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'Don't drink the gay Kool-Aid' says man who gets drunk off gay demonization

by Jeremy Hooper

As part of the "news" site's ongoing attempt to stir up all-out "culture warfare," WND has given noted 41801 80522601082 92443 Nextremist Scott Lively another platform to peddle his ahistorical attacks. A particularly charming sample:

"…the “gay rights” movement is not benign. Its history is a poisoned stream whose headwaters begin in the swamp of Sadean perversion and whose direction was set by the same people who created the Nazi Party. In America its course has run mostly through underground sewers until the past few decades when control of the movement fell into the hands of modern marketing experts who have hidden the truth under a white-washed facade of their own shrewd design. And it is this sugar-sweetened poison that is about to be spoon-fed to America’s public school students. It is a “gay” Kool-Aid of dangerous lies and it is to our great shame that this once-Christian nation will allow these innocent children to consume it without so much as a whimper of protest."
FULL: WND (*be sure to see the comments so you understand the real danger of Lively's words)

Right, Scott. Kids should instead learn that a thesaurus, willingness to twist truths, heightened capacity for projection, and undying need to divide us as a people are the keys to a successful life and career.

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