Two curious events happened this week in the LGBT and fighting world.
First, was the for the first time in UFC history, two lesbians are going to fight each other:
For the first time in UFC history, two openly gay fighters will compete for a championship title.
UFC 224, Saturday night at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will be headlined by Amanda Nunes vs. Raquel Pennington for the UFC women’s bantamweight (135-pound) title.
Nunes, who is Brazilian, was crowned champion on July 9, 2016, at UFC 200. She won the belt by defeating MMA pioneer Miesha Tate via submission (rear-naked choke) in the first round. She was the first, and only, openly gay fighter to win a UFC championship belt. Nunes’ first title defense happened at UFC 207 on Dec. 30, 2016.
In that fight she obliterated Ronda Rousey in less than a minute; winning via technical knockout due to punches. Rousey was returning after a yearlong hiatus prompted by losing the bantamweight title to Holly Holm (who would lose it to Tate). Rousey, whose MMA career broke records and saw her cross-over into pop culture like no fighter has ever done before, left the UFC after the loss to Nunes to join the WWE.
Despite being a champion, a slayer of the legendary Rousey, and the first gay, Brazilian, and woman of color to win a UFC belt, the 29-year-old Nunes has not experienced a tremendous amount of exposure or publicity. The Florida-based fighter, whose partner is fellow UFC fighter Nina Ansaroff, has not been celebrated a great deal by the UFC’s in-house media machine.
Nunes herself has been vocal about the lack of promotion she has received from the UFC. In September last year she told Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports that, “I know I’m not the beautiful girl and I don’t have the blonde hair and the blue eyes. I am not the kind of face the UFC wants to put out there, but I’m OK with that.” (source)
Second, was that an openly homosexual and “Christian” fighter from Pittsburgh is making his debut:
When Jarrell Brackett steps into the ring on May 25 he will become the city’s first openly gay professional boxer. And when that moment comes, he has no intention of running from it.
“Listen!” he says excitedly, rising out of his chair during an interview with City Paper. “I want that. I really want to be that guy that every other guy is compared to. Be the first openly gay boxer? Great. I’m in! I’m proud of that. I want my community to be proud of that.
“I’d love nothing more than to walk to the ring and see members of my community, shit, I’d love to see the seats full of drag queens! I’ve worked in this community since I was 14. I love this community. They are my family and to see them come out and support me on this night would be so amazing.”
Take one look at Brackett and you’ll quickly realize that he’s entering the right profession. From Muhammed Ali to Sugar Ray Leonard, boxing has always been a showman’s paradise. The louder and more vibrant you are, the more likely you are to get fights that pay. And, if nothing else, Brackett is a showman.
From his blue faux-hawk to the fu-man-chu mustache that he’s growing to go along with his nickname, “The Samurai,” Brackett is creating an image. But those are just his outward, visual traits. Brackett is a man who loves to fight and is not afraid or embarrassed to do anything it takes to make the dream a reality. He’s already faced some ups and downs that would have forced a less-driven soul to give it all up and get into the insurance business.
But Brackett fought hard to get to this point in his life and he’s willing to fight even harder to make it last.
“I am a black, gay, left-handed male who went to private schools and grew up to be happy,” Brackett says. “I was bred to make money and to do whatever it took to be a financially successful person and I resisted. God didn’t create us to make money, he made us to serve him and to enjoy our lives to the fullest. That’s what I’m doing.
“Fighting makes me happy and I’ll do whatever I can to achieve that.” (source)
UFC fighting is a popular form of entertainment in America, and the movement of the LGBT as a visible force into the world of martial arts is a highly strategic and long-term move by the LGBT to institute themselves into society.
The end of the LGBT movement is the abolition of any and all concepts of the family and the return to a form of ancient paganism with the context, technological development, and contemporary culture of the current age. It is philosophically no different than the Spartans of the ancient world, except with different faces and languages as well as the experience of the past as a guide. Doing so will necessitate a suppression of Christianity and a persecution of Christians that would be akin to what the early Church experienced for the first three centuries of her existence before the great Emperor Constantine legalized the religion and stopped the wholesale, systematic persecution which existed.
Ancient Sparta was a homosexual and militarist society made up of citizens (Spartans) and slaves (helots). Spartan children, as Ted has noted, were indoctrinated into homosexuality at a young age. Pedophilia was a normal part of social life, and sexual relations with women were only used for procreation:
Eryximachus goes on to say that lesbians are simply related to those who were, in the most ancient of days, attached to women, and sodomites are simply related to those who were connected to men. Homosexuality, according to Eryximachus, is therefore natural, and that homosexuals are naturally superior to other men:
And all women who are sliced off from woman hardly pay attention to men but are rather turned toward women, and lesbians arise from this genus. But all who are males slices pursue the males; and while they are boys — because they are cutlets of the male — they are friendly to men and enjoy lying down together with and embracing men; and these are the best of boys and lads, because they are naturally the manliest.
Eryximachus later describes homosexual relations by saying: “this was our ancient nature and were wholes.”
In Sparta, the gymnasium was institutionalized in the role of forcing recruited young Greek boys, by the age of twelve, into becoming homosexual warriors. The historian Plutarch writes:
By this age the boys came to be courted by lovers from among the respectable young men. The older men, too, showed even more interest, visiting the gymnasia frequently and being present when the boys fought and joked with one another. (source)
This description right here is the end purpose of the sodomite agenda. It is to invert that which Christ established and to create a homosexual tyranny. It has shown itself in many societies such as ancient Japan, practices of homoeroticism among the Vikings and northern European pagans before their conversion, the Aztec indians of Mexico before the Spanish conquista, the National Socialist elites, and in any society that values and elevates the pursuit of power and the self.
This is also the great scandal of the so-called “masculinity” movement today, which is nothing more than recontextualized feminism except applied to men. Whereas the feminist movement sought to separate women from men in the deceptive, false promise of a better life for women, so the masculinity movement is doing the same, except this is leading men down the pathway of Sodom and Sparta.
Militarism and homosexuality are not intrinsically linked. However, when militarism is pursued without God in the pursuit of power at all costs with respect to none, then homosexuality can easily and does appear as it did in ancient societies and as it is re-appearing today. That it is happening at a time when the western world is rejecting Christianity and embracing paganism is not an accident.
In American society, militarism appears in two major forms. First is the US military, the most visible display of physical power. The second is in the entertainment industry of professional fighting. Both represent sometimes overlapping but different facets of society and social influence. Hence is why the push for years has been on the LGBT in the military, and now as we are seeing, the LGBT in the world of professional fighting, for to establish their presence in both is to further legitimize the presence of homosexuality as well as to present homosexuality in a positive image to new prospective converts, for as homosexuality is non-generative, it continually needs to seek to add new members by convincing people of the superiority or legitimacy of their “cause”.
The increased presence of homosexuality in an area such as professional fighting will increase its appeal because it addresses the “masculine” side of the disorder. While attitudes are changing, still homosexuality is associated with the feminine primarily. A man who is a “fighter” and a “warrior” but who also sodomizes men gives people the idea that a “masculine man” can also be a homosexual, and that it’s different than the common idea of what being a homosexual is. This will appeal to many people, especially young men who would not want to associate with a “feminine” movement, and when presented with the appeal of riches, power, and beauty but in a masculine form, there are many who would fall for the deception.
This strategy is not even my own. It was outlined by homosexuals in 1987 with the Gay Manifesto:
We shall sodomize your sons, emblems of your feeble masculinity, of your shallow dreams and vulgar lies. We shall seduce them in your schools, in your dormitories, in your gymnasiums, in your locker rooms, in your sports arenas, in your seminaries, in your youth groups, in your movie theater bathrooms, in your army bunkhouses, in your truck stops, in your all male clubs, in your houses of Congress, wherever men are with men together. Your sons shall become our minions and do our bidding. They will be recast in our image. They will come to crave and adore us. … We shall raise vast private armies, as Mishima did, to defeat you. We shall conquer the world because warriors inspired by and banded together by homosexual love and honor are invincible as were the ancient Greek soldiers.
There are many trends that will affect the future growth of the LGBT in society, none of which is to say that it will likely be stopped in the near term, for a majority of Americans support homosexuality, let alone homosexual unions. The trend will likely continue to increase in severity for many years.
What one must watch for is the masculinization of the LGBT movement through cultural venues most closely affiliated with masculinity, which in the USA would be professional sports, especially fighting, for it is through this masculinization that one will witness the Spartanization of society, something common to all pagan and militarist cultures who seek the glories of the world before that of God and in so debases themselves and their very bodies to their own destruction.