LGBTTTIQism : creeping moral nihilism and sexual anarchy or “dunce, diseased and depraved”.

” fools rush in where wise men never go”

The proponents  of  LGBTTTIQism  have enlisted  the help  of  their poster-boy  and  puppet ,  the president  of  the United States Barak  Obama  ,  to sell  LGBTTTIQism  to Jamaica  and  the Caribbean as  a “human rights” issue.  Of  course  the “human rights”  being  spoken of  are really  “sexual rights” – a concept created by LGBTTTIQist  activists .

The  political ideology  of  LGBTTTIQism is  seeking  to make moral nihilism  and  sexual anarchy the new social  norms. The  fascist  supporters  of  this  ideology  are aggressively silencing opponents  in the  UK  and  USA.

The irony  and  folly of  the LGBTTTIQism political  agenda  is that  even as  they pursue  this illogical path nature  continues  to show  that  LGBTTTIQ  activists calling  abnormal normal does  not  in fact  remove  the  consequences of  abnormality .  

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http://www.aidsmap.com/London-gay-men-2-of-the-population-a-quarter-of-the-sexually-transmitted-infections-and-half-of-HIV-infections/page/2908526/

London gay men: 2% of the population, a quarter of the sexually transmitted infections and half of HIV infections
Public Health England urge more action to improve the sexual health of men who have sex with men in London

Roger Pebody
Published: 24 September 2014
Men who have sex with men (MSM) living in London have particularly poor sexual health and this is worsening, Public Health England warn in a report published yesterday. The report calls on commissioners and providers of sexual health services to focus on the needs of this group: “Improving sexual health in MSM should be made the highest sexual health priority in London,” they recommend.

The report is published against a backdrop of highly variable funding for sexual health and HIV prevention in London, with some London boroughs investing very little.

Based on a recent large, household survey, 3.8% of adult male Londoners are gay or bisexual (higher than the 2.4% in other parts of the country). Gay and bisexual men therefore make up less than 2% of the adult population in London.

Nonetheless, MSM constituted 24% of all London residents diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) last year. The proportion was even higher for gonorrhoea (65%) and syphilis (84%), and the number of these diagnoses is increasing, although this is partly due to improvements in testing technologies. In recent years, outbreaks of lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV), shigella and sexually transmitted hepatitis C have occurred almost exclusively in gay men and have been concentrated in certain London boroughs.

Similarly, 51% of new HIV diagnoses in London are in men who have sex with men. There were 1451 diagnoses amongst MSM in London in 2012, which represents a 28% increase compared to 2003.

Whereas it’s estimated that across the United Kingdom 1-in-34 gay men are living with HIV, the comparable figure for London gay men is 1-in-12.

The HIV-positive population is not evenly spread across the capital, reflecting to a great extent the areas in which gay men choose to live – and the priority areas for HIV prevention. The boroughs with the largest populations are Lambeth (2220 men, 14% of London MSM living with HIV), Southwark (1450 men, 9%), Westminster (1060 men, 7%), Camden (1000 men, 6%), Islington (940 men, 6%) and Tower Hamlets (870 men, 6%).

Several other boroughs have more than 500 MSM living with HIV: Kensington & Chelsea, Wandsworth, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hackney, Lewisham and Haringey.

In boroughs that are further from central London than this, somewhat fewer gay men are living with HIV, although almost all have a high overall prevalence of HIV infection.

Whereas the population of gay men living with HIV in London is progressively getting older – the largest age group is men in their forties – the average age at which men are diagnosed is dropping. The peak age at diagnosis has fallen from 30-34 years a decade ago to 25-29 years in recent years.

Moreover, 60% of London MSM newly diagnosed with HIV were born abroad, a proportion that has risen in recent years. A quarter of newly diagnosed men were born in other European countries (especially Spain, Italy and France) and a third were born elsewhere in the world (especially Brazil, United States and Australia).

“The factors behind the worsening of sexual health in MSM are complex and represent a challenge to tackle,” say Public Health England. They review the available evidence on a number of issues:

Partnership patterns: a significant minority of gay men have large numbers of sexual partners, including concurrent or overlapping sexual partnerships.
Unprotected anal intercourse: reported by around half of men who have sex with men.
Serosorting and other seroadaptive behaviour: the data suggest that significant numbers of HIV-positive men do not use condoms when having sex with other HIV-positive men, contributing to the very high rates of STIs in men living with HIV. The data on HIV-negative men are less clear, but the authors believe that they should be told that serosorting is unsafe as partners may not have tested recently and could have undiagnosed HIV infection.
Recreational drug use: rates of drug use are relatively high in London gay men and demand for specialist drug services has increased. While drug use during sex may be associated with risk taking, there are large gaps in the evidence.
Engagement with sexual health services: access to services is good although few men take an HIV test often enough. Most men have received information from HIV prevention programmes.
Public Health England do not identify any magic bullets to deal with these issues. The ongoing risk behaviour in men who engage with health services shows that behaviour change is difficult to bring about in this population, they say; behavioural interventions are unlikely to be sufficient to improve Londoner’s sexual health.

“Tackling this is complex and challenging and a holistic life-course approach is needed,” they argue – pointing to the approach that will frame PHE’s strategy for improving the health of men who have sex with men.

In the meantime, they recommend a continued emphasis on expanding opportunities to test for HIV and increasing the frequency with which men test. Condoms should also to be provided “at scale”, backed up with strong communications.

Online interventions should be considered and evaluated, given their low cost and men’s use of the internet to find sexual partners. Work should also be done with sex-on-premises venues to help them provide a healthier environment (hygiene, lighting, access to condoms, staff training, access for outreach workers, etc.). Drug and alcohol services need to be able to meet the needs of gay men, and sexual health services should be able to offer harm reduction advice.

However, a discussion of the potential of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is notable by its absence.

Reference

Public Health England. HIV and STIs in men who have sex with men in London, 2014.

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The piper, having been paid, came to Jamaica to play as instructed

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Removal of  buggery laws  is neither necessary nor  sufficient  to decrease HIV among  MSM.  Removal  of  buggery  laws   is, however,   an essential  first  step  in achieving  the  objective  of  those  who  support   LGBTTTIQism i.e  constructing  a  society  the norms  of  which are  moral  nihilism (nothing  is  right or wrong) and  sexual  anarchy (everything is  permissible).

Chairman of  the Jamaica  Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS), Dr. Wayne West ,  discusses  President Obama’s  role   in   LGBTTTIQism  on Nationwide Radio  90FM  below.

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Terry  Bean  and   President Obama

Obama using power to make homosexuality normal

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Terry Bean charged

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/23/politics/terry-bean-sex-abuse-charges/

Terry Bean

A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male.

Terrence Bean, 66, a major Democratic donor and a celebrated gay-rights activist, was indicted on two felony charges of sodomy and a misdemeanor count of sexual abuse by a grand jury and arrested in Oregon Wednesday, according to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau. Bean was released later that day on bail, pending a court hearing.

Kiah Lawson, a 25-year-old identified by multiple news outlets as Bean’s ex-boyfriend, was arrested on Thursday on related charges, Portland Police confirmed. He’s also been released from jail, and pleaded not guilty on Friday, according to The Oregonian newspaper.

The charges relate to an alleged encounter the two had with a 15-year-old boy in Oregon last year, The Oregonian reported. Bean’s attorney has denied the charges and said in a statement that Bean is the “victim of an extortion ring.” CNN is not naming the alleged victim because the network does not identify minors or victims of sexual assaults.

According to a release from the Portland Police Bureau, its Sex Crimes Unit detectives are investigating the case.

Obama: A “great friend and supporter”

Bean, a real-estate developer and co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund and the Human Rights Campaign, is a powerful figure in Democratic politics.

The Oregonian reported that he helped raise more than half a million dollars for Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, and Federal Election Commission records show he’s contributed thousands to Democrats, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others.

Obama’s LGBT campaign contributors

Photos posted online show him with the Obamas, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and aboard Air Force One with the President.

In remarks at a 2009 Human Rights Campaign dinner, President Obama thanked Bean, calling him a “great friend and supporter.”

Human Rights Campaign spokesman Fred Sainz told CNN on Saturday that Bean took a leave of absence from the organization the day of the arrest “until his issues are resolved.”

“Terry Bean has taken a voluntary leave of absence from the HRC board until his issues are resolved. Bean is just one of 80 board members, none of whom have daily oversight or responsibility for any of our programs,” Sainz said. He said the HRC “does tremendous work to make America a more just and equal nation” and called that work “vital and is bigger than any one individual.”

The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund declined to comment on the development, but Bean has no current involvement with the organization besides contributing funds to its operations.

Attorney: Bean is the victim of an extortion ring

Bean’s attorney, Kristen Winemiller, said the allegations against him should not be taken at “face value.”

“Over the course of several months in 2013-2014 Terry was the victim of an extortion ring led by several men known to law enforcement,” Winemiller said. “This current arrest is connected to the ongoing investigation of that case in which Mr. Bean has fully cooperated.”

Lawson’s attorney could not immediately be reached for comment.

Lawson’s former attorney told The Oregonian that Lawson stumbled upon a camera Bean used to secretly record sexual encounters with him and other men, and took screenshots of some of the images, hoping to secure money from Bean in exchange for their return.

While Lawson’s attorney characterized the money as “damages,” Bean alleged extortion, and took his concerns to the district attorney.

The investigation was eventually taken up by the Portland Police Department due to a conflict of interest with the DA and Lawson’s former attorney, and that investigation led to Bean’s indictment and arrest.

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In Gaystapoland only fascists get to have an opinion

http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/london-gay-cure-convention-cancelled-after-thousands-protest140415

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London ‘gay cure’ convention cancelled after thousands protest

Over 30,000 people called for visas to be denied to the ‘gay cure’ preachers invited to speak at the summit
14 APRIL 2015 | BY JOE MORGAN

A ‘gay cure’ convention scheduled to take place in London later this month is now cancelled.

Thousands protested over the Holy Sexuality Conference that was scheduled from 21-25 April, with three of the biggest ‘ex-gay’ advocates invited to come and preach dangerous ‘therapies’.

Mike Carducci, Wayne Blakely and Danielle Harrison of the Coming Out Ministries were invited to speak by the Seventh Day Adventist Church, a conservative Christian organization.

Gay people had been specifically invited in order for them to ‘overcome their sexual habits’.

But now, after a GSN report and a Change.org petition that attracted over 33,000 signatures, the Church has cancelled the event.

The organizers said in a statement that they now realise the conference ‘had the potential to divide’.

‘The Adventist Church recognizes that the individuals invited to speak at the Holy Sexuality Conference have compelling life stories to share but equally appreciate that there are those who take a different point of view,’ they said.

‘We are disappointed that in a society that values freedom of speech and divergence of opinion that there are those whose wish it is to silence individuals who hold a different point of view to their own.’

When GSN spoke to one of the organizers last week, they said they believe these ex-gay advocates are capable of ‘miracles’.

The World Health Organization considers ‘gay cure’ therapy to be damaging to a person’s physical and mental wellbeing and says it should not be attempted by anyone.

And Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said: ‘If anything needs curing, it is the outdated belief that being gay is wrong or something to be ashamed of. Sexuality is not an illness but an inherent part of who you are.’

– See more at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/london-gay-cure-convention-cancelled-after-thousands-protest140415#sthash.1WbfnVs5.dpuf

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Maurice Tomlinson misrepresents my position on his face book page and Blog 76Crimes

Please  be  aware  that LGBT activist Maurice Tomlinson has  misrepresented  my views  on the buggery law  on his  facebook page  and  on a  blog 76 Crimes.

Maurice's False claim

I  was unable  to  respond  to his  false  statements on his  facebook page  but made the following  comments  on the facebook  group  “REAL CHANGE FOR JAMAICA – DISCUSSION  FORUM”

(1) REAL CHANGE FOR JAMAICA- DISCUSSION FORUM (RCFJ)

https://www.facebook.com/groups/RealChangeForJamaica/

Wayne West : For the record the quote above ascribed to me is untrue. My position re the buggery law and HIV among Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) is that ” the law is neither necessary nor sufficient to reduce HIV among MSM”. Change in behaviour is what is required. Buggery does not cause one to be infected with HIV but there is a high statistical correlation between the practise of buggery by MSM and the risk of HIV infection . There is a difference between cause and association. Public policy is informed not only by cause but also by statistical association. I believe that the buggery law should be retained because the law is also a teacher and decriminalising buggery or repealing the law sends the wrong message . Removing the law indicates that the society accepts creeping moral nihilism and sexual anarchy as its norms . Also the presence of the buggery helps to define the type of society the country wishes to have. Countries which have removed their buggery laws are indicating that for them creeping moral nihilism and sexual anarchy are now their norms for behaviour

Wayne West For the record : It was brought to my attention that this false claim was posted on both the blog 76Crimes and Maurice Tomlinson’s facebook page but it was not possible to rebutt this misrepresentation on either of these sites

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http://76crimes.com/2015/04/13/jamaican-doctor-says-criminalizing-lgbti-helps-them/

Jamaican doctor: homosexuality “inherently infectious”
Posted on April 13, 2015 by Maurice Tomlinson

The fundamentalist Christian group, Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS), is one of the island’s most strident campaigners against LGBTI human rights. The organization’s Chairman and most outspoken representative, is Dr. Wayne West, a medical doctor and Senior Lecturer in radiology at the University of the West Indies, Mona campus.

West regularly uses his medical credentials to make largely unfounded allegations about the link between homosexuality and HIV. For example, in his sworn affidavit in the aborted case challenging Jamaica’s anti-sodomy law, West claimed that homosexuality is “inherently infectious” and would lead to HIV.

When I publicly challenged him on this blatant fallacy (among other things, non-infectious gay men cannot transmit HIV to each other) West admitted his error and amended his affidavit. However, he was only willing to concede what the science has already declared, namely, men who have sex with men (MSM) are overwhelmingly vulnerable to HIV. What West failed to acknowledge is what the HIV community has also known for some time, which is that homophobia, supported by anti-gay laws, contribute to the vulnerability of MSM by driving them away from effective anti-HIV interventions.

Regrettably, and despite being publicly chastened for his reckless and unscientific statements, West still persists in peddling illogical arguments that are a discredit to his profession and the noble institution that he serves.

His latest foray into falsehood was at a recent demonstration against President Obama’s visit to Jamaica. This event, and West’s response to it, showed a decided lack of logic.

Speaking to the Jamaican press about the anti-Obama protest, West claimed that if our Prime Minister kept her 2011 election promise to review the 1864 British colonially imposed anti-sodomy law, then she would somehow be submitting to US pressure(!) What nonsense. Regular Jamaicans have long called on our PM to keep her word. In fact, two op-eds published in the Jamaican newspapers in the past two days have made this point.

West, also alleged (again) that the archaic anti-gay statute is necessary to prevent HIV among MSM. As stated above, this myth has been scientifically debunked, as even with the law, Jamaica still has the highest HIV prevalence rate among MSM in the western hemisphere, if not the world (33%). Clearly the law does not work.

He then made another spurious claim that criminalizing people will help them to make better health choices. In his words: “Now, if 64 per cent of persons were going to get diabetes, the Ministry of Health would say ‘No, stop what you are doing and rethink.”

As a medical doctor, West knows that over-consumption of food contributes to diabetes. Is he therefore suggesting that we ban eating to prevent the disease? Or, is he suggesting that we take steps to encourage healthy eating? If the latter is true, then I would agree.

And since the desire for physical intimacy is a powerful urge, like eating, and since we can no more choose who we are attracted to than what foods we like to eat, then the logical thing would be to encourage safe expression of desire. There is absolutely no evidence that making people criminals will encourage this type of behavior change. On the contrary, it will drive them underground, away from appropriate health-seeking interventions.

But, there may be evidence that West is questioning his own strident commitment to the archaic anti-sodomy laws. In a letter that he wrote on behalf of JCHS in response to an editorial by a major daily in his native Trinidad and Tobago. West declared that HIV epidemics “continues to expand” among MSM in countries WITH OR WITHOUT anti-sodomy laws. So, is he ready to concede that these statutes do not, in fact, prevent HIV among MSM? Dare we hope?

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LGBTTTIQism : Is Terry Bean calling President Obama’s LGBT agenda to Jamaica and the world ?

The Human Rights Campaign  , co-founded  by 66 year-old  Terry Bean  who is presently before  the court accused of  having  sex  with a 15 year old boy , is  a major  supporter  and  funder  of  President Obama and  the Democratic Party.  One  should  therefore  not  be surprised  that a central  theme  of  President Obama’s  discussion with CARICOM leaders  was removal of  buggery laws. This  was  so  despite the known devastating effects  of   HIV on Men who have  Sex with men   (MSM) populations , particularly black  MSM in  New  York  because  of  the  statistical  association between  the practise  of  buggery  and acquiring HIV.

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Global epidemiology of HIV infection in men who have sex with men

Chris Beyrer et al.

  • Many MSM practice both insertive and receptive roles in sexual intercourse,which helps HIV spread in this population. Were MSM limited to one role, HIV incidence in this population over five years would be reduced 19-55% in high-prevalence epidemics.
  • Taking both factors (per act transmissionprobability and role versatility)into account explains 98% of the difference between HIV epidemics among MSM and heterosexual populations—behavioral differences account for 2% of the difference.

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HIV MSM prevalence New York

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Removal of  buggery laws  is neither necessary nor  sufficient  to decrease HIV among  MSM.  Removal  of  buggery  laws   is, however,   an essential  first  step  in achieving  the  objective  of  those  who  support   LGBTTTIQism i.e  constructing  a  society  the norms  of  which are  moral  nihilism (nothing  is  right or wrong) and  sexual  anarchy (everything is  permissible).

Chairman of  the Jamaica  Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS), Dr. Wayne West ,  discusses  President Obama’s  role   in   LGBTTTIQism  on Nationwide Radio  90FM  below.

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Terry  Bean  and   President Obama

Obama using power to make homosexuality normal

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Terry Bean charged

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/23/politics/terry-bean-sex-abuse-charges/

Terry Bean

A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male.

Terrence Bean, 66, a major Democratic donor and a celebrated gay-rights activist, was indicted on two felony charges of sodomy and a misdemeanor count of sexual abuse by a grand jury and arrested in Oregon Wednesday, according to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau. Bean was released later that day on bail, pending a court hearing.

Kiah Lawson, a 25-year-old identified by multiple news outlets as Bean’s ex-boyfriend, was arrested on Thursday on related charges, Portland Police confirmed. He’s also been released from jail, and pleaded not guilty on Friday, according to The Oregonian newspaper.

The charges relate to an alleged encounter the two had with a 15-year-old boy in Oregon last year, The Oregonian reported. Bean’s attorney has denied the charges and said in a statement that Bean is the “victim of an extortion ring.” CNN is not naming the alleged victim because the network does not identify minors or victims of sexual assaults.

According to a release from the Portland Police Bureau, its Sex Crimes Unit detectives are investigating the case.

Obama: A “great friend and supporter”

Bean, a real-estate developer and co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund and the Human Rights Campaign, is a powerful figure in Democratic politics.

The Oregonian reported that he helped raise more than half a million dollars for Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, and Federal Election Commission records show he’s contributed thousands to Democrats, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others.

Obama’s LGBT campaign contributors

Photos posted online show him with the Obamas, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and aboard Air Force One with the President.

In remarks at a 2009 Human Rights Campaign dinner, President Obama thanked Bean, calling him a “great friend and supporter.”

Human Rights Campaign spokesman Fred Sainz told CNN on Saturday that Bean took a leave of absence from the organization the day of the arrest “until his issues are resolved.”

“Terry Bean has taken a voluntary leave of absence from the HRC board until his issues are resolved. Bean is just one of 80 board members, none of whom have daily oversight or responsibility for any of our programs,” Sainz said. He said the HRC “does tremendous work to make America a more just and equal nation” and called that work “vital and is bigger than any one individual.”

The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund declined to comment on the development, but Bean has no current involvement with the organization besides contributing funds to its operations.

Attorney: Bean is the victim of an extortion ring

Bean’s attorney, Kristen Winemiller, said the allegations against him should not be taken at “face value.”

“Over the course of several months in 2013-2014 Terry was the victim of an extortion ring led by several men known to law enforcement,” Winemiller said. “This current arrest is connected to the ongoing investigation of that case in which Mr. Bean has fully cooperated.”

Lawson’s attorney could not immediately be reached for comment.

Lawson’s former attorney told The Oregonian that Lawson stumbled upon a camera Bean used to secretly record sexual encounters with him and other men, and took screenshots of some of the images, hoping to secure money from Bean in exchange for their return.

While Lawson’s attorney characterized the money as “damages,” Bean alleged extortion, and took his concerns to the district attorney.

The investigation was eventually taken up by the Portland Police Department due to a conflict of interest with the DA and Lawson’s former attorney, and that investigation led to Bean’s indictment and arrest.

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Of Pipers , Tunes , President Obama, Terry Bean and LGBTTTIQism.

The Human Rights Campaign  , co-founded  by 66 year-old  Terry Bean  who is presently before  the court accused of  having  sex  with a 15 year old boy , is  a major  supporter  and  funder  of  President Obama and  the Democratic Party.  One  should  therefore  not  be surprised  that a central  theme  of  President Obama’s  discussion with CARICOM leaders  was removal of  buggery laws. This  was  so  despite the known devastating effects  of   HIV on Men who have  Sex with men   (MSM) populations , particularly black  MSM in  New  York  because  of  the  statistical  association between  the practise  of  buggery  and acquiring HIV.

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Global epidemiology of HIV infection in men who have sex with men

Chris Beyrer et al.

  • Many MSM practice both insertive and receptive roles in sexual intercourse,which helps HIV spread in this population. Were MSM limited to one role, HIV incidence in this population over five years would be reduced 19-55% in high-prevalence epidemics.
  • Taking both factors (per act transmissionprobability and role versatility)into account explains 98% of the difference between HIV epidemics among MSM and heterosexual populations—behavioral differences account for 2% of the difference.

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HIV MSM prevalence New York

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Removal of  buggery laws  is neither necessary nor  sufficient  to decrease HIV among  MSM.  Removal  of  buggery  laws   is, however,   an essential  first  step  in achieving  the  objective  of  those  who  support   LGBTTTIQism i.e  constructing  a  society  the norms  of  which are  moral  nihilism (nothing  is  right or wrong) and  sexual  anarchy (everything is  permissible). Chairman of  the Jamaica  Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS), Dr. Wayne West ,  discusses  President Obama’s  role   in   LGBTTTIQism  on Nationwide Radio  90FM  below.

terry-bean-and-obama-304x304-300x300

Terry  Bean  and   President Obama

Obama using power to make homosexuality normal

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Terry Bean charged

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/23/politics/terry-bean-sex-abuse-charges/

Terry Bean

A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male. Terrence Bean, 66, a major Democratic donor and a celebrated gay-rights activist, was indicted on two felony charges of sodomy and a misdemeanor count of sexual abuse by a grand jury and arrested in Oregon Wednesday, according to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau. Bean was released later that day on bail, pending a court hearing. Kiah Lawson, a 25-year-old identified by multiple news outlets as Bean’s ex-boyfriend, was arrested on Thursday on related charges, Portland Police confirmed. He’s also been released from jail, and pleaded not guilty on Friday, according to The Oregonian newspaper. The charges relate to an alleged encounter the two had with a 15-year-old boy in Oregon last year, The Oregonian reported. Bean’s attorney has denied the charges and said in a statement that Bean is the “victim of an extortion ring.” CNN is not naming the alleged victim because the network does not identify minors or victims of sexual assaults. According to a release from the Portland Police Bureau, its Sex Crimes Unit detectives are investigating the case. Obama: A “great friend and supporter” Bean, a real-estate developer and co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund and the Human Rights Campaign, is a powerful figure in Democratic politics. The Oregonian reported that he helped raise more than half a million dollars for Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, and Federal Election Commission records show he’s contributed thousands to Democrats, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others. Obama’s LGBT campaign contributors Photos posted online show him with the Obamas, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and aboard Air Force One with the President. In remarks at a 2009 Human Rights Campaign dinner, President Obama thanked Bean, calling him a “great friend and supporter.” Human Rights Campaign spokesman Fred Sainz told CNN on Saturday that Bean took a leave of absence from the organization the day of the arrest “until his issues are resolved.” “Terry Bean has taken a voluntary leave of absence from the HRC board until his issues are resolved. Bean is just one of 80 board members, none of whom have daily oversight or responsibility for any of our programs,” Sainz said. He said the HRC “does tremendous work to make America a more just and equal nation” and called that work “vital and is bigger than any one individual.” The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund declined to comment on the development, but Bean has no current involvement with the organization besides contributing funds to its operations. Attorney: Bean is the victim of an extortion ring Bean’s attorney, Kristen Winemiller, said the allegations against him should not be taken at “face value.” “Over the course of several months in 2013-2014 Terry was the victim of an extortion ring led by several men known to law enforcement,” Winemiller said. “This current arrest is connected to the ongoing investigation of that case in which Mr. Bean has fully cooperated.” Lawson’s attorney could not immediately be reached for comment. Lawson’s former attorney told The Oregonian that Lawson stumbled upon a camera Bean used to secretly record sexual encounters with him and other men, and took screenshots of some of the images, hoping to secure money from Bean in exchange for their return. While Lawson’s attorney characterized the money as “damages,” Bean alleged extortion, and took his concerns to the district attorney. The investigation was eventually taken up by the Portland Police Department due to a conflict of interest with the DA and Lawson’s former attorney, and that investigation led to Bean’s indictment and arrest.

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President Obama , puppet and poster -boy for the Human Rights Campaign LGBTTTIQ ideology , called out wrong in Jamaica.

The Human Rights Campaign  , co-founded  by 66 year-old  Terry Bean  who is presently before  the court accused of  having  sex  with a 15 year old boy , is  a major  supporter  and  funder  of  President Obama and  the Democratic Party.  One  should  therefore  not  be surprised  that a central  theme  of  President Obama’s  discussion with CARICOM leaders  was removal of  buggery laws. This  was  so  despite the known devastating effects  of   HIV on Men who have  Sex with men   (MSM) populations , particularly black  MSM in new  York. 

HIV MSM prevalence New York

Removal of  buggery laws  is, however,   an essential  first  step  in achieving  the  objective  of  those  who  support   LGBTTTIQism i.e  constructing  a  society  the norms  of  which are  moral  nihilism (nothing  is  right or wrong) and  sexual  anarchy (everything is  permissible).

Chairman of  the Jamaica  Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS), Dr. Wayne West ,  discusses  President Obama’s  role   in   LGBTTTIQism  on Nationwide Radio  90FM  below.

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Terry  Bean  and   President Obama

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Terry Bean charged

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/23/politics/terry-bean-sex-abuse-charges/

Terry Bean

A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male.

Terrence Bean, 66, a major Democratic donor and a celebrated gay-rights activist, was indicted on two felony charges of sodomy and a misdemeanor count of sexual abuse by a grand jury and arrested in Oregon Wednesday, according to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau. Bean was released later that day on bail, pending a court hearing.

Kiah Lawson, a 25-year-old identified by multiple news outlets as Bean’s ex-boyfriend, was arrested on Thursday on related charges, Portland Police confirmed. He’s also been released from jail, and pleaded not guilty on Friday, according to The Oregonian newspaper.

The charges relate to an alleged encounter the two had with a 15-year-old boy in Oregon last year, The Oregonian reported. Bean’s attorney has denied the charges and said in a statement that Bean is the “victim of an extortion ring.” CNN is not naming the alleged victim because the network does not identify minors or victims of sexual assaults.

According to a release from the Portland Police Bureau, its Sex Crimes Unit detectives are investigating the case.

Obama: A “great friend and supporter”

Bean, a real-estate developer and co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund and the Human Rights Campaign, is a powerful figure in Democratic politics.

The Oregonian reported that he helped raise more than half a million dollars for Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, and Federal Election Commission records show he’s contributed thousands to Democrats, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others.

Obama’s LGBT campaign contributors

Photos posted online show him with the Obamas, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and aboard Air Force One with the President.

In remarks at a 2009 Human Rights Campaign dinner, President Obama thanked Bean, calling him a “great friend and supporter.”

Human Rights Campaign spokesman Fred Sainz told CNN on Saturday that Bean took a leave of absence from the organization the day of the arrest “until his issues are resolved.”

“Terry Bean has taken a voluntary leave of absence from the HRC board until his issues are resolved. Bean is just one of 80 board members, none of whom have daily oversight or responsibility for any of our programs,” Sainz said. He said the HRC “does tremendous work to make America a more just and equal nation” and called that work “vital and is bigger than any one individual.”

The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund declined to comment on the development, but Bean has no current involvement with the organization besides contributing funds to its operations.

Attorney: Bean is the victim of an extortion ring

Bean’s attorney, Kristen Winemiller, said the allegations against him should not be taken at “face value.”

“Over the course of several months in 2013-2014 Terry was the victim of an extortion ring led by several men known to law enforcement,” Winemiller said. “This current arrest is connected to the ongoing investigation of that case in which Mr. Bean has fully cooperated.”

Lawson’s attorney could not immediately be reached for comment.

Lawson’s former attorney told The Oregonian that Lawson stumbled upon a camera Bean used to secretly record sexual encounters with him and other men, and took screenshots of some of the images, hoping to secure money from Bean in exchange for their return.

While Lawson’s attorney characterized the money as “damages,” Bean alleged extortion, and took his concerns to the district attorney.

The investigation was eventually taken up by the Portland Police Department due to a conflict of interest with the DA and Lawson’s former attorney, and that investigation led to Bean’s indictment and arrest.

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