The First Child Kathleen Wynne Destroyed
February 28, 2015(left, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and longtime partner, Jane Rounthwaite. Wynne is introducing a controversial "sex ed"
curriculum that promotes homosexuality.)
When Wynne's oldest son, Chris, was eleven-years-old, his mother kicked his dad into the basement and moved her lesbian lover into his parent's bedroom.
by Thomas Carter
If you are wondering when Kathleen Wynne started destroying children, it started with her own. This is the Wynne family's own testimony in a 2007 study on failed marriages by Cate Cochran entitled Reconcilable Differences. 1
Of course that isn't how they try to spin it in the book, which is really about failure for failures, written by a failure. However, the author unwittingly provides us with several jewels of information. In the chapter devoted to Wynne's self-sabotaged marriage, the author includes quotes by all of the players in the sad affair. Once the quotes are extracted it provides a pretty clear picture of what transpired and a testimony to the character of our Premier, Kathleen Wynne.
A PERFECT MARRIAGE
According to the book, Kathleen Wynne and Peter Cowperthwaite were "university sweethearts." After graduating they lived together for a few years and got married in 1977. Peter who was a successful accountant provided a good living while Kathleen stayed home and raised three kids.
"Kathleen loved being a mother. When the kids were young, she awoke each day with a sense of well being knowing that she was following all the rules for the first time in her life. She was reaping lots of approval, baking muffins, taking part in neighborhood garage sales, attending kids school council meetings, and thinking to herself, "I'm doing this quite well, Oh my God, how did this happen. I didn't expect to be living this perfect life." pg15
GIVING IT UP FOR DEVIANT SEX
"They had beautiful kids, and affluence but the sexual energy had become muted, and Kathleen knew "there had been a wild women in me that hadn't been around for a while." (p.17)
So, 13 years into their marriage, Kathleen Wynne decided to have a homosexual affair with her best friend Jane Rounthwaite. This happened when Jane accompanied Kathleen who was looking to purchase a family cottage. 2
"I know this isn't a story about how I came out as a lesbian but it was finding my sexual energy that led me to break with Phil." (17)
Notice, how Wynne uses the words "finding my sexual energy," like she was Luke Skywalker searching for the Force. Most people would use the words "sexual attracted to," but for the sodomite the term "sexual attraction" is way too connected to the rest of the natural order, i.e. having children.
Also if Wynne uses the term "sexually attracted to" as opposed to "finding my sexual energy," she's less likely to receive sympathy since most married couples are attracted to other people but honour their marriage vows rather than destroy their loved ones.
A WRECKED HOME
"Three months later, Jane moved in with Kathleen and Peter. Jane and Kathleen slept on the second floor where the children's bedrooms were located while Peter (Wynne's husband) stayed in the basement.[...] Jessie, who was nine, and Chris who was eleven, were livid."
"Almost in the same breath, their children knew their parents were splitting up and their mom had a new partner, a woman." (18)
The book tells us that while this new arrangement made sense to the adults, "to the three little children whose lives were being turned inside out, it didn't. They were not happy." (18)
THE HOME WRECKER
Wynne's partner was/is a woman named Jane Rounthwaite. The book says that "Jane had secretly been in love with Kathleen for 18 years and getting together with Kathleen was the realization of a dream.
Rounthwaite told the Toronto Star, "I waited 18 years for her, basically, from the time I met Kath in 1973, I was just waiting -- through her marriage, through my own relationship (with a woman) -- I just waited all those years." 3
She waited like a snake in the grass for an opportunity to destroy a marriage just to satisfy your own disordered lust.
And of course the neighbors who shunned her were merely judgmental. Rounthwaite states.
"There were people in the neighborhood who disapproved, so they said they were worried about the children, but I think their concerns went way beyond the needs of the children [...] I was the first lesbian many of them had ever met, and in this configuration I was certainly the home-wrecker so I had the experience of people really avoiding me on the street." (22)
No, it would never would occur to Rounthwaite that these people shunned her for seducing a married woman with three children. At least there were some decent folk in the neighborhood.
THE BITCH AND THE EMASCULATED FATHER FIGURE
In Wynne's own words, "I was the bitch of the place, I'm the one who has the temper. I'm the one who is volatile. I'm the one who cried the most and was the most difficult to deal with." (20)
Peter (left) thought he was sacrificing for the sake of children. But in fact he failed by subjecting his children under his own roof to his wife's deviant relationship. Perhaps, if had acted with more self respect, and kicked his wife out, he might have even rescued his marriage. Wynne may have quickly come to her senses. But he stayed for years in the basement tacitly condoning the perversity of the situation instead of trying to rescue his children, particularly his oldest son Chris, from witnessing the insanity day after day.
"Over the years the children have taken issue with Kathleen for indulging in a kind of myth-making... Maggie (Wynne's youngest daughter) says that Kathleen pretended it was "perfect, and we have this family myth that it was perfect, but I know it wasn't."
Maggie struggled with her mother's need to look for the positive. To her, that relentless upbeat attitude restricted the range of reactions she could express over what she'd been through. "You can have your confrontations, you can have a fight, but you can't say, "I'm really, really sad that you and dad got divorced."' (29)
Wynne's delusional behavior highlights the psychological destruction of the individual that acts out a perverted attraction. No mind can both grasp the goodness of God's order and partake in sodomy. The whole world has to be turned upside down.
Cowperthwaite's oldest son, Chris, was eleven-years-old when his mother kicked his dad into the basement and moved her lesbian lover into his parent's bedroom. What's an eleven-year-old boy to do?
(left, Chris Cowperthwaite today)
The book states that Chris "was constantly in head-on confrontations with all of the adults in the house. He felt that he had been dragged into his parents' experiment and expressed his anger and frustration with great drama [...] under his anger, though, there was a very scared little boy. On a ski trip, he plaintively asked if he could have his old family back. He wanted the experiment to be over and things to return to the way things were. It fell to Kathleen to disabuse him of the idea." (24)
Some time later, Chris "began to question his own sexual identity" and eventually comes out as a gay. The boy's trauma on account of his mother interrupted his normal development to the point where he will never be able to have a normal relationship with a woman or have a normal family.
Funny how Chris' situation reflects many unpopular theories regarding the cause of same sex attraction. Dr. Ruth Barnhouse said the homosexual "has suffered from some deficit in the relationship with the parent of the same sex; and there is a corresponding drive to make good this deficit - through the medium of same-sex or 'homosexual' relationships".
Dr. Robert Stoller said that sexual perversion often resulted from trauma at an early age. This could be the death of a parent or physical abuse. In a sense his father and mother died. Some youths find constructive ways to deal with the conflict whereas others succumb to perversion.
And now Premiere Wynne, who failed at the most important job any woman can have (motherhood), who took all the blessing received in her life and subordinated them to her unnatural vice, wants to impose a sexually explicit curriculum on all the children of Ontario from the age of six- years old. She simply has to be stopped.
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1 Reconcilable Differences
2 "found themselves involved with each other in a way that would change everyone's life forever."
3 Kathleen Wynne's not-so-ordinary family | Toronto Star
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