by Brian A. Wilkins
2/7/2011 (links updated 11/10/2018)
This article, published in the ultra-“conservative” Washington Times on June 29, 1989, was the spark in a fire quickly extinguished by the Secret Service, FBI, and state-run media.
Everyone knows the GOP is the party of and for rich Euro-American males and their sheep; and that the Democratic Party is the party of homosexuals. In fact to be elected in today’s edition of the latter, you must openly and vehemently view homosexual as a “race” or “ethnicity” of people with natural rights. We’ve already covered what it takes to be elected as a Republican in this society. But are Democrats simply the openly homosexual party, while the GOP keeps their desires “in the closet?”
Former President Ronald Reagan is the hero of a vast majority of Republican politicians nowadays…almost like a re-incarnation of Jesus Christ himself. Everything this guy did in the eyes of Republicans was perfect, including his views on the business of private prisons. Reagan’s eight years as president saw the U.S. prison population grow from under 500,000 in 1980 to more than 1.2 million by the time he left office. So naturally the GOP also supports Reagan hosting parties at the White House, complete with call-boys as young as 10 years old.
The article, published in the Washington Times on June 29, 1989, highlighted a late-night White House soiree on July 3, 1988, which two male child prostitutes were a part of (you can read the entire article yourself here). The subsequent federal investigation was coordinated by then-U.S. Attorney Jay B. Stephens, who served as deputy counsel to President Reagan, and who is currently senior vice president and general counsel for Raytheon Company. This obvious conflict of interest mattered not, and Stephens focused the entire investigation on credit card fraud and the ringleader of the D.C. call-boy ring, Henry W. Vincent.
Watch Tom Brokaw and Connie Chung’s quick reports about the Washington Times article. The reports are followed by a short clip from the documentary “Conspiracy of Silence,” which details the callboy rings of the Reagan and Bush I Administration.
The aforementioned documentary was scheduled to air on the Discovery Channel on May 3, 1994. It was even listed in that week’s edition of TV Guide to air that night. But state-run media will always protect its own, so the program was never broadcast. According to reports, several members of Congress forced the cable industry to pull the plug on “Conspiracy of Silence” completely. You may now watch the entire video (about an hour in length) here.
The clip in the video above starts with John DeCamp, a former Republican state senator from Nebraska, interviewing Paul Bonacci, one of the under-aged callboys who attended the July 3, 1988 White House party. But the story is difficult to tell without starting from the beginning. We’ll summarize it herein, but check out Mr. DeCamp’s book The Franklin Coverup: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska for the whole story.
Lawrence E. King was a prominent Republican (and former Democrat working for 1972 Presidential Candidate George McGovern) in Omaha, Nebraska in the 1980s, and was considered by many as a “rising African American” star within the party.
Nebraska Republican Lawrence E. King
King was a top official for the Franklin Community Federal Credit Union in Omaha in 1988 when the Nebraska Foster Care Review Board made several claims of sexual exploitation of minors against him. They alleged King transported kids from Boys Town, an organization and village outside of Omaha founded by Catholic priest, Father Edward J. Flanagan, to help “educate and treat” at-risk boys. The FBI was already investigating financial malfeasance by the credit union, which turned out to be a front company for King’s child prostitution ring. The story really came to life once the Washington Times published its story, which revealed King’s operation had arms that stretched as far as Washington D.C.
Craig Spence was a powerful Washington lobbyist, openly homosexual, and a confidant of King. Spence arranged the July 1988 party at the White House, complete with underage boys for sex, cocaine, and tape recorders so he could later blackmail the politicians involved, according to a June 30, 1989 Washington Times article. There were reportedly four of these parties from 1986-1989.
Among those positively identified as being clients of Spence (note this list is far from complete): former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova and his wife, former assistant attorney general Victoria Toensing; former CIA Director William Casey; Congressman Barney Frank; Senators John Glenn and Frank Murkowski; former Deputy Director of Intelligence Ray Cline; former Attorney General John Mitchell; journalists William Safire, Fox News’ Liz Trotta, Ted Koppel, and Eric Sevareid; former Ambassadors James Lilley, Robert Neumann, and Elliott Richardson; U.S. Marines General Alfred M. Gray; and Lt. General Daniel O. Graham.
Congressman Frank, who is still serving in Massachusetts, and is openly homosexual, told the Washington Times in June 1989 that he was “not surprised” by the number of prominent Republican names being associated with Spence. Frank, however, became a major part of the story basically to deflect all attention towards him and away from the homo-pedophile Republicans. Frank, in August of 1989, admitted he fell in love with one of the callboys. He allowed the kid to turn tricks in his D.C. apartment while Frank was working on Capitol Hill. The callboy, Stephen L. Gobie, in September of that year referred to Frank as “sweet and low,” because, though he wanted a sugar daddy, Frank was a “sweet guy, but low on cash.”
To make a really long, covered-up story short, Spence committed suicide in late 1989. He knew he’d ultimately be murdered by the Republican establishment since he held all the keys to the case. He was also dying from AIDS.
U.S. District Court judge Harold Greene sentenced Henry Vinson, the call-boy ringleader in D.C., to five years in federal prison after chastising prosecutor Jay Stephens for trying to get Vincent a lighter sentence. Vinson’s lawyer, Greta Van Susteren (yes, the Fox News Greta Van Susteren) said the judge’s harsh sentence hurt prosecutors because future witnesses may not cooperate.
Lawrence King was ultimately sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for embezzling $38 million, but not for child trafficking. Three other associates of Vinson were also sentenced to prison. A few more stories about the child trafficking operation and White House pedophile parties were printed by the Washington Times after the original one. But no other news outlets picked up on it and the story ultimately died.
What is noticeably and obviously absent from this criminal case, as Times reporter Paul Rodriguez said in “Conspiracy of Silence,” are all the johns who paid for sex with children. At least one member of the George H.W. Bush White House resigned, but of course, was never prosecuted. And somehow Presidents Reagan and H.W. Bush, who allowed these late night pedophile parties at the White House, never even had to answer to a Senate or House committee. It is also no secret that former Republican Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott resigned in November 2007 after reports surfaced regarding his homosexual prostitute candyboy.
These people will always protect their traditions, customs, and hegemony at any and all costs. When you control the media, the money, and military, you can manipulate anything to fit your agenda, including international child trafficking rings.
While Republicans across the country celebrated what would have been Reagan’s 100th birthday yesterday, we thought it’d be more important to report on this barely disseminated story. Democrats are open homosexuals and pedophiles; Republicans are closet pedophiles and homosexuals who take out their anger for having homo-pedo feelings on Latinos, “blacks,” and Muslims.
Europeans have embraced homosexual culture for centuries: from Socrates and Aristotle having pre-teen boy toys to the “porch monkeys” (enslaved Africans) who were forced to perform homosexual acts on one another in front of Euro-American “slave masters” and their dinner company for entertainment pre-1900. A Hawaiian prisoners in Eloy, Arizona filed a federal lawsuit last month against Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and a jail guard who forced him to perform oral sex on him, under the threat of physical violence.
Republicans love anything and everything Ronald Reagan. They apparently love little boys’ butts and grown naked men just as much. Despite the truth about America’s 40th president, he’s still a legend and de-facto god to the GOP establishment.