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Thursday, 30 September 2010

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in 1923, The US Government's Bureau of Prohibition sought to have Bell Telephone suspend the telephone privileges of those who were heard on party lines discussing the repeal of Prohibition.

"Thank Goodness that worked," said a Bureau Agent at the time. "Now that we've silenced those who dare to discuss changing the law, Prohibition will be with us forever."

Has Facebook violated NAMBLA's First Amendment right?

There are two schools of thought.

1.) "The First Amendment, as it regards to what the Supreme Court defined as 'virtual child pornography', is very specific," said a Constitutional expert with a brilliant legal mind. "Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition allowed the U.S. Supreme Court to deem unconstitutional two parts of the Child Pornography Prevention Act (CPPA) of 1996 which addressed child pornography.

"The Court wrote," he continued. "that virtual child pornography illegally 'prohibits speech that records no crime and creates no victims by its production'."

2.) Rights for kid touchers? F--k the sick bastards. I wish they were dead.

Similarly, Facebook has decided to purge from its massive collection of ridiculous fan-pages all of those that refer to NAMBLA, the organization that wishes to have consensual sexual relationships between young boys and grown men made legal, in response to a Fox News expose on the subject.

"We'll remove from the Facebook universe any page that refers to NAMBLA in any way, shape or form," said an unidentified Facebook executive. "We are committed to appearing to end pedophilia on Facebook."

Fortunately for the entire country, since removing NAMBLA fan-pages will eradicate pedophilia, we no longer have to worry about the kid-touchers that create Facebook groups that appear innocent, like a Playstation 3 fans page, so that they can secretly befriend children, and to create a national network of pedophiles.

"Facebook's reactive approach to keeping criminals off their site is just what the anti-NAMBLA advocates wanted," said Dr. Harry Balzak, an internet crimes against children researcher. "It's much better that they remove the sites Fox News put on TV, versus Facebook doing key word and script searches and compiling blacklists of known illegal content to block from Facebook. What purpose would that serve?"

"We completely support Facebook's policy of removing content only after it is seen by someone who decides to report it," continued Dr. Balzak. "Were it not for concerned Americans reporting their neighbors' activities, Japanese-American internment camps would never have been created. Can you imagine 110,000 Japanese-American citizens just wandering around, waiting to aid their grandparents' birth country?"

"It doesn't matter," says a self-reporting NAMBLA member. "We've still got Myspace. Parents have forgotten about it."

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