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04-03-2022    10:55 AM    OPINION    Jonathan Lange says courage is contagious. Let's spread it around! Rout out the ALA librarians

For 15 years or so CCMH competed with private physicians, creating a monopoly while violating federal laws in the process, and spent tax payer dollars marketing it. How many of those flyers did you toss away?

Now the public library is following suit. This came as an insert in a larger newspaper. Were it not for the spreading of pornography and perversion to minors, it would be a cute publication. Instead, it is amusing in a dirty way to read Darcy Acord's words through eyes that have seen her promote teaching Fisting and BDSM to minors.

Darcy Acord says: "Teen clubs provide ways for patrons to meet and interact with people who share similar interests."

I heard: "NAMBLA, meet the children we have prepared for you!"

Darcy Acord says: "We offer spaces‐to ...gather with friends, to hang out in a warm, safe place."

I heard: "No law enforcement here! Welcome NAMBLA!"

In paragraph 5 Darcy Acord exalts that she is "able to bring performers and authors to the community specifically to connect with youth who would not otherwise be able to experience that particular cultural opportunity."

What?! No NAMBLA group in Gillette?! You could have fooled me.

On April 01, 2022, Jonathan Lange wrote in the blog Only Human:

"Evil wins by isolating individuals and discouraging them from acting. That’s why the First Amendment to the Bill of Rights specifically protects 'the right of the people peaceably to assemble.' There is power in personal connection. Our founders knew it, and so does every tyrant."

"Assemblies of people are force multipliers. Like the dying embers of a campfire, physical proximity rekindles the flame."

"Once gathered we are positioned to fight the next dragon, discouragement. In war, psychological operations are designed to undermine the enemy’s will to act. They do this by exaggerating the power of the enemy and belittling the power of any resistance. People who feel powerless lack the courage to act. But the propaganda that makes you feel powerless is a lie."

"The truth is that even the smallest resistance is infinitely powerful. You can resist the power of lies by refusing to adopt their language. You can resist the destruction of families by keeping your own family together. You can push back against the forces of secularization simply by going to church. These—and a thousand other acts—are more powerful than you know."

"And courage is contagious. By acting you encourage others to act."

Let's all start making it to the public meetings. If we don't make our voices heard, Wyoming or Campbell County may well be offering financial incentives to NAMBLA to make their headquarters here. The ALA librarians are certainly preparing the population for such an event.

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