George Takei, who starred as Commander Sulu in the hist “Star Trek” television series in the late 1960s, appears in TV commercials for Taco Bell and is a frequent critics of President Trump. Additionally, he has been revealed as an advocate of homosexual pedophilia.

In a radio interview with shock jock Howard Stern, Takei was asked about his first homosexual experiences as a 13-year-old boy at a summer camp. When Stern asked “Were you molested?,” Takei answered, “No. Because I thought he was attractive. And he was.” Takei said that it was a camp counselor, aged 18 to 19 years, who masturbated him to orgasm.

The octogenarian Takei recalled in the interview that the experience was both “delightful” and “scary.” He also admitted that he was attracted to the counselor because of the latter’s blonde hair and fit physique. Takei described the young man, who was the counselor in the cabin in which Takei was assigned, as sexually “experienced.” At the time, Takei said that he himself was not certain of his sexual orientation. Of the counselor, Takei laughed when he said, “I liked him. He was blond. I still remember the blond forearms!” After bantering with Takei, Stern asked “Were you molested, in a sense, when you were thirteen?” Takei answered, “No, I thought he was pretty attractive.  and he was."

The recording of Takei’s conversation with Stern was uploaded on February 20 in the midst of a widening controversy over Milo Yiannopoulos, a homosexual Briton and conservative provocateur in which he was judged to have expressed support of some instances of sexual contact between adults and minors.

Today, Yiannopoulos resigned his position as editor of Breitbart News after also being dropped from the line-up of speakers at the coming annual Conservative Political Action Conference. Also, Simon and Schuster publishers terminated a deal to publish a book by Yiannopoulos.

Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow described Yiannopoulos' described Yiannopoulos comments as "absolutely indefensible."

In a statement released today, Yiannopoulos wrote, "Breitbart News has stood by me when others caved. They have allowed me to carry conservative and libertarian ideas to communities that would otherwise never have heard them." He blamed his "poor choice of words" in a widely circulated video as acting to "detract from my colleagues' important reporting."

Over the weekend, videos emerged on social media that showed that Yiannopoulos commented on sexual contact between minors and homosexual adults. In one of the videos, Yiannopoulos is heard to say, "In the homosexual world, particularly, some of those relationships between younger boys and older men — the sort of 'coming of age' relationship — those relationships in which those older men help those young boys discover who they are and give them security and safety and provide them with love and a reliable, sort of rock, where they can't speak to their parents." Yiannopoulos said in one of the videos.

Yiannopoulos predicted his book ‘Dangerous’ will ultimately be published, while he also said he will soon announce an independent media venture. He said he will donate 10 percent of the royalties to child abuse charities. In a New York press conference, Yiannopoulos said that the video showed him talking about his own past, and that he did not view his experience as abuse. He said, "I would like to restate my disgust at adults who abuse minors." He apologized to those he offended, including "other abuse victims who may have interpreted what is aid as flippant or uncaring." He claimed that the controversy is the result of a "cynical media witch hunt."



SHARE

Short Link

Spero News editor Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. His first novel 'Shaken Earth', is available at Amazon.

Comments

RELATED NEWS