Det var noe kjent…

Jeg heva øyenbryna aldri så lite da jeg leste denne saken i BA. Det var vitterlig noe kjent med fyren. Jeg skal ikke gå i detaljer om hvor og hvordan jeg har møtt ham, men fortida hans kom som en overraskelse. Kanskje fordi jeg egentlig ikke fikk anledning til å prate noe særlig med ham. Anledninga innbød ikke til det, kan man si.

Sak i Dagbladet 1999 fra traktene der jeg delvis vokste opp.

Mitt inntrykk er at han er en svært hyggelig fyr, og det står stor respekt av at han nå står fram og har forandra holdning. Det er altså håp, selv for homofile høyreekstremister!

Holocaust

When I read about this topic last year, there was one thing that made the most impression on me: The fact that if a gay death-camp prisoner actually survived the war, he could be imprisoned by the new regime to finish his conviction-time, because the law against homosexuals still existed.
We learn to consider the fall of the nazis and the end of the war as a great event. But some kinds of evil just continued.
Another thing that has made me think, is the fact that some of the nazis were gay. And still are. One of the leaders of the patriot party, who’s only goal is to stop immigration and expell as many «foreigners» as possible, is gay. His argumentation is that especially muslims don’t tolerate gays, so they should be banned from the country. That scares me. I guess it’s part of realizing that no human is only good or only evil, and that we all have potential for both.

Written in response to Jacky’s post The Pink Triangle