Every Parent's Worst Nightmare - Child pornography

Discussion in 'Justice for JonBenet Discussion - Public Forum' started by Watching You, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. wombat

    wombat Member

    This little investigation is just to try to throw some votes to Tom Kean Jr., no big deal.

    Christie catches big fish. Do not believe, my dear friends, that the former governor of New Jersey resigned two years ago because he is a gay American. He resigned because Christie was breathing down his neck with a federal indictment. McGreevey had been named as "state official no. 1" in an indictment against one of his prominent fundraisers earlier that year; said fundraiser has just been convicted.

    Another guy, McGreevey's biggest fundraiser, multi-billionaire Charles Kushner, just finished a two year term in the Federal pen, and the ex-gov's mentor/guru, John Lynch, is scheduled to be sentenced just before Christmas. But Jimmie is home free, traipsing around the country talking about 12 steps and gay rights. The guy is SLICK.

    Back to Christie - he doesn't just go after Dems - he did a operation in Monmouth County (home to wombat) called operation Bid Rig, that nailed a whole bunch of Republicans. Christie is 97-0 in corruption convictions and plea bargains, and he's not finished yet.

    I could go on forever about Christie - but here's just one more thing: the major teaching hospital in New Jersey is called the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ, UMDNJ. It was PROFOUNDLY corrupt, top to bottom. Christie's team investigated, and Christie let UMDNJ know that he would be attending their next board meeting. He arrived with two assistants but no briefcase, no notes. He sat down and outlined to the board what he had on them and their institution, explained the long list of laws that were being violated, including racketeering, medicare fraud, and bribery, and that he could file indictments immediately and shut the hospital and medical school down. Because it plays a huge role in the community, Christie said he wouldn't do that, but instead would appoint a federal monitor and take over operations, within days. He then left the meeting, and before he was out of the building, several board members and executives resigned. Christie's team arrived, and every couple of weeks the papers have a new list of people who have been indicted.

  2. Cherokee

    Cherokee FFJ Senior Member

    Oh wow, we need this guy in every state and in the White House! I hope he's well protected because I'm sure he's made some very powerful enemies.

    Can you imagine what he would do to Boulder? There wouldn't be a man-jack of them left standing. He would blow the Tracey/Lacy/Smit/Karr/Ramsey mess wide open.
  3. Elle

    Elle Member

    I keep hearing this too, WY, that molesting small children has been going on for a very long time. I am much older than you, and I honestly don't ever remember things being as bad as they are today, due to the fact we all have TV sets and computers which give us the day-to-day disasters, plus confront all of us with startling graphic information to boot.

    Like yourself, I just feel there are more evil predators out there than there used to be. I haven't seen any statistics to prove this, but I would be very surprised Yum Yum if there wasn't a higher rate. I would need to investigate. not unless you already have them on hand (?).
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  4. heymom

    heymom Member

    It is my belief that having instant access to pornography through the internet has indeed created more pedophiles and other criminals, by making access to pornography anonymous and safe. It's not just that we are hearing more about child molesters, but that their "club" can expand to include people who might, in years past, have had a latent interest but never felt the freedom to surrender to that urge, because they would have had to go a seedy shop somewhere, park the car, go in, etc. risking being seen in that place.

    I also believe that viewing pornography of any kind makes one susceptible to more vile forms of porn. I think the medium creates the monster, in at least some, if not many, cases. Even if it doesn't cause the monster, it feeds the monster.
  5. Voyager

    Voyager Active Member

    Interesting Discussions on Pediophiles, Past and Present...

    I agree with all that has been said here about pedophiles....Heymom, your post in particular is very insightful....I highly agree that the accessibility and prevelance of phornograpy, especially on the world wide web, accentuates pediophilia as a form of sexual diversion and recreation, touting it not only to those with a natual pediophelia "aberation" but also to those whose sexual imagination might be somehow stimulated by the novelty of child/adult sexual interaction....

    In this way, yes, I do believe that the number of child abusers and molesters has been dramatically increased in recent years...

    Then with money hungry/ publicity hungry creeps like John Mark Karr plying their tormented ideas of legitimizing child/adult sexual interaction as normal human socialization, we have a monsterous battle for the safety of children going on world wide....

    I think it is truly up to ordinary people like us both in our home communities and in our speaking out on the internet on whatever sites we can about the illegitimacy of these kinds of people and actions, because the corrupt among us are waging an ever-increasing war on behalf of their illicit desires for sexual and mental power over our innocent children....

    Makes me sick to think about how many of these freaks are out there right now reeling in our babies even as we speak....It has become a truly incidious problem....

  6. heymom

    heymom Member

    Excellent points, Voyager. While the internet has brought tremendous blessings in many areas (access to medical information, for one), it has also brought deep curses with the easy and anonymous access to the vilest pornography imaginable.

    The greatest strength of the internet, I believe, is the creation of communities of people like this, who never would have met each other in real life. Now, we will still have to take action in our own communities, but talking to others over the 'net these days is like talking to your neighbors used to be in my childhood. The neighborhood is world-wide, that's all.

    The main thing is to pick something to take a stand on, and then do something. If enough of us do that, the world can still change, and change in a huge and amazing way. I have to hope for transformation, or I'll end up like Eeyore, just moping through life being miserable and grumpy.

  7. tylin

    tylin Banned

    Excellent points. The internet is probably the most powerful electronic discovery of all time. And with that honor, it's also the one 'tool' used to destroy and exploit children like nothing else.
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