The Hypocrites Are Finally Showing All Of Their True Rainbow Colors, except the black color, that is.
Of all the many benefits that are now coming out of the passage of Prop. 8, there is one that is more gratifying then most: Gay activist leaders are finally letting their guard down so that their well-hidden and hideous racism and bigotry is finally starting to leak out.
I always knew it was there. Before I finally left the homosexual lifestyle for good nearly ten years ago, I was a long time witness to the grave racism that drives most white-dominated gay communities. I can recall many, many gay bars that went out of their way to make black men uncomfortable and unwanted. I have seen many black men who have been cast to the curb when seeking to have their say at the table of community and political discourse within elitist homosexual circles. And although I am no longer involved in homosexuality, it still bothers me to know of the pain that black men suffer at the hands of white homosexuals, as well as in other areas of our society.
There is a reason that Planned Parenthood and the homosexual political movement are so intertwined. Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger, an avowed racist worshipper of Adolph Hitler. The ideology of Sanger and her ilk can be seen in the racism that is still a driving force within the elitist mindset of the homosexual political machine. And it is no wonder that homosexual activists have gone to great extremes to take over the civil rights movement in America so that they can gain dominance and control over the black leaders who have been historically in charge of the civil rights movement. Go to any Martin Luther King celebration and you will find white homosexual leaders, who have absolutely nothing in common with the grave injustices committed against blacks in America, running the celebrations and rememberance events.
Now, take a look at the disgusting verbage coming out of one of the gay political machine's most anti-christian bigots: Wayne Besen.
There is perhaps, no person in America who demonstrates more hatred and bigotry towards Christian Evangelicals than does Wayne Besen. Often masking his hatred by arguing that his disgust for Christians is because he claims they are so discriminatory, Besen is really a bigoted timebomb just waiting to blow up and reveal the depravity of his truely dark nature. Fortunately, Prop. 8 has now caused him to reveal that bigoted nature for all of the world to see.
In his latest rant against Prop. 8 and the African American heroes who helped pass the California Marriage Protection Amendment, Besen states some really deplorable and demeaning racist statements against the Black Community. Yet, for one who has spent years yodeling his intolerant and hateful religious bigotry, it comes as no surprise that this bigot would hit blacks below the belt as Besen has so wickedly done. And there is little doubt as to why Besen has been embraced by the closeted racist gay leaders who agree with his extremist anti-christian rhetoric. (There's that Margaret Sanger connection showing up again).
In his latest column for 365Gay.com, Wayne Besen has this to say about black voters who supported Prop. 8:
"I can understand why white gay people are angry. I certainly am.
But let’s take a step back and look at this dispassionately. I believe our failure with the African American vote (70 percent voted in favor of Prop. has more to do with education levels than race. In general, people with lower levels of education - of any race - do not vote for gay rights. White people are twice as likely to graduate college as black people. This accounts for the difference by race on Prop. 8."
Besen says that "people with lower levels of education" do not vote for gay rights.
And then there is this KKK-friendly verbage from Besen in his column:
"Uneducated people - black, white and Hispanic - often derive their power from physical strength."
"Mastah, shall I get the mule out to pick us zum cotton, sir? I'ze sure that my strength iz gonna bring uz sum sure enuff good money this year, sir."
"See boy, you ain't never gonna mount to nuthin', cause you can't be smart, just big and physical, boy. That's right! Now get on out there and bring me that cotton...boy. Hurry up, I need that cotton to make me some rainbow flags."
We now are left to wonder which chapter of the KKK does Besen belong to? The nauseating racism that comes out of this mouthpiece for the radicalized gay political machine also leaves us to ponder just how many other homosexual leaders are as equally racist as Besen clearly appears to be.
The idea that one must be of a lower education because one does not support gay rights is a thought straight out of Hitler's Nazi Germany and David Duke's Southern United States restaurant for the dining impaired. Apparently, Besen has been secretly feasting on Mein Kamp.
Furthermore, it is absolutely breathtaking in this 21st century, that anyone associated with being published by the so-called liberal media, would be supported at the same time that they imply that black voters are somehow less educated then white voters, whether it be because of the religious values they uphold, or the rules they have established when identifying a healthy family structure.
Besen just cannot control the racism that oozes from the festering void within his soul now that Prop. 8 has passed by those Christian brothas'. After divulging the bigoted inner sanctum that lies within, Wayne Besen then has the audacity to offer his "solutions" to what he sees as "the lack of education" among black voters (only those who don't support homosexuality are uneducated according to Besen -- don't you dare forget that either.)
Besen Solution: "We must air public service announcements with people like former basketball star Charles Barkley - who is a tough guy and supporter of same-sex marriage. We must show masculine African American figures who are supportive, every chance we get. "
And this deplorable and bigoted Besen Solution: "until we raise education levels, there is only so much we can do to win support of urban blacks - or rural whites."
Less anyone forget to be angry at those blacks who voted for Prop. 8, Besen offers up this racist gem:
"It is understandable that black support for anti-gay efforts drives white gay people nuts. It is difficult to understand how people affected by bigotry can promote bigotry - as if they are selfish people who learned all the wrong lessons from the civil rights movement. "
And then Besen adds this twisted reminder of how utterly idiotic his racism really is: "But, remember, uneducated people - of all races - are not students of history. They react to the environment around them, which often rewards homophobia."
The old Nazi racial elitism sought to eliminate those who they deemed to be of lesser value to humanity. As homosexual leaders like Besen continue to elevate their status through the devaluing of those who do not line up with their tyrannical ideologies, the world will begin to see the homosexual political machine increase their attacks on all groups, races and beliefs which do not bow to their "educated" standards.
If 365gay.com continues to allow the bigoted racism of Wayne Besen to continue producing a regular column on its website, then the world will have a much better look at the racist spirit that has long been a driving lane inside of homosexual communities throughout America. After all, there is no black stripe on that rainbow flag. And by the sound of it, Wayne Besen plans to keep it that way.
And thanks to Wayne Besen, we are also comforted in knowing that the gay political machine is really very dumbed down. And that is becoming more apparent as they open up their mouths to attack the very intelligent and sophisticated African American citizens who voted to pass Prop. 8.