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Gay Marxists Hate Donald Trump

Posted on | November 20, 2016 | 4 Comments




Who hates Donald Trump? Communist homosexuals, that’s who!

Two separate Marxist groups — the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) and the Workers World Party (WWP, a/k/a ANSWER Coalition) — have been prominent in anti-Trump protests since the election.

“Don’t collaborate” with the president-elect, RCP tells Americans.

The RCP is a Maoist cult led by Bob Avakian, while the WWP was founded by a disgruntled Trotskyist named Sam Marcy in 1959. I first became familiar with these groups when I covered anti-globalization rallies in Washington, D.C., in 1999, and they were also prominently involved in anti-Iraq War protests circa 2003-2006. The use of “front groups” and phony “coalitions” to conceal their anti-American origins is a tactic Communists have used since the 1930s, and this has continued in the post-Cold War era. Ten or 15 years ago, many anti-war protests were led by a group calling itself Refuse and Resist which was, in fact, a front led by RCP member Clark Kissinger:

Kissinger, who supported Mao Zedong’s Communist regime in China, continues to enjoy strong support from the Maoist Internationalist Movement (MIM), which, in its own words, “upholds the revolutionary communist ideology of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism” and views the Chinese Cultural Revolution as “the farthest advance of communism in human history.” MIM seeks to achieve its ends “by building public opinion to seize power through armed struggle” and full-fledged “revolution [in] North America.”
A devoted backer of Iran’s Islamic revolution, Kissinger in 1979 traveled to Iran when Ayatollah Khomeni seized power.

So the RCP, which supported totalitarians in China and Iran, dares to condemn the United States as a “fascist” government. And when the RCP protests against Donald Trump, they are supported by gay people. Never mind the Iranian regime’s monstrous brutality against homosexuals:

The tragic hanging of two “sodomites” in Iran [in August 2014] may seem, in theory, like an obvious cause for U.S. concern and U.S. action. (Sign a petition! Demand human rights!) Yet in practice, those most attentive to LGBT concerns may be the least eager to pick this fight.
As Nina Strochlic reported . . . the two men, Abdullah Ghavami Chahzanjiru and Salman Ghanbari Chahzanjiri, were hanged in southern Iran on August 6, possibly for consensual sodomy. Their deaths are part of a wave of executions in Iran, with more than 400 in the first half of 2014 alone, according to the NGO Iran Human Rights. . . .
Despite Iran’s state anti-Semitism, the recent arrest of U.S. journalists, and the continued oppression of women, the Obama administration has been attempting a rapprochement with the Iranian regime.

Why are left-wing groups pro-Iran? Because they are anti-American.

The basic organizing principle of the Left is their support for America’s enemies, a principle which produces such bizarre contradictions as gay people turning out for anti-Trump protests led by Marxists who endorse one of the most notorious anti-gay regimes in the world. Marxists are always looking for some way to divide and conquer America:

On Saturday, November 19, at least 200 more protesters gathered on Chicago’s Federal Plaza to begin a march down the city’s famed Magnificent Mile shopping district, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Most of the protesters focused their wrath on President-elect Trump, but some also aimed at Democrats whom they say have ignored them.
“The Black Lives Matter protests rose up largely against Democratic mayors, and then you have an open racist running on the other side against a woman who played a key role in the mass incarceration boom — what sort of choice is that,” activist Andy Thayer said during an address to the small crowd.
“My point is we don’t just have to take this crap,” Thayer warned as he urged people to continue protests and activism.
Protests outside Chicago’s Trump Tower began immediately upon the conclusion of the 2016 election and have continued with protesters blocking traffic, harassing bystanders, and engaging in property destruction.

Who is “activist Andy Thayer”? A middle-aged anti-American socialist, who founded a group called Gay Liberation Network in the 1990s. Thayer’s support for anti-American causes led to him being raided by the FBI in 2010 under suspicion of giving “material support of terrorism.” Search warrants reportedly mentioned Hezbollah and the Colombian revolutionary group FARC, both of which are designated as terrorist groups by the U.S. government. No arrests were made in the case, but certainly Thayer’s past activities — including his involvement with the 2011 “Occupy” protests— indicate his profound hostility to America, and especially his opposition to capitalism.

Let me cut to the chase here: Capitalism is good for gay people.

Why? Because capitalism is good for all people.

Just yesterday, while explaining to my 15-year-old son Emerson the history of Cold War politics in Latin America, I gave him about a five-minute lecture on why private property rights and the rule of law are necessary to economic prosperity. “You can’t have capitalism without capital,” I explained, “because investors won’t invest in places where their investments are not protected by the rule of law.”

The point I was making had to do with Mexico’s ill-advised nationalization of the petroleum industry — basically stealing the investments of American, British and Dutch companies — in the 1920s, but this principle is true everywhere at all times. Without the rule of law, if property rights are not guaranteed, there is no economic freedom, and if you don’t have economic freedom, you have no freedom, period.

Before human beings can do anything else in life, we must first provide for our basic material needs — food, clothing, shelter, etc. — and so the ability to get a job and earn wages, to acquire property and goods, is absolutely essential to our survival. When governments restrict activity, or interfere in the market economy in such a way as to thwart the ability of private companies to make profits for their investors, the results are always harmful. Both in terms of people’s ability to feed their families, and in terms of basic political rights, socialism is antithetical to freedom and human happiness.

If you’ve read the great Austrian economists Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek, you understand this and guess what? Lots of gay people do understand Austrian economics, and therefore many gay people (14% of 2016 voters, according to exit polls) do vote Republican. Prominent among the supporters of Donald Trump were gay businessman Peter Thiel and the flamboyant Milo Yiannopoulos. Every individual has different reasons for their political commitments, and I cannot speak for Mr. Thiel or Mr. Yiannopoulos, but I believe both of them understand the vital importance of economic liberty and the rule of law in terms of their own rights, as well as everyone else’s rights.

Being a heterosexual conservative Christian, certainly I understand how important economic freedom is to those of us with families to support, and also how a government-controlled economy is anti-Christian. Go read Revelation 13 and tell me what it says about the power of the Beast.

“And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”
Revelation 13:17 (KJV)

What is described here is system of political, religious and economic totalitarianism imposing an anti-Christian regime on the entire world. By controlling the economy — deciding who “might buy or sell” anything — the Beast enforces its satanic power on everyone. Different people have interpreted Revelation 13 in different ways, but you do not need a Ph.D. in theology to see that government control of economic activity is the key to the Beast’s power. Therefore, everyone who is fighting to preserve a free economy is in some sense serving in the Lord’s army.

“But Stacy,” the reader says, “I don’t believe in all that apocalyptic Bible stuff.” OK, but what if it’s true? Do you think it was just a coincidence that, nearly 2000 years ago, the imprisoned Apostle John had this vision of an evil world super-power? You don’t have to be paranoid about “The End Times” to recognize when prophecies are coming true in your own lifetime, and you don’t have to be a Bible-thumper to pause and think, “Hmmm. Maybe there is something to this Christianity business.”

My friend Bob Belvedere calls his blog The Camp of the Saints, a reference to Revelation 20, describing the climactic battle of human history, when those who serve the Lord will be besieged by the armies of evil. God shall destroy His enemies, and “the devil that deceived them” will be “cast into the lake of fire and brimstone.” Selah.

Scoff all you want, dear reader, but I do not believe in coincidences.

Peter Thiel is the co-founder of PayPal, you know.


Capitalism is a beautiful thing, and God hates Commies.

The future U.S. ambassador to Vanuatu knows what he’s talking about.



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