Thursday, May 07, 2009

I don't know, what do you think Adolph?

Homofascism?
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I mentioned the SA in another post last week, but some people found it disturbing. Today I found more disturbing news...
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"With the rise of an increasingly militant and even violent homosexual movement which has threatened and assaulted Christians for their opposition to their political agenda, homosexual activists in the U.S. and Europe have been increasingly accused of "homofascism."
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Now, a self-described "gay left-wing" journalist in Britain has admitted that the fascist tendency of homosexuals is far more than a conservative rhetorical trope.
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"It's time to admit something. Fascism isn't something that happens out there, a nasty habit acquired by the straight boys. It is - in part, at least - a gay thing, and it's time for non-fascist gay people to wake up and face the marching music."
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According to Hari, the homosexual tendency in Nazism is strongly reflected among fascistic Europeans today. He observes that "Dutch fascist" Pim Fortuyn was an open homosexual who spoke publicly about his sexual behavior. Jorg Haider of Austria's neo-fascist Freedom Party died while leaving a gay bar, after much media speculation about his rumored homosexual relationships. Michael Kuhnen, leader of Germany's neo-fascist movement in the 1980s, died in the early 90s of AIDS after publicly acknowledging his homosexuality. The list goes on and on, Hari says.
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Hari quotes the homosexual pornographic film-maker Bruce LaBruce, who states openly that "all gay porn today is implicitly fascist. Fascism is in our bones, because it's all about glorifying white male supremacy and fetishizing domination, cruelty, power and monstrous authority figures." - Source
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Call me vicious, but I just found this to be interesting, coming as it does from a gay journalist.
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Photo: An example of Mussolini's fascist art. “Physical culture,” as the Fascists like to call it, was an important aspect of the regime’s ideology. - Source

5 comments:

  1. Terry,
    For more along this line, try Googling “The Pink Swastika”—I read it years ago. The book is available entirely online. How interesting that, although long decried as furthering a “pernicious myth” (see the Wikipedia entry), apparently at least one credible gay journalist believes that gays should not only own up to it as fact, but embrace the concept.
    Ronnie

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  2. Hi Ronnie - I miss you - hope all is well - you are in my prayers. I'll check that out.

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  3. One Catholic thinks Obama is the anti-Christ spoken of in holy writ.

    Does this make it so?

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  4. Only a gay journalist could say what he said. Anyone else would be accused of hatemongering and homophobia. If a Canadian (straight)jouranlist said those things, he would be brought before the Human Rights Commission.

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  5. No Thomnus - the anti-Christ will perform signs and wonders and Obama ain't done nothin' yet. ;)

    Paramedicgirl - two things - I have to update my blogroll with you on it, and I forgot about Canada having those laws in place already.

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