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House panel examines growing problem of child sex trafficking

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posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 03:38 PM
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House panel examines growing problem of child sex trafficking


www.cnn.com

the internet has greatly expanded child prostitution and child sex trafficking. In particular, witnesses cited online advertising sites such as Craigslist and backpage.com as facilitating the ability of people to hire child prostitutes.

Child sex trafficking is a growing scourge of American society, with at least 100,000 teenagers believed lured into prostitution and "sexual slavery" each year

Most Americans believe the problem exists overseas in developing countries, but Maloney said it occurs in neighborhoods across the country
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posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 03:38 PM
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What do you guys think of this?
100K is 100K too much!

But is the article being truthful, could this be just the setting of a base to take over the internet with such a sensitive subject?

One side of me is thinking this is govt. trying to take over the other side is saying who cares about the internet if kids are being sold and if I am against something being done then I am part of the problem.

Thoughts?

www.cnn.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 04:09 PM
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What I find intriguing about the article is it says "growing problem." It should've never became a problem to begin with. With laws in place that give refuge to offenders by giving them prison terms, the problem is only going to get worse.

It's bad enough that rapists only get prison time and on the sex-offenders registry but sick sons-of-bitches that would prostitute a child or have sex with a child? There exists no better punishment than public execution. No castration. No registration. no prison terms. Public and televised execution of the offenders should be the sentence for violators.

There's no hope for them. Women are not sex objects and to think that there are those who think children are is just simply repulsive. Execute them. No remorse. No hesitaation.

Why is it only now that Congress think it's a problem? Hell, Congress is the problem when it comes to things like this.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 07:08 PM
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Child porn has been the excuse lately to get rid of certain dissidents. I think we could cut it back quickly in America if we made it a Capital crime. Rape a child, get drawn & quartered on national TV. A lot of powerful people have been linked to pedophilia. Seeing them pulled apart by 4 horses going in separate directions would be a crowd pleaser to 1 in 4 women (# of women affected by rape as a child or older).



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 07:34 PM
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Originally posted by Doctor G
Child porn has been the excuse lately to get rid of certain dissidents. I think we could cut it back quickly in America if we made it a Capital crime. Rape a child, get drawn & quartered on national TV. A lot of powerful people have been linked to pedophilia. Seeing them pulled apart by 4 horses going in separate directions would be a crowd pleaser to 1 in 4 women (# of women affected by rape as a child or older).


A lot of powerful people are alleged to be involved in child trafficking as well. I have read that the scale of this, and the complicity of people in very high places is mind-blowing,

Whils, I abhor paedophilia and child sex trafficking, I do suspect this could be being used as an excuse for pernicious reasons to control the internet.

The problem is, those same 'powerful people' would still have access to the internet, and therefore could still use it for their criminal child sex activities.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 07:39 PM
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Execution is too quick and I can't think of any methods of torture that are horrible enough. If anyone is the scum of the earth it is the people who do this for a living.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 08:20 PM
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I believe the roots of the child trafficking for sex reach very deep into some very powerful people. Of course, these people will never be brought to justice, unless of course some average Joe manages to get hold of one of these people. I am not advocating violence by any means when I say that, it is simply the truth.

There are some people that might be powerful in their communities but they are small fish and they will be made an example of right after the guy that might be a neighbor of anyone of us.

I have nothing good to say and will not defend those who would harm a child. They have no place in society and should be removed from it. Again, I am not advocating violence just their removal from those who are not sick. The sickness these people hold cannot be cured; it is something they are born with (after all we are told sexual orientation is born into a person). Since they cannot be repaired completely they should not be held close to society, they should be separated.

This has been going on for some time. Sadly those who are involved the deepest will remain in the shadows of justice and out of reach.

Raist



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 08:48 PM
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WHY DOES THIS STILL HAPPEN??? Its like a problem that never ever goes away. UGH!

In regards to CL and or internet sites there are some* teenage girls that sometimes go looking for that sort of thing. It doesn't make it right at all it just makes the issue more complicated.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 09:04 PM
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"But is the article being truthful, could this be just the setting of a base to take over the internet with such a sensitive subject?"

I think you hit the nail on the head. An outcry for children will eventually cripple the internet by way of lawmakers and politicians. Parents need to do their job. I have to ask, where are those 100,000 parents? Once again, we see a story setting the precedent to solve a symptom without addressing the disease. These children should be safe...but they are not safe because of craigslist? Please



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 09:15 PM
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Sadly, many of those 100,000 parents are not being parents but simply roommates to their children. I have seen parents who treat their teens as friends, which is good to a point, but they also need guidance and a parent in the forefront of that friendship.

When I say that I have seen parents treat their teens as friends it is as if they accept everything their teen wishes to do without stepping in and saying no you cannot do that. Yes, I understand that the teen can do things when the parent is not around but if they know you are against it they are more likely to think about their decision beforehand. I know this because I was once I teen. Did I always listen? No, but I learned when I messed up why I was told not to do something and at times I thought about what they said beforehand and decided against and watched the after math of those who did. I watched as those who took part felt consequences they did not like.

I am not saying to hold kids on such a tight leash that they cannot explore who they are, but certainly just letting them run free is just as bad a choice. No one wants to be taken advantage of, no one wants to be made into something less than human and be an object. Those that are falling into this are not doing it out of free will, at least not the final results. They might be intrigued to try something and are being tricked, but they most certainly are not jumping into this knowing the full outcome of their choices.

As I said in my first post, those who are the deepest in this will never see the light of justice. They have people that will be tossed under the bus and those willing to fall for them because of empty promises. The world of sex slavery revolves around empty promises from all angles.

Raist



posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 08:09 AM
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Belgian judge bins child paedophile raids evidence
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Portuguese child paedophile ring.
'Ten people, including members of the political and media elite in Portugal.'
www.independent.co.uk...

Jersey Child Abuse, allegedly involving senior figures:
www.timesonline.co.uk...

Jersey Child Abuse, more allegations.
postmanpatel.blogspot.com...

It is interesting to note that this case was 'bungled'
www.dailymail.co.uk...

On 8.9.99 a Child Porn & Incest web-site was shut-down in Texas; it held a database of 250,000 world-wide members of whom 35,000 are from the USA and 7,272 from the UK (Operation Ore) (the US counterpart was called Operation Avalanche). It is alleged that members of the Blair administration were implicated. . Blair issued a D-Notice, ie. a media blackout on this story. Several resignations 'coincidentally' took place at that time. The alleged cover up is described in the article below.

Blair covering up a paedophile scandal?
www.tpuc.org...

George Bush, The CIA, Mind Control & Child Abuse
www.spiritone.com...

Israelis in Haiti for Organ Harvesting and Child Trafficking?
aangirfan.blogspot.com...

EU & Germany are trying to legalise paedophilia:
innocentvoicesuk.com...

Israel. Sex Slavery Thrives
www.thetruthseeker.co.uk...

David Icke: Paedophilia and Satanism.
www.davidicke.com...

These are some articles I have found on the subject of powerful people involved in child abuse. There are many, more.

So, if our governments seriously want to clamp down on paedophilia, I suggest they start cleaning up the vile cess pit which is own back yard.










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posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 08:15 AM
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Oh yes, then there are the Vatican cover ups too.
second line.



posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 08:56 AM
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Well that just reminded me ...

I remember during one of moments of media coverage of the priest scandal, there was something about a large number of kids being molested at Disney's theme parks by Disney employees. It didn't get much attention in the media, though, because the people who own Disney also own a lot of the tv and news networks.

Is the government going to investigate something like that seriously? Hellz no. They don't want to upset the media giants, the same way the media giants don't want to upset the political elite.



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