Based on some Internet bloggers’ hysteria, my WND column guessing the Virginia Tech killer had a pornography addiction traumatized scores of heavy users out there.

Well, that is to be anticipated after decades of universities and colleges pandering pornography in their bookstores and at their “we’re so cool” pornography film fests.

Now it turns out that this “loner” graduated from looking to paying. The local WSLS News Channel 10 reported that the killer hired a female “escort service” a month before he massacred unarmed and defenseless students and faculty.

Cho paid “Chastity” for an hour of private “dancing” in his motel room. When the little tough guy wanted more than dancing, Chastity says she left him flat.


All of the reports about this fantasy-fueled, frustrated egomaniac confirm Cho’s anger, fear and hatred of women.

Although Cho was certainly a porn addict, we don’t yet know (if we ever will) exactly what kind of Internet cruising he had descended into: sadistic, “barely legal,” children, macho/military men or Playboy’s fairytale female lovers.

All allegedly “heterosexual” pornography of course fuels disgust and anger at those provocative women who don’t really “do it” but who just “tease” their lusting lotharios.

Naturally, since seething Internet seductresses don’t “put out,” millions of libidinous men go livid. Unable to admit that pornography robs them of their manhood, these poor Internet patsies tell themselves that their desperate excitement is “sex.”

Naturally, statistically, some such confused, angry men will turn from these (um, deceitful) women to guys. Even The Advocate admitted back in 1994 that ?n21 percent of their largely affluent, educated male readers reported molestation by an adult before age 15. Cho’s writing suggests he was one of those.

So another coward belligerently stalked women and took illegal under-the-desk crotch photos of co-eds ?V the ones that the university seems to think were not criminal.

Of course, the man’s hate-filled and medically altered brain has been fueled by the same, dare we say it, immoral refuse culture that taints us all ?V the coarsened, sadosexual television and film fare, the killer-simulating video games and Victoria Secret public spaces that have come to define our ignorant and barbaric age.

Even the Washington Post reported that Korean youths who knew Cho in high school “said he was a fan of violent video games, particularly Counterstrike, a hugely popular online game published by Microsoft, in which players join terrorism or counterterrorism groups and try to shoot each other using all types of guns.”

Right, let’s hear it for Bill Gates’ gaming bottom line. Now we’ll be told it’s Christian inhibitions and guns that cause mass murder. Of course, at most high school gun clubs, even in my day, kids practiced shooting at targets, not at people.

Blogger “CLS” pointed out that proposed Virginia legislation in 2005 would have allowed students and faculty with a valid concealed handgun permit to carry firearms at Virginia Tech and other universities. Since the legislation was defeated, Virginia Tech became another “gun free zone” in our erototoxically crazed society.

Firearms for self-defense are verboten. Only firearms for massacres are allowed.

In several prior attacks, would-be killers were stopped by gun-totting faculty and students who had to first retrieve their firearms from their cars. Of course, these heroes don’t appear above the fold in the New York Times. That honor is reserved for the latest glaring, copycat killer in pseudo military gear.

Blogger James Lewis raised another question about who taught Cho to hate.

Lewis asks what Cho learned in school. Although his answer is well worth reading in full, here is a glimpse:

“English studies at VT are a post-modern Disney World in which nihilism, moral and sexual boundary breaking, and fantasies of Marxist revolutionary violence are celebrated. They show up in a lot of faculty writing. Not by all the faculty, but probably by more than half. Just check out their websites.”

I did. He’s right. And talk about learning: After God got kicked out of American schools from kindergarten to university, the Ten Commandments came down and AIDS posters went up.

Kind friends, we are reaping the results of “The Marketing of Evil.” As is the case in any war, it is the innocent, especially the children, who pay the price for our arrogant, egotistical sexual license and our ignorance of real American history and tradition.

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