The Homosexual Conspiracy and Black Atheism


It’s happened again. The monolithic atheist movement has been shattered by European customs. The Black Atheists of Atlanta have a show where they keep the public informed on black atheist issues. I’ve excerpted a little bit of their profoundly well contemplated ideas that appear to be refined from the upper echelons of Redneck Central.

Yes, the homosexual community is co-opting the whole atheist movement. These aren’t really atheists; they’re just angry Christians. Churches aren’t judging their lifestyle, just their sex style. [Are the churches invading bedrooms to post ratings on how well it’s done?] The churches frown on homosexuality, so you know what they’ve done? So they say “What if I leave the church; that way I don’t have to worry about no God judgin’ me. That way I’ll get with other like-minded atheists, and everything will be okay.”

Listen, homosexual friends, everything’s not okay. Don’t do that in the name of black atheism. If you are of African descent, then you accept the values, customs, and traditions of traditional African people, and homosexuality is not a traditional African custom. It is a European Graeco-Roman social custom. [That’s how Europeans greet each other.] This is a historical fact. I’m not a bigot. This is not prejudice. Traditional African society prioritizes reproduction and protection of children.

Homosexuality is a by-product of western individualism [like Broke Back Mountain?]. It’s me, me, me, me, me [unlike heterosexual relations, where we are selflessly thinking only of our partner’s enjoyment]. I don’t believe in God because of scientific reasons. When the topic of homosexuality comes up, I always bring up the Law of Reproduction. [This is one of those inviolable Laws taught in every biology class.] You’re not born that way. To say you’re born that way violates the scientific Law of Reproduction. It has nothing to do with religion. We’re not anti-homosexual. If you’re European, if you’re white, that’s their thing. If you go to their history books, they’ll tell you, we’ve been doing it for years; for centuries; this is our custom. They’ll let you know they have sex with animals. [Actually, I had been trying to hide that. These guys are just too perceptive.]

We’re the Black Atheists’ Network. We have not defined what’s best for us.

Well, … I don’t want to give away the plot. Here the video — skip to minute 3:00.

If I have any readers in Europe, I’m sorry. I hadn’t meant to give away your secret, but it would have come out anyway once this video goes viral. I just wanted to warn all of those atheists in America what’s in store for us.

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7 responses to “The Homosexual Conspiracy and Black Atheism

  1. U people are some Goddamned prlme Idiots, If I had a nickel for every misinformed misguided nappyass negro, I could afford to buy the planet. Please don’t speak on things you don’t know or have neither the depth, or capacity to understand. Because u only poison other easily influenced, dysfunctional deadheads with your ignorant erroneous ego inflated intellect.being Gay is not a Custom. Nor does it come from any particular race of people or influence of other gay people, It isn’t a Defect, nor a Disease, It is Biological and Inherent. Completely natural to the individual who is no matter what your Pride & Prejudice tell u and regardless of whether. u like it or not. Stop trying to find ridiculous reasons for something that is just another part of life. Which u should know by now, Especially if you’re beyond the age of 18. It Kills me how Black’s are always crying “Discrimination!!!” sniff,sniff, “prejudice!!!” boo hoo sniff sniff, Waaa!!! But we can’t wait to practice our own brand of selective self righteous prejudice that we feel is Justified. Especially according to white religion that most of us have been shamelessly sucking up to since we were brought to this country. Now you can try any long winded rationalization u choose but the bottom line is this: WE ARE A CAPTURED RACE OF POWERLESS PEOPLE, don’t argue with me, argue with history, & given our history, we can’t afford to practice any form of prejudice. Even if it’s on an Intellectual or Religious level.

  2. Because it is only sporting:

    My honey pointed this blog out to me. It is such a virulent piece of anti-gay propaganda that it cried out for a full-throated response.

    https://infrequentatheist.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/the-homosexual-conspiracy-and-black-atheism/

    Listen, homosexual friends, everything’s not okay. Don’t do that in the name of black atheism. If you are of African descent, then you accept the values, customs, and traditions of traditional African people, and homosexuality is not a traditional African custom. It is a European Graeco-Roman social custom. [That’s how Europeans greet each other.] This is a historical fact. I’m not a bigot. This is not prejudice. Traditional African society prioritizes reproduction and protection of children.

    No, IA, you are a bigot. What is more, you are a–wait for it–fascist. You are a fascist in the sense that you have a ‘blood and soil’ mentality. You essentials a genetic fact–that one has recent African ancestry–and make it into something that compels you to, as you put it, accept the values, customs and traditions of traditional African people. Now, you do not explain why it should be so that a particular pattern of genetics, based upon parentage, should compel you to accept the values, customs and traditions of people living in a completely different culture. What is more, you merge all sub-Saharan African people into a single cultural group when, in fact, they are not a monoculture. The cultures represented on the African continent are as varied as those spanning from Paris in the West and Beijing in the East. Could you talk about a single, monolithic culture running along the entire length of the Eurasian continent? Not hardly. In the same way you cannot speak of a monolithic culture in Africa, even if you confine yourself to the sub-Saharan part of the continent. When I call you a fascist, I am saying that because you believe that blood and the soil it is from, make an inescapable bond and that one *must* (you have no qualifiers in the statement above) obey the dictates of that blood and soil.

    What is more, the argument you are making about Europeans does much the same thing. Yes, there is a civilization one could call Western European and yet, that civilization still manages to encompass places as diverse as Poland, Brazil, England, France, and Mexico, Chile and the United States. Again, not a monoculture by any stretch of the imagination. Yet you try to collapse all of that cultural diversity into one thing “European Graeco-Roman” entity that you can then dismiss as the source of homosexuality.

    Homosexuality is a by-product of western individualism [like Broke Back Mountain?]. It’s me, me, me, me, me [unlike heterosexual relations, where we are selflessly thinking only of our partner’s enjoyment]. I don’t believe in God because of scientific reasons. When the topic of homosexuality comes up, I always bring up the Law of Reproduction. [This is one of those inviolable Laws taught in every biology class.] You’re not born that way. To say you’re born that way violates the scientific Law of Reproduction. It has nothing to do with religion. We’re not anti-homosexual. If you’re European, if you’re white, that’s their thing. If you go to their history books, they’ll tell you, we’ve been doing it for years; for centuries; this is our custom. They’ll let you know they have sex with animals. [Actually, I had been trying to hide that. These guys are just too perceptive.]

    There is no “Law of Reproduction”, sir. None. I am willing to bet my academic background in molecular genetics over what you think you’ve understood by reading Dawkins et. al. Yes, sexual reproduction happens but that does not make it a ‘law’ in the strict scientific sense–and you are claiming thins ‘law’ is taught in every biology class. However, sexual reproduction is not the *only* way living organisms propagate themselves. What is more, in the ape brain–humans are apes whether you like it or not–sex and reproduction are not *necessarily* connected. We don’t have sex to reproduce, we have sex for pleasure. That is nature’s way of encouraging us TO reproduce. However, that is our species. There is no ‘law of reproduction’ that applies to our species. In fact, this idea you appear to have–and your argument assumes this–is that all living things reproduce themselves. That is not the case nor is it something that would be workable if it were. The vast majority of all things that have ever lived will leave around no descendants–none. For humans, non-trivial numbers of males have left behind *no* descendants. That does not mean that these men did not have sex, but it does mean that they did not leave around any descendants. In fact, one of the axiomatic statements of evolution is that there is competition for mates and that some individuals lose that competition. Your ‘Law of Reproduction’ is repealed by Nature and Nature *always* has the last vote.

    What’s more, you are as much a product of Western civilization as any homosexual. You are not ‘traditionally African’ unless you were born in Africa and grew up in that culture. If that is the case, you’re not in exactly the best position to tell black Americans who or what we are. Chances are, though, is that you did not grow up in Africa you grew up in the United States. You are a Westerner and any things you’ve picked up that you believe are ’traditionally African’ are no more authentic than the blonde haired, blue-eyed second or third generation Americans, whose grandparents came over from Norway at the end of WW II, and suddenly discover that they are 1/16th Cherokee and start styling themselves Running Wolfwater or some other such rot. Your argument is a Western-style anti-gay argument. Your attempt to back up your anti-gay bigotry–and you are, after all, a bigot–with a patina of scientific respectability is very much a Western rhetorical tactic. You are no more ‘traditionally African’ than I am and I have maintained, since I first started hearing this Afrocentrist tripe 30 years ago, that any meaningful cultural connection between blacks in America and blacks in Africa died when the last person, born in Africa and transplanted to America, died. After that, we were on our own.

    What’s more, the giants–the real and true demigods of our intellectual tradition in the West–almost to a person through the 19th and most of the 20th centuries recognized that to look to Africa was folly. You are not an African, you are an American. If you are British or Canadian or Australian you are STILL not an African. If we drop you off with some tribe of !Kung you will enjoy the first week. Then you’ll start to miss your laptop, just like anyone else.

    Fascism is a very ugly human ideology. One of the most ugly and deeply disturbing ideas ever conceived by the mind of humans and we have come up with some truly diabolical ideas! it reduces people to cardboard cutouts, not even extras just background scenery in our own personal movies. When you are talking about gay people, you aren’t talking about the tech support person you spoke to, or the phlebotomist who drew your blood, or the pilot who just landed your airplane. No, you were talking about this amorphous mass called ‘homosexuals’ and in just a few paragraphs try to tie homosexuals to both bestiality and child abuse–neither of which has any meaningful or causal connection and, in fact, do not even correlate with homosexuality! Yet, as you proclaimed yourself to not be a bigot, you made statements that if some Rush Limbaugh were to make those same statements about blacks you would be up in arms, calling for his firing and banning from the airwaves. You do the very same thing with Europeans. I won’t even speculate how many other groups you fool yourself into thinking you feel superior to.

    As I said at the head of my response to you, you are a fascist. Since I’m reasonably certain that you will try to deny that you have anything in common, ideologically, with fascists you’ll forgive me if invoke a European, Umberto Eco, who has the benefit of knowing fascism when he sees it since he grew up in Mussolini’s Italy.

    1. The first feature of Ur-Fascism is the cult of tradition.
    7. To people who feel deprived of a clear social identity, Ur-Fascism says that their only privilege is the most common one, to be born in the same country. This is the origin of nationalism.
    12. Since both permanent war and heroism are difficult games to play, the Ur-Fascist transfers his will to power to sexual matters.
    14. Ur-Fascism speaks Newspeak.

    Of the fourteen points, these are the seven I think most germane to this discussion. The whole thing can be found at http://www.pegc.us/archive/Articles/eco_ur-fascism.pdf

    It is from Ur-Fascism by Umberto Eco.

    • Sorry that it’s taken so long to answer. This is the first time in over a week that I’ve been able to get to my PC.

      I assume that you didn’t notice from the tone of my response to the video, that I also think it’s crap. I extracted some of the video into print form to make snide comments about its content. Please watch the video and pass your comments along to the source. (They certainly need it.) I think that most of my readers (the same as you) also recognized that the “Law of Reproduction” is a figment of the our video expert’s fevered imagination.

      I agree that “Fascism is a very ugly human ideology.” Please pass it along. (You can send your comments to "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXcH9EbqFDQ".)

      Thanks for at least reading and responding to that post.

  3. I actually only read what you’d written, did not watch the video. I’ll do so after I wipe the egg off my face! 🙂

  4. The Black Atheist of Atlanta is right about these homosexuals masquerading themselves as Atheist. Homosexuals are not interested in Atheism at all because more often than not they push their cause for Gay Rights above-n-beyond the cause of Atheism. Brian LeBeau, Professor of History and American Studies, remarked on North Americas’ most famous White Atheist:

    “Madalyn Murray O’ Hair encouraged gay Atheists to organize their own chapters! Madalyn suggested separate chapters, because she believed gay Atheists would put gay concerns ahead of Atheist considerations…which is something she did not tolerate among other American Atheist chapters”. [LeBeau, Brian. “The Atheist: Madalyn Murray O’Hair”. NYU Press, 2003]

  5. I also agree with the black atheists in Atlanta.

    Here’s a related post:
    Family Values Atheism, questioning liberal dogma, what the gay flag means, questioning gay marriage, secular reparative therapy (choosing to live straight)
    http://jonathanshome.blogspot.com/2013/08/family-values-atheism-questioning.html

    • I was out of town again, so sorry about the late answer. Part of your blog left me with a few questions. Do only gay men get AIDS? I seem to remember reading that a large percentage pick it up from prostitutes and pass it along to their wives.

      I also thought your depiction of the “liberal dogma” was interesting since apparently they all think gay sex is “productive” and that gays are overjoyed to have pedophiles in their community. Does that include the more predominant heterosexual pedophiles?

      Of course, I can’t resist the Black Atheists’ contention that homosexuality is “unnatural” and that only folks of white European descent practice it because it is non-existent in Africa, where they have strong “family values”. (I already know that this isn’t your opinion, so the next question is directed to the Black Atheists of Atlanta.) Is that why Uganda had to pass such draconian anti-homosexuality laws?

      And last but not least, there’s the “Law of Reproduction”. At first I thought that it was something passed by the Georgia legislature, but later found that it came from someone named Science. I don’t know how I had missed the passing of such an important law.

      Since the original video has been taken down, here is a snippet that replays the silliest part of that video and takes it to task: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJpEdFvchJY&feature=player_embedded.

      As always, thanks for expressing your opinion, and as you probably have guessed, I disagree. (By the way. I have been labeled a conservative reactionary [as well as a snob] for some of my other opinions.)

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