Children as Property…


Date: April 11, 2007

01) Children as Property


So…where it comes to parents and government [which are the primary source of domination over children, and primary source of their abuse]…One wonders if they are simply carrying on as usual, in imposing their jurisdiction over them as property…or if they are trying to compensate for their own, historical practices as an exploiter and abuser of children…whenever they assault pedosexuals with their hyper vigilance…and with their over the top maliciousness.

…Is it a guilt complex?

…Either way, I suppose it does not matter…They continue to exploit, dominate and abuse children…and at rates, which make abuse from pedosexuals seem nonexistent in comparison.

2 thoughts on “Children as Property…

  1. leonard sisyphus mann

    Excellent and thought-provoking!

    I wonder if the way that society still insists on portraying ‘child sexual abuse’ as being something done by ‘strangers’ is a legacy of this ‘child as father’s property’ mindset. This despite the preponderance of evidence to the contrary.

    The idea of the ‘sexual predator’ also contains the image of someone SEARCHING for a victim – an image that is inapplicable to a father engaged in incest.

    The more I think about it the more I get the impression that society is very keen to still promote the stranger narrative – and to promote that as a more genuine source of fear than the incest narrative.

    Is it because people deep-down find the idea of a parent engaged in incest less troubling? That deep-down they understand it as part of the rights of the parent? Or that the nuclear family is too precious an institution to be associated with such stigmatised acts, regardless of the statistics?

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  2. eqfoundation Post author

    In part [and perhaps, primarily]…I think it is a deflection…Like all good magic tricks, you need a diversion in order to make something happening, appear to be something else entirely.

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