Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Your YF and you. And bombs.

I think one of the things that makes me the sickest about these gross ass motherfuckers is when they post about their YFs. There are many implications that are not-so-subtely veiled. There are encouragements that should be illegal.

It's sort of like a bomb-making site, where you have guys on there saying, god, it would turn me on so much to blow up a building, and other guys who are saying "it's okay, you're not alone, the rest of us get woodies about blowing things and people up, too." And then the others alluding to buildings and people they've already blown up.

Come ON! This country is all about free speech, but put that website up and let people talk like that about bombs and you've got a PROBLEM. Why is it so hard for people to see that this is the same kind of PROBLEM?

Because no bomb has ever hit them? Because they think they're immune to disaster? What is it that makes them so apathetic about predators, while they would happily shut down and arrest those who want to blow someone the fuck up? Do they not realize what kind of disaster these guys would like to make legal? Do they not realize what a disaster it would be if one of these guys got to one of the children in their families? What is it?

I'd like to fucking know. Talk to me.


Blogger jacey said...

I know just what you mean, it's disgusting and something has to be done about it.

10:25 PM  
Blogger rookiee said...

Chris, I know you spent quite a bit of time with that comment you left. Shame it's gone now, yes?

What was it you were saying?

12:47 AM  
Blogger jacey said...


12:50 AM  
Blogger JOHN POWERS said...

Please send me an EM, I'd like to post something on the takeover. Thanks.

8:04 AM  
Blogger Llort said...

Great news from down under!!!!
Joy as rapist's house burns

A FIRE that razed the home of a convicted pedophile has been labelled "bush justice" by residents of a tiny town.The 80-year-old weatherboard house where Terrence Allan Ellis lived burned to the ground as locals of a town near Mildura cheered and drank cans of beer.
Ellis was convicted last month of raping a young girl from the town.
He was sentenced to a maximum 3 1/2 years' jail, a term blasted by the victim's family as too lenient.
They stood by as the house burned, with their grinning daughter also looking on.
The 16-strong rural community was shaken to the core by the attack last December.
Ellis, 52, was a chronic alcoholic who was considered a harmless derelict by residents.
A long-time local said the town was disgusted with Ellis and everyone was happy the house that reminded them of him had been destroyed.
"He was a bludger, a parasite, a waste of space," the local said.
"Everyone around here had tried to help him, but he used and abused our hospitality.
"When I heard a fire had started I thought it's finally happened. If you had a meeting with 100 people in the room and said who lit the fire, 100 hands would go up.
"It could have just been a case of bush justice."
The town's only police officer was on holiday last weekend when the fire started.
The young victim was unable to go to school for many weeks after the attack because the trauma was so great.
She told the Herald Sun she was thrilled the house was gone.
Her father said the family felt the legal system failed them by giving Ellis a lenient sentence.
"We've stopped calling it the justice system because there's just no justice in it," he said.
"He told her he'd kill her if she told anyone about this and he'll be out in just a few years."
He said Ellis's crime was made worse because the family had tried to help him. They lent him the family ute to drive to a casual job they helped organise with a local farmer.
They were shattered to learn Ellis used the same vehicle just weeks later to trap and sexually assault their daughter.
Her father was so disgusted he immediately took the car to a wrecker and had it crushed.
He said he did not know how the fire started, but was pleased Ellis had lost his home.
"Whether it be by divine intervention or human hand, some justice can now seem to have been done," he said.
"It's been fairly well viewed out in the community."
Up to 20 people watched the house burn, but the father denied reports there was dancing.
"We've been made out to be bush hicks dancing, but this is serious. It shouldn't be trivialised," he said.
The attack had a devastating effect on his family and his two sons had both lost their jobs as they struggled to cope.
One son said he was shattered by what had happened and blamed himself for not protecting his sister.
The father said the court case was the darkest period of his life.
"It was the most extreme ordeal I've ever been through. Having to listen to what he did to her and being helpless – it was horrific," he said.
The cause of the fire is being investigated by police in Mildura.

2:42 PM  
Blogger jacey said...

It's nice that that story seems to have a happy ending. I hope the scumbag that raped her spends the rest of his disgusting life in prison.

3:41 PM  
Blogger Llort said...

jacey, actually you are not far out, the sentence was only 3.5 years but new legislation as just been passed in Victoria, Australia where repeat child sex offenders can now be kept behind prison walls even after they have served their sentences. When they have completed their sentences they are to be housed in special housing within the prison walls. They will only be allowed out on organized trips under supervision.

4:35 PM  
Blogger Daydreamer of Oz said...

llort you know quite a bit about this issue down here!

Apparently all of the people who said they would confess to the crime also know how it started so it will be impossible to ever convict anyone :)

I also suspect that the term of his sentence/housing after serving his term are going to be the least of his worries.

As with the case Bushwack wrote about recently on AZ, Aussie crims tend to mete out their own justice to these animals.

6:07 PM  
Blogger jacey said...

Aussie crims tend to mete out their own justice to these animals.

I love the thought that his punishment hasn't even started. :)

7:53 PM  
Blogger Magnolia said...

Very well said ! Now,if the powers that be would just listen !

7:46 PM  

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