Over at the ACRU Blog, I provoked quite the visceral response to my post, “Poland’s Resistance to Gay Agenda Serves as Useful Example to America,” in both the comments section and on various radical blogs out there. Some comments were simply too X-rated to keep, and were thereby promptly deleted by your’s truly.
In response to some of the main criticisms leveled against me, I have penned the following, which also appears in the comments section of the aforementioned post. It seems to me that the conservative movement has lost a ton of ground to homosexual activists because of our reluctance to bluntly describe the problem. We are so selfishly concerned with being branded as “homophobes” that we don’t sound the siren loudly enough about the spiritual and medical health crisis we face as a result.
Anyway, here is my attempt to confront the issue for what it is:
To Will, Mike, and radicals at the “lefarkins” blog and elsewhere,
Allow me to briefly respond to a few points you have made in your comments to my previous post and on your own blogs:
First, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly the ad hominem replaces reasonable argument when debating the Left. In next to no-time, name-calling and assumed motives are thrown out there. Will didn’t make it past sentence number two before resorting to “you don’t like gays,” “your bigotry,” “your hatred,” my purported fears, and — just to make sure we all got it — “you don’t like gay people.” I really need to get myself a stop-watch, because you guys seem intent on breaking your own record at every opportunity.
Second, I was not merely objecting to a “statement of condemnation by one group against the actions of another.” Rather, I was objecting to government agencies of the European Union (i.e. the “sensitivity police”) launching an investigation into Poland’s supposed “homophobia” and considering sanctions against them (i.e. “bullying”) through the entity’s anti-racism center in Vienna. The state wields power through the threat of the gun. This is hardly an inconsequential private outcry.
Third, the gay agenda is dangerous on a number of levels. Culturally, it actively seeks to undermine the accumulated wisdom of over two-thousand years and virtually every human culture through all time. It threatens the structure of the family, which forms the bedrock of society. For instance, former NJ Governor Jim McGreevey is hardly the only one to betray his wife and children for gay trysts in highway rest stops.
(Adultery in general is destructive and wrong; genocide is evil; rape, murder and burglary are all crimes; and lies, smugness and failing to hold the door open for our womenfolk are all serious character flaws. But there is not a concerted movement to legalize and/or force acceptance of those destructive lifestyles as there is the gay lifestyle. When there is, and to the extent there already is, rest assured that I and others will criticize it and have criticized it.)
Finally, the gay lifestyle is dangerous to the individual practitioners. This should be so obvious as to not need elaboration, but perhaps it is only so to those, like myself, with a studied background in biology and microbiology. Quite simply, it is not wise, nor healthy, to go in through the out door. Nor is it healthy to play around with stuff that restaurant workers are required by law to thoroughly wash their hands of before returning to work.
It should then come as no surprise that scientific studies from the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention to the International Journal of Epidemiology to the Psychological Reports journal have found the life expectancy of homosexuals to be 8-20 years shorter than that for heterosexuals. Further, the American Medical Association’s Archives of General Psychiatry found that “gay, lesbian and bisexual young people are at increased risk of psychiatric disorder and suicidal behaviors.” And, incidentally, this phenomenon has been shown to also be the case in homosexually-liberated bastions such as the Netherlands, thus disproving the notion that “homophobia” is the cause while substantiating the fact that personal behavior impacts mental processes and the psyche.
A long list of diseases, including anal cancer, chlamydia trachomatis, cryptosporidium, giardia lamblia, herpes simplex virus, HIV, human papilloma virus (HPV or genital warts) isospora belli, microsporidia, gonorrhea, viral hepatitis types B and C, and syphilis are found in hugely disproportionate numbers by practicing homosexuals. Some are so rare as to be virtually unknown among heterosexuals.
So you tell me, but it certainly seems that homosexuality is in fact quite dangerous. Though you won’t find these facts appropriately discussed in “educational” curricula designed and actively promoted by the Human Rights Campaign and similar organizations.
Again, what does promotion of the homosexual lifestyle have to do with math, science, and history? Absolutely nothing. But it has everything to do with promoting a radical, libertine agenda that cares nothing for the health of individuals, nor of society, but everything about advancing the political ends of the movement.
As stated, then, in my original post, Poland’s Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski is not only right in keeping this destructive and decidedly off-topic ideology out of Polish schools, he deserves our praise. Bravo to him for not kow-towing to Europe’s forces of political correctness. I hope and pray that our leaders in America will show as much strength of character.