A disturbing and unexpected side-effect of the Chilean clerical sex abuse scandal has been the conversation reported by Juan Carlos Cruz, one of the three young men who reported priest sex abuse.
“Speaking to Spanish newspaper El País, Cruz said: “He [the Pope] told me,
‘Juan Carlos, that you are gay does not matter. God made you like this and loves you like this and I don’t care.
“The pope loves you like this. You have to be happy with who you are.”
In an earlier post, we noted, “See what a master of Public Relations this pope is. He is using the unfortunate victim of clerical abuse, Cruz, to demonstrate, “Look at him, he’s a sodomite, and he’s happy! God loves Him this way, therefore sexual abuse is not abuse at all. It is merely an initiation rite into the elite!”
Thus, the pope skillfully spins the priest sex abuse scandal into a happy outcome. It can’t have been so tragic for the lad, after all, because Cruz accepts sodomy as his lifestyle now. The impression is given that if he likes it now, he must not have been too traumatized by it then. Poor Cruz doesn’t even realized that he is continuing to be a victim.
In fact, the North American Man Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) has been making just that point for years now. Their motivation is clearly self-interest, as is the Pope’s in this case. By assuring Cruz that “God loves you like this” and “The pope loves you like this”, the pope is jovially conveying the message that no harm was done, because Cruz obviously prefers sodomy so much that he makes it his personal identity.
From Joseph Sciambra’s review of the film, “Call me by your name”,
“One of the more disturbing and deceptive aspects of the film is the usually awkward Elio suddenly becoming aggressive towards his attraction for Oliver; even after being rebuffed – he grabs the older man’s crotch. This sort of misrepresentation is reminiscent of NAMBLA and child molester talking-points who repeatedly claim that abused children instigated and enjoyed their own molestation. This delusional thought pattern by male pedophiles was horrifically explored in the 1994 documentary “Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys,” in which several men explained how children supposedly flirted and seduced them.