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Penn State Scandal Is the Logical Outcome of the Gay Agenda

By Dr. Rich Swier

I have been reading the news about the scandal facing Penn State and its football program. I have heard and read commentators blame the cover-up of a gay Penn State football coach allegedly having sex with up to forty boys over a 15-year period as an effort to protect the Penn State university brand. The story line is all about money, donors and protecting the football program. But is it?

I have a different view of what has happened. My take is this scandal is the logical outcome of the gay agenda.

Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky was given a pass because he was gay. The fear by all those involved was Penn State would be labeled homophobic. Rather than having the gay coach immediately arrested, the university took the unusual steps to cover it up. Letrell Crittenden, a Penn State graduate, who covered the crime beat as a reporter for a Centre Daily Times was interviewed about the cover-up. According to MyFoxPhilly.com, “We asked Crittenden about the disappearance of Centre County district attorney Ray Gricar, who once investigated former Penn State assistant Jerry Sandusky. . . ‘When I found out there was no prosecution I was not surprised, but that has more to do with just the basic nature of the community there,’ Crittenden says.” According to Crittenden, “To me it’s just another sign of how much is covered up within Happy Valley.”

Again, I ask why?

Who benefits from keeping a gay coach, who rapes little boys in the locker room on the payroll? The gay community and those who support it of course. Am I out of bounds talking about this? I think not given the history of the open support for the gay agenda in our colleges and universities. It all began at Indiana University in the 1940s. According to “How Alfred C. Kinsey’s Sex Studies Have Harmed Women and Children” by Robert H. Knight:

“Kinsey also based his liberal view of child rape on research tabulated in Graph Tables 31-34 in the male volume, which chronicled systematic sexual abuse of boys aged 2 months to 15 years old. Kinsey concluded that the boys, despite violent reactions and crying, enjoyed being manually and orally stimulated by pedophiles. To Kinsey, what most people thought was rape was merely ‘sex play’ with children, which was essentially harmless, particularly if the child gave ‘consent.’ He also included this chilling observation: ‘Orgasm is in our records for a female babe of 4 months.’

The Kinsey Institute, situated on Indiana University’s campus, continues to refuse to open the records of the Kinsey child sex data to public scrutiny. So you have a major university in 1948 allowing pedophiles to rape little boys and labeling it scientific research into human sexuality. Fast forward to today and you have the U.S. Department of Health (DOH) declaring children are “sexual beings”. The U.S DOH states, “teenagers may ‘experiment’ sexually with members of the same sex regardless of whether they are gay or straight.” So according to the DOH Penn State was simply helping teenagers experiment sexually with members of the same sex, namely coach Sandusky.

To add fuel to the fire we have major universities involved in a Summer Symposium in August 2011 hosted by B4U-ACT in Baltimore, Maryland.  The featured speaker at the event was Fred Berlin, M.D., Ph.D., founder, National Institute for the Study, Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Trauma; founder, Johns Hopkins Sexual Disorders Clinic. Other speakers included: Renee Sorentino of Harvard Medical School, John Sadler of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and John Breslow of the London School of Economics and Political Science. According to LifeSiteNews.com, “Speakers addressed the around 50 individuals in attendance on themes ranging from the notion that pedophiles are ‘unfairly stigmatized and demonized’ by society to the idea that ‘children are not inherently unable to consent’ to sex with an adult. Also discussed were arguments that an adult’s desire to have sex with children is ‘normative’ and that the APA’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) ignores the fact that pedophiles ‘have feelings of love and romance for children’ in the same way adult heterosexuals and homosexuals have romantic feelings for one another.” [My emphases]

What was the purpose of this symposium? To redefine pedophiles as “minor-attracted persons”.

So former Penn State coach Sandusky needs to be protected as a “minor-attracted person” according to Dr. Berlin, Dr. Sorentino and Dr. Sadler. This attitude is prevalent on college campuses across America. Homosexual behaviors, including gay men attraction to boys, is condoned and even promoted as healthy and a civil right. How can you deny the civil rights of Sandusky, after all he is gay and his behaviors are protected. Penn State certainly covered up what Sandusky was doing since 1998. He systematically recruited boys using the programs he created to bring him in contact with little boys. Why are we now shocked that this happened? It is the natural course of an agenda where evil behaviors are pushed to the limit in the name of civil rights. Pedophilia is simply another step down this road.

Perhaps we should thank Penn State for pushing the gay envelope to its ultimate end? Anything and everything goes at Penn State University, don’t you agree?

NOTE:  Dr. Rich Swier is the Sarasota editor for Red County and is host of the Dr. Rich Show. Click here for pod casts of the show.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are no longer my favorite professional football team because of team owner Dan Rooney’s political ties to Obama as well as his ongoing efforts to get the Destroyer reelected. However, when I read the story From hardship, Steelers’ Gay shares hope, I thought it might help some football fanatics to keep the game in perspective.

Joe Whitt Jr., a secondary coach for the Green Bay Packers, wonders whether Pittsburgh Steelers fans would be so tough on William Gay if they knew the character of the man and everything he’s overcome.

“People can say what they want about the football player—that’s fine. But the character, the man? … I know what he is. I know I couldn’t go through the things he’s had to work through.”—Joe Whitt, Jr

(H-T Jason)

I.M. Kane

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