|It must be made clear that the authors of The Pink Swastika emphasize in their book that although
homosexuality was rampant throughout the Nazi Party and at the core of its ideology, that
not all homosexuals were Nazis, and that, although it appears that the most violent
members of the Nazi Party were homosexuals, not all homosexual Nazis perpetrated violent
The following are some excerpts from the chapter "American Nazis" in The Pink Swastika that identify similarities between
the activities of homosexual Nazis in Nazi Germany and American Nazis now. Indeed,
the chapter shows that there is a firm connection between the original homosexual Nazis in
Nazi Germany and today's homosexual Neo-Nazis in America.
The Stonewall Riot and "Gay" Militancy
[In New York]
Homosexual activity occurred so frequently in the bushes of one
public park the authorities
were forced to cut down the trees to stop it (Adam:85). In response to police
efforts to discourage this increasingly offensive behavior, homosexuals began to organize
to demand the "right"' to public deviancy. Emboldened by their numbers,
they began picketing businesses such as Macy's Department Store, which had cracked down on
homosexual behavior in their rest rooms (ibid.:85).
On the evening of June 27, 1969 the "gay rights" movement
officially adopted terrorism as a means to achieve power when a surly mob of "drag
queens, dykes, street people, and bar boys" physically attacked police officers
conducting a "raid" on the Stonewall Bar on Christopher Street in New
York. Stonewall was "one of the best known of the Mafia controlled bars"
(Marotta:75) which was being closed for selling alcohol without a license. It was
also a haven for sexual deviants. As police began to take some bar patrons in for
questioning, a mob of homosexuals gathered across the street. Homosexualist Toby Marotta's The Politics of
Homosexuality includes an eyewitness report by a writer for the Village Voice:
[A]lmost by signal the crowd erupted into cobblestone and bottle heaving ... The trash
can I was standing on was nearly yanked out from under me as a kid tried to grab it for
use in the windowsmashing melee. From nowhere came an uprooted parking
meterused as a battering ram on the Stonewall door. I heard several cries of
"Let's get some gas," but the blaze of flame which soon appeared in the window
of the Stonewall [where the police officers were trapped] was still a shock (ibid.: 72).
By morning, the Stonewall bar was a burned-out wreck, and homosexual
leaders had declared the violence a success. Interestingly, the anniversary of this
event is known today as "Gay Pride Day" and features parades and other events
most notable for their public sex and nudity
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(ibid.: 158). It is ironic that the very activists who emerged from this new
militant environment developed (in 1970) the strategy of claiming victim status through
the use of the pink triangle and commemoration of the homosexuals who were persecuted by
the Nazis (Adam: 86).
Following the Stonewall riot the Mattachine Action Committee of the
Mattachine Society's New York chapter clamored for "organized resistance"
(ibid.:81), but control of the movement was taken out of their hands by a still more
radical group of activists. These men quickly formed the Gay Liberation Front, so
titled "because it had the same ring as National Liberation Front, the alliance
formed by the Viet Cong" (ibid.:91). At the heart of this new circle of power was
Herbert Marcuse (ibid.:88), a long time Socialist who had learned his politics, and
practiced his homosexuality, in pre-Nazi Germany. Homosexualist historian Barry D. Adam writes,
Herbert Marcuse, who had been a youthful participant in the 1918 German revolution and
had been steeped in the thinking of the life-reform movements of the Weimar Republic,
caught the attention of many gay liberationists.
His Eros and Civilization, published in the ideological
wasteland of 1955, bridged the prewar and postwar gay movements with its
implicit vision of homosexuality as a protest "against the repressive
order of procreative sexuality" (ibid.:84).
The Stonewall riot became the new symbol of the "gay rights"
movement. In its wake, Gay Liberation Fronts sprang up across the country, using
methods of intimidation and coercion to achieve political gains. Immediately they
targeted the medical community, whose increasing effectiveness in treating homosexual
disorders threatened the logical premise of the movement (Rueda:101ff).
What follows then is a description of the tactics used to get the American Psychiatric
Association (APA) to declare on December 15, 1973 that homosexuality was no longer an
The chapter carries on to describe a trail of gay violence that had, except for its
smaller scale, much in common with the violent tactics and activities of the Nazi
"Butch" homosexuals in Germany during the rise to power of the Nazi Party.
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Fortunately, America has not experienced the wide-scale
atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis in Germany, but the actions of certain male
homosexuals in recent history are reminiscent of the worst SS butchers. As noted in
a January 21, 1984 editorial in the New York Times, "Many
of the most violent multiple murders have been committed by homosexual males."
Clowes cites some alarming statistics showing that eight of the top ten serial killers in
the United States were homosexuals (below) and that homosexuals were responsible for 68
percent of all mass murders (Clowes:97). The following is a list of nine leading
homosexual serial killers, eight of which were among the top ten most prolific killers as
of 1992. Clowes' sources are listed in the text and are reprinted from Debating
the "Gay Rights" Issue:
Donald Garvey: 37 Murders ... [a] nurse's aide [who] was convicted
of 37 murders in Kentucky and Ohio. Psychologists testified that "Harvey said
he was a homosexual." The New York Times, August 20, and August 17th, 1991.
John Wayne Gacy: 33 Murders ... [a] professed homosexual ... who
killed 33 young men and boys and buried them in his basement. The New York Times,
Patrick Wayne Kearney: 32 Murders ... The New York Times described
him as "an acknowledged homosexual" and "
perpetrator of the
'homosexual trash bag murders.'" The New York Times, July 27, 1977.
Bruce Davis: 28 murders ... killed 28 young men and boys after
having sex with them. The New York Times, January 21, 1984.
Coril, Henry and Owen: 32 Murders. Dean Coril, Elmer Wayne
Henley, and David Owen Brooks were the members of a Texas homosexual torture/murder ring
that captured and mutilated 27 young men. The New York Times, July 27, 1974.
Juan Corona: 25 Murders...an admitted homosexual, killed 25 male
migrant workers. The New York Times,
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October 4, 1972.
Jeffrey Dahmer: 17 Murders ... a convicted child molester and
practicing and admitted homosexual, lured 17 young men and boys to his apartment, had sex
with them, then killed them and dismembered them. He ate parts of his victims bodies
... Dahmer was active in "gay rights" organizations and had participated in
"gay pride" parades. Michael C. Buelow. "Police Believe Suspect
Killed 17." The Oregonian, July 26, 1991, pages Al and A24. Also:
"Relative in Dahmer Case Sues." USA Today, August 6, 1991, page 3A.
Also October 1991 Focus on the Family Letter.
Stephen Kraft: 16 Murders ... killed at least 16 young men after
drugging, sodomizing and torturing them. Robert L. Mauro. "The Nation's
Leading Serial Killers." The Wanderer, October 31, 1991.
William Bonin: 14 Murders ... tortured and killed 14 young men ...
had sex with his victims before and after they died. Robert L. Mauro. "Me
Nation's Leading Serial Killers." The Wanderer, October 31, 1991. (Clowes:96)
William Bonin was executed by lethal injection at California's San
Quentin prison on February 23, 1996. As reported in the Orange County Register,
February 22,1996, Bonin, the so-called "Freeway Killer," killed at least 21 boys
and young men and dumped their bodies along California freeways (our original source
mentioned only 14). After having been jailed in the early 1970s for raping boys,
Bonin had vowed that in the future "there will be no witnesses."
Although various stories reported that Bonin had raped men at gunpoint
in the army and had been engaged in sex with a man at the time of his final arrest, the
media failed to identify Bonin as "gay." Standard "gay" rhetoric
denies that male on male child molestation qualifies as homosexual conduct. Here,
the perpetrator clearly was homosexual in his adult sexual relations as well, but the
"gay" label was scrupulously avoided.
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