Violence against LGBT people

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The claim that Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people face above-average levels of violence motivated by disapproval of their sexual behaviour or gender identity is a contentious one, frequently used by the LGBT movement to gain victimhood status, which is a valuable political tool. This victim status enables them to gain large payments from governments, the EU, the UN and charities, as well as enjoy charity tax exemption in many Western countries. This provides incentive for them to exaggerate, distort or even invent evidence. A loop is discernible, whereby LGBT organizations receive funding, use it to present findings about their supposed victimhood, and use this to argue their entitlement to more funding.

It is essential to make a distinction between penalties imposed by the state and acts of violence by individuals, alleged by homosexuals themselves. The latter allegations are notoriously unreliable.

Compare these two photographs. The first is a genuine picture taken in Buchenwald concentration camp in 1941, and preserved in the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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The second is a version of the same photograph photo-shopped with pink triangles, featured in Pink News and other highly unreliable LGBT websites, to convince readers that it was homosexuals, rather than Jews, who were persecuted by the Nazis.

Buchenwald picture Photo-shopped by gay website.jpg


Violence by Homosexuals Against Each Other

Statistically, homosexuals are far more likely to suffer violence and harm from each other than from heterosexuals. There are shockingly high rates of rape, violent assault, murder and deliberate transmission of venereal diseases between them.

David Lee Mangum

David Lee Mangum, a homosexual of Dexter, Missouri, USA, was convicted in 2015 of the crime of recklessly exposing others to HIV. When questioned by health officials, Mangum admitted that although he knew for ten years that he was HIV positive, he had gone on having unprotected relations with up to 300 men without disclosing his HIV status to anyone even his live-in partner. He got 30 years in jail as this was rightly classified as a form of homicide. [2]

Michael L. Johnson

A homosexual former college wrestler, convicted in 2015 in Missouri for knowingly infecting others with the HIV virus. Johnson, aged 23, was sentenced to 30 years for recklessly spreading the virus to five other partners. Johnson met four of the men on social “hook-up” apps, Grindr and Jack’d. At trial, the complainants testified that Johnson had not advised them he was HIV positive. He appealed and the sentence was reduced to ten years. Bleeding-heart liberals insisted that he was a victim rather than a murderer.[3]

Daryll Rowe 2018

Daryll Rowe a homosexual hairdresser aged 27, was sentenced to life in prison for deliberately infecting eight men with HIV. Rowe was diagnosed HIV positive in April 2015 in his home city of Edinburgh, Scotland. Rowe refused treatment and ignored advice from doctors. He knowingly infected numerous partners he met through Grindr in Brighton, East Sussex, and in north-east England. He denied to these partners that he was infected. When they still insisted on using barrier methods, he secretly tore or damaged the condoms. Then he contacted them and gloated about having given them the virus. One of them said "Daryll has destroyed my life". [4]

Stephen Port

Stephen Port, a homosexual chef in Essex, England, was convicted in 2018 of murdering four young homosexual men who met him through “gay” dating websites. Port, aged 41, gave his victims drinks spiked with fatal amounts of the drug GHB to rape them while they were unconscious. After killing them, he dumped their bodies in or near a graveyard. Following the case, LGBT groups immediately tried to blame it on "homophobia". [5]

Clayton Palmer

Clayton James Palmer alias "Sienna Fox" a male prostitute in Perth, Australia was convicted in 2018 of causing grievous bodily harm to a client he infected with HIV. Palmer advertised for clients online claiming he was female. In 2014 he was tested positive for HIV but refused treatment and continued to advertise for male clients. One who had unprotected relations with Palmer multiple times in 2014 and 2015, was diagnosed with HIV in September 2015. Palmer denied knowing he had HIV but medical records proved he had been informed. The judge commented that he had shown "a breathtaking disregard for the life and health of another human being" [6]

Murder of Raymond Boyer

Raymond Boyer, a drug dealer in Hawaii, was bludgeoned to death with a hammer by his male partner, Andrew Devere, a male prostitute, in 1986. Devere told police that Boyer treated him with contempt. The incident is very comparable to the death of Joe Orton. Boyer was well-known to future American President Barack Obama who went to school in Hawaii and called him 'Gay Ray' in a farewell message thanking him for "good times" in High School. [7]

Killing of Andre Melendez 1996

Michael Alig, a well-known New York homosexual, was convicted in 1996 of the gruesome killing of his flatmate "Angel" Melendez, who was also his drug-dealer. It was caused by a dispute about drugs and money. Another homosexual friend, Robert "Freeze" Riggs, battered Melendez unconscious with a hammer then Alig suffocated him with a sweatshirt until he died. The pair stashed the mutilated corpse in the bathtub and covered it with ice, then continued to party for the next eight or nine days – even inviting friends over to the apartment while Melendez’ body rotted in the other room. Eventually they chopped it up into pieces and threw them into the Hudson River. [8] Alig got 17 years in prison for manslaughter and was then welcomed back to the "gay" party scene like a celebrity.[9]

Curious Tendency of Other People to Die in Vicinity of Homosexuals

Assessment of whether homosexuals are, on balance, victims of global injustice has to take into account the strange tendency of other people to die in the close proximity of homosexuals.

Gemmel Moore

In 2017 Gemmel Moore, a young man aged 26, was found dead in the Hollywood apartment of Mr Edward Buck, 62. Buck was white, wealthy and powerful, a donor to the Democrat party. Moore was poor and black and was taking money for homosexual services. Several others working in the same line alleged that Buck had paid to inject them with drugs so that he could watch them getting high, which was his sexual fetish. Moore's mother also told reporters that Buck had treated her son like this, and that Gemmel had telephoned her once terrified by the effect the narcotics had on him. The higher the dose, the higher the fee. An enquiry concluded that Moore had died from an "accidental" overdose of crystal meth. No criminal charges were ever brought against Buck. [10] [11]

Miguel Jimenez

18-year-old Columbian found dead at London flat of his partner, the homosexual lawyer Henry Hendron in 2015. Jimenez had died from an overdose of illegal drugs mephedrone and GBL supplied to him by Hendron who also gave him detailed instructions on how to use them. The prosecutor said: "Both these drugs are commonly used in the gay chemsex scene. Such a combination, particularly if alcohol and cocaine are involved, has a medically proven effect on the heart rate and blood pressure." Hendron had also supplied the drugs to others yet he never faced charges for murder, manslaughter, or any criminal offence. He was merely sentenced to a few week's community service for "negligence".[12]

Robert Eric Wone

Robert Wone, a lawyer aged 32, was mysteriously killed in Washington, D.C. in August 2006. Wone was a happily married man who had arranged to stay overnight at the house of a college acquaintance, so that he could avoid hotel costs. He was probably not aware that the host was homosexual and had relationships with two other homosexual men in the house. According to police affidavits, Wone was “restrained, incapacitated, and sexually assaulted” before his death. There was much evidence to suggest drug-abuse and BDSM activity in the household. Police also alleged that the crime scene had been tampered with and essential evidence cleaned up. No charges were brought for two years, and then the accused were acquitted. [13]

Death of Robert Fleeting

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Robert Fleeting, aged 23, died in mysterious circumstances on 4th September 2011 at the Royal Air Force base at Benson, Oxfordshire, England. He was engaged to be married to his girlfriend. He was found hanged in his room and there was a presumption of suicide but there were many factors that cast doubt on this. Only after he had been cremated were his parents told that a post-mortem examination had shown signs of homosexual assault. By that time it was too late to carry out drug tests. [14]

Stuart Lubbock

The dead body of Lubbock aged 31, was found floating in the swimming-pool at the house of Michael Barrymore in Essex, England, in March 2001. Barrymore, a famous TV presenter, and homosexual, had been giving a party and Lubbock, a guest, was first thought to have drowned. High levels of alcohol, Ecstasy and cocaine were detected in his bloodstream. An autopsy revealed injuries on his body, including anal injuries. The pathologist commented "‘The injuries this young man suffered were very severe and I do not believe they were the result of a consensual sexual act – that is why, in my report, I have said they were the result of a serious sexual assault.” No criminal charges were ever brought. [15]

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Prejudicial attitudes
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  7. Obama's high school pot dealer beaten to death by gay lover over ... 29 Jan 2014 - Raymond Boyer, known as 'Gay Ray' to Obama and his pot-smoking 'Choom Gang', had his brains beaten out with a hammer on Honolulu, ...
  9. On Readjusting to Gay Life After Prison, Dealing With Murderer's Remorse, and Crying Over Cronuts
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