Brilliant observation by WND’s David Kupelian – The ‘gay rights’ movement is a trojan horse for totalitarianism. He explores this in the October issue of Whistleblower available here. A “Trojan Horse” is “any trick or stratagem that causes a target to invite a foe into a securely protected bastion or space.” (Wiki)
WND Story here.
David Kupelian says, “this particular issue – this revolutionary sexual anarchy movement, which more than any other ideology, including Marxism, Islam or atheism, has the potential of permanently corrupting our nation’s core ‘operating system’ called the family – is the one issue that almost everybody is afraid to confront.”
Breitbart told me, “There is no ‘gay agenda’. There is a Marxist agenda and they are using the “victimization of gays” movement to achieve their ends. Gays aren’t victims.”
I think everyone has an agenda. Homosexuals want their lifestyle validated. Marxists want to replace America’s free enterprise system with a totalitarian utopia. Globalists want a one world government ruled by an elite few. Islam wants the world controlled by Sharia Law. Christians are commanded to spread the gospel throughout the world, “to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.” Secular Humanists are looking out for number one.
Kupelian writes, “When it (The Sexual Revolution) started, who could possibly have known it would turn out like this?
After all, it emerged right after the historic ’60s Civil Rights movement, which nobly outlawed racial segregation in America. And in the warm glow of the Martin Luther King era, many people came to believe “gays” were simply the next group needing protection from discrimination.
Of course, being an overwhelmingly Christian nation meant millions of Americans strongly objected to homosexuality on moral and religious grounds. But Americans are also the most pluralistic, tolerant and open-minded people on earth, and were increasingly inclined to give “gay rights” activists the benefit of the doubt.
Eventually warming up to a growing “gay-friendly” culture (promoted at every turn by the news and entertainment media), Americans abandoned their previous caution, flung their doors wide open and heartily welcomed the “gay rights” agenda with open arms.
However, it was a Trojan Horse. And most people had no idea what lay in waiting.”
Kupelian lists current evidence of ‘gay-rights-caused’ totalitarianism:
“1. legislation that flat out prohibits counseling help for minors who want to overcome unwanted same-sex attractions
2. the prosecution and criminalization of ever-larger numbers of Christian businesspeople for simply declining to promote
homosexuality on moral and religious grounds
3. the new California law decreeing that boys must be allowed to use girls’ restrooms and locker rooms if they identify with the
opposite sex, and vice versa
4. forced integration of open homosexuals into the military
5. the imposition on the nation of homosexual marriage.”
But, Kupelian warns “those are just the issues that have made it into the news cycle. The bigger story – what’s going on behind the scenes, and what’s coming down the tracks – is even more troubling.”
Highlights of Whistleblower’s October issue titled “THE NEW SEXUAL REVOLUTION” include:
“Where sexual anarchy is leading us” by Joseph Farah, identifying the totalitarian movement whose name no one dares utter
“Transgender madness” by David Kupelian, who tells the astonishing story of how psychiatrists are being bullied into “normalizing” sexual derangement
“Transgender teen to become latest Hollywood hero” – maybe you haven’t heard, a new TV show will portray a transgender youth as the sanest person in his family
“‘Gay’ power vs. religious liberty” by Peter LaBarbera, documenting how “homosexual rights” are destroying freedom of conscience in America
“The Bradley Manning syndrome” by Linda Harvey, on understanding the intersection of sexual deviance and treachery
“The new ideologies of sex” by Stephen Baskerville, on how today’s most destructive movement has become the least examined
“Librarians oppose banning books – except for this one topic”
“The war on fathers, masculinity and manhood” by David Kupelian, on how the ongoing, progressive feminization of America is destroying it
“America’s fall: The modern-day Roman Empire” by Matt Barber, on how St. Paul described today’s self-destructing nation to a “T”
“The rainbow belongs to God” by Dr. Scott Lively, who says a trap is being laid by the homosexual lobby for February’s Russian Olympics.”