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BUSTED: Berkley RIOT Organizers Tied To Pro-Pedophilia Group, NAMBLA- This Changes Everything…

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Sickening…

NAMBLA, have you heard of them? They are the Man/Boy Love Association, and if you don’t know about them you are lucky not to have to live with the realization that something like that exists on the same planet you do.

Berkeley has been victim to left-wing activists and their anti-conservative rioting for a long while now, and now we are learning that the organizers of these riots have ties to one of the nation’s most prominent pro-pedophilia organization.

Specifically The Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration & Immigrant Rights, and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary, which you might know as By Any Mean Necessary or BAMN. It is one of the militant leftist groups that has been at the heart of the drive to wage a campaign against conservatives and Trump supporters there at Berkeley.

Now the group’s planned aggressive demonstrations against Ann Coulter and all the students who wanted to attend and hear her talk is what led to the cancellation of Coulter’s speech, all due to safety concerns after it was clear that the organization planned to stop her by any means.

Now we learn that this very organization that has been causing such chaos at Berkeley and poisoning the minds of students there with hatred and a craving for violence has in fact working directly with the North American Man/Boy Love Association.

But it gets worse…

We have also learned that a member of the organization, one of the organizers of the Berkeley riots that is said to have founded BAMN has actually admitted to be a member of NAMBLA, he also describes NAMBLA as the victim of a “witch-hunt”

BAMN, which did not return a phone call and voicemail seeking comment, was founded by the Revolutionary Workers League, a small, Detroit-based Marxist organization. Many of BAMN’s leading members over the years have also been RWL members.

“The Revolutionary Workers League is a Trotskyist organization of which I’m a member,” Luke Massie, one of BAMN’s founders told the Michigan Daily in 2001. “We are proud to have played a part in a whole lot of struggles and to have played a role in the founding of BAMN.”

An anonymous group of researchers provided TheDC with copies of internal NAMBLA publications from the 1990’s. The internet sleuths requested anonymity, citing fear of retaliation by BAMN members, and asked instead to be collectively referred to as, “The shadowy and/or mysterious organization known as Antifaleaks.”

The University of Michigan’s Joseph Labadie Special Collection maintains copies of the NAMBLA documents.

NAMBLA’s November-December 1991 bulletin, reviewed by TheDC, described at one of its conferences the “participation of Revolutionary Workers League, a Trotskyite group centered in the Detroit area. RWL is supportive of gay rights in general and NAMBLA in particular.” The journal contained details of the organization’s conferences and activities, as well as detailed, erotic stories about naked young boys.

The bulletin noted that “a number of proposals were put forward by the Revolutionary Workers League” at the NAMBLA conference.

Four of those proposals were adopted as positions by NAMBLA:

1. “Abolish all age-based curfews.”
2. “Children shall have the right to ‘divorce’ their parents.”
3. “Lower the voting age and extend the right to vote and hold office to all politically active youth.”
4. “Children and youth must be provided non moralistic, explicit, sex-positive – including lesbian/gay positive – sex education that includes safe sex education. Condoms, latex barriers and contraceptives in appropriate smaller sizes must be distributed in all schools.”

The 1992 edition of the pro-pedophilia bulletin also noted the participation of RWL, which was described as a “NAMBLA ally.”

Shanta Driver, described by the Capital Research Center as BAMN’s founder and co-chair, was affiliated with RWL as early as 1983, according to the Workers Vanguard, a communist publication. She also identified herself to the Los Angeles Times as an activist with RWL in late 1995 while protesting in Berkeley.

Driver argued before the Supreme Court on behalf of BAMN as recently as 2013.

Driver’s former law partner, Eileen Scheff — who has represented BAMN on multiple occasions, including at the Supreme Court — has been a self-described “member of NAMBLA.” The bulletin identified Scheff as an RWL member.

Additionally, Scheff has been identified as a founder of BAMN.

Peter Schmidt, a senior writer for the Chronicle of Higher Education, wrote in a book for which Scheff was interviewed that she “helped found” BAMN, in addition to serving as its legal counsel. “Affirmative action was built by people taking direct militant action,” she told Schmidt, explaining BAMN’s riotous approach to activism.

At a 1991 NAMBLA press conference, Scheff denounced the “witch-hunt” against pedophiles.

“As an activist in the legal and political struggle for lesbian/gay rights and for freedom of sexual expression, I am here to support NAMBLA and to demand that the witch-hunt against it must be stopped,” Scheff said at the conference. “The media and police are targeting NAMBLA because it stands for the rights of young people to have consensual sex with whomever they want.”

“Denying youth their sexuality or driving sexual expression deeper and deeper underground will not stop child molestation,” Scheff added. She called for “youth-controlled centers where they can freely socialize and enjoy safe, consensual sex.”

Does this shock you? Students at Berkeley are being told how to think, and act by people connected with wicked organizations. No, of course it’s not surprising. Wickedness as never promoted rational thought, and as it appears here and now…it also likes to do it’s bidding in the dark under various different shapes, forms, and names. Now that this connection has been made…how will the left respond?

With open arms.

Because…”tolerance”

 

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