Navy Builds Ship to Honor LGBT Icon Who Allegedly Had Sexual Relationships with Young Boys
The Navy is constructing a ship named after LGBT rights pioneer Harvey Milk, the former San Francisco Mayor who has been turned into a folk hero by homosexuals the world over.
“In the 1950s, Harvey Milk served in the U.S. Navy while stationed in San Diego. Today construction begins on the USNS Harvey Milk. We’re proud of the history Harvey Milk had in SD and that this vessel will represent freedom and acceptance here and abroad,” San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer wrote in a Tweet.
While Milk has been whitewashed as a hero, he – like many LGBT activists have shown in recent years – had a proclivity for young boys while he was alive according to reports.
Milk’s friend and biographer admitted that “Harvey always had a penchant for young waifs with substance abuse problems.” He was reportedly a statutory rapist who targeted the most vulnerable of children with his predations. One of his alleged victims was a 16-year-old runaway Jack Galen McKinley from Maryland.
Columnist Matt Barber, who called Milk a “demonstrably, categorically an evil man,” described Milk’s alleged illicit relationship with McKinley and other underage boys:
In his [Shilts’] glowing book “The Mayor of Castro Street,” he wrote of Milk’s “relationship” with the McKinley boy: ”… Sixteen-year-old McKinley was looking for some kind of father figure…. At 33, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him.”
… Randy Thomasson, child advocate and founder of SaveCalifornia.com, is one of the nation’s foremost experts on Harvey Milk. Of the Shilts biography, Thomasson notes, “Explaining Milk’s many flings and affairs with teenagers and young men, Randy Shilts writes how Milk told one ‘lover’ why it was OK for him to also have multiple relationships simultaneously: ‘As homosexuals, we can’t depend on the heterosexual model.… We grow up with the heterosexual model, but we don’t have to follow it. We should be developing our own lifestyle. There’s no reason why you can’t love more than one person at a time.’”
Whereas McKinley, a disturbed runaway boy, desperately sought a “father figure” to provide empathy, compassion, wisdom and direction, he instead found Harvey Milk: a promiscuous sexual predator who found, in McKinley, an opportunity to satisfy a perverse lust for underage flesh.
Years later McKinley committed suicide.
Milk was also a prominent supporter of Reverend Jim Jones, the infamous cult leader who forced his followers to drink poisonous kool aid and commit mass suicide at his compound in Guyana in 1978. Milk wrote a letter to former President Jimmy Carter vouching for Jones and defending his abduction of John Stoen, a 6-year-old boy who would later perish with 275 other children at the hands of the madman cult leader.
“Rev. Jones is widely known in the minority communities here and elsewhere as a man of the highest character, who has undertaken constructive remedies for social problems which have been amazing in their scope and effectiveness,” Milk wrote to Carter.
“Not only is the life of a child at stake, who currently has loving and protective parents in the Rev. and Mrs. Jones, but our official relations with Guyana could stand to be jeopardized, to the potentially great embarrassment of our State Department,” he added.
Because of the supremacy of the LGBT movement, Milk is remembered as a trailblazer and martyr instead of the degenerate pederast he reportedly was.