Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Is the Sodomy Suppression Act a hoax?

Wesley Pruden at the Washington Times is monitoring the heart rate of social liberals in California where, according to media reports, gays are being threatened with becoming casualties of the "Sodomite Suppression Act" which may soon be put on the ballot there:
Life can be good inside a bubble, where the sun always shines, life is a bowl of cherries and it comes with whipped cream and no calories. You could ask almost anyone in San Francisco, where the only disappointment inside the lavender bubble is among the gay caballeros who don’t get to carry the six-foot papier-mache penis to lead the annual Gay Pride Parade.
Of course the measure, which calls for the execution of gays, has exactly zero chance of going anywhere. But the actual threat of something is completely irrelevant when it comes to promoting the idea that gays are an oppressed class.
Nobody outside the lavender bubble takes such nonsense (or tasteless joke) to be a serious threat to life, liberty and the pursuit of gaiety.
In fact as far as I can tell, it isn't really gays who are hyping this effort as some kind of real danger to life and limb so much as it is the all-gay-all-the-time mainstream media who are always on the lookout for stories that reinforce their narrative that gays are an oppressed class of people who can't walk the street for fear of being beat up, rather than a class of people who regularly swept up in a wave of adulation for being gay.

Which is kind of ironic, if you think about it, since gays are not supposed to have any choice in their sexual orientation.

Actually, if I were a gay, I would be embarrassed by the absurdity of the media coverage of gay issues. Notice that you very rarely hear actual gays panicking about these kinds of things as much as you hear it from liberal journalists preening before the cameras as they officially condemn the sexual reactionaries threatening to undermine the Great Sexual Leap Forward that is even now bringing about a sexual utopia in which everyone will be considered (despite their obvious and undeniable biological differences) exactly the same and anyone will be able to do anything to anyone in any orifice they like.

I think this is discussed somewhere in John Lennon's song "Imagine," as well as in the U.S. Constitution, two works which, for liberals, are indistinguishable.

The media voices spouting their Diversity propaganda (squelching dissent as they go) need an enemy, even if they have to invent one, as whoever the Orange County attorney is who has made it easy for them in this case. It is they only way they can conduct their daily Two Minutes Hate toward conservatives, all the while portraying those to whom they direct their hate as being hateful.

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