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For decades we have been hearing from the homosexual community that anybody who is anybody was probably a homosexual – from Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci to T.E. Lawrence and John Maynard Keynes. (It was Keynes who said, “In the long run we are all dead.”) Added to the wall of homosexual fame is the following from British singer Steven Patrick Morrissey or simply Morrissey. He is an animal rights fanatic and an advocate of homosexual everything. When Morrissey was with the group “The Smiths,” he produced the album Meat is Murder. Here’s the opening stanza of the title song:
Heifer whines could be human cries
Closer comes the screaming knife
This beautiful creature must die
This beautiful creature must die
A death for no reason
And death for no reason is MURDER
The rest of the song is equally hackneyed.
Morrissey’s latest contribution to rational discussion is about heterosexuals and war:
“If more men were homosexual, there would be no wars, because homosexual men would never kill other men, whereas heterosexual men love killing other men. They even get medals for it. Women don’t go to war to kill other women. Wars and armies and nuclear weapons are essentially heterosexual hobbies.”
Leonardo created drawings for weapons of war. T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) was a British Army officer. Alexander the Great, always a gay favorite among the homosexual community, was a war monger. Homosexuality was part of the Greek war machine:
“The Sacred Band of Thebes . . . was a troop of picked soldiers, consisting of 150 pairs of male lovers which formed the elite force of the Theban army in the 4th century BC. It is said to have been organized by the Theban commander Gorgidas in 378 BC and to have played a crucial role in the Battle of Leuctra. It was annihilated by Philip II of Macedon in the Battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC.”
Like Greece, Roman society was replete with homosexual approval. “The Bellum Hispaniense [On the Hispanic War] about Caesar’s civil war on the front in Roman Spain, mentions an officer who has a male concubine (concubinus) on campaign.”
Andrew Phillip Cunanan murdered at least five people, including fashion designer Gianni Versace, during a three-month period in 1997. Cunanan was a homosexual. “Chicago contractor John Wayne Gacy raped and killed 33 boys then buried them under his porch and in his yard. Jeffrey Dahmer of Milwaukee admitted to killing 17 boys. After sex, he killed them, dismembered their bodies, boiled their heads and ate some of their organs. In one case, he killed a young man then had anal sex with the body!”
The infamous Leopold and Loeb were homosexuals. They conspired to kill Bobby Franks in what has come down to us as the “Leopold and Loeb Case.”
Then there’s the Jesse William Dirkhising’s case. Dirkhising was bound, drugged, tortured, raped, and killed as a result of the drugs given him and the position in which he was tied down by his captors. The story gained national attention until it was learned that the two perpetrators were homosexuals.
There are many more examples that could be given. To claim that homosexuals are by nature pacifistic is nonsense.
If homosexuals are such peaceful people, then why do they want to serve in the military? Why are they such bullies? Try speaking out against same-sex sex acts and homosexual marriage. Gay bullies will come out of the woodwork to denounce you, try to get you fired from your job, and ruin any career you might have.
Here are two recent examples of gay bullying:
1. Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia will remove Chick-fil-A from its campus food court. The intense campaign waged by gay and lesbian students is being credited for the decision. Ironically, Emory was founded by the Methodist Church and named for a Methodist bishop.”
2. Homosexual groups are putting pressure on the Boy Scouts to allow homosexuals to be Scout leaders. “Chipotle Mexican Grill has withdrawn its support of a Boy Scouts event in Utah due to the organization’s ban on gay members. . . . The Boy Scouts have faced increasing pressure to drop their anti-gay policy.”
There have been others. The tolerant homosexual Dan Savage said of Republicans, “I wish they were all f***king dead.” You can read more of Savage’s bullying technique here. I’m warning you — it’s disgusting.
Consider what homosexuals did when they found out who voted for traditional marriage in the Proposition 8 referendum in California. When a group of traditional marriage activists peacefully expressed their displeasure when a court overruled their vote on the marriage issue, homosexuals took to the streets to harass and assault them:
A group of homosexual tyrants surrounded and physically assaulted a 69-year-old grandmother in Palm Springs earlier this week, after yanking a cross out of her hands and stomping on it while it lay on the ground. She can be seen mouthing the words “I love you” to protestors, who in response threaten her, and call her “stupid” and a “Nazi” while shaking their fists in her face with their own faces contorted with rage. Said the woman, “They began grabbing me. It was like a dog pack, actually.”
Another beat down comes from the wide world of sports. Peter Vidmar, who was named to head the 2012 United States Olympic gymnastics team in London, was forced to resign after homosexual Olympians, in particular figure skater Johnny Weir and softball player Jessica Mendoza, protested because he opposes homosexual marriage, something that’s still illegal in most states and at the time President Obama didd not support! Vidmar actively supported the 2008 California Proposition 8 campaign which a majority of California voters voted for.
Frank Turek is a Christian author and speaker. He also conducts leadership and teambuilding seminars for large companies. Since 2008, he had been a consultant for the California-based software company Cisco Systems. By all accounts, his training programs have been reported to be “excellent.” Then it happened:
[O]ne of the managers in Turek’s session “googled” his name and found out that his trainer [Turek] is also the author of a book entitled Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone. The manager, a homosexual, took offense at the book that critiqued same-sex marriages and phoned in a complaint to Marilyn Nagel, senior director of inclusion and diversity for Cisco. Turek was fired soon after.
Nagel later apologized for his firing but apparently did not see the irony in that she is the director of inclusion and diversity. “She refused to admit there was a culture that punished views that were not politically correct.”