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By David A. Noebel
On March 21, 2013, there was a fundraiser held in New York for the National Lesbian & Gay Journalist Association, or NLGJA. It was sponsored by all the major news organizations and then some including: Fox News, CBS News, NBC Universal, CNN, JetBlue, Bloomberg, the New York Times, General Motors and Eli Lilly and Company.
Jenna Wolfe of NBC’s “Today Show” used the occasion to announce that she and her lesbian partner, Stephanie Gosk, an NBC News correspondent, were getting married, and that she was already pregnant.
The homosexual movement is presently being financed by the Gay Mafia, which includes such heavy hitters as Timothy Gill of Denver and, of course, George Soros. Time magazine’s “The Gay Mogul Changing U.S. Politics” was referring to Tim Gill. While Gill is financing “OutGiving,” Soros is funding “New Beginning Initiative.”
Most of the sexual antics performed by homosexuals upon each other are too disgusting to describe in a family oriented publication, but on March 31, 2013, we are informed that “the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the kabuki-inspired cross-dressing nuns-of-fun, hosted their 34th Easter Sunday at Dolores Park.” They sponsored a “Hunky Jesus” contest, and Time magazine added to the desensitizing agenda by featuring a cover story showing two white homosexual couples kissing.
How the United States of America could twice elect a pro-homosexual president and even think of marriage for his GLBTQAI (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning/queer, allied/asexual and intersexed) family needs to be set in historical perspective. The following is a 4,000-year look on how we arrived at the 2013 moral, legal and political fiasco and proves once again that there is nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9).
Genesis 19:4, 5 (2,000 B.C.):
“Before they went to bed, the men of the city of Sodom, both young and old, the whole population surrounded the house. They called out to Lot and said, ‘Where are the men who came to you tonight? Send them out to us so we can have sex with them!”
“In the same way, Sodom and Gomorrah and the cities around them committed sexual immorality and practiced perversions.”
Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.):
“Alexander had many of the qualities of a homosexual, and loved Hephaestion to madness. … When the [Greek] army was in Ecbatana his dearest companion fell sick and died. The two often shared one tent, and drank from one cup; in battle they fought side by side. Now the King, feeling that half of him had been torn away, broke down in uncontrolled grief. He lay for hours upon the corpse, weeping; he cut off his hair in mourning, and for days refused to take food. He ordered a gigantic funeral pile to be erected in Hephaestion’s memory, at a cost; we are told, of ten thousand talents ($60 million), and sent to inquire of the oracle of Ammon whether it was permitted to worship Hephaestion as a god. In his next campaign a whole tribe was slain, at his orders, as a sacrifice to Hephaestion’s ghost,” Will Durant, “The Life of Greece,” P. 540, 551.
Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.):
“Back again in Rome, he [Caius Julius Caesar] divided his energies between politics and love. He was handsome, though already worried about his thinning hair. When Cornelia died (68) he married Pompeia, granddaughter of Sulla. As this was a purely political marriage, he did not scruple to carry on liaisons in the fashion of his time, but in such number and with such ambigendered diversity that Curio (father of his later general) called him ‘the husband of every woman and the wife of every man,'” Will Durant, “Caesar and Christ,” P. 168.
Marquis de Sade (1740-1814 A.D.):
“If anyone can make the claim that he fired the first shot in the sexual revolution, it is the Marquis de Sade.” E. Michael Jones, “Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control,” P. 20.
“Taken on the literal level, texts like “Justine” celebrate characters like Dolmance and Rodin, who have liberated themselves from religion and morals, and, as a result, engage in any and all sexual activity free from guilt,” Jones, P. 27.
“de Sade seethed and fermented with sexual imagery and desires. … After an affair involving four girls, he was sentenced to death at Aix-en-Provence (1772) for ‘crimes of poisoning and sodomy. He escaped, was captured, escaped, committed further enormities, fled to Italy, returned to France, was arrested in Paris, was imprisoned in Vincennes (1778- 84), in the Bastille, and at Charenton (1789). Will and Ariel Durant, “The Age of Napoleon,” P. 132.
“These were novels “Justine” and “Juliette”] of sexual experience, normal and abnormal; the author preferred the abnormal, even to deriving erotic pleasure from the infliction of pain; in this last sense he became immortal with a word [sadomasochism]. He spent the last years of his life in various prisons, wrote clever plays, and died in the insane asylum at Charenton,” Durant, P. 132.
Michel Foucault (1926-1984):
“Foucault, who died of AIDS in June 1984 at the age of fifty-seven, has long been a darling of the same upper-chic academic crowd that fell for deconstruction,” Roger Kimball, “Experiments Against Reality,” P. 238.
“At the time of his death Foucault was ‘perhaps the single most famous intellectual in the world’ – famous, at least, in American universities, where arguments about sex and power are pursued with risible fecklessness by the [shaggy] and untidy,” Kimball, P. 238.
“Self-destruction, in fact, was another of Foucault’s obsessions, and [James] Miller [author of “The Passion of Michel Foucault”] is right to underscore Foucault’s fascination with death. In this, as in so much else, he followed the lead of the Marquis de Sade, who had long been one of his prime intellectual and moral heroes,” Kimball, P. 240.
“But his great innovation in this book is to seize what was most vicious and perverted about Foucault – his addiction to sadomasochistic sexual practices – and to glorify it as a courageous new form of virtue,” Kimball, P. 240, 241.
Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979):
“Among the many articulations of false [sexual] freedom that were published in those years [1960s], none was more influential than Herbert Marcuse’s Marxist-Freudian tract, “Eros and Civilization” (1966). Eagerly embraced by countercultural enthusiasts who wanted to believe that heating up their sex lives would hasten the demise of capitalism and bring forth the millennium, it outlines a portentous struggle … against ‘the repressive order of procreative sexuality,'” Roger Kimball, “Experiments Against Reality,” P. 242, 243.
“If procreation was the purpose of sex, we must now, according to radicals from Herbert Marcuse on down, foster a sexuality that has emancipated itself from the ‘tyranny of procreative eros’ in order to champion what Marcuse called ‘polymorphous perversity,” Kimball, P. 298, 299.
“It was nonsense, Erich Fromm suggested, to think that certain sexual perversions included in Marcuse’s advocacy of ‘polymorphous perversity’ could be reconciled with any real civilization. Sadism and coprophilia [two homosexual practices] to name two, were sick under any circumstances,” Martin Jay, “The Dialectical Imagination,” P. 111.
From Sodom and Gomorrah in Old Testament times to Sodom-on-the-Hudson and Gomorrah-on-the-Potomac in recent times, nothing has changed for the homosexual family. The homosexual revolution is seeking to capture another morally weak victim – the United States of America. All who stand in its way are already labeled bigots, homophobic and enemies of science and progress.
For anyone thinking this is too improbable, I close with a challenge: Read the following two works carefully: Michael L. Brown’s “A Queer Thing Happened to America” and Dennis Altman’s “The Homosexualization of America.”
David A. Noebel is past president of Summit Ministries and president of Christian Anti-Communism Crusade.