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Nick Mamatas
Quotes from Homosexual Agenda Pushed in Movies Like Brokeback Mountain:


...There have been homosexual movies for years, but they are usually marketed to gay and art-house audiences.  But not with Brokeback.

"They are marketing Red State, Bush-country America," Kupelian said.


...The two men proposed using tactics on ‘straight’ America that are remarkably similar to the brainwashing methods of Mao Tse-Tung's Communist Chinese -- mixed with Madison Avenue's most persuasive selling techniques.

... Another point that Kirk and Madsen push is to "portray gays as victims of circumstance and oppression, not as aggressive challengers...Gays must be portrayed as victims in need of protection, so that straights will be inclined, by reflex, to assume the role of protector."

Benjamin Bull of the Alliance Defense Fund said, "Suddenly those who choose homosexual behavior...sodomy...are victims.  It's crazy!"

These days, some 30 regular homosexual characters are being beamed into your home by the major networks every week.


I dunno, between Maoist brainwashing and this fancy "beaming" technology, I think the Christian right had better just surrender on the topic. You know, like they did when they admitted that some Negroes have souls.*



*Not that I'm claiming that black people have souls or anything.
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[User Picture]From: eyebeams
2006-03-10 08:53 pm (UTC)
If I could beam handsome homosexuals into my house at will, I probably wouldn't have gotten married!
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[User Picture]From: nihilistic_kid
2006-03-10 08:54 pm (UTC)
Well, these aren't handsome homosexuals, just the "regular" kind.
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[User Picture]From: farklebarkle
2006-03-10 08:54 pm (UTC)
DAMN those gay commies. Damn them, I say.
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[User Picture]From: deanarae
2006-03-10 09:07 pm (UTC)
Now, now. That's a bit strong, don't you think? ;P
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[User Picture]From: farklebarkle
2006-03-10 09:13 pm (UTC)
Hey, you started it! :P
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[User Picture]From: docbrite
2006-03-10 09:06 pm (UTC)
*Not that I'm claiming that black people have souls or anything.

This reminds me of a blog I happened upon yesterday and thought you would relish in your own special way:

My racial savviness was hard won in my teen years. In what my friends of color would refer to in the remarkable idiom of the street, I admit that I was “whiter than white”. I was born an Aryan poster boy, with my blond hair and blue eyes. Think tingeless arctic sunshine falling upon a glacier, adrift in the azure sea – that is the chromatic palette, the juxtaposition of my peerless honky face.

I spent my days as many Anglo-Saxon boys do: wearing suspenders over an Alf t-shirt, squinting through my brick-thick glasses, speaking in a high-pitched, scrotumless whinge and calling the police every time a black person came to the doorstep. But then, one day, I was walking down the street and I saw a street Negro loitering on the corner. He was smoking a marijuana cigarette with a “Boom Box” pressed directly against his ear. And he was standing right in my way!

As might be expected, I felt a brief surge of panic. My mother had warned me of situations like these, so I knew what to do: 1) promptly evacuate my bladder, 2) roll up into a ball in the street and 3) start screaming until the police came. My mother was always so wise! “Even the African won’t attack someone soiled in their own filth,” she sagely explained. So as soon as I saw this guy, I put my hands on my hips and, with intense concentration and the subtle quivering of my loins, commenced Step One of my time-proven self-defense mechanism.

You know, I thank god every day that I had just consumed a Big Gulp at the Local 7-11, because Step One took me a good thirty seconds to pull off. And during that long micturating pause, I heard something. Something wonderful. I will always be thankful to that Street Negro, puffing away on his “magic jay bone” and listening to the most beautiful music I’d ever heard – this “rap” music. Because that was the moment that I realized we were all black with the lights out.

For the first time in my life, that watermelon grin made sense. It wasn’t the hideous leer of the subhuman at all! It was the infectious grin of someone who had found the true meaning of life, hauntingly captured in lyrics about “drinkin’ fohties” and “pimpin’ aitch to da izzos”. So even though he’s probably dead or in a penitentiary or living in the Astrodome now, I’ll never forget what that Street Negro taught me. I’ve lived my life since believing in the equality of all people – although in the case of the Mexicans, this is the more relative equality of Animal Farm.


Also, don't miss the entry a little lower down where he lists the two types of girls he'd never consider dating: "fatties" and girls who paint their toenails, "because it's like applying lipstick to your anus."
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From: spimby
2006-03-10 09:50 pm (UTC)
Can't we all just drink Bacardi like it's your birthday?
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[User Picture]From: leethomas
2006-03-10 09:15 pm (UTC)
All is going according to plan.
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[User Picture]From: mroctober
2006-03-11 02:59 am (UTC)
Does this mean we get secret bases and snazzy paramilitary uniforms?
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[User Picture]From: leethomas
2006-03-11 03:48 am (UTC)
What? You don't have yours yet?

What about the handbook?

Just remember... act weak to gain sympathy. When they get close enough... the forced sodomy. Then we drink mimosas and redecorate.
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From: spimby
2006-03-10 09:33 pm (UTC)
It's not often you get to read an article in which, literally, just about nothing is true.
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[User Picture]From: st_rev
2006-03-10 09:40 pm (UTC)
What, there isn't a "complex and well-thought-out strategy to make America 'gay friendly'"?

I mean, it's part of the broader agenda of fighting evil, but...
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[User Picture]From: nihilistic_kid
2006-03-10 09:42 pm (UTC)
It's not that well-thought-out.
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From: spimby
2006-03-10 09:47 pm (UTC)
It's also a hilarious stretch to describe any facet of it, never mind the weak examples cited in that article, as "Maoist."
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[User Picture]From: nihilistic_kid
2006-03-10 09:53 pm (UTC)

Then explain this Maoist celebration of Harvey Fierstein!







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From: spimby
2006-03-10 09:58 pm (UTC)

Re: Then explain this Maoist celebration of Harvey Fierstein!

Snort.

A personal trigger of mine is anybody using the term "Madison Avenue" to refer to the advertising industry. It's like talking about "free love" or "modern art" or some shit, for christ's sake.
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[User Picture]From: st_rev
2006-03-10 10:12 pm (UTC)
They're just letting the market take care of it!
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[User Picture]From: rfrancis
2006-03-11 02:04 am (UTC)
You guys are now my favorite comedy trio.

-R
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[User Picture]From: st_rev
2006-03-11 02:52 am (UTC)
Uh-oh.
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[User Picture]From: farklebarkle
2006-03-10 09:57 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry, are you saying Transamerica is NOT about a "transvestite transsexual"?
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[User Picture]From: st_rev
2006-03-10 10:13 pm (UTC)
But the main character is not from Transylvania!
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[User Picture]From: solarbird
2006-03-10 11:07 pm (UTC)
I went there for college. It's not all it's cracked up to be.
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[User Picture]From: marlowe1
2006-03-13 05:16 pm (UTC)
My friend Marius is from Transylvania. He says he saw a drunk get his head smashed when the drunk fell in front of an oncoming car. That's about the only Transylvania story I have out of him.

We're both converting to Judaism, but since he's European, he had to go to a urologist recently, and now he's really impatient to get the conversion over with.
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[User Picture]From: rfmcdpei
2006-03-11 02:27 am (UTC)
Their completeness is impressive.
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[User Picture]From: coridan
2006-03-10 11:49 pm (UTC)
And people are treating this like it's an important thing. I'd be more concerned about the South Dakota abortion ban. Bye bye, Roe V Wade!

CB
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