London police join forces with pedophilia proponent

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People I know keep telling me that I am an alarmist when I argue that the powers that be are aiming to normalize the sexualization of children and, in fact, pedophilia.


The idea is so horrific that it must be a conspiracy theory. Isn’t Q-Anon all about a conspiracy theory along these lines? Why do I want to put myself in the same category as the Q-Anon folks?

Now I am not terribly familiar with Q-Anon, and what little I know sounds nutty to me. Among other things, the Elite don’t need to hide their transactions in a pizza shop or anything so secretive–they are pretty open about their inclination to sexualize children, and until recently flew together to an island on a jet called the “Lolita Express” to have their fun.

We know that–not who, exactly, partook, because nobody will tell us–because Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell went to jail for it. Their clients–whoever they are–were the rich and famous.

So no, this isn’t Q-Anon or a conspiracy theory. We see it every day in the sexualization of children in schools and know that a large group of our elite is at the very least just fine with it. Look at the list of people who defend Roman Polanski and think he is being unfairly targeted just for the minor peccadillo of drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl. Pretty much every celebrity stood up for him.

More evidence popped up in my timeline on Twitter in the form of a story about the London Police teaming up with an open promoter of pedophilia.


There is no direct allegation that Peter Tatchell is himself a pedophile, and he is not “teaming up” with the police to track down or do outreach to pedophiles to stop offenders from raping children.

No, he is teaming up with the police to do “outreach” to the LGBTQ+ community to ensure they feel welcomed by the police.

London’s Metropolitan Police have announced that they are partnering with LGBT activist Peter Tatchell and his organization, the Peter Tatchell Foundation, in an effort to provide LGBT+ Community Liaison Officers to citizens interacting with the police service. The move has prompted concern on social media with critics pointing to Tatchell’s extensive history of pedophile apologism, noting that he has previously advocated for lowering the legal age of consent.

On Monday, the Metropolitan Police posted a video featuring Tatchell to their Twitter account wherein it is stated that Tatchell will work with law enforcement to “build trust and confidence” in order to “encourage more LGBT+ people to come forward to report hate crimes, domestic violence and sexual assaults.”

So Tatchell is being presented as a trusted voice in the alphabet community, and about that, I cannot speak authoritatively. London is a long way away, and I have no direct or even incidental experience with their social circles.

But if so, they have chosen a rather questionable character to be their representative, and in my experience, the people identified as representing a community are usually grifters who simply appropriate the title of “community activist.”


So who, exactly is Mr. Tatchell? Or rather, what point of view does he represent?

In 1986, Tatchell contributed to a chapter of a book compiled by Warren Middleton, former vice-chairman of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), entitled “Radical perspectives on Childhood Sexuality, Intergenerational Sex, and the Social Oppression of Children and Young People”. PIE, which for a decade advocated for adult-minor sexual relationships to be decriminalized and called for abolishing the age of consent, was disbanded in 1984, and several prominent members were arrested for child sexual abuse offenses.

In Tatchell’s chapter of the book, he argued that laws criminalizing adults for sexually abusing children do more harm than the abuse itself. Other chapters in the book covered child pornography and prostitution, incest and “how to make paedophilia more acceptable.” He later tried to distance himself from this book by claiming he was “conned” into contributing. However, at the time, Tatchell praised the book in a review he penned for The Communist Party of Great Britain.

In the review, Tatchell wrote, “Society would remove a lot of fear, anxiety and depression if, instead of repressing children’s sexuality, it acknowledged the fact that many children have sexual desires at an early age and accordingly educated children, so they are able to make free, informed and responsible decisions about when and with whom they have sex.


Tatchell wasn’t conned into contributing to this book advocating pedophilia, because he has consistently maintained that sex between adults and children can be a good and healthy thing, as long as it isn’t exploitative.

Of course, it is always exploitative, for the simple reason that children can’t understand the consequences of what they are doing, in the same way, we prevent children from smoking or doing other potentially harmful things. They simply don’t have the rational capacity to make these kinds of decisions.

In the interview titled “I’m 14, I’m gay & I want a boyfriend”, Tatchell asked the 14 year-old, Lee, what he thought about child sexual abusers. He responded, “It depends on what kind of pedophiles…Those who have sex with little kids should be strung up by the bollocks. The pedophiles I knew always asked me if I wanted sex. They didn’t pressure me. If you consent to having sex with a pedophile, it’s fine. If you don’t, it’s not.”

In the interview the boy describes how he was the victim of child prostitution beginning from the age of 12 while he was in the care system. “It was mostly me just wanking them off. I stopped about a year and half ago. When I was doing it, I felt sick. I didn’t enjoy it. I was only doing it for the money to buy drugs – mostly speed, acid and cannabis,” Lee recalled in his interview.

Tatchell also stated that the 14 year-old child prefers relationships with older men. “I don’t get on with people my own age,” the teenager said in the interview. “They’re too immature. I like men in their 20s or early 30s. They are more experienced and serious. With them, you can get into a closer relationship than with a teenager.”


Tatchell’s advocacy for the LGBT+ community often centered on expanding rights for pedophiles, although he framed his arguments not in terms of liberating the older gentlemen who wanted to have sex with children, but rather as recognizing the rights of children to have sex with older men.

That is a much more attractive set of arguments: “Liberate children!” But it amounts to the same thing.

Tatchell has also been connected to other individuals who were openly involved in pedophile rights groups. In 1998, he wrote a glowing obituary for Ian Dunn, describing him as a “pioneer for lesbian and gay human rights”. Dunn was one of the founding members of the pedophile rights group known as the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE).

PIE was formed in 1974 and used similar arguments as those made by Tatchell to normalize pedophilia by presenting the issue as a matter of children’s rights to have “consensual” sex while arguing that age of consent laws restricted children’s freedom. In reality, PIE was an insidious lobby group consisting of open pedophiles and child abusers who were campaigning for adults to be legally allowed to sexually abuse children under the guise of sexual liberation. According to the 1983 book The Child-Lovers – a study of paedophiles in society, PIE surveyed its members in 1978 and found that they were most sexually interested in girls aged 8 to 11 and boys aged 11 to 15 years old.

“They didn’t emphasize that this was 50-year-old men wanting to have sex with five-year-olds. They presented it as the sexual liberation of children, that children should have the right to sex,” journalist Christian Wolmar told The BBC about PIE in 2014.


In my experience, finding somebody in the gay and lesbian community who can build trust between the police and LGB people shouldn’t be that hard, and one need not scrape the bottom of the barrel and partner up with an advocate for pedophilia to do the job.

So why did they? Why choose a pedophile rights advocates for a job that represents law enforcement to the community?

As I said, it’s not a conspiracy in the sense of being deeply hidden, but rather a growing consensus among the elite class that all people are sexual and should be sexually aware and active, regardless of age. If you listen to the alphabet activists, they don’t only say that gender identities form during babyhood, but sexuality as well. Alfred Kinsey documented the “orgasms” of infants, and John Money studied young boys (brothers!)  having sexual relations at his suggestion.

It’s just a fact that pedophilia is being normalized, and it’s not even a hidden agenda. It is just so repulsive that people don’t believe it even when they see it.

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