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July 27, 2011

WND and Teh Gay, Today.

Something must be in the water today at Crazie Central otherwise known as World Net Daily.

I mean look what counts as breaking news over there!

The story on "The Pink Swastika" ("Everything you think you know about Nazis and homosexuals is wrong") is quite entertaining in a morbid, dumbfounding, anti-historical way. Its opening:
It's one of the most controversial books of our time. It has been shunned by libraries. It has been vilified by America's "gay" activist establishment. And no wonder: It makes a disturbing, compelling and persuasive case that homosexuals dominated the German Nazi Party from its birth through its catastrophic demise.
Really? I guess they missed these guys:

See those triangles on their uniforms? Those pink triangles tagged them as gay. Homosexuality was banned and thousands died in the camps for being gay.

And yet, according to WND, they "dominated" the Nazi party from beginning to end.

Almost makes WND's lead story seem less crazie.

Judicial Watch is suing Rachel Maddow:
A lawsuit seeking in excess of $50 million has been prepared against MSNBC and its talk-show entertainer Rachel Maddow over statements she made about a Minnesota-based ministry.
The issue according to WND:
He once made a statement on the radio criticizing his fellow Christians for not taking a stronger stand about the "gay" rights lobby promoting homosexuality in the schools. According to the ministry announcement, he made a strong reference to Muslims taking the issue more seriously in the context of Shariah law, but did not condone their practices. It was Bradlee's intent to focus attention on the issue, not to advocate harm to anyone.

Despite the very clear disclaimer by Dean on his ministries website and elsewhere regarding the false accusation that he was calling for the execution of homosexuals, according to the announcement, "MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and others seized on and accused Dean on her show of supporting the killing of homosexuals, as is the practice in some radical Islamic countries. This seriously has harmed Dean and the ministry, who pride themselves on respect and love for all people."
However, she actually pointed out Dean's own correction:
On her show, Maddow played a clip of Dean saying Muslim nations that execute gays are more moral than American Christians.

"Muslims are calling for the executions of homosexuals in America," he said on AM 1280 the Patriot. "This just shows you they themselves are upholding the laws that are even in the Bible of the Judeo-Christian God, but they seem to be more moral than even the American Christians do, because these people are livid about enforcing their laws. They know homosexuality is an abomination."

Dean says that Maddow ignored a "very clear disclaimer" on his ministry's site that he does not support killing homosexuals.

But after playing the clip Maddow noted that Dean "later clarified that he didn't really mean to sanction murder of gay people, he said, quote, 'We have never and will never call for the execution of homosexuals."
And so she's being sued for...what again?

More world class journalism from World Net Daily!

1 comment:

EdHeath said...

Apparently Ernst Rohm, the leader of the SA (the Brownshirts) that helped bring Hitler to power, spoke openly about his relations with men. Of course, Rohm and other SA personnel were killed not long after Hitler cam to power.

Amusingly, I couldn't find Rohm's name in the WND article.