THE HOMOSEXUALIZING OF AMERICA
By Forret Nordic
According to an Internet archive, back on 17 January, 2006, on the Larry King Live show, the mainstream media suggested to American television viewers that a new era in American life was unfolding. Hollywood had just granted four Oscar nominations to a motion picture about "gay" cowboys--two men who fall in love--who also somehow got married to women and had children before the end of the story. The film: "Brokeback Mountain."A conservative Christian radio host, Janet Parshall, warned that to her this signaled "the homosexualizing of America."
Now, I have not seen this motion picture, but Jewish television host Larry King repeatedly suggested to Ms. Parshall that one cannot learn by looking away from, rather than at, Hollywood productions such as this.
For you see, according to radical liberals like King, conservative Americans are "ignorant" and desperately need Hollywood to instruct them and open their minds to new ideas and new realities. (Immediately after Barack Hussein Obama was elected president, King opined with glee that perhaps the next president would be a lesbian woman -- possibly an Asian (on that racial detail, I cannot recall with certainty--but I believe he said "Asian").
There was also a Christian on the program, the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, no less. And the Jewish host had the audacity to ask him this question: "Does it disturb you that apparently there's no record of Christ having had a heterosexual relationship?"
I'll leave it to the reader to infer what Mr. King was suggesting.
Mr. King even had enough "attitude" to ask Reverend Mohler this loaded question (nearly every question he asks is loaded): "Sex--why is it a sin to have sex if it's so beautiful? . . . I mean outside of marriage, gay sex, outside of marriage sex. It's a beautiful thing. Who does it harm?" Just think of the Frankfurt School floodgates this attitude can open!
In thinking about the most recent political event on this subject, I was reminded of this particular LKL broadcast. In the original broadcast, which I saw on television, the comment was made that at one time Blacks could not legally marry Whites, and that this was a good parallel to, and justification for, "gay marriage." Somehow these words did not make it into the transcript.
Also missing from the transcript is the comment I can remember of actor Chad Allen that, prior to the media raising the issue of "gay marriage," he did not care about the subject. But since it had been raised and brought to the attention of the public , he decided to support it because he did not want to settle for anything less than "equality."
If you, the reader, would like to read the entire transcript, you may find it online here: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0601/17/lkl.01.html
Of greatest concern just now is the fresh action taken in several states to legally recognize and celebrate same-sex "marriages."
The state of Vermont is the latest to enact legislation enabling same-sex couples to "marry."Once again, the argument is that of "equality." In my opinion, this is merely the continuation of the march of the "Civil Rights Movement" of the late 1950s and the 1960s.
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I think the lesson to carry from this are the words of the Jew, Larry King: "Jesus is not in the Constitution." If these words do not demonstrate clearly that having Jews in positions of great power and influence is not a challenge in any Christian society, I do not know what can.