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The REAL Goal

of the LGBT Movement is DIABOLICAL:

 

The Goal of the LGBT Movement: Destroy the Family

 

 

Why?

Just as Satan cannot create, but only mimic, imitate, in the LGBT Movement we find his (Satan’s) effort to contrive a spurious — a completely counterfeit and totally perverse mockery — of the genuine family. It is a diabolical attempt to pass off what is a fiction for what is real — with the willing collaboration of a profoundly sexually and militantly perverse community. 

But there is an impediment to this epic exploit in Western culture as it devolves into decivilization and debauchery: the family.

As long as the nuclear family of husband, wife and children still remains intact, it is an indictment of the sterile sexual perversity that the LGBT fascists embrace and promote.  It stands as an unassailable reproach to the counterfeit, for it is genuinely procreative and naturally perpetuates itself — as every other species has from dawn of creation.

The family — one man and one woman, one husband and one wife, with children of their own flesh as the natural fruit of their marital love — exists naturally, not artificially. It is not the product of science, sociology, or legislation: indeed, without the traditional nuclear family as it has always been understood, mankind ineluctably ceases to be. It is the natural hedge against the delusional.  Not all the artificial appurtenances, appendages, cosmetics, or clothing can so much as approximate this natural biological unit. However subtle science and surgery, elements of the counterfeit remain and invoke an instinctive revulsion to the artificially abnormal — it is inescapable! The most convincing robot engineered to virtually resemble a human being in every way — remains no more than that: a robot. Even if it is made by other robots, it never attains to being human. Ever.

No legislation or law that depraved man can implement or advocate to assuage the guilt of his perversity can ever be authentically internalized. However strident his social expression, however forceful the apparatus of the state, and despite every effort at pretension and dissemblance, the perverse is instinctively apperceived — and loathed.

It is a self-loathing so profound that it attempts to extinguish its own identity and become completely another.  Not simply another gender, but another person — which is precisely what another gender is! It is someone apart from who one is; so much so that even the gender must be eradicated and artificially reassigned to its polar opposite. This is self-loathing.
 

A Mockery of the Holy Family: Jesus, Mary, and Saint Joseph

The devil, as it is said, is not simply in the details — but in the fabrication itself! In a word, it is diabolical. The devil has no gender, and no “skin in the game.” That is why he can equally work both sides: male and female, pit them against each other, even against themselves, for whatever the aftermath, and however ugly, ultimately it is against God — and for Satan, a win! He mocks the Holy Family with the instigation of the unholy family of his fabrication: the homosexual “marriage”.  Playing into our own pride that we will determine what is good and what is evil — not God — he makes us masters of our own destruction.

Oh, yes, he finally gets the last laugh, too, telling us in our smug insolence that we are not pagan gods after all — that pride is his dominion, not ours in all our pretension. We can pathetically tell him to go to Hell, but it is extremely likely that he will only politely, if mordantly, reply: “after you!”

 

Geoffrey K. Mondello
Editor
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August 26, 2019

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