After AFA’s Fischer says gays responsible for Nazi Party, Gov. Perry spokeswoman says AFA ‘promotes strong and safe families’
A day after the American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer told radio show listeners that the Nazi Party in Germany was formed in a Munich gay bar by “homosexual thugs,” a spokesperson for Texas Gov. Rick Perry said the “controversies aren’t related to” his called day of fasting and prayer on Aug. 6, at an event in Houston funded and co-hosted by AFA. She also defended AFA “as an organization that promotes safe and strong families.”
Fischer also made similar statements on his AFA blog, defending himself against assertions in the media that he said gay people are responsible for the Holocaust. “Fischer said that he never claimed that gays were responsible for the Holocaust, just that they were responsible for the Nazi Party and all of its activities,” the American Independent reported.
When asked if Perry agrees with Fischer’s statements, spokeswoman Katherine Cesinger said, “Governor Perry is looking forward to the event. AFA is an organization that promotes safe and strong families. These controversies aren’t relevant to the event, Governor Perry is focused on what he is trying to accomplish, which is bringing America together in prayer for the nation.”
Asked again if Perry agrees with Fischer, she said, “This event is about prayer focused on bringing America together for challenges faced, these comments don’t have anything to do with this event.”
She added, “[Perry] is very clear with his faith. His priority with this event is bringing people together.”
She also said, “Those statements and other controversial statements made have nothing to do with what the Governor is trying to promote.”
Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association told listeners of his radio show on Thursday that the Nazi Party in Germany was formed in a Munich gay bar by “homosexual thugs.”
And he is quite right.
Kevin E. Abrams:
Historian Frank Rector records that the German Workers Party-the forerunner to Hitler’s Nazi Party-”was founded at a gay bar in Munich, called the Bratworstglockl.”(4) Jonathan Katz, a gay Holocaust historian, writes, “most, if not all, of its founding members were either homosexuals or bisexuals.” Katz writes that “the founders of the party were also founders of the `Bund fur Menschenrecht’ (The Society for Human Rights), the largest homosexual rights organization in Germany at the time.”(5) The major distinction between Hirschfeld’s Institute and the `Bund’ was that Hirschfeld’s following was largely made up of effeminate, passive antipedophile adherents, while the Bund was comprised of butch or masculo-homosexuals who were pro-pedophile.
Homosexuals are worse than the Soviets for rewriting history…
Kevin Abrams work has been completely discreditied on its merits. However, please also note that his ‘research’ was co-authored by a Mr. Scott Lively, a violent (paid a judgement as a result of physically assaulting a Gay rights supporter in Oregon) homophobe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Swastika
They gassed gays by the thousands along with everyone else they didn’t like … and Nazi groups today are still about as anti-gay as you could imagine.
PS: Just about every line in Kevin Abrams book has been invalidate, BTW. He is a religious wacko with an axe to grind and genocides of his own to start. Now, it is true that a few of the higher-ups were gay (3 I would say were worth noting), or I should say … there WERE a few gay higher-ups until Hitler had them killed.
PPS: As much as you like to mention pedos, I find it curious that your pointed author appointed a known pedo to run a Christian cafe right next to a school. Free to the kiddos of course. Good thing the police caught up with the guy.
that makes total sense. gypsies and homosexuals were the first groups rounded up, so yeah, founded by homosexual thugs sounds perfectly reasonable. and i do LOVE it when christians use their bible like a bludgeon. well played sir. i’m really looking forward to the beck/palin crowd defend this garbage.