Is there any literate person left in the United States who reads more than comic books and comic strips who does not understand that left-liberals have for a long time now been waging a war against all Christians in general and against the Catholic Church in particular?

In the Obamanation the list of plans and projects which are unashamedly anti-Catholic in their purpose grows every week.  From “making abortion more rare” by funding abortions at home and abroad, to removing the conscience clause for health care workers thereby forcing them out of the areas of the medical profession where they cannot in good conscience perform immoral procedures, to forcing Catholic adoption agencies to place boys for adoption with gay couples, all of these are but the forerunners of more to come.

Left-liberals in Congress, in state legislatures, sitting on Federal and State judges benches, all are determined to adopt the LBTG agenda of punishing the Catholic Church for its opposition, not to homosexuals, but to homosexual activity.  The Church has loudly proclaimed its openness to provide for the spiritual welfare of homosexuals, but it draws the line at validating the various agendas of the LBTG organizations which seek to legitimize homosexual genital activity.

The case of Catholic Social Services offices across the nation regarding the placing of boys for adoption with gay couples is particularly disturbing.  In Boston and San Francisco Catholic Social Service adoption agencies have been forced to close their doors in the face of legal efforts by governments to compel such adoptions.

The case which now has become a major scandal at Duke University as described by Mike Adams in the article below offers some evidence why the Catholic Church is unwilling to risk the moral, physical, spiritual well-being of children by placing them in jeopardy in situations Adams describes.

There is more than a little hypocrisy in the efforts of left-liberals who were so vociferous in pleading the case for the victims of clerical pedophilia to now try to force the Church to place boys in the homes of gay adoptive parents.  Granted, there may be many adoptive homes where boys are treated well by gay parents, but since the danger exists why deliberately place boys in harms way.

Mike Adams is Professor of Criminology at Duke University and for some time now has been waging war on the Duke University faculty and administration for its extreme bias as manifested, for example, in their conduct during the LaCrosse players ‘rape case.’



by Mike Adams Columnist
28 June 09

It looks like Duke University has another rape case on its hands.
This one may hurt the university nearly as much as the one that rocked its campus back in 2006.
Unlike the previous case,
this one appears to involve a credible confession of sexual abuse.
Like the previous case,
crucial facts are already being filtered through the prism of identity politics.

Frank Lombard is the associate director of Duke’s Center for Health Policy.
The university administrator was recently arrested by the FBI
and charged with offering up his adopted 5-year-old son for sex.
I tried to contact Frank Lombard over the weekend
to probe his expertise regarding the health benefits of raping small children.
So far, he’s declined to comment.

University administrator Lombard
is accused of logging on to a chat room online
and describing himself as a “perv dad for fun.”
The detective who wisely looked into the suspicious screen name
says that Lombard admitted to molesting his own adopted son.
All this was before allegedly inviting a stranger to travel to North Carolina
from another state to statutorily rape his already-molested adopted son.

If Lombard is convicted,
he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison.
His arrest comes about a year after the Court decided that child rapists
cannot be executed because “society” has “evolved”
to the point where such executions would be “indecent.”

If this case goes to trial, it could be an interesting one to watch. But it will be just as interesting to watch the Duke faculty respond to these allegations. It didn’t take them long to respond when several white Duke Lacrosse players were accused of raping a black stripper. A whopping 88 professors signed a statement accusing the players of both racism and rape. Such was their regard for the presumption of innocence.

Perhaps even more stunning was the response of some professors after it became apparent that the white lacrosse players were innocent. After that became so obvious the school had to readmit the students, Professor Kate Holloway resigned her committee assignments in protest. By the way, the most common form of faculty protest these days is to refuse to work. Most people think this kind of protest is caused by arrogance. But the actual cause is a thing called “tenure.”

So it will be interesting to see how Duke faculty members respond to Frank Lombard. Because he is white, Lombard is fair game at Duke, isn’t he? But Lombard is also gay, so will that complicate things?

Unfortunately for Frank Lombard, the affidavit in support of his arrest warrant shows that this second Duke rape case will also have a strong racial component. According to a confidential source (CS) a man using the user name “cooper2” or “cooperse” logged onto an internet-based video chat room. CS saw him perform oral sex on an African-American child under the age of ten. He also performed other acts on the child, which are too obscene to be described in this column.

The user name “cooper2” has now been linked to Frank Lombard, the associate director Duke University’s Center for Health Policy. A second source has now alleged that “cooper2” has confessed to being “into incest” and that he has adopted two African American children.

The only good news coming out of this story is about Frank Lombard’s live-in homosexual partner. The affidavit in support of Lombard’s arrest warrant shows that he made special arrangements when molesting the child – sometimes even by drugging the child – to make sure his partner did not find out.

Records also indicate that Frank Lombard made a contribution to the Genesis Home in 2003. The Genesis Home is an organization that assists needy families in making a transition out of homelessness, in part by maintaining a child care center. The organization’s website features numerous photographs of African-American children under the age of ten.

The Associate Press (AP) did not mention the fact that the five-year old offered up for molestation was black. Bringing that fact to light might be damaging to the political coalition that exists between blacks and gays. Nor did the AP mention that the adopted child is being raised by a homosexual couple. Bringing that fact to light might harm the gay adoption movement.

I wrote this column because I believe that certain coalitions must be broken. And certain movements must be harmed. Let the political fallout begin.

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I am a retired Roman Catholic Bishop, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, Texas
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