Drug Fueled Gay Sex Orgies At Traditional Youth Network
After the astro-turf and completely phoney front group “Traditional Youth Network” was unceremoniously drummed out of the sensible White Nationalist Movement, Matt Parrott declared that everyone who disagreed with him was part of a homosexual conspiracy that hated Jesus, presumably, Jesus being on Matt Parrott’s side.
And in case you didn’t get the point, right after this smack-down, Parrott went to the media to look up stories about Drug Fueled Gay Sex Orgies and posted about them on the Traditional Youth Network’s blog:
Why is it that the “homophobes” tend to be the most “homoerotic?” Just read the Radix Journal thread – members of the Traditional Youth Network wrote long – and quite detailed – descriptions of gay anal sex, including a number of gay sexual fantasies about various people in the White Nationalist movement, including Richard Spencer.
We’re supposed to believe that Traditional Youth Network is “anti-gay” because they write about gay shit constantly and believe it’s a really important topic.
Scott Terry, the guy who started this entire $PLC attack against in NPI conference, pretends that he is a “theonomist” and claims to be a Presbyterian.
His blog is http://shotgunwildatheart.wordpress.com.
Most people in the White Nationalist movement don’t know anything about the theonomist movement and next to nothing about Rushdooney. So, posers like Scott Terry can throw around some obscure references and people will take him seriously.
That’s the thing about the right-wing. They respect religion, and even if they aren’t religious themselves, they do not tend to go around insulting other people’s deeply held religious beliefs and even the athiests among them aren’t going to start a fight about it.
That’s how fraudulent con-men like Scott Terry, Matt Parrott, and Matt Heimbach get away with their lies, because they know that no one will call them on their completely fake pose of religiousity. But Scott Terry, in his artificial pose at being a Rushdooney theonomist, made a number of mistakes that only those “in the know” would notice.
I don’t have the time now, but in the next couples of weeks I’m going to take on this transparent con man, Scott Terry, who is the one that started the Southern Povery Law Center’s attack on NPI. You see, Rushdooney has long been a target of the $PLC, and Scott Terry’s pretense at being a Rushdooney fan comes across EXACTLY as you would expect an $PLC troll would do, if he was pretending to be a radical Presbyterian.
The fact is, the Theonomist movement was NEVER anything more than a correspondence club – they were internet trolls before the era of the internet. Rushdooney himself never actually “led” any real movement, or a church, but mostly just published newsletters.
The chances of Scott Terry actually having slogged through all of Institutes of Biblical Law? Slim to none, my friends.
He’s faking it. He is not actually a theonomist, he isn’t really a radical Presbyterian, and, in fact, I bet the guy isn’t even a member of a legitimate church!
Do you know that REAL Christians groups have very strict rules about local church attendence, and quite often exclude “freelancers” that simlpy like to spout Bible verses without any institution authority?
Notice that this entire group of scam artists around the Traditional Youth Network are NOT actually associated with any REAL Christian institutions. Long time internet troll “Father John Plus” of the “White Christ” blog is similar – despite his long internet screeds about orthodox Christianity, he is NOT an ordained orthodox priest and quite likely does not even attend an actually existing orthodox Christian church!
He’s an actor, it’s a front, he’s reciting lines – just like the rest of the Traditional Youth Network front group.
When the internet started becoming mainstream, a lot of the theonomist “movment” – which, remember, was never actually a “movement,” went online, and had an email list.
Going back to the early 1990s and reading some of their stuff is just like reading stuff from Pat Robertson or Jerry Falwell from the 1980s – it’s a bunch of “try hard” crap meant to sell records and tapes. Their pose at religion is just that, and the public records of the personal lives of these people show it quite clearly.
Remember how often these public “Christians” were shown to be cavorting in gay bath houses themselves, or were regular visitors to prostitutes, or how many of them were divorced by their wives for shtupping the church secretary?
Does anyone think that anything has changed in the last thirty years?
Does anyone actually believe that Matt Parrott – a divorced man whose hobby is writing about gay sex orgies – is really someone who could stand to have his personal life examined?
Come on, folks. The Traditional Youth Network is fake; it’s a front group. It’s quite possible that Parrott and Heimbach themselves are just a couples of grifters, play acting “in the streets” to get donantions on their website. But someone is promoting this front group and using it to discredit the pro-White movement and to associate the pro-White movement with every single crank group of the last 50 years.
Scott Terry’s pretending to be a “theonomist” – yet another tip-off to the scam that’s going on here.
I swear, someone should pay me for this stuff. I am an EXPERT on how to infiltrate and disrupt political groups because, well, they used to pay me to do it.
So I’m going to be consulting here for free.
So, Scott Terry pretends that he is a Rushdooney fan and a “theonomist” that wants to “bring back” Levitical case law …
Send money now!