Originally posted by severdsoul
This mother needs brought up on child abuse charges,
it is illegal to give a child that age a tattoo in the U.S. should
be in U.K. as well, not sure but someone needs to file some
charges, that is just wrong.
I am not against tatt's, have a few myself and want a few more, but
NO ONE should be given one unless they decide for them self they
want it, and a child is to young to make that decision.
This is sickening, wrong on so many levels.
Footage of the incident, thought to have taken place in Havana, Cuba
Originally posted by TheProphetMark
People are beginning to become very shallow and cruel these days. That poor boy deserves better parents, I hope the Mother loses him and gets thrown into jail. Just sick.
Outside the military, many worried parents had their children tattooed after the Lindbergh baby was kidnapped in 1932, and women became interested in tattoos as cosmetic makeup. When social security cards were issued in 1936, men and women flocked to get them tattooed on their arm. And in 1955, the Assistant Secretary of Defense suggested that citizens get their blood type tattooed on their bodies in case of a military attack against the U.S. (DeMello 2007).
Several viewers have suggested that the tattoo may have had something to do with the family’s cultural. One viewer (Brittany Paul) suggested that the video was actually a clip from a UNICEF documentary:
“It is actually part of a 45 minute UNICEF video on child trafikking. This is an incredibly common practice in countries where children are abducted and sold into the sex and drug trade. The practice of branding allows the child to be returned to their families in the event that they are resuced. Children are often taken before they are old enough to know common identifiers about themselves and before this practice would frequently end up in the Foster care system.”
A search of available videos released by UNICEF did not contain any “branding” or “tattooing” of babies.
Originally posted by w810i
reply to post by WeRpeons
In the states it is against the law for an person to get inked if they are under 18, unless their parent or guardian is there and signs the consent form.
"Antichrist is the best person in the world," he says. "Antichrist means don't put your eyes on Jesus because Jesus of Nazareth wasn't a Christian. Antichrist means do not put your eyes on Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Put it on Jesus after the cross." And de Jesus says that means him. So far, de Jesus says that his flock hasn't been scared off by his claims of being the Antichrist. In a show of the sway he holds over the group, 30 members of his congregation Tuesday went to a tattoo parlor to have 666 also permanently etched onto their skin.