I wonder, at times, what it will take to wake people up. We saw the terrible cases of Frank Lombard, Mark Newton, and Walter Williams (at USC) -- gay men who hid behind gay liberation ideology while they molested and prostituted boys, or in the case of Kevin Jennings, assisted in other homosexual men's aims to do the same. Of course, not all gay men are abusers. But the policies being pushed by the ligbitist lobby -- "equal rights" to adopt and foster boys, protection from any investigative inquiry that might demean their sexuality, access to school curriculum through state-mandated subject matter changes and "It Gets Better" and the formation of gay-straight alliances -- give abusers cover and hamstring society's ability to protect children from an already existing homosexual molestation subculture. Look up the case of Mr. Canon, the British foster care youth who was placed with a homosexual couple that drugged and abused him, or the case of Mr. Wirth, the Connecticut man who was given custody of nine boys even after there were complaints lodged of homosexual abuse within the home. In these cases, authorities cannot fully investigate because the laws against hate crimes prevent them from posing any questions that leave them liable to accusations of homophobia.
Is it turns out, the teen in this case, Caleb Laieski, got into a sexual liaison with a fortysomething policeman who was tasked with representing law enforcement at events for gay rights.
Caleb Laieski, now 18, was 17 at the time of the alleged abuse. His alleged victim, a close friend he met on TrevorSpace (a social media site for children and young adults aged 13-24 who have an interest in homosexuality), was only 14 at the time. The younger boy said the sex was consensual, but that he felt “pressured” to participate. However, Arizona law says no one younger than 15 is capable of giving consent.
Given that we know that things like TrevorSpace exist, we cannot continue to be naive enough to trust that homosexuals will act morally spotless, then leave them openings to gain access to underage, self-questioning boys through the government's endorsement of school programs that connect youths to adult homosexual communities, ENDA, locker-room equality laws, It Gets Better, or foster care programs with loose oversight and blind faith that homosexual couples, even creepy ones, aren't opening their homes to vulnerable young boys out of sexual interest.
Do all homosexuals do these evil things? No.
Do none of them do these evil things? No.
Some do. Many do. We can't be stupid. Here's more of the gruesome details of the Caleb Laieski case, where a 43-year-old cop used a 17-year-old activist to rope in a 14-year-old boy who barely knew what he was doing:
In an unusual twist, Laieski is also considered a victim in the case, since at least some of the charges stem from a three-way sexual encounter the boys had with 43-year-old Chris Wilson, an openly homosexual Phoenix police officer who was arrested more than a year ago and is now in jail awaiting trial for his role in the abuse of both children. Although Laieski was a minor at the time, his participation in sex acts with the younger boy violate state law, which says it is a crime for older minors to have sexual contact with children under the age of 15. Laieski rose to national prominence after he and a 35-year-old friend, Casey Cameron, sent e-mails to 5,000 Arizona schools in 2011 demanding special protections for gay students and threatening legal action if they failed to bring their policies in line with his demands. The teen then dropped out of high school, got his GED, and traveled to Washington, D.C., to lobby for the Student Non-Discrimination Act. In 2012, Laieski was given a position in Mayor Stanton’s office as a “youth and diversity liaison,” advising the mayor on matters of policy having to do with youth, particularly gay youth. He was an “advocate on loan,” meaning his salary was funded by an outside group, called “One in Ten.” According to police records, part of his job was to represent the mayor’s office at local homosexual protests, which is how he got to know Wilson, who was usually assigned as the officer in charge of policing such events.
Wilson met the two boys while serving on the Phoenix Police Department’s Community Response Squad as a liaison officer to the homosexual community in 2012. At the time of Wilson’s arrest, he had known Laieski for three years, but had only recently met the younger boy, when all three attended an event at the Phoenix Arts Center. The alleged sex between the three occurred late in 2012 at Laieski’s apartment, where the 14-year-old was also staying. (Laieski told investigators that the younger boy’s mother wanted them to “be together as a couple” and would often drop her son off for “weeks at a time” at his apartment, where he lived alone.) After a dinner at Chili’s restaurant during which the 14-year-old reportedly made aggressive sexual overtures toward Wilson, Wilson drove the boys back to Laieski’s apartment and went inside with them. Eventually, the three ended up in bed together. Initially, investigators saw Laieski only as a victim in the case, but police records show that Laieski actively pressured his young friend not to tell anyone about the abuse in order to protect his rising star from being tarnished, even after the younger boy became suicidal.
Even if you want to give gay people the benefit of the doubt, you can't continue to give the gay lobby the benefit of the doubt. The gay lobby is not the same as gay people. If the gay lobby keeps pushing things like It Gets Better, phenomena which look like great programs to improve youths' self-esteem but turn out to be recruitment mills for pederasts, and then you see a spike in the HIV-infection rate of 13-19 year old boys immediately after the federal government boosts It Gets Better, then you have to pull back on the whole 'benefit of the doubt' thing. Your trust's been destroyed. It's time to get mad as Hell and do something about it: