That’s the answer to Billy Beck’s question.
I’ve criticized your religion, certainly your politics, and the inconsistency behind the idea of women’s equality. Why not criticize your thoughts on homosexuality?
We’re not supposed to talk about it, right? It’s a taboo subject. For one thing we’re supposed to shut up out of fear– fear of being ostracized as a ‘gay’ basher or a homophobe. So when a man sees another man raping a boy, he clams up. If he’d beat the shit out the rapist as he should have done, he’d be the one charged with a crime and no one would say anything in his defense for fear of being labeled a ‘gay’ basher. Same as when a black, homosexual, Democrat man in Congress (probably the most protected class of humans, unless you’re talking of a black, lesbian Muslim extremist) running a homosexual prostitution ring in his basement. What? I suppose you’re a racist homophobe with a political agenda. Shut up. You Suck if you criticize this hard-working American who cares about kids, the poor, race relations, union workers and the environment, you racist homophobe. Neanderthal!
Sure; the witness should have done the right thing and kicked the rapist’s ass, even if he knew full well that he’d be the one prosecuted. But our cultural insanity makes doing the right thing just that much more difficult. And that, I submit, was the whole purpose of what I will call the insanity movement the first place– what’s good is bad and what’s bad is good. What’s wrong is right and what’s right is wrong.
How else do you get 300 to 400 million people to tolerate being treated like sheep?
I put the word “gay” in scare quotes because it doesn’t mean what most people today think it means. I try to use the language properly, so using “gay” to mean homosexual requires the quotation marks. He’s a bit “queer” is of course a euphemism. Lots of things are queer, but we’ve lost track of the word’s meaning. “Gay” is the same sort of euphemism, as is “fag”, as applied to a homosexual. If we’re going to use the terms in their true meanings, or understand them when we encounter them in classic literature, we have to be aware of this, and talk about it. So there you have it. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to suck on one of the nice faggots I usually keep with me right now. And by the way; I suppose I could sue you if you criticize me for smoking. If it’s an addiction, or a disease, you’d be harassing or “bashing” a person with a disability. Shut up. You have no right to talk about it unless you give me lots of money. Oh, and stop taxing me because of my disease. Would you propose a tax on “gays” who get AIDS? Shut up. Now I’m thinking of closing comments because no one is supposed to talk about any of this stuff. Shut up.