The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party


Pastor Scott Lively, co-author of The Pink Swastika : Homosexuality in the Nazi Party (,pdfspeaks on the history of the Homosexual Movement at the annual Greater Boston John Birch Society’s Christmas Breakfast December 2012.

Reviewers Praise The Pink Swastika:

The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party is a thoroughly researched, eminently readable, demolition of the “gay” myth, symbolized by the pink triangle, that the Nazis were anti-homosexual. The deep roots of homosexuality in the Nazi party are brilliantly exposed . . .”
Dr. Howard Hurwitz, Family Defense Council

“As a Jewish scholar who lost hundreds of her family in the Holocaust, I welcome The Pink Swastika as courageous and timely . . . Lively and Abrams reveal the reigning “gay history” as revisionist and expose the supermale German homosexuals for what they were – Nazi brutes, not Nazi victims.”
Dr. Judith Reisman, Institute for Media Education

The Pink Swastika is a tremendously valuable book, replete with impressive documentation presented in a compelling fashion.” William Grigg, The New American

“…exposes numerous lies, and tears away many myths. Essential reading, it is a formidable boulder cast into the path of the onrushing homosexual express…”
Stan Goodenough, Middle East Intelligence Digest

The Pink Swastika is a powerful exposure of pre-World War II Germany and its quest for reviving and imitating a Hellenistic-paganistic idea of homo-eroticism and militarism.”
Dr. Mordechai Nisan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

“Lively and Abrams call attention to what Hitlerism really stood for, abortion, euthanasia, hatred of Jews, and, very emphatically, homosexuality. This many of us knew in the 1930’s; it was common knowledge, but now it is denied…”
R. J. Rushdoony, The Chalcedon Report

See also The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology, by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke (.pdf); The Hidden Hitler, by Lothar Machtan; Der Fuehrer: Hitler’s Rise to Power, by Konrad Heiden; Voluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin, by Mel Gordon (.pdf)Weimar Culture: The Outsider as Insider, by Peter Gay; Sex and the Weimar Republic: German Homosexual Emancipation and the Rise of the Nazis, by Laurie Marhoefer; Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern Identity, by Robert Beachy; Germany’s National Vice, by Samuel Igra (.pdf)and Ernst Röhm, by Eleanor Hancock.

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5:13 pm on December 7, 2019