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What happens when you forget God – Canada’s top court legalizes prostitution January 7, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, asshatery, disaster, error, General Catholic, horror, sadness, scandals, sexual depravity, sickness, Society.
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One of the things the communists tried to foist on the Russian people first, after the October Revolution, was an embrace of wanton sexual promiscuity.  The communists wanted to destroy ALL elements of traditional society, and the family foremost of all, in order to eliminate all competition with the state.  The state was to be the new mother father sister lover god.  In order to destroy the family, the communists promoted sexual promiscuity, divorce, abortion, et. al., in order to break hearts, wound souls, and break up families.  They were actually quite successful.  Even with the highest abortion rate in the world from the 1920s-50s, millions of abandoned Russian children lived feral existences in many cities.  Their horrid existence is detailed by Solzhenitsyn in the seminal Gulag Archipelago.  

Of course, savage persecution of the Orthodox Church and general de-Christianization of the former Soviet Union greatly aided Stalin’s efforts to make the state the be-all and end-all of Soviet existence.  Which process leapt to my mind when I read that Canada’s highest court has struck down statutory sanctions against street solicitation or operating a brothel make it “dangerous” to be a whore. Apparently, whoring in and of itself has been legal in Canada for some time:

Canada’s Supreme Court struck down three of the country’s anti-prostitution laws on Friday, including bans on brothels and street solicitation, finding that they violated the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and violated sex workers’ safety. 

The unanimous 9 to 0 decision will go into effect in one year, allowing Parliament to provide other avenues to regulate sex work. [Unanimous. They gave the government a fig leaf with that year’s delay]

Prostitution is not illegal in Canada, though it has been deemed against the law to live off the avails of another’s prostitution, as was street soliciting and operation of brothels. Opponents of the laws said they created a dangerous climate for sex workers.  [Perhaps being a prostitute is just a dangerous “profession,” given that you are dealing with people so completely gone over to sin they think little of breaking the law, risking disease/death, and engaging in emotionless, stultifying “gratification” of the most base kind in order to get their sexual fix.  People so far gone are liable to be capable of anything, including violence.] The court found these restrictions were too broad and disproportionate to the law’s goals. [No, absent a Christian moral framework, these “justices” can find nothing objectionable in this act]

Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin said a law banning “safe havens” for sex workers – who often did not have a choice but to work in the sex trade – puts them in danger.

“The impugned laws deprive people engaged in a risky, but legal, activity of the means to protect themselves against those risks,” she wrote. “It makes no difference that the conduct of pimps and johns is the immediate source of the harms suffered by prostitutes.”

One current prostitute and two former sex workers spurred the challenge, saying such work would be safer if they were allowed to screen clients and operate in brothels with bodyguards. [Ah, yes, nothing says “romance” like a hulking bodyguard leering at your every move]

One of the plaintiffs, former dominatrix Terri Bedford, said the decision was a “great day for Canada, for Canadian women from coast to coast,” according to Reuters. Another plaintiff, Valerie Scott, said the ruling humanizes those in the sex trade. [Especially the millions of little girls abducted into the sex trade, the hundreds of thousands of sexual slaves scattered in harems across the mideast, and the further thousands of Thais, Vietnamese, and Koreans living a life of sexual slavery from Shanghai to London.  I guess we should not be surprised a prostitute would have a warped moral compass.]

Supporter of the restrictions Janine Benedet, who argued in court for the Women’s Coalition for the Abolition of Prostitution, called on Parliament to make pimping and buying of sex illegal. “There is no constitutional right to buy a woman for sex.” [Apparently there is, in godless Canada. Where are the feminists in all this?  Conflicted, as usual?]

Chief Justice McLachlin rejected the government’s argument that it is not the laws that regulate sex work that puts prostitutes at risk, but rather prostitution itself.

Referring to a high-profile trial and 2007 conviction of serial killer Robert Pickton, who sought out prostitutes and other women in Vancouver as his victims, McLachlin wrote, “A law that prevents street prostitutes from resorting to safe havens…while a suspected serial killer prowls the streets, is a law that has lost sight of its purpose.”  [But like the old lie “safe, legal, and rare,” there is no such thing as a “safe haven” for a prostitute, especially a street walker, most of whom are strung out on drugs and under the thumb of a violent pimp to make his money, no matter the weather, serial killers, or whatever.  The entire ruling founded on a lie, that prostitution can somehow be “safe.”]

I don’t think it any coincidence that those locales where prostitution is either legalized, or tolerated with a wink and a nudge, are also those places which have most abandoned the Christian-Catholic basis upon which their nation was built.  And, of course, that rejection of Christianity goes hand in hand with a simultaneous embrace of leftism.  Denmark, Canada, Holland – these are some of the most thoroughly secularized, humanist, un-Christian nations on the planet.  I’ve said it many times, but when the Faith is jettisoned, all manner of evils once thought more or less expunged, or at least rejected, by “civilized” society come roaring back.  

So, we can expect more and more deranged practices to make themselves felt as our culture continues its plunge into neo-paganism. Lots of opportunities for sainthood!

Comments

1. DiscipleoftheDumbOx - January 7, 2014

Normalization of perversity started awhile back in these United States in part due to the tool of the popular media.

Rock: “Roxanne, you don’t have to put on the red light…”
Country: “Here’s your one chance Fancy, don’t let me down…”

We did this to ourselves. Slowly and over decades of like media and literature.

I pray that Texans remain faithful to Christ and thus resist all attempts to dehumanize women and children within her borders in this way. May we be the light for the world around us, a refuge in dark times.

2. Lorra - January 7, 2014

This year you will see evil accelerate as never before. Everything is in place.

3. MMC - January 7, 2014

I guess they never bothered to read about Sweden learning it’s lesson. Canada might be in the north, but they are spiraling south to he** faster than light. Here is a good Christian ministry that deals with the insanity of porn, prostitution etc. https://www.shelleylubben.com/prostitution-faq God bless~


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