Child porn

Discussion in 'Child Molestation is a Sin!' started by Paul Mccluskey, Sep 20, 2004.

  1. Paul Mccluskey

    Paul Mccluskey New Member

    I read recently that British Telecom blocks 20,000 attempts per day to down load child porn every day!! That comes to 7.3 million every year and that is just one internet server. The mind boggles! Proof in my opinion that there are many many servants of satan out there, so beware.
     
  2. Dove

    Dove New Member

    Remember, child porn is legal in some countries still, until everybody across the globe sees it as evil as it is, it's still going to exist.
     
  3. GM

    GM New Member

    Yes there is many many servents of satan out there. and Yes, we have to be ware.

    In both cases..... those sick pups who get a kick out of looking a children pervertedly ... and the ones who actually thrive to "interact"( if you will,) to such FILTH.

    another thing that sickens me is........ this ungodly Man Boy Love. {thing} have you ever heard of that? Men molest young boys and convince the young boy that it is natural. {THATS UTTERLY SICK} !!


    "Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter." Isaiah 5:20.
     
  4. Scolaí

    Scolaí New Member

    Anyone under the age of 16, IMO, is too young to make a reasonable decision about sexuality of any type including homosexuality.

    While I may engage in the viewing of porn, child porn is without a doubt the most depraved of sexual urges. People who create, download, and store such filth deserve the penalties that come upon them.
     
  5. Roknrol

    Roknrol New Member

    I couldn't agree with you more, Scolai - with the exception of the punishment issue. I think the punishment should be far more severe than it already is...
     
  6. MagnoliaAngel

    MagnoliaAngel New Member

    I agree. You must realise that in some countries they still have men marrying little girls...
    They see nothing wrong in it, child porn or adult porn--theres no difference to them. No age line.
    But I think that the people in Europe/North America that were raised knowing that it's wrong,yet still do it..I think they need help...seriously(it is against their culture isnt it?).
     
  7. defenderoftruth

    defenderoftruth New Member

    I know sin is sin but I personally think there's a (not so)-special place in hell for the unrepentant child molester. They are monsters period. Africa is so rampant with child molestation because of satan's helpers the "witch doctors" they tell AIDS infected men to have sex with innocent young children to get rid of their AIDS. These guys outta be round up and thrown in jail-or death penalty. Not only the molester but the sicko witch doctor. It's a real epidemic overthere. Reminds me of what Jesus said, Luke 17:2.
     
  8. defenderoftruth

    defenderoftruth New Member

    Did you all hear about yahoo having to shut down their user created chat rooms? They had ones under educational called "young girls who like older guys" etc. I don't think counseling is what these men/women need. Obviously when they look at child porn they are going to go after young children in the neighborhood. Some places have 3 strikes your out laws, as we do in Washington state. (for class A felonies) I don't think molesters and child porn ring freaks deserve even that many. When they do it once more than likely they will re-offend. Thoughts are step 1, child porn is step 2, it's only a matter of time when they act out on those thoughts/pictures they are into. (just like adultery and homosexuality)I say put'em in jail and throw away the key (molesters child porn ring masters). Sadly many will claim a life changed through Christ, be released and then re-offend, but then the second time they kill the poor kid to keep them quiet. I personally think that letting an sexual offender out after being caught is welcoming them to kill their victims. Look at the creep who killed jessica lundy. He was a repeat offender. He should have never gotten out!!
     
  9. Roknrol

    Roknrol New Member

    Just a side-note here, and I believe this describes the exception, not the rule. I have a close friend (also in Washington State, actually) who was released from prison a few years ago after being convicted for child molestation. He admits that there are no excuses for his behavior and has absolutely no desire to repeat his prior actions. He has since become a hard-working, drug free (including alcohol) individual.

    I'll be honest, I was his friend before I found out his past - I likely would not have embraced a friendship with him had I known about his past at the time. I think he has repented and moved on - he has put that chapter of his life behind him and has made numerous efforts to stay in line. Not everyone that messes up is unfixable...

    ...however, I will say that (IMO) he is in the minority...
     
  10. defenderoftruth

    defenderoftruth New Member

    I know there can be change in the person, the bible says so. But unfortunately many claim to be reformed just to get out and re-offend.
     
  11. Geshtinnanna

    Geshtinnanna New Member

    Would you let him baby sit your kid though?
     
  12. Roknrol

    Roknrol New Member

    My wife and I had discussed this, actually. It pains me to say that our answer would be "no". It's not really an issue of mistrust so much as we're extremely careful about who watches our son anyway. We won't let my sister-in-law watch him and we won't let one of my sisters watch him either.

    Aside from that, we brought the topic up to my friend once and he said he would rather not. Not from temptation, but that he's uncomfortable with the idea.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm not attempting to justify anything he did in the past. Do I think he's changed? Absolutely! He's a gay man who was HARDCORE into drugs when the incident occurred. He is still gay, however he doesn't feel the need to "hide" himself in drugs anymore - he's become comfortable with himself. I should also say that his transgression was not physical. I'm not going to say any more because there's no point in getting graphic, but there was no physical interaction. He also, after the fact (about 2 hours later) called the mother as well as the cops. He turned himself in.

    I digress...in answer to your question, the answer would be "no". Does that mean he shouldn't have the opportunity to prove to society that he *has* changed? I don't think so. I think he deserves that chance - but like I said, he's a minority IMO...
     
  13. Geshtinnanna

    Geshtinnanna New Member

    Cool..

    Off topic, why is this here and not in the other thread?
     
  14. Roknrol

    Roknrol New Member

    Um...not sure which thread you're talking about...it's in this thread 'cos this is the thread I was responding to when I wrote it :D
     
  15. Geshtinnanna

    Geshtinnanna New Member

    Lol. Let me clarify. Why is this thread not in the child molestation is a sin thread? Seems better over there, no?
     
  16. Roknrol

    Roknrol New Member

    Ahh...wasn't a specific statement for me then :) Perhaps one of the mods would be kind enough to relocate it :) I agree - it looks like it would be better placed over there!
     
  17. Dove

    Dove New Member

    You aren't catholic then, I take it.
     
  18. V-Agent

    V-Agent New Member

    I take it Catholics are the only people comitting this grave sin then?

    Odd, I'll have to mention that to the Anglicans, Mormons, Seventh-days, Baptists and the whole gamut of Charismatics, Gnostics, Seculars and what have you who have been guilty over the years...

    Sin is a human condition no matter what sect they belong to - sad, but true.
     
  19. satanic_fool

    satanic_fool New Member

    ...

    Child porn is dirty :evil:
     
  20. OriginOfSin

    OriginOfSin New Member

    I'm 15 and i'm smart enough to do that, although i'm not stupid enough nor am i gay to go out with a man. (or ANYONE who's alot older than me)
     

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