Gay pride parades are hosted in major cities every year to pander to the LGBT movement and demonstrate how tolerant and “woke” they are.
But one gay pride parade just made a huge mistake.
That’s because the “D.C. Dyke March” was caught doing something so anti-Semitic it will make your jaw drop.
LGBT members that attend the parade often find provocative or creative ways to stand out.
One marcher decided to add the Star of David on their rainbow flag.
That’s when all hell broke loose.
The organizers of the parade released a statement that banned the Jewish symbol because it represents “violent nationalism.”
The organizers of Friday’s “D.C. Dyke March,” a parade to celebrate LGBT Pride Month, have banned Gay Pride flags with a Jewish “Star of David” because they say it resembles the Israeli flag and evokes “violent nationalism.”
Writing in the Washington Blade, a Washington, DC, newspaper focusing on the LGBTQ community, Yael Horowitz and Rae Gaines — two self-described “Dykes … [and] self-loving Anti-Zionists” explain their reasons for the ban:
“We are asking people to not bring nationalist symbols because violent nationalism does not fit with our vision of queer liberation. And because we need the march to be a space that is as welcoming to Palestinian Dykes as it is to Jewish Dykes. … The flag is a Star of David placed in the center, superimposed over a rainbow flag, and is almost entirely reminiscent of the Israeli flag, swapping out the blue and white for a rainbow.”
The organizers essentially admitted they do not trust, nor like, the Jewish people and despise the state of Israel.
Israel happens to be one of the only Middle Eastern countries that has legal protections for LGBT members.
Other countries such as Iran or Saudi Arabia have banned homosexuality and will even execute anyone accused of homosexual acts.
But the Left has chosen to ignore those countries to remain politically correct.
The LGBT community is allegedly supposed to be accepting of people with different backgrounds.
But they are making an exception for Jewish LGBT members or those that support Israel.
So far, no one is calling the organizers out for their flagrant declaration of anti-Semitism.
Should the “D.C. Dyke March” apologize for their anti-Semitic actions?
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