Scapegoating Sexual Desire for Children

ALEX JONES (HOST): Chances are, if you’re looking at five
Catholic priests, two or three of them are pedophiles now.

And again, it’s other major institutions: It’s public schools,
it’s colleges, it’s Protestant groups, it’s the liberals, the left.

If I criticize the LGBTP community — I add
the pedophile thing on the end because now
NABLA [North American Man/Boy Love Association]
is a part of that and they promote it.

I’m now anti-gay if I say, “Don’t have access to kids.
Don’t sexualize kids.” I don’t care if it’s
heterosexual, homosexual, don’t go into schools
and talk about sex with kids when they’re five years old.

Clearly there’s an obsession in this global
cult with children. Who runs it? Who is it?

erotic angels

There is a class of people in America today, numbering
two million or more, who have been utterly scapegoated,
ostracized, demonized and shunned.

The key ingredients of this scapegoating
campaign are of course sex and children.

In some circles, the term pedophile is now
used to put down any older person who has
an affair or shows interest in younger people.
35-year-olds, for instance, who “prey on” 20-year olds.

By the early 2000s, pedophile had morphed into the broader
term sex offender with even mainstream media free to refer
to the feared and hated class as ‘pervs, and and ‘deviants’.

The obsession with pedophiles comes from
the reluctance to confront incest and the rampant
sexualization of children in American culture.

Adults project the eroticized desire outwards, creating
a monster to hate, hunt down and destroy.

The ‘victims’ of the evil perpetrators must also
be protected and projected as the spotless mirror
image of their violators.

Their purity and innocence must always be
asserted despite post-Freudian analysis of
sexuality in children.

Anything portraying the physical beauty or
erotic aspects of their lives must be banned.