It is literally the worst white men who seek out Asian women, largely because of their cultural naivety and white-worship. The children from these pairings, like myself, will be high risk individuals unless this last taboo subject is confronted head on.
In October, Nathan Larson traveled to Colorado Springs, where an El Paso County jury faced the decision of entrusting him with the care of his infant daughter.
Larson is a 35-year-old part-time accountant who lives with his parents in Virginia and is engaged to a citizen of the Philippines. He’s also a felon who once threatened to kill President George W. Bush, and although he wouldn’t call himself a pedophile, he admits to having sexual feelings toward both adults and children.
Larson says he doesn’t think he would molest his own daughter but isn’t sure, since he’s “never been in that kind of situation before.” He does, however, think it’s OK for adults to engage in sexual acts with children, as long as there is what he refers to as “consent,” although the age at which a child can “consent” to such activities depends on the child, he says, because some children are “precocious.”
It was Kern’s job to prove that Larson posed a “prospective harm” to his then-8-month-old daughter, and it’s hard to imagine how Kern could fail. He called on multiple arguments during the trial, including the fact that Larson was open about his attraction toward children, both in person and online.
For instance, Larson once took to the web to discuss “boylove,” explaining that he is interested only in girls.
“The way I feel about it is that if I had a son, I don’t think I would have any interest in engaging in those activities with him,” he wrote. “My attitude would be, if he’s going to [be] involved in incestuous activities, that may as well be with a sibling or his mother or something.”
“The jury was visibly disgusted,” says Kory Phairchyld, who testified at the trial about Larson’s tendencies.
Larson also made a threat in 2009 in an attempt to kill the US president, George W. Bush.
According to this article, Larson also is running in 2017 for state delegate.
Nathan Larson, a Catlett accountant and self-described “red pill Libertarian” who announced his candidacy for state delegate this week, was convicted in 2009 for “threatening the president of United States,” according to court documents.
Larson pleaded guilty in May 2009 to charges related to emails he sent the U.S. Secret Service in December 2008, stating, “I am writing to inform you that in the near future, I will kill the president of the United States of America,” according to an October 2009 press release issued by the United States Attorney’s Office in Colorado.