Sunday, July 6, 2014

The Irony of the Seizure of MyRedbook happening so close to "Independence day"

I think the seizure of MyRedbook, happening so close to the 4th of July holiday is a bit ironic. Here we are getting ready to celebrate the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, a founding document of our country declaring freedom from tyranny, only to be shown that 238 years later, we still aren’t free. I have to admit, it really does make me sick. When I look at how the redbook community is now forced underground by the Feds, it really is obvious at how counter productive this was for their “crackdown on child prostitution”. Even the local police have acknowledged that the shut down is going to make it harder for them to find pimps and traffickers.

If anything the Feds should seize the websites of banksters, such as JPMorgan Chase.

'Most recently, JPMorgan made a so-called deferred prosecution agreement with U.S. Attorney Office for the Southern District of New York which will suspend a criminal indictment for JPMorgan’s violation of the 1970 Bank Secrecy Act, a federal statute that requires financial institutions to assist government agencies in detecting and preventing money laundering, tax evasion, or other criminal activities.'

So JPMorgan Chase gets a "deferred prosecution agreement" and gets their domain name seized without a trial? It seems crime doesn't pay, unless you're a bankster.

The sad thing about all this is that the people are willing to stand by and let it happen. Where is the American Civil Liberties Union? Have they sold out? We the people need to fight back. Once the government controls our civil rights, it is all over. People need to realize that this more than just a bunch of “Jesus freaks” and puritan “right wing” conservatives trying to force their morals on the rest of the population. This is all set up by design. The state loves that prostitution is illegal so they always have a source of "criminals" to bust.

Try reading the laws on prostitution and you’ll find it to be vague, contradicting, and all around confusing. This is all done for a reason! So that the state will always be able to find some kind of "legal loophole" to be able to press charges against someone if they ever want to. And there's no great public outcry for the decriminalization for any of this, because people in the adult entertainment/sex worker industry are looked down upon by society. The general public feels like it's not their problem so why should they care? If they didn't want to risk going to jail, then they should have just gotten a "real job".

Aside from the fact that it is indeed a "REAL JOB", the general public fails to realize, that this is much more than just us wanting to protect "sex workers rights"... It's actually a case of HUMAN RIGHTS! You can't cherry pick what rights should be protected based on morality. If we want to remain a free country, we have to protect ALL RIGHTS! Sadly, not enough people understand this.

More people need to study the Constitution and American history. More people need to turn off their TVs and open a book. More people need to realize that we live in a country where "Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed."


jaeleen said...

Thanks so much for the great article. Still reeling from the implications ...

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