May 15, 2023

Marxist Gay Man Michel Foucault Known As Godfather Of Queer Theory Was A Prolific, Serial Pedophile Rapist Of Children. Argued For The Eradication Of Age Of Consent Laws Down To INFANTS

UPDATE 5/15/23 at 9:25pm: Added info below.

Globalawareness101 published Queer Theory explained. I typed a transcript for you below:

Professor said, "There is a long correlation between anarchism and pedophilia and support for pedophilia.

Student shouts out as others grumble, "How about something relevant?"

Professor replied, "wait wait wait wait wait wait... that's a beautiful line and thank you so much for asking how about something relevant. I've been talking about rape culture all day and pedophilia and the support for pedophilia is not rape culture? Actually you're acting like this is a spurious connection. So we're going to play Jeopardy. We're going to play Queer Theory / Pedophilia Jeopardy.

Okay answer commonly called the Godfather of Queer Theory? Who is Foucault. 100 points.

Foucault. Another way to ask this is who argued, no I guess the answer would be who argued for the eradication of age of consent laws as in down to INFANTS? Who is Foucault.

Okay next one. The author of the founding document of Queer Theory? Who is Gayle Rubin.

What percentage, no the answer is 50%. Question is?

Student responds, "The amount in that article in defense of pedophilia, specifically "boy lovers" grown men who f*** boys.

Professor said, "And since you're not believing me quote this is in the founding documents of Queer Theory, "Like Communists and homosexuals of the 1950s, boy lovers are so stigmatized that it is difficult to find defenders of their civil liberties. Let alone for their erotic orientation." That's in the founding documents of Queer Theory. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm using facts.

Students applaud.

Professor said, "A thousand apologies. One must never let facts get in the way. Oh she also compared, by the way, she compared pedophilia to a preference for spicy food.

REPOST from March 14, 2022 French philosopher Michel Foucault ‘abused boys in Tunisia’ written by
written by Alex Coppen
March 28, 2021

Foucault is the most cited scholar in the humanities. His homosexual proclivities, and subsequent death from AIDS in 1984, are well-known. It turns out his nature was much worse than San Franscisco BDSM bathhouses: whilst working at the University of Tunis, he paid 8 year-old Tunisian Arab boys to sodomise them on top of gravestones. And the media knew about it.

What Are The Charges?

Wikipedia - that dire cesspit of partisan activism - has a typically bitesize, linguistically-sanitized section on Foucault's disturbing behaviour:
"Foucault was a vocal proponent of consensual adult-child underage sex and pedophilia, considering them signs of liberation of both actors. In 1977, along with Jean-Paul Sartre, Jacques Derrida, and other intellectuals, Foucault signed a petition to the French parliament calling for the decriminalization of all "consensual" sexual relations between adults and minors below the age of fifteen, the age of consent in France. He'd also written an open letter in the Le Monde in defense of three convicted pedophiles. Foucault has been described by the Windsor Star as a "pedophile guru".
It was so, so much worse. As the Academy knew, it wasn't just an "idea" he had.

In a March 2021 article, The Times (paywalled) details horrific claims from Guy Sorman:
The philosopher Michel Foucault, a beacon of today’s “woke” ideology, has become the latest prominent French figure to face a retrospective reckoning for sexually abusing children.

A fellow intellectual, Guy Sorman, has unleashed a storm among Parisian “intellos” with his claim that Foucault, who died in 1984 aged 57, was a paedophile rapist who had sex with Arab children while living in Tunisia in the late 1960s.

Sorman, 77, said he had visited Foucault with a group of friends on an Easter holiday trip to the village of Sidi Bou Said, near Tunis, where the philosopher was living in 1969. “Young children were running after Foucault saying ‘what about me? take me, take me’,” he recalled last week in an interview with The Sunday Times.

“They were eight, nine, ten years old, he was throwing money at them and would say ‘let’s meet at 10pm at the usual place’.” This, it turned out, was the local cemetery: “He would make love there on the gravestones with young boys. The question of consent wasn’t even raised.”

Sorman claimed that “Foucault would not have dared to do it in France”, comparing him to Paul Gauguin, the impressionist said to have had sex with young girls he painted in Tahiti, and Andre Gide, the novelist who preyed on boys in Africa. “There is a colonial dimension to this. A white imperialism.”

Sorman says he regrets not having reported Foucault to police at the time or denounced him in the press, calling his behaviour “ignoble” and “extremely morally ugly”.

But, he added, the French media already knew about Foucault’s behaviour. “There were journalists present on that trip, there were many witnesses, but nobody did stories like that in those days. Foucault was the philosopher king. He’s like our god in France.”

The Significance of Such A Wicked Man

Foucault's influence is everywhere. He is a psychopathic antichrist figure to the religiously-minded, as the ilk of Aleister Crowley. To the Academy, he is a philosophical genius who fathered the LGBT and gender movements.

His major works included:
  • Madness and Civilization (1961)
  • The Birth of the Clinic (1963)
  • The Order of Things (1966)
  • The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969)
  • Discipline and Punish (1975)
  • History of Sexuality (1976)
Foucault's essential thesis was power ("subjectivation"). Power, power, and then more power. Everything was about power. Institutions control us through their power over knowledge and language; power can be used to define knowledge. What we know is determined by the powerful.

Hence the axiom, knowledge = power.

At least two generations of academics worship him as a god-like figure. Thousands of journal papers mention the words, "Following Foucault....".

"Madness and Civilisation" looked at how we view insanity. His "Birth of the Clinic" detailed hospitals and psychiatry. "Discipline and Punish" is a critique of the prison system. "Archaeology of Knowledge" discusses how what we say and think is an "imprisonment", and finally, "History of Sexuality" outlines his ideas on how "alternative sexual expression" outside of familial marriage allegedly developed.


Put simply, Foucault's ideas are the intellectual framework of the Liberationism crusade.

Every weirdo, every nutjob academic, every outlier, every criminal, every degenerate, has the roots of their intellectual justifications found in this deeply evil man's brain.

Among those who were comprehensively influenced by Foucault were Giorgio Agamben ("biopower"), Edward Said ("Post-colonial Studies"), Pierre Bourdieu (anthropology), Gilles Deleuze (metaphysics), Talal Asad ("Cultural Anthropology'), David Halperin ("Queer theory"), Hubert Dreyfus (AI), Paul Rabinow (Anthropology), Jacques Ranciรจre (neo-Marxism), Fรฉlix Guattari ("Schizoanalysis"), and Stephen Greenblatt ("New Historicism"),

The Temple of Foucault is a staggering list of intellectual fraud.

One Special Mention: Queer Theory and Gender Studies

One disciple of Foucault is specifically prevalent in our own era: lesbian Marxist Gender Studies matriarch Judith Butler. Adjacent to trans activist (and former chemist) "Julia" Serano, she is credited with having developed the sociology offshoot of "Queer Theory" which merged with "Women's Studies" (i.e. Critical Theory and Feminism) which has produced the monster of "Gender Studies".

There are few things you can say about Butler which do her the appropriate justice: second only in academic fraud to Robin DiAngelo, winner of the "worst writing" award, author of preposterous and pretentious nonsense such as "performativity".
"If the immutable character of sex is contested, perhaps this construct called ‘sex’ is as culturally constructed as gender; indeed, perhaps it was always already gender, with the consequence that the distinction between sex and gender turns out to be no distinction at all.”
Utter, utter nonsense.

There is no more fitting tribute to someone of Foucault's character.

Butler is the author of "Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity" (1990) which has its thesis one of the dumbest ideas yet, formed as the bastard child of Freud, de Beauvoir, Lacan, Derrida, and St Foucault. That idea being biological sex, gender, and sexuality are involuntary "performances" over time coerced from "disciplinary" techniques, rather than anything to do with human biology.

It's a "work" so obscure and bizarre, it belongs in a museum in the "WTF" section. At one point she declares incest to be "a pervasive cultural fantasy".

This is where our "academics" get their current notions of "trans" activism from. There is a reason these people didn't make it to actual academic practice, or pass basic science class.

This link is further explored in multiple "meta" journal entries, such as .

Why Does Any Of This Matter?

The only thing more serious than child rape is child murder. It matters intensely.

As Right-wing thinking deviates towards demagoguery, Left-wing thinking tends towards religiosity and primitivism. What makes them differ is the latter positions have their religious outlet in Christian conservatism, whereas the former lack any at all. Left-wing disciples, more often than not, have an exposed religious nerve. Their politics tend to be inflame it, and their activism manifests religious cult behaviour.

Put simply: right-wingers go to church. Lefties are religiously-wired with no religion to follow. Their religion becomes politics and activism.

Foucault is one such "religious" figure in Left-wing ideology. He holds a sacred space as a saint of the sexual liberation and the downtrodden outliers.

Why this matters is straightforward: conservatives and classically liberal philosophers have been stating for decades that LGBT ideologies of "liberation" are correlated with seriously criminal sexual behaviours converging on the abuse of children. Moreover, they have been chastised for pointing out the moral state of these scholars and how it applies to their ideas.

Much of this "academic" material is intellectual justification of deeply morally-degenerate psychopathy, camouflaged within some kind of moral crusade for the ethical high ground.

In "Intellectuals", Paul Johnson placed a blinding spotlight on these figures. Roger Scruton followed with "Fools, Frauds, and Firebrands".

When an adult male cracks open the skull of a female competitor in an MMA ring, "trans" forum moderators are arrested for child porn, or campaigners are routing people's lives for not wanting to touch their genitals, something is horribly, horribly wrong.

The list of this predatory behaviour keeps growing.

If you are the disciple of a predatory child rapist, you need to re-evaluate your ideas. If your academic hero is a serial paedophile, there is no reason for anyone to listen to a word you have to say.

Foucault is cited 1.14 MILLION times by our "academics":
written by S.G. Cheah
April 4, 2021

Michel Foucault's ideas were terrible, and his personal life reflected it.

But Foucault wasn’t the only high-profile, intellectual darling of academia who was guilty of sexual abuse against children. Around him were other influential intellectual figures who shaped the ideas of today’s progressive politics.

Some Background on Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault is perhaps the most popular intellectual in the halls of academia. As the most cited researcher, his thoughts heavily influenced most of the ideas that are taught to our college students today. When we hear that “academia leans highly to the Left,” what this means is that the institutions of higher learning are dominated by thinkers like Foucault.

Recently, a personal friend of Foucault came forth with accusations about how Foucault used to engage in pedophilic sex tourism with young boys in Tunisia. He recalls how Foucault used to bribe desperate young children in poverty with money in exchange for sex at a cemetery.

As sordid as this accusation was, it’s hard to say it was actually shocking. Those who are familiar with Foucault’s intellectual history would have been aware that Foucault actively endorsed the legitimization of pedophilia. Among the most glaring clues for this was when he led the 1977 petition to lower the legal age of consent for sex with children.

The Flower Children’s Philosopher King

Foucault’s rise to prominence happened during the era of counter-culture in the ‘60s. You may have also heard of this as the era of the sexual revolution. Before the counter-culture revolution, society viewed sex as a sacred act reserved primarily for monogamous marriages. Foucault was an important figure who changed this view.

Foucault and his group of intellectuals were the driving force behind one of the most pivotal student uprisings in France that changed the course of Western culture globally. The movement was known as the May 1968 Student Protest in France.

It was a time when social taboos were broken on principle, for the main slogan of the 1968 student uprising was “It Is Forbidden To Forbid.” Nothing is out of the question. No behaviors should be deemed too repulsive. No human desire should be deemed taboo. Not even pedophilia.

If this seems hard to believe, do know that Foucault wasn’t alone in his endorsement of pedophilia. Numerous other prominent intellectuals supported Foucault’s view that pedophilia should be openly embraced by society at large. Here are two examples of famous intellectuals who not only promoted pedophilia, but were also sexually exploiting children themselves.

Simone de Beauvoir

Anyone who is familiar with feminist theory will recognize Simone de Beauvoir instantly. One of the most widely studied feminist thinkers, Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex laid the groundwork for the modern feminist movement. It was de Beauvoir’s work that brought forth the idea of “an oppressor vs. the oppressed.” Her ideas pitted women against men.

Simone de Beauvoir is famous for saying “One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.” This line of thought is also used to push for the mass acceptance of allowing children to transition into a different gender today.

Among her pedophilic enterprise was the grooming of underage girls for sex and later passing them over to be bedded by her long-time lover Jean-Paul Sartre. Using her power and position to procure young girls to be statutorily raped and sharing that experience with her boyfriend? You wouldn’t be wrong to think of her as the Ghislaine Maxwell of academia.

Jean-Paul Sartre

If Simone de Beauvoir was yesteryear’s Ghislaine Maxwell, then Jean-Paul Sartre was her Jeffrey Epstein. Sartre and de Beauvoir pursued an open relationship, whereby they shared sexual partners with each other. Usually, these partners were de Beauvoir’s students she seduced and later passed on to Sartre.

Another darling of academia, Sartre also signed the infamous petition to lower the age of consent in France. He was another progressive intellectual figure who hated capitalism and was part of the May 1968 protest.

Sartre was just as weird as Jeffrey Epstein and just as powerful in the field of philosophy. And like how no one really knows what Jeffrey Epstein did to acquire his wealth, no one really knows what Sartre works really meant either. However, we do know that he hated capitalism and advocated the superiority of Marxism. He was an admirer of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara.

The Core of the Pedophile Philosophy

The question we now have to ask is: “How could a group of grown adults, especially ones who were deemed ‘intellectually superior’ by the elitist circle, get away with the promotion of sexual abuse of children?” The answer can be found within the postmodernist philosophy.

At the root of postmodernism lies the subjectivity of values. Nothing is objectively right or wrong. Human morality is merely a social construct. And since society’s moral standards are merely constructed by the status quo, it’s imperative that we deconstruct social structures. This movement is known as “Poststructuralism” or “Deconstructionist” in academic circles. A real-life version of this that you might have encountered is “Down with systemic racism in America!”

Transgressing Moral Norms

This is how a postmodernist thinks: Since everything is subjective to a person’s experience, feelings, and consciousness, then nothing can be objectively sacred. Childhood innocence, for example, is just a social construct. Since different people have different opinions about “childhood sexuality,” who are we to judge what’s right or wrong?

But worse than just being ambiguous about cultural standards is how the postmodernist-deconstructionist movement is actually promoting the destruction of universally accepted values. They see this as “challenging the hegemony of power.” Because the dominant hegemony of society’s sexual morality lies in “traditional patriarchal values,” these radical intellectuals believe that sexual desires can be utilized as a revolutionary force in politics.

Utilizing Child Sexual Abuse as a Political Tool

Naturally, the promotion of pedophilia is one of the political tools they used to push society into the acceptance of “non-normative sexuality.” When normative sexuality is seen as the outcome of an “oppressive patriarchal hegemony,” then the sanctity of childhood innocence is nothing more than another “social construct” that has to be dismantled.

According to an article written by a women’s rights activist with extensive expertise on the subject, the promotion of pedophilia is encouraged because: “Transgression of norms, and in particular sexual norms, became the only response to punishment and classification, which would, in Foucauldian thinking, challenge oppression and power.”

“It Is Forbidden To Forbid”

To better understand why these postmodernist ideas would weaponize the destruction of childhood innocence as a political tool, take a look again at the May 1968 “It Is Forbidden To Forbid” slogan. Participants viewed family, morality, and reproduction as “bourgeois and repressive,” and they believed that unbridled desire could dismantle society and capitalism.

But all of this occurred back in the past. Surely, we no longer subscribe to such terrible ideas in our modern times, right?

Sadly, no. Just like the ideas of Marxism and Socialism are enjoying a surge in today’s younger generation, the ideas of legitimizing sex with children are quietly promoted in the halls of academia. Take, for instance, the case of Judith Butler, another influential feminist thinker. Look up her name and you’ll often find her celebrated in feminist circles.

Heavily influenced by the works of Foucault, Judith Butler also proposed the legitimacy and legality of “intergenerational sex.” The term “intergenerational sex” is basically academic jargon for adults being able to have sex with children. In defense of this proposal, Butler cited Foucault’s work on the subject.
Since the moral standards for sexuality are set by a patriarchal society (hegemonic masculine values), in order to dismantle this standard, social deviance must be encouraged because it promotes the transgression of socially established norms. One proud pedophile defended his “sexual orientation” by citing that “children are only traumatized by being told by authoritative figures that they were sexually abused.”

Closing Thoughts

There were other popular progressive intellectuals who signed the petition to lower the age of consent, such as Jacque Derrida and Jean Francois Lyotard. While there was no evidence that these two philosophers partook in pedophilic inclinations — unlike Foucault, de Beauvoir, and Sartre — it’s still extremely troubling that all these people are the celebrated intellectual heroes of academia.

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