Anti-LGBT Leader: Schools Barring Discrimination Are Like 'Nazi Concentration Camps'

The founder of a group that opposes LGBT rights says that educators working to stop discrimination against lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual students in Massachusetts schools are like "Nazi concentration camp guards."
1 year ago by David
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The founder of a group that opposes LGBT rights says that educators working to stop discrimination against lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual students in Massachusetts schools are like "Nazi concentration camp guards."

MassResistance President Brian Camenker on Tuesday told VCY America radio host Jim Schneider that new Massachusetts Department of Education guidelines protecting transgender students were actually doing "harm to kids by encouraging this."

"When you talk to some of these ex-trangenders, the horrible things that it does to them is just astounding," he insisted. "It's insanity. A boy cannot change his sex. Your DNA does not change. And you can call yourself something different, you can dress differently, you can take hormones, you are always a boy."

"And these school administrators, you know, you think of them as like the Nazi concentration camp guards must have been like, where they're doing this horrible evil, and, you know, they're just taking orders or something... they believe in it," Camenker added. "And people need to rise up because it's only going to get worse."

As early as 2005, the MassResistance founder argued that the LGBT movement had similarities to the Nazi movement.

"The Big Lie technique (like other remnants of Nazism and the Nazi movement) has been a focus of the homosexual movement since it coalesced in the late 1980s and began to use the media on a large scale," Camenker wrote. "The Big Lie was first described by Adolph Hitler in his writings, and later refined and put to use on a large scale by Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi Minister of Propaganda."

(h/t: Right Wing Watch)

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