Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Recognizing Rightly Rev. Moon and His Former Personality Cult Among U.S. Conservatives, But Not Seeing Another Blatant, Emerging Messiah


Recognizing Rightly Rev. Moon and His Former Personality Cult Among U.S. Conservatives, But Not Seeing Another Blatant, Emerging Messiah

By Julio Severo
How can the U.S. conservative movement be prone to false messiahs? In fact, how can a man very familiar with the influence of a false messiah among U.S. conservatives have no vision to see another messiah emerging with opportunistic and occultist ambitions among Catholic and Protestant conservatives?
Several years ago, I had long chats with a troubled Protestant who told me how the evangelical conservative movement in the U.S. was apostate and the evidence was the influence of Rev. Moon, a blatant false messiah, among them, especially because of his financial power and resources funding and “helping” them.
In fact, Rev. Moon’s influence was so incontestable that the largest conservative newspaper in America, the Washington Times, was in his hands.
Rev. Moon
The troubled Protestant, who is a fellow of the Inter-American Institute (IAI), was right. According to his own words in the chats, he was instrumental in the founding of IAI and in inviting and bringing fine minds to IAI.
IAI’s influential man is John Haskins.
Yet, his vision, which was so sharp regarding “apostate” evangelical leaders receiving money from the false messiah, was myopic regarding IAI’s internal affairs and reality.
IAI director, Brazilian philosopher Olavo de Carvalho, is hardly surpassed by Rev. Moon as far as esotericism, occultism and megalomaniac messianism are concerned.
Carvalho founded in Brazil the first school of astrologers some 30 years ago. A Carvalho’s interview with Globo, the main news conglomerate in Brazil, published in May, 25, 2000, titled “A Casual Philosopher” said of him:
“For a time, [Olavo de Carvalho] devoted himself to Islamic studies — learned Arabic and recites the Koran passages — and won an award in Saudi Arabia in 1985 for a 200-page book (unpublished) about Muhammad, wherein he used knowledge of medieval symbolics to interpret episodes from the life of the prophet. He practices Christianity, but he says he would be comfortable to profess Islam. This is because, in his view, Christianity, Islam and Judaism have basically the same goal. The existence of God is to Olavo the supreme obviousness, the founding basis of everything.”
The interview was kept for 17 years in Carvalho’s personal website but was immediately removed after the publication of my article “What Draws Olavo de Carvalho to the United States?
Today, Carvalho brazenly says in Portuguese: “Protestantism was born from hatred and blood thirst. Its Christian inspiration is ZERO.”
Nevertheless, IAI Protestant members cannot read and understand his nonsense and even foul language, because he expresses them only in Portuguese.
His anti-Protestant diatribe is brazen for his ingratitude. Even labeling himself a “Catholic” (who would be comfortable to profess Islam), he did not want to stay in Brazil, the largest Catholic nation in the world. Instead, he chose self-exile, living as an immigrant in the largest Protestant nation in the world, even though he despises Protestantism. His blatant inconsistency led me to write: “What Draws Olavo de Carvalho to the United States?
As to Haskins, his troubled soul sees U.S. evangelical churches as “apostate” but is unable to see similar spiritual deceitfulness and dishonesty in the Brazilian self-exiled immigrant he chose to head IAI.
Why is not he able to see in Carvalho the same spiritual fraudulence he rightly saw in Rev. Moon and his conservative movement in America?
Has Carvalho funded him as Rev. Moon allegedly, according to Haskins’s words, funded U.S. evangelical leaders? Has Carvalho bought his silence?
Haskins knows that Carvalho is wrong on important issues. In 2013, when Carvalho began to revile me and attack me because I disagreed with him over his strident advocacy of the Inquisition’s revisionism, Haskins, who also silently disagreed with Carvalho on this issue, magnificently helped me write an article titled “Can a Pro-Life Activist Defend The Inquisition?” Many ideas in the article, including a comparison between the abortion industry and the Inquisition, came directly from Haskins, who nevertheless did not want to be credited for his extraordinary ideas. He preferred anonymity.
Carvalho is not a lesser bragging megalomaniac than Rev. Moon was, especially as far as an exotic conservatism is concerned. Carvalho’s alleged “anti-communism” came from what he learned in the Traditionalist School, which fused anti-Marxism conservatism with New Age ideas. The Traditionalist School was founded by the Islamic esotericist René Guénon, and Carvalho was one of the main introducers of this sorcerer and his New Age ideas in Brazil. Besides, he translated into Portuguese one of Guénon’s books.
Carvalho’s spirituality is syncretic, as syncretic are usually Catholics in Brazil. This is why spiritualism, esotericism, astrology, New Age ideas and Afro-Brazilian religions similar to voodoo are so popular among Brazilian Catholics. Paulo Coelho, a Brazilian esoteric writer, has books published by HarperCollins, the biggest publishing house in the United States, and among his admirers are Will Smith, Madonna and former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Brazil is deeply esoteric and spiritualist and in this reality Coelho is just a mystic “Catholic.” Even though he is not as popular as Coelho, is it a wonder Carvalho’s considerable popularity among syncretic right-wing Catholics in Brazil?
But not only syncretic Catholics have been affected by his ideas. Fábio Blanco, one of the most passionate evangelical followers of Carvalho, even calling him a “father” in the Father’s Day, produced two revealing texts on May 2017. In one, titled “The Scientist and The Occultist,” he said, “The occultist is just a scientist.” In another, titled “Esotericism and Reformed Principles,” he complained, “In the Protestant view, there is just a simple division: believers and non-believers. To address esotericism, in this context, is impossible.”
In his search for conservative knowledge, he was engulfed by a seductive gnosis that drew him always from the Bible knowledge and the genuine conservatism the Bible produces in its readers.
Carvalho’s “philosophical” influence exhales esotericism on his Catholic and Protestant followers, drawing them away from the Bible and bringing them more and more to him and his gnostic ideas.
How cannot Haskins discern such influence?
Haskins is a very intelligent man and he has invaluable insights but his misguided vision, perhaps impaired by mysterious interests, has hindered him from seeing in Carvalho the same opportunistic and spiritually harmful conservatism he sees in Rev. Moon.
Yet, if he can accept Carvalho with his occult, mysterious and suspicious background, why cannot he accept Pat Robertson, Matt Barber, Scott Lively and other fine evangelical leaders? They are not apostate.
A self-professing Christian who does not see Carvalho’s spiritually syncretic, occult and damaging “conservatism” may be in a serious state of apostasy and, certainly, his spiritual vision is impaired.
If Robertson, Barber, Lively and other U.S. evangelical leaders are in an apostate pit, where is Carvalho? Where is Haskins?
Jesus said,
“You blind guides, straining out a gnat and swallowing a camel!” (Matthew 23:24 ESV)
Haskins has been straining out U.S. evangelical “gnats” and swallowing a Brazilian esoteric camel!
If, as Haskins believes, Rev. Moon’s influence on the U.S. conservative movement was damaging, what kind of influence does he think Carvalho has had on the Catholic conservative movement in Brazil?
How to explain that the man who is right on the false messiah in America has chosen not to see the exotic conservative messianism in a pseudo-Catholic self-exiled immigrant from Brazil?
If Carvalho’s influence on Catholic Brazilians is harmful, why has Haskins been working to extend it in America?
Recently, Carvalho launched a Brazilian movie, titled “The Garden of Afflictions,” exalting himself — a personality cult that is a typical behavior of Marxists and false messiahs as Rev. Moon, who was as conservative and anti-communist as Carvalho alleges to be. Knowingly or not, Haskins has worked to extend this Brazilian version of personality cult to America by propagandizing IAI.
The movie was directed by Josias Teófilo. One of his main occupation, before its direction, was to lecture in theosophical lodges in several Brazilian cities. In 2014, in a speech at the Sírius Theosophical Lodge in Campina Grande, he spoke about the importance of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky’s spiritualist vision. Blavatsky, a pioneer in the New Age movement and the co-founder of the Theosophical Society in 1875, was an occultist, spirit medium. So no one better than Teófilo, an esotericist, to introduce another esotericist, Carvalho.
The movie was produced thanks to the donations of Carvalho’s followers, who follow him just as Moonies follow Rev. Moon and do whatever he commands them. By the way, one of the most prominent Brazilian Moonies is José Osvaldo de Meira Penna, who is profoundly connected to Carvalho.
Carvalho’s daughter Heloisa De Carvalho Martin Arribas has publicly exposed, on a June 27, 2017 Facebook post, that there was no accountability for the donations, adding that “he who takes money from honest people and deceives them is in the least a swindler.”
Not much different from the past. Students in the old school of astrologers sued their teacher, Carvalho, for swindle.
Not much different from Rev. Moon, who also was sued for swindle.
Carvalho’s daughter confirmed, in a Facebook post, that the movement of her father is similar to Rev. Moon’s movement.
Evidently, Carvalho is not as famous, in the U.S. and internationally, as Rev. Moon is. But what is Haskins waiting to see in him the same fraudulence and personality cult he sees in Rev. Moon?
If the new messiah becomes famous in the U.S., it will be by the virtue of IAI and Haskins.
Yet, an awareness effort can help. About ten years ago, I launched a successful campaign in Brazil about Rev. Moon’s harmful influence among evangelical conservative leaders, even in the Evangelical Parliamentary Caucus. Many evangelicals were warned.
I had also been invited by Moonies to be a part of their movement, with tempting offers, and their special temptation was an official invitation for me to write in the Washington Times. I refused the invitations, because I cannot work for false messiahs.
May my new awareness effort, about an emerging messiah, be helpful to evangelicals in Brazil.

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Sunday, June 25, 2017

What Will America Gain by Making Sodomy Great?


What Will America Gain by Making Sodomy Great?

America Is Making Sodomy Great. Will Sodomy Make America Great?

By Julio Severo
In America, since her birth, to defend marriage between man and woman was normal. To defend marriage between a man and another man was completely abnormal and abhorrent.
In fact, for thousands of years, this was the universal normalcy for healthy societies. Only sick societies accepted homosexual abnormality, and they did not last long.
Yet, today is different. Hollywood and much of the U.S. system, affronting its Protestant origins, imposes universally the abnormality of homosexuality as a positive example on the whole world. Homosexual abnormality has been widespread in the U.S. society.
Empire State Building honoring sodomy
No nation on the earth has made sodomy greater than America has done. Major U.S. institutions, from Hollywood to the New York Police Department to Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon and other mega-capitalist companies, are engaged in making sodomy great. (Even New York police cars have honored sodomy.)
New York police car honoring sodomy
Can America last long by using her cultural, economic and military hegemony and supremacy to make sodomy great?
If you defend marriage between man and woman in the U.S. Congress, you are labeled abnormal and your pro-family view is treated as abhorrent by the U.S. mainstream media. Washington is abandoning the true marriage and its traditions, including its old Protestant tradition of defense of marriage and family.
Trump Hotel in Chicago honoring sodomy
In contrast, Moscow, which in communist years defended atheism and the destruction of the Russian family, has been fighting to rescue the defense of true marriage and its Christian Orthodox Church.
You can morally be lynched in the U.S. if you protest the abnormality of gay “marriage,” especially in the U.S. Congress. You are not free to treat gay “marriage” as abnormal and criminally sick in the U.S. But you are free to treat natural marriage as abnormal.
US Embassy in India honoring sodomy
In contrast, in Russia if you protest the abnormality of gay “marriage,” especially in the Kremlin, you are not morally lynched; you are praised. You are free to treat gay “marriage” as abnormal and criminally sick in Russia. But you are not free to treat natural marriage as abnormal.
Russia did not invent defense of natural marriage. It is only continuing a long and universal tradition.
One World Trade Center honoring sodomy
America did not invent defense of gay “marriage.” It is only defending what old sick societies were unable to defend for much time. It makes no difference anymore: With Obama and Trump, America makes sodomy great.
Sodom made sodomy great, but sodomy did not make Sodom great.
The Bible says,
“You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination.” (Leviticus 18:22 ESV)
“What happened to Sodom and Gomorrah and the cities near them is an example for us of the punishment of eternal fire. The people of these cities suffered the same fate that God’s people and the angels did, because they committed sexual sins and engaged in homosexual activities.” (Jude 1:7 GWV)
Sodomy came from the “sin of Sodom” — homosexuality.
US Consulate in Japan honoring sodomy
America, which had the Bible as her main guiding Book in her early days, knows that Sodom was judged and destroyed by God for the sin of sodomy and as an example to societies wishing to make sodomy great.
How does President Donald Trump expect to make America great when the U.S. society and culture are honoring the sin that destroyed Sodom?
“Make America Gay Again,” a play on Trump’s words “Make America America Again”
America can make sodomy nationally and internationally great, and she is already doing it through Hollywood and the U.S. State Department. But sodomy will never make America great.
If even Russia can have its Christian Orthodox stance against gay “marriage,” why cannot America have its traditional Protestant stance?
America does not need to follow the anti-sodomy Russian example. She can follow the example of George Washington and other great American Christian leaders who despised sodomy as repugnant.
If America wants to be great, she should despise the sin of Sodom as repugnant and follow the Book loved by the early Americans.
With photos from the DailyMail.
Portuguese version of this article: O que os EUA ganharão engrandecendo a sodomia?
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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Reading the Far Left and Its Attack on Breitbart and BarbWire: Gay Perversion, Veiled and Overt


Reading the Far Left and Its Attack on Breitbart and BarbWire: Gay Perversion, Veiled and Overt

By Julio Severo
Breitbart and BarbWire have been accused of being “homophobic.” I know what is this because I am not strange to such attacks. Between The Lines News, a gay publication in Michigan, made a selection last week (in its printed and online publication): “Creep of the Week: Julio Severo.” (Originally published in its printed version 6/15/2017, Issue 2524, Between The Lines News.)
Its reason for naming Julio Severo a “creep”? Between The Lines News said,
“In a June 12 piece on Barbwire, a website named for its unique ability to make a thinking person’s brain bleed, Severo writes, ‘The homosexual movement became active in Brazil by direct cultural effect from America, including her politics and Hollywood.’”
The U.S. homosexual Facebook page “Pride USA” also posted: “Creep of the Week: Julio Severo.” (Link: http://archive.is/LEI72)
If the accusation from Between The Lines News is local and reaches only people in Michigan, other U.S. homosexual activists have made sure that Julio Severo and other “far right-wingers” may not escape national and international attention.
In an article titled “Reading the Far Right: Homophobia, Veiled and Overt,” The Advocate focused on Breitbart and BarbWire and their columnists. Breitbart and BarbWire are websites prominent among U.S. conservatives.
The Advocate is the biggest gay magazine in America and is, in its own words, “The World’s Leading News Source for LGBT.”
Is there a “homophobic” far-right movement in the United States? According to The Advocate, Breitbart and BarbWire are two examples of American far-right extremism.
The problem The Advocate sees in Breitbart:
“Breitbart, which claims not to embrace homophobia (that claim is questionable, and it certainly is full of transphobia), is basically making the argument that the LGBT rights movement used to be OK but has descended into left-wing insanity.”
The Advocate also said:
“The conversion of the Los Angeles Gay Pride march into the anti-Trump ‘#ResistMarch’ on Sunday marked the effective end of the gay rights movement,” wrote Breitbart senior editor at large Joel B. Pollak. “Once, the gay rights movement stood for tolerance: hence the rainbow flag, which is a symbol not only of pride but also of acceptance. But the message on Sunday was that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) conservatives are unwelcome in that spectrum — and are, in fact, aiding the enemy.”
Pollak contended that the movement has changed “from a force for liberation into a tool for repression.”
Breitbart’s stance defending supposedly “conservative” homosexuals who are not welcome in the homosexual movement is not conservative or even Christian. Even so, The Advocate managed to find “lots of overt homophobia” in its “reading of the far-right media” — Breitbart!
The Advocate has a hard time accusing Breitbart of being “far right,” if this means “far conservative,” because one of Breitbart’s former editors, Milo Yiannopoulos, is openly homosexual.
Breitbart would have a hard time to label itself conservative, because genuine U.S. conservatism, especially evangelical conservatism (which is the most prevalent Christian conservatism in America), sees nothing conservative in homosexuality.
Breitbart’s idea that the LGBT rights movement used to be OK is nonsense. Since the days of Alfred Kinsey, who had malicious intent and helped the homosexual movement more than 60 years ago with his malicious sex “studies” (and his “ten percent population is homosexual” hoax, debunked by Dr. Judith Reisman), malicious intent is an integral part of the gay agenda’s history. So Breitbart is terribly mistaken on his view of homosexuality.
What is The Advocate’s problem with BarbWire?
The Advocate said:
“For a look at homophobic and transphobic religious right ideology, one has to go no further than BarbWire, which purports to offer a biblical worldview. It carried a column last week by Robert Oscar Lopez, pulling out the old canard that LGBT people are out to ‘recruit’ children.”
The Advocate is right about BarbWire offering a biblical worldview. Without such worldview, there is no real conservatism. And, yes, the homosexual movement is always preying on children. Or did we forget how revolted they are when parents try to protect their own children from predatory homosexuality?
In 2013, Russia approved a law banning homosexual propaganda to children and adolescents. Hell (Obama and his wicked State Department) was unleashed on Russia. There was a massive revolt from homosexual activists in the U.S. and Europe. Their revolt made appear that Russia had approved capital punishment for homosexuals.
After the ban, The Advocate sarcastically announced that its 2014 Person of the Year was Vladimir Putin, seen by Patheos, an American atheist website, as “the horrifically homophobic president of Russia and a committed opponent of all things pro-LGBT.”
For homosexual activists in the U.S. and Europe, a ban on homosexual propaganda to children is akin to killing homosexuals! The homosexual movement cannot see itself away from children.
Even today, Putin is attacked just because of the ban. Last Sunday, one of the world’s largest Gay “Pride” Parades in São Paulo, Brazil, depicted mockingly Putin as a “drag queen.”
In 2014, when I participated in a pro-family event at the Kremlin, Moscow, the American participants were fearful because U.S. homosexual activists were pressuring the Obama’s State Department to investigate them over their participation in this event. After all, Russia was suffering sanctions from Obama and his left-wing administration.
Not much has changed. Trump’s State Department has increased the Obama sanctions against Russia and has recognized June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Pride Month — continuing the tradition of Obama’s State Department.
The U.S. government has not changed in its defense of homosexual interests against Russia, which has kept its ban on homosexual propaganda to children.
What did Robert Oscar Lopez say that infuriated The Advocate? He said “that recruiting children into the LGBT identity, and then locking them into it, is fundamental to the LGBT community’s survival.”
A ban on such recruiting is fundamental, but the U.S. coercive homosexual tactics, including with government assistance, have relentlessly chastised Russia. With such attitude, the U.S. government shows clearly that it will never protect children from predatory homosexuality.
The Advocate also said:
“In another column published by BarbWire last week, theology professor John Barber (it’s not clear if he’s related to site founder Matt Barber) asserted that there’s no such thing as a gay Christian — even a gay person who refrains from acting on same-sex desires, he said, can’t be a real Christian, because Jesus would have taken those desires away. ‘Without the dominion of sin being broken, the picture of the gay Christian is equivalent to a unicorn sighting,’ Barber wrote.”
That concept is rejected even by some Christian denominations that don’t approve of same-sex relationships, such as the Roman Catholic Church and the Mormon Church, which say a gay, lesbian, or bisexual person can be faithful to the church’s doctrine by remaining celibate.
Pause. If the Catholic Church really believes this way, this certainly explains the massive numbers of homosexual Catholic priests abusing boys! The Advocate added:
It’s also certainly contrary to the experiences of those who identify as gay and Christian. And some mainline Christian denominations are far more accepting, with the Episcopal Church, Presbyterian Church (USA), Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and more offering church marriages to same-sex couples.
Apparently, The Advocate ignores the word apostasy, which is guided by a wicked and sick worldview. The Advocate ignores that the author of apostasy and the acceptance of homosexuality among Christian churches is Satan and his demons. The Advocate also ignores that the Author of all condemnation of homosexuality in the Bible is not man. It is God.
I like very much BarbWire’s biblical worldview. Sadly, Breitbart has not such worldview.
The Advocate’s worldview? Its inspiration comes the same author that causes apostasy among Christian churches.
Also, The Advocate did not forget me. It said:
Oh, and yet another BarbWire contributor, Julio Severo, spent a recent column excoriating Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for recognizing June as LGBT Pride Month. And even though Trump hasn’t issued a proclamation for Pride Month or scheduled a reception for it (as Obama did every year of his presidency), Severo saw Trump as complicit in the dreaded “homosexual agenda.”
“The same homosexual principles that drove U.S. diplomacy under Obama now drive the U.S. diplomacy under Trump,” Severo wrote. “The only difference is that while Obama was vocal about these principles, Trump gives a tacit support, by allowing his own administration to speak for himself. If the saying ‘silence means assent’ is correct, Trump’s ‘silence’ is a message.”
Oh, and by “homosexual principles” he seems to mean the condemnation of anti-LGBT persecution around the world. “Obama used the U.S. government to lead the world, by his bad example, into accepting the homosexual lifestyle as normal,” Severo commented. “By tacit or explicit support, the Trump administration is leading the world in the same bad example.” Severo also gave credence to the hate-fueled stereotype that gay people prey on children.
If I condemned Obama’s State Department for its homosexual propaganda, why should I spare Trump’s State Department over the same propaganda?
Regarding a “stereotype that gay people prey on children,” gay “conservative” Milo Yiannopoulos lost his job as a Breitbart editor after his interests in pedophilia were exposed.
Homosexuals, even “conservative” homosexuals, have a special interest in children. Yiannopoulos has proved it.
If there were no connection between homosexuality and sex abuse of boys, the Catholic Church would have no scandal of homosexual priests abusing boys.
This is not the first time The Advocate attacks me. In 2011 The Advocate criticized me because I defended a child and her biological mother against a homosexual predator. You can read the whole story here: “World’s biggest gay magazine: no compassion and tolerance for a former lesbian and her daughter.”
Yet, what is The Advocate’s reason for depicting BarbWire and Breitbart as “far right”? Some 40 years ago a conservative publication hiring open homosexual Milo Yiannopoulos as an editor would be seen as far liberal and far left-wing.
The U.S. culture has changed and rotted so much that homosexualists have become excessively demanding. Forty years ago, you were labeled a leftist and homosexualist if you only supported gay “marriage” without subscribing to every other tenet of the homosexual gospel.
Today, if you subscribe to every homosexual tenet, including on “marriage” and adoption, but disagrees on coercive homosexual tactics, you are labeled “far right-winger,” “fascist” and “Nazi.” For The Advocate’s nasty worldview, if you do not support totally, in every point, the gay agenda, you are not friend. You are enemy. This reality is also applicable to Trump, who has let his State Department promote homosexual propaganda but he disagrees on coercive homosexual tactics. Trump has become an enemy not because he fights the gay agenda (which in fact he does not fight), but just because he has not satisfied all wishes from homosexualists and their agenda.
Even though Breitbart and Trump may hire thousands and thousands of copies of Milo Yiannopoulos, Peter Thiel and other “conservative” homosexuals, The Advocate and other far-left-wing activists will keep accusing them of “homophobic,” “far right-wing,” “fascist” and, of course, their favorite insulting label: “Nazi.”
By the way, according to German author and professor Lothar Machtan, in his book “The Hidden Hitler” (Basic Books, 2001), Adolf Hitler was a homosexual. In his book “The Pink Swastika” (Veritas Aeterna, 1995), author Scott Lively contends that many Nazi leaders were homosexual.
Hitler and his Nazi movement were what the U.S. homosexual movement is today. Oppressive, repressive and dictatorial. But they accuse real conservatives of what homosexualists are.
I disagree with Breitbart’s compromised stance against the gay agenda and I agree with BarbWire’s biblical stance, but if for The Advocate “far right” means radicalism against homosexuals and if BarbWire and Breitbart, which do not kill homosexuals or endorse their killing, are “far right,” what are Saudi Arabia and other Islamic nations that kill homosexuals?
If The Advocate is concerned about real radicalism against homosexuals, it should make a list of Islamic nations that kill homosexuals. It should pressure Trump and his State Department to do to Saudi Arabia and other Muslim nations that kill homosexuals just as what Obama’s State Department did to Russia and what Trump’s State Department does to Russia: sanctions, sanctions and more sanctions.
Yet, Obama had no such concern. Trump also has not. And what has The Advocate done? After condemning BarbWire and Breitbart, and sparing all Islamic nations, The Advocate condemned NRATV — the National Rifle Association’s online video channel — and other conservative channels for saying that a Muslim committed the worst terrorist attack on U.S. homosexuals — the mass shooting at Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando June 12, 2016.
If it was not a Muslim, who was? BarbWire and Breitbart? Julio Severo?
For The Advocate, is it impossible for Muslims to be responsible for terror attacks against homosexuals? In contrast, is it impossible for BarbWire and Breitbart not to be culprit of “homophobia”?
This is sheer insanity and hypocrisy: To condemn the innocent and spare the culprit!
Trump needs to understand what Obama did not understand: the intrinsically dishonest and Nazi nature of the homosexual movement.
He needs BarbWire’s worldview, not Breitbart’s worldview, guiding his administration. And he should stop his administration from doing what Obama did: to bully Russia over its ban on homosexual propaganda to children.
Putin is right. Russia is right. A ban on homosexual propaganda to children is necessary.
BarbWire and its conservative biblical worldview are right. A ban on recruiting children into the LGBT identity is fundamental.
Yet, while Russia under Putin has successfully implemented its ban on homosexual propaganda to children, the Trump administration and its State Department have given no room for implementing BarbWire’s conservative biblical worldview to ban recruiting children into the LGBT identity.
Trump needs BarbWire in his administration. If he embraces BarbWire and its biblical worldview, The Advocate will certainly name him Person of the Year.
Conservative Christians will name him Protector of Children forever!
Breitbart’s worldview, which embraces the illusion of a conservative homosexuality, is insufficient to defeat The Advocate’s far left-wing worldview and its veiled and overt gay perversion. But BarbWire’s worldview, which is biblical, not far right, is more than enough.
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