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SOME SAY THAT THE RAPID ADVANCE OF THE LGBT AGENDA, IS A STUNNING SUCCESS
It's safe to say that the LGBT agenda has advanced even more quickly than its most ardent supporters had expected. There is no denying the fact that the LGBT rights movement has become the most powerful political force in the world today. This political juggernaut has been empowered by many governments to execute their agenda anyway, anytime, anywhere as they so choose.
In this book our central theme is the rapid rise of the LGBTQ movement, and the impact it is having on every aspect of our society. In order to understand the true implications of this rapid advancement, we need to understand that this rapid advancement is not a stand alone item.
There has been and still is several other key contributors to the conditions we now see before us. In this book we will not only examine the LGBTQ movement, but we will also examine the fastest growing religion in the world, Humanism. We will also examine the feminist movement, and consider the contribution it has made to the developments we are now witnessing unfolding before us
As we just noted, The LGBTQ movement and its agenda now represents one of the single greatest political forces on our planet today. From the White House to highest courts in the land and even to the Vatican, the LBGTQ movement has become a powerful political juggernaut.
According to Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr “The spectacular success of the LGBTQ movement stands as one of the most fascinating phenomena of our time. In less than two decades, the LGBTQ agenda has moved from the shadows of obscurity to the center of America’s public life."
Pastor Scott Lively explains, “Fifty years ago homosexuality was illegal throughout the entire world, except for Sweden which had decriminalized sodomy in 1938. In the space of just half a century this tiny 1-3% of the population have made themselves a global political power with greater influence in the courtrooms and legislatures of the world than the Church. This astonishing transformation surpasses that of Darwinism, Marxism, and even Islam in its speed and breadth of reach.
Many today around the world are now persuaded that the LGBT lifestyle is a human right, which must be protected, and defended by the laws of the land. Those who would dare disagree with this assessment are more and more being ostracized and viewed as being insensitive homophobic bigots.
And in some cases those who sound a dissenting voice are classed as law breakers, who must be punished under the law. To realize the true impact that the LGBTQ movement has and is having. we should consider the cost one now incurs to speak against it.
In the midst of all the ongoing LGBT debate, one thing we can say for sure. There is no longer a polite from inside the gay closet, rather the door has been kicked off the hinges. There was a time when gays pleaded for tolerance, then acceptance, then equality, then privilege, then a demand that any disagreement with the gay lifestyle be labeled as hatred and intolerance.
A major explanation as to why the LGBT agenda has been so successful, is closely linked to how LGBTQ activist, have adopted the strategies outlined in the book titled, “After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays.” This 1989 publication, was published without much fanfare, but the strategies outlined between it’s covers have had a profound affect on the entirety of our society.
Authors Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen combined psychiatric and public relations expertise in devising their strategy. Kirk, a researcher in neuropsychiatry, and Madsen, a public relations consultant, argued that homosexuals must change their presentation to the heterosexual community if real success was to be made.
Step 1: Talk About Gays and Gayness as Loudly and as Often as Possible “The principle behind this advice is simple”, say Kirk and Pill, “almost any behavior begins to look normal if you are exposed to enough of it at close quarters and among your acquaintances. The acceptability of the new behavior will ultimately hinge on the number of one’s fellows doing it or accepting it.”
“A person may be offended initially by the novelty of it all, but the authors point out “as long as Joe-Six-pack feels little pressure to perform likewise, and as long as the behavior in question presents little threat to his physical and financial security, he soon gets used to it and life goes on.” As time goes on, Joe-Six pack and his friends will become more tolerant of homosexuality as no more than an alternative, legitimate way of life.
Step 2: Portray Gays as Victims, Not as Aggressive Challengers “In any campaign to win over the public, gays must be cast as victims in need of protection so that straights will be inclined by reflex to assume the role of protector. If gays are presented, instead, as a strong and prideful tribe promoting a rigidly nonconformist and deviant lifestyle, they are more likely to be seen as a public menace that justifies resistance and oppression.
For that reason, we must forego the temptation to strut our ‘gay pride’ publicly when it conflicts with the Gay Victim image. And we must walk the fine line between impressing straights with our great numbers, on the one hand, and sparking their hostile paranoia —’They are all around us!’ — on the other.
A media campaign to promote the Gay Victim image should make use of symbols which reduce the mainstream’s sense of threat, which lower its guard, and which enhance the plausibility of victimization. In practical terms, this means that jaunty mustachioed musclemen would keep very low profile in gay commercials and other public presentations, while sympathetic figures of nice young people, old people, and attractive women would be featured.
(It almost goes without saying that groups on the farthest margin of acceptability such as NAMBLA, [North American Man-Boy Love Association] must play no part at all in such a campaign: suspected child-molesters will never look like victims).
Step 3: Give Protectors a Just Cause. “A media campaign that casts gays as society’s victims and encourages straights to be their protectors must make it easier for those to respond to assert and explain their new protectiveness. Few straight women, and even fewer straight men, will want to defend homosexuality boldly as such. Most would rather attach their awakened protective impulse to some principle of justice or law, to some general desire for consistent and fair treatment in society. Our campaign should not demand direct support for homosexual practices, should instead take anti-discrimination as its theme.
The right to free speech, freedom of beliefs, freedom of association, due process and equal protection of laws-these should be the concerns brought to mind by our campaign. “It is especially important for the gay movement to hitch its cause to accepted standards of law and justice because its straight supporters must have at hand a cogent reply to the moral arguments of its enemies. The homophobes clothe their emotional revulsion in the daunting robes of religious dogma, so defenders of gay rights must be ready to counter dogma with principle.”
Step 4: Make Gays Look Good “In order to make a Gay Victim sympathetic to straights you have to portray him as Everyman. But an additional theme of the campaign should be more aggressive and upbeat: to offset the increasingly bad press that these times have brought to homosexual men and women, the campaign should paint gays as superior pillars of society.
Yes, yes, we know — this trick is so old it creaks. Other minorities use it all the time in ads that announce proudly, ‘Did you know that this Great Man (or Woman) was ____?’ But the message is vital for all those straights who still picture gays as ‘queer’ people — shadowy, lonesome, fail, drunken, suicidal, child-snatching misfits.”
Step 5: Make the Victimizers look Bad “At a later stage of the media campaign for gay rights — long after other gay ads have become commonplace — it will be time to get tough with remaining opponents. To be blunt, they must be vilified. (This will be all the more necessary because, by that time, the entrenched enemy will have quadrupled its output of vitriol and disinformation.)
Our goal here is twofold. First, we seek to replace the mainstream’s self-righteous pride about its homophobia with shame and guilt. Second, we intend to make the antigays look so nasty that average Americans will want to dissociate themselves from such types.
The authors of this book goes into detail in regards to the stratagy to be used to undermine christians who disagree with the LGBTQ lifestyle.
“We have already indicated that the images which are most damaging to those Christians who disagree with LGBTQ-ISM, is to portray them as ranting and hateful bigoted religious extremists.
"These images should be combined with those of their gay victims by a method propagandists call the ‘bracket technique.’ For example, for a few seconds an unctuous beady-eyed Southern preacher is seen pounding the pulpit in rage about ‘those sick, abominable creatures.”
This technique has successfully turned many against even the most loving of Christians who disagree with the LGBTQ lifestyle. Sadly many of today’s generation have bought into the lie that those who disagree with the LGBTQ lifestyle, on biblical grounds, are basically backward, bigoted homophobic individuals. Many young people don’t realize that this was part of the propaganda plan all along. Compare these words of Authors Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen:
"To be blunt, they must be vilified. Our goal here is twofold. First, we seek to replace the mainstream’s self-righteous pride about its homophobia with shame and guilt. Second, we intend to make the antigays look so nasty that average Americans will want to dissociate themselves from such types. The public should be shown images of ranting homophobes whose secondary traits and beliefs disgust middle America."
According to the dictionary “homophobia” is dislike of or prejudice against homosexual people. It should be noted how these authors used the words “homophobe and homophobia.” This was long before these phrases were coined by the mainstream media in particular and society in general. But even back then it shows that these authors understood the powerful impact relabeling the efforts and sentiments of the dissenters of the gay lifestyle, (with vile sounding names).
All of these efforts have been very successful.
Some say that one of the greatest aides to the LGBT success story is the electronic media. They say that, “Thanks to the electronic media there is a perpetual bombardment of the gay agenda. In the electronic media gays are presented in this modern-age of "political correctness" as victims and heroes in their stand for LGBT rights.
It’s further noted that more and more gay and lesbian actors and pro gay situations are included in sitcoms and movies. This in turn has softened any objection the average person may feel toward the LGBT lifestyle. The media is even helping promote the gay lifestyle, by teaching us the proper terms to use: "Alternate lifestyles," "Life partners.“
Today the media for the most part has conditioned most people to believe that the LGBT lifestyle is a human right. They have convinced many to believe that agreement with the LGBT lifestyle shows a high level of, intelligence, tolerance and sophistication. The media has also convinced many into believing that disagreement with the LGBT lifestyle shows a high level of Ignorance, and intolerance.
It is further pointed out that, for many today, their favorite entertainer or TV personality is openly gay. Not only this, but many today love the advice they get on how to decorate their homes, as well as the latest fashion tips, from those who are obviously gay. One person put it this way, "They give otherwise dull hair radiant highlights and our imperfect decor those fabulous accent pieces."
HEART APPEAL--- Some say that another major way the LGBT lifestyle has gained such widespread acceptance, is due to the high degree of likeability of many who are gay. In fact many of us would agree that there are many gays who are just hard not to like, (personality wise). Even many who disagree with the gay would agree that many gays are very warm, caring and endearing.
Some who have analyzed the reasons why the LGBTQ movement has been so successful, say that it was how the message was repackaged that made the difference. They note that a major shift came about when gay rights leaders, aided by psychologists, discovered through focus groups and polling that framing the concept of gay marriage as a “right” was speaking the wrong language.
They simultaneously happened upon a surprising level of heterosexual support for the humanitarian idea that gay people might love and want to commit to their partners, just like anyone else. Gay leaders stopped talking about “rights” and started talking about “love and commitment.” The message became an appeal to the heart more so than a call for a civil right. The change in the message resulted in a rapid turnaround in regards to the public support for same sex marriage.
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