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The pedophile push begins in earnest January 15, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, Basics, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, sadness, scandals, sexual depravity, sickness, Society.
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One of the innumerable arguments against not just state recognition of gays simulating marriage, but normalization of the entire homosexual lifestyle, is that invariably homosexuality will just be the foot in the door, so to speak, of all other manner of perversion.  I will admit, I have a great deal of trouble working up even a modicum of charity for the next target for normalization: pedophiles.  I do feel pity for them, but the effects of their actions are so totally devastating, so soul-destroying (both for themselves, and their victims), that my charity is stretched to the breaking point. Because I have seen the effects of child molestation in an adult woman I used to work with, and, to put it mildly, she’ll never be right. She had all manner of addictions, not the least of which were sexual, and had about the lowest self esteem I’ve ever come across. To put it mildly, she felt she deserved to be sexually used by men because she was fundamentally bad.  This, from a child of God.  This is the chief effect of child sexual abuse.

But with the increasing normalization and societal acceptance of homosexual, those who have fallen into other deviant lusts are seeking to get normalized, too.  A recent article in the UK’s Guardian – a notably left wing rag (go figure!) – begins the attempt by quoting some “expert” who claims that children are capable of giving consent to the sexual advances of adults.  How convenient!  In a few years, our children will not be safe.  Any society that would even debate normalizing or somehow legalizing this kind of atrocity committed against children does not deserve to exist anymore.  I think Almighty God would feel likewise (my emphasis and comments):

Britain’s most persecuted minority have found a new advocate. An article this morning in the Guardian by feature writer Jon Henley addresses misconceptions about paedophiles, quoting one “expert” who believes that: “It is the quality of the relationship that matters”.

No, this is not not some sick send-up on my part. “If there’s no bullying, no coercion, no abuse of power,” says Tom O’Carroll, “if the child enters into the relationship voluntarily … the evidence shows there need be no harm.” [B as in B, S as in S. Children are children exactly because they don’t have the reason and judgment to make adult type decisions. We don’t let children make major business decisions, we don’t (or at least sane people don’t) give them access to power machinery or credit cards or let them do all manner of things that they simply don’t have the judgment for.  The simple fact is, there can never be a meeting of equals when an adult abuses a child, or in any adult/child relationship.  Adults have overwhelming authority over children, so that they can never give what an adult would consider rational consent – as if they would want to. Unless they have been traumitized by early sexualization (exposure to porn, childhood friends who sexualize them, etc), children generally have no interest in or conception of sex until mid-late adolesence.  Please peruse this to understand the sould-destroying effects of child sex abuse]

O’Carroll is a former chairman of the Paedophile Information Exchange with a conviction for distributing indecent photographs. [how many children had their lives ruined so he could enjoy his perversion, even in absentia through kiddie porn?  How many suffered and continue to suffer as a result?] The Guardian acknowledges this, but gives him a respectful hearing and points out that “some academics do not dispute” his views.

Now listen to this amoral, emotionally laden “reasoning” that could only come from a person educated to the point of embicility:

For Goode, though, broader, societal change is needed. “Adult sexual attraction to children is part of the continuum of human sexuality; it’s not something we can eliminate,” [we can perhaps never eliminate the desires, but we can make darned sure that those with this inclination know that acting on that inclination will lead to a lifetime of prison, ostracism, and misery. Pedophiles are lost people, morally, they need very strong deterrents to keep from acting on their desires.] she says. “If we can talk about this rationally – acknowledge that yes, men do get sexually attracted to children, but no, they don’t have to act on it – we can maybe avoid the hysteria. We won’t label paedophiles monsters; it won’t be taboo to see and name what is happening in front of us.”

We can help keep children safe, Goode argues, “by allowing paedophiles to be ordinary members of society, with moral standards like everyone else”, and by “respecting and valuing those paedophiles who choose self-restraint”. Only then will men tempted to abuse children “be able to be honest about their feelings, and perhaps find people around them who could support them and challenge their behaviour before children get harmed”. [all part of normalization, which would greatly reduce barriers to pedophiles acting on their inclinations. If societal ostracism goes away, that's a major disincentive removed right there, but, furthermore, such acceptance would likely bring all manner of changes in its train, such as reduced prison sentences, which would further incentivize victimization and lead to more abuse.  Bad plan practically speaking, leaving out the immorality of it all]

They qoute some studies I’ve already seen entirely discredited yesterday.  The entire piece in the Guardian is meant to generate sympathy and “tolerance” for pedophiles.  It’s actually a form of projection of the basest kind.  The writers and staff at the Guardian likely have their own kinks or immoral sexual behavior that, through the natural law implanted in their hearts by God, gnaws at them, and they seek to normalize themselves by normalizing something even more extreme. I would suspect. It’s a theory, anyway, but would seem to explain a great deal.

But regarding pedophilic men, real scientific studies have concluded two things about them: first, like homosexuality, once someone falls to this level of sexual depravity, it is almost impossible to overcome the fall and return to an upright moral life.  And secondly, men seriously attracted to kids almost invariably wind up acting on their urges, either through kiddie porn or actual abuse.

I’m not saying anyone who somehow admits to pedophile attraction should be locked up. But we also should, as a society, always condemn such desires as disordered, immoral, and plainly sinful. I know, I’m a crazy man, subscribing to a faith and actually believing in its moral code!  The frightening thing is that, today, there are many people who think I should be locked up for holding that moral code, and even evangelizing others to do the same, rather than those who do all manner of harm to others.

I would ask the Guardian this question – if pedophilia is normal, why are you and so many allied media organizations so energetic in persecuting the Church over this very issue?  Are you sure you want to deny you and your friends such an effective club with which to beat the Church?

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1. Woody - January 15, 2013

I have known about this for years now. There is a group of “educated experts” who say that pedophilia is “normal.” Well, not in my simple book. And where was this newspaper when the sex scandal of the Church was front and center? Gee, I didn’t see the Guardian standing up for the right of pedophile priests. Nor did I see them standing up for the rights of homosexual priests. What a double standard. And here’s an interesting question to ponder: What do pedophiles do with their VICTIMS when they are done with their perversion? They don’t let them run home to their parents. This is getting sicker and sicker.


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