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Don't Say G.. roomer?
The leftist freak out over protecting kids against sex offenders is deeply telling.
“Gay, gay, gay. Gay gay gay, gay! Gay. GAY. GAAAAAAAYYY!”
That was, essentially, the thrust of New York Gayor Eric Adams’s gay speech in front of his gay podium in his gay city a few gays ago.
Damn, it feels good to be able to say “gay” again.
Not since school have I had such a gay old time! No, not that kind of time.
I mean those playground (gayground!?) days of calling everything you were uninterested in “gay”.
It had nothing to do with homosexuals, or homosexuality. We didn’t know any gay people when we were eight years old. We didn’t even know what gay was. And that’s the way it should’ve been.
Everything was happy and gay, until along came a groomer (alternate article title, right there). In fact, along came a lot of groomers. The real ‘g-word’ that your corporate overloads have told you not to say.
“Don’t say gay”? That was never in the ostensibly bloodcurdling Florida legislation in the first place. But “Don’t say groomer”? Well that’s plastered all over the media right now.
Yeah, nothing suspicious about this freak out at all.
The two topics – the Florida legislation, and the appointment of Ketanji Brown Jackson – are now inextricably linked. If history recalls this period accurately, it will reflect the urgent, protective screen being erected to shield the ruling class in the face of actual evidence of child grooming, abuse, and the related disdain and debasement of life.
Walls work, they now hope.
And this is hardly speculative stuff, let alone the ‘QAnon’-style “conspiracy,” as the media keeps trying to spin. There is plenty of evidence, from around the United States, of wildly inappropriate school materials targeting minors.
The question is not whether to take such things gravely seriously, but rather, to what extent are the upper echelons of so-called civil society aware of predators in their midst? How many more Epsteins, Polanskis, or Jimmy Savilles are there? And why are people being discouraged from finding out?
See, the counterpoint/allegation levelled at conservatives concerned with the mass sexual indoctrination of their young children is that it is “anti-LGBTQIA+++” to be bothered about it. This counterpoint, ironically, is the only rhetorical link being made between inappropriate child sex education and homosexuality. In reality, parents don’t want any graphic sex education (straight or gay) aimed at their young kids.
Proponents of putting pictures of penises in front of children further allege this is some kind of Victorian notion. Actually, it was the opening scene of the 2008, New York-based romantic comedy Definitely, Maybe.
Parent: “Will, did you know there was gonna be a sex ed class today?”
Will (Ryan Reynolds): “Aren't they kind of young?”
Parent: “Yeah! It was a total disaster.”
The kids in that Manhattan public school were 10-years-old. The pro-groomer position on this current public debate involves children under the age of nine. In other words, Governor DeSantis’s position in Florida is actually more leftist than Hollywood’s depiction of parents in Manhattan in 2008.
Has anything besides the emboldened perversions of “progressives” changed, since then? Any data to show it creates more stable or adjusted grown-ups if teachers are sexually intervening with them from single-digit ages? Of course not. Because that’s not the end goal here. So what is?
What compels adult teachers and politicians to protest so vociferously in favour of telling your children about their sex lives and identity choices?
Besides evil and immorality? Division.
Progressive philosophy necessitates the severing of links between two critical anchors: family, and history.
Listless and atomised, the future human is being designed to have no familial links or loyalties, and no healthy relationship with humanity’s past. This, combined with the long-standing attack on religion in public life, creates Klaus Schwab’s ideal environment.
“You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy,” gets one step closer.
And it got one step closer, today. The first black woman (who apparently doesn’t know what a woman is) was today appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court despite a bizarre and troubling history of leniency against sex offenders. The media rushed to her aid. And now that historic appointment is tainted by the nature of the debate around Ms. Brown Jackson.
Despite the dishonour, at least it will keep this debate in the public eye.
Though history has known many abusive regimes, it has never known such open source and fast access to information. Perhaps that’s what has really changed, even since 2008. The cat’s out of the bag. Keep saying “Groomer.”