- “We shouldn’t increase the sufferings of pedophiles by excluding them, by blaming and mocking them,” Heine said. “By doing that, WE increase their isolation and WE increase the chance of child sexual abuse.”
( Daily Wire ) Controversy erupted recently over a TEDx talk featuring a German medical student who exclaimed that “pedophilia is an unchangeable sexual orientation, just like … heterosexuality.”
The student, Mirjam Heine, gave the talk at the University of Würtzberg in Germany this past May under the title “Why our perception of pedophilia has to change.” During her talk, Heine said that people need to recognize that pedophilia is a natural force.
“Anyone could be born a pedophile,” she told the audience, citing it as just an “unchangeable sexual orientation just like, for example, heterosexuality.”
Heine then goes on to differentiate between pedophilia — the sexual attraction to children — and child molestation, which she said should never be accepted.
“The difference between pedophilia and other sexual orientations is that living out this sexual orientation will end in a disaster,” she said.
…. “We shouldn’t increase the sufferings of pedophiles by excluding them, by blaming and mocking them,” Heine said. “By doing that, WE increase their isolation and WE increase the chance of child sexual abuse.”
“Just like pedophiles, we are not responsible for our feelings. We do not choose them. .. but it is our responsibility to … overcome our negative feelings about pedophiles and to treat them with the same respect we treat other people with.”
Though Heine acknowledges the evil in sexual molestation, she poses a dangerous idea here regarding the “acceptance” of pedophilia as a natural, unchangeable orientation. First off, if pedophilia were indeed “natural,” it makes no sense to condemn the expression of it as wrong so long as the two parties are consenting. Once the inclination becomes accepted as “normal,” we’re only decades away from man-boy, man-girl and vice-versa relationships from storming the public square demanding their civil right to “love” each other.
- San Francisco has become known as the city where 20 pounds of poop was dumped on a sidewalk
- .New York City and San Francisco City have accepted that people living on their streets are inevitably using their sidewalks as a toilet.
( New York Post ) “A major medical association is pulling its annual convention out of the city — saying its members no longer feel safe,” reports the San Francisco Chronicle. It’s a loss of approximately $40 million for the city and a warning to other cities with similar policies, like New York: You could be next.
Beautiful, hilly San Francisco has become known as the city where 20 pounds of poop was dumped on a sidewalk last week in a clear bag and remained there for hours. As The Post noted, “human waste-related complaints in San Francisco have skyrocketed 400 percent from 2008 to 2018,” and “In 2017 alone, more than 21,000 reports were received.”
…..New York started following San Francisco’s lead in 2016 when Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. announced his office would no longer be prosecuting offenses such as public urination. Both cities have accepted that they’ll continue to have a large number of people living on their streets and inevitably using their sidewalks as a toilet.
A BuzzFeed story in May noted that the city’s explosion of public drug use has “tested San Francisco’s image as a liberal, compassionate urban oasis” and that, according to the city’s Department of Public Health, “there are about 22,000 intravenous drug users in the city, or about 470 per square mile.” Few want to live in a place where you risk stepping on a discarded needle, as San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell actually did.
Yet, also in May, Mayor Bill de Blasio told police to stop arresting people for smoking marijuana in public starting Aug. 1, and the city plans to open four “safe injection sites” where heroin users can shoot up under the supervision of a doctor.
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The New York Post reported:
A Long Island man was arrested Friday for threatening to kill supporters of President Donald Trump and Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin – then nearly hitting a Zeldin campaign staffer with his car, according to Suffolk County police. It was the latest in a string of attacks against the administration and its allies.
Martin Astrof, 75, of Nesconset, “became irate” at the Suffolk County campaign headquarters of Rep. Lee Zeldin at 11:15 a.m. Friday, local police said.
He threatened to kill a campaign worker, as well as other Zeldin and Trump supporters – then “backed his car up in an aggressive manner nearly striking the worker,” according to authorities.
Astrof fled the scene and was arrested at his home Friday afternoon. He was expected to be arraigned Saturday on a felony charge of making a terroristic threat, and on second-degree reckless endangerment charges.
Zeldin, a fervent Trump backer, decried the attack on Friday night.
“In the US, political scores are settled at the ballot box, not by trying to kill your political opponents,” he tweeted. “Donato Panico is a great American, supporter of @realDonaldTrump & one of my campaign vols. He shouldn’t have been targeted like this today for his passion & involvement.”
( Daily Caller ) Seven California teachers believe teacher unions violated their constitutional rights by forcing them to pay union fees, so they have filed a class-action lawsuit trying to recoup their money.
The July 3 lawsuit comes after the Supreme Court ruled 5–4 in the Janus v. AFSCME 31 case making it unconstitutional under the First Amendment to use compulsory agency fees for public employees.
If the lawsuit is successful, the plaintiffs want to “refund all fair-share service fees or agency fees unlawfully withheld or collected” from them.
Plaintiffs believe the union fees violated their First Amendment free speech rights by forcing them to “subsidize private speech on matters of substantial public concern,” according to the lawsuit.
“The teachers are asking the unions, which took all that money, to give their hard-earned money,” said John Bursch, a lawyer who helped file the lawsuit. Bursch added that the teachers are asking for three years of refunds from the teacher unions.
Nat Malkus, the deputy director of education policy studies at American Enterprise Institute, thinks this case is not a First Amendment issue, but rather a contractual law issue.
“At the time, everyone was applying with the law. To make this ruling retroactive, it would be extremely disruptive,” Malkus said. Bursch said this case is about the First Amendment and not contractual law.
“If you were a teacher in California, you could not be employed as a teacher with a public school unless you signed one of these contracts,” Bursch said. “That is what makes it a constitutional problem, rather than a contractual problem.”
July 4th: Masked Antifa Invade Pittsburgh Judge Manning Suburban Neighborhood, Shut Down Intersection:”The pigs showed up late to the party”
Report from anarchists in Pittsburgh:
- As patriots in Judge Jeffrey Manning’s quiet suburban neighborhood were celebrating another year on stolen land, the peace was disturbed as rows of angry people chanted enroute to the judge’s house. Judge Jeffrey Manning gave killer cop Michael Rosfeld a $250,000 unsecured bond on a criminal homicide charge.
- This group was a lot smaller than the bigger street marches – about 35 people – and was made up of Antwon’s community members, medics, legal observers, anarchists and antifascists, and black liberation activists.
- The pigs showed up late to the party and everyone was pretty much on to the next thing by the time several squad cars arrived. Everyone got out just fine. The second part of the day’s actions was to shut down the intersection at Connor and Gilkeson Road, a pretty big intersection for the amount of people who came out. This was right in front of a mall and a main route to various suburbanite July 4th parties, so that was tight.
- The small group shut shit down successfully with the help of a down ass semi driver who saw what was up and parked his rig in front of the exit route many cars were attempting to take. The cops were frazzled, a lot of fancy cars got fucked up hopping the median, and the intersection was held successfully for a good chunk of time in the 95 degree heat and direct sun,”
“Way more people were masked up, kids were helping each other figure out the best ways to tie t-shirts over their faces, road flares were embraced by everyone there, and everyone was reminding each other to use Signal.”
Feminist activist ‘very confused’ seeing an affluent black man with pro-NRA and Tea Party bumper-stickers…RACIST!
( Fox News ) An activist author ignited a social media firestorm on Thursday after saying she was left “very confused” seeing a black man with a pro-NRA and Tea Party bumper-sticker on his car.
Kimberley Johnson, a feminist contributor to HuffPost and the spokeswoman for the national advocacy group We Are Woman, was slammed for questioning why a black person would not embrace progressive politics.
“Out on the road the other day I saw an affluent black man driving a BMW with two bumper-stickers. One was pro-NRA and the other one was a Tea Party sticker that read, ‘Don’t tread on me,’” she wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “This left me very confused.”
She was immediately condemned, with most social media users accusing her of racism. “It’s not confusing to people who don’t judge others based on their skin tone. You should try it,” wrote user.
“One of the most racist things ever are people who think black people MUST all think alike and vote for the same party,” tweeted journalist Jason Howerton.
Johnson attempted to defend her tweet, saying she was merely “confused” and didn’t mean to tell black Americans who they should support. “It’s not about skin tone. It’s about people voting against their own interests. The same can be said for anyone who isn’t rich and white,” she wrote in one tweet.
CNN, New York Times and Washington Post did not show interest with 30-year-old Kino Jimenez viral story stealing 16-year-old Hunter Richard’s MAGA hat and throwing his drink on him at Whataburger fast food in San Antonio, Texas.
Proof? Go to CNN website and search for Kino Jimenez’ name and you get this answer:
‘ Your search for Kino Jimenez did not match any document’
This is the answer from Washington Post: “Your search returned no results.”
New York Times? Zero.
Too embarrassed to report another left-wing violence story? You bet.