Thursday, July 05, 2007

LifeSite Links To Hate Lit

The 4th edition of The Pink Swastika by Kevin E. Abrams is now online. In it the reader will find:

...a powerful exposure of pre-World War II Germany and its quest for reviving and imitating a Hellenistic-paganistic idea of homo-eroticism and militarism.

The Nazis were gay, in other words. That's why they were so war-like, and why they dressed so slick. Furthermore, according to Abrams, because of this connection homosexuals were the ones responsible for the Holocaust as well as the American Neo-Nazi movement.

Now, The Pink Swastika has been distributed by any number of known U.S. hate groups, including Wisconsin Christians United . What is a little more shocking is that a link to the latest version should appear on a prominent Canada-based (and supposedly mainstream) Christian news service such as The Lifesite, which is where I found it (right hand side, and scrowl down).

The Lifesite, of course, has been prominent in supporting Suzanne's "Abolish Abortion" campaign during CBC's Great Canadian Wish Contest, as well as the Canadian pro-life movements Canada’s Crossroads Walk. But you have to wonder why these people would be so eager to be associated with a web page that is willing to link to sewage.

Anyone wishing to ask the Lifesite about their linking policies can send an e-mail to


Jay said...
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Jay said...

Notice how the so-connies are quiet when they know they've been caught.

Anonymous said...

Man these people are dumb. Like Jay said, homosexuals were among the first to be sent to concetration camps. The Nazis were severely homophobic and purged gays (or alleged gays) ruthlessly from party organizations. This mania even went to the extent of Hitler for example vetoing efforts by Nazified student unions to create "comradeship houses" (like a frat house) at universities, on the theory that a bunch of guys living together might be tempted to engage in homosexual activity.

You don't know to know very much about the history of Nazi Germany to realize how ridiculous this argument is.

Anonymous said...

This is quite the little hate site itself.