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    Milking Harvey
    Political Correctness; Posted on: 2008-02-09 19:47:24 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    California Assemblyman wants state holiday for slain "gay icon"

    Wiping White Conservative Men from History

    California State Assemblyman Mark Leno (Democrat, San Francisco) and the Equality California (EQCA) activist group have announced plans to establish May 22 as "Harvey Milk Day." Harvey Milk was a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors who was the first "openly gay man" elected to public office. Milk's radical homosexual agenda helped to change San Francisco from a beautiful white working class town into the bastion of provincial liberalism it is today. Milk's ideology and dishonest methods sparked deep resentment, and in 1978 Milk and San Francisco Mayor George Moscone were killed by a mentally unbalanced former city councilman. Despite claims that Milk was killed for being a homosexual, Moscone was "straight" and the killer, Dan White, was angry about not being allowed to sit on the Board of Supervisors. White blamed Milk and Moscone for blocking him.

    "Harvey Milk was a true American hero," says Assemblyman Leno, explaining why he wants Milk's birthday declared a holiday. "He gave hope to a generation of gay and lesbian individuals whose basic humanity and freedom had been denied and dishonored. His history is our history, and a day in his honor will preserve his legacy for generations to come."

    Leno, a former rabbinical student at Hebrew Union College in New York, has been involved with a number of "gay rights issues," especially "gay marriage" and AIDS. His work was successful in making crossdressers a "protected class" in California. (Milk had the same ethnic background as Leno).

    Holidays are a powerful tool for social engineering, "legitimizing" agendas and allowing them to be raised in schools and other public venues. The culture war on the West sees these kinds of events being regularly used in an attempt to change public perceptions and behaviors. Just as in healthier days America celebrated Christmas and Easter, Columbus Day and other holidays openly and without fear, today such holidays are subjected to relentless attacks while other, "politically correct" holidays and remembrances are formulated by the oligarchy who rule us. This is part of a strategy to devalue, undermine and eventually exterminate America as a white nation.

    Martin Luther King Day, Cinco de Mayo, Black History Month, Holocaust Day, Eid, Cesar Chavez Day, Kwanzaa, and the elevation of Hanukkah, originally a very minor Jewish holiday, are just a handful of the public celebrations meant to undermine white awareness of ourselves, and part of a much larger campaign that touches all areas of life. While most whites still do not "celebrate" these holidays, in public schools especially they become platforms for indoctrination of children.

    A Harvey Milk Day would allow teachers to uphold him as a "hero" and "legitimize" his agenda. The effect on America of the worldview Milk stood for is striking, just looking at San Francisco as a microcosm of the larger problem. At the end of World War II San Francisco's population was 90% white. The Castro District, which Milk represented, is now known world wide as a "gay ghetto," but as late as the 1970s it was an Irish, working class neighborhood.

    Similarly, just as San Francisco has changed in such a short period, so too America has changed, like San Francisco for the worse. Part of the reason this has happened is because the white people who built America and proclaimed its values have lost confidence in themselves. And a part of that is the result of systemic devaluation of our expressions as a people.
    News Source: Special to Western Voices


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