7 July, 2021

The Straight Dope on Homosexuality

Posted by Socrates in "gay marriage", "gay pride", "gay", Cultural Marxism, Eugene Kamenka, global citizens, global citizenship/world citizenship, homosexual themes, homosexuals, Marxism, Marxism and equality, Marxism as anti-White, socialism, socialism-to-communism transformation at 2:10 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: the Jewish Marxist Eugene Kamenka).

by Elizabeth McCaw.

(The pro-homosexual movement is Cultural Marxism, i.e., “leveling” or “equalizing” society, making every human equal to the next one. This wipes out “White male hegemony” which is the end goal of all forms of Marxism/socialism. Eugene Kamenka said it himself: that Marxism seeks to create a global man, one-size-fits-all, which means that White males will no longer be “first in the pecking order” but instead just part of the riff-raff [1]).


“Is homosexuality a perversion? If not, is it entirely normal? Almost normal?

These days, the very idea of perversion is out of fashion. The Washington Post would probably use the word only to describe an intense desire to balance the budget or enforce immigration laws.

However, a practical, even scientific definition of sexual perversion begins by defining the objects of normal, healthy reproductive desire. Wanting to have sex with anything that falls outside that definition is perversion.

Obviously, reproductive desire should be for another person. This means that sexual desire for trees or goats or ladies’ shoes is perversion. Sexual desire should also be for a live human being, which rules out dead people. And the live human beings should be at least of reproductive age, so wanting sex with children is also perverted.

But what do all these excluded objects of desire have in common? They are a complete dead end. For someone’s reproductive drives to be oriented toward children or rocks or goats or dead people is perverse because a reproductive urge in any of those directions is bound to fail. It’s an evolutionary absurdity.”



[1] “In the name of science and of man it (Marxism) seeks to transcend the specific divisions of climate, race and creed, of nation-state and language-group, in order to chart a common future for mankind.” —- from the book “The Ethical Foundations of Marxism” by Jewish/Marxist scholar Eugene Kamenka (1928-1994), 1962; from the Preface to the Japanese edition, 1965.

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