Sunday, May 05, 2013

Pedos Invited

I have a secret. On my hard drive I have heaps of photos of a naked child. She is my niece. Want to make me a dollar offer for them?

Are point 0.0015 of our population pedos? Never women, of course. They are trustworthy, but you always have to keep an eye on the blokes.

It is a sadness of our time and perhaps even worse if you are a religious person of the male variety.
http://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/latest/a/-/latest/17019697/police-called-on-grandfather-who-took-child-swimming/

Later Edit: http://thehoopla.com.au/whats-wrong-this-picture/ The comments seem pretty reasonable.

Another later edit: I was nearly going to delete this post, something I may have only done once or twice in the life of my blog. I am glad I didn't. http://thehoopla.com.au/frightened-kid-magnet/

8 comments:

  1. I read that story and it is sad that the grandfather was accused, and it is stated that the child took off her clothes voluntarily to jump in and swim. Kids will do that, they have no embarrassment. On the other hand, if no one had reported it and there was something bad going on, well, that doesn't bear thinking about.
    I wonder if the person who reported was reluctant to approach the grandfather in case he was a pedo and became violent.
    Don't be too sure about women either. I read a fictional novel many years ago about a child care centre where the woman in charge liked to "play" with the little boys as well as the girls as she helped them with using the toilets.

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    1. River, I would expect people to observe, but surely nothing he did was beyond anything but normal. I think most pedos would go to water if challenged. Yes, there have been instances of women molesting children. In PNG, some mothers stimulate their boy childrens' penis by hand from a young age, with the hope that the boy will be 'big and strong'. To you and I, that is wrong, but not to them.

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  2. better safe than sorry?
    It's all so relative and subjective. As humans, it seems we just love to rush to hasty judgments. I don't know if I'm so happy living with what others think is "safe" for me. The kid went skinny dipping and now has someone else's shame to live with. Not so better imho.

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    1. Rubye, I can only think and speak personally, and if I saw a similar situation, I would think it as innocent, unless I actually saw something that looked wrong. I recall someone saying something to Sister about Little Jo's lack of clothing when at the beach when she was less than three years old. I say let the kids run around naked for as long as they feel comfortable doing so.

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  3. Sometimes it seems males are damned if they do take an interest in their children/grandchildren and damned if they don't. There is also something wrong, if not stupid, about the assumption that only men abuse children.

    I'd be far more concerned about what goes on behind closed doors in perfectly "functional" families, not to mention the dysfunctional ones.

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    1. Well FC, the stats detail that is mostly men. You have given me a clarity of moment. You are hardly like to abuse a child at Balmoral Beach in front of the general public. What a stupid woman for calling the police.

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  4. Seriously Andrew, it's a crazy world and I have a feeling its going to get worse. I read somewhere that if you're in trouble, don't yell out for help, no on will get involved but if you yell FIRE, they'll come running..go figure!

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    1. Grace, I think you are correct about it getting worse. Interesting about yelling fire.

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