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16 Responses to “I know I said I won’t lead a protest again …”
The reason this protest won’t gain impetus, esp in the western US dominated nations is because the US is on a huge anti pedophilia crusade.
They’fre using this issue as an excuse to cover its real intentions of diminishing free speech.
There is no way the US is going to allow pubescent females to be topless.
US (culture) is very closed and repressive anyway and it wants its narrow-mindedness spread world wide.
The fact that a US congress-man had hundreds of thousands of dollars spent to cover a topless statue he posed next to shows how shallow and hateful of anything different the White House really is.
Scandanavian countries are mercifully free of US influence and may well be seen as the true innovators of the 21st century. Japan could’ve been up there but the US anticipated their lateral thinking and stepped in.
But to curb our enthusiasm for things progressive and emancipating the
US has come up with a solution which could be entitled ‘final’
All I can say, John Dalley, is that these days its hard to tell what IS the REAL feminism. Are they anti the “exploitation of women”, or do they support porn and prostitution as a useful way to undermine “patriarchy”? This is just one extreme example.
Interesting how well treated women are in those societies where bare breasts are traditional, isn’t it?
“hinamanu – see my blog regarding the justifications for pedophilia.”
David Farrar – if you don’t ban this scumbag that made this comment then you must condone dirty low life kid fuckers . stan – you are a pus ridden stain in history . Your comment was both offensive and criminal . Ban this scum David ?
I find it ironic that you’ll be at the EFB March on Wednesday D4J, considering how much you hate freedom of speech…
The anti-pedophile foundation “Soelaas” petitioned the courts to ban the Party for Neighbourly Love, Freedom, and Diversity, but the judges ruled in the PNVD’s favour. “The freedom of expression, the freedom of assembly and the freedom of association should be seen as the foundations of the democratic rule of law and the PNVD is also entitled to these freedoms,” the court said in a statement.