Skip to comments.Homosexualization of the newsroom; VFTB at the Prophecy Summit: Joseph Farah
Posted on 10/11/2013 1:16:04 PM PDT by Duke of Milan
When asked how things are different now in the news business, Farah said his last year in the newspaper business was around 1992 but went on to say:
In the late 80s and early 90s something happened, I write about it in my book Stop The Presses, I literally saw the homosexualization of the newsroom. Prior to the mid 1980s I mean there were gays in the news room but I saw them take over the news room and basically use kind of very heavy handed, you know, what would happen is if a homosexual took over a particular department in a newsroom pretty soon everybody below that person that would be hired would be homosexual. And there was tension that was created and I think it wouldnt be so easy being an open Christian in a newsroom like that today. I certainly didnt feel that pressure until the very tail end of my newspaper experience.
The above quote is from 19:07 to 20:11 in the interview.
Homosexuals are the biggest bullies/mean/vile and intolerant people around.
Besides “homosexualization” there is a feminization process that begins in U.S. grade schools, has reached the professions and corporate sector and is most obvious in the military. It is unhealthy, dangerous, and goes hand-in-hand with “political correctness”—which is dogmatic totalitarianism.
And you can hide being homosexual unlike being female or black or Hispanic or Asian, until you are comfortable coming out. There is discrimination all right, but it goes the opposite way. Now Christians and conservatives are banished to the closet.
Jack Parr made the same observation DECADES ago.
May 23, 2010 Fairies and Communists: The Homophobia of Jack Paar by Kliph Nesteroff (note, I did not title this article)
From Jack Paar's second book, My Saber is Bent (1961, Pocket Books):
Fairies and Communists by Jack Paar
There used to be a time when it looked like the Communists were taking over show business. Now it's fairies. They operate a lot alike, actually; both have a tendency to colonize. Just as there used to be no such thing as one Communist in a play or movie, now there is no such thing as one fairy. Where you find one, you usually find a baker's dozen swishing around. I had a little game I used to play when I was an actor in Hollywood, back in the days when Communists or Communist sympathizers were nearly as plentiful in the film capital as yes-men. If I spotted someone in a picture who was a Communist or leftist, I could usually pick out several others. They always came in sets. Now I play it a different way. When I hear that some fairy is producing or directing or acting in a play, I can often name some of the rest of the cast, even if I've never heard it. But Communists and fairies do differ in some respects. The Hollywood Communists had their "Unfriendly Ten," who refused to testify before a Congressional Committee, but the fairies are overfriendly. They do say no occasionally. "When a fairy says no," Alex King has observed, "he almost throws his back out of joint." The poor darlings, as they sometimes call themselves, are everywhere in show business. The theater is infested with them and it's beginning to show the effects. "The New York theater is dying," the late Ernie Kovacs complained recently, "Killed by limp wrists."
...Formerly playwrights were writing plays about fairies and now they're writing plays for them. There was a wonderful scene in Peter Pan when Mary Martin turned and asked the audience if they believed in fairies and they answered with an affirmative roar. I began to get worried when the cast started drowning out the audience.
Not only have homosexuals taken over a leading role in the theater, but the theme of homosexuality is becoming increasingly prominent on the stage as witness Advise and Consent, Compulsion, The Best Man and Tea and Sympathy, some of which have been produced on both the stage and screen. Recently, not one but two versions of the life of Oscar Wilde were showing in New York.
A half century ago Wilde was jailed and disgraced in England for "The love that dared not speak its name," yet today actors found guilty of the same offense become not only famous but honored. One of England's most noted actors and a popular American male singer have both been convicted of homosexuality without it adversely affecting their public lives or careers.
I first noticed the widespread prevalence of homosexuality in Hollywood, which boasted a Fairyland long before it had a Disneyland. Fresh out of the Army, and rather naive, it became as quite a shock to discover that some of Hollywood's biggest he-man stars were actually more interested in each other than in the glamorous actresses they made love to before the cameras. One virile looking Western star was such a gay Caballero that he had to be restrained from riding side saddle. Another gorgeous hunk of man, whom millions of girls sighed over, had his voice dubbed by another actor to disguise its girlish quality. Other male stars, known as AC-DC types, are ambidextrous and can't decide what to do when confronted by "His" and "Hers" towels. In New York they are prominent in all of the arts. They cavort in ballet. They flutter on the Broadway stage. And they are everywhere in television. Wherever there is one you will find others. They are highly organized and indefatigable at assisting each other.
I don’t know much about Jack Paar, but from reading that article I know I like him.
Thank you....very interesting.
All over network and local big city news rooms. Almost as bad as public schools.
Nothing is enough for the disgusting fag perverts. They have a stranglehold over the MSM and their hero BHO and his administration are helping them tighten their grip. RINOs are even encouraging it! Revolting.