statement: “Homosexuals are dangerous as teachers or youth leaders because they try to get sexually involved with children.” In the 70s, this myth kept openly gay people out of teaching positions. In the 90s, it kept gay men out of leadership roles in the Boy Scouts of America. Today, it continues to circulate freely on the far Right. Even the tired old yarn about homosexuality being just a stone’s throw away from bestiality got some recent attention when Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson said as much during an interview with GQ.

    But you don’t have to be an ideologue for the decades-long association between homosexuality and child sexual abuse to shape your thinking...that Fry has come out as the fiancé of a 27-year-old, he has to face down a half century of sedimented sexual suspicion. No one has to outright call him a pedophile for the old myths about gay men to do their work, they just have to not call his relationship “the sweetest celebrity couple ever” and 50 years of conservative scare tactics will do the heavy lifting anyway....

    ...as Bratton put it between bursts of laughter after learning Spencer’s age: “I’m sorry. He’s not even ‘chicken’ anymore. Twenty-five is the absolute breaking point for homosexual adolescence. You’re done. You’re old now and you’re lucky you’ll get a man. Between 25 and 30, you’re trying to decide how much longer before you start growing a beard and calling yourself ‘Daddy.’”

    And while we often highlight the difficulties of relationships that take place across large age gaps, we hardly spend any time at all looking for their beauty. With Fry and Stephen, there’s plenty of beauty to be found. Two handsome, funny, and well-dressed men—one late in his career, the other early on—holding hands in public while beaming from ear to ear? Whatever their ages, whatever their orientations, that’s sweet no matter what anyone else thinks.