In Australia, a law was recently introduced to deny passports for convicted pedophiles, claiming to be a step toward fighting sex crimes abroad committed by Australians.
According to Newsweek:
“The Australian government will deny convicted pedophiles their passports to prevent them from traveling abroad, in a bid to crack down on child sex tourism.
In a statement, the Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop said the legislation prohibiting registered child sex offenders from leaving Australia or holding Australian passports would “make Australia a world leader in protecting vulnerable children from child sex tourism.””
However, several factors should make a person suspicious of this state claiming to crack down on pedophiles.
In the US, UK, and countless other countries, factual evidence of pedophilia in high levels of government has come out: for example, Dennis Hastert, or Anthony Weiner. Not so much hard evidence has come out about members of the Australian government and sex crimes, but accusations have been made about their involvement. Fiona Barnett claims to have been abused by members of the Australian government as a child. According to Anon.co:
“Australian woman Fiona Barnett showed a ton of courage in going public at a Sydney press conference in October 2015 and naming names.
Fiona, a former victim of ritual abuse and part of an international VIP pedophile ring, not only exposed the existence of the pedophilia network and its international child trafficking ring, but actually named 3 former Australian Prime Ministers and 1 former US President as perpetrators.
She reveals that this network, composed of famous actors, celebrities, judges, politicians and other high-flyers, has infiltrated all the key organizations and institutions in Australia – just as it has in the US and Britain.
Fiona proclaims that Australia is a pedophile haven. She explains how Australia took in a large number of Nazi war criminals, including her own step-grandparents. She was introduced by her own family to an international child trafficking pedophile ring based in Sydney.”
Further, there seems to be an agenda to normalize pedophilia in the minds of the public, seen in Western media from the US, to UK, to Australia. One recent example can be found in an RT article titled “BBC pedophile exposé ignores real victims, triggers social-media firestorm.” Reading from it:
“In a recent BBC article entitled, ‘Paedophiles need help, not condemnation – I should know,’ we are ‘introduced’ to an anonymous 60-something male who opens this teary-eyed treatise by proclaiming, “It’s a long time since I’ve described myself as a paedophile. Paedophilia is a disorder, a deeply distressing sexual orientation. For me, it’s triggered by traumatic experiences in childhood.”
Did you catch it? If you blinked you missed it. Like one of those clunky bills rammed through Congress on Christmas Eve that is ‘sweetened’ with all sorts of hidden ‘riders,’ the opening line of the article declares that pedophilia now ranks – alongside hetereosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality – as a “sexual orientation.” A “distressing” one for the pedophile, no doubt, but a sexual orientation nevertheless. But that is simply wrong.”
If you think members of the Australian government being involved with pedophilia is far-fetched, this law being some genuine, benevolent effort to help victims of sex tourism isn’t a very likely scenario either.
What is this law really about? It’s probably about consolidating the government’s ability to deny people passports, while making a good name for themselves as benevolent protectors. It’s the usual thing government does: pretend to help people while exploiting and consolidating power over them.
Perhaps the worst possible scenario is that this government is doing that, while also actually participating in sex crimes as members of the US government are thought to be doing.
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