OPENING STATEMENT: “The religion of Omeganism is the ultimate challenge not only to the existing social and political order, but to an entire way of being spiritually that far too many have come to accept question.”
DESCRIPTION: This video – the ninth in the series – is perhaps my most personal thus far – my religion’s advocacy of a purer homosexual aesthetic and values of purity and polyamorous marriage. My religion stands in opposition to the trashy “gayness” of the present day – and attacks on the myth that anyone is “gay”, “straight” or even “bi”! The moral system of the Fairmark promotes marriage to women by males whose sexuality is mostly same-sex oriented, and this video suggests that marrying a woman might not be such a terrible idea, and may even be rather comforting!
Let me be clear. There is NEVER a good excuse for homophobia. It is immoral and it is abhorrent. However, some so-called “homophobia” we see today is actually not homophobia at all, but “camp-phobia”, and the resentment (including in my case) is against the self-victimisation and mockery of women that goes with so much of this type of male homosexuality – as well as the denial of any possibility of heterosexual feeling, and other forms of bonding.
The video explains the commercial, political and spiritual pollution of these healthy (mostly male) instincts by the elite Warlords and the wider Judeo-Capitalist Axis – turning it from a weapon of love and comradeship into a weapon of Jewish and Zionist occupation, by promoting and funding only the WORST aspects of homosexuality at the expense of many other voices that are seldom (if ever) heard in order to goad the horrified (especially working-class) public into homophobia.
After the main opening titles, we are taken to “VPC Radio 1” (VPC stands for “very politically-correct”) and some extremely bad “hi-NRG” gay disco music by Lyna Tentz, with the endlessly repeated phrase “I just want to pink-trade all your love” – a comment on the commercialisation of homosexuality by LGBTQ. The “Morning Slot” show is hosted by camp, funny Radio 1 DJ, Rim Greaper (from Birmingham), keen to promote “LGBT Visibility” – though it’s quite clear from the increasingly hyperactive commentary that he has no need to worry about that! The tone becomes slightly more sinister throughout as he invites his listeners to “report” members of the public if they say things that make them feel “uncomfortable” – with the threat of a police visit never far away!
Then, the screen magically disintegrates (!), and after a brief intermission, we are taken to a wall of various historical luminaries, such as Radclyffe Hall, Oscar Wilde, WH Auden and Noel Coward, and the indie-style song “Glamorous Ruffian”, which speaks of “those who paved the way” for homosexual freedom through their glamour and sophistication, as well as for my intellectual ideas – in contrast to much of today’s gossip-fuelled, brainless and promiscuous gay culture.
I enjoy my homosexual feelings – but I feel I have a right to be angry and resentful against those that seek to trivialise them through camp humour and other clichés. What is wrong with the quest for pure love, and for a higher, purer homosexual aesthetic, often expressed in the innocent of boyhood? Why the need to wallow in trash culture? Why not just accept we are all capable of loving our own sex, the opposite sex or neither? How did we get into this mess and how can we (please) make it stop?