Professors Who Are Child-Porn Monsters
Linda Harvey, WND.com
What in the world goes through the mind and heart of a child abuser? A child rapist? Or the person who collects images of children being raped and tortured and exchanges them with other viewers, mostly middle-aged white males?
Dr. Lori Handrahan has done extensive research on this subject and what she has discovered is horrifying.
Child pornography use is rapidly escalating and the subject matter often involves younger children and more sadistic violence.
And the media is largely ignoring it. They are too busy examining President Trump’s every hangnail.
The good news is that, in recent years, numerous indictments have been brought against prominent men in academia, medicine, and federal and state agencies. These men, incredibly, were able to conceal their addictions to watching innocent children be raped and tortured, hiding behind cloaks of respectability.
These were – and are – people at the top of their professions. Some have not yet been caught and locked away forever. I am hoping that changes very soon.
And think about this. If we are mystified by the seeds of radical revolution being encouraged on college campuses, this may explain some of it. Students’ favorite professors may be viewing, in their spare time, online streaming images of toddlers being raped.
It’s an epidemic of cleverly- disguised monsters consorting with demons, with America’s children as their victims
And the perpetrator list includes numerous doctors, some with Ivy League pedigrees, who have access to children. Here are just a few examples from Lori’s research, where she links to local media coverage (where arrests are often reported, and then media interest disappears).
Dr. Richard Keller was a pediatric endocrinologist at Boston Children’s Hospital who also taught at Harvard Medical School. He was arrested for possession of child pornography, including videos of boys in explicit sexual scenarios, material he received while medical director of the prestigious Phillips Academy, a position he had held for nineteen years.
Does Accepting Homosexuality Curb the Spread of HIV? A 35-Year Experiment
Paul Cameron, Kirk Cameron & Kay Proctor, American Thinker
In 1981, a flush of gay infections announced the American AIDS epidemic. A debate ensued: should homosexuality be suppressed by closing gay bars and baths, outlawing homosexual activity, and rigorously enforcing laws against public sex, etc., thus dampening opportunities for homosexuals to spread the disease? Or should it be mainstreamed by "reducing discrimination" – passing LGBT legal protections, admitting gay activists into positions of power, etc. – and hence provide incentives for homosexuals to voluntarily help society and themselves by "being careful"?
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