Everyone has been absorbed with the killing of homosexual designer, Gianni Versace by Andrew Cunanan, another homosexual. While any premeditated murder is appalling, this crime should be seen in the proper perspective.
Homosexuals are very dangerous people. Studies have documented their rage and hatred. Often this hatred is toward family members and themselves.
There is speculation that Cunanan was HIV positive and was venting his rage on other homosexuals whom he perceived as being the cause of his problem. Whether he had AIDS or not, it is a fact that homosexuals are very violent people.
Dr. Charles Socarides, in his classic The Overt Homosexual, documents that a major attribute of the overt homosexual is aggression—often repressed aggression. This is supported by psychology professor, Dr. Frank du Mas who says that homosexuals often are mass killers who also torture their victims indicating “a higher intensity of aggression.”
Ludwig Tiene was the executioner at Auschwitz, the Nazi prison camp, who was responsible for killing as many as 100 boys and young men per day! He crushed, strangled, and gnawed them to death while he raped them.
Gilles de Rais lived in the 1400s and was a man or wealth and rank who fought alongside Joan of Arc. He was also a pervert and was executed after being found guilty of 140 child murders. He actually tortured, raped and killed many hundreds of boys after which they were cut apart and burned or eaten.
In a paper presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago by Dr. Paul Cameron in 1983, he documented that of 518 sexually-tinged mass murders in the U.S. from 1966 to 1983, 68% of the victims were killed by homosexuals! And remember that they only make up 1% to 3% of the total population!
The top six U.S. male serial killers were all homosexuals according to Dr. Cameron and other researchers. Yes, as a group, homosexuals are very dangerous people. They are dangerous because they are disturbed, distressed, and often diseased. They need help and help is spelled, J E S U S.