View Full Version : Teaching monsters (Obama's New Sodom)

10-12-2009, 07:28 AM
I've always believed in the existence of monsters. During my 20 years as a cop in NYC, I met quite a few of them, many of whom may still be doing time in prisons around the country.

However, they were the garden-variety type of monsters; murderers, rapists, armed robbers and other assorted thugs. But there's another, even lower, level of criminal that exists in communities all across America, even in some of our churches. The creature I'm referring to is the pedophile.

A few years ago, I received a 6-page letter in the mail from a woman in East Cambridge, Massachusetts, who related the tragic story of her son's murder at the hands of 2 such creatures.

Jeffrey Curley, 10-year old son of Robert and Barbara Curley, was influenced by a neighbor and another man into joining them for what became a fatal ride in their car. The seduction had begun earlier when the neighbor befriended the young boy by treating him like an adult;

taking him to a local restaurant and making him feel important. The parents were never aware that their son was being targeted for sex.

What happened to that child is too grisly to relate in this column. All I will say is that the boy refused their advances in the car and was killed before he was raped by one of them.

His body was sealed in a container and dropped off a bridge into a river. The following morning, as neighbors and friends handed out fliers for the missing child, the "friendly neighborhood pedophile" came over, offering to help. When his behavior appeared suspicious he was taken in for questioning and ultimately confessed, also giving up the name of his confederate.

When the police investigated the car where the murder took place, they found literature from NAMBLA, the North American Man-Boy Love Association, including nude photos of little boys.

This repulsive organization was founded about 30 years ago in Boston and has a website in which it calls itself a political organization that, among other things, calls for the repeal of age of consent laws. However, Bob Hamer, a former FBI agent who recently appeared on the Sean Hannity Show, infiltrated the group a few years ago and discovered that age of consent was not the topic most often discussed.

Instead, NAMBLA members talked about how to entice little boys into having sex with adult men.

During the interview, Hannity pointed to Kevin Jennings, Obama's Safe Schools Czar, who was reputedly "inspired" by Harry Hay, an icon of NAMBLA. (You can't make this stuff up.)

To characterize this group as sick would put them on the same level as people who suffer from schizophrenia, paranoia, or kleptomania. No, we must not give these people a built in defense for more courtroom carnivals when they get nabbed.

Who Is/was Harry Hays : An Old Fagot Pedophile School Teacher !

Harry Hay: One Big Idea: http://www.indegayforum.org/news/printer/26998.html

Photo of Harry Hay in Dress Camped Out in the Desert Fairy Compond .

Harry Hay, April 1996, Anza-Borrego Desert, Radical Faeries Campout
Born April 7, 1912
Worthing, England
Died October 24, 2002 (aged 90)
San Francisco, California

Nationality American
Known for LGBT rights activist;
co-founder, Mattachine Society;..The name "Mattachine" came from a group of medieval men who held dances and rituals and would wear masks.
co-founder, Radical Faeries: http://www.geocities.com/faeriechicago/queesunfae.html
Spouse(s) Anita Platky (1938–1951)http://www.workers.org/2005/us/lgbtseries-0512/
Partner Rudi Gernreich (1950–1952)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudi_Gernreich
Jorn Kamgren (1952–1962)
John Burnside (1963–2002)

Henry "Harry" Hay, Jr. (April 7, 1912 – October 24, 2002) was a teacher, labor advocate, and early leader in the American LGBT rights movement. Drawing on his background in the Communist Party USA, Hay co-founded the Mattachine Society, the first enduring LGBT rights organization in the United States, in 1950. Following his ouster from Mattachine leadership in 1953, Hay largely withdrew from organized LGBT activism until the late 1970s, although he continued to participate in the movement informally and following the 1969 Stonewall riots, became involved in a local Gay Liberation Front chapter. In 1979, Hay and his longtime companion, inventor John Burnside, founded the Radical Faeries. Hay and Burnside remained together for almost 40 years, from 1963 until Hay's death.
A Communist Party member from 1933 to 1951, Hay was asked to withdraw because Party members felt his homosexuality was "a security risk" (to the Party!) but the Party formally declared him "a lifelong friend of the people" – i.e., non-Party communist. He apparently retained his radical sympathies for the rest of his life, visiting the Soviet Union shortly before its collapse.
Hay's "idealism" had three components: a) gays are qualitatively different from heterosexuals, mentally, psychologically, spiritually, not just in "what they do in bed;" b) the core difference lies in the natural androgyny of homosexuals, that they embody both male and female elements; and c) in order to help promote their acceptance gays need to explain the contribution this difference makes to society.
Second, whether gays and lesbians have any intrinsic, special "gay consciousness" at all seems doubtful. Hay told biographer Stuart Timmons, "We differ most from heterosexuals in how we perceive the world. That ability to offer insights and solutions is our contribution to humanity ... ."
It may be that under conditions of prejudice and discrimination, gays can develop a heightened awareness of the arbitrariness of social conventions that impact them differentially, and even learn a heightened sensitivity to unconscious signals and nuances of personal interaction. But whether those would develop in the absence of prejudice and discrimination seems doubtful.
Who are the Radical Faeries?
We are a network of faggot farmers, workers, artists, drag queens,
political activists, witches, magickians, rural and urban dwellers who see gays and lesbians as a distinct and separate people, with our own culture, ways of being/becoming, and spirituality. We believe that, as a people, we have unique and necessary contributions to make, ones that we must make to help regain the lost balance of the larger human community here on the planet.