All disapproval of homosexuality leads inevitably to hatred, violence, murder and eventually genocide of homosexuals. That’s the unstated premise of all LGBT rhetoric and policy goals and the source of their astonishing and relentless political passion. It is the reason why, for example, “gay” anti-bulling policies require all schoolchildren to be brainwashed to believe that homosexuality is good and normal instead of simply teaching children to respect others despite their differences. And why LGBT activists are pathologically incapable of articulating any objective standard to differentiate “homophobia” from “non-homophobic criticism of homosexuality” (try getting one to do it on the record sometime).
The belief that disapproval leads inevitably to genocide isn’t rational, obviously. It is a paranoid delusion — but one that is mutually shared and reinforced by the leaders and activists of the LGBT community, driving them with such desperate urgency that they vehemently attack any person who dares even to whisper, for example, that marriage is for one man and one woman. From Anita Bryant in the 1970s to Phil Robertson in 2014, any public figure who criticizes so-called “gay rights“ is targeted for personal destruction by LGBT bullies.
These “human rights” organizations then use these “official” reports to 1) generate public sympathy for homosexuals as innocent victims of irrational prejudice, 2) smear the leaders of their opposition as haters who want homosexual to be harmed, and 3) to lobby public officials for anti-discrimination laws. In their minds, the end of “protecting” homosexuals justifies their deliberate deception of the public.
It is a highly effective strategy and very difficult to fight, especially if (perhaps more accurately “when”) the “watchdog” media in that jurisdiction is actually a “lapdog” for the LGBT movement. Most “human rights” abuses reported in these campaigns are self-reported but the media never seems to ask whether or to what extent the political self-interest of the self-reporting “victims” invalidates the data.