Sunday, January 25, 2009

Sold on Homosexuality – The Marketing of Evil

Sold on Homosexuality - The Marketing of Evil
I am reading the most fascinating book right now.  Just the first chapter of The Marketing of Evil has been quite brilliantly informative as to revealing how America has been ‘sold on homosexuality.’  I am no marketing strategist, but the two men behind the new and improved gay liberation movement emerging out of the 1988 War Conference…well…they absolutely are/were*.  A far cry from the then usual screaming, ranting, protesting activists, author David Kupelian describes Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen as follows:

“Kirk and Madsen were not the kind of drooling activists that would burst into churches and throw condoms in the air.  They were smart guys – very smart.  Kirk, a Harvard-educated researcher in neuropsychiatry, work with the Johns Hopkins Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth and designed aptitude tests for adults with 200+ IQs.  Madsen, with a doctorate in politics from Harvard, was an expert on public persuasion tactics and social marketing.  Together they wrote After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90’s.”

This book, The Marketing of Evil, by David Kupelian is chalk full of interesting facts about Kirk and Madsen’s self-proclaimed, three-step plan, outlined in After the Ball, for teaching America total and complete acceptance of homosexuality: desensitization, jamming, and conversion.

After the Ball
The main premise of the book, says Kupelian, which illustrates the audacity of its authors, is that “We can change what people actually think and feel by breaking their current negative associations with our cause and replacing them with positive associations.”

“Simple case in point: homosexual activists call their movement “gay rights.” This accomplishes two major objectives: (1) Use of the word gay rather than homosexual masks the controversial sexual behavior involved and accentuates instead a vague but positive-sounding cultural identity – gay, which, after all, once meant “happy”’ and (2) describing their battle from the get-go as one over “rights” implies homosexuals are being denied the basic freedoms of citizenship that others enjoy.”

And just how did Kirk and Madsen plan to dismiss America’s knowledge of “those five hundred sex partners and weird sexual practices?  Answer, according to Kirk and Madsen, you don’t.  Just don’t talk about it.  Rather, look and act as normal as possible for the camera.”

“When you’re very different, and people hate you for it,” they explain, “this is what you do: first you get your foot in the door, by being as similar as possible; then, and only then – when your one little difference 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.

In other words, sadomasochists, leather fetishists, cross-dressers, transgenders, and other “peculiar” members of the homosexual community need to keep away from the tent and out of sight while the sales job is under way.  Later, once the camel is safely inside, there will be room for all.”

Okay, as I said, this book has so much information.  We’ve covered desensitization and tomorrow I’ll pick up with “jamming.”  But I want to part with a little, personal note.  As I’ve read this text, I’ve felt an uncomfortable grip of panic come over me, sending a chill up my spine.  I am appalled that a nation built upon a rich Judeo-Christian heritage has been absolutely duped by a couple of Harvard grads and come under the spell of their brilliant, scheming, homosexual agenda.  The most important knowledge for me, coming out of this discussion of desensitization tactics, is that the vocabulary we choose to use will either perpetuate the problem or re-sensitize a nation.  I will no longer be using the phrase “gay ‘rights’ activists” to describe the gay liberation movement leaders since the more accurate term is homosexual activists.  I will no longer refer to the unions sought and clamored for today as same-sex “marriage,” since marriage is and always has been used to describe one relationship and one relationship only – a union between one man and one woman.  I hope that all of us will make an effort to re-evaluate our language and make positive changes.  Just as abortion has been sold as an imperative allowance toward fostering choice…

“Multitudes of activists – with almost limitless time and energy to devote to advancing their agenda, largely unencumbered by any need to change diapers, pay for dental braces, or attend their children’s soccer games, as do most heterosexual married people – have succeeded in their goal of transforming society.  As public relations campaigns go, it’s been an unqualified success.”

Coming up tomorrow: jamming and conversion.  We’ll take a look at how, exactly, homosexual activists managed to become cultural heroes while those who oppose the glorification of homosexual sex have been relegated such glowing titles as homophobe, bigot, and tyrant.

Going forward with open eyes, it’s no wonder marriage advocates are so worried about the massive push toward organized, unified activism among homosexual activists.  We must match their determination or we’ve lost before the fight has even begun.  Please join the DNA.  Educate yourself.  I wish I could purchase The Marketing of Evil for every individual in America.  I guarantee that marriage and family would be quite safe if everyone was aware of the truth of this homosexual movement’s marketing and public relations brilliance that has bamboozled us all.

Yours in chilling enlightenment,

*I have been unable to find any information about whether Madsen is still among the living or has passed on.  Kirk died in 2005.

Related Links:
Is Homosexual Sex Abnormal?
Prop 8 UPDATE: Militant Homosexual Rights Movement Keeps the Pressure On
Marriage Boot Camp – Arming the New Media
The Pro-Gay Rights Mind


Marilee said...

Wow. Sounds like an interesting read. I will definitely be changing my choice of vocabulary!

Euripides said...

Thanks for the post Pearl Diver. I was aware of the book After the Ball. It's really as insidious as it first appears.

Insidiouser and insidiouser. (Is that a word? It ought to be.)

Journalista Chronicle said...

“We can change what people actually think and feel by breaking their current negative associations with our cause and replacing them with positive associations.”

The recent actions of the GLBT community have been anything but positive. I guess the majority of them missed the "plan" to break negative associations with their "cause." I don't have any positive associations regarding these people (as a group in general) and I suspect I'm not the only one, given the recent Prop 8 antics. What we used to ignore, try not to stare at and hope our kids didn't see, has now been thrown in our yeah, we're kind of irritated and no, we don't see any of their influences as positive. Interesting post Pearl. Thanks!

Chairm said...

Madsen's activist guidebook is available on the web at no cost. Google will find it.

Pearl said...


Thanks! I am eager to make an impact and encourage others to be more conscientious in this fight. The opposition is subtle and we have to be especially discerning in order to remain abreast of the debate and employment of subversive normalization tactics.


Ha! Yes, well, um...insidiouser, huh? Okay, sure. I'll take it.


Thanks for your comment. I am grateful for those who are steady and firm in their resolve to withstand subtle, yet brilliant marketing tactics and public relations gambits.

Just wait until tomorrow's post. I'll be talking about how homosexual activists were guided away from scenes like those following the Prop 8 victory, and into more influential positions, conducive to dogged, intellectual activism in media, news, hollywood, etc.

It's a fantastic read. I absolutely recommend this book to everyone.

Pearl said...

Thanks Chairm. Are you referring to After the Ball or is there another activist publication by that author?

Amanda said...

Thank you for your blog! It is so refreshing to hear from someone who shares the same beliefs that I do! I am getting so sick of hearing all the whining from the homosexuals, reading your blog helps me have hope for the future!

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