I have written and spoken for a while now that the inevitable results of the homosexual agenda chaos will be to provide traction to those who seek to legitimize adult-child sexual relationships. I am not suggesting that homosexuals are de facto pedophiles. What I emphasize is that the rationale and subsequent political-legal maneuvers that the homosexual movement has used to invade American culture are not lost on those who support the pederasty agenda.
Here is a quick summation of some of my lines of thought: (1) No one would willingly choose this type of behavior; therefore, it must be a trait some are born with. Never mind that this has never been proven. (2) Since it is a born trait, then it is legitimate. Consequently, all attempts to deny pursuit of this behavior is a civil rights infraction. (3) Anyone can choose to do what he or she wants with another consenting adult. (4) At the same time, increased emphasis has been placed on legitimizing the rights of minors. Homosexual organizations have been, and still are, encouraging minors to declare their homosexuality and other forms of sexual confusion. School officials and other adults are increasingly hamstrung from intervening and enforcing any semblance of sexual sanity.
All of these elements, and more, combine to provide the fodder for which organizations like the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) will pursue the same courses of action taken by homosexual advocates. This has already been evident in their documents for some time.
Sadly, it appears that this immoral travesty will be assaulting Americans sooner than later. Witness the furor taking place over the MTV decision to air a teenaged-based drama called "Skins." Peter mentioned this yesterday on Liberty Tree and over the air.
Some groups are demanding that MTV executives be investigated for violating child pornography laws:
"Since it is not necessary for Viacom or MTV to distribute the material in order to be in violation of the law, we call upon your committees to immediately investigate Viacom and MTV for the production of this material," Winter said in the statement. "Furthermore, we urge you in the strongest possible terms to compel the attorney general to mount an investigation by the Department of Justice into whether the production of ?Skins' has violated federal law meant to protect minors from exploitation."
At first, this resulted in concern:
According to The New York Times, a series of panicked meetings took place at MTV headquarters in New York on Tuesday, where one executive allegedly even discussed the possibility of criminal charges and jail time. Reportedly, nervous execs forced producers to edit out some of the more explicit content from future episodes.
That concern, however, did not last long:
"We review all of our shows and work with all of our producers on an ongoing basis to ensure our shows comply with laws and community standards," MTV said a statement yesterday.
"We are confident that the episodes of 'Skins' will not only comply with all applicable legal requirements, but also with our responsibilities to our viewers.
This is exactly the type of issue for which adult-child sex advocates long. It provides widely distributed entertainment venue through which the boundaries protecting minors can be further weakened, and it may provide the legal environment through which they can begin attacking current child porn laws. Even if this does not all happen quickly, be assured that it will be the start of the foundation from which further assaults on morality and common sense will be pursued.
It is evident that unless Americans express clearly the moral values that we expect to see reflected in our laws and policies, we will soon be cast into complete and utter chaos. Writes Dr. Manny Alvarez:
These days, our society echoes of Sodom and Gomorrah.
The reason that I make such a harsh comparison, that many people will call me crazy for doing -- is because I am a huge advocate for talking to your children about drugs and sex, and monitoring their habits for any warning signs. But these days, accessibility to all forms of media and the messages we are sending to our children under the guise of "entertainment" are making it extremely challenging to be a good parent. And I think that shows like "Skins" just add to the problem of kids jumping on the bandwagon and trying to mimic their favorite television stars.
It is well past the time for responsible Americans to advocate for proper moral behavior and to protect subsequent generations from the machinations of child predators.