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Denmark's decade of shame


Shqiptar

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The recent past can be a strange country and the recent past in other countries, even those we'd regard as neighbours can be very strange indeed. The 1960s was a lazy, crazy decade and while many old protocols were rightfully overturned, in the opinion of this writer, some of the changes wrought as a result of those ten years tended far too much towards the if-it-feels-good-it's-good outlook. And of all of these, surely Denmark's decision in 1969 to legalise pornography ranks amongst the craziest.

At first glance, the measure might not seem so objectionable. Pornography is widely available now but the Danish measure meant that it was perfectly legal to possess and to sell for profit images of children being raped. For 10 years of madness, Denmark became a centre for the sourcing and distribution of paedophilic images and magazines and it very quickly turned into an extraordinarily lucrative business.

The ban was reintroduced in 1979 but by then, numerous Danish "entrepreneurs" had become enormously wealthy as a result. Was Marcellus's comment in Hamlet about "the state of Denmark" ever more apt?

Danes First to Legalise Child Pornography - Sunday Business Post
 


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Dylan2010

if the underlying activity is illegal then surely profiting from it should be illegal? could you have murdered someone and legally have made a movie about it?
 

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The recent past can be a strange country and the recent past in other countries, even those we'd regard as neighbours can be very strange indeed. The 1960s was a lazy, crazy decade and while many old protocols were rightfully overturned, in the opinion of this writer, some of the changes wrought as a result of those ten years tended far too much towards the if-it-feels-good-it's-good outlook. And of all of these, surely Denmark's decision in 1969 to legalise pornography ranks amongst the craziest.

At first glance, the measure might not seem so objectionable. Pornography is widely available now but the Danish measure meant that it was perfectly legal to possess and to sell for profit images of children being raped. For 10 years of madness, Denmark became a centre for the sourcing and distribution of paedophilic images and magazines and it very quickly turned into an extraordinarily lucrative business.

The ban was reintroduced in 1979 but by then, numerous Danish "entrepreneurs" had become enormously wealthy as a result. Was Marcellus's comment in Hamlet about "the state of Denmark" ever more apt?

Danes First to Legalise Child Pornography - Sunday Business Post
Forms of it still remain legal btw.
Anyway this makes a nonsense of the argument about the "futility" of our ban on *insert here*. Our ban on child porn was redundant as viewers could and in certain case still can hop on a plane to Copenhagen, in fact the "hypocrisy" of exporting our problem etc. etc.
 

leftymania

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EUSSR and its leftist marxist commisaars are legalising paedophilia

The recent past can be a strange country and the recent past in other countries, even those we'd regard as neighbours can be very strange indeed. The 1960s was a lazy, crazy decade and while many old protocols were rightfully overturned, in the opinion of this writer, some of the changes wrought as a result of those ten years tended far too much towards the if-it-feels-good-it's-good outlook. And of all of these, surely Denmark's decision in 1969 to legalise pornography ranks amongst the craziest.

At first glance, the measure might not seem so objectionable. Pornography is widely available now but the Danish measure meant that it was perfectly legal to possess and to sell for profit images of children being raped. For 10 years of madness, Denmark became a centre for the sourcing and distribution of paedophilic images and magazines and it very quickly turned into an extraordinarily lucrative business.

The ban was reintroduced in 1979 but by then, numerous Danish "entrepreneurs" had become enormously wealthy as a result. Was Marcellus's comment in Hamlet about "the state of Denmark" ever more apt?

Danes First to Legalise Child Pornography - Sunday Business Post
EUSSR and its leftist marxist commisaars are legalising paedophilia
"In all previous EU Treaties,there was an Article, expressing that the Treaty must be interpreted without prejudice or discrimination to any sexual orientation. There was in every EU Treaty until now, always a protocol added to the 'sexual orientation' Article, whereby paedophilia was expressly excluded as a protected sexual orientation.

The Lisbon Treaty, however, is different. Article 21 permits any sexual orientation, as per usual, but, for the first time, the protocol expressly excluding paedophilia is nowhere to be found. "
the tap: Lisbon Treaty Legalises Paedophilia
 
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lochlannach

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Forms of it still remain legal btw.
Anyway this makes a nonsense of the argument about the "futility" of our ban on *insert here*. Our ban on child porn was redundant as viewers could and in certain case still can hop on a plane to Copenhagen, in fact the "hypocrisy" of exporting our problem etc. etc.
Hypocrisy? You think we should have catered for this tendency here??
 
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Dylan2010

EUSSR and its leftist marxist commisaars are legalising paedophilia
"In all previous EU Treaties,there was an Article, expressing that the Treaty must be interpreted without prejudice or discrimination to any sexual orientation. There was in every EU Treaty until now, always a protocol added to the 'sexual orientation' Article, whereby paedophilia was expressly excluded as a protected sexual orientation.

The Lisbon Treaty, however, is different. Article 21 permits any sexual orientation, as per usual, but, for the first time, the protocol expressly excluding paedophilia is nowhere to be found. "
the tap: Lisbon Treaty Legalises Paedophilia
are you trippin bro? look it up in a medical dictionary

Sexual orientation - Medical Definition and More from Merriam-Webster

Definition of SEXUAL ORIENTATION

: the inclination of an individual with respect to heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual behavior
 

Amnesiac

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if the underlying activity is illegal then surely profiting from it should be illegal? could you have murdered someone and legally have made a movie about it?
Making profit selling a movie about a dead person will not lead to more people being killed.
 

Dan_Murphy

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if the underlying activity is illegal then surely profiting from it should be illegal? could you have murdered someone and legally have made a movie about it?
As an extreme example, if I had a camera watching the Twin Towers when the planes crashed into them and sold the recording, I would be profiting from a most heinous activity.
 
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Dylan2010

Making profit selling a movie about a dead person will not lead to more people being killed.
well it could if there was a market for snuff movies.

As an extreme example, if I had a camera watching the Twin Towers when the planes crashed into them and sold the recording, I would be profiting from a most heinous activity.
there is a difference between being a causal observer and being a direct link in a chain especially where the "cameraman" could have stopped/reported the activity or the intial distributor reported the cameraman.
 

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As an extreme example, if I had a camera watching the Twin Towers when the planes crashed into them and sold the recording, I would be profiting from a most heinous activity.
Less extravagantly, locksmiths profit from burglary.
 

leftymania

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are you trippin bro? look it up in a medical dictionary

Sexual orientation - Medical Definition and More from Merriam-Webster
Firstly I am not your "bro".

Secondly, one of the main tenets of marxism is to change the meaning of words to suit their agenda. Don't be so naive. You look up a dictionary and think people cannot make laws according to their own agenda simply because the dictionary doesn't say so. What idiocy.

Thirdly you have not read THEIR law properly, THEY state themselves and whereas before they used to EXCLUDE paedophilia, now they do not exclude it.

I somehow knew I would have to put in 'bold' type the part relevant for the pedestrian amongst us to grasp it.

EUSSR and its leftist marxist commisaars are legalising paedophilia
"In all previous EU Treaties,there was an Article, expressing that the Treaty must be interpreted without prejudice or discrimination to any sexual orientation. There was in every EU Treaty until now, always a protocol added to the 'sexual orientation' Article, whereby paedophilia was expressly excluded as a protected sexual orientation.

The Lisbon Treaty, however, is different. Article 21 permits any sexual orientation, as per usual, but, for the first time, the protocol expressly excluding paedophilia is nowhere to be found. "
 

leftymania

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The recent past can be a strange country and the recent past in other countries, even those we'd regard as neighbours can be very strange indeed. The 1960s was a lazy, crazy decade and while many old protocols were rightfully overturned, in the opinion of this writer, some of the changes wrought as a result of those ten years tended far too much towards the if-it-feels-good-it's-good outlook. And of all of these, surely Denmark's decision in 1969 to legalise pornography ranks amongst the craziest.

At first glance, the measure might not seem so objectionable. Pornography is widely available now but the Danish measure meant that it was perfectly legal to possess and to sell for profit images of children being raped. For 10 years of madness, Denmark became a centre for the sourcing and distribution of paedophilic images and magazines and it very quickly turned into an extraordinarily lucrative business.

The ban was reintroduced in 1979 but by then, numerous Danish "entrepreneurs" had become enormously wealthy as a result. Was Marcellus's comment in Hamlet about "the state of Denmark" ever more apt?

Danes First to Legalise Child Pornography - Sunday Business Post

Of course lets not forget the perversions of one of our EUSSR jewish commisaars (current leading Green MEP), in his jewish student marxist revolution days.
Paedophiles in the EU
Paedophiles in the EU - YouTube
 
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Dylan2010

Firstly I am not your "bro".

Secondly, one of the main tenets of marxism is to change the meaning of words to suit their agenda. Don't be so naive. You look up a dictionary and think people cannot make laws according to their own agenda simply because the dictionary doesn't say so. What idiocy.

Thirdly you have not read THEIR law properly, THEY state themselves and whereas before they used to EXCLUDE paedophilia, now they do not exclude it.

I somehow knew I would have to put in 'bold' type the part relevant for the pedestrian amongst us to grasp it.

EUSSR and its leftist marxist commisaars are legalising paedophilia
"In all previous EU Treaties,there was an Article, expressing that the Treaty must be interpreted without prejudice or discrimination to any sexual orientation. There was in every EU Treaty until now, always a protocol added to the 'sexual orientation' Article, whereby paedophilia was expressly excluded as a protected sexual orientation.

The Lisbon Treaty, however, is different. Article 21 permits any sexual orientation, as per usual, but, for the first time, the protocol expressly excluding paedophilia is nowhere to be found. "
you sound a bit paranoid. As long as there are parents around (with baseball bats) :D I think our kids our safe from "legalised " paedophilia
 

Iphonista

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The Danes didn't do this in a vacuum. Attitudes towards paedophilia were wrongfully very different pre-1980s. Some Catholic clerics have tried to make this point but have been howled down.
 

leftymania

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you sound a bit paranoid. As long as there are parents around (with baseball bats) :D I think our kids our safe from "legalised " paedophilia
Ah yes, when you cannot counter the facts presented to you, resort to screaming out that the other person is....'mad'.

That should really blow the facts out of the water. Just ignore the facts that were put in front of you.

I gave you an article to read, showing how the wording in the law is being manipulated (do you even know any of the aims of marxism):
the tap: Lisbon Treaty Legalises Paedophilia
There was in every EU Treaty until now, always a protocol added to the 'sexual orientation' Article, whereby paedophilia was expressly excluded as a protected sexual orientation.

The Lisbon Treaty, however, is different. Article 21 permits any sexual orientation, as per usual, but, for the first time, the protocol expressly excluding paedophilia is nowhere to be found.

Furthermore in that article it directed you to:
"The German Government is promoting sexual contact between parents and children.

If you cannot imagine this is true, you have to read the leaflet shown in Germany and EU to Legalise Paedophilia. The leaflet is a publication of a German Government Children's Department, which is distributed by the million, free of charge."

"It gets worse..

Fathers do not devote enough attention to the clitoris and vagina of their daughters. Their caresses too seldom pertain to these regions, while this is the only way the girls can develop a sense of pride in their sex," reads the booklet regarding 1-3 year olds."


Try this one on for size:
Germany and EU to Legalise Paedophilia
 

leftymania

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you sound a bit paranoid. As long as there are parents around (with baseball bats) :D I think our kids our safe from "legalised " paedophilia
Unbelieveable short-sightedness. And tell us, what about the 1000s of kids with no parents in orphanages, or who have parents but are in foster homes, under STATE care. You do realise there is already an industry of abusing these kids wholsale by certain clients from different quarters such as govt, super rich, media like BBC, (remember Jimmy Savile)

Your naivety does nothing for the vulnerable kids who have no-one, least of all parents with baseball bats to protect them, they are at the mercy of the state which is increasingly at the mercy of the predatory paedo EUSSR.
 

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