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Certified Cameronites

These are just some of the people who provide oxygen for Paul Cameron’s self-documented Nazi-revisionist mission. Do they agree with Cameron’s “solutions”?

Jim Burroway

May 15, 2007, updated February 6, 2010.

Certified Cameronite AwardThe Southern Poverty Law Center in 2005 made a passing reference to Paul Cameron’s theories “echoing Nazi Germany.” Unfortunately they missed the real story. In a chilling 1999 newsletter, Paul Cameron himself cited the mercurial observations of a notorious Nazi concentration camp commandant as evidence supporting his own theories on homosexuality. Those observations, in turn, provide a deeply disturbing context to Cameron’s obsession for those who — to use a phrase Cameron borrows from Rudolph Höss — live “parasitic lives.” And in his web site, he makes it plainly clear that it is his quest to bring his vision to fruition for the rest of us.

Cameron’s outlandish theories, egregious abuse of science, and easily discredited “research” has made him more than just a laughing stock among social science professionals. He was denounced by the American Psychological Association in 1983, by the Nebraska Psychological Association in 1984, and the American Sociological Association in 1985 and 1986. More recently, the president of the Eastern Psychological Association publicly rebuked Cameron for saying that he had “presented” a manuscript before their 2007 convention.

Paul Cameron is just one man. But when others associate themselves with his junk science to further their agenda, they provide him with the oxygen he needs to keep his quest alive. Otherwise, he would fade in irrelevance. And so the question must be asked of everyone who uses his “research”: Do you agree with Paul Cameron’s “Solutions”?