Anti-gay US activist claims Nazis ‘were creating a homosexual special race’

'It’s not an exaggeration to say homofascist because the German Nazi Party was homosexual; Hitler was a homosexual, the top Nazi leadership, all of them were homosexuals...'

Anti-gay US activist claims Nazis ‘were creating a homosexual special race’
09 April 2014

Rick Wiles insists that Adolf Hitler did not desire an Aryan nation. Instead the German dictator was focused on making gay soldiers.

Late last week (4 April),  the reporter from TruNews was a guest on the radio show of fellow US anti-gay advocate Jeff Allen. Wiles argued the LGBTI community mirrors the Nazi Party of 1930s Germany.

‘It’s not an exaggeration to say homofascist because the German Nazi Party was homosexual,’ Wiles said, as reported by Right Wing Watch. ‘Hitler was a homosexual, the top Nazi leadership, all of them were homosexuals.’

‘It was a radical homosexual movement that gained political power, military power, and they were creating a homosexual special race. That’s what it was all about,’ Wiles continued. ‘It wasn’t this thing about an Aryan race of white people, blue-eyed, blonde-haired, white people. Hitler was trying to create a race of super gay male soldiers. That’s what he was creating.’

Wiles then turned his analysis to contemporary US politics, warning the LGBTI equality movement wants to kill Christians.

‘If it’s not stopped, it will end up in America just like it was in Germany but it won’t be the Jews that will be slaughtered, it will be the Christians. ‘

This revision of Nazi and Holocaust history has become a staple with some anti-gay Christians.

Pastor Scott Lively is planning to release a new edition of his book The Pink Swastika in which he claims that the Nazi Party was at its core a homosexual organization and that the number of gay men it persecuted has been vastly overestimated.

Below is the Right Wing Watch clip of Wiles:

 

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