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The truth about homosexuality and the Nazi Party

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The following is an excerpt from an article by Bryan Fischer, published on the 'Renew America' website.

In the UK we are already seeing censorship, legal punishments, ridicule, and even physical violence against those who oppose the homosexual agenda for society. Unless the Lord works to remove the power of these people, we can expect these things to increase. Yet, the Christian can rest in the LORD, who is a Buckler and an High Tower for His people.  "If God be for us, who can be against us?"  (Romans 8:31), and the Lord "worketh all things after the counsel of his own will" (Ephesians 1:11b) - yes, even the most militant and violent homosexual is subject to Him, and cannot do a thing unless God gives him leave to do so! Rest in the LORD, whose Name alone is worthy of praise!

 


The Interfaith Alliance, a far-left religious advocacy group in Idaho, has accused Scott Lively, a scheduled speaker at this weekend's "Shake the Nation" conference in Boise, of "bearing false witness" and of being "mean-spirited and hurtful."

Lively's crime? In his book, "The Pink Swastika," Lively exposes a secret homosexual activists don't want you to know about Nazi Germany: that although the Nazis did persecute homosexuals, the homosexuals the Nazis persecuted were almost exclusively the effeminate members of the gay community in Germany, and that much of the mistreatment was administered by masculine homosexuals who despised effeminacy in all its forms.

Ludwig Lenz worked at the Sex Research Institute in Berlin, which was destroyed by Hitler's Brown Shirts in 1933 likely because its records, including 40,000 confessions from members of the Nazi Party, would have exposed the sexual perversions of Nazi leadership. Lenz said that "not ten percent of the men who, in 1933, took the fate of Germany into their hands, were sexually normal."

In fact, the Nazi Party began in a gay bar in Munich, and Ernst Roehm, Hitler's right hand in the early days of Nazism, was well-known for his taste in young boys. William Shirer says in his definitive "Rise and Fall of the Third Reich," not only that Roehm was "important in the rise of Hitler," but also "like so many of the early Nazis, (he was) a homosexual."

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The article can be read in full here:
http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/fischer/080515