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The pink Swastika — Homosexuality and the Nazi Party 

    Homosexuality and the Nazi Party

    by Scott Lively

    Scott Lively is co-author of The Pink Swastika: Homosexuals and the Nazi Party (Keizer, Oregon: Founders Publishing Company, 1995). The Pink Swastika is available by calling 1-800-828-2290. Price is $11.95 including shipping.

    http://www.leaderu.com/jhs/lively.html (About 70kB)

    The essay by Scott Lively gives you a view of the history of Nazism that nobody speaks much of these days.  However, is it possible that these times of homosexual brutality and intolerance are returning? Maybe, if we consider that power can manifest itself in many different ways.  When Nazism arose it was a combination of physical and "man" power.  Its equivalent today, considering that it is a combination of political and "legal" power, may be far more devastating.  By "legal" power I'm referring to the domination and control of our society by forces who play a large role in getting our laws changed and in controlling society through human rights commissions and human rights tribunals that are dominated by homosexuals.

    The more things change, the more they seem the same.  It is fascinating to see the similarities between the tactics used by the early Nazis and those used by today's extremist gender-activists.

    An important aspect of the teaching of history is that it imbues students with a sense of direction of the evolution of our society. Knowing something about history will tell us something about trends in social evolution.  It will tell us from where we came, what direction our social evolution is taking, and how far we have come on the road to ultimate bliss (or chaos).  No wonder the forces ramming social studies down our throats are so intent on eliminating all objective teaching of history.1  The sad part of it is that they have succeeded.

    Consider the parallels between the agenda of the Nazis and those of today's modern liberalists.

    From Scott Lively's essay:

    "By the time the Nazis came to power, "Bible-believing" Christians, (the Confessing Church) were a small minority. As Grunberger asserts, Nazism itself was a "pseudo-religion" (ibid.:79) that competed, in a sense, with Christianity and Judaism.

    The schools were heavily targeted in order to de-Christianize the young. Mandatory prayer in schools was stopped in 1935, and from 1941 onward, religious instruction was completely eliminated for all students over 14 years old (ibid.:494f). The Nazi Teachers Association actively discouraged its members from taking religious instruction, while at the same time many teachers of religious studies (who were all required to be licensed by the state) "inculcated neo-paganism into their pupils during periods of religious instruction." Later, teachers were outright prohibited from attending voluntary religion classes organized by the Catholic church (ibid.:495).

    From the early years, leading Nazis openly attacked Christianity. Joseph Goebbels declared that "Christianity has infused our erotic attitudes with dishonesty" (Taylor:20). It is in this campaign against Judeo- Christian morality that we find the reason for the German people's acceptance of Nazism's most extreme atrocities. Their religious foundations had been systematically eroded over a period of decades by powerful social forces. By the time the Nazis came to power, German culture was spiritually bankrupt. Too often, historians have largely ignored the spiritual element of Nazi history; but if we look closely at Hitler's campaign of extermination of the Jews, it becomes clear that his ostensive racial motive obscures a deeper and more primal hatred of the Jews as the "People of God."

    The probable reason for Hitler's attack on Christianity was his perception that it alone had the moral authority to stop the Nazi movement. But Christians stumbled before the flood of evil. As Poliakov notes, "[W]hen moral barriers collapsed under the impact of Nazi preaching...the same anti-Semitic movement that led to the slaughter of the Jews gave scope and license to an obscene revolt against God and the moral law. An open and implacable war was declared on the Christian tradition...[which unleashed] a frenzied and unavowed hatred of Christ and the Ten Commandments" (Poliakov:300). "  

    Aren't identical forces at work today?  Haven't they to the same extent caused today's spiritual bankruptcy?

    1.) The following article is a good example of the extent to which the homosexualists succeed in distorting and rewriting history.


    The Independent

    17 August 2001

    New manual tells police: don't call gays and lesbians 'homosexual'

    By Ian Burrell Home Affairs Correspondent

    Scotland Yard plans to instruct all its police officers not to refer to gays and lesbians as homosexual because it "criminalises" them.

    New guidelines, to be circulated to 35,000 Metropolitan Police officers and civilian staff next month, call for the use of "sensitive and appropriate language" when dealing with gay men, lesbians and bisexuals, transsexuals and transvestites.

    The Policing Diversity Handbook – which was launched last year and is about to undergo its second edition – says: "Homosexual [is] a medical term used to criminalise lesbians, gay men and bisexuals (LGB) in the nineteenth century. The term should generally be avoided, although some older LGB people may describe themselves in this way."

    The Yard tells police officers to "question and challenge wherever possible" the "myths and stereotypes" around gay communities. These include the suggestion that lesbians are masculine and that gay men are effeminate.

    The document, which took a year of delicate negotiations to write, states:

    "The reality is that LGB people express their femininity or masculinity no differently to heterosexual men and women."

    The guidelines also challenge the "common myths" that children brought up by parents of the same sex are disadvantaged, and that gay men are more likely than the rest of the population to be HIV-positive. "The reality is that infection rates of HIV are higher among the heterosexual community than among the gay community" it says.

    The handbook will also have a section on transsexuals and transvestites. It says: "We must ensure that we treat transvestites and transsexuals with the same respect and dignity as any other member of the public." Scotland Yard is creating a category of hate crime, "transphobic crime", to cover offences against transgender people.

    Gay rights groups and gay police officers praised the guidelines. Paul Cahill, the chairman of the Lesbian and Gay Police Association, which has 600 members nationwide, said: "We are very happy with the document and its content. Its very existence is a statement."

    Linda Bellos, who jointly chairs the Yard's advisory group on gay and transgender issues, said the "invaluable" document was evidence of the improvement in relations between police and gay communities.

    Of course the term "homosexual" was used to label homosexuals.  Homosexuality was, after all, a criminal act, not merely in the 19th century but well into the second half of the 20th century in most, if not all, Western nations.  The term was an invention by homosexuals, created for precisely no other reason than to remove the criminal connotations from people afflicted with same-sex inclinations, for which at the time terms such as sodomites, pederasts and "Knabenschänder" (defiler of boys) were used.  The term homosexual was coined by a "German-Hungarian writer named Benkert (under the pseudonym, Karoly Maria Kertbeny)...in an anonymous open letter to the Prussian Minister of Justice in 1869." (Lauritzen and Thorstad:6, "The Early Homosexual Rights Movement: 1864-1935.  New York, Times Change Press, 1974)
    [Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams, in "The Pink Swastika : Homosexuality in the Nazi Party,"(1995) pp. 11, 12; Founders Publishing Corporation, ISBN 0-9647609-3-2]

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