All of a sudden we see a homosexual… 15 years ago he did his dirty job and nobody cared. Now he makes it a political issue. He demands recognition, respect, human rights, and he rallies a large group of people and there are violent clashes between him and police, his group and ordinary people. No matter what. It’s black against white, yellow against green. Doesn’t matter where this division line goes. As long as these groups come into antagonistic clashes, sometimes militantly, sometimes with firearms, that is the destabilization process. The sleepers, many of whom are simply KGB agents, become leaders of the process of destabilization.
And what is the state of affairs 25 years later?
The insane rage of the same-sex marriage mob
By Michelle Malkin • November 19, 2008 12:55 AM
Anti-Prop. 8 mob rings in 2009 with more church vandalism
By Michelle Malkin • January 5, 2009 06:02 AM
NYTimes finally acknowledges that anti-Prop. 8 mob is harassing traditional marriage supporters
By Michelle Malkin • February 8, 2009 06:11 AM
$%^&*!!: Civility and tolerance in the Age of Obama
By Michelle Malkin • April 22, 2009 09:55 AM
Update July 12, 2011:
The Yuri Bezmenov video linked in the quote above is no longer active because that user has deleted their account.
Here is a link to show all Yuri Bezmenov videos currently on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=yuri+bezmenov&aq=f
The quote above can be found in other videos. I found it split between the end of the first and start of the second videos below: