In 2003 Peter Dennis Blandford “Pete” Townshend, known principally as the guitarist and songwriter for the rock group the Who, was cautioned by British police as part of Operation Ore, a major investigation on child pornography conducted in 2002–2003. Townshend was placed on the sex offenders register for five years in 2003 after admitting he had accessed a website for child porn four years earlier. In a 1989 interview with radio host Timothy White, Townshend acknowledged his bisexuality, referencing the song “Rough Boys” on his 1980 album, Empty Glass. He called the song a “coming out, an acknowledgment of the fact that “I’d had a gay life, and that I understood what gay sex was about”. It is no surprise therefore that in 1998, Townshend was named in a list of the biggest private financial donors to the UK Labour Party and like many labour politicians joined the Young Communist League (UK) whilst still in college. In fact Townshend was a prominent figure in the 1966 Communist “Trend” recruitment campaign. In a 1974 interview he stated that in practice he was a capitalist rewarded well for his work but his ideals were communist. On several other occasions Townsend has identified himself to the press as a Communist. Townshend’s career with the Who and as a soloist spans 50 years, during which time the band grew to be considered one of the most influential bands of the 1960s and 1970s, while he alone is not insignificant to the entertainment world. It is ludicrous to believe that the perversion exhibited by such celebrities as Townshend is spontaneous. He is established and supported by the same Marxist regime that provides pornographic materials to primary schools and during the past 50 years Townshend has publicly flaunted his perversion. Perhaps this sick society has finally achieved what the homosexual Michael Hanson desired when he founded the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) in 1974 making the rape of little children acceptable to mainstream. After all one has yet to hear a public outcry.
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