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FBI Sets up Fake Child Porn Links That if Clicked Trigger Armed Raids on Users

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posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 01:28 PM
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Originally posted by Barcs
That's like saying the people who go to excessively gory sites to see the blood and whatnot, are as bad as murderers.


equating gore aficionados, if you will, to that of purveyors, participants and perusers of kiddie porn is well beyond apples and oranges.

Those who promote, peruse or participate in such are all equally responsible for it's ongoing existence as well as furthering the continuance of the same.

The, "I don't do it, I just watch it ..." BS is nothing short of admitting one's acceptance that It's Okay.

Got Kids?




posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 01:32 PM
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Are people that watch horror movies or play GTA as bad as killers? I don't think so. I think it's just fantasy, albeit sick and twisted, but it's not real.


How can you Possibly attempt to equate horror movies and video games [fantasy] with that of the real life Reality of child porn?

That's absurd.



posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 01:36 PM
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I did something like that a few years ago. I made a video and put it on limewire with the title of "Two year old [another word for pooping] and eating it then [another word for sex that begins with F].avi. It was a video of my dog droppin a duce on my lawn and humping its blanket. I put a little text thing over the video that said


The Federal Bureau of Investigation has logged a record of this download along with the IP addresses of the participants due to potential violations of U.S. law. Reference no. 8429l271. Your IP address has been entered into our suspect database and will be sent to CPS(Child Protection Services) and local law enforcement agencies.



posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 01:36 PM
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When I first got the internet I wondered if there was child porn on it. So I looked, not to get off on it, just to see how legal it was to get it. I was investigating the morals of the web. Well, I found some and after getting a little angry and sick, I never looked again. I am on the list now. I am sure they got me. I cower in fear all day long. I went even further than the pedophiles they are raiding, I looked at real child porn. Maybe I should turn myself in. Wait, hold on, I am not a criminal and only like grown up women. Too much grey area here, moving to the jungle to be a monkey, bye.



posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 01:48 PM
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Originally posted by 12m8keall2c

Originally posted by Barcs
That's like saying the people who go to excessively gory sites to see the blood and whatnot, are as bad as murderers.


equating gore aficionados, if you will, to that of purveyors, participants and perusers of kiddie porn is well beyond apples and oranges.

Those who promote, peruse or participate in such are all equally responsible for it's ongoing existence as well as furthering the continuance of the same.

The, "I don't do it, I just watch it ..." BS is nothing short of admitting one's acceptance that It's Okay.

Got Kids?


Like I said earlier, I'd much rather have someone in their house watching it, than trying to pick up my kid or my little cousin. Watching it is sick, but actually performing the action is a completely different level of disgusting. People have fetishes. There's scat, bestiality, rape fetishes, gore fetishes, and everything you can possibly think of under the sun. If somebody gets off on rape porn videos, it's not even close to the same as raping somebody.

Again, what you said exactly fits with what I said about child slave labor. Is it the consumer's fault that corporations cheap out and buy their products from unethical places? Consumers are just trying to save money because we're in a recession, they aren't actually supporting the child slave labor. They buy it because it's cheap and they probably don't have a choice. Consumers shouldn't be responsible for corporate morality, just as the sickos who watch kiddy porn aren't responsible for the child rape. Again, we're talking fantasy vs reality here. My point was just that law enforcement should target the people who actually act on their fetish, not the ones who pretend. How are you going to solve the problem unless you get it at the roots?

If you can justify arresting someone for looking at something, then how long will it be before you can't even think about something without getting thrown in jail? I've thought about murder and death and pondered about what drives people to do it, but I'd never do it myself.


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