WARNING: Don’t watch these videos at the office or around children. Don’t miss (below) the new Canadian law legalizing sodomy with 16-year-olds.
The documentary couldn’t have been that secret since YouTube has it, but there are elements in it worth noting. And then there’s this:
And there is also this: 60 Minutes Exposing The Truth About Boystown (Breaking The Silence). And this.
There is also the horse’s mouth: the FBI itself. Child Sex Trafficking Crackdown Spreads to International Stage in 2016.
The two videos are given mostly as a reminder to myself, for future research, but also to indicate both the prevalence and difficulties prosecuting misbehavior (to use a neutral word) at the highest levels. This is of concern given the persistent rumors of similar misbehavior by our current would-be leaders, originally exposed by Wikileaks and the potential fallout from the same.
Are the rumors true? Bill Clinton did pal around with Jeffrey Epstein. Headline: Prince Andrew’s friend Jeffrey Epstein struck secret deal to ensure no ‘media frenzy’ over his conviction (this is from the Telegraph):
Epstein, now 61, was allowed to plead guilty to relatively minor charges of procuring minors for prostitution in Florida, in return for which he gained immunity from federal prosecution and the prospect of a far longer jail sentence. The plea deal was allowed despite the fact that the FBI identified 40 young women it classed as victims.
Among the publicly-available documents at the court in Palm Beach, Florida, are descriptions of how Epstein operated a ‘pyramid abuse scheme”, using his victims to recruit other under-age girls as young as 12 to become his playthings.
It’s worth pointing out this headline, which fits these stories: Canada to repeal ‘discriminatory’ anal sex ban for under-18s. Those who enjoy youth will now be able to chase after 16-year-olds in Canada. Why?
“This section of the Criminal Code is discriminatory and the LGBTQ2 community has rightfully called for its repeal,” Wilson-Raybould said, as quoted by CBC News. “Our society has evolved over the last few decades and our criminal justice system needs to evolve as well. This legislation will help ensure that the system is keeping pace with societal change and continuing to meet expectations of Canadians.”
“Diversity and inclusion have long been among the values Canadians embrace. Canadians expect their laws and their government to reflect these values,” she added.
A fellow who presumably enjoys sodomy was quoted as saying the old law barring anal sex with 16-year-olds “discriminated against gay men.” The natural question is: does the new law, which bars anal sex with 15-year-olds discriminate against gay men? If not, why not? No, really: why not?
We are forced to play How Low Can You Go. Would a law banning anal sex with 14-year-olds discriminate against gay men? If not, why not? 13-year-olds? 12? 11? Where do we stop? You tell me.
It’s a busy day and, as I say, these are just notes.