The Activist’s Agenda

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The Homosexual Agenda

Author: Alan Sears, Craig Osten

Q. Craig, with the recent Supreme Court decision in Lawrence v. Texas, and an expected decision from the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts that could create gay “marriage” on American shores, the whole idea of same-sex marriage has come front-and-center in American life. But isn’t same-sex “marriage” just one part of the homosexual agenda?

A. Yes it is. The agenda of homosexual activists is basically to change America from what they perceive as looking down on homosexual behavior, to the affirmation of and societal acceptance of homosexual behavior.

It is an agenda that they basically set in the late 1980s, in a book called “After the Ball,” where they laid out a six-point plan for how they could transform the beliefs of ordinary Americans with regard to homosexual behavior — in a decade-long time frame.

Q. Now, wait a minute. We hear all the time from gay activists that “there is no such thing” as a gay agenda. They snicker at the very idea.

A. But there is an agenda. They admit it privately, but they will not say that publicly. In their private publications, homosexual activists make it very clear that there is an agenda. The six-point agenda that they laid out in 1989 was explicit:

1. “Talk about gays and gayness as loudly and as often as possible.” That was aimed at making people so tired of the issue they would want to give them anything they want to make them shut up.

2. “Portray gays as victims, not as aggressive challengers.” That’s why they exploited things like the tragic murder of Matthew Shepard. It was a tragic murder, yet they have used that and spun that to demonize people like Dr. James Dobson and other Christian leaders who have taken a biblical stand on homosexual behavior — people who have love and compassion for those trapped in that behavior.

3. “Give homosexual protectors a just cause.” That was designed to tap into and exploit the almost innate sense of fairness that Americans have; to the sympathy that we have — especially liberals have — for those who seem to be disenfranchised.

4. “Make gays look good.” That’s what they’ve done through media campaigns, through television programs, like “Will and Grace” and others, where homosexuals are portrayed as the most normal, stable people in America.

5. “Make the victimizers look bad.” They portray people of faith — people who have legitimate and biblical reasons to oppose homosexual behavior — as homophobes and bigots. They also try to “muddy the moral waters” by getting liberal churches, many of which have thrown out a great deal of the Bible, to say that homosexual behavior is just fine from a theological perspective.

6. “Get funds from corporate America.” In fact, they have. They have gotten corporate America to sign on to their agenda, and it is very interesting how they have done that. It’s based on fudging the truth — and outright lies.

By the way, the authors of “After the Ball” admit that the use of lies is perfectly fine in their struggle. Their main thing is to get people to believe them. That is all that is important.

What’s interesting is that gay activists go to corporations and say, “We are an aggrieved class; we are discriminated against.” Then, on the other hand, they go to corporate America and say, “Look how much money we have. We make double what a traditional family makes. We are a market that you want to advertise to and cater to.”

Corporate America signs on — whether for domestic partner benefits, or whatever — because they don’t want to alienate that market.

Q. You mentioned lies. Isn’t one of the lies that homosexuals really want marriage?

A. That’s one of the biggest lies. Actually, what they have said at conferences — including one international conference in London in 1999 — is that they really don’t want marriage, they want the destruction of marriage. Basically, once they get marriage, they want to redefine it — they call the concept “monogamy without fidelity.” In other words, marriage would mean that you could be with a person but say, “I can go ahead and have sex with anybody else I want, but my spouse and I live together.”

One homosexual activist said, “We can now dethrone the (traditional) family based on blood relationships, in favor of the families that we choose.”

This article can be found in entirety here.

11 Comments

  1. Heather said,

    October 17, 2008 at 11:59 pm

    OH MY GOSH! Why isn’t this printed on the front page of every newspaper? And especially the admission of using lies! All the more reason to vote yes on prop 8!

  2. beetlebabee said,

    October 18, 2008 at 5:18 am

    It’s pretty amazing that this information is freely out there, I mean, it’s published in a book, and articles have been printed in the LGBT magazines for years….so, why haven’t we heard about it? Maybe we weren’t really listening.

  3. beetlebabee said,

    October 18, 2008 at 5:23 am

    Here’s a blurb I found on another blog about the authors of the gay agenda in the gay and lesbian movement. It’s actually quite easy to find information on it once you know what you’re looking for:

    The strategy was revealed 20 years ago in a 1987 article titled, “The Overhauling of Straight America,” and a 1989 book titled “After the Ball.” In which two radicalized homosexual activists Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen published their plan. Both Kirk and Madsen were highly educated men. Kirk was a Harvard educated researcher in neuropsychiatry, and Madsen had a doctorate in politics from Harvard, and was an expert on public persuasion tactics and social marketing. (The Marketing of Evil, David Kupelian, p.23)

  4. KrazyDave said,

    October 18, 2008 at 6:27 am

    Ok, so how do we help get this information out. How can we use it to reveal to the people of California what is really going on here? In reality, this needs to go out all over our nation. How can we make this knowledge common knowlege without having it quashed by the opposition. What are our options?

  5. beetlebabee said,

    October 18, 2008 at 7:35 am

    I think the groundwork has been laid in the California fight for a huge nationwide backlash against the gay rights movement. We’ve got to do more of what we’ve been doing. Talk about it to our neighbors, write about it to the editors of our newspapers. The gay lobby has incredible amounts of money, but we have numbers on our side. The vast majority of the US wants no part of gay marriage in their state. If proposition 8 passes in California, we will have a mandate that could help turn the tide in our favor. We should use that momentum to get a constitutional amendment to the US Constitution. If we leave the decision up to the Supreme Court, there is a chance that it would lose and the price is too high to risk that. We’d see all fifty states fall at once if the Supreme Court went left on us.

    The only way to protect this nation is to specify the obvious on a national level, just like we’re doing in California. The voters will support it, the question is if our legislators will support it. The longer we wait on the issue though, the slimmer our chances get. Awareness is growing now. Now is the time to move on it.

  6. abbyearth said,

    October 18, 2008 at 6:53 pm

    Your blog is awesome! Prop. 8 is a cry for freedom for all people in America. It’s so important we unite…you, me, same-sexuals…and defend freedom by voting yes on Prop. 8. The evidence has arrived and is here for everyone to see: http://www.protectmarriage.com, http://www.isprop8fails.org, and so many websites are making the case for liberty and freedom across America for all her people. Thanks for your comments! http://www.abbyearth.wordpress.com

  7. abbyearth said,

    October 18, 2008 at 6:56 pm

    P.S. When there is organzied opposition to freedom of religion, speech, and education (including the freedoms of our children) as in the case of the opponents to Prop. 8 (evidenced in http://www.protectmarriage.com), the clarion call for the vote for freedom (yes on prop. 8) is for all Americans. http://www.abbyearth.wordpress.com

  8. beetlebabee said,

    October 18, 2008 at 8:46 pm

    Who will make the clarion call? I will. Will you?

    Chaos theory states that a single flap from a butterfly across the ocean can potentially be the seed that creates a windstorm thousands of miles away on the other side. Who knows what the starting seed will be for this effort?

    This grass roots effort is unprecedented here in California. That’s one big butterfly. We just have to point the energy in the right direction and mountains will fall.

  9. October 21, 2008 at 8:28 am

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  10. Nikolai said,

    November 13, 2008 at 11:28 am

    The entire No On 8 movement seems to have been based around the idea that the end justifies the means.

  11. Yeson8nazis said,

    November 13, 2008 at 8:58 pm

    The religious reich at it again. Playing God. Straight society needs to be fixed. You should be focusing on that. Also, what you forgot to put in your proposition was to make divorce illegal between a married man and woman.


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