1. The Guardian
Editor’s Note: We’re not going to hyperlink these pedophile apologist’s sites and drive them traffic/money. If you’re that curious, Google the articles. The headlines are in the text below.
The Guardian, a news magazine site popular among college liberals, released an article today entitled “Don’t let Donald Trump become the new normal”, in which writer Steven Thrasher describes various issues that make Trump “not normal” and should therefore not impress upon the public and youth. Also released by The Guardian, but on January 3rd, 2013, was the article entitled “Paedophilia: bringing dark desires to light” in which writer Jon Henley claimed “experts disagree about what causes paedophilia – and even how much harm it causes.”
Before we move on to President-elect Donald Trump, who The Guardian knows for sure is morally wrong, let’s look at what they think may be morally excusable due to science not knowing “how much harm it causes.”
In a particularly terrible child sex trafficking ring in Belgium spanning decades, Marc Dutroux was arrested, charged for, convicted of and imprisoned for abducting, torturing, raping and photographing five girls between the ages of eleven and nineteen in the mid eighties. That’s not counting the ones that starved to death in his basement because Dutroux “forgot” to feed them.
By contrast, President-elect Donald Trump is a billionaire who was caught on tape saying rich and powerful men, such as himself, could do anything with women because they “let you.” He also said a few rude things about Rosey O’Donell and some other women.
Salon, another media outlet of the same caliber, released an article entitled “This can’t become our new normal: Hate acts reported across the country in wake of Trump’s victory” in which writer Young Lee drones on about anecdotes and Cherry Picked instances of “hate crimes” at the fault of Trump.
Lee writes “Dear white people, it’s time for you to come get your boys,” in reference to the hate criminals.
In another article by Salon, entitled “I’m a pedophile, but not a monster”, Todd Nickerson used the tagline “I’m attracted to children but unwilling to act on it. Before judging me harshly, would you be willing to listen?” and went on a plea-driven appeal to emotion about his plight and love for underage girls. A love which, of course, he says we should understand and not “judge,” even as he feels the urge to molest children. He argues that since he hasn’t acted upon it, everything is excusable.
The contrast is stark and the disconnect from reality palpable. These are the people who create, produce, and distribute mass-media. Any word you see committed to writing on this site will not conflict with the opinion or views of another article, no matter how many years or writers’ difference there is between them. Certainly, you won’t find The American Revenant apologizing for or defending pedophiles.