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    Like Jeffrey Epstein, LGBTQ hero Harvey Milk also liked them young

    After his mysterious demise, celebrity predator-pervert Jeffrey Epstein still manages to dominate the news. That calls for a look back at another man who also liked ‘em young, but who has become a civil-rights hero with glowing memorials on every hand.

    As NBC News reports, the Harvey Milk Terminal at the San Francisco International Airport is “the first in the country to be named for an LGBTQ leader.” The recently opened $2.4 billion terminal contains an exhibition titled “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope,” which honors “the first openly gay individual elected to public office in California.”

    In 2016 Ray Maybus, Navy Secretary of POTUS 44, named Military Sealift Command fleet oiler the USNS Harvey Milk. Born in 1931, in Woodmere, New York, Milk claimed the Navy tossed him for being homosexual. In fact, as biographer Randy Shilts noted in The Mayor of Castro Street, after serving nearly four years, Milk was honorably discharged in 1955 as a lieutenant, junior grade. Milk cast himself as a victim so people will “feel sorry for me, and then vote for me.”

    Milk worked as a production aid on Jesus Christ Superstar and was invited to work on the San Francisco production of Hair. After stints in New York and Los Angeles, Milk and his partner Scott Smith moved to San Francisco. As Daniel Flynn explains in Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco, they funded their lifestyle with unemployment checks, and Milk’s “political evolution from Goldwater conservative to tax-and-spend liberal corresponded with his personal evolution from taxpayer to tax taker.” Milk’s camera shop was insolvent but became a meeting place of sorts.

    As Flynn notes, “Milk’s taste in men veered toward boys.” Milk was nearly 17 years older than teenager Joe Campbell and Jack Galen was only 16 to Milk’s 33. Former Marine Oliver “Bill” Sipple slept with men and “knew that Harvey Milk slept with boys.” In a letter to Sipple, Milk said he had many things to do that day, such as “cook dinner, $#@! Jack, take a bath, $#@! Jack, listen to some music, $#@! Jack, wash the dishes, $#@! Jack,” and so on.

    In September of 1975, Sipple managed to stop leftist radical Sara Jane Moore from assassinating President Gerald Ford. After this heroic act, Milk proceeded to out Sipple without his consent. As Flynn notes, “Harvey Milk outed Bill Sipple as a homosexual. Bill Sipple never outed Harvey Milk as a pederast.”

    Harvey Milk was also attracted to Jim Jones who, Flynn recalls, “used the pulpit to extoll homosexuality.” So Milk became one of Jones’ most eager advocates, writing, “Such greatness I have found at Jim Jones’ People’s Temple.” Jones responded with support for Milk’s campaigns but nothing about Jones emerges in the Oscar-winning Milk, a 2008 feature film starring Sean Penn.

    Blue-collar Democrat Dan White, a former policeman and firefighter, voted with Milk to support gay issues. Supervisor White has been portrayed as a right-wing anti-gay bigot but as Flynn explains, “this isn’t true.” And it wasn’t true that White killed Milk because he was gay.

    Flynn cites supervisor Dianne Feinstein, who said “this had nothing to do with anybody’s sexual orientation. It had to do with getting back his position.”

    So Harvey Milk was not a victim of anti-gay violence, and had not been kicked out of the U.S. Navy because he was homosexual. As Flynn laments, “myths prove harder to kill than men.”

    Besides the feature film, Milk was the subject of the 1984 Oscar-winning documentary The Times of Harvey Milk.

    In August of 2009, POTUS 44 awarded Harvey Milk the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The posthumous winner “dedicated his life to shattering boundaries and challenging assumptions. As one of the first openly gay elected officials in this country, he changed the landscape of opportunity for the nation's gay community. Throughout his life, he fought discrimination with visionary courage and conviction.” To honor Milk’s legacy, “the White House will recognize a group of outstanding openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) state and local elected and appointed officials as ‘Harvey Milk Champions of Change.’”

    In 2016, Navy Secretary Mabus named a ship the USNS Harvey Milk. In 2019, San Francisco unveils the $2.4 billion Harvey Milk Terminal, with the exhibit “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope.” All this for a man whose founding story was bogus, like the myths following his murder in 1978. All this for a pederast, generally defined as “anal intercourse between a man of undetermined older age and a male who is underage.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    After his mysterious demise, celebrity predator-pervert Jeffrey Epstein still manages to dominate the news. That calls for a look back at another man who also liked ‘em young, but who has become a civil-rights hero with glowing memorials on every hand.
    As NBC News reports, the Harvey Milk Terminal at the San Francisco International Airport is “the first in the country to be named for an LGBTQ leader.” The recently opened $2.4 billion terminal contains an exhibition titled “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope,” which honors “the first openly gay individual elected to public office in California.”
    In 2016 Ray Maybus, Navy Secretary of POTUS 44, named Military Sealift Command fleet oiler the USNS Harvey Milk. Born in 1931, in Woodmere, New York, Milk claimed the Navy tossed him for being homosexual. In fact, as biographer Randy Shilts noted in The Mayor of Castro Street, after serving nearly four years, Milk was honorably discharged in 1955 as a lieutenant, junior grade. Milk cast himself as a victim so people will “feel sorry for me, and then vote for me.”
    Milk worked as a production aid on Jesus Christ Superstar and was invited to work on the San Francisco production of Hair. After stints in New York and Los Angeles, Milk and his partner Scott Smith moved to San Francisco. As Daniel Flynn explains in Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco, they funded their lifestyle with unemployment checks, and Milk’s “political evolution from Goldwater conservative to tax-and-spend liberal corresponded with his personal evolution from taxpayer to tax taker.” Milk’s camera shop was insolvent but became a meeting place of sorts.
    As Flynn notes, “Milk’s taste in men veered toward boys.” Milk was nearly 17 years older than teenager Joe Campbell and Jack Galen was only 16 to Milk’s 33. Former Marine Oliver “Bill” Sipple slept with men and “knew that Harvey Milk slept with boys.” In a letter to Sipple, Milk said he had many things to do that day, such as “cook dinner, $#@! Jack, take a bath, $#@! Jack, listen to some music, $#@! Jack, wash the dishes, $#@! Jack,” and so on.
    In September of 1975, Sipple managed to stop leftist radical Sara Jane Moore from assassinating President Gerald Ford. After this heroic act, Milk proceeded to out Sipple without his consent. As Flynn notes, “Harvey Milk outed Bill Sipple as a homosexual. Bill Sipple never outed Harvey Milk as a pederast.”
    Harvey Milk was also attracted to Jim Jones who, Flynn recalls, “used the pulpit to extoll homosexuality.” So Milk became one of Jones’ most eager advocates, writing, “Such greatness I have found at Jim Jones’ People’s Temple.” Jones responded with support for Milk’s campaigns but nothing about Jones emerges in the Oscar-winning Milk, a 2008 feature film starring Sean Penn.
    Blue-collar Democrat Dan White, a former policeman and firefighter, voted with Milk to support gay issues. Supervisor White has been portrayed as a right-wing anti-gay bigot but as Flynn explains, “this isn’t true.” And it wasn’t true that White killed Milk because he was gay.



    Flynn cites supervisor Dianne Feinstein, who said “this had nothing to do with anybody’s sexual orientation. It had to do with getting back his position.”
    So Harvey Milk was not a victim of anti-gay violence, and had not been kicked out of the U.S. Navy because he was homosexual. As Flynn laments, “myths prove harder to kill than men.”
    Besides the feature film, Milk was the subject of the 1984 Oscar-winning documentary The Times of Harvey Milk.
    In August of 2009, POTUS 44 awarded Harvey Milk the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The posthumous winner “dedicated his life to shattering boundaries and challenging assumptions. As one of the first openly gay elected officials in this country, he changed the landscape of opportunity for the nation's gay community. Throughout his life, he fought discrimination with visionary courage and conviction.” To honor Milk’s legacy, “the White House will recognize a group of outstanding openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) state and local elected and appointed officials as ‘Harvey Milk Champions of Change.’”
    In 2016, Navy Secretary Mabus named a ship the USNS Harvey Milk. In 2019, San Francisco unveils the $2.4 billion Harvey Milk Terminal, with the exhibit “Harvey Milk: Messenger of Hope.” All this for a man whose founding story was bogus, like the myths following his murder in 1978. All this for a pederast, generally defined as “anal intercourse between a man of undetermined older age and a male who is underage.”


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    Today, San Francisco International Airport opened nine gates at the brand new, $2.4 billion Harvey Milk Terminal 1 with flights from Southwest Airlines and JetBlue.”

    Surprised it wasn’t United’s terminal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Today, San Francisco International Airport opened nine gates at the brand new, $2.4 billion Harvey Milk Terminal 1 with flights from Southwest Airlines and JetBlue.”

    Surprised it wasn’t United’s terminal.
    They were outbid?
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    Exclamation Should Harvey Milk Day Be Repealed in California?

    Harvey Milk was a San Francisco politician in the 1970s well known for activism in the LGBT movement. We've named a Navy ship after him, made him a postage stamp, and Obama even gave Harvey Milk the presidential medal of freedom! Why? Because the LGBT movement is attempting to whitewash history.


    Harvey Milk was an LGBT icon, who had a love of young boys. I encourage you to read the book "Mayor of Castro Street" for more information. Randy Shilts explains himself, how Milk had a long history of pursuing boys as young as 16. He was a near 50 year old man pursuing teenage boys. According to Gerard Dols and others, he would get into contact and convince them to run away from home to be with him in San Francisco. More than a few boys who had liasons with Harvey Milk, ended up suicidal soon after.


    Harvey was purposefully putting these boys into a situation where they'd be susceptible to coercion, isolating them from their families. He would give them a place to sleep and food to eat, with the expectation of sex soon after. And it wasn't as if the boys could easily return home a day later. No, Harvey started relationships with them. And in the case of Jack Galen McKinley, Harvey would eventually tire of them and pursue other men.


    If this was a 50 year old man pursuing 16 year old girls, the world would be in an uproar. But because the victims were boys, society has given Harvey Milk a free pass. Sexuality and gender are no excuse for sexual assault. Harvey Milk was a sexual predator. And his support for Jim Jones is just another reason why Harvey Milk Day, must be cancelled.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WarmPotato View Post
    Harvey Milk was a San Francisco politician in the 1970s well known for activism in the LGBT movement. We've named a Navy ship after him, made him a postage stamp, and Obama even gave Harvey Milk the presidential medal of freedom! Why? Because the LGBT movement is attempting to whitewash history.


    Harvey Milk was an LGBT icon, who had a love of young boys. I encourage you to read the book "Mayor of Castro Street" for more information. Randy Shilts explains himself, how Milk had a long history of pursuing boys as young as 16. He was a near 50 year old man pursuing teenage boys. According to Gerard Dols and others, he would get into contact and convince them to run away from home to be with him in San Francisco. More than a few boys who had liasons with Harvey Milk, ended up suicidal soon after.


    Harvey was purposefully putting these boys into a situation where they'd be susceptible to coercion, isolating them from their families. He would give them a place to sleep and food to eat, with the expectation of sex soon after. And it wasn't as if the boys could easily return home a day later. No, Harvey started relationships with them. And in the case of Jack Galen McKinley, Harvey would eventually tire of them and pursue other men.


    If this was a 50 year old man pursuing 16 year old girls, the world would be in an uproar. But because the victims were boys, society has given Harvey Milk a free pass. Sexuality and gender are no excuse for sexual assault. Harvey Milk was a sexual predator. And his support for Jim Jones is just another reason why Harvey Milk Day, must be cancelled.

    Wow! Never heard of any of this. But I just looked up the Milk / Jonestown connection. And he was murdered not long after the Jonesdown mass suicide? Wow!

    https://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=30886

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    Alexander Hamilton, George Floyd, Harvey Milk. They certainly have developed a fetish for lionizing bastards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Kind of makes you wonder...
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    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankind…it’s people I can’t stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Alexander Hamilton, George Floyd, Harvey Milk. They certainly have developed a fetish for lionizing bastards.
    Because they are the same.
    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankind…it’s people I can’t stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

    A Zero Hedge comment

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    Milk a high profile pedo like Epstein offed himself how convenient. He probably was involved with Pelosi's husband some how.



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