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Don't think I'll have to worry about Google.
I was searching a chemical combination to get rid of warts, I stumbled over a website, in detail, how to make an explosive.
Quote from: tommya300 on 05/06/2010 21:58:59I was searching a chemical combination to get rid of warts, I stumbled over a website, in detail, how to make an explosive. Using explosives to get rid of warts can lead to very bad personal injury, property damage and injury to others. Please if you have a wort, your best bet is to see the doctor. They have the best methods of getting rid of them.I suffered terribly from warts when I was a teenager, never came to me to use explosives on them...
... it is still sometimes dad, or an uncle, trusted people.
most child abductions and harm are not due to strangers, but rather someone the child is familiar with or related to.
I don't believe that paedophilia is significantly more common today than it has been in the past. What has increased though is the focus upon it as an issue by politicians and the media.To the politicians it is a way to gain approval, and hence re-election, and for the media it is subject likely to result in the sale of more newspapers or gain more viewers, and thereby gain more advertising revenue. However, the most significant aspect of the issue, which both the politicians and the print media have in common, is that they use it to vilify and demonise paedophiles when, as was pointed out earlier in this thread, paedophiles would appear to have little choice over what excites them: as such paedophilia should be treated as an mental illness/disfunction.Unfortunately, a large proportion of the human race would rather use any difference between themselves and others as an excuse to persecute those whom they deem to be different and in this respect the majority view on paedophilia is somewhat akin to homophobia and racism. As with homophobia and racism though, persecution, short of total xenocide, will do nothing to 'solve' the perceived 'problem'.Fortunately, homophobia and racism is now mostly widely and rightly perceived as a problem of the people who express those attitudes rather than the groups of people they wish to persecute. However, while this doesn't apply to paedophilia, in that the problem does lie with the paedophile, the idea that it can be stopped or treated by persecution is as flawed as the attitudes of homophobes and racists.I think it is significant that politicians and the media treat paedophilia in a similar way to terrorism, with both groups advocating persecution as the solution. As with TW@ (The War Against Terror) though, a war against paedophilia cannot be won. Sadly, such perpetual wars suit politicians and the media just fine, as while the 'problem' continues to exist they can continue to use it to rally support against it.
I think as society changes old patterns re-emerge with new excesses. The pill, pornography, irreligion, divorce, in the end, the worst of it is, "mum's boyfriend". I heard that is the statistic. And not parish priests. Also it is still sometimes dad, or an uncle, trusted people. Sometimes teachers make the news. And mums whose boyfriends make their nine year old daughters pregnant, after which the Dr says she needs an abortion, and the Catholic church excommunicates them.
I was annoyed by my Australian CDP politicians when they said we should not divorce under any circumstances for our children's sake. I don't have myself. But it was too one dimensional. It is still imperative to protect them. Sydney siders responded well to a prisoner who when released said when told to move away, that he would not except in a coffin, the response was to put one on his door step. Fair enough, life is mostly about the little ones.
The number of homicides in England and Wales has more than doubled since the mid-1960s.
In 1965, the UK population of 54,349,500 58,789,194 on census day in 2001.