Posted by: hellonhairylegs | December 23, 2008

Sometimes all you can do is laugh.

If you value logic or have allergic reactions to stupidity, I suggest you look away now.

Conservapedia on the homosexual agenda.

The homosexual agenda, or homosexual ideology, consists of a set of beliefs and objectives. The ideology and goals, as explained further below, include indoctrinating students in public school, restricting free speech, obtaining special treatment, distorting science, and interfering with freedom of association. Like slavery before it, the homosexual agenda threatens basic freedoms, including the First Amendment.

It is an agenda that gay rights activists 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:

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.”

We are truly evil incarnate.

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Responses

  1. Back in the days when I would take on pro-lifers for fun, some of them would refer me to Conservapedia for “facts” or cite it as a reliable source of “facts”. Hilarious. They’ve changed their motto to “The Trustworthy Encyclopedia”, but it used to be: “Truth from a Conservative point of view.”

  2. But naturally the heteronormative view these people espouse is not indoctrination at all.

  3. “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.”

    Actually, yes. Affirmation and societal acceptance, and the legal rights that they bring, would be nice.

    The first paragraph, though, looks like somebody translated English to Bizarro-Speak.

  4. Also, does “truth from a conservative point of view” strike anyone else as a bit of a contradiction?

    It seems to me that “truth” (i.e., facts, and bodies of theory explaining the facts and tying them together) should have no ideology.

  5. It is truly shocking how many people think they are entitled to the rights of full citizenship just because they are citizens.

  6. I would ask whether Conservapedia is a joke, but I’ve seen Encyclopaedia Dramatica…
    (if you’re lucky enough to have not seen this, please, DON’T go looking. Seriously.)

  7. I’ve also noticed a disturbing conservative tendency to equate “freedom” with “knowing that the government/society in general is going to enforce your personal morality on others”. This belief seems to underlie their opposition to gay rights and to abortion and contraception.

  8. Ha, I love it when conservatives decry things from the past that they would have supported if they lived back then. Slaveholders were pretty darn conservative, if I remember correctly.


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