posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 07:32 AM
reply to post by Xeven
I have always critisized the many "moral" laws. Because any laws on sexual morals and conduct, -short of actual rape- create the opportunity for
blackmail. Naturally the USA has not just the problem with the generic Do and Don'ts of sexual comportment that other nations have, but has an
"holier than thou.." approach.
On the Age of Censent Web-site www.ageofconsent.com...
ther is an interesting sub section for US citizens traveling abroad:
which indicates that regardless of the local Age of consent, - AOC - US citizens cannot engage in any
sexual activity under 18/16 respectively. Even if for example the AOC of the persons OWN home state might be 15. So it does not take a rocket
scientist to figure out that this is just the perfect set up for black mail.
And since Service personell is pretty unlike to be able to establish a meaningful long term relationship in a foreign country, unlike a permanently
posted business man or manage of a company, the need to rely on sex-workers will remain their only outlet. Add to this the confusing appearances of
many teens today, some might be 15 and look 22 and other are 22 and look 14, fake ID and what have you, - you got all the ingredients to yell
Naturally the "sex game" has bee played since diplomacy and spying and so forth exists. Yet it seems the US has a love afari with sex scandals, just
remember the Clinton "Blow Job" affair. All other nations were laughing about the insanity of the USA's fascination with sex. Natural, the "enemy
KNOWS this" and will use it at all opportunities to screw the USA one over.
We only hear about that so many agents have been fired because of the sex scandal. But maybe the "enemy" just wanted to have exactly these specific
agents fired, because they were too damn "good" in their job! Ever thought about that?
No person is a saint and each person got a few lil skelletons hidden under his/her bed. So called "Morality-laws" just create the opportunity to
bypass your security system, weaken it or infiltrate it.
But usually one hangs with the laws one has created himself.