Law of the Jungle Vs. the Law Vs. Humankind.

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  1. The Rhetoric of Life

    The Rhetoric of Life Well-Known Member

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    I've been watching To Catch A Predator and UK paedophile hunter videos on YouTube.
    Most of these people are all men, sometimes someone like a wife is accused too, but it's a bunch of men wired to breed who clearly operate like it's the jungle, if they're old enough to bleed, they're old enough to breed mentality.
    Like, I'm not even sure if France or the NL or Europe (I know my country has) has a legal age of consent?!
    This wouldn't even be the first time I've likened the EU/Europe to Bongo Bongo Land.
    France is getting an age of consent, 14 year olds can have sex in Germany, Spain plan to raise their age of consent from 13 to 16, and the minimum age to marry in Spain is 14 which Spain plan to raise to 16.
     
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    There's all sorts of things humankind is capable of doing which Law of the Jungle (where we all came from) Vs. Humankind (what we are) permit like fighting and murdering and psychoactive drug intoxication.

    All of these things are against the law.
    We invented the law.

    When did we decide nature wasn't all right, and are those men looking for teens just a victim of the law Vs. what they seem to be wired to do?
     
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    All of this is a result of immigration, to some extent.

    That can be a little difficult to understand with just a quick glance on the surface.

    France has always had more relaxed attitudes on these sorts of things, but now they're dealing with widespread problems and have to toughen up the laws.
     
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    "Blame the immigrants" from the extreme right? Tut tut! Let's look at the Spanish. The debate arguably goes back to 2012, with a 13 year old murdered by a 39 year old.

    Reality is a problem for fascists!
     

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