Amazon Bans Books That Cure You of Faggotry; Ex-Fags Start Petition to Bring Them Back

Spartacus
Daily Stormer
July 11, 2019

There’s been a dramatic decrease of nipples in anime since the late 90s or so, around the same period this faggot/tranny explosion started. Do you really think that’s a coincidence?

As much as these homo-freaks disgust me, you sorta have to feel bad for them.

They live in a society so warped that not only does it tell them their disease is a good thing that should be celebrated 24/7, but won’t even let the ones who want to get better even get access to any potential cure.

Many of these creatures would be normal people without the non-stop kike propaganda, and I’m sure the vast majority of them could’ve been cured by now with some simple therapy of some kind that would’ve been invented decades ago if kikes hadn’t subverted the entire science of the Western world with their insane degeneracy.

I still think we should turn them all into soap just for comedic purposes, but that doesn’t mean we can’t feel sorry for them.

Life Site News:

After Amazon knuckled under pressure from LGBT activists to ban books offering help to those dealing with unwanted same-sex attraction, former gays launched a petition demanding the online retailer reverse its decision.

Amazon recently removed several books in response to a Change.org petition that mislabeled all materials dealing with leaving the practice of active homosexuality as destructive “conversion therapy.”

Those who have left homosexuality and now live chaste single lives or who have gone on to marry and form a family with a member of the opposite sex see a different motive behind Amazon’s action. It is an attempt to silence all the voices of those who have found new life and freedom not through “conversion therapy,” but through conversion to Jesus Christ, a distinction that seems lost on LGBT activists.

I don’t really think “conversion therapy” is destructive in any way, and even if it is whatever it does to you can’t be worse than being a faggot.

“We exist. Do not erase our community,” said Daren Mehl, founder of Voice of the Voiceless, an organization that seeks to defend the rights of former homosexuals and those with unwanted same-sex attraction, and which launched the petition. “Jesus is alive and does wonderful works in our lives. Desires change. Sexual orientation changes. It is not immutable.”

Among the banned books are several by Catholic psychologists Joseph Nicolosi and Gerard Van Aardweg, as well as autobiographies of individuals who left active homosexuality.

“Not taking it up the ass makes you a literal Nazi” is something you’ll be hearing soon enough.

Then again, even literally taking it up the ass might not be enough to not make you a literal Nazi…

“We are outraged that a smear campaign by one individual (who stated here that he never read these books) could convince Amazon to censor all books, audiobooks, and Kindle material related to our experiences and viewpoints,” reads the petition.

“For every major issue there are two sides to each story,” continues the petition. “For one side to be bullied and censored on every platform is counter to the values we have long held in common with Amazon.”

That faggot who got these books banned – that he never even read – was also literally crying tears of joy in Starbucks, which further shows that faggots are perfectly normal people just like us.

You know, most of those evil Germans burning books in the 1930s actually read at least a couple of them first.

And they burned fewer than the so-called “democrats” did.

Shame they cucked and didn’t burn the people who wrote them too…

Life Site News goes on to quote a long list of people who used to be faggots or dykes, or pretended to be the opposite sex and are now cured (or at least say they’re cured).

There is a Christian documentary about faggots that also features ex-queers.

I don’t know how many people have actually come out of the homosexual lifestyle alive, but there is a chance this can happen, and apparent from any free speech issues, people have a right to try to get out.

A lot has gone into getting the now-banned books into Amazon, Kindle, and Audible.

The problem is that we can’t just go to another platform or create our own,” said Jeremy Schwab, a former homosexual and founder of Joel 2:25, a ministry whose mission is to help men and women who experience same-sex attraction, encouraging relational healing, sexual sobriety, and spiritual growth.

“Every time we create our own app, the gay activists force Apple, Google, etc. to remove us,” Schwab said. “They are trying to cut us off on every side and they have never even read our material. They have no idea what they are even opposing.”

Yeah, this goes beyond just banning books, they’re just getting them banned from everywhere.

Maybe these people should’ve said something when this happened to the Daily Stormer, huh?

And the fact that these fags literally don’t even read these books is hilarious.

I’ve read so many books written by kikes I couldn’t even count them, which is why I hate them so much in the first place.

Sun Tzu once said “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles,” but these freaks don’t know either, and somehow society is so distorted and insane that they’re still winning most of the time, at least for now.

Here are the books known to have been banned by Amazon, which former gays and lesbians are demanding be restored:

Shame and Attachment Loss: The Practical Work of Reparative Therapy, by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi;

Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction, by Anne Paulk;

The Battle for Normality: A Guide for (Self-)Therapy for Homosexuality, by Dr. Gerard J. M. Van Den Aardweg;

Healing Homosexuality: Case Stories of Reparative Therapy, by Lucy Freeman and Dr. Joseph Nicolosi;

Coming Out Straight: Understanding Same-Sex Attraction, by Richard Cohen;

Growth into Manhood: Resuming the Journey, by Alan Medinger;

A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Homosexuality, by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi and Linda Nicolosi;

Reparative therapy of male homosexuality: A new clinical approach, by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi;

Straight Talk about Homosexuality: The Other Side of Tolerance, by Richard Cohen;

Desires in Conflict: Hope for Men Who Struggle with Sexual Identity, by Joe Dallas;

Orientation and Choice: One Man’s Sexual Journey, by David A. Robinson

The petition, if you want to sign it, is here.

If you’re a freak and want to get better, try reading these books.

If you’re a freak and not trying to get better, at least try to fatten up so you can be of more use on the Day of the Soap.

Make no mistake, it’s coming.

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