5/12/15 – Cheyenne, WY – As I mentioned in a previous article, which was posted here on this blog and on my Facebook page, back in the late 1980s homosexual activists Kirk and Madsen, laid out a six-point strategy to radically change the people of the United States’ point of view of homosexual behavior.
All six have been and still are being played out in our culture. Here’s point #1: “Talk about gays and gayness as loudly and as often as possible.”
In their article, “The Overwhelming of Straight America,” they wrote, “The principle behind this advice is simple: almost all behavior begins to look normal if you are exposed to enough of it at close quarters and among your acquaintences.” This principle has been proven time and again throughout history, as inhumane and outrageous behaviors have become commonplace and ordinary. Every modern dictator has understood the principle well.
And, in the past two or three decades, there have been many newspaper articles and television shows talking about otherwise “ordinary” individuals who they claim practice homosexual behavior.
The onslaught has been relentless, especially today, with several TV shows playing up the “virtues” of homosexual and lesbian characters. This continual promotion of homosexual behavior has had one of two effects: 1) it tends to convince people that homosexual behavior is “just another lifestyle,” or 2) causes them to get so sick of the issue that they throw up their hands in disgust or exhaustion and then withdraw. (Which has happened to you?)
Either way, the homosexual activists win, because they have succeeded in convincing people that they are “just like my fishing buddy” or made them so fed up with the issue that they can no longer stand it and just say, “I’m tired. I give up. Give them what they want so they’ll be quiet.”
Kirk and Madsen, and all homosexuals, for that matter, are very aware that the unseemly side of sexual behavior – the types of sexual activity such as anal sex, fisting, etc., and their consequences – HIV and AIDS – must be suppressed in order to gain acceptance by the vast numbers of straight Americans. According to Kirk and Madsen, “the imagery of sex should be downplayed and gay rights should be reduced to an abstract social question as much as possible. Therefore, the link between the practices of homosexual behavior and pedophilia, as well as other dark sides of homosexual behavior, are intentionally suppressed or denied by homosexual/lesbian activists and their supporters.