Sexual abuse

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Lyle Menendez, right, is seen here as a young man in this undated family photo. When asked why she has chosen to speak out for the first time in support of her cousins, Diane Vander Molen said she wanted to defend them against the trial’s prosecutor’s claims that there had been no sexual abuse in the family. “I know for 100 percent that there was,” Vander Molen said. “Their privacy was everything to them. They were completely different people when nobody was around. And then Jose and Kitty would turn on the charm when they had people over, which wasn’t very often.”

The Dysfunctional Menendez Family

Nightmare on Elm Drive

If you thought you hated your parents. The crimes committed by Lyle and Erik Menendez in 1989 took teenage angst to terrifying levels when they shot and killed their mother and father, in one of the most brutal, high-profile crimes in American history. The Menendez brothers’ homicides at a well-to-do Beverly Hills mansion rattled American people and thrust the uncomfortable topic of sexual abuse into the national spotlight. Now serving life in prison, the brothers will never see each other or the free world again.

On August 20th, 1989, Joseph Lyle Menendez, 21, and his brother, Erik, 18, shot their parents Jose and Mary Louise “Kitty” Menendez multiple times with shotguns in the den of their $5 million Spanish-style Beverly Hills mansion. Jose was shot point-blank in the head as the couple lazed in front of the TV with ice cream and strawberries, and Kitty, after attempting to flee, was shot multiple times – to the point that she no longer resembled a person.

The Menendez Brothers case received an unprecedented amount of attention through Court TV coverage of the initial trials and as a result, many became fascinated by the story. Nearly 30 years after the murders, the Menendez brothers remain an intriguing fixture in true crime history because questions still remain. In particular, what made them do it?

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WARNING: This post may cause hurtie feelings syndrome and violent Jihad

Fransen (pictured), the head of anti-Islamization group Britain First, relentlessly exposed the pedophilia-condoning Muslims, forcing them to ultimately pack up and retreat. (Photo source: YouTube)

I am not responsible for any actions taken by any person who chooses to be offended by this post. I am fortunate in New Zealand as I am currently not risking death or jail time when I exercise my freedom of speech. Already in The Netherlands, France, Sweden, Canada and the United Kingdom citizens are not so fortunate.

Jayda Fransen in this video risks both as she is a member of the Political party Britain First. She points out the inconvenient truth about the inherent acceptance of paedophilia in Islam because the prophet Muhammad is considered the perfect man and all his actions the perfect example for mankind.

Many politically correct people claim that the majority of Muslims are moderates and they base this belief on the fact that it is a tiny minority of Muslims in the West that stab, bomb, run over or behead unbelievers. They are wrong to think that extremist belief is just about committing violence it is also about ignoring it (not reporting extremists to the police)  condoning it, assisting it and celebrating it. It also includes values that we in the West find repugnant.

The “moderate” majority is still reading from the same Quran and following the same prophet as the extremists and the Quran justifies pedophilia.

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Labour still soft on crime – pulls MP back into line over paedophile remark

Stuart Nash had a blinder of a Facebook message yesterday, before being ordered to take it down.

A Labour MP admits he went too far when he suggested a convicted killer and paedophile should be scalped in prison.

Stuart Nash, who is Labour’s police spokesman, responded angrily on Facebook after convicted murderer Phillip John Smith won a legal challenge against the Corrections Department yesterday over the confiscation of his toupee.

In a decision released yesterday, the High Court ruled that Smith’s right to freedom of expression was breached when his hairpiece was taken from him.

Writing on Facebook last night, Nash said: “What on earth is going on when a judge rules that a convicted murderer and paedophile’s freedom of expression was ignored and that his rights had been breached because Corrections took his hairpiece?

“He has no rights!! He sexually abused a young boy and then 4 years later stabbed this boy’s father to death as the man tried to protect his son!”   Read more »

Perhaps he could be double-bunked with Phillip Smith

This guy is not just a scribble-face but he is also a sick, perverted nutter.

A repeat sexual offender who violated his teenage cellmate in prison may be kept behind bars indefinitely.

Stephen Mark Gotty forced the 19-year-old to engage in oral sex while they were bunking together, telling the young man he was “his b…. now”.

Gotty was due to be sentenced at the Auckland District Court on Tuesday, but his case has now been transferred to the High Court, which will consider Crown prosecutor Nick Williams’ application for preventive detention.

A pre-sentence report assessed Gotty as having a significant likelihood of reoffending, with a “very high” risk of harm to others.   Read more »

Can the sexual abuse of a child change their sexuality?

It is not politically correct to discuss why people are gay because it is assumed that you are somehow saying that being gay is wrong or bad or abnormal. The vast majority of human beings are heterosexual so it is factual to say that being homosexual is a minority sexuality. Human beings are affected by their environment. Human beings are also affected by trauma. We should not be afraid to consider the possibility that the sexual abuse of a child can sometimes alter their sexuality. I am not saying that some people are not born homosexual, I am saying we should not be afraid to discuss the possibility that a child’s sexuality can be altered by sexual abuse.

 

…Two viral videos of famous men casually discussing being molested as teenagers this week is no aberration but rather a common experience for many engaged in a homosexual lifestyle.

…The issue exploded earlier in the week when former Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos lost a book deal and was disinvited from delivering a keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference…

Just days later, interviews by “Star Trek” actor George Takei flooded the Internet. An outspoken gay activist, Takei revealed he had his first homosexual experience with an adult at a summer camp when he was just 13 years old.

Yiannopoulos and Takei are not alone.

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What is good for the gander is good for the goose

In my analogy, the gander is gay man Milo Yiannopoulos who had his book Dangerous cancelled by his publisher and the goose is gay woman Lena Dunham who has cancelled her book tour. Over the years many allegations have been used to try to silence Milo such as white supremacist, white nationalist, alt-right, anti-Semite, racist, islamophobic, homophobic and transphobic. The smear that cost him both his book deal and his job, however, was one of the worst smears that anyone can throw at a person which is to call them a  paedophile.

Milo’s use of the word “boy” in a video was deliberately twisted to make it appear that he was referring to young boys when in fact he was referring to his own sexual relationship at 17 with an older man. In the unedited version of the video used to smear him, he actually stated that the age of consent was about right which clearly showed that he did not support underage sex or paedophilia.

Milo was molested by a paedophile when he was 13. In his career as a journalist, he has been responsible for shining sunlight on three pedophiles which as he pointed out at his media conference was three more than any of his accusers.

Nevertheless, the smear cost him his lucrative book deal and his job at Breitbart but his fans were not happy and immediately began to point out a number of famous people on the left who have said much worse and gotten away with it. One of those people was Bill Myer who in a video condoned sex between a 12 year old student and a 33 year old teacher. He even mocked the female guest who called it rape.

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They yelled out “Allahu Akbar” but their crimes had nothing to do with a loving God

As they were jailed for eighty years for sexually abusing young girls including one who became pregnant at just 12, after being groomed with alcohol and drugs, members of a Muslim child sex gang based in Rotherham shouted out “Allahu Akbar.” One of the most shocking things about their crimes is how long they were able to get away with them. Authorities were alerted to their activities in 1997 but appallingly these evil men were not brought to justice until twenty years later.

Look at the timeline. It reveals that the fear of all those involved that they might be seen as racist or Islamophobic allowed these disgusting predators to do whatever they liked to vulnerable young girls in Rotherham for two decades despite the authorities being alerted time and time again to their activities. It is a chilling reminder that political correctness is dangerous. It protects those who do evil because those who should be stopping evil are more concerned with how things appear rather than how things actually are.

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Sex Offenders Register a half measure cock up: even the people that use it don’t think will work

IT was always going to be a stuff up. Anytime you let a contract in government for something remotely connected to IT it is going to be problematic.

The controversial child sex offender register has been live for a day, but there are already concerns about how stretched police numbers will check-up on offenders.

The register gives police and Corrections a central source of information to share with other government agencies, at their discretion.

Nelson lawyer Steve Zindel held an information session for local lawyers yesterday, to ensure they’re up to speed on new court procedures for the register.

He said the biggest topic was the extra burden this is going to place on police and Corrections staff to ensure offenders are reporting dutifully.

“If there’s changes of address or travel details, [or] if a person leaves their house for more than two days, notifications is meant to be given to Police, so that’s going to be quite onerous on people and I can guarantee you people are going to forget or not do that on occasions.”

Zindel said there’s an Orwellian amount of information offenders must provide beyond just changes of address, like providing details of existing or new tattoos, within 72 hours of the change.

“A lot of that detail won’t be provided with fulsome detail by some offenders. There’s going to be a lot of checking required and a lot of under-reporting probably, and then it’s only going to come to light if something goes wrong, if there’d been a lack of compliance.”

Zindel said misreporting or under-reporting is likely to lead to more prosecutions, if the offender is found out.

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Pedophile principal appeals 2.5 year prison sentence. No remorse

A disgusting pedo principal is appealing his sentence.

Former school principal and convicted child sex offender Bruce Darroch is to appeal his two-and-a-half year prison sentence, a move that has “sickened” the mother of one of his victims.

His appeal is scheduled for October 18 this year.

The mother – who cannot be named to protect the identity of her child – said news of the appeal had left her child “distraught”.

“Darroch is still in denial of his guilt which shows how dangerous he actually is,” she said.

Darroch, the former principal of Te Waotu School in Putaruru, received the prison sentence on June 24 this year after being found guilty in March of possession of objectionable material, making an objectionable publication and failing to assist a police search.

The failure to assist charges related to a number of electronic devices and Darroch’s refusal to provide passwords to allow Police access to the stored data.   Read more »

Dodgy Unions of the UK – Unite union

We have our own dodgy unions here, but they are a shadow of the dodginess of UK based unions.

Look at Unite union, the supposed protector of the workers and their sexual harassment issues:

More than half the female officers in Britain’s biggest union claim to have been bullied or sexually harassed by fellow officials or members in their workplaces, a leaked internal study has found.

The report about the treatment and working conditions of female representatives at Unite also concluded that a quarter of employed officers believe allegations of bullying were not handled well by the union when they were reported.

Titled Women Officers in Unite, the report cited an official who said she felt increasingly isolated at work because of male officials talking among themselves. “I have to sit among colleagues who refer to our secretaries as the girls … [They] think it is correct to refer to black people as coloured, talk about chairmen, refer to women as a piece of skirt,” one female officer said.

One woman told interviewers she was “sexually assaulted by a senior officer in the past”. The report did not go into any further details of her case and did not explain whether the woman reported the assault to police or the union. However it is understood that incident took place in 2007 before Unite was formed through the amalgamation of three unions.

Some of the worst examples of intimidation came from members in external workplaces. One woman reported she had been told in a meeting that she needed “a good ****”.

Another respondent blamed the union’s senior management for failing to commit to inclusivity. The report quoted her as saying: “The old-boys network is alive and kicking unfortunately in Unite, where it is who you know and where they come from that matters.”

The findings are contained in the 39-page internal report about the working lives of the union’s 74 female officers, who support the union’s members and elected shop stewards on shop floors and in offices. It was commissioned by Unite’s officers national committee (ONC) in February and presented to senior management in May.

Unite’s executive is considering the four-month-old findings.

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