A PhD Student Says The Gay Network Is One Powerful Cheating Machine

A PhD Student Says The Gay Network Is One Powerful Cheating Machine

This gay agenda has reared its ugly head again. Apparently, as part of our mission to take over the world, we are slowly, with the help of the internet, taking over top universities. Or so one PhD student thinks, when he talks about how the gay community is all a part of a massive anti-straight conspiracy.

PhD student Amit Kumar Maurya is currently balancing his studies at Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) in Mumbai with publishing conspiracy theories about gays, Grindr, and cheating that are quickly going viral across social media.

In the note (which he prefaces by dramatically stating that he’s risking his life by sharing this information) he makes a ton of crazy accusations:

“Due to social stigma, gays (LGB) hide their sexual orientation from the society.”

OK, some guys are still in the closet. That’s not so crazy…

“Using internet and smartphones, gays are able to connect with each other.”

…as human beings tend to do, yes.

“Gays use the network to help each other. The gay network is very powerful because of its invisibility, large size, and bonding among members.” “…around 5-10% of MPs, MLAs, local politicians, senior bureaucrats, police officers, billionaires, and top corporate executives must be gays.”

At this point, the train to crazytown is boarding…and then he pretty much unleashes the motherlode. It’s a ranty, labyrinthine complex of gay conspiracies leading to college admissions, cheating on exams, and “scams” that run back at least 10 years. Read it and weep:Letter-part-2

And, before you think Maurya is super homophobic, he’d like to remind you that he supports “gay rights but not gay wrongs.” Whatever that means.

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18 Comments

  1. goldd1st
    January 15, 06:20 Reply

    Okay for dis morning!…u knw wat…I will just close mi eyes n count..gold don’t fink…don’t fink.. Don’t fink!!!…….let me just say dat guy is damm furstrated*HA!HA!!HA!!!*#pettying mi blackcat

  2. Max 2.0
    January 15, 06:33 Reply

    I couldn’t even finish it sef ??????.. Where is this gay network biko, I’d love to cheat my way to the top… I need me a promotion .. Please who has their contact?? I wonder how I missed out on the network in uni ??.

    PP, Dennis, anyone?

    • Pink Panther
      January 15, 06:35 Reply

      I’m still working my contacts to find out their headquarters. I need to belong to this network biko

  3. Mandy
    January 15, 06:38 Reply

    People will just be giving the LGBT power that it doesn’t have.

    Yet.

  4. Absalom
    January 15, 08:21 Reply

    Ohmygod! ? I read something there about “TOP colleges”… Where are these blissful institutions located so I can apply? ?

    • #Chestnut
      January 15, 12:40 Reply

      Hahaha! Absie,u’re so wrong for making me laugh like a hyena dis morning! Buahaha…
      The post itself is tooo funny; I laughed ehn! “Gay rights and gay wrongs”, LMAO! Chimoo. U pipu will see students in skool,and u’ll think it’s all of dem dat are feeling fine, u won’t know some of them are not feeling fine…

  5. JoshDeity
    January 15, 08:44 Reply

    ? WTF??!

    On Absalom’s hand, I’m sure every bottom wants to go to a “top” college… ?

  6. KingBey
    January 15, 09:19 Reply

    Just when I thought it was only Nigerian homophobes that believes there’s a Gay network out there. Then this…..???

  7. bruno
    January 15, 09:21 Reply

    this is kinda mindblowing. who would have thought homosexuality was my ticket to the good life

  8. KingBey
    January 15, 09:21 Reply

    Funny enough, the people that have been more helpful to my life are even Straight. I wonder where this Gay Network is located. I wouldn’t mind joining.

  9. Delle
    January 15, 09:33 Reply

    I don’t even know what to say, this guy is just a goat shaa. A breathing confusion.

    OAN
    I read an article yesterday on a Ben Carson’s interview where he was saying something about gays(transsexuals esp) getting ‘extra’ rights, I’m still trying to wrap my head around that statement. Any help please?

  10. Khaleesi
    January 15, 11:48 Reply

    smh … I just witnessed the swift painful death of several precious brain cells while reading this!!! This is similar to the “Research” carried out by a Post – Graduate student of a Nigerian University a few years ago, where he claimed to have proved by sicentific means that homosexuality is abnormal. He sought to publish this as his thesis and the University actually approved it for publication. Does anyone still wonder why certain parts of the world are so backward in every conceivable way? when such crap is churned out from their supposed institutions of higher learning ..

  11. Marius
    January 15, 13:44 Reply

    Actually being black and GAY helps with uni admissions and grants. Never underestimate the Influence being a double minority’ll have on your admissions tutor or selection panel.

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