They said I never do interviews but that’s not true, although most have been on the radio, not on Youtube. This interview didn’t go well at all because the presenters were Cultural Left, PC, SJW, Globohomo dipshits and the whole thing got derailed with their bitching about my non-Delphi Murders stuff, focused on the usual “isms.”
In this case, I got accused of extreme homophobia and anti-Semitism LOL. Which is weird as commenters on here think I’m pro-Black and pro-Jewish. Basically no examples of these cardinal sins against the woke world were presented with the exception of my comments about “pre-gay boys” being presented as extreme homophobia. Yet it was nothing of the sort.
Here are the examples of extreme homophobia according to the Globohomo woke audience.
- The concept of “pre-gay boys.”
- The use of the term “straight-acting” and my congratulating the gay presenter for being straight-acting.
- The idea that gay men are “wired up” that way.
- The fact that I “forced some counseling clients to “come out before they were ready to,” which is supposedly real harmful, although I did no such thing.
- My statement that “I don’t care about lesbians because they hate men.” Well, it’s true. They do hate men. They really, really, really hate men.
No one hates men more than a lesbian, and very few sexually active straight women hate us that much either since if they hate us that much, they usually just go celibate. Some lesbians don’t hate men, and of course I like those ones. Note that I still support full civil rights for lesbians and do not wish to see them harmed in any way just for being lesbians. For being manhters? Yeah, I would not mind seeing them harmed for that actually.
No examples were presented of my extreme antisemitism in my writing. Recall that my longest relationship was with a Jewish woman who agreed with most everything I ever said about Jews. Also recall that I was going to convert to Judaism for her. However, the gay man decided that one thing I said in the interview was antisemitic:
- I said I was a Jesusist who believed only in Jesus and the New Testament and I rejected the entire Old Testament. A Christian who rejects the Old Testament is apparently an antisemite! News to me.
I was also taken to task for saying:
- Psychopathy was not mental disorder. Instead it was a moral disorder.
Why this comment makes me evil is beyond me. Someone clue me in here.
Anyway, with this thin gruel above as evidence, the entire audience decided I was some extreme homophobe, and I don’t even like those people! The comment about lesbians took the cake. They went on and on about how I was full of hate, animus, and vitriol for these very mild and mostly harmless remarks. The female commenter acted like I was so hateful that I could not possibly have any relations with my family or have any friends, not to mention girlfriends of course. The audience agreed. Anyone as vicious as I was was a doomed, lonely man destined to stew in his own hate as no one would hang around with such a hateful person.
Well, aside from the fact I’m not particularly hateful, antisemitism and homophobia don’t seem to make one a hated outcast. I’ve known many homophobes in my life and none had any shortage of friends or even girlfriends. I’ve known a number of antisemites and that never seemed to get in the way of friendship or getting laid either. Actually a lot of those guys do better than I do.
This Globohomo notion that everyone afflicted with these -isms lead lives of lonely misery is ridiculous. The Jews have been saying this forever. No antisemite could ever make a friend or get laid, so crippling is the disorder. None were ever successful and they all lived in trailer parks, steeping in jealousy for the Jews. They should meet some of the very wealthy and prominent antisemites and even anti-Black racists I’ve known. I guess it’s extended to the gays now, except being a homophobe never seems to get in the way much of friendship or getting laid.
Plus if you met me and someone told you I was stewing in hate and an evil person, you would laugh for ten minutes because I seem like the nicest guy you ever met. But oh noes! What about those evil thoughts of mine! Thought criminal!
Constructive critique is permitted and even encouraged. I know I’m not the best speaker and I’ve never figured out how to get my voice to the right volume.