Scott Baker from the B-Cast has an interesting expose on an activist named Harry Hay.
You may recall that Harry Hay is the NAMBLA (North American Man-Boy Love Association) advocate who is Kevin Jenning’s hero.
You may recall that Kevin Jennings is President Obama’s appointee to the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools in the Education Department. In other words, he is a highly placed individual in the United States department which is in charge of your public school student for about 8 hours day and which teaches your children a great deal of everything they know.
In addition to Jennings’ extremely poor judgment regarding underage homosexual contact and drug use, the fact that a pedophilia advocate is his hero is particularly disturbing (remember, Jennings is charged with the safety and education of America’s school children).
Scott Baker points to a textbook that Jennings edited for high school students to indoctrinate them in the legitimization of homosexual behavior teach them about homosexuality. It’s called “Becoming Visible” and has 17 chapters. Of those 17 chapters, only two focus on individual people. One of them is on NAMBLA advocate Harry Hay. Jennings wrote the intro to this section and some questions used for discussion, but he does not mention that Hay is an advocate of pedophilia.
This chapter draws heavily for information from a book called “The Trouble With Harry Hay” by Stuart Timmens. Timmens book does tell about Hay’s NAMBLA advocacy. It does not condemn Hay’s NAMBLA advocacy and calls Hay’s critics “self righteous.”
One of the things it mentions is a 1986 Los Angeles Gay Pride march Hay marched; NAMBLA was banned from participating in this (most homosexual activists knew even then that they needed to keep NAMBLA out of sight so they could put their best face forward in their effort to push acceptance of homosexuality on America).
In this march, Hay wore sandwich board that said on one side “Valerie Terigno marches with me” and on the back “NAMBLA walks with me.” (Valerie Terrigno was a local politician involved in a scandal who was also banned from the march)
A quote from the Timmens book:
“Harry was appalled by the hypocrisy of a self-appointed gay establishment that would declare a section of the gay community unrespectable. He could not contain his outrage.”
Another quote from the Timmens book:
He [Harry Hay] told the story of Matt, his 25-year-old first love, when he was only 14, and pointed out that ‘Having molested an adult when I was a child until I found out what I needed to know,’ he had a different perspective on the issue.”
That’s a great hero for a prominent leader in the U.S. Department of Education (and by extension, all of America’s school children), isn’t it?
Are you happy with how President Barack Obama has put together your government for you and your children?