Monday, February 4, 2013

Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn Yeager Aug. 25, 2012

The Queer Question – seen through the “crimes” of Charlie Rodgers and Johann Hari

 Carolyn examines the issue of character within homosexual communities via two high-profile events involving a lesbian and a “gay”.

Charlie Rodgers‘ was recently charged in Nebraska with making a false police report alleging 3 men attacked her because she is a lesbian.
Johann Hari (pictured), a youthful journalism “star” in Britain was exposed in 2011 for chronically misquoting his interviewees, and of other misbehavior on the Internet. The Orwell Prize he was awarded in 2008 was withdrawn. Carolyn discusses his column in The Independent, “The Strange, Strange Story of the Gay Fascists.”
How common are the traits of these two individuals among their ‘sexual orientation’ group and how far should we go with homosexual participation in the White Nationalist movement?

Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour



Anonymous said...

STOP PRESS: Johann Hari wins 'Men Who Look Like Lesbians' award for 3rd year running...

Anonymous said...

As long as they tell the truth about 9/11, the holohoax, and Adolf Hitler, we should care less about their sexual orientation. Honesty is as honesty does.

Hopefully these homosexual people discussed by Carolyn did not vote for war against the Middle-East for Israhell, as did Yeager during the last decade.

Anonymous said...

no % in supporting homosexuality