[..] There is no heterosexual or gay human nature.The gay people is completely alone on the world stage of history,as are other actors on that stage.We exist only because of the dedication of individuals to our particular orientation.There is no common arbiter between us and the heterosexuals,not even nature.We can be saved from extinction and foreign hethro rule only by ourselves. [..]
There are strong indices in favour of the in-born nature of human sexual orientation. We could therefore very well talk of someones "heterosexual" or "homosexual" nature, meaning the natural affinity to the opposite or the same sex. Even (arbitrarily) assuming that children are not sexually determined at birth, one can hardly argue that an individual "chooses" freely his sexual orientation. Sexual orientation is about feelings, not about deeds - even a homosexual engaged in "heterosexual lifestyle" still remains a homosexual - a closeted one, however.
Quite another thing is, of course, being gay as political act (we have discussed
the issue extensely in relation to Denneny's "First Proposition"
already). As a people, the gay people is indeed solely the result of the free will of gays - considering being gay as identity-forming token and creating the gay culture(s) by themselves. We must be therefore aware, that "homosexuals" will exist through millenia independently from any efforts, whereas the same cannot be stated about "gays" - to preserve us as a people, we must act as a people. We must strengthen the relations within our people over the borders of existing states and languages, overcome the generation gap and find solutions to involve less wealthy individuals. Viital institutions for our cultural needs shall be created, and the internet as a low-cost solution should be used for communication and distribution of cultural goods.
I beg here to differ.A chain is no stronger than its weakest link.So-called closeted homosexuals are to be abandonned to their fate.This is the time to save the people and the future State,not to rescue the individual who was not up to the test and task of existence and self-determination for the gay nation.Cocooned gays,we can entice by something greater than their own carreers for a while,not indefinitely.
K6, we apparently have very differing understanding of the role of the state, and of the role of so-called "political elites". You seem to be very fond of the "Staatsräson" and of the idea that the individual's primary assignment is to serve the needs of the state - at almost any cost. The logical consequence is then to distinguish between "good" and "bad", clearly "worthy" and "worthless" citizens - depending on how much they can be used for the purposes of the state leadership. Brain-washing and indoctrination instead of education, prescribed "correct" ideology, incarceration or elimination of inconvenient opponents - is this the way to go for us?
It must be clearly stated at this point, that in the gay state we would be fierceful political opponents: I abominate totalitarism in all its forms, even in the form of the gay totalitarism. Not the people ought serve the state, but the state ought serve the people! And a diverse people we are: closeted homosexuals belong to this people as well as militant gay isolationists, cowards as well as braves - we are one
people. The state shall take care of all
members of our people - we cannot arbitrarily exclude those who do not fit into tightl ideological schemes. If they are weak and cocooned, it is our duty to help them to develope further as gay individuals by the means of education and positive role modeling, instead of living them to their fate.
Society lives from pluralism, and wherever tatalitarian structures were installed, it was always bad
for the people. Intellectual monoculture, corruption and oppression were the only fruits of such structures - not the intended ideological euphory. I have first-hand experience with totalitarian societies, and I can witness that the reality in such societies is mostly very different from the scenario wich was invented by the political clique.
Your notion of sacrifice in the service of the gay state is a valuable one, and can be very well preached to the cadres of military, medical corps or particular political organizations. These values, however, cannot be transplanted into the entire population by the means of coercion and brain-washing.
The various political schools will struggle for the influence on the state and the society - and in this struggle the best way for our people will be found. The "fundamentalists" can peacefully live side on side with "liberals".