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NAMBLA-gate: The Strange Case of Kevin Jennings, Part One

AIM Column | By Cliff Kincaid | January 4, 2010
Harry Hay, who "inspired" Obama-appointed Education Department official Kevin Jennings to lead a life of homosexual activism, was not only a supporter of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) but a prominent member of the Communist Party USA and "Radical Faerie" who believed in the power of the occult.
Hay's influence is relevant not only because Jennings is a top Education Department official, but because Hay is considered by homosexuals to be the founder of their movement. A Stalinist and Marxist until the day he died, Hay defended NAMBLA's participation in "gay rights" marches and its membership in the International Lesbian and Gay Association.
But the controversy over Jennings, which had been growing since his appointment in May, has been skillfully deflected by some journalists and commentators who have been attacking the government of Uganda for considering a law that would toughen laws against homosexual behavior that threatens public health and children. "Uganda wants to execute people for being gay," lesbian commentator Rachel Maddow asserted on her MSNBC program on December 2. She called it the "kill-the-gays bill" and demanded that Christians in the U.S. denounce it.
Jumping on the story, the New York Times has claimed the bill would "impose a death sentence for homosexual behavior."
These claims are flat-out disinformation.
Dr. Scott Lively, who visited Uganda in March of 2009 to encourage efforts to protect traditional family values, says the proposed death penalty in the bill, just one of many provisions, is for "aggravated homosexuality," which is actually pederasty, pedophilia, homosexual parent/child incest, homosexual abuse of a disabled ward, and knowingly spreading AIDS. Dr. Lively is the author of The Pink Swastika and the president of Abiding Truth Ministries.
"I do not support the proposed anti-homosexuality law as written," Lively says. "It does not emphasize rehabilitation over punishment and the punishment that it calls for is unacceptably harsh. However, if the offending sections were sufficiently modified, the proposed law would represent an encouraging step in the right direction. As one of the first laws of this century to recognize that the destructiveness of the 'gay' agenda warrants opposition by government, it would deserve support from Christian believers and other advocates of marriage-based culture around the world."
Lively says that the legislation is a response to the history of the country, where Christians were persecuted and even killed for resisting the homosexuality of King Mwanga, a violent pedophile, and to the modern-day problem, which involves "homosexual political activists from Europe and the United States [who] are working aggressively to re-homosexualize their nation."
June 3, a public holiday called Martyrs' Day, is set aside in the nation to remember the Christians killed by the pedophile King in 1886.
In terms of the present threat, Lively explains, "Ugandan citizens report a growing number of foreign homosexual men coming to their country to turn desperately poor young men from the slums into their personal houseboys, and that some girls in public schools have been paid to recruit others into lesbianism."
It would appear that the purpose of the orchestrated controversy over the proposed law in Uganda is to divert attention from the real scandal involving Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings and his praise for the founder of the modern gay rights movement, Harry Hay, a supporter of adult-child sex.
This is the real scandal-the degree to which the homosexual movement tolerates pedophiles in its midst and regards a champion of pedophilia as a hero.
As disclosed by Peter LaBarbera's Americans for Truth organization, Jennings said in 1997 that Hay should serve as an inspiration. "One of the people that's always inspired me is Harry Hay, who started the first ongoing gay rights group in America," he said.
Jennings didn't mention that Hay actively campaigned for the "rights" of pedophiles and publicly supported NAMBLA. But Jennings had to be aware of this fact. Two popular books about Hay-Radically Gay, edited by Will Roscoe and published in 1996, and The Trouble With Harry Hay, written by Stuart Timmons and published in 1990-documented Hay's support for NAMBLA. These books were issued by pro-homosexual or left-wing book publishers and popular among "gay" activists like Jennings.
The Timmons book shows Hay wearing a "NAMBLA walks with me" sign at a "gay rights" demonstration. Although Hay apparently never formally joined the organization, he spoke about his support for NAMBLA on many different occasions, including at NAMBLA conferences.
Jennings was announced as the Assistant Deputy Secretary, Office of Safe & Drug Free Schools, in the Department of Education on May 19. His official biography mentions his role in creating an organization, the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), which is supposed to provide factual information about the history of the "gay rights" movement to teachers and students. But the references to Hay in GLSEN literature fail to include anything about his CPUSA, pro-NAMBLA or Radical Faerie activities.
For example, a GLSEN "Education Department Resource" pamphlet from the year 2000 identifies the Timmons book as "a readable biography of the founder of the first ongoing American gay rights group." That means that somebody at GLSEN read the book, including its discussion of Hay's pro-NAMBLA activities. But nothing is said about Hay's objectionable record.
It is certainly interesting that the GLSEN description of the Hay book sounds like what Jennings had himself said about Hay.
More to the point, GLSEN recommends a book Jennings himself edited entitled, Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay and Lesbian History for High School and College Students, which includes a favorable profile of Harry Hay by Timmons. Indeed, the material is from the Timmons book.
So the idea that Jennings was unfamiliar with Hay's pro-NAMBLA record is simply impossible to believe. It is the case that Hay supported the criminal sexual exploitation of children and the evidence indicates that Jennings knew about this but that his organization concealed the information from those who had a right to know about it.
Hay's support for NAMBLA grew out of his own sexual relationships as a child with adult predators. In his own twisted and bizarre world, Hay says he ultimately found the sexual abuse to be beneficial. By his own admission, he had a terrible relationship with his father, who beat him.
In the article, "Our Beloved Gay/Lesbian Movement at a Crossroads," Hay maintained that real child molestation involved the "sexual coercion of Gay and Lesbian youth into heterosexual identities and behaviors." Hay believed that homosexuals "should unite to sue the whole guilty hetero community for compensation" for practicing this "heterosexual coercion" on "Gay kids."
The praise of Hay by Jennings has led to questions about Jennings's relationship with NAMBLA itself. "We don't know if Mr. Jennings supports us or not," is all that a NAMBLA spokesman says. NAMBLA has a whole section of its website devoted to Hay.
LaBarbera contends that "It would seem fairly easy for Jennings to clarify his position on NAMBLA-all he has to do is issue a clear statement of his opposition to this evil 'man-boy love' organization."
But even if he were to condemn NAMBLA in strong terms, there is still the matter of why his organization, which targets young people, promotes a favorable book about a communist pervert.
Tomorrow: what a former FBI agent says about Kevin Jennings.
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NAMBLA-gate: The Strange Case of Kevin Jennings, Part One

AIM Column | By Cliff Kincaid | January 4, 2010

Harry Hay, who "inspired" Obama-appointed Education Department official Kevin Jennings to lead a life of homosexual activism, was not only a supporter of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) but a prominent member of the Communist Party USA and "Radical Faerie" who believed in the power of the occult.

Hay's influence is relevant not only because Jennings is a top Education Department official, but because Hay is considered by homosexuals to be the founder of their movement. A Stalinist and Marxist until the day he died, Hay defended NAMBLA's participation in "gay rights" marches and its membership in the International Lesbian and Gay Association.

But the controversy over Jennings, which had been growing since his appointment in May, has been skillfully deflected by some journalists and commentators who have been attacking the government of Uganda for considering a law that would toughen laws against homosexual behavior that threatens public health and children. "Uganda wants to execute people for being gay," lesbian commentator Rachel Maddow asserted on her MSNBC program on December 2. She called it the "kill-the-gays bill" and demanded that Christians in the U.S. denounce it.

Jumping on the story, the New York Times has claimed the bill would "impose a death sentence for homosexual behavior."

These claims are flat-out disinformation.

Dr. Scott Lively, who visited Uganda in March of 2009 to encourage efforts to protect traditional family values, says the proposed death penalty in the bill, just one of many provisions, is for "aggravated homosexuality," which is actually pederasty, pedophilia, homosexual parent/child incest, homosexual abuse of a disabled ward, and knowingly spreading AIDS. Dr. Lively is the author of The Pink Swastika and the president of Abiding Truth Ministries.

"I do not support the proposed anti-homosexuality law as written," Lively says. "It does not emphasize rehabilitation over punishment and the punishment that it calls for is unacceptably harsh. However, if the offending sections were sufficiently modified, the proposed law would represent an encouraging step in the right direction. As one of the first laws of this century to recognize that the destructiveness of the 'gay' agenda warrants opposition by government, it would deserve support from Christian believers and other advocates of marriage-based culture around the world."

Lively says that the legislation is a response to the history of the country, where Christians were persecuted and even killed for resisting the homosexuality of King Mwanga, a violent pedophile, and to the modern-day problem, which involves "homosexual political activists from Europe and the United States [who] are working aggressively to re-homosexualize their nation."

June 3, a public holiday called Martyrs' Day, is set aside in the nation to remember the Christians killed by the pedophile King in 1886.

In terms of the present threat, Lively explains, "Ugandan citizens report a growing number of foreign homosexual men coming to their country to turn desperately poor young men from the slums into their personal houseboys, and that some girls in public schools have been paid to recruit others into lesbianism."

It would appear that the purpose of the orchestrated controversy over the proposed law in Uganda is to divert attention from the real scandal involving Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings and his praise for the founder of the modern gay rights movement, Harry Hay, a supporter of adult-child sex.

This is the real scandal-the degree to which the homosexual movement tolerates pedophiles in its midst and regards a champion of pedophilia as a hero.

As disclosed by Peter LaBarbera's Americans for Truth organization, Jennings said in 1997 that Hay should serve as an inspiration. "One of the people that's always inspired me is Harry Hay, who started the first ongoing gay rights group in America," he said.

Jennings didn't mention that Hay actively campaigned for the "rights" of pedophiles and publicly supported NAMBLA. But Jennings had to be aware of this fact. Two popular books about Hay-Radically Gay, edited by Will Roscoe and published in 1996, and The Trouble With Harry Hay, written by Stuart Timmons and published in 1990-documented Hay's support for NAMBLA. These books were issued by pro-homosexual or left-wing book publishers and popular among "gay" activists like Jennings.

The Timmons book shows Hay wearing a "NAMBLA walks with me" sign at a "gay rights" demonstration. Although Hay apparently never formally joined the organization, he spoke about his support for NAMBLA on many different occasions, including at NAMBLA conferences.

Jennings was announced as the Assistant Deputy Secretary, Office of Safe & Drug Free Schools, in the Department of Education on May 19. His official biography mentions his role in creating an organization, the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), which is supposed to provide factual information about the history of the "gay rights" movement to teachers and students. But the references to Hay in GLSEN literature fail to include anything about his CPUSA, pro-NAMBLA or Radical Faerie activities.

For example, a GLSEN "Education Department Resource" pamphlet from the year 2000 identifies the Timmons book as "a readable biography of the founder of the first ongoing American gay rights group." That means that somebody at GLSEN read the book, including its discussion of Hay's pro-NAMBLA activities. But nothing is said about Hay's objectionable record.

It is certainly interesting that the GLSEN description of the Hay book sounds like what Jennings had himself said about Hay.

More to the point, GLSEN recommends a book Jennings himself edited entitled, Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay and Lesbian History for High School and College Students, which includes a favorable profile of Harry Hay by Timmons. Indeed, the material is from the Timmons book.

So the idea that Jennings was unfamiliar with Hay's pro-NAMBLA record is simply impossible to believe. It is the case that Hay supported the criminal sexual exploitation of children and the evidence indicates that Jennings knew about this but that his organization concealed the information from those who had a right to know about it.

Hay's support for NAMBLA grew out of his own sexual relationships as a child with adult predators. In his own twisted and bizarre world, Hay says he ultimately found the sexual abuse to be beneficial. By his own admission, he had a terrible relationship with his father, who beat him.

In the article, "Our Beloved Gay/Lesbian Movement at a Crossroads," Hay maintained that real child molestation involved the "sexual coercion of Gay and Lesbian youth into heterosexual identities and behaviors." Hay believed that homosexuals "should unite to sue the whole guilty hetero community for compensation" for practicing this "heterosexual coercion" on "Gay kids."

The praise of Hay by Jennings has led to questions about Jennings's relationship with NAMBLA itself. "We don't know if Mr. Jennings supports us or not," is all that a NAMBLA spokesman says. NAMBLA has a whole section of its website devoted to Hay.

LaBarbera contends that "It would seem fairly easy for Jennings to clarify his position on NAMBLA-all he has to do is issue a clear statement of his opposition to this evil 'man-boy love' organization."

But even if he were to condemn NAMBLA in strong terms, there is still the matter of why his organization, which targets young people, promotes a favorable book about a communist pervert.
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The acceptance of the sexual exploitation of children is a very disturbing aspect of our culture.

Barney Frank was involved with a homo room mate who accumulated large numbers of parking tickets while stalking WAshington DC public schools, recruiting children for his homosexual prostitution ring.

Now you have this ACORN thing where its employees are openly willing to assist in the enslavement and raping of Hispanic children. Amazingly enough, one of the ACORN vermin was a Hispanic in San Diego who volunteered that his contacts in Tijuana would help smuggle underage girls into the country.

Now this Obama nominee with ties to NAMBLA. God, how sickening. Is nothing sacred?
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I remember when some expose news team took some live video of the NAMBLA meeting going on inside a library. I personally still have a hard time believing people would organize for such debauchery.
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I remember when some expose news team took some live video of the NAMBLA meeting going on inside a library. I personally still have a hard time believing people would organize for such debauchery.
Sex is a very powerful instinct and even when that instinct goes wrong, the tendency to form social relationships around it remain.
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NAMBLA-gate: The Strange Case of Kevin Jennings, Part Two
Sean Hannity of Fox News, who has called for the resignation of Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings, interviewed a former FBI agent, Bob Hamer, who infiltrated the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) and documented their criminal activities. Asked if Jennings had been unaware of Hay's pro-NAMBLA activities when he said that Hay had been an inspiration to him, Hamer replied that Jennings "knew the agenda of Harry Hay and he certainly supported Harry Hay and Harry Hay is a strong advocate of NAMBLA."
Hannity asked, "And so Jennings had to have known that?"
Hamer replied, "Well, certainly. Harry Hay didn't hide his support for NAMBLA."
Hamer's book, The Last Undercover, describes his infiltration of NAMBLA. His website includes an online chapter and additional material about NAMBLA, including an e-mail message from a NAMBLA member, Sam Lindblad, about the 2004 annual NAMBLA meeting.
Because of the work of Hamer and the FBI, Lindblad, a known sex offender, would later be prosecuted, convicted and sentenced with seven other NAMBLA members for travel with intent to have sex with minor boys.
Elements of the investigation into Lindblad's activities are posted on the FBI website, where it was reported that:
"A detective in Bangor, Maine assigned to monitor a registered sex offender believes the man, Sam Lindblad, has been attempting to molest children again. The detective's suspicion was aroused after the manager of the apartment complex where Lindblad resides found an advertisement posted by Lindblad in the complex laundry room, offering to tutor children after school. When the detective went to Lindblad's apartment to question him, he noticed crayon drawings by children on the refrigerator and observed Lindblad cutting pictures of young boys out of catalogues."
NAMBLA says about Jennings: "We don't know if Mr. Jennings supports us or not. We do know that he supports efforts to make schools places where gay kids and straight kids and kids who don't fit into either of those categories can go and not be bullied or harassed or made to feel like any less of a person--and that is a goal we too support."
In fact, as the Lindblad case shows, NAMBLA is an organization whose members conspire to sexually abuse children. NAMBLA members look for opportunities to get into close contact with children. Pro-homosexual efforts in the schools provide that opportunity.
Hay, who inspired Jennings, was not apparently a formal member of NAMBLA. But former FBI agent Hamer told Accuracy in Media that the NAMBLA membership list was secret and it is impossible to know for sure. "I never heard a NAMBLA member say that Hay was not a member," Hamer said. In fact, Hay spoke favorably of NAMBLA, including at the organization's conferences. When Hay died in 2002, Hamer noted, he was on the cover of the NAMBLA Bulletin. (You can see this publication in the video of the Hannity-Hamer interview.)
Hay was also a communist. After he turned to Marxism and embarked on a career of homosexual activism, Hay abandoned his wife, a fellow member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). He had been introduced to the Communist Party by actor Will Geer, who played Grandpa on "The Waltons" television show and was a communist himself.
Interestingly, the federally-funded National Endowment for the Arts and Corporation for Public Broadcasting put taxpayer dollars into a 2002 film, "Hope Along the Wind: The Life of Harry Hay," which ignores Hay's support for NAMBLA but actually has some important and relevant information about his CPUSA activities.
Hay joined the Communist Party in 1934 and eventually resigned, but not for ideological reasons. Rather, the controversy surrounding the CPUSA and the need to avoid bringing even more critical attention to Hay's homosexual organizing efforts prompted his leaving the Moscow-funded and -controlled apparatus.
The "Hope Along the Wind" film explains: "Many American Communists would leave the party when Joseph Stalin's reign of terror in the Soviet Union could no longer be denied. But when Harry Hay left in 1950 his reasons were very different."
In other words, Hay remained a Stalinist.
"During his years in New York City, between 1939 and 1942, when he had access to the [Communist] Party's library, he read the historical writings of Marx and Engels and took advanced classes in Marxist theory with the intention of becoming a Party educator," says Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of Its Founder. In fact, Hay did become a CPUSA "educator."
Reports of the California Senate Fact-finding Committee on Un-American Activities identify Hay by name as an instructor during the 1940s at the California Labor School, a CPUSA front whose purpose was to "teach, advocate and propagandize Marxism-Leninism." Hay is described as a leader in the party in charge of communist-style entertainment activities.
Hay was summoned to appear before the House Committee on Un-American Activities in 1954 to testify about his CPUSA membership. But because he was officially out of the party by then, he refused to talk about it.
His real contribution to communism in America was developing the idea that homosexuals, like the "workers" under capitalism, were being oppressed and had to assert their "rights." Although some CPUSA officials disapproved of the homosexual lifestyle, the Hay approach was seen as a means by which American society could be subverted and undermined.
Some have claimed that Hay was "expelled" from the CPUSA, but the film explains that Hay realized he needed to leave the Communist Party so that he could do his work organizing the Mattachine Society, the first official "gay rights" group, on a more effective basis. This is explained through interviews with Hay and Miriam Sherman, a Communist Party organizer who served as Hay's "boss" in the party.
Needless to say, the documented communist origin of the "gay rights" movement in the U.S. is not a subject you will see highlighted by "gay rights" groups or discussed on the MSNBC cable show hosted by lesbian commentator Rachel Maddow.
While Jennings praised a communist pervert, his boss, President Barack Obama, was mentored by one. Obama's childhood mentor, Frank Marshall Davis, was under FBI surveillance and a security risk because of his CPUSA membership. Davis wrote a biographical novel, Sex Rebel, about having sex with children and engaging in other forms of bizarre sexual activity.
The entire relationship was sanitized by Obama and his campaign, with Davis being described as a civil rights activist.
As if the Jennings controversy wasn't enough, Obama has now appointed Amanda Simpson, who describes herself as "one of the first transgender appointees to the federal government," as a senior technical adviser to the Commerce Department. Other reports say that Simpson, a member of the board of the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) for the past three years, is the first openly transgender presidential appointee.
NCTE, like the Center for American Progress, is funded by the Open Society Institute of billionaire George Soros. NCTE received $50,000 from the Open Society Institute in 2007. The Soros group gave $70,000 to the Transgender Law Center in San Francisco in the same year.
The Jennings-founded group, the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), is a member, along with Simpson's NCTE, of the "New Beginning Initiative" to encourage the Obama Administration to make policy changes to benefit the "gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community."
"We would like to thank the Open Society Institute for their generous funding of this initiative," the announcement says. The amount is $355,000 over two years, provided through a special "Seize the Day" fund to "support transformational change in the United States."
The announcement of this new initiative was made only about two months after the Jennings appointment became known.
"The global economic crisis and recent changes in the U.S. political environment have elevated the risks and opportunities for building a better society, resulting in a 'perfect storm' for transformative change in America," declares the Open Society Institute.
The "storm" has arrived, courtesy of Obama and appointees such as Jennings and Simpson.
Tomorrow: Harry Hay, the Radical Faeries, and the occult.

Cliff Kincaid is the Editor of the AIM Report and can be reached at cliff.kincaid@aim.org
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NAMBLA-gate: The Strange Case of Kevin Jennings, Part Three


AIM Column | By Cliff Kincaid | January 6, 2010

A Marxist atheist trained in materialism, Harry Hay tried to find spirituality in his own confused sexual identity, eventually developing the idea that he was a "Radical Faerie" who had male and female traits. A communist, he was also a supporter of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA).
Education Department official Kevin Jennings says that Hay inspired him, and the Jennings-founded group, the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN) has promoted favorable material about Hay, the acknowledged founder of the modern "gay rights" movement, without offering any criticism or even acknowledgement of his defense of adult-child sex.
But Hay's leading role in the "Radical Faerie" movement may be even more controversial than his communist views and pro-NAMBLA activities.
Hay in 1979 issued a call for a "Spiritual Conference for Radical Faeries" that included a poem from the notorious occultist Aleister Crowley. Stuart Timmons, author of The Trouble With Harry Hay, documents Hay's involvement with Crowley, noting that Hay played the organ for the Los Angeles lodge of Crowley's Order of the Eastern Temple, a "notorious anti-Christian spiritual group" where "homosexual sex-magic rituals" took place.
Crowley, who regarded himself as the "Beast 666," the anti-Christ, and the incarnation of Satan, also organized in such cities as London and Paris, where he developed a relationship with New York Times correspondent Walter Duranty, as recounted in S.J. Taylor's book, Stalin's Apologist. Taylor says that Crowley staged homosexual rituals with Duranty in which they chanted "blood and semen."
Like Hay, Duranty had a major impact on history. As the Moscow correspondent for the New York Times after the communist revolution, he helped cover up Stalin's crimes. Hay was a Stalinist himself and stayed in the Communist Party even after the Hitler-Stalin pact.
Hay's confusion about his own sexual identity, including the belief that he somehow benefitted from being preyed upon by homosexual predators, is something that should be pitied. But it has been elevated by the "homosexual community" into another "right" to be guaranteed by government. That is why the modern-day "gay rights" movement celebrates bisexuality, cross-dressing, and "transgender" lifestyles. It has now become known as the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender) "community."
At one time, NAMBLA was a member of the International Lesbian and Gay Association, and its NAMBLA Bulletin belonged to the Gay and Lesbian Press Association. However, the "gay rights" establishment these days tries to play down the acceptance of NAMBLA in their movement, including by Hay himself.
Photos of Hay and his "Faeries" speak for themselves. One photo of Hay, who also became known as the "Father of the Faeries," shows him later in life wearing pearls, a blouse, and what appears to be a rainbow dress. Hay referred to the "Faeries" as "sissy men" and they gathered in the woods to pay homage to the earth. Radical Faeries have also been featured in "gay rights" parades.
But in the same way that Hay's Stalinism proves worrisome, author Will Roscoe writes that Hay was influenced by a book titled The Morning of the Magician, which traced the power of the occult back to the Nazi period. This is extremely significant. In addition to Hitler's fascination with the occult, the genocidal dictator surrounded himself with a number of homosexual perverts in the Nazi Party.
Demonstrating that he was familiar with the career of Harry Hay, Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings noted in his 1997 remarks that "In 1948, he [Hay] tried to get people to join the Mattachine Society." What Jennings did not say, perhaps deliberately so, was that the Mattachine Society was a communist front organization.
The "Hope Along the Wind" film notes that a "Marxist education Class" being taught by Hay produced several recruits for the new organization. Hay himself said, "All of them [the founders] thought of themselves as Marxists. We're all thinking in the same direction, feeling in the same direction, looking in the same way and feeling in our bodies: this is the beginning of a brotherhood. And this is the beginning of what we were going to be calling six months later the Mattachine Society."
The film's narrator adds, "The Mattachine Society was organized into a secret cell structure, similar to the Communist Party. Members in one cell never knew the members in another, protecting the group in case of arrest."
These Marxists, led by Hay, expanded Hay's original Marxist idea that homosexuals were considered oppressed by the capitalist system and in need of special rights. But Hay's communist connections proved to be too controversial even at this time and he eventually left this organization as well.
Political acceptance was always the goal. Hay supported the 1948 presidential candidacy of Henry Wallace on the communist-dominated Progressive Party Ticket. Later, he acted within the Democratic Party, working as a member of Jesse Jackson's "rainbow coalition" to elect the black activist as president.
Today, Hay would be "proud." Five states have legalized "gay marriage," the Democratic Party officially supports "gay rights," the Obama Administration has lifted the ban on AIDS-infected foreigners entering the U.S., and Obama wants open homosexuals to join the ranks of the military.
Hay remained true to the communist cause to the end of his life in 2002. He says in the film, "I was part and parcel of that [the Communist Party] and I was proud to be part and parcel of that."
One of his last public roles was as a representative of the "Radical Faerie Political Network" at the 1992 national convention of a Communist Party spin-off group, the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS).
Stuart Timmons, the author of The Trouble With Harry Hay, wrote that it "saddened" Hay after the demise of the old Soviet Union to see people "throwing out the baby with the bath water" in completely denouncing communism. "Marxism needs to be revised, based on new scientific knowledge, particularly of human behavior," Hay said. "The underlying methodology will be proved sound."
His legacy is considered so positive among "gay rights" activists that he was hailed as one of many "gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender icons" by the "GLBT History month" project for 2009 and featured on the homosexual-oriented Logo television network.
However, as more and more people learn the truth about Harry Hay and how he was an inspiration to Kevin Jennings, scrutiny of Jennings--and those who appointed and support him--is growing.
This is why a group called Media Matters for America, run by a homosexual activist, is working feverishly to counter any allegations deemed harmful to Jennings and his mission at the Education Department. Its usual procedure is to label any critics of the homosexual movement as promoting "hate" or engaging in "smears" and "lies."
At the same time, the George Soros-funded Center for American Progress (CAP) is also monitoring and attempting to rebut criticism of Jennings. CAP is the same group that employed communist Van Jones before he went to the White House and then was ultimately forced out in scandal.
What these groups want desperately to avoid is the evidence, detailed in the first column in this series, that Jennings was completely aware of the Harry Hay record when he made his 1997 comments praising him, and that his GLSEN group has concealed the terrible facts about Hay from young people who should know.
One problem in getting the story out has been the influence of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA), which is funded by--and includes employees of--almost every major media organization. It actually encourages its members to report favorably on the activities of the Jennings-founded group GLSEN and says that GLSEN works "to create safer schools," buying into the official propaganda about the group.
The official NLGJA blog has already praised the "progressive" Media Matters group for defending Jennings and his praise of "gay rights pioneer" Harry Hay.
It's no wonder that the Jennings scandal isn't a story for most of the media.
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NAMBLA-Gate: The Case of Kevin Jennings

AIM Report | By Cliff Kincaid | January 18, 2010
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Harry Hay, who "inspired" Obama-appointed Education Department official Kevin Jennings to lead a life of homosexual activism, was not only a supporter of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) but a prominent member of the Communist Party USA and "Radical Faerie" who believed in the power of the occult.
As disclosed by Peter LaBarbera's Americans for Truth organization, Jennings said in 1997 that Hay should serve as an inspiration. "One of the people that's always inspired me is Harry Hay, who started the first ongoing gay rights group in America," Jennings said.
Jennings didn't mention that Hay actively campaigned for the "rights" of pedophiles and publicly supported NAMBLA. But Jennings had to be aware of this fact. Two popular books about Hay- Radically Gay, edited by Will Roscoe and published in 1996, and The Trouble With Harry Hay, written by Stuart Timmons and published in 1990- documented Hay's support for NAMBLA. These books were issued by pro-homosexual or left-wing book publishers and popular among "gay" activists like Jennings.
The Timmons book shows Hay wearing a "NAMBLA walks with me" sign at a "gay rights" demonstration. Although Hay apparently never formally joined the organization, he spoke about his support for NAMBLA on many different occasions, including at NAMBLA conferences.
He did join the Communist Party (CPUSA) and remained a Marxist until the day he died.
Jennings was announced as the Assistant Deputy Secretary, Office of Safe & Drug Free Schools, in the Department of Education on May 19. His official biography mentions his role in creating an organization, the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), which is supposed to provide factual information about the history of the "gay rights" movement to teachers and students. But the references to Hay in GLSEN literature fail to include anything about his CPUSA, pro-NAMBLA or Radical Faerie activities.
For example, a GLSEN "Education Department Resource" pamphlet from the year 2000 identifies the Timmons book as "a readable biography of the founder of the first ongoing American gay rights group." That means that somebody at GLSEN read the book, including its discussion of Hay's pro-NAMBLA activities. But nothing is said about Hay's objectionable record.
It is certainly interesting that the GLSEN description of the Hay book sounds like what Jennings had himself said about Hay.
More to the point, GLSEN recommends a book Jennings himself edited entitled, Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay and Lesbian History for High School and College Students, which includes a favorable profile of Harry Hay by Timmons. Indeed, the material is from the Timmons book.
So the idea that Jennings was unfamiliar with Hay's pro-NAMBLA record is simply impossible to believe. It is the case that Hay supported the criminal sexual exploitation of children and the evidence indicates that Jennings knew about this but that his organization concealed the information from those who had a right to know about it.
Hay's support for NAMBLA grew out of his own sexual relationships as a child with adult predators. In his own twisted and bizarre world, Hay says he ultimately found the sexual abuse to be beneficial. By his own admission, he had a terrible relationship with his father, who beat him.
In the article, "Our Beloved Gay/Lesbian Movement at a Crossroads," Hay maintained that real child molestation involved the "sexual coercion of Gay and Lesbian youth into heterosexual identities and behaviors." Hay believed that homosexuals "should unite to sue the whole guilty hetero community for compensation" for practicing this "heterosexual coercion" on "Gay kids."
The praise of Hay by Jennings has led to questions about Jennings's relationship with NAMBLA itself. "We don't know if Mr. Jennings supports us or not," is all that a NAMBLA spokesman says. NAMBLA has a whole section of its website devoted to Hay.
LaBarbera contends that "It would seem fairly easy for Jennings to clarify his position on NAMBLA-all he has to do is issue a clear statement of his opposition to this evil 'man-boy love' organization."
But even if he were to condemn NAMBLA in strong terms, there is still the matter of why his organization, which targets young people, promotes a favorable book about a communist pervert.
Hannity On The Attack
Sean Hannity of Fox News, who has called for the firing of Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings, interviewed a former FBI agent, Bob Hamer, who infiltrated the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) and documented their criminal activities. Asked if Jennings had been unaware of Hay's pro-NAMBLA activities when he said that Hay had been an inspiration to him, Hamer replied that Jennings "knew the agenda of Harry Hay and he certainly supported Harry Hay and Harry Hay is a strong advocate of NAMBLA."
Hannity asked, "And so Jennings had to have known that?"
Hamer replied, "Well, certainly. Harry Hay didn't hide his support for NAMBLA."
After he turned to Marxism and embarked on a career of homosexual activism, Hay abandoned his wife, a fellow member of the CPUSA. He had been introduced to the Communist Party by actor Will Geer, who played Grandpa on "The Waltons" television show and was a communist himself.
Interestingly, the federally-funded National Endowment for the Arts and Corporation for Public Broadcasting put taxpayer dollars into a 2002 film, "Hope Along the Wind: The Life of Harry Hay," which ignores Hay's support for NAMBLA and involvement in the occult but actually has some important and relevant information about his CPUSA activities.
Hay joined the Communist Party in 1934 and eventually resigned but not for ideological reasons. Rather, the controversy surrounding the CPUSA and the need to avoid bringing even more critical attention to Hay's homosexual organizing efforts prompted his leaving the Moscow-funded and -controlled apparatus.
The "Hope Along the Wind" film explains, "Many American Communists would leave the party when Joseph Stalin's reign of terror in the Soviet Union could no longer be denied. But when Harry Hay left in 1950 his reasons were very different."
In other words, Hay remained a Stalinist.
"During his years in New York City, between 1939 and 1942, when he had access to the [Communist] Party's library, he read the historical writings of Marx and Engels and took advanced classes in Marxist theory with the intention of becoming a Party educator," says Radically Gay. In fact, Hay did become a CPUSA "educator."
Reports of the California Senate Fact-finding Committee on Un-American Activities identify Hay by name as an instructor during the 1940s at the California Labor School, a CPUSA front whose purpose was to "teach, advocate and propagandize Marxism-Leninism." Hay is described as a leader in the party in charge of communist-style entertainment activities.
Hay was summoned to appear before the House Committee on Un-American Activities in 1954 to testify about his CPUSA membership. But because he was officially out of the party by then, he refused to talk about it.
His real contribution to communism in America was developing the idea that homosexuals, like the "workers" under capitalism, were being oppressed and had to
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assert their "rights." Although some CPUSA officials disapproved of the homosexual life-style, the Hay approach was seen as a means by which American society could be subverted and undermined.
Some have claimed that Hay was "expelled" from the CPUSA, but the film explains that Hay realized he needed to leave the Communist Party so that he could do his work organizing the Mattachine Society, the first official "gay rights" group, on a more effective basis. This is explained through interviews with Hay and Miriam Sherman, a Communist Party organizer who served as Hay's "boss" in the party.
Needless to say, the documented communist origin of the "gay rights" movement in the U.S. is not a subject you will see highlighted by "gay rights" groups or even discussed on the MSNBC cable show hosted by lesbian commentator Rachel Maddow.
The Radical Faeries
A Marxist atheist trained in materialism, Harry Hay tried to find spirituality in his own confused sexual identity, eventually developing the idea that he was a "Radical Faerie" who had male and female traits.
Hay's proposal for a "Spiritual Conference for Radical Faeries" included a poem from the notorious occultist Aleister Crowley. Stuart Timmons, author of The Trouble With Harry Hay, documents Hay's involvement with Crowley, noting that Hay played the organ for the Los Angeles lodge of Crowley's Order of the Eastern Temple, a "notorious anti-Christian spiritual group" where "homosexual sex-magic rituals" took place. A drug addict, Crowley wrote the book, The Diary of a Drug Fiend.
A photo of Hay, known as the "Father of the Faeries," shows him wearing pearls, a blouse, and what appears to be a rainbow dress. Hay himself referred to his fellow "Faeries" as "sissy men." Members of his group gathered in the woods on a regular basis and paid homage to the earth.
Hay's confusion about sexual identity is something that should be pitied and studied. But it has been elevated by the "homosexual community" into another "right" to be guaranteed by government. This has now become known as the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender) "community."
Demonstrating that he was familiar with the career of Harry Hay, Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings noted in his 1997 speech that "In 1948, he [Hay] tried to get people to join the Mattachine Society." What Jennings did not say, perhaps deliberately so, was that the Mattachine Society was a communist front organization, another effort in the campaign to use and exploit homosexuals to undermine American society.
The "Hope Along the Wind" film notes that a "Marxist education Class" being taught by Hay produced several recruits for the new organization. Hay himself said, "All of them [the founders] thought of themselves as Marxists. We're all thinking in the same direction, feeling in the same direction, looking in the same way and feeling in our bodies: this is the beginning of a brotherhood. And this is the beginning of what we were going to be calling six months later the Mattachine Society."
These Marxists, led by Hay, expanded Hay's original Marxist idea that homosexuals were considered oppressed by the capitalist system and in need of special rights. But Hay's communist connections proved to be too controversial even at this time and he eventually left this organization as well.
Hay supported the 1948 presidential candidacy of Henry Wallace on the communist-dominated Progressive Party Ticket. Later, he acted within the Democratic Party, working as a member of Jesse Jackson's "rainbow coalition" to elect the black activist as president. Today, five states have legalized "gay marriage," the Democratic Party officially supports "gay rights," and President Obama wants to provide them access to the U.S. military. Harry Hay would be "proud."
Hay remained true to the communist cause to the end of his life in 2002. One of his last public roles was as a representative of the "Radical Faerie Political Network" at the 1992 national convention of a Communist Party spin-off group, the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS).
Stuart Timmons, the author of The Trouble With Harry Hay, wrote that it "saddened" Hay after the demise of the old Soviet Union to see people "throwing out the baby with the bath water" in completely denouncing communism. "Marxism needs to be revised, based on new scientific knowledge, particularly of human behavior," Hay said. "The underlying methodology will be proved sound."
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