Henry Makow, Ph.D.
November 21, 2001
Imagine that an organism is sick. Imagine that the sick cells convince the organism that they were healthy, and in fact, the healthy cells are sick. The gullible organism would just get sicker and sicker.
This is the relationship between society and homosexuals today. Gays argue that same-sex behavior is no different than being left-handed. On the other hand, they say heterosexual behavior is not natural, but socially conditioned and "oppressive." Heterosexual society and family are being ravaged. Our stupid, opportunistic and craven leaders have betrayed us. We don't even know we are at war.
Let's decide whom, in fact, is sick.
Let's look at gay behavior as defined by two gays, Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen Ph.D., authors of After the Ball: How America will Conquer its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90's(1989).
In Chapter Six, they outline "ten categories of misbehavior," drawn from their own experiences, wide reading and thousands of hours of conversation with hundreds of other gays. Their contention is that the gay lifestyle, not gay sexuality mind you, "is the pits." They want gays to improve their image by addressing "what is wrong with a lot of gays." (276)
What follows are some highlights. As you read this, ask yourself if there is another human community, including the Mafia that could make these generalizations about itself. Ask yourself if we haven't caught this disease, or at least the sniffles.
Is there any doubt that this behavior is sick? I feel no malice toward gays. I feel the same way about people who have the flu. I want them to get better and I don't want it to spread.
Unfortunately, even the authors of this book are deceiving themselves. They claim that it is the gay lifestyle and NOT gay sexuality that is "the pits." Who are they kidding? The two are inseparable.
The authors of this book are public relations experts who believe that "our problem is fundamentally one of bad image with straights." The book details "a comprehensive public-relations campaign that should go a long way towards sanitizing our very unsanitary image:"
They say "it makes no difference that the ads are lies" because "we are using them to…counter negative stereotypes that are every bit as much lies."
This book was written in 1989 and obviously a campaign similar to this has taken effect. Read what the authors say about it:
"By Conversion, we mean something far more profoundly threatening to the American Way of Life [than subversion] …We mean conversion of the average American's emotions, mind, and will, through a planned psychological attack, in the form of propaganda fed to the nation via the media. We mean…to turn their hatred into warm regard whether they like it or not." (153)
Thus gays want Americans to learn that something they naturally and justifiably regard as sick, is in fact healthy. Thus Americans will be defenseless to resist their importunities whether in parks, barracks, bathrooms or classrooms.
It is a measure of the authors' cynicism and self-deception that THEY quote psychologist M. Scott Peck, who in People of the Lie characterizes people who suffer from "malignant" narcissism simply as "evil."
Evil people, Peck says, have "an unshakable will to be right and will not consider the possibility that they are wrong…Their main weapon, interestingly enough is the lie with which they distort reality to look good to themselves, and to confuse others." (297)
Gays can continue to fool themselves. But let us not. Some of these people are evil. Their behavior is sick. And it's contagious.
Our Decaying Society
22 nov 2001