Sunday, June 30, 2019

Putin Fires New Broadside against Western Liberalism, But Trump Does Not Understand that the Gay Ideology Is Part of the Liberal Ideology


Putin Fires New Broadside against Western Liberalism, But Trump Does Not Understand that the Gay Ideology Is Part of the Liberal Ideology

By Julio Severo
Russian President Vladimir Putin fired a new broadside against Western liberalism, saying that policies such as welcoming Islamic immigrants have hurt people’s interests and that the LGBT propaganda aggressively enforces its point of view on others, proselytizing children.
Speaking after the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan, Putin said that Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election is rooted in growing public dismay with mainstream liberal policies.
He said Trump’s election victory was driven by growing disenchantment with liberal policies.
“The liberal idea has started eating itself,” Putin said at a news conference. “Millions of people live their lives, and those who propagate those ideas are separate from them.”
He also charged that the influx of Islamic immigrants to Europe has infringed on people’s rights. “People live in their own country, according to their own traditions, why should it happen to them?” Putin said.
The Russian leader added that while “liberal ideas remain attractive as a whole” for ideologists, election results show that people want change.
Putin hailed his meeting with Trump on the sidelines of the G-20 summit as “business-like and pragmatic.”
“We addressed almost the entire list of issues of mutual concern,” he said. “Of course, we talked about the situation in various parts of the world. Overall, these consultations were useful.”
He also responded to criticism from gay singer Elton John, who accused Putin of duplicity after he offered a critical view of the Western emphasis on LGBT rights.
“I deeply respect him, he is a musical genius and we all love his performance, but I believe he’s mistaken,” Putin said.
John and the filmmakers of his biopic “Rocketman” have sharply criticized a Russian distributor’s decision to remove scenes from the new movie featuring gay sex and drug use.
Putin argued that Russia’s ban on LGBT propaganda among children is aimed at protecting them from aggressive proselytizing by the LGBT activism.
“Let a person grow up first before making a choice,” Putin said. “Let the children in peace.”
He said that “our attitude to the LGBT community is absolutely calm and unbiased,” but added that “this part of community aggressively enforces its point of view on others.”
When the Russian law banning gay propaganda was approved in 2013, U.S. left-wing President Barack Hussein Obama attacked Russian resistance against the gay ideology and U.S. homosexual groups complained that such law would make impossible for homosexual indoctrination in Russian schools.
Putin’s broadside against Western liberalism was understood by conservatives around the world, but Trump’s response during a press conference after the G-20 Summit showed that the president was apparently unaware of what the phrase “Western liberalism” means.
One question, posed by Peter Baker of the New York Times, referenced a recent interview Putin gave the Financial Times, in which the Russian president said the “liberal idea” has “outlived its purpose” and “become obsolete.” Baker asked Trump if he agreed with Putin that “western-style liberalism” is obsolete and no longer relevant to today’s world.
Trump said he hadn’t seen Putin’s comments, but noted that he “may feel that way” because he sees what’s going on in cities, such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, that are governed by liberal administrations.
Evidently, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other U.S. cities are suffering the devasting economic effects of liberal policies. But as far as the homosexual ideology is involved, this is not a problem only of these cities. It is a problem pervasive throughout the U.S. society.
However, Trump seemed not have to understood that Putin’s broadside against Western liberalism included also a broadside against the gay ideology. In fact, Trump did not understand that the gay ideology is an inseparable part of Western liberalism.
I could add that Trump has a lot to learn from Putin about the gay ideology as a liberal plan to destroy the family in America and around the world. But this is not necessary. Long before Putin, America has the finest Christian leaders fighting against this ideology.
Scott Lively, Peter LaBarbera, Mike Heath and other Americans can help Mr. Trump understand how entrenched the gay ideology, which involves the homosexual indoctrination of children, is in the Western liberalism.
While Trump saw nothing wrong in Putin’s comments against liberalism and conservative Christians appreciated the positive points, more politically-minded individuals were suspicious of everything Putin said. Author Diana West said, “No, for the billionth time, he’s NOT a conservative. Can you say #Deception? Putin revels in everything multiculturalism (cultural Marxism) has done to ruin US, much of it originating in Moscow. Putin Says Multiculturalism is ‘No Longer Tenable.’”
People who see Russian communist conspiracies all the time use to charge that rampant immorality in America today it is because of Moscow.
Yet, such charges are not based on reality. For example, according to a DailyMail report, Washington D.C. in 1890s had a reign of prostitution. This was the capital of the most Protestant nation in the world, when Protestantism was much higher than today in the American nation. And there was no Soviet Union.
The DailyMail report said, “The White House’s neighbors in 1890s included 108 brothels and 50 saloons.” Prostitution was rampant around the White House more than one century ago.
Comstock also fought against Margaret Sanger, the founder of the modern abortion movement in the U.S. and around the world, when there was no Soviet Union.
In 1915, when there was no Soviet Union, in the book edited by R. A. Torrey, “The Fundamentals — A Testimony to the Truth,” Professor Charles R. Erdman said,
“The sudden rise of Socialism is the most surprising and significant movement of the age. A few years ago the term suggested a dream of fanatics; today it embodies the creed and the hope of intelligent millions. For example, in America the Socialistic vote increased from 20,000, in 1892, to 900,000 in 1912.”
The Soviet Union was born in 1917, aided by American capitalists who wanted to overthrow the Russian czar, according to the book “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: The Remarkable True Story of the American Capitalists Who Financed the Russian Communists,” by Antony C. Sutton, published in 1974.
In 1918, Bernard Baruch, chairman of the National War Industries Board under President Woodrow Wilson during World War I, said,
“We are living today [in the United States] in a highly organized state of socialism. The state is all; the individual is of importance only as he contributes to the welfare of the state.”
So when the Soviet Union was born in 1917, American officials were already aware that socialism was dominant in the U.S. society.
Nevertheless, there is a right-wing mania today to blame Russia for all American problems, as if America by herself were completely incapable of sinning. What happened to the Total Depravity Doctrine believed by the Pilgrims?
In fact, even conservative Republican administrations cause massive global problems. In 1974 the U.S. government under conservative Republican Gerald Ford produced, under CIA and USAID direction, the most destructive population control document ever devised by any government: NSSM 200.
NSSM 200 was inspired in Planned Parenthood, founded by Sanger. Who is to blame for the most destructive antifamily paper produced by a Republican administration? The Soviet Union?
In any case, in my answer to Diana West I tweeted,
“There is the stupid left-wing victimism, which blames society for all evils. And there is the parallel stupid right-wing victimism, which blames Russians for all evils in America, which had already a robust Social(ist) Gospel since the 1860s. Sadly, both victimisms are robust.”
Victimhood is a better word than victimism, but the reality remains: Putin has raised a very good point by attacking the gay ideology and Trump showed that he does not understand anything about the homosexual implications of the liberal ideology.
Perhaps this is the reason Trump has launched his recent campaign to make homosexuality legal around the world. He just does not understand that by doing this he is also advancing the liberal ideology.
I hope Mr. Trump may invite to the White House Scott Lively, Peter LaBarbera and Mike Heath, who can teach him that the gay ideology has everything to do with the liberal ideology and nothing to do with real conservatism.
I also hope, according to his 2016 plan of a partnership with Russia against Islamic terrorism, he may add a partnership with Russia against the homosexual propaganda to children and teens around the world.
With information from the Associated Press and Newsweek.
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