Tuesday, May 14, 2019


Time to start a new series, "This is the Enemy", and what better enemy to focus on first than the ultraleft LGBTQ community? Via Newswars:

"Converse has announced the release of a new line of shoes celebrating LGBT culture alongside a marketing campaign featuring characters of various sexual orientations, including an 11-year-old ‘drag kid’ who goes by the stage name ‘Desmond Is Amazing.’

“We’re happy to launch our Pride Collection, partnering with six individuals connected to the LGBTQ+ community who show the power of expressing one’s true self,” the apparel company tweeted on Monday.

Desmond is highlighted on the Converse website wearing a flamboyant outfit and make-up, striking a dramatic dance pose alongside a quote stating, “There is no normal.”

A brief bio describes him as a “drag kid / lgbtq+ advocate.”

Desmond Napoles has autism, according to his parents, who say that his ‘drag performances’ help him to cope with his disability.

He began to garner attention in 2015 after dancing in the NYC Pride Parade, and amid rising popularity on social media, Napoles was invited to appear on Good Morning America, where he danced for the audience and was paid a visit from three adult drag queens.

In late 2018, disturbing video footage surfaced of Desmond performing at gay bars in Brooklyn and San Francisco, while grown men threw bills at him, and shortly afterwards, journalists discovered Desmond had appeared in a interview with infamous 90s “club kid” Michael Alig, who had spent 17 years in jail for the killing and dismemberment of a fellow clubber and drug dealer.

“On Alig’s show ‘Pee-ew!’ 10-year-old Desmond sat between Alig and Alig’s fellow ‘Club Kid’ Ernie Glam, making stilted conversation about the child’s favorite television shows, ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ and ‘Dragula,'” LifeSite reports. “Over their heads was a painting of a cartoon child skipping rope over the word ‘Rohypnol.’ Rohypnol is a well-known date rape drug often used to incapacitate victims marked for sexual assault.”"

Here are a couple of videos the bastards at YouTube won't yank:


I will repeat it again. Over here at DowneastBlog we don't hate homosexuals and lesbians. Personally, although I haven't delved in the how or why of people being gay, I tend to believe that one cannot 'blame' someone being that way anymore than one can blame someone for having freckles or blonde hair. To the best of my knowledge, the percentage of gay people in society is around 3 per cent. I might add that one of my four best friends is gay. He lives with his partner, a Swiss man, near the town of L. And my friend is one of the nicest chaps you will ever meet. When he confided his being so in 1989 or thereabouts, I told him I didn't care.

But there's a kind of bipolar disorde, for want of a better denominator, between the acceptance by society of a mere biological fact and not dwelling upon it any more than necessary, and the outright promotion of the gay lifestyle the way we witness it now. Especially in a time when Whites are literally on the road to extinction.

If you are a sane person, fight this dangerous and destructive propaganda with all your might.


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