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LGBT ideology and Marxism exhibit striking similarities

Psychologist Marek Dziewiecki has published an analysis on commonalities between the LGBT ideology and Marxism. He says Marxists were keen to replace reality with their own conceptions and stigmatised those who disagreed with their novel principles, a trait shared by the followers of today's LGBT ideology. This, however, is not the only similarity, according to the psychologist.

Psychologist Marek Dziewiecki's shocking analysis on LGBT ideology, published on the wPolityce news website, draws parallels between the LGBT ideology and Marxism. It's a hot topic in Poland ahead of the upcoming presidential race and President Andrzej Duda took the courage to articulate the gist of the psychologist's article, namely that LGBT is not a community, but an ideology.

As a creed, it bears strong resemblance to the ideology of Marxism that has failed the test of times, the psychologist points out. Dziewiecki argues that the followers of Marxism were keen to replace reality with their own conceptions, and those who disagreed with the new principles were stigmatised or even executed, as a potential worst-case scenario.

The LGBT ideology, perceived by the psychologist as the updated version of Marxism, is undergoing the same processes. Slogans of social justice and universal happiness are used in the same manner, but this time to appeal to members of the LGBT community. Dziewiecki also contends that there is no such thing as an LGBT community since the movement is made up of individuals and everyone is different, just like their values.

The LGBT creed's resemblance to Marxism also manifests itself through those who spearhead the ideology. The champions of Marxism tried to convince workers that they were fighting for a common cause, making it necessary for everyone to join the ranks of the party.

The Communist ideology was created by people who typically came from the bourgeoisie and had nothing to do with the working class, or proletariat. Dziewiecki suggests that the same trend in also discernible in the LGBT ideology, with heterosexuals thrust in the background.

The fact that LGBT ideologists tend to crowd an increasing number of people boasting diverse identities under the joint umbrella of their ideology is another intriguing phenomenon. Some, however - for instance homosexuals mentioned as a specific example by the psychologist - disagree with pushing the boundaries of the ideology further, arguing that they do not wish to belong in the same category with either every LGBT community member, or certain sexual minorities, such as paedophiles.

There are some noticeable attempts by paedophiles to group themselves under the auspices of the LGBT community, in order to protect themselves from possible attacks. After all, they are convinced that they are every bit as normal as everyone else, except for their strange sexual orientation.

Dziewiecki also highlights that the LGBT ideology does not tolerate gay people who want to 'step up' against their homosexuality, for example by starting a family or living in a fertile relationship. He says he has met many such people. However, they are cast off and ridiculed by followers of the ideology and are essentially deprived of the right to decide about their own lives.

Another commonality between the LGBT ideology and Marxism is the involvement of youth, the psychologist points out, listing the example of Germany's one time Hitlerjugend, the Soviet Union's Komsomol and Poland's Socialist youth. Today's LGBT enthusiasts are also bent on recruiting children into their ranks, wishing to indoctrinate them with the tenets of their ideology from an early age, all the way from kindergarten through to school.

When it comes to children's education, the LGBT ideology considers lessons on physicality and sexuality way more important than teaching kids about love, humanity, or self-control. Dziewiecki warns, however, that neglecting or discarding these core values would create a new generation exlusively obsessed with genderism and sexuality.

And that's precisely LGBT's goal; to take control of society, starting with children, just like it happened with Marxism. Money also plays a big role, as various organisations provide significant financial support to the LGBT ideology and its dissemination, Dziewiecki adds. Anyone who lines up behind the supporters of the ideology can bank on a safe stream of revenue and a career, but those who oppose it can expect serious attacks, stigmatisation and even threats.

Dziewiecki believes that the LGBT ideology has become so aggressive and effective that it is already gaining ground in conservative Poland. Going forward, it is up to the people whether they decide to give in to liberal pressure and this ideology-driven dictatorship, or to defend their honour and reject this new power grab by genderism and sexuality.

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