Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Worcester Police Recognize "UNNATURAL" Acts

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette reported a "sex raid" last weekend (Jan. 14-15), leading to the arrest of male homosexuals in a "gay" movie theater who were engaging in "unnatural acts". (See the New England Cable News video: click on "Police sting".) Also in that part of town, men seeking female prostitutes were arrested. In all, seventeen were taken into custody on Friday and Saturday. Not only that, but the local news censured those arrested by publishing their names! Just like the good old days.

But wait -- how can this be? I thought male homosexual behavior was entirely natural and good, and worthy of societal approval ... And what's wrong with "sex workers" making a living?

The good news here is that some of our law enforcement officials still know the difference between "natural" and "unnatural".

The bad news is, the rest of our state government doesn't think there is any distinction between "natural" and "unnatural". The Supreme Judicial Court, the Governor, and the leadership in the Legislature seem to think such behaviors are worthy of state sanctions, including the ultimate sanction of "marriage".

And the U.S. Supreme Court (according to its 2003 Lawrence v. Texas ruling) would disagree with the Worcester Police! As Justice Scalia pointed out, "This [2003 ruling] effectively decrees the end of all morals legislation. State laws against bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality, and obscenity ... Every single one of these laws is called into question by today's decision."

This is where the homosexual extremists and their fellow travellers want us to go: No anti-sodomy laws, legalized prostitution, no age of consent restrictions (the concept of pederasty negated), no restrictions on the number of parties in a "marriage", no such thing as public lewdness, etc.

How long until the radical homosexuals legally challenge the Worcester Police? From the Worcester T & G:

January 17. 2005 4:45AM
Police make multiple arrests in sex raids

WORCESTER— It was supposed to be a simple reconnaissance trip, a test to see if word had spread that police were watching. Instead, two vice squad officers checking inside the Paris Cinema on Franklin Street on Saturday afternoon found six men engaging in sexual acts in the theater. They, just as 11 men the night before, were arrested.There’s a quality-of-life issue and a public health issue, police said. ...

On Friday, the sting went into its final mode, with a police raid to catch people in the acts. Eleven people were arrested immediately, seven on charges of engaging in unnatural acts and four on charges of indecent exposure. Then on Saturday, police found the same thing and six other men were arrested. During the chaos of police flashlights and handcuffs, other patrons sat quietly enjoying their movie. Their clothes were on and they paid no attention to the raid.