posted on Dec, 20 2010 @ 02:50 PM
While the mere thought that a book such as this could be written and sold makes me sick...if you ban one book, where does the banning end?
I have books that are now considered "banned" due to their content. None of which are associated with anything remotely as deplorable as this but
are considered "dangerous" for their content. They are dangerous to those who realize that the knowledge gleaned from them can be used for either
self defense or ... other reasons.
Keep in mind that I in no way condone nor do I think a book such as this should be made public, I cannot say that it's OK to ban this book knowing
the slippery slope this leads us to.
Reading the book is one thing. Acting upon the matter entailed in the book is quite another.
As a father who has seen numerous news reports about individuals who molest children, I would certainly be pissed at the author but would kill the
person who touched my child.
Freedom is something that comes with a price. Once freedom is curtailed, it's then only up to those thinking they know best regarding how more
freedoms will be curtailed.
The author is sick and demented but has the inalienable right to publish his hellish book. The book itself will commit no crime.
If you prefer to live in a world similar to that depicted by the movie "Minority Report"...be prepared for the aftermath.