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Jun 06 2023

Not What They Stormed the Beaches For on D-Day

Don’t click to watch this video unless you really want to see what we are required by our moonbat rulers to embrace:

Of course there were children in attendance. Like many of these events, it was explicitly billed as family friendly:

A gay Pride Parade in California billed as fun for “the whole family” caused a stir online after graphic videos from the parade were shared on social media.

West Hollywood had a three day “WeHo Pride” event last weekend featuring concerts, a street fair, a “Women’s Freedom Festival,” and a “dyke march.” The event ended with a “WeHo Pride Parade” on Sunday, which was billed as appropriate for the entire family.

“The WeHo Pride Parade will step off at noon on Sunday, June 4th along Santa Monica Blvd. from Crescent Heights to San Vicente and is a colorful and entertaining event for the whole family. Last year’s parade drew out tens of thousands of spectators to the streets of West Hollywood!” the website states.

The parade was yet another manifestation of the ideology that is relentlessly rammed down our throats by the degenerate left-wing ruling class through the schools, the media, big business, and the government.

You can be arrested for failing to “respect” these disgusting spectacles:

No heroes, not even those who stormed the beaches on D-Day 79 years ago, can save a country once and for all. Each generation is responsible for saving it. If people don’t step up when their courage is required, their country will be destroyed, as we have been witnessing.

On tips from Varla and KirklesWorth.


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2 Responses to “Not What They Stormed the Beaches For on D-Day”

  1. […] example of a “pride celebration” would be this. “Educational” refers to indoctrination into the ideology of sexual depravity as a […]


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