by Paul Westman
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The Swish Factor
It is a fairy tale that Ronald Reagan was anti-homosexual—another lie (like Reagan’s nonexistent “racism”) perpetrated by the Establishment.
A good example of such a lie, illustrating how brazen these people are, is The Reagans (2003), a TV movie starring James Brolin as Reagan. Behind the film, a Jewish-homosexual production, were Viacom, owned and operated by Jew Sumner Redstone; CBS, the Viacom subsidiary headed by Jew Leslie Moonves; and Jewish homosexuals Neil Meron and Craig Zadan of Craig Zadan-Neil Meron Productions.
“According to the screenplay for The Reagans,” Patti Davis wrote, “my father is a homophobic Bible-thumper who loudly insisted that his son wasn’t gay when Ron took up ballet, and who in a particularly scathing scene told my mother that AIDS patients deserved their fate. ‘They who live in sin shall die in sin,’ the writers and producers had him say.” She added: “Not only did my father never say such a thing, he never would have.”
It is worth digressing for a moment to comment upon Jewish “facts” and “evidence.” The masters of the lie find it supremely easy to pull the wool over the eyes of the gullible goyim.
In depicting Reagan, the producers, according to Davis, “never consulted any family member, nor did they speak to anyone who has known us throughout the years. In the New York Times on October 21st , one of the writers admitted that the line about AIDS victims was completely fabricated. In that same article, Jim Rutenberg reported that the producers claimed no major event was depicted without two confirming sources.”
This bit about “two confirming sources” frequently turns up. (Significantly, the “sources” are often anonymous.) I believe Watergate reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein employed the device as long ago as 1976 in their book The Final Days. (Bernstein’s parents were Jewish Communists.)
What is the significance of “two confirming witnesses”? Where does that come from?
It is an evidentiary rule lifted from Jewish law. But Jews are a weird bunch. It is self-evident that to have probative force, what matters is not two confirming witnesses, but the honesty and factual accuracy of any testimony, regardless of the number of witnesses. And yet, here we have a totally fabricated scene (and statement), unsupported, apparently, even by two anonymous liars to back it up!
The moral: If you listen wide-eyed to Jews, with your critical thinking apparatus packed away in a box gathering dust, you will quickly become discombobulated. (The New York Times: “The producers said no major event was depicted without two confirming sources.” How weighty! How impressive!) But do you really want to be as addled as your family, friends, and neighbors?
Patti Davis then related an incident that occurred in the family’s Pacific Palisades home when she was eight or nine years old. She told her father that Rock Hudson kissing co-star Doris Day looked “weird.” (In real life, Hudson, who died from AIDS, was a promiscuous homosexual.)
“My father gently explained that Mr. Hudson didn’t really have a lot of experience kissing women; in fact, he would much prefer to be kissing a man. This was said in the same tone that would be used if he had been telling me about people with different colored eyes, and I accepted without question that this whole kissing thing wasn’t reserved just for men and women.” (Emphasis added.)
Quite a lesson to teach your nine-year-old child in 1960—or today.
Judeo-“Christian” pundit Cal Thomas noted: “Columnist Jim Pinkerton, who worked as an aide in the Reagan White House from 1981 to 1983, said on Fox News Watch (where I also appear): ‘Reagan was the opposite of a gay-basher. . . . He was a guy from Hollywood. He dealt with gays all his life. He was not a homophobe and a bigot.’”
All of which casts a weird light on the intersection of two little-known homosexual—indeed, pedophiliac—rings with Reagan administrations in California and Washington. (Recall that Reagan opposed legislation in California designed to prohibit homosexuals gaining access to children via teaching positions.)
While serving as Governor of California, Kitty Kelley relates, Reagan was presented with evidence that two male staffers, “both married with children, had been involved in homosexual activity, some of which involved boys under the age of eighteen. Professing shock, the governor summoned the men and told them they were out. No charges were pressed, and the men resigned quietly.”
Unfortunately for Reagan, a column by Drew Pearson appeared in the New York Post, reporting that “‘a homosexual ring had been operating out of Governor Reagan’s office’ for six months with his full knowledge and that the governor did not act until pressured by aides into firing the men. The columnist alleged that Art Van Court [Reagan’s bodyguard, later a federal marshal, who conducted the investigation into the affair] had a tape recording ‘of a [homosexual] sex orgy which had taken place at a cabin near Lake Tahoe, leased by two members of Reagan’s staff.’”
Reagan “denied everything and called the columnist a liar.” At a press conference he “slammed his fist on the lectern and yelled at reporters,” refusing to identify the two men.
“The Reagans immediately adopted a censorious public stance toward homosexuality. He condemned it as ‘an abomination in the eyes of the Lord,’ and she denounced it as a ‘sickness’ and an ‘abnormality’ Yet privately, they continued to patronize their astrologer, Carroll Righter, a homosexual, and to socialize with a homosexual male couple who were frequently invited to the [Jewish] Bloomingdales’ dinner parties. Nancy maintained close relationships with [Gentile author] Truman Capote, [Jewish attorney and former aide to Senator Joseph McCarthy] Roy Cohn, and [Jew] Jerry Zipkin, who once lived with [English novelist] Somerset Maugham; she depended on homosexual men like her hairdresser and interior decorator to define her style and execute her taste.” (Kelley, 165-167) (“Right after the presidential election,” an Adolfo executive told Kelley, “when she came to New York, she was trying on dresses, and Jerry Zipkin screamed and flapped his arms: 'Nancy, take it off. I don’t like it. Quick. Take it off. Off! Off! Off!' She immediately took the dress off and refused to get it.”) (295)
Presidential adviser Michael Deaver wrote, “Not many people knew how close Nancy was to the writer Truman Capote. They met through Jerry Zipkin,” a “New York society fixture.” When Capote was arrested for “disorderly conduct,” Nancy phoned Deaver at home to have Capote released from prison. “She could not abide the thought of this frail, lisping little man in a jail cell. I called [U.S. Attorney General] Ed Meese, and he arranged for Capote’s release.” (Deaver, 106)
Fags, like Jews and non-Whites, are more equal than thee and me. Our jobs and lives and freedom can be placed in jeopardy merely for exercising our fundamental rights. The same legal system that casually, at the whim of the Attorney General of the United States, springs sodomite Capote from prison when he commits a crime, classifies core, protected First Amendment expression as “hate speech” and association as “terrorism” when White Europeans oppose genocide, discuss the facts of World War II, or publicize the effects of current immigration policies.
The shadowy homosexual ring allegedly involving underage boys associated with top Reagan officials in California in 1967 was paralleled by another ring in the upper echelons of the Reagan White House two decades later.
An explosive 1989 Washington Times investigative report by Paul M. Rodriguez and George Archibald revealed that a Washington, D.C. homosexual prostitution ring was then under investigation. The ring, which operated in the nation’s capital, numbered among its clients “high officials of the Reagan and Bush administrations” (including Charles K. Dutcher, associate director of presidential personnel, who placed “Reagan-oriented conservatives into the career Civil Service during the closing years of Mr. Reagan’s presidency”), as well as members of major news organizations and top Pentagon officials. (“Homosexual prostitution inquiry ensnares VIPs with Reagan, Bush: ‘Call boys’ took midnight tour of White House,” June 29, 1989. Reproduction of article [.gif images]: 1st page | 2nd page)
“In addition to credit card fraud,” Rodriguez and Archibald noted, “the investigation is said to be focused on illegal interstate prostitution, abduction and use of minors for sexual perversion, extortion, larceny and related illicit drug trafficking and use by prostitutes and their clients.” (Emphasis added.)
One former top-level Pentagon officer said that for the past eight years [i.e., Reagan’s entire Presidential tenure –P.W.], military and civilian intelligence authorities have been concerned that ‘a nest of homosexuals at top levels of the Reagan administration may have been penetrated by Soviet-backed espionage agents posing as male prostitutes,’ said one former top-level Pentagon official.
One homosexual client of the prostitution ring was lobbyist Craig J. Spence [.gif image], who represented Japanese business interests in Washington. Spence conducted a 1 a.m tour of the Reagan White House on July 3, 1988 for six friends, including two homosexual call boys.
A major concern, said the former official with longtime ties to top-ranking military intelligence officers, was that hostile foreign intelligence services were using young male prostitutes to compromise top administration homosexuals, thus making them subject to blackmail.
In a remarkable book, The Franklin Cover-Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska, 2nd edition (Lincoln, Nebraska: AWT, 1996), attorney and former Republican Nebraska State Senator John W. DeCamp adds that Craig Spence himself “maintained a call boy ring that catered to the political elite and, unlike most D.C. call boy rings, offered children to its clients.” (169)
Spence turned up dead in a Boston hotel room five months after the Times broke the story quoted above—a “suicide,” authorities said. (The same authorities who zealously enforce “hate crime” and “hate speech” laws? You bet they are!)
During the Vietnam War, DeCamp, today married to a Vietnamese, was an assistant to Deputy Ambassador to South Vietnam (in reality, CIA Station Chief and, later, director of the CIA) William E. Colby, who developed and ran the murderous Operation Phoenix program. Colby was DeCamp’s friend and mentor.
Colby died in a suspicious canoe accident in 1996. DeCamp asks: “Was he killed because of his involvement in Franklin? I don’t know. What I do know is that Bill Colby was the heart and soul of the Franklin investigation. . . . Without him, this book would never have been written.” (277)
DeCamp’s exposé centers on Lawrence E. “Larry” King, Jr., former manager of Omaha, Nebraska’s Franklin Community Federal Credit Union. King was also a prominent Negro Republican with close ties to the Reagan Administration. According to DeCamp’s detailed account, King operated a child sex ring and was a “business partner” of Spence’s in that endeavor. (169)
Larry King sang the national anthem at both the 1984 (Reagan) and 1988 (George H. W. Bush) GOP national conventions. During the 1984 Dallas convention, King “hosted his extravagant party [for Republican VIPs] at Southfork Ranch [the setting of TV's popular Dallas series], where I saw Maureen Reagan draped over King all evening like a big blanket.” (164) (DeCamp was a Reagan delegate from Nebraska.)
“In the Republican Party, King had a meteoric rise. He sang the Star-Spangled Banner at a National Black Republican Council event in 1982, where President and Mrs. Reagan were the guests of honor. . . . Stepping inside the Franklin Credit Union, visitors were greeted by a four foot high picture of Larry King with Ronald Reagan.” (164-165)
DeCamp quotes Omaha’s Negro newspaper, the Omaha Star, November 24, 1983: “Chairman King has accepted a position in the  Reagan/Bush campaign. He was appointed . . . coordinator of all the activities to bring out the Black vote. In brief this means that Mr. King will be responsible for meeting with the Party officials and the Black Republican leadership within each of the 17 targeted states. He will coordinate the efforts of these groups in support of the Reagan/Bush campaign. . . . Mr. King will also be traveling to the 17 targeted states when President Reagan does, to draw state party officials and Black Republican leadership together.” (165)
Contrary to Establishment lies, Ronald Reagan was not anti-homosexual.
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© 2004 Paul Westman