22 February, 2022

The Truth About the Homosexual Movement

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, homosexual themes, homosexuals at 2:21 pm | Permanent Link

Liberals love to use the word “democracy.” It’s their favorite word. They use it every day. Too bad the liberals don’t actually believe in democracy (i.e., deciding an issue by voting on it). How do we know that? Here’s how:

Homosexuals make up 3% of the U.S. population. Hard-core leftists make up another 8% of the population. “Regular” left-wing activists make up another 10% (although this group seems much bigger, thanks to the media).

So, roughly 20% of the U.S. population is telling 80% of the population what we are, and are not, going to do, re: homosexuals. “You’re going to hire queers, and embrace queers, and you’re going to fly the rainbow flag, and you’re going to use the sex/gender terminology that we want you to use (e.g. ‘gay’)” and so on and so forth. They give the orders and we are expected to obey them. We didn’t get to vote on the radical homosexual agenda. We were expected to embrace it without any protest. The “tail is wagging the dog”: crazy tail (20%) wags normal dog (80%).

Thanks to the fools on the U.S. Supreme Court, ever since 2020, we cannot legally “discriminate” against homosexuals in the workplace, even if we own the workplace! [1].

Is that democratic? No. Homosexuals were forced upon the public.


[1] In Bostock v. Clayton County (decided June 15, 2020), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that anti-homosexual discrimination violates the federal law against discrimination in the workplace. The fact that most workplaces are private property seems not to matter at all. Trivia: all civil-rights laws in America are based on the 14th Amendment, which wasn’t ratified properly in 1868. In other words, that 2020 ruling was unconstitutional and the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 was also unconstitutional. That horrible 1964 law came from Jewish activists, e.g., Emanuel Celler and Arnold Aronson.

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