In 2002, facts about the political elite, which rule the emerging European Union (EU), were discovered in the Berlin trial of terrorist Hans-Joachim Klein (Klein was sentenced for nine years’ imprisonment for his part in a 1975 terrorist attack on an OPEC ministers).
During this trial, the most disgusting facts that were discovered were about Daniel Cohn-Bendit, a member of the European Parliament, and member of French green party.
Cohn-Bendit, like Joschka Fischer (German Foreign Minister), was part of the Soviet-organized European terrorist underground, and during Klein’s trial photos were published of Fischer attacking a policeman in Frankfurt… but this is not the most shocking fact, for those who do not know it sit down and read it…
Marc Daniel Cohn-Bendit, son of stateless German Jewish parents, emigrated to France in 1933, and in the mid-1970s, was an outspoken defender of paedophilia, in this trial were available to the press excerpts from Cohn-Bandit’s 1975 memoir Le Gran Bazaar. The book describes the radical leader’s experiences, with children, in Frankfurt, where he lived after being kicked out of France.
This book of memories describes in disturbing details his relation with some of the young children that were on his care, the most horrible experience that he wrote was about a little girl of 5 years old that was in his charge and shocking confessions about sexual experiences with children in a German playground school where he worked.
In his book you can read disturbing and shocking confessions like “It happened some [...]
Stranger offenders view children as weak, helpless, frail, defenseless, little objects they can toy with and use to fulfill and manipulate for their own personal gratification and when the offender is satisfied, the child is easily disposed with.“A stranger offender can range from passive exhibitionists, to the sadistic murderer, briber, flattery.”1 Innocent looking stranger offenders love to use acts of kindness, treats, and ask for requests to engage conversation to lure away and snatch up our precious children from us.
Pedophiles are found at every social economic level and are come from well-established members of the community. We all hear stories concerning members of clergy, well-respected businessmen and schoolteachers who were exposed as pedophiles. Well, the majority of pedophiles never cross the line into child molestation; pedophiles remain quiet, keep to themselves and pursue their sexual interests at home. Most common pedophile personality type are the immature pedophiles. These types never maintain a successful interpersonal relationship with others. There is a point in their lives, they discover that sexual activities with pre-pubescent children can be achieved and the pedophile feels a sense of fulfillment they cannot obtain from anyone else. Their loner deviants who don’t associate other deviants. Since they lack social contact, they recess downward into deeper pedophilia fantasies. Which makes the pedophile crave more sexual activities with a pre-pubescent child.
A pedophile will usually exhibit a series of personality characteristics that are common in his type behavior for this type offender. Here is a list behavior personality [...]
Gerald Hannon, a homosexual who openly lobbies for the abolishment of age of consent laws, has big plans for our youth. He and other homosexual militants are aggressively pushing “recruitment” programs in public schools. Hannon, in the book Lavender Culture (New York University Press, 1994) whines that the ‘gay rights movement’ has not involved a large number of young children. He writes, “At present, we do not have organizations that are chock-a-block full of young people…to attract young people to the gay movement should be the challenge to the next phase of the movement.” His solution to this problem is to establish homosexual youth clubs with gay adult advisors to act as mentors.
As homosexuals continue to slither their way into our public schools, more children will be molested and sucked into the homosexual world, where many of them will die.
On May 25, 2000, Scott Whiteman, an employee of the PRC (Parents Rights Commission) attended a “Teach Out” provided by the GLSEN, (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Educators Network) given at Tufts University. The “class” is for 14 – 21 year olds. Whiteman secretly videotaped several workshops, including “What They Didn’t Tell You About Queer Sex & Sexuality In Health Class. A Workshop For Youth Only.” Whiteman listened to two lesbians and one homosexual teach children how to engage in “fisting”, a commonplace sex act in the homosexual community which has resulted in many injuries and even one known death. They also, in this AIDS infested time, [...]
Since 1996, Congress has passed several laws that address sexually explicit materials and sexual predation found on the Internet, including:
The Communications Decency Act (CDA): Passed in 1996, the CDA represents Congress’s first attempt to regulate children’s access to sexually explicit material on the Internet. The CDA made it illegal to put “indecent” content on the Internet where kids could find it. However, the Supreme Court unanimously declared the CDA unconstitutional in 1997 in Reno v. ACLU for “broad suppression of speech addressed to adults”; the term “indecent” was found to be too vague. The Child Online Protection Act (COPA): In 1998 a narrower version of the CDA required commercial Web sites to verify proof of age before giving users access to sexually explicit material considered obscene for minors. COPA was immediately challenged by the ACLU and other civil liberty organizations, and in 1999 a permanent injunction was ordered against its enforcement. On May 13, 2002, in ACLU v. Ashcroft, the Supreme Court directed a lower court to reexamine its ruling that COPA was unconstitutional. On March 7, 2003, the court again found that COPA was unconstitutional. On June 29, 2004 the Supreme Court kept in place the 1999 lower-court ruling against the enforcement of COPA, but ordered the lower court to consider whether recent advancements in filtering technologies could protect children more or less effectively than the criminal sanctions specified in COPA. The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA): In 2000, Congress enacted CIPA, which took effect in [...]