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The Left Is Trying To Normalize Pedophiles And Call You A Bigot For Objecting



You already know this, but it’s still breathtaking to see just how wide open it is. This showed up on Twitter today…

Elijah Schaffer is exactly right that they’re absolutely triggered by the use of the term “groomer” to describe people who are trying to sexualize little kids.

Just ask James Lindsey, the gonzo activist who helped popularize the meme, “OK, groomer” to shame these people who attempt to turn pedophiles into the next civil rights icons. He got himself banned from Twitter for his trouble, and leftists like The Daily Beast’s snowflake opinion editor Anthony Fisher cheerleaded the ban because Lindsey wasn’t kind enough to the pedophiles for Fisher’s taste.

But the woman in this Twitter video presents herself as a professional and an expert, and she’s pushing criminal behavior with real, live victims as an alternative lifestyle. And slandering, in a faux-therapeutic tone, those who would defend thousands of years of civilizational evolution away from the barbarism of pedophilia as bigots.

Don’t forget that the Marxist Left has a deep affinity for pedophilia. One of the cultural Marxist crowd’s all-time favorite “thinkers” was the French degenerate Michel Foucault, who was an open pedophile who turned little boys in North Africa into whores for his perverted pleasure…

The philosopher Michel Foucault, a beacon of today’s “woke” ideology, has become the latest prominent French figure to face a retrospective reckoning for sexually abusing children.

A fellow intellectual, Guy Sorman, has unleashed a storm among Parisian “intellos” with his claim that Foucault, who died in 1984 aged 57, was a paedophile rapist who had sex with Arab children while living in Tunisia in the late 1960s.

Sorman, 77, said he had visited Foucault with a group of friends on an Easter holiday trip to the village of Sidi Bou Said, near Tunis, where the philosopher was living in 1969. “Young children were running after Foucault saying ‘what about me? take me, take me’,” he recalled last week in an interview with The Sunday Times.

“They were eight, nine, ten years old, he was throwing money at them and would say ‘let’s meet at 10pm at the usual place’.” This, it turned out, was the local cemetery: “He would make love there on the gravestones with young boys. The question of consent wasn’t even raised.”

Sorman claimed that “Foucault would not have dared to do it in France”, comparing him to Paul Gauguin, the impressionist said to have had sex with young girls he painted in Tahiti, and Andre Gide, the novelist who preyed on boys in Africa. “There is a colonial dimension to this. A white imperialism.”

Sorman says he regrets not having reported Foucault to police at the time or denounced him in the press, calling his behaviour “ignoble” and “extremely morally ugly”.

But, he added, the French media already knew about Foucault’s behaviour. “There were journalists present on that trip, there were many witnesses, but nobody did stories like that in those days. Foucault was the philosopher king. He’s like our god in France.”

And Foucault’s writings are massively influential in the modern social sciences and grievance studies.

Foucault’s influence is everywhere. He is a psychopathic antichrist figure to the religiously-minded, as the ilk of Aleister Crowley. To the Academy, he is a philosophical genius who fathered the LGBT and gender movements.

His major works included:

  • Madness and Civilization (1961)
  • The Birth of the Clinic (1963)
  • The Order of Things (1966)
  • The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969)
  • Discipline and Punish (1975)
  • History of Sexuality (1976)

Foucault’s essential thesis was power (“subjectivation”). Power, power, and then more power. Everything was about power. Institutions control us through their power over knowledge and language; power can be used to define knowledge. What we know is determined by the powerful.

Hence the axiom, knowledge = power.

At least two generations of academics worship him as a god-like figure. Thousands of journal papers mention the words, “Following Foucault….”.

“Madness and Civilisation” looked at how we view insanity. His “Birth of the Clinic” detailed hospitals and psychiatry. “Discipline and Punish” is a critique of the prison system. “Archaeology of Knowledge” discusses how what we say and think is an “imprisonment”, and finally, “History of Sexuality” outlines his ideas on how “alternative sexual expression” outside of familial marriage allegedly developed.

(More: https://theconversation.com/explainer-the-ideas-of-foucault-99758)

Put simply, Foucault’s ideas are the intellectual framework of the Liberationism crusade.

Every weirdo, every nutjob academic, every outlier, every criminal, every degenerate, has the roots of their intellectual justifications found in this deeply evil man’s brain.

It’s all connected. It’s why these things always start with the college-educated social science experts.

The whole enterprise is deeply corrupt. And it must be burned down to the ground and rebuilt. People like the loon in the video above should never be credentialed by a state licensing agency – either that, or there should be no licenses at all.