WorldNetDaily has consistently promoted the very-discredited book by Scott Lively and Ken Abrams which blames gays for the rise of Nazism and the Holocaust, and now its editor Joseph Farah is linking the book to today’s political debate over gay rights. While The Pink Swastika contains little factual merit and Nazi Germany in fact sentenced tens of thousands of homosexuals to concentration camps, the book has inspired social conservative leaders like Bryan Fischer and elevated the status of its co-author Scott Lively, who was closely connected to the “kill the gays bill” in Uganda. In today’s column , Farah lavishes praise on the viciously anti-gay book and calls Nazi Germany a “pagan, homosexual cult.” Farah goes on to spin the term “never again” to refer to the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and the legalization of same-sex marriage in a number of states, asserting that the rise of Nazism is tied to the gay-rights movement:
I’ve just finished one of the most disturbing books I’ve ever read.
It’s called “The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party” by Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams, and it puts the lie to myth that “gays” were systematically victimized under Adolf Hitler’s regime. In fact, it provides overwhelming, meticulously documented evidence from mainstream historical sources that most of those holding the reins of power in Nazi Germany were indeed homosexuals themselves – including Hitler.
In fact, the only conclusion one can make after reading “The Pink Swastika” is that German-style Nazism was a pagan, homosexual cult.
From the party’s founding in a homosexual bar, “The Pink Swastika” introduces the reader to all the household names of Nazism – from Goebbels to Goering and Himmler to Hess – and their secrets of sexual perversion, one of the driving forces of their genocidal sadism.
But perhaps not until very recently, with the mandating of open homosexuality in the military and the widespread promotion of same-sex marriage, could Americans have been expected to see the relevance of this remarkable work to their own society. We say, “never again.” But do we mean it? Do we even understand what actually happened? I didn’t – until I read this book.
Never before have I seen a book explore how someone reputed to be in his early years a homosexual male prostitute, Adolf Hitler, could become the most powerful man in Europe and lead the world into cataclysmic and unprecedented death and disaster.