This comprehensive (12,000 words and 240 authoritive citations) work was first published in Regent University Law Review in 2002. It has since been cited before the Supreme Court of the United States, the United Nations, and in best selling books such as David Limbaugh's Persecution and David Kupelian's Marketing Evil. It has been translated and republished in Swedish, German, and Spanish. The author can be reached via Untwisted Truth.)
"Institutional sites from which discourse proceeds must be identified . . . . Discourse is power itself, and the power to control discourse is thus the master power in any society."
"Gay rights is not about the attainment of truth nor social justice but the achievement of power. The battle centers on the control of public discourse through marketing and persuasion, to shape what society thinks about and how they think about it. Homosexual activists envision that a decision is ultimately made without society ever realizing that it has been purposely conditioned to arrive at a conclusion that it thinks is its own."
"Concepts introduced through the media, education, government, and courts by the homosexual movement theme have shaped our discourse; homophobia, heterosexism, tolerance and hate speech are now mainstream vernacular." A "gay culture" has been successfully fabricated "through nothing more than naming and renaming, forming and reforming . . . until memory has no possibility of meaning."
"In 1989 two strategies on how to totally repackage homosexual behavior as a rights issue were unveiled to the gay rights community. [F]irst, you get your foot in the door, by being as similar as possible; then, and only then–when your one little difference [orientation] is finally accepted–can you start dragging in your other peculiarities, one by one. You hammer in the wedge narrow end first. As the saying goes, allow the camel's nose beneath your tent, and his whole body will soon follow."
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