posted on Dec, 6 2014 @ 04:43 AM
a reply to: AnonSocialNetwork
I, too, have noticed the 'soft' terminology used in any reporting of these shocking allegations. It sticks out like a throbbing sore thumb to me.
Any similar reports of paedo crimes contain words and phrases like child-molester, perverted, child-rapist, torture, dangerous, etc..
I believe and agree that the media reporting of this high-profile paedo-pit of vile-ness is now trying to soften us up into thinking paedos are not
such bad people. We have recently had a tv programme aired in the UK, where a man who finds children sexually attractive is saying he is not a danger
to children in society, and claims that there are many adults like him who should be accepted and helped. If anyone can find a link to the prog and
post - thank you.
I can see it coming from miles away. This is what I think .. .
The investigation is being deliberately delayed for one reason, to quickly groom us to accept paedophilia is common and normal for humans and rather
than punish the perpetrators, we should be giving them our sympathy and helping them before they offend. The ones that have offended and convicted
will be considered let down by society, if we had helped instead of punishing them they wouldn't have offended/re-offended. It's society's fault, and
if we are to protect children we need to change the way we see paedophiles.
We are being 'guided' to think this way by the media. And all this is being done so that the high-profile perverts when eventually exposed, will be
treated with kid-gloves and put in a treatment program instead of thrown in jail and left to rot.
It won't work on me.
edit on 6-12-2014 by doobydoll because: (no reason given)