James B. Utt on the radio, 1969: in his own seriously wacky words
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|Saddleback College Library|
named after Cold Warrior Utt
Here we find Orange County Congressman James B. Utt interviewed by right-wing radio evangelist “Dr. Burpo” about SIECUS, the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States, which, according to Wikipedia, is a "lobbying organization and advocacy group dedicated to sex and sexuality education, sexual health, and sexual rights."
As you know, Utt—after whom Saddleback College’s James B. Utt Memorial Library is named—was a noisy crusader against the Communist Menace, even at this late date (1969). Naturally, his fear of communism and attendant paranoia enters this discussion, which primarily concerns sex education, something that Congressman Utt was against, for it was a Communist front, I guess.
I love the part about “raw anarchists in the street.”
James B. Utt: “The whole thrust of SIECUS was to make pornography acceptable in the parlor at home. And the publishers of the SIECUS program are the greatest publishers and purveyors and distributors of pornography that there is in America. And why should we, the tax payers and the moral people of America be supporting the ... these pornographic uh ... mills that are making so much money in California in fact all over the United States. And I became concerned mainly because, time after time I was getting letters from concerned mothers enclosing some of the pornography ... pornographic literature that they were receiving and that their children were receiving and wondering what they could do about it.”
Dr. Burpo burps "A Mighty Fortress"
Also “hidden government,” “international bankers,” etc.
The decision to name the Saddleback Library after Utt occurred in 1970.
|Utt and crew announcing that sex itself is now a Communist front|
• Utt’s introduction to G. Edward Griffin’s THE FEARFUL MASTER (1964)
The Fearful Master, concisely written and well documented, sets forth the double standard which guides the UN through its devious and treacherous path toward world domination.
The author, Mr. G. Edward Griffin, has performed an outstanding service in giving the people of the free world a picture of what has happened, is happening, and will happen in the very near future—if we continue our course of strategic surrender to international forces.
. . .
The author meticulously outlines the grand design for surrender, and likens it to a jigsaw puzzle. The chief designer is well aware of the ultimate picture, but an individual working on an indiscernible piece of that puzzle does not know exactly what he is doing or where it will fit into the picture. When all of the pieces are put together, however, the finished grand design will be that of a one-world government maintained by forces against which resistance by any nation will be futile.
James B. Utt
Member of Congress