Thursday, December 17, 2009

The day sex between men and boys is no longer offensive

The day sex between men and boys is no longer offensive

Brazilian movie seeks to shatter “taboo” of incest and homosexual sex among boys by presenting both behaviors as “love”

By Julio Severo
Two men hugging and kissing one another. What kind of scenario is this? It is a scenario that, for the audiences, is objectionable, but for the media, with its disproportionately high number of gays, is beautiful.
Nevertheless the massive systematic indoctrination from government and media, this scenario still offends the Brazilian audiences. The omnipresent state propaganda of the federal campaign Brazil without Homophobia did not still achieve the level of total change in the people’s mindset. Shock still persists.
To avoid shock, gay activists are forced to embellish at the utmost this scenario, by utilizing everything calling to mind innocence and purity: children, angels, Jesus, etc. Nothing is exempt from exploitation when it comes to the gay agenda and its advance.
That was exactly the strategy of the producers of the Brazilian movie “Do Começo Ao Fim” (From Beginning to End), which opens using the scenario of two boys to achieve its greater objective to shatter all barrier and resistance against incest and homosexual sex. Its producers warn, “If the intent is to smash a taboo or to provoke impact, this movie is certain to achieve its aim”. Its preview, with English subtitles, is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DVa2DKSnU0
From Beginning to End” seeks to convey the idea that 6, 7 or 8 year-old boys look for homosexual experiences. Homosexual groups as NAMBLA have preached for many years that boys have interest in homosexual sex. “From Beginning to End” comes to confirm this ambition.
Sooner or later, a filmmaker will come, similarly abusing free speech, to promote a movie about “love between a man and a boy”. In fact, everything is ready to smash this “taboo”. The most important homosexual leader in Brazil, Luiz Mott, has been accused of defending pedophilia. But he is not the only Brazilian homosexual to do this. Years ago, Denilson Lopes, a homosexual university professor in Brasilia, wrote and published the article “Amando Garotos: Pedofilia e a Intolerância Contemporânea” (Loving Boys: Pedophilia and the Contemporary Intolerance). He is the author of the book “O Homem que Amava Rapazes e Outros Ensaios” (A Man that Loved Boys and Other Essays).
I denounced publicly this defense of pedophilia, but federal prosecutors — who always answer the call from gay militants to take action against my blog — have never taken any measure against the article “Loving Boys”, demonstrating that a “taboo” is being smashed. The looming homosexual pedophilic threat proves its inseparability from the entrails of the homosexual movement.
Brazil, in its current phase of high homosexual indoctrination, will not stay forever only in “From Beginning to End” of homosexual sex between a boy and another boy. This movie is only a preparation for a more advanced phase, where another opportunistic filmmaker will launch another taboo-smasher. This will be the “Beginning of the End”. In that darker future, the presentation of homosexual sex between a boy and another boy will be passé subject. The fad will then be to present the normalcy of the homosexual sex between men and boys.
Yet, do you think that homosexual activists are foolish to show the End at the very Beginning? Eventually, they will talk plainly, but only in the End. However, until that time, with all taboos smashed, nobody will care if the fad then is to think that 6, 7 or 8 year-old boys look for “sexual love” from homosexual adults.
From Beginning to End” is one of the first seeds for the building of this new way to think.
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