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July 25, 2006

Agendas and lifestyles, part 1

You may not have heard about the homosexual reconstructionist movement. That's because they deny they even have an "agenda". They don't have a "lifestyle" either. At other times, they flippantly mock what is called the gay agenda. Be warned this is part and parcel of a misguided and dangerous attempt to surgically reassign American moral values.

Reassignment surgery is not a new concept to the gay community, especially since it embraces and defends the "rights" of men who want to cut off their genitals and feign the appearance of a woman. And let's not forget about the women, who believe they are actually men "trapped" in a woman's body, therefore they too need to have their genitals altered surgically and feign the appearance of a man. The homosexual/transgender community acually thinks this is healthy! But then again, just about everything normal is abnormal in this reconstructionist thinking. This may truly shock you, but the gay communuity loves change. But only when it benefits their agenda lifestyle what they want to accomplish.

In the book After the Ball, homosexual social engineers Kirk and Madsen, laid out in chilling fashion the plans of the homosexual movement. Down to the letter, it has been carried out by the unwitting foot soldiers and court test cases drummed up by overzealous homosexual lawyers. ATB remains the gay reconstructionist movement's prescient landmark on the road to what they hope is the ultimate homosexualization of America. Recontructionist leaders such as Andrew Sullivan, Bruce Bauwer, Gabriel Rotello, and Michelangelo Signorile have taken the pragmatic pronouncements of ATB and parlayed them into gay-for-pay careers.

Of course to them, its just a simple matter of getting their rights. You know the right to live in a house, the right to own and drive a car, the right to vote, the right to congregate, the right to do-what-they-do behind closed doors. Average rights, right? If America would just comply with homosexual demands for complete and unlimited freedom in all sectors of religious, government, education and society, they would be quiet and live happily ever after. It reminds me of Stpehen King's chiller-thriller The Storm of the Century. In it, the demon-man repeats to the townspeople over and over: "give me what I want and I'll go away". He forced them into compliance with overpowering acts of violence. What he wanted was to secure his future through one of THEIR children.

Like the people of Little Tall Island found out, giving the demon what he wanted came with a heavy price. America be forewarned: gay rights will only work at the expense of America's moral underpinnings. Which to homosexuals is akin to the Berlin Wall. With the moral code sitting by watching its every move, they have no choice but to destroy it. Just like the arabs who want to wipe Isreal off the face of the earth, homosexuals --even if they achieved the rights they seek-- would not enjoy them as long as the moral code is alive. Or moral.

Hence the plan to kidnap, circumvent and ultimately destroy what Americans now believe to be moral and immoral. Or better yet, simply switch the two like the a deranged woman in a hospital maternity ward.

This thing about reassignment surgery is a popular tool with the gay crowd. Its "morality" lies in the concocted concept that people must be free to be who they are. That sounds nice and Americanish. Freedom is our last name. But the questionable aspect of this nurality (new morality) is just who or what is it that the person fancies themselves to be?

Books you should read:

  • The Homosexual Agenda: Exposing the Principal Threat to Religious Freedom Today by Alan Sears
  • The Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised As Freedom by David Kupelian
  • Outrage: How Gay Activists and Liberal Judges Are Trashing Democracy to Redefine Marriage by Peter Sprigg
  • The ACLU vs. America: Exposing the Agenda to Redefine Moral Values by Alan Sears
  • Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth by Jeffrey Satinover
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