George Takei, Star Trek’s ‘Sulu,’ Wants Your ‘Gay’ Babies
George Takei gained fame and some fortune in the Star Trek TV show and the motion picture series of the Sci-Fi classic playing USS Enterprise helmsman Hikaru Sulu
A few years ago, Takei announced that he was “gay.” William Shatner and Takei have had an ongoing feud. I don’t know if it has anything to do with Takei’s homosexuality. “In 2008 [Shatner] branded George ‘sick’ and ‘psychotic’ and claimed he feels ‘nothing but pity for him,’ as he responded to numerous attacks and snubs.”
The following might be some of the reason that Shatner has had problems with Takei:
“Speaking on LGBT issues at the National Press Club on Friday, actor George Takei said he loved young, straight couples ‘because they’re going to be making the gay babies of tomorrow.’
“‘I love young people, especially young, straight couples, because they’re going to be making the gay babies of tomorrow,’ said Takei, who is best known for playing Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu on the ‘Star Trek’ TV series and movies.”
People who engage in same-sex sex are made, not born. And they are often made by people who had been abused sexually. Many homosexuals have designs on children to make them in their own sexual image.
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Allan Dobras, a freelance writer on religious and cultural issues and an electronics engineer, may have pinpointed the catalyst for most of the gender bending that is touted as normal behavior:
“Many gay celebrities have admitted they were victims of childhood sexual abuse including Rosie O’Donnell, Ellen DeGeneres, Anne Heche, Julie Cypher, Melissa Etheridge, swimming star Greg Louganis, and Chastity Bono, who disclosed how she was seduced as a child into the ‘gay’ lifestyle by one of Cher Bono’s lesbian friends. Additionally, many of the young boys seduced by priests were drawn into the homosexual lifestyle by the experience.
“Gay-rights activists and their apologists have waged an effective brass knuckles campaign to portray homosexuality as inborn and unchangeable and therefore deserving of acceptance, affirmation, and codification into law. Nevertheless, declaring something to be true doesn’t make it so, nor does it make it right.”
Chastity Bono wrote in her memoir The End of Innocence (2003) that when she was 11 years old she was sexually seduced by “Joan,” a lesbian friend of Cher’s who later became Chastity’s sexual confidant. What was her mother’s reaction to the statutory rape of her prepubescent daughter?: “This will be a good life experience for you.” Chastity writes:
“My mom wasn’t always around, since she was working, so Joan [Cher’s lesbian friend] sort of filled in that gap … I just focused on the fact that I wasn’t getting enough attention, and I often felt lonely or abandoned. When I spent time with Joan, I felt like the center of attention…” (10–11).
Chastity wasn’t born a man. She was looking for love, affection, and someone to pay attention to her. Her molestation so messed with her mind that she didn’t know who she was. Liberals have turned Chastity into a cause célèbre to further their cultural transformation agenda. One by one the old moral taboos are being retrofitted just like Chastity was retrofitted into becoming Chaz.
George Takei has designs on the children of tomorrow to make them homosexual compliant. The goal of the homosexual community has always been to normalize the abnormal, and it’s been done through media as this report shows:
“The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has issued a new report boasting that ‘TV hasn’t merely reflected the changes in social attitudes; it has also had an important role in bringing them about. Time and again, it’s been shown that personally knowing an LGBT person is one of the most influential factors in shifting one’s views on LGBT issues, but in the absence of that, many viewers have first gotten to know us as television characters.’”
Of course, only the “soft side” of homosexuality is portrayed. You will never see a “Gay Pride” parade or the destructive nature of homosexuality shown on shows like “Will and Grace” and “Modern Family.” The false flag of homosexual normalcy has always been the goal: “There’s no wonder that a Gallup poll in 2011 found that on average, American adults estimate that 25 percent of Americans are homosexual. They’re getting that crazy idea from TV.”