Posted on | January 31, 2014 | 35 Comments
Environmentalists are rallying to the defense of an anti-fracking activist who has advocated pedophilia and incest after a Pennsylvania court barred her from entering any land owned or leased by a local oil company. . . .
“My new heroine is called Vera Scroggins,” one environmental activist declared. “Go Vera!” cheered another. . . .
Scroggins expressed her desire for parents to engage their children sexually at a young age in a series of messages in 2001 posted to an online message board called Peacelist.
“Are there cultures that mothers or fathers pleasure their children and teenagers sexually or genitally and also possibly initiate them into sexual expression at some point?” she asked.
“I have had intuitive thoughts that such would be a healthy way for parents to interact with their children and introduce their children to sensual/sexual pleasure and bonding and loving practices.”
“Who better to do it, than the parents first?” she wrote.
Scroggins now claims (of course) that she was “taken out of context,” but Peacelist was “dedicated to the advancement of the human species by restoring its natural peacefulness, through the means of affectionate parenting and sexual freedom.” The founder of Peacelist, Eric Moller, is a German who advocated the importance “of youth affectional sexual relationships for peaceful and loving behaviors.” If that sounds familiar, it should:
In recent months, many in Germany have been discussing the extent to which the Green Party in the 1980s allowed itself to be manipulated by pedophiles. . . .
“The gay movement did not distance itself from men who acted on their desire for children; rather, it took them under its wing. . . . The gay movement helped pedophiles in entirely practical ways.”
During the final decade of the Cold War, the far left in West Germany went from being Reds to being Greens. Their interest in “peace” was anti-American — opposing the U.S. military build-up that helped bankrupt the Soviet Union — and so was their “environmentalism,” in that it was opposed to the free-market economies of the West, while ignoring the environmental degradation under Soviet rule. Their abnormal ideas about sex are consistent with Herbert Marcuse and other theorists of cultural Marxism.
UPDATE: The basic ideas of Peacelist were expounded on a site that states in all caps: “CULTURES THAT PUNISH INFANTS OR REPRESS SEXUALITY ARE VIOLENT.” You will perhaps be surprised — but then again, perhaps not — to learn that they derive these ideas from a Ph.D. psychologist, James W. Prescott, who is an advocate of abortion and whose curriculum vitae lists such works as “The Sensuous Infant” and “The Role of Physical Pleasure in the Development of Moral Behaviors: Towards A Science of Humanism.” Also, he once published an article in Hustler.