Berlin authorities placed children with pedophiles for 30 years…


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Date: June 24, 2020

01) Berlin authorities placed children with pedophiles for 30 years

Thanks to feinmann!

“The ‘Kentler Project’ in West Berlin routinely placed homeless children with pedophile men, assuming they’d make ideal foster parents. A study has found the practice went on for decades.

Starting in the 1970s psychology professor Helmut Kentler conducted his “experiment.” Homeless children in West Berlin were intentionally placed with pedophile men. These men would make especially loving foster parents, Kentler argued.

A study conducted by the University of Hildesheim has found that authorities in Berlin condoned this practice for almost 30 years. The pedophile foster fathers even received a regular care allowance.

Helmut Kentler (1928-2008) was in a leading position at Berlin’s center for educational research. He was convinced that sexual contact between adults and children was harmless.

Berlin’s child welfare offices and the governing Senate turned a blind eye or even approved of the placements.

What they found was a “network across educational institutions,” the state youth welfare office and the Berlin Senate, in which pedophilia was “accepted, supported, defended.”

To the people presuming this was allegedly so monstrous and traumatic…I don’t even know how you can live with yourselves, displaying that level of prejudice and bigotry.

We need more forward thinking people like Helmut Kentler in this world…at least he was trying something reasonable in good faith, instead of allowing the status quo, hand ringing nannies to run everything into insanity with their failed social model and policies.

Helmut Kentler was a true hero, within our species…the likes of which you just never see.

…and now they’re trying to drag him through the mud.

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9 thoughts on “Berlin authorities placed children with pedophiles for 30 years…

  1. feinmann

    It seems that Deutsche Welle (dw.com), and more specifically Rina Goldenberg the author, have been economical with the truth throughout this news item.

    I now understand the Kentler project took place over a much shorter period of time, probably no more than seven years from the late sixties. The focus of Kentler’s project were ten homeless boys, preferring to earn money from street prostitution rather than remain in the shockingly inadequate state child welfare system existing at that time. Moreover, some of these boys lived with their customers. Kentler regularly monitored the progress of the boys with their guardians until he moved to Hanover to live in 1975. Throughout, he deemed the project to be a success. Even when in Hanover, he continued to provide consultancy to the Berlin senate who held him in high regard.

    Two of the ten boys attempted to obtain financial compensation from the Berlin government after Kentler died in 2008.

    More about the Kentler project here: https://taz.de/!450552/

    Reply
    1. eqfoundation Post author

      I have been under the impression that this project ended decades ago, and also that it was only ongoing for a handful of years.

      The “30 year” claim is something I’ve only just encountered with this article.

      To the best of my recollection, I’ve not seen much in depth analysis…but again…it was said to have been considered a success…at least by those open minded enough to see and understand the situation.

      Thanks for the new link. 🙂

      Reply
  2. Yure

    So many children participated and, from what I learned of this, only two girls came forward to say they were abused. The others, how are they?

    Reply
      1. feinmann

        In case you are unaware Steve, Tom O’Carroll’s WordPress blog, Heretic TOC, seems to have been taken down.

        “tomocarroll.wordpress.com is no longer available. This blog has been archived or suspended in accordance with our Terms of Service. For more information and to contact us please read this support document.”

        I hope it is just a glitch.

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