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Scott Lively announces new edition of 'Pink Swastika' to expose 'Pinkshirts'

Scott Lively
Scott LivelyBruce E. Stidham

In an April 7, 2014 column for WorldNetDaily, Scott Lively announced that he is working on a new edition of 'The Pink Swastika,' a book in which he claims that gay men were behind the Holocaust.

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In 1995, Kevin and I published the first edition of "The Pink Swastika" to counter historical revisionism by the homosexual political movement, which had been attempting since the 1970s to fabricate a "gay holocaust" equivalent to that suffered by the Jews in Nazi Germany. In those days the primary symbol of the homosexual movement was the inverted pink triangle, which designated homosexuals in Nazi work camps.

Some homosexual political factions in existence in the early '90s still use the pink triangle on a limited basis, but publication of "The Pink Swastika" succeeded in stopping that movement-wide campaign, indirectly forcing the "gays" to abandon the pink triangle as the primary symbol of their movement. (They switched to the rainbow.) They didn't dare to continue using the pink triangle because it would have drawn attention to the damning truth we had published in "The Pink Swastika."

Like many other members of the American Taliban, Lively also assumes that it is a violation of the First Amendment to express an opinion he doesn't like and lashes out at the LGBT community for having called attention to Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's contributions to the Proposition 8 campaign.

Importantly, and alarmingly, claims of "The Pink Swastika," which link homosexuality with fascism are also being proven by the emergence of a form of homo-fascism in our own society. The forced resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich is the latest example, but there are many in recent years. "Gay" bullies have become the new Brownshirts (just as they were the original Brownshirts).

Mark my words, these Pinkshirts will eventually grow as violent as the Brownshirts were.

All this from a man charged with crimes against humanity for pursuing a Ugandan gay death penalty.

Unlike Lively, I trust my readers to think for themselves and figure out who the new "Brownshirt(s)" in America really are.