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Let me emphasize that my posting of this video doesn’t mean I have a hate or dislike for Jews. Or that I believe all Jews  are innately, evil people.That’s absurd thinking and reasoning.


But I believe there is a small fringe element of very corrupt,greedy, evil and diabolical Jews that obviously wield an insane amount of wealth,power and influence.And I’m of the mindset that this needs to change if things are going to change for the better.


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In the space of just a few years, political correctness dictated that anyone who dared deviate from the rubric that individuals were whatever gender they called themselves (or had themselves surgically-altered to resemble) was “transphobic.”

This idea was based not off of science, which has been sorely lacking on the matter. Instead, it’s based off of a feeling — the feeling that if a man says they were really born a woman, damn the chromosomal evidence and call them a woman, or else we call you a bigot.

There’s a good reason why the cultural left doesn’t mention science when it comes to the transgender debate. That’s because it isn’t on their side.

In a 2016 piece for the Witherspoon Institute, one of the doctors who ran (and subsequently shut down) one of the pioneering sex-change surgery centers in America says that’s it’s an incontrovertible fact “transgendered men do not become women, nor do transgendered women become men.”


Dr. Paul R. McHugh is a Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University. He was also in charge of psychiatrist-in-chief at Johns Hopkins, which pioneered sex change operations from 1975 to 2001.


In 1979, he made the decision to halt operations after he saw what science had to say about those suffering from what we now call gender identity disorder — and it’s decidedly different than what the left would have you believe.


Jon Meyer, who headed up the university hospital’s Sexual Behaviors Consultation Unit, studied a small sample of patients who had undergone sex change surgery. According to the Baltimore Sun, he found that while the surgical procedure may be “subjectively satisfying” for patients, there was “no objective advantage in terms of social rehabilitation.”

“With these facts in hand,” McHugh wrote, “I concluded that Hopkins was fundamentally cooperating with a mental illness.”

Almost 40 years after he shut Johns Hopkins’ operation down, McHugh still believes that transgenderism is fundamentally an illness — and one that the media is enabling.


“The idea that one’s sex is fluid and a matter open to choice runs unquestioned through our culture and is reflected everywhere in the media, the theater, the classroom, and in many medical clinics,” McHugh wrote in the 2016 piece.


“It has taken on cult-like features: its own special lingo, internet chat rooms providing slick answers to new recruits, and clubs for easy access to dresses and styles supporting the sex change. It is doing much damage to families, adolescents, and children and should be confronted as an opinion without biological foundation wherever it emerges.”

Sadly, the medical field has been taken in by the fashion of the moment, according to McHugh, which he says has left him as a lonely voice of reason speaking truth to power.


“I am ever trying to be the boy among the bystanders who points to what’s real,” McHugh wrote. “I do so not only because truth matters, but also because overlooked amid the hoopla — enhanced now by Bruce Jenner’s celebrity and Annie Leibovitz’s photography — stand many victims.


“Think, for example, of the parents whom no one — not doctors, schools, nor even churches — will help to rescue their children from these strange notions of being transgendered and the problematic lives these notions herald.”


Unlike the champions of transgender causes in the media, McHugh has 40 years experience working with transgender individuals. He’s not only seen the studies, he’s seen patients firsthand. Which means, of course, he’s considered a bigot by the left.

A 2015 piece on McHugh by liberal online rag ThinkProgress was unsubtly titled “Meet The Doctor Social Conservatives Depend On To Justify Anti-Transgender Hate,” presumably by someone who has zero experience working with transgender individuals and has seen roughly zero patients suffering from gender identity disorder. Another piece from the folks at The Daily Beast identified McHugh as an “Anti-LGBT Doc.”


McHugh insists that he’s “not against transgender people,” merely that he’s “anxious they get the help they need.” But that’s the kind of attitude that doesn’t get you plaudits from MTV or courage awards.


That shouldn’t matter in the medical field — but alas, it does, including at the program which Dr. McHugh used to run. Thirty-eight years after McHugh made the decision to shut the sex-change surgery unit down, Johns Hopkins resumed a transgender health service with an accompanying surgical program.


On so many issues, we’ve come to a point where popular feeling can override scientific debate, or even established scientific facts. In this case, the danger isn’t just to a society where modishness is valued over facts. The biggest peril is upon those who are suffering from gender identity disorder, people who are being fed lies by a media and medical community whose sails are so rigged to be blown wherever the winds of public opinion may take them.




Sarah L. Myers, 41, will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life, authorities said.

Sarah L. Myers, 41, will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life, authorities said.  (Boone County, Ill., Sheriff’s Department)


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A former teacher and mother of five in Illinois was sentenced last week to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to having sex with a male high school student.

Sarah L. Myers, now 41, of Garden Prairie, Ill., was a special education teacher at a high school in Poplar Grove, Ill., but the teen was not a special education student, the Boone County Sheriff’s Department said, according to the Rockford Register Star.

Poplar Grove is in Boone County, about 78 miles west of Chicago.

According to the Star, county prosecutors said the boy reported in April that he had been having sex with Myers since November 2016. Myers’ guilty plea applies to two encounters in Boone County, but charges are pending on allegations of a third encounter in Champaign County, prosecutors said.

Myers received credit for 261 days spent in jail and will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life, First Assistant State’s Attorney Lise Lombardo said, adding that the former teacher will have to serve 85 percent of her sentence.







Police have uncovered a huge pedophile ring at Disney World, Florida, with over 35 employees arrested for alleged child rape offences. 

The Disney employees include people from management, a concierge, a tour guide, and a ticket seller.

Disney has downplayed the arrests, insisting that the theme park is so large that those arrested account for a just 0.01 percent of its overall workforce. reports: But Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said paedophiles have obvious reasons for wanting to work at the resort and wants compulsory ‘lie detector’ polygraph tests for staff to be made legal.


The toll of Disney workers arrested was revealed after a six-month investigation by CNN’s Kyra Phillips and Scott Zamost.

They tracked down many of the suspects still facing trial including 50-year-old Robert Kingsolver, who was employed as a ride repair worker by Disney when he was arrested in February.


He faces two charges of soliciting a child to commit a sex act after Lake County police say he tried to meet up with a 14-year-old girl.


Kingsolver – who has pleaded not guilty – told CNN he was trying to protect the girl from further harm, was not a predator and loved working at the resort.


‘To see the look on the childrens’ faces when they get to see Prince Charming or run in to Mickey, that was the best part, to see kids glow, seeing their heroes,’ he said.


‘They know how much I love them, all four of my kids, and they know their dad is not somebody who would go out and hurt a young child.’


Many more of those tracked down, however, were reluctant to appear on camera.

One of those arrested in Polk County Police’s latest crackdown was 26-year-old Zachary Spencer, a ticket supervisor at the Magic Kingdom.


‘Spencer initiated contact with an undercover detective via a social networking site’, police said in a statement last week.

‘The undercover detective told Spencer he was a 13-year-old boy. Spencer initiate sexually explicit messages to a person he thought was a 13-year-old boy, including mutual oral sex.


‘The suspect travelled to the undercover location and was arrested.’

He faces five separate charges, as does 40-year-old Allen Treaster, who worked as a concierge at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.


Police arrested Treaster two weeks ago on suspicion of sending explicit messages to an officer he thought was a 14-year-old boy.


‘He admitted to deputies that he travelled to meet a 14-year-old boy to see where things would lead to and was hoping for sex,’ police said.


‘He admitted to chatting about performing oral sex on the “boy.” Treaster said that it has always been a fantasy of his to have sex with a 14 year old boy.’


Police are also investigating an alleged confession by Treaster that he previously had sex with a 15-year-old boy in a Georgia motel.


The CNN investigation found far more child sex arrests at Disney than at Universal Studios, which had five, or SeaWorld, which had two.


One of those from Universal caught in the latest sting was 23-year-old Matthew Cody Myers – who told detectives he had previously worked in food service at Disney, and at Sea World.

‘Myers engaged in an online conversation with an undercover detective who identified herself as a 14-year-old girl’, police said.


‘He admitted to detectives that he solicited the conversation about sex and came to the residence with the mindset to have unprotected sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl.’

Another arrest was of 32-year-old Patrick Holgerson, a Disney employee accused of sending explicit photos to someone he thought was a 13-year-old boy and his uncle.


And 20-year-old Timothy Lucas, arrested two weeks ago, was accused of sending a photo of his penis to a detective he thought was a 13-year-old girl.

Lucas told officers Disney had fired him two weeks before his arrest for missing work.


Last month a former Disney employee was sentenced to six years’ jail after sheriffs accused him of watching child porn at work – while writing an Easter sermon for the church where he was a pastor.

Cedric Eugene Cuthbert, 50, was fired by Disney after his crimes were exposed.


In all, the 35 Disney suspects since 2006 named by CNN are charges with various offences ranging mostly from child pornography and soliciting sex to sexual activity.

CNN said of all 42 theme park workers it examined, 32 had been convicted, eight had pleaded not guilty and two had not yet entered pleas.


The age of consent in Florida is 18.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd has dismissed claims that his aggressive stings amount to entrapment.

He wants to be able to give compulsory ‘lie detector’ tests to anyone who works around children – including in a church or a nursery – to check they are not a paedophile.


‘Why do people work at Disney?’ he told CNN.

‘Well, they work at Disney because they want a good, stable job for a great company, but there is always a few that are there because they can see children. They can live in a child’s world.’

However, there are concerns around the use of polygraph machines to see if someone is telling the truth – both from civil liberties groups and experts who doubt their accuracy.










The London theater launched an investigation into Spacey last month after claims of sexual harassment emerged in the United States. Spacey, 58, led the Old Vic between 2004 and 2015. The Old Vic said it had received 20 allegations of “a range of inappropriate behavior,” from actions that made people feel uncomfortable to “sexually inappropriate” touching.


All the alleged victims are young men, none under 18 years old. The reported incidents took place between 1995 and 2013, many of them at the Old Vic, and all but four of the alleged victims are former staff of the theater.


In all but one case, the complainants say they didn’t report them at the time. One man says he reported an incident to his manager, who didn’t act on the information. The Old Vic said it had encouraged 14 of the complainants to go to police, but couldn’t confirm whether any had done so.


The theater said Spacey’s “star power” contributed to an atmosphere in which staff “didn’t feel confident that the Old Vic would take those allegations seriously, given who he was.” “During his tenure, The Old Vic was in a unique position of having a Hollywood star at the helm around whom existed a cult of personality,” the theater said in a statement. “The investigation found that his stardom and status at The Old Vic may have prevented people, and in particular junior staff or young actors, from feeling that they could speak up or raise a hand for help.”

A two-time Academy Award winner, Spacey is one of the biggest names to lose work and standing in Hollywood since The New York Times and The New Yorker detailed sexual harassment and abuse allegations against film mogul Harvey Weinstein earlier this year. The reports sparked a wave of abuse and harassment allegations to surface across the industry.

Spacey has been fired from the Netflix TV series “House of Cards,” was dropped by his talent agency and publicist and is being cut out of Ridley Scott’s finished film “All the Money in the World,” replaced by Christopher Plummer.


The Old Vic appointed law firm Lewis Silkin to investigate in late October, as reports and rumors circulated about Spacey’s behavior while he was at the helm of the 200-year-old theater company. Richard Miskella, a partner at Lewis Silkin who led the investigation, said the firm invited Spacey to participate in its inquiries “and he didn’t respond.”


The Old Vic has faced criticism for failing to act on what some claim were widespread rumors about Spacey’s behavior. But Miskella said he found no evidence that suspicion about wrongdoing was common. He said the company’s board of trustees was “completely shocked” by the allegations.


“There wasn’t widespread knowledge of this,” Miskella said. “Pockets of the business knew, and it didn’t get escalated.” The Old Vic promised to improve, and said it would appoint “guardians” whom staff could contact with concerns.


Executive director Kate Varah said this was “a really dismaying time” for the theater. “The Old Vic does apologize for what is alleged to have happened,” she said. “We have not slept since this came out.”

Danica Kirka contributed to this story.


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Monday, Corey Feldman appeared on the Dr. Oz show where he was presented with a photo of a man who Dr. Oz said matched some of the previous statements Feldman had made about one of his abusers. Feldman confirmed he recognized the man at which point Dr. Oz named him: Alphy Hoffman, son of a leading casting director in Hollywood. Fox News reports:


Hoffman was the owner of an underage club that was popular among Hollywood’s top teen stars ─ including Drew Barrymore, Ricky Schroder and Alyssa Milano ─ from 1986 to 1989. The establishment was sponsored by New York Seltzer Company, and Corey Feldman and his pal Corey Haim were frequently photographed there…


“When you got an invite to go to Bobby Hoffman’s private party — this was a very big thing. And the fact that his son was coming to pick me up himself, was also a very big thing, and my mom ushered me into the car and said ‘go have fun’.”…


“One night I was over there and we were watching a movie and I passed out while I was watching the movie, and when I woke up there was a porn on again. And I was like ‘Man, I’m really tired.’… I remember I could barely walk. I don’t know what I was given at that time, but I know that I was really out of it. And we went to the bedroom, and I was kind of passing in and out of it, and then it was like he started doing the same things to me that Jon [Grissom] had done… I kind of woke up in the middle of it, and I freaked out… I kind of threw him off me and I ran home.”


Fox News notes that social media accounts belonging to Alphy Hoffman were deleted sometime in the past 24-hours after Feldman named him as one of his abusers. In an interview published by Vice in 2012, Feldman’s friend Corey Haim talked about Alphy Hoffman. Haim was not a fan:


What was your personal relationship like with Alphy? 

I don’t think he was a good person at all. I think he just got very lucky that he got us to go and do these parties. It became a big fad for a while. It just happened to be called Alphy’s Soda Pop Club. It was like going to Jerry’s Famous Deli. It was the same kind of thing. But as far as Alphy goes, well, I’m not going to say it now, because people do change. I went through my time, too. I lost complete respect for Alphy Hoffman. Alphy sucks! Point-fucking-blank.


Feldman told Dr. Oz that Alphy Hoffman was one of the people he had named when he took his story to the LAPD. However, as mentioned above, all of this happened in the late 1980s. So, as anticipated, the LAPD announced last week that it was closing the investigation because all of the incidents happened well-outside Calfornia’s 10-year statute of limitation for such crimes. From the LA Times:


A statement issued by the LAPD on Thursday said the occurrence Feldman reported was too old to be prosecuted.

“Los Angeles Police Department detectives are committed to protecting victims of sexual assault and will thoroughly investigate any report of a sex-related crime,” the statement said. “In the case of Corey Feldman, unfortunately, according to California law, the alleged occurrence is out of statute and robbery-homicide detectives have no other avenues to pursue this case.”


There isn’t going to be any justice for the men who abused Feldman and Haim. They may be ashamed to show their faces but they won’t ever go to jail. Here’s Feldman on the Dr. Oz show yesterday naming Alphy Hoffman:





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