Originally posted on April 2, 2013
With same sex marriage bills, the ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy and same sex couples being able to adopt a child, many feel this lifestyle is being promoted and not just supported. Many people are starting to question if the powers that be have created a “gay agenda”.
Dr. Umar Johnson, a school psychologist and lecturer, says up until 1973, homosexuality was listed as a mental disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Dr. Johnson says homosexuality is used as a population control strategy which started in 1973 under the Rockefeller World Population Council. He says Planned Parent Hood International and the Rockefeller World Population Control Council decided it would be best that homosexuality be propagated in the black community as a healthy lifestyle choice. According to Dr. Johnson, in 1974, Dr. Henry Kissinger created a national security memorandum called NSSM2000, a document that looks specifically at strategies to control the black population rate across the world ( with birth control, healthy sexual practices and a alternative lifestyle modifications). Nigeria and America along with other African countries were listed as targets.
In the 1970s, comedian Flip Wilson was one of the first straight black men to play the role of a woman on television. Actors such as Martin Lawrence, Jamie Fox, Damon Wayans, David Alan Grier and many others have played either a woman or a gay man at least once in their careers. Couldn’t the director find a woman to play the role? Why are these men being asked to put on dresses?
Dave Chappelle is a comedian and actor who walked away from a $50 million contract because he didn’t agree with what was taken place behind the scenes in Hollywood. In 2006, during an interview with Oprah, Chappelle talks about how he was asked to wear a dress multiple times on the set of the film, “Blue Streak”. He says three different people (writer, director and producer) tried to convince him to wear it. He says they finally backed off after he continuously said no. Chappelle told Oprah he wondered why he’d seen so many men in dresses in film and television. He also said, “you have to take a stand.”
Dr. Johnson says the black woman was masculinized which resulted in lesbianism. He believes many lesbians were molested, mistreated or witnessed domestic violence by a man they loved or trusted. He also says he doesn’t believe anyone is born gay. He says the evidence that allegedly proves the theory is biased because it’s sponsored by homosexual groups. Dr. Johnson says homosexuality is indeed a mental disorder that can be cured.
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