posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 08:14 PM
Originally posted by Creep Thumper
Stunning that only a couple of people here will walk in the victim's shoes, see the situation from another perspective.
These children were "victims," certainly.
Victims of a third-party invasion of privacy.
Victims of management unable to use common sense.
Victims of over-zealous "investigators" afraid to exercise discretion, and eager to exploit their "authority."
Victims of a criminal justice system manipulated by political correctness, and devoid of empathy and a reference to real people and normal
Victims of a "child protection" sector that is more concerned about job safety than actual threats and harm.
Victims of ignorant bystanders and commenters who are blind to nature, afraid of nudity and see sexuality as inherently perverse and criminal.
Some people (many of whom claim to speak from experience and/or authority) find it easy to overlook that no obkective proof of harm to the children
existed or was found by anyone. They overllok the fact that f family was split apart. They overlook that innocent children were forcibly removed from
their homes, subjected to sexual invasion, and placed into the custody of strangers.
They overlook that the final judgment found all of the "child safety" "experts" were wrong
and acted unlawfully.
You're part of the problem.
No, perverts brandishing the badge of authority are the problem. Self-righteousness is most dangerously embodied in "authorties" who see criminals and
perverts where none exist.
To clarify, victims being child victims in thousands of cases.
"Thousands of cases" are 100% irrelevant to any single case; they are supposed to be judged on their own merits; not on "gut instinct," years of
"experience" or presupposition and prejudice.
No children were harmed in the taking of these photographs.
edit on 13-3-2013 by jdub297 because: (no reason given)