Message 378 of 378 (815304)
07-18-2017 3:18 PM
Reply to: Message 361 by Faith
07-10-2017 5:18 PM
Re: Just another leftist smear campaign (Faith on homophobia and my memory of issue)
Faith on homophobia.
"Pushing the claims of Cultural Marxism" makes no sense. Cultural Marxist is the LEFT for pete's sake. And all the conservatives I know complain constantly about multiculturalism, accusations of racism and Islamophobia and homophobia, which are all straight out of Cultural Marxism. So much for "nobody else does." You don't know what you are talking about, haven'/t a clue, just like the idea of smearing all us conservatives as Nazis, which is another tip from the Cultural Marxist playbook
Faith from a later post.
Oh good grief. Cultural Marxism was invented by Jews. There are just as many Jews who see through it and reject it. Were leftists born with some kind of brain damage that prevents them from making meaningful distinctions?
Remember the David Horowitz issue, that we partially saw eye to eye on? The one I failed to follow up on. There is one issue I wish I would have covered right off the bat.
I know that even the neoconservative Jews tended to hate the idea of housing discrimination against homosexuals.
There was a right wing obsession (very much alive in the late 1990s for certain) with requiring a renter to be informed of a homosexual living on the same floor. There was also the support for preventing a homosexual for renting simply for being gay.
There were conservative Democrats who wanted a warning if a homosexual lived in an apartment right next door. Then there was an issue of a required warning (imposed by law) if a homosexual lived on the same floor. Then a variation had a warning if the entire apartment had a homosexual (even 10 floors down from the unit that was being rented).
I seem to remember Horowitz opposing the warning requirements. When he had that organization that had "popular culture" in the name.
And the legislative requirements were quite reasonably labeled as homophobic (though he didn't use the term, but he seemed to shrug off the alarmism and fears of homosexuals wanting a place to live without a violation of privacy).
A little background might have prevented your attempt to undermine those of us who hated legislative assaults on the privacy of our fellow human beings who just want to peacefully have a place to live.
(I speak in the past tense since you seem to distance yourself from right wing obsessions of yesteryear - such as the once fanatical obsession to civil unions. I will grant that you might not necessarily agree with the right wing obsession on legislative housing discrimination and violations of privacy. I do wonder if you agree more with me on this issue.)
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