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[–] Tsipora 2 points (+2|-0)

I wish we were allowed to know their names. At least I hope every single one of them are on a list now, if that's even a thing in Germany.

[–] Cornelia241 0 points (+0|-0)

It's crazy. I was thinking, even if I wanted to go super hero and kill all of them.. if I manage one murder per day there's still no way I can kill all of them. If I manage 10 per day I still need 109 years to kill all of them?! We would need a fucking army!!! I woke up today still thinking, how can this happen? in a """Civilized world""". How can world leaders wake up knowing that this happens and not do more than what is currently being done? Like, all military budget from every fucking country should be solely devoted at stopping THIS

[–] Killer_Danish 4 points (+4|-0)

Germany has attracted the nasty element of pimps, organized crime, and sex creeps through their 2002 Prostitution Act, allowing those groups to rebrand as "legitimate businessmen" within the legal prostitution industry. In turn, they give easy cover to the pedos.

Good for the cops, but guaranteed this is a tip-of-the-iceberg situation. Lots of nastiness beneath the surface in Germany and Europe's "legal" industries.

[–] moonwitch 16 points (+16|-0)

400,000 fathers, brothers, boyfriends, teachers, policemen, politicians, friends... I want the image of these men to not be some isolated creep in some cellar somewhere.

These are grown men with families, jobs, they can be your neighbor, your kid's teacher, your coworker, the policeman, your brother.

How are we supposed to trust men in our daily lives, with shit like this coming out every other day? If women made a website like this and got to 400k members in 2 years, it would be total chaos in the news and the biggest event. Yet with men it's just so accepted that half of them want to rape children or teens???

[–] Sunkised 0 points (+0|-0)

It's crazy. The population in the city I live in is 77k. Yet they want to tell us not all men and we're exaggerating

400,000 fathers, brothers, boyfriends, teachers, policemen, politicians, friends...

Don't forget - SONS.

That particular demographic always seems to be left out. Maybe because their mommies will tear our faces off otherwise.

[–] Tnetennba 3 points (+3|-0)

YEP. That is a much needed conversation but I'm honestly afraid to start it here. There are several mothers of sons here who don't tolerate any criticism whatsoever.

Well, we've got to be honest. When talking about how it could be any man, we've got to list sons along with the fathers, brothers and all the rest.

[–] Cornelia241 20 points (+20|-0)

🤢 as a mom this makes my stomach drop. In the Matriarchy, everyone involved will have their dicks, hands and tongues chopped off

[–] Omina_Sentenziosa 14 points (+14|-0)

The problem with that is that there will be a need for caretakers: just send the fuckers to the sun and solve the problem.

[–] Tnetennba 2 points (+2|-0) Edited

Nah, no caretakers. Give them an alms bowl and that's it.

I do like the sun idea though...

I do like the sun idea though...

I am told it' s lovely this season, they should appreciate it!

[–] [Deleted] 25 points (+25|-0)

They should lose the right to access the Internet for the rest of their lives. There is no reason people like this should have continued online access.

[–] Lysiena 33 points (+33|-0)

Don't know if we're allowed to say this here, but ... internet access isn't the only thing they should lose if you catch my drift

[–] [Deleted] 18 points (+18|-0)

Agreed. But also Internet access, and it should be permanent, and no Internet providers should ever sell to them again. It's not impossible to make this happen.

[–] Medea 13 points (+13|-0) Edited

It's definitely possible, but our justice system doesn't take these crimes seriously. Jon Venables, who murdered a toddler at aged 10, was given a completely new identity upon release at 18. He was rearrested and charged for child pornography offenses in 2010. He was then given another new identity, and went on to be convicted again in 2017 for possessing hundreds of category A indecent images of children. Thousands of taxpayer pounds wasted to keep him anonymous and put children and women at risk.

[–] Lysiena 24 points (+24|-0) Edited

I‘m not getting my hopes up that any of them will get more than ten months on parole 🙄 It‘s such joke. They‘ll uncover these massive child porn rings and scratch their heads because there are so many. And then the perpetrators will get a slap on the wrist at most. Off with their heads is the only solution that‘ll work.

[–] Nurvilya 2 points (+2|-0)

Are you referring to the Metzelder-case with the ten months on parole? Because that verdict was such a joke. And I bet his ex-girlfriend, who reportet his possession of Child-Pornography, will probably end up with a similar punishment.

[–] Lysiena 3 points (+3|-0)

Yep. They also caught a guy who worked for the police in 2019 who had like two days worth of child porn on his computers. He got eleven months on parole. It's such a joke.

[–] Nurvilya 3 points (+3|-0)

In Metzelders case by a FEMALE judge. It's so enraging, because they actually could give them more, but they don't, because they are already stigmatized "enough" because their paedophilia is now public knowledge.

[–] Truthhurts 17 points (+17|-0) Edited

This is the second big case they were able to undermine, within the span of a year. The first case they found a server room with 500-600 terabyte of encrypted material. Even a councilman of the city, the SR was found in, was involved. "Lend" one of the perpetrators his holiday house in Belgium, where the perpetrators where filming the rape of these poor baby's. Still a drop in the ocean, I believe. Pedophilia is rampant and the younger generation is mentally primed for it too.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2020/06/06/world/europe/germany-child-pornography.amp.html

[–] HesitantHyena 13 points (+13|-0)

The same thought I always have when news articles like this pop up: I'm happy but.... how are there so many?! Still, always, forever?!

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