PEDOPHILIA: Next on the WOKE AGENDA

Pedophilia is next up on the Woke Agenda. Pedophiles will become victims of society. You will be reduced to a fearful monstrosity if you do not lend your compassion and understanding to those who sexually assault children.

If you aren’t down with adults having sex with 12 year old girls and 6 year old boys, you will be targeted by Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, George Soros, AOC, the Squad and the Far Left.

You’ll be branded “Pedophobic”.

It’s coming. It’s been coming for decades. The Far Left has been planning this since the 1960s. They’ve actually been fairly open about it if you’ve paid attention.

Here is your glimpse of the first steps towards normalizing pedophilia and YOU becoming a pedophobic.

The latest euphemism and Orwellian language warp is “Minor-Attracted People”.

“From my perspective, there is no morality or immorality attached to attraction to anyone because no one can control who they’re attracted to at all. In other words, it’s not who we’re attracted to that’s either okay or not okay. It’s our behaviors and responding to that attraction that are either okay or not okay.” Allyn Walker

“Challenging widespread assumptions that persons who are preferentially attracted to minors—often referred to as “pedophiles”—are necessarily also predators and sex offenders, this book takes readers into the lives of non-offending minor-attracted persons (MAPs). There is little research into non-offending MAPs, a group whose experiences offer valuable insights into the prevention of child abuse. Navigating guilt, shame, and fear, this universally maligned group demonstrates remarkable resilience and commitment to living without offending and to supporting and educating others. Using data from interview-based research, A Long, Dark Shadow offers a crucial account of the lived experiences of this hidden population.”


Islam Does Not Advocate Pedo-Rape & Jesus Never Spoke Out Against Slavery

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Here is a comment that is no so uncommon amongst those who wish to criticize Islam while being ignorant of their own history and religion:

 

 Yeah the “prophet” Mohamed also said forcing little girls to be married at 6, and raped was ok. Fuck this posting and the politically correct bullshit behind it. What other religion advocates for rape, murder, terror, beheading, and the stoning of women simply because some guy is attracted to her? Fuck jihad.

I dislike all religions. That said, Mohammad never said that “forcing little girls to be married at age 6, and raped was ok.”  Mohammad did marry several wives and he did marry a young girl named Aisha.  Aisha was somewhere between the ages of 9 & 13.  That’s bad enough.  No need to go into full hyperbole mode on that one.  He did not rape her.  As was the custom in that age, he waited until her “first blood” to consummate the marriage.  This was a custom in Europe at that time as well.  This was not so unusual in America as recent as the late 1800s.

If one is going to criticize Mohammad, one should probably first look closer to home.  There is a good chance that someone in your recent ancestry is guilty of the same behavior…AND thought it normal.  If one is going to criticize something, one should have at least a basic understanding of that which one is criticizing. Otherwise, one simply looks ignorant.

No religion that I know of specifically advocates rape. However, both Islam and Christianity advocate murder, terror, stoning, etc. Also, Christians have raped and employed rape as terror. This happens today in Africa right alongside Muslim rapine. American “Christians” have been found guilty of raping young girls in all of our wars. What does Jesus say about motes and eyes, etc? Judge not, lest ye be judged. I know that Christians hate to actually use the Bible except as a weapon of mass distraction but it contains much wisdom if only Christians would actually read the damn thing.

Read the Bible. It is horrifically similar to the Qu’ran. As a matter of fact, much in the Qu’ran is plagiarized from the Bible.

Christians would know this IF THEY ACTUALLY READ THE fuckin’ BIBLE as opposed to the average Christian using it as a home decoration and nothing more. lol

It should embarass Christians that one such as I have read the Bible and written about the Bible at University, yet I am not Christian. While the majority of Christians have never read the Bible except in snippets and overheard soundbites from TV, their pastor or on the internet.

I am often irked to hell by Christians due to their ignorance about their own mythology. They ignore all of the horrors and atrocities committed by their own while castigating others for theirs.

Let’s take Jesus. Jesus talks about slavery in the Bible. Basically, he tells slaves to “honor” their masters.  What does this say about the attitudes of Jesus Christ about/towards slavery.

1. Jesus thought slavery to be normal.
2. He didn’t think it a sin for one man to own another.
3. Female slaves were sold as sexual objects and subjected to rape on a daily and sometimes hourly basis.
4. Honoring one’s master is, in part, being obedient. Therefore, when female slave is told to bend over and allow her master to enter her anal cavity, Jesus had already commanded slaves to honor their masters.

Did Jesus think that slavery was ok. Did Jesus think that owning another human was just. Was Jesus telling female slaves that their rape at the hands of their master was good in the eyes of God.  Probably not. I would like to think that Jesus thought that rape of slaves was bad. I would like to think that slavery was seen as an evil by Jesus.

The simple fact of the matter is that Jesus did not speak out for or against slavery. Was slavery simply not important enough a social subject for Jesus to speak of. Was slavery so unremarkable in the time in which Jesus lived that he simply felt it something about which there was no necessity to speak.

I can’t answer these questions. I can only say that Jesus said nothing about Slavery itself.

What does that say about Jesus the man? To me, it says that he was a man of his time. That, to me, is revealing. It says to me that he was a reflection of his times which means that he was mortal and not a God or a son of God any more than you or I.  A God or a representative of God would not be affected by local or era customs.  He would be above and beyond such things.

Yet, the West has spent nearly 2,000 years worshiping this man as well as murdering and conquering in his name.

And what does that say about us.

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