sc Special The Pink Swastika Part 1

Part one of a lecture by Christian evangelical, author, speaker Scott Lively on his book “The Pink Swastika.”

Scott Lively is the president of Abiding Truth Ministries, a conservative Christian organization that promotes conservative family values. Recently Lively has been in the news following his speaking tour in Uganda that helped inspire the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

Scott Lively’s book “The Pink Swastika” is a blatant attempt to prove that homosexuals are immoral and destructive by examining their (according to Lively) central role in Nazism.

This is part one of a four part series devoted to a presentation given by Lively on his own work “The Pink Swastika.”  Toppie Smellie says he believes the homosexual community should know about the book and in particular the dangerous conclusions Lively has made as a result of his wildly anti-gay biased research into gay and Nazi history.

Please send comments to Toppie at Smellcast@aol.com.

Please click the link below to listen to a Special Smellcast on The Pink Swastika.

sc Special – The Pink Swastika


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2 Responses to “sc Special The Pink Swastika Part 1”

  1. Mark in Canada Says:

    It laughed a bit because it sounds like his audience is about 10 people. He quotes gay scholars with respect but then equates being gay with raping 13-year-old boys. Um, isn’t that pedophilia? And if the Nazis were all gay why would they send so many fellow gays to concentration camps? His logic is a bit dubious and he’s scattered but I’ll keep listening to the second part.

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