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If fag activists get their way, the below article will be what a future America will be like. Imagine a world where every boy is FORCED against their will into a homosexual union. Just as in ancient Greece and Rome. This is what gay activists want, for every child to have a homosexual experience, and that INCLUDES straight children! This goes back to the Journal of Homosexuality study which stated that parents should view the pedophile as a PARTNER in the boy's upbringing! This is why we say "no" to gay adoption, gay foster parents, and gay ANYTHING that has to do with children!

Suspended (homosexual) doctor charged in rape of 15-year-old boy

By Raja Mishra, Globe Staff, Globe Correspondent, 9/11/2002

CAMBRIDGE - The Boston doctor under fire for abandoning an unconscious surgery patient to go to the bank was arrested yesterday and charged with the alleged rape of a 15-year-old youth he picked up in Central Square.

Police last night held Dr. David C. Arndt, 45, in the station lockup in lieu of $250,000 bail. He was scheduled for arraignment in Cambridge District Court today on three counts of child rape and one count of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14.

According to Middlesex County prosecutors, Arndt spotted the male youth on a street near Central Square on Sept. 5 and allegedly lured him into his car. The two had never met before, said prosecutors. Arndt then repeatedly raped the boy in the car, they allege.

The boy reported the alleged attack to police Monday morning. Police searched for Arndt's car throughout Cambridge yesterday, finally spotting him driving near Central Square, a police spokesman said. He was arrested without a struggle.

The boy last evening was at home with his parents.

''It wasn't like a kidnapping,'' said Cambridge police spokesman Frank Pasquarello. ''He wasn't forced into the car.''

Claudia A. Hunter, a lawyer representing Arndt in the suspension of his medical license, was reached last night but said she was unaware of the criminal case.

The arrest marks the most serious turn in the Harvard-trained orthopedic surgeon's recent troubles, which include tangles with the courts and medical disciplinary system. Most recently, Arndt's name was found on prescription slips at the scene of an alleged drug dealer's arrest last week.

On July 10, Arndt abandoned an anesthetized patient at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge six hours into back surgery in order to deposit a check in a nearby bank, according to the state medical board. He returned 35 minutes later and successfully completed the surgery, according to the medical board.

Arndt explained to colleagues that ''a financial crisis'' forced him to run to the bank, according to the board.

The medical board suspended Arndt's medical license on Aug. 7, calling him ''an immediate and serious threat to the health, safety, and welfare of the public.'' Arndt has vowed to fight the suspension, but has not disputed the allegations.

The case has prompted widespread outrage, and his patient has been interviewed on national television shows. The case opened the door into Arndt's seemingly troubled recent past.

On Sept. 4, a law enforcement official disclosed a possible connection between Arndt and a drug dealer arrested in June at a downtown Boston hotel. The official said prescription slips signed by Arndt were found at the arrest scene.

In October 2000, a Suffolk County judge ordered Arndt to turn over 9 percent of his income for the next 15 years to a former domestic partner who bankrolled Arndt's medical schooling in exchange for future financial support, according to court records. Arndt unsuccessfully protested the order, contending that his partner, a psychiatrist, emotionally manipulated him into signing the agreement.

In 1998, Arndt pleaded guilty to falsifying an immigration document in an attempt to illegally obtain a US passport for his Venezuelan boyfriend. Arndt called it ''the dumbest thing'' he ever did.

That same year, Arndt faced assault charges for allegedly breaking into a Provincetown house and attacking a man he found with his domestic partner. After he agreed to pretrial probation, the charges were dropped.

Arndt has specialized in certain back surgeries, practicing at several Boston area hospitals, though he is presently not authorized to work anywhere in the state. He has not renewed his practicing privileges at New England Baptist Hospital, where he occasionally performed surgeries from November 1999 to last April. His privileges at Brigham and Women's Hospital ended in June 2001, as they did at Harvard Vanguard in September 2001, both for unspecified reasons.

And at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, his privileges were suspended after the Mt. Auburn surgery incident.

Globe correspondent Jenny Jiang contributed to this report.

This story ran on page B1 of the Boston Globe on 9/11/2002.
© Copyright 2002 Globe Newspaper Company

04 feb 02
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd

LONDON: Children raised by gay couples will suffer serious problems in later life, a study into parenting has found.

The biggest investigation into same-sex parenting to be published in Europe claims children brought up by gay couples are more likely to experiment with homosexual behaviour and be confused about their sexuality.

The best way to bring up a child is within a traditional marriage, the study by sociologist Patricia Morgan concludes.

The launch this week of her book, Children As Trophies?, which contains the claims, comes as the Government is poised to change adoption laws and allow unmarried couples to adopt if it is in the child's interest.

The book, a review of 144 academic papers on gay parenting, will be welcomed by Christian groups and traditionalists who oppose any change in the adoption law.

Then in 1990, the highly respected Journal of Homosexuality produced a special double issue devoted to adult-child sex,, which was entitled "Male Intergenerational Intimacy" (1). One article said many pedophiles believe they are "born that way and cannot change" (p.133). Another writer said a man who counseled troubled teenage boys could achieve "miracles ... not by preaching to them, but by sleeping with them." The loving pedophile can offer a "companionship, security and protection" which neither peers nor parents can provide (p. 162). Parents should look upon the pedophile who loves their son "not as a rival or competitor, not as a thief of their property, but as a partner in the boy's upbringing, someone to be welcomed into their home..." (p. 164).

A British university professor writes: "Boys want sex with men, boys seduce adult men, the experience is very common and much enjoyed" (p. 323) A professor of social science at the State University of New York Said he looks forward to the day when Americans will "get over their hysteria about child abuse (p.325) and child pornography."


Thursday, September 12, 2002
NEWS   03D
By Mike Lafferty

NEWARK, Ohio -- A Big Brother Big Sister volunteer charged with rape passed a background check and offered five personal references before the Licking County program accepted him as a mentor.

Scott A. Wagner, 34, of Newark, is charged with raping a 12-year-old boy visiting Wagner's home as a client of Big Brother Big Sister of Licking and Perry Counties.

Court records indicate that Wagner had no previous convictions. Authorities are investigating allegations of incidents dating from about 1997 that involve Wagner and at least six other children.

Volunteer mentors who meet one on one with children undergo checks for criminal activity and driving violations, said Kathie Fout, assistant director of the Licking and Perry counties chapter. They also are interviewed, and a home assessment is conducted.

The background for volunteers who only tutor children in school, Fout said, isn't as exhaustive. Driving violations and home assessments, for example, are not included.

Volunteers such as Wagner usually meet twice a month with children they are mentoring. They share hobbies, sports activities, baking, computer work and other interests with kids.

The Licking County agency served about 700 children in Licking and Perry counties last year. About 250,000 children nationally were involved in the program in 2001.

The accusations against Wagner hurt the entire program, said Joy Harris, who heads Big Brother Big Sisters of Knox and Morrow Counties.

Sheriff's investigators are looking into Wagner's conduct with at least six other boys during the past five years, Capt. Rod Mitchell said.

The Licking County Sheriff's Office last month began an investigation after Licking County Children's Services officials contacted detectives.

Wagner was arrested Friday and is in the Licking County jail under $150,000 bail. The Licking County grand jury will consider the case.

At least two volunteer Big Brothers were charged with sex crimes last year. In August 2001, a 52-year-old Toronto man was charged with sexual assault, sexual interference, gross indecency and sexual exploitation involving three young boys in Canada. In April 2001, a 37-year-old Newton, Mass., man was accused of filming himself having sex with an 8-year-old boy in Boston.

"These people often place themselves in positions where they'll be in contact with children,'' Mitchell said. "It's not unusual.''

Caption: With five references and no criminal convictions, Scott A. Wagner, 34, was cleared to be a Big Brother.


Salesman 'raped' at hotel by gay boss

Times Newspapers Ltd

A UNIVERSITY graduate was raped in a Hilton Hotel by the man who had just offered him his first job, a court was told yesterday.

The software salesman woke up from a night out celebrating to find his new boss half-naked alongside him. Although he was unable to explain how he had got there or what had happened, his physical discomfort and his boss’s assurance that what had happened was “just between them” made him believe that he had been raped.

The man, 24, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told Southwark Crown Court: “There was no way it was consensual. I’ve had sexual experiences with other people in the past, but never with men.”

In the months since the alleged attack, he has been unable to recall how he came to share a single bed in the Park Lane Hilton Hotel in circumstances that he would normally find repulsive. The only explanation was that he had been drugged as he drank cocktails and pints of beer, he said. His body was covered in bruises and he suffered a badly sprained thumb.

Iain Caldwell, 34, sales team manager for a software company in South London, who is homosexual, denies one count of rape last year and a lesser alternative charge of indecent assault.

The case continues.

Kandahar Men Return to Original Love: Teenage Boys
Sunday, January 27, 2002

By Tim Reid

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Now that Taliban rule is over in Mullah Omar's former southern stronghold, it is not only televisions, kites and razors which have begun to emerge.

Visible again, too, are men with their ashna, or beloveds: young boys they have groomed for sex.

Kandahar's Pashtuns have been notorious for their homosexuality for centuries, particularly their fondness for naïve young boys. Before the Taliban arrived in 1994, the streets were filled with teenagers and their sugar daddies, flaunting their relationships.

Kandahar is called the homosexual capital of south Asia. Such is the Pashtun obsession with sodomy — locals tell you that birds fly over the city using only one wing, the other covering their posterior — that the rape of young boys by warlords was one of the key factors in Mullah Omar mobilising the Taliban.

In the summer of 1994, a few months before the Taliban took control of the city, two commanders confronted each other over a young boy whom they both wanted to sodomize.

In the ensuing fight civilians were killed. Omar's group freed the boy and appeals began flooding in for Omar to help in other disputes.

By November, Omar and his Taliban were Kandahar's new rulers. Despite the Taliban disdain for women, and the bizarre penchant of many for eyeliner, Omar immediately suppressed homosexuality.

Men accused of sodomy faced the punishment of having a wall toppled on to them, usually resulting in death. In February 1998 three men sentenced to death for sodomy in Kandahar were taken to the base of a huge mud and brick wall, which was pushed over by tank. Two of them died, but one managed to survive.

"In the days of the Mujahedeen [the pre-Taliban victors against the Communist government], there were men with their ashna everywhere, at every corner, in shops, on the streets, in hotels: it was completely open, a part of life," said Torjan, 38, one of the soldiers loyal to Kandahar's new governor, Gul Agha Sherzai.

"But in the later Mujahedeen years, more and more soldiers would take boys by force, and keep them for as long as they wished," Torjan said. "But when the Taliban came, they were very strict about the ban. Of course, it still happened — the Taliban could not enter every house — but one could not see it."

But for the first time since the Taliban fled, in the past few weeks, one can see the pairs returning: usually a heavily bearded man, seated next to, or walking with, a clean-shaven, fresh-faced youth. There appears to be no shame or furtiveness about them, although when approached, they refuse to talk to a Western journalist.

"They are just emerging again," Torjan said. "The fighters too now have the boys in their barracks. This was brought to the attention of Gul Agha, who ordered the boys to be expelled, but it continues. The boys live with the fighters very openly. In a short time, and certainly within a year, it will be like pre-Taliban: they will be everywhere."

This Pashtun tradition is even reflected in Pashtun poetry, odes written to the beauty and complexion of an ashna, but it is usually a terrible fate for the boys concerned. It is practiced at all levels of Pashtun society, but for the poorer men, having an ashna can raise his status.

"When a man sees a boy he likes — the age they like is 15 or 16 — they will approach him in the street and start talking to him, offering him tea," said Muhammad Shah, a shop owner. "Sometimes they go looking in the football stadium, or in the cinema" (which has yet to reopen).

"He then starts to give him presents, hashish, or a watch, a ring, or even a motorbike," Shah continued. "One of the most valued presents is a fighting pigeon, which can be worth up to $400. These boys are nearly always innocent, but such is the poverty here, they cannot refuse."

Once the boy falls into the man's clutches — nearly always a man with a wife and family — he is marked for life, although the Kandaharis accept these relationships as part of their culture.

When driven around, ashna sit in the front passenger seat. The back seat is simply for his friends. Even the parents of the boys know in their hearts the nature of the relationship, but will tell people that their son is working for the man. They, like everyone else, will know this is a lie.

"They say birds flew with both wings with the Taliban," Muhammad said. "But not any more."

Also, very recently a gay group holding a work shop with students as young as age 12, encouraged kids to experiment with homosexuality to gain sexual satisfaction. And no distinction was made between straights and gays. In other words STRAIGHT STUDENTS ARE BEING ENCOURAGES TO EXPERIMENT IN GAY SEX!!! Keep these bastards away from my son!!!

A video that encourages schoolchildren as young as 14 to experiment with gay sex has caused outrage among MPs and family campaigners. The film, now available in 180 schools, also asks pupils aged 14-16 to discuss whether a fictional 15-year-old boy - Michael - should have unprotected gay sex with his boyfriend.

The Department of Health faced furious calls last night to step in and block the teaching pack, which was paid for by Avon health authority using public money.

The pack - called Beyond a Phase: A Practical Guide to Challenging Homophobia in Schools - is being cited by campaigners as a prime example of why Labour should abandon plans to scrap section 28, the law that forbids the promotion of homosexuality in schools. The 14-minute film would be a clear breach of the law if health authorities were not exempted from section 28.

In it a young college student called Karl tells his audience of school pupils that to obtain sexual satisfaction they should "try experimenting with both boys and girls to see who you feel most comfortable with".

Valerie Riches, of the Family and Youth Campaign pressure group, said: "This puts concepts and activities into the minds of youngsters they would not normally think about."

Last night Liam Fox, the Conservative health spokesman, said few parents would want their children "exposed" to the film and said he would demand that the Department of Health investigate.

The video shows young people talking about "coming out" and their experiences of homosexual relationships and includes images of young gay couples kissing. At one point, pupils are asked: "Michael is 15 and his boyfriend wants him to have sex. He really wants to, but he is nervous. Michael knows he should use a condom, but doesn't know where to go for help. What should he do?"

The teaching pack plus video was produced last year by Health Promotion Services Avon in Bristol, which runs health and sex education programmes for the health authority. It cost about £9,000 to produce the £30 video.

Health Promotion Services Avon said: "The video and teachers pack promotes the values of tolerance and understanding and that everyone has a right to be accepted whatever their sexuality."

A spokesman for Avon health authority said: "We have reviewed Beyond a Phase and in our view it treats a difficult subject with great sensitivity. Local teachers consider it a valuable resource and we fully support its use in schools."

Pedophilia rampant in Europe. When the age of consent is lowered to 14, WHAT do you expect?

From Correspondent Bill Delaney

BERLIN (CNN) -- A profoundly disturbing child-sex case unfolding in Belgium has drawn the world's attention to the problem of child molestation.

In turn, that attention has increased interest in an upcoming international child exploitation conference to begin Tuesday in Stockholm, Sweden. Officials and journalists from 130 countries will attend the conference.

While the problem of pedophilia has so far been studied mostly in Asia, it is a growing problem in a number of European countries as well, including Germany.

CNN met with one German, an apparently mild-mannered, intelligent man in his mid-30s. He is a pedophile who throughout his adult life has had sexual relationships with boys as young as 11.

"Years ago, I had the illusion I could do something to stop it," he said. "Now I know it can't be stopped."

In Germany, sex with anyone under 14 is illegal. Nonetheless, experts say, pedophilia is on the increase, in part because as traditional male-female roles have broken down, more men seek relationships in which they are unquestionably in charge.

"Sexuality always has something to do with power," said sex counselor Christian Spoden. "The major difference between grown-ups and children is that children cannot give informed consent."

In Germany, as in most other places, pedophilia is handled mainly as a crime rather than an illness. Cutting down sex tourism, especially in Asian countries like Thailand, has become a new focus for law enforcement. Last year, more Germans than ever before were arrested for having sex with children outside of Germany.

The problem with the strategy of just arresting pedophiles, experts say, is that putting police pressure on sex offenders, whether in or out of Germany, doesn't change much.

In a society with so few taboos left, many pedophiles end up feeling that they are being victimized by society for having questionable sexual inclinations.

The German man CNN met says he considers pedophilia a curse that led to his suicide attempt in jail. At the same time, he firmly believes boys as young as eight years old want sex, and he says he has never forced a child to do anything.

His attitude is typical among pedophiles, experts say, and is evidence that Germany needs more programs to treat pedophilia, not punish it.

Some believe that Germany and other countries should also stop sending mixed signals to pedophiles -- for example, in Germany, magazines with photos of nude children are readily available on news stands.

Although publishers insist that the photos are simply a portrayal of innocent naturism, their detractors say that such publications promote the sexual abuse of children.

Do the children pictured know that they get published in such a magazine? we asked Spoden. "I very strongly believe they don't know that they are in this context, of this magazine, which is of course used pornographically," he said. "For pedophiles. We know that."

In Germany, it is difficult to define acceptable social values in a society that many say long ago lost its innocence.

More on fags abusing their positions of trust.

On April 28, 2001, the Fox television show "America's Most Wanted" featured a homosexual offender on-the-run who infiltrated the BBBSA.

Tim Brown, a "Big Brother" and 34-year-old homosexual pedophile, sexually molested his "Little Brother" – a 10-year-old boy the organization should have never placed with him.

In 1999, Brown became a volunteer mentor in the Salt Lake City Chapter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Utah. Even though Big Brothers Big Sisters was well aware of Brown's prior criminal record, the organization still allowed him and gave him full, unsupervised access to work with a boy in need of a positive, male role model.

Salt Lake County Sheriff's detectives say Brown betrayed the trust placed in him and used his status as a Big Brother to sexually abuse the little boy he was matched with. Charges: Aggravated sex abuse of a child, sodomy on a child, sexual exploitation of a minor, and dealing in harmful material to a minor.

Tim Brown was successfully apprehended by police four days later in Vancouver, Wash. – a direct result of the "America's Most Wanted" broadcast – their 665th capture overall.

Unfortunately, Brown's case is not out of the ordinary. Go on the Internet yourself and a do a search. In the short time I did, I was shocked at the numerous counts I found of homosexual molestation cases of Big Brothers and Big Sisters nationwide.

A 30-year-old man in Massachusetts, soccer coach and Big Brother: charged with three counts of homosexual molestation to minors – one being his "Little Brother" placed by the BBBSA.

The Police Department of Keene, N.H., did a three-year nationwide sting operation on child Internet pornography. Among those caught in their dragnet:

A college professor, age 49, from Pennsylvania – and a Big Brother. Also snagged: an advertising sales representative, age 30, from Tennessee – previously convicted as a sex offender – and a Big Brother.

Reporter: Robert Townsend, News 4

(KMOV) -- The president of a St. Louis gay and lesbian group has been charged with sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy. Rolf Rathmann, 37, is president of Pride St. Louis. Prosecutors say Rathmann is one of four men suspected of having sex with the same 14-year-old victim.

Rathmann is accused of having the sexual relationship with the boy over a five-month period. St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch says the acts took place at Blue Bird Park in Ellisville.

McCulloch says the young victim is the same boy 50-year-old William Sandefur is charged with sodomizing last year when the victim was 13 years old at that time. Prosecutors charged Sandefur Wednesday.

Rathmann is charged with eight counts of second-degree statutory sodomy. Prosecutors are seeking a warrant for his arrest.

Friday, McCulloch says his office will also seek charges against two more local men accused of sexually molesting the same boy.

Gays recruit lure heterosexual kids through bribe into compromising and vulnerable situations.

May 1999. City of Newton holds an official rally to campaign against the "hate" from Massachusetts News, which had informed the City that pedophiles would become more active because the American Psychological Association had published a study which said that sexual molestation can have a positive effect on children. The mayor and every important official was present at the rally.

November 1999. A gay organization offers $25, plus free dinner and subway tokens, to boys who will come to their headquarters in Boston and discuss homosexual sex and other issues. The boys are also invited to a free, three-day, lakeside, weekend retreat in New Hampshire with other "boys" up to 25-years-old who are "attracted to or have sex with other men." None of the politicians or media is interested in this story - even though the organization receives money from the state and works closely with the public schools.

March-April 2000. Channel 2 airs a program about a "romance" between a 29-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy which showed in graphic detail all of the nude scenes between them. It stated that the romance thrilled all of England and caused everyone to realize the "benefits" of sex between men and boys.

March 2000. The Fistgate conference gives graphic instruction to teenagers on the practice of homosexual sex. This was done in sessions which mingled youth from 12-years-old to 21-years-old. It was sponsored by the homosexual organization, GLSEN, and the Department of Education. Complaints were made to Gov. Cellucci and his staff, but they ignored it until some parents went to Massachusetts News which printed the story in May and shocked the state.  

May 2000. A Massachusetts judge, Allan van Gestel, attacks the parents who exposed what happened at Fistgate. He imposes an unconstitutional gag order against everyone, which he lifts after the national press ridicules him. But he leaves the order in place against the two parents who have no money or power. It is expected that their legal fees will be in excess of $200,000 as the result of the action of Judge van Gestel.

May 2000. An Editorial in the Boston Globe says that what was discussed at Fistgate were "the sorts of things teenagers ask every day." The Globe said this even though "fisting" was discussed in detail at the conference, as well as the following: "Do lesbians rub their clits together?" "Should you spit after you suck another boy or man?" "Is oral sex better with tongue rings?"  

July 6, 2000. The "At Home" section of the Boston Globe publishes an article which advised mothers to teach their children "the mechanics of sex," including homosexual sex, when their children are in fifth or sixth grade. They were told to expect 10- and 11-year-olds to ask, "What do gay men/lesbians do?" The parents were advised by the Globe to respond, "There are different ways people give each other pleasure, sometimes genital to genital, sometimes hand or mouth to genital."


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