The unloved and untouched children of sex panic

 Edvard Munch - The Scream (1893) - from Wikipedia

Edvard Munch – The Scream (1893) – from Wikipedia

In a gruesome country called “the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland” reigns a horrible panic about children and sex. Anyone can come forward and accuse a dead person of the most bizarre form of sexual abuse, and she will automatically be believed and granted the “victim status”—that is an easy and quick way to gain public recognition. The discredited theories of “recovered memories”, which led to thousands of broken lives and shattered families in the USA, still enjoy public support in the “UK”, and are used to accuse ever more people of sexual abuse. Journals and the Internet are filled with conspiracy theories about Lords, Members of Parliament, even ministers, involved in “paedophile conspiracies” to rape children in various ways, in particular by inserting tools into their anuses. This land has a distinctive institution, the gutter press, generally printed in “tabloid” format, whose so-called “journalists” can make a career by spreading the wildest nonsense. CONTINUE READING…