posted on Jul, 3 2012 @ 06:52 PM
Originally posted by seiva7
reply to post by TheFogHorn
well, the parents ARE to blame...
Absolutely disgusting comment to make. Only thirty years ago children could walk the streets at night and probably nothing would happen to them. Now,
in certain parts of the UK, they are likely to come across men like this. Yes, the parents should be more aware of the dangers posed by these men and
keep their daughters in at night but the real culprits are the abusers. Your comment just fuels the abuse. The solution is not to keep daughters
inside but to get to the root cause of the problem....and in there lies the difficulty. The root cause is not the parents. Keeping the children inside
will not remove the growing problem of the 'us and them' mentality, the 'holier than thou' mentality and the general lack of respect for the dignity
of 'the infidel'.
You can't keep young teenage girls out of the path of these predators all the time. They have to have a life and that includes being free for some
time of the day. If they are driven to and from school and cannot spend time outdoors they will be psychologically and physically damaged. Keeping
children locked inside with no freedoms is definately going to cause problems.
The parents should educate their daughters on the danger so they are better equipped to handle the approaches, but many parents in the UK are badly
informed of these dangers and many also do not like to face them due to political correctness indoctrination.
edit on 3-7-2012 by TheFogHorn
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