Pascal and I have been blathering about the death cults for more than a decade. Not many people have taken us seriously. It’s depressing to think that an actual threat to human existence is widely treated lightly. But we soldier on.
What one must not forget is that the death cults are fighting a multi-front campaign. They want Mankind eliminated, or failing that, reduced to its irreducible minimum (themselves). Therefore, they seek not merely to kill – directly or otherwise – as many of us as possible; but also to inhibit human reproduction by whatever means are expedient. One of those means is the perversion of the young.
If you’re not familiar with the North American Man-Boy Love Association, its agenda since its inception has been to twist the minds and sexualities of as many pre-teen boys as it can lay its hands on, and as early in those boys’ lives as possible. The group’s motto is “Sex By Eight Or It’s Too Late.” Pederasty almost guarantees that the victim will fail to reproduce as an adult, whether because he’s been warped into homosexuality or because the trauma has made him a poor candidate for the sort of liaison that produces children.
The death cultists are enthusiastic about pedophilia of all kinds for that very reason: Kids who are victims of such abuse seldom have kids of their own. And in recent years, they’ve openly campaigned for “pedophile acceptance.” But until recently, they haven’t boasted any support from credentialed “experts:”
A leading academic journal has published an article questioning the need for age of consent laws and claiming that discussions of “youth sexuality” are unjustly hindered by “cancel culture.” The author, Marshall Burns, is a physicist and technology entrepreneur who was involved in the development of the early computer industry and operates a website titled “Consenting Juveniles.”
In his article, which was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior in June and titled “The Elephant in the Room: Youth Sexuality,” Burns argues that “sexual relations between youths and adults” is wrongfully seen as a contentious issue in society.
“The Archives of Sexual Behavior special section on cancel culture is an important reference on a dangerous phenomenon taking place in front of us. Yet the section omits discussion of the primary cancellation issue that arguably helped set the stage for what we face today and that remains the most lightning-rod subject of all,” Burns writes.
“It ignores the elephant in the room: youth sexuality, and in particular, discussions of sexual relations between youths and adults without an a priori assumption of abuse and harm.”
The “a priori assumption of abuse and harm” is founded on experience. Such encounters distort the child’s understanding of love and sex. Many also do the child physical harm. Do some children seek out sexual contacts with adults? Perhaps, but these are highly exceptional exceptions. The overwhelming majority of such contacts are initiated – quite aggressively – by the adult predator.
I hardly think it necessary to comment further on this, other than to emphasize the connection to other death-cult initiatives:
- The promotion of promiscuity;
- The promotion of homosexuality;
- The promotion of transgenderism;
- The drive for consequence-free abortion;
- The propaganda about “overpopulation;”
- The denigration of motherhood;
- The denigration of the large family.
Ponder it as long and as deeply as you can stand.