Pornography is Dangerous*Ask Rapists and Child Moslesters

After running for Governor of Missouri, I wanted to first thank all those that supported me.  Much work needs to be done to return the sovereignty of this country back to its proper order of God, family, and nation (to give our posterity the greatest opportunity for freedom in the future as part of a Constitutional Republic under God).

With that being siad, there is indeed much work that needs to be done to protect our children and families from many directions, and I thank God that men like Mark Kiser and Jim Carroll, working with others from America ASLEEP kNOw MORE, Jericho Riders,  and other ministries, are standing in front of places like Family Video to bring awareness that some places help bring pornography into the homes and are putting children and families at risk.

More than 65 studies have shown that dangerous offenders (child molesters, killers, and rapists) often use porn before coming offenders and use it during illegal acts, according ot the American Life League.  (They are not only more likely to commit their crimes if they employ pronography; they are likely to precede their violent acts with extended use of deviant materials.  Male sex offenders soon begin to display addictive and compulsive behavior when using porn.  Their mechanisms for relieving stress soon all become related to deviant sex.  They offend more and more often).  The league says that about 2 million pedophiles, rapists, child molesters, sadists, and thsoe who solicit teenage or child prostitutes commit more than 2 million crimes annually.  this number accounts only for those incidents that are reported; the total number is obviously much higher.

Those naive individuals who cling to the quaint and outmoded belief that pornography is “victimless” should wake up and look at the facts.  (Thousands of persons have been tortured, raped, and murdered by warped human beings as a direct result of pornography.  There are thousands of such cases cramming police files all over the Nation).  My question: is it possible that Family Video or other video stores with their pornography in the back room, has indirectly given aid and comfort to a rapist or child molester of your area?  Is it possible that people that rent Family video unknowingly help it be possible?  Is it possible that the church in your area are like some of the good parens and grandparents that we’ve talked to at Family Video and unaware of the perversions in the back room of Family Video?  Is it possible that now the churches are aware that this Family video and some other stores are putting members in their congregation’s families and their neighbors at risk now and for eternity, will go out and stand with these men and women, and ask that members members not support this destruction of families in any way?  (I invite pastors, church members and concerned citizens to stand with them and lets start taking back our communities from thnsoe that directly or indirectly , through their actions or inactions, are enemies of the virtues of our children and families and putting them at risk).  I also invite the mayors, city council members, school teachers and administrators, legislators and others in leadership that say they are concerned about the children and their families to stand with us.   They have no First Amendment right to censor the virtues of the children and bring perversion into the families, and they lie to the people to say this is so.


One Response to “Pornography is Dangerous*Ask Rapists and Child Moslesters”

  1. David E. Klarr Says:

    Reuniting Fathers With Their Families
    By Stuart A. Miller and Rich Zubaty
    This appeared as an article in the Washington Times (12/19/95 – A19)
    and is distributed by the Texas Fathers Alliance

    85% of prisoners, 78% of high school dropouts, 82% of teenage girls
    who become pregnant, the majority of drug and alcohol abusers – all
    come from single-mother-headed households. Less than 1% of any of
    these categories come from single-father-headed households. This
    seems to indicate that the problems children encounter are not
    related to single-parent households, but are related specifically to
    single-mother-headed households. So, should we blame the mothers or
    the fathers? Perhaps, neither. There is no question that father-
    absence has reached epidemic proportions. According to Wade Horn of
    the National Fatherhood Initiative, we must reverse the trend in 7 –
    8 years or it will be too late to do so.

    And, how has our government responded to this crisis? By continuing
    to drive fathers out of the family. It is bad enough that some
    fathers abandon their families, but it is unconscionable that our
    federal and state policies drive fathers away from their families.
    With 80+ percent of divorces involving children resulting in sole-
    mother-custody, combined with a “no man in the house rule”
    and “presumptive sole-mother-custody” in welfare cases – we are not
    blameless from a policy perspective. We must change our policies,
    practices and procedures to specifically include fathers in
    families. If not, we can be certain that social spending will
    continue to increase and we will be plagued with an ever burgeoning
    population of maladjusted children who will fill our prisons and
    wreak havoc on society.

    Social research data reveal that our blind reliance only on the
    nurturing value of mothers is inadequate and misplaced. According to
    the National Center for Health Statistics, a child living with
    his/her divorced mother, compared to a child living with both
    parents, is “375% more likely to need professional treatment for
    emotional or behavioral problems and is almost twice as likely to
    repeat a grade of school, is more likely to suffer chronic asthma,
    frequent headaches, and/or bedwetting, develop a stammer or speech
    defect, suffer from anxiety or depression, and be diagnosed as

    However, these afflictions were surprisingly uncommon in the 15% of
    single-parent households headed by men. A study of all state child
    protective services agencies in the country – by the Children’s
    Rights Coalition, a child advocacy and research organization in
    Austin, Texas – found that biological mothers physically abuse their
    children at twice the rate of biological fathers. The majority of
    the rest of the time, children are abused because of single-mothers’
    poor choices in the subsequent men in their lives. Incidences of
    abuse were almost non-existent in single-father-headed households.

    The data shows that placing children only with mothers is likely to
    be detrimental to children and society, so why do we continue public
    policies favoring sole-mother-placement? Have we become so
    paternalistic toward women that it anesthetizes our common sense?

    Surprisingly few people realize that, until the end of WW I, U.S.
    laws and courts automatically placed the children of divorce not
    with their mothers, but with their fathers. For thousands of years
    societal conventions instructed the placement of children with their
    fathers in most cultures all over the globe. Why? Because it works.
    It puts children with their strongest protectors and it puts boys
    with their traditional guides to civilized manhood. Yet, these
    essential fatherhood roles – protector and civilizer – seem to have
    been forgotten, today.

    Never before have fathers been cast aside as they have been in the
    United States during the last 30 – 40 years. Never before has such a
    strong society become as threatened as we are, for this solitary
    reason. Regrettably, as long as we continue to hold to the
    relatively new idea that only mothers are capable of being parents,
    and ignore the essential role of fathers, our children will remain
    at risk.

    The single-mother-headed-household must go the way of the slum high-
    rise dwelling. Both are human disaster zones. Both are exalted
    attempts at social engineering that ignore God’s blueprint for human

    What is needed? Our Father in heaven and our fathers here on earth –
    as well as a society that values them, includes them, and encourages
    their involvement in their families.

    Stuart Miller and Rich Zubaty are Political Analysts with the
    American Fathers Coalition in Washington, D.C.
    Fatherhood and Fatherlessness
    Men’s Issues Page

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