Conspiracy Theory LGBT

Conspiracy Theory

Written by SK Ashby

I'm not sure if this is more or less plausible than the idea that President Obama attempted to drop a nuclear weapon on Charleston; a concern that was recently shared with Rick Santorum by a woman in South Carolina.

According to a man who called into the Family Research Council's Washington Watch radio program, one possible explanation for the rise of the gay rights movement is the military dropping "gay bombs" on unsuspecting citizens.

The caller noted that his theory — loosely based on an actual 1994 proposal floated by Air Force scientists for a “hormone bomb” that could “turn enemy soldiers into homosexuals and make them more interested in sex than fighting” — sounded “off in left field.” But he just had to ask if “some of those same techniques got used on the American people.

The so-called "gay bomb" was never actually produced but was proposed over 20 years ago in 1994. It was an on-paper proposal that, for obvious reasons, was never developed or tested.

The plan for a so-called "love bomb" envisaged an aphrodisiac chemical that would provoke widespread homosexual behaviour among troops, causing what the military called a "distasteful but completely non-lethal" blow to morale.

I suppose it's possible that they only want us to believe the so-called "gay bomb" was never produced. They may have hidden its existence for 20 years so they could use it on the American people for the purposes of furthering gay rights. Or something.

It's also possible that they abandoned the "gay bomb" in favor of the more subtle gay juice boxes.

On second thought, this may be less plausible than nuking Charleston because nukes actually exist while gay bombs do not.