There is one of a young Asian girl being fed her own excreta - she
looks terrified and sometimes wretches. The westerners that watch this
forget that these children are victims of criminal gangs.
In using lecherous language like "saucy snap" and "every man's St Trinian's fantasy" and "every fella will want to check their vitals in biology class", those papers are breaking down male restraints. This can not be seen in isolation.
Most conform to the notion that "sexy" is "cool".
Children are sexualised before they are emotionally able to cope and
porn corrupts even those who have never seen hard core. The boundaries
have been pushed out so far that entertainment and porn meet. A Gucci
advertisement used a shot by Mario Testino featured in Vogue of a young
man on his knees peering into a model's knickers, pulled down to reveal
a "G" shaved into her pubic hair. These magazines use the
style of hardcore porn and readers follow. The media peddles images
of raw sexuality as never before. From Channel 4 bosses to magazine
editors, clever people in the "ideological caste" collude
in transgressing protective norms and laws. The British Board of Film
("Film Censorship" was dropped) Classification, has given
certificates to movies which show actual sexual acts and penetration,
such as Nine Songs. Object, and you're called a prude. A mainstream
film like The Dark Night showed a mans eyeball being pierced. British
TV shows porn more than any other nation in Europe. Journalists, A.A.
Gill and Victoria Coren both wrote and directed a porn movie so they
could write about it. Porn is chic among the selfish intelligentsia
who ignore young women who are forced to do vile things. They ignore
the children "groomed" by being shown adult porn and then
raped and shown to millions on the World Wide Web.
In our town centres, you see pre-teen girls dressed as go-go dancers in mini skirts or navel- showing jeans, with skimpy crop tops over their flat chests. Corrupted Parents bought them those clothes - parents who took their children to see the Pussy Cat Dolls gig in London with sexual lyrics and explicit dancing who let their daughters sing along to lyrics like "See the way we ride" and "Doncha wish your girlfriend was hot like me"?
In 2007 Tesco were selling a Peek a boo Pole-Dancing Kit with a "sexy garter" from the toys and games section of its website, and just a couple of years ago Asda were selling adult lingerie for children, including thongs and push-up black lace bras. Parents must rebel against this debauching of their children and not going along with it not wanting to be called prudes.
Words and images have the power to alter human attitudes and behaviour or there would be no multi-million pound advertising industry. There is a connection between three paedophiles developing their perversions by viewing incest sites on the internet and the sexualisation of children as it mentally prepars the children to be used.
Parents efforts at bringing their children up properly are undermined by the media. The racy magazines displayed in shops where children can easily see them contain images that a few years ago would have been on the top shelf - now no-one cares. I complained to Sainsbury's about their irresponsible displays but they didn't bother to reply to me.
This is how they are manipulated. On 27 October 2008 yahoo news reported that celeb Lindsay Lohan has denied turning her back on men for good despite a lesbian romance with DJ Samantha Ronson. She was romantically linked to Ronson when they were spotted kissing and cuddling at a party in Cannes, France earlier this year. Katy Perry sings about these things. Some of the lyrics of "I Kissed a Girl" are "I kissed a girl just to try it, I hope my boyfriend don't mind it." Her song "Ur So Gay" is about one of her ex-boyfriends. They are spreading confusion and unhappiness.
Now it has been made fashionable for young people to think or act as if they are bisexual and Lesbianism is all the rage. You see young women parading through streets arm in arm looking defiantly around them at an imaginary world of prejudice not realising they are being conventional as it is promoted in the media and taught in schools.
That is how easy it is for the "caste" to manipulate young peoples' emotions before they are properly formed. They don't know what they are: recently, I heard one girl told another if she was not marrying a man she would want to be with her!
Amy Winehouse and Kate Moss are seen as more influential than teachers and politicians by teenage girls, according to a report which illustrates the corrupting power of celebrities. Amy Winehouse was seen as a leading influence by 23 per cent of the girls questioned in a survey of more than 600 young women by Girlguiding UK. It found they are under the influence of pop stars and models. Many said they are greatly influenced by the internet and adverts. The poll found peer group pressure is the most important influence on their opinion, with almost three-quarters (72) per cent saying their female friends shaped their ideas. Almost two-thirds (63 per cent) said they took the views of their parents and families into account. However celebrities were seen as the next most important influence, with 42 per cent saying stars influence how they look.
Victoria Beckham, was voted the most influential celebrity. She was chosen by 35 per cent of those surveyed as having an influence on them, followed closely by Leona Lewis, a former winner of the television talent contest The X Factor. Following them was Kate Moss, whose skinny appearance has seen her accused of promoting "heroin chic" and "size zero" fashion, and who lost several of her modelling contracts after claims that she was caught on film snorting cocaine. We recall that two years ago a Brazilian model starved herself to death.
Amy Winehouse is a leading influence by 23 per cent of the girls questioned. Despite their influence, however, many of the girls recognised pop stars can have a negative effect on them with 59 per cent saying celebrities made girls less well-informed. The internet was also seen as an important influence by four out of 10 of those questioned. on alcohol and drugs, more than teachers and politicians.
Three-quarters said they used the internet every day and got their information online rather than in newspapers, and half (49 per cent) said they thought most girls their age do not keep up with the news. The findings are self-evident but why parents go along with it is the mystery. They need to grow some backbone and bring their children up properly not allow the state and its agents the BBC to soften the children up for commerce to use. They are dependent on the State through education and the BBC and meekly accept their doctrine of corruption. Social pressure is a powerful force but why are our Folk content to allow their children to be corrupted like this?