The Most Dangerous Word Of All
One day later, and I am still basking in the SCOTUS “Sanity vs Sodom” victory. I have tried to remember another judicial reversal for the Gaystapo of this magnitude, but I cannot recall any.
But then I remembered something different and now almost forgotten: the defeat of so-called same-sex marriage proposals in 38 cases out of 38 in state ballots in the US.
Even in these disgraceful times, normal people have refused to embrace absurdity in 38 cases out of 38; before it was decided, by pure judicial activism first in California (by a sodomite judge who did not think one moment of recusing himself), and then up to the Supreme Court, that normal human beings are homophobic, haters and enemies of human rights.
You can pervert entire generations, making them think that perversion is normal; but it will take an awfully long time, and the simple appeal of sanity will be a constant threat to the status quo promoted by the SS officers of politically correct madness.
What happened yesterday is not a reversal of the dire situation in which we live, but it is an earthquake living a pile of rubble where a huge “pride” monument, believed indestructible, used to stand. God willing, more earthquakes will come, and this satanic “movement” will, one day, be thrown the dustbin of history together with abortion, both distant memories of a mad, godless era.
Still, we must all do our duty, and we can all give a contribution in our little way. I suggest one simple way that is not difficult at all, but very effective: stop using that most pernicious, lying, dangerous word of all: “gay”.
It’s “homosexual” if you speak about the orientation, and “sodomite” if you speak about the practice. “Gay” means “happy”, “debonair”, “in a good mood”, “free of cares”.
Calling homos “gay” is the worst misnomer in the western language. It also actively helps them to spread their ideology and make it appear harmless. It embraces the language of the enemy even when it seems to criticise him.
Ditch that stupid word. It’s the language of perdition.