Lady Gaga’s song “Born This Way” is another piece of propaganda in the culture wars. She seeks to convince gullible young people that we are slaves to biology and that homosexuality is something we have absolutely no control over.
In an extensive interview with the pop star in the March issue of Vogue we find these words: “Clearly an homage to the obscure underground disco record ‘I Was Born This Way’; it is an unbelievably great dance song, destined to be the anthem of every gay-pride event for the next 100 years. She tells me that Elton John pronounced it the ‘gayest song’ he had ever heard. ‘I wrote it in ten f**king minutes,’ she says, ‘and it is a completely magical message song’.”
Now there is a pair for you: Gaga and Elton, both doing their bit to push their radical agenda, taking millions of kids with them along the way. On the one hand we have her promoting the myth of “but I was born that way,” while he is bringing children into the world without the most important people they can know: their biological parents.
As to her agenda, it of course has been refuted countless times by the most important proof available: people who have left the homosexual lifestyle. There are thousands of people who have left that life and gone on to heterosexual marriage and family.
Here are two such recent stories:
Their stories in part helped convince the State of Maryland to reject homosexual marriage. Of course the radical homosexual community hates these people more than anyone else, because they are living proof that the ‘I was born that way’ line is just a myth.
The militants will do anything to discredit these stories. In the same way those who club baby seals to death to make their profits will do everything they can to keep the public from knowing about their dirty little trade secrets.
And in the same way those who are getting rich in abortion mills do not want anyone to know the truth about what they actually do. They go to great lengths to fool the public, as they seek to hide the way in which they shred unborn babies to pieces, or burn them alive in saline solutions, and so on.
So too here: the homosexual activists will do anything to prevent the public knowing the truth about those who have been deeply into the homosexual lifestyle, but have chosen to walk away from it. If the public got a hold of this truth, the whole homosexual agenda would go up in smoke.
The same with the foolishness that two men somehow make a family and can offer the proper environment to raise children. No Elton, children don’t need aging rock stars and their male lovers; they need what children have always needed: a mother and a father.
But Elton and his activist buddies want to create a new stolen generation. They are deliberately depriving kids of the one thing almost guaranteed to result in their own wellbeing: biological parents. David van Gend comments on this act of selfishness on Elton’s and his mate’s part:
“The two men say they ‘don’t have a clue’ which one of them is the biological father of their surrogate baby. And the baby will never have a clue about his biological mother because the egg fertilised by the celebrity sperm was from an anonymous donor. Zachary Furnish-John has been brought into the world with no possibility, ever, of knowing who his mother is. He will meet the ‘gestational carrier’ who gave him flesh and gave him birth, but she is unrelated to him. This baby boy will never hear his own mother’s voice, never be comforted by the unique love between mother and son, because two men have decided that a mum doesn’t matter.”
He continues, “Here is the heart and soul of opposition to same-sex marriage: that same-sex marriage means same-sex parenting, and same-sex parenting makes it impossible for children to have both a mother and a father in their life. Same-sex marriage heralds a new stolen generation of Elton’s children forcibly deprived of a mother. This time round the offence against the child is justified as necessary for meeting the needs of homosexual adults.
“‘Marriage is fundamentally about the needs of children’, writes David Blankenhorn, speaking for those of us who oppose the new stolen generation. He is a high-profile supporter of gay rights in the US who nevertheless draws the line at gay marriage. ‘Redefining marriage to include gay and lesbian couples would eliminate entirely in law, and weaken still further in culture, the basic idea of a mother and a father for every child’….
“Marriage is not a social fad to be cut to shape according to the political whim of the Greens and the gays. Marriage is a social reinforcement of a timeless biological reality. The triple-bond of male and female and offspring is nature’s way for human life – as with other mammals – and it is beyond the power of any parliament to repeal nature and equate same-sex friendships with the inherently male-female project of family formation. Certainly, some married couples will not have children, just as some trees in an orchard will not bear fruit – but the cultural purpose of the institution, as with the orchard, is clear.”
Quite right. Here we have two trendy, rich, egotistical, pampered and basically selfish rockers pushing two of the greatest myths going. Both claims are easily refuted. But because of their clout, countless young people especially will be led into this fantasyland.
The two ex-homosexuals whom I link to above will not likely have the same clout and influence as these two rock stars, but what they have to say is far more important, far more true, and far more vital than what a hundred of these trendy pop icons will ever likely say.