24 February, 2015

Dr. Revilo Oliver on Homosexuality, 1966

Posted by Socrates in "gay", homosexual themes, homosexuals, jewed culture, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates at 3:02 pm | Permanent Link

A few queers? Not really a problem. Hundreds of queers in high positions in our government and media? That’s a problem. But of course it’s not called a “problem” today. It’s called “normal” today. Up until 1973, homosexuality was considered to be a mental illness [1]. Queers have mental issues that go beyond matters of sexual orientation, e.g., homosexuals are much more likely to use illegal drugs, engage in risky or violent behavior, and commit child molestation and suicide.

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[1] homosexuality was listed as a mental illness in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association. Pressure from “gay activists” forced the APA to change its position on homosexuality. The pro-homosexual movement was created and led almost entirely by Jews


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  7. 5 Responses to “Dr. Revilo Oliver on Homosexuality, 1966”

    1. fd Says:

      The Jew media with Hollywood leading the way promotes being a queer as an honored way of life.

      The very deep South provocative song “Ode to Billy Joe” by southern girl Bobbie Gentry attracted the attention of Jew Herman Raucher. He wrote the novel and screenplay based on the song, reducing the theme to a queer who jumped off a bridge (his personal discovery). Bobbie Gentry said the theme of the song was indifference (she wrote the song). The Jew Raucher saw an opportunity to drag a folkish song down in the mud. He had the audacity to treat the film as a real story.

      Southern fried song, but the Jews couldn’t resist it.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nv33eaygVDQ

    2. -jc Says:

      http://www.revilo-oliver.com/news/

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      fd, I’m sure you remember another great chick country song from that era, “Harper Valley PTA” by Jennie C. Riley? Or Linda Ronstadt and the Stone Ponies’ “Different Drum”? The last really good White female singer-songwriter was Cheryl Crow.

      Dr. Oliver was a great intellect, but a bit too verbose. Reading all of that text online is a bit too much work for my eyeballs at this late hour. Brevity, as the Bard says, is the soul of wit. Most homos are probably born that way but that doesn’t excuse their repulsive behavior any more than someone who was born with criminal tendencies can be forgiven for committing crimes. If you have an inborn ABNORMALITY the last thing you should do is celebrate it.

    4. -jc Says:

      Cabaret: Tomorrow belongs to me – YouTube
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNMVMNmrqJE Cached
      Jul 02, 2007 • Classic scene from the movie Cabaret, censored for many years, [that opens with a couple of queers in a cabaret,] in which a [Hitler Youth] sings the song “Tomorrow belongs to me”, and ends hopefully …

    5. fd Says:

      Yes Linda Ronstadt sang with a beautiful voice that would melt the listener.
      Harper Valley PTA by Jennie C. Riley got a lot of air time on juke box and radio. A movie too!

      I concede that Mr. Oliver’s text above is on the long side.