Queer-bashing just makes you look mean and obsessed with gays. Just as there is a difference between pro-white and anti-black, there is a difference between promoting marriage and attacking gays.
I’m on the fence when it comes to “Commander” Rockwell, perhaps the first costume clown. I listened to his famous speech at GWU and it made a lot of sense, but associating segregation with Nazis just handed the forced-integrationists an image they would use for the next 50 years to bash white people with, not to mention disgusted Southerners who had just defeated Germany in the World Wars. Even if he was completely sincere, he did harm to the cause of white people.
A “hate bus?” Really?
“Gay” “marriage” is legal in 30 states and public support for “gay” “marriage” is at an all-time high. Thanks to, in no small part, the Westboro Baptist Church. You remember them, the folks that went to funerals with signs that said “God hates fags?” They even admitted that they knew they were helping the cause of “gay” “marriage” and said they hoped it would pass, because then God would destroy America with hurricanes and earthquakes.
Well, they certainly helped the cause of the LGBT movement. In fact, in the famous planning document from the 1980s, LGBT activists proposed an ad campaign showing “homophobic fundamentalist preachers” screaming and yelling. As if by magic, a few years later the Westboro Baptist Church appears and is given wall to wall media coverage for nearly a decade. Then, as anyone could have predicted, the LGBT movement gained massive sympathy. The fact the WBC attacked soldiers as well as gays likely even greased the wheels for gays in the military – another development the WBC said they encouraged.
In France, the opposition to “gay” “marriage” did not run lurid pictures of gay pride parades and fat guys in leather. Instead, they promoted images of healthy, normal French families, and said that children needed both a father and a mother.
White Nationalists and cultural conservatives could learn something from The Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkeys. Apparently, the Irish have also figured this out.
Both the French and the Irish have made this about *children* not love, or sex. But I don’t think conservatives in America are able to do that, because promoting natalism requires acknowledging a woman’s duty to bear children. But that will be met with loud complaints from the shriekosphere, and conservatives are too cowardly to stand up to their women. Thus, conservatives are in abject denial of the anti-natalism present in society, so they try to make what is really about family into something about sex.
As I mentioned in an exchange with tteclod, these days, a father would rather his 16 year old daughter have sex on birth control than to actually marry and bear a child. Let that reality sink in, consider the anti-natalist assumptions that underline that attitude. It’s coming from the men as much as the women. Daddy doesn’t want his little girl growing up and becoming a wife and mother, but he’ll look the other way when she becomes an amateur prostitute.
What a queer attitude.