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“Ανθρωποι είναι και οι παιδεραστές” λένε αισχροί “ειδικοί”

Όλα αρχίζουν σιγά-σιγά. Από ένα απλό βίντεο περνάει η προπαγάνδα υπέρ των παιδόφιλων και μετά θα αρχίσει να προωθείται από κάτι κράτη “προοδευτικά” σαν την Ολλανδία, Νορβηγία, ΗΠΑ (υπάρχουν και κόμματα παιδεραστών), για να φτάσει να θεωρείται ως μια…άλλη επιλογή! Και να περάσει τελικά ως νόμιμη η παιδοφιλία.

LIFESTYLE

grief bomb

so pop
goes the grief bomb
again

forgotten since it burst last no louder than a sneeze quickly re-assembling
hiding in your jeans pocket with your nickels and knuckles waiting to detonate anew… 64 more words

Homosexuals Are More Likely to be Child Molesters

Child molestation and pedophilia occur far more commonly among homosexuals than among heterosexuals on a per capita basis, according to a new study.

“Overwhelming evidence supports the belief that homosexuality is a sexual deviancy often accompanied by disorders that have dire consequences for our culture,” wrote Steve Baldwin in, “Child Molestation and the Homosexual Movement,” soon to be published by the Regent University Law Review. 1,564 more words

News And Political Commentary

Mind Blown (or the strange role of clairvoyance, as it relates to unconscious genius apparent in the work of authors)

What if Stephen King’s IT is a latent allegory about the internet and the luring of children? This would make King a bit of a sleeping prophet considering the book came out 5 years before the internet was born. 117 more words

Recommended Read: New Republic's The Silence of the Lambs

A disturbing article comes out about the child sex abuse scandal in the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism which is based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  This article also looks at the epidemic of child sex abuse in modern evangelical Christianity.  146 more words

Evangelical Issues

Language part 2

Philia is a combining for meaning “lover of”, enthusiast for”, which is specified by the idea that precedes it.  Latin: phiius (greek, philos) dear, beloved, 225 more words