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Friday, March 28, 2014

Verizon Defends Pimping Child Porn

2014-03-28

Verizon Defends Pimping Child Porn

Vatic Note:   What is new?  These corporations are now fascist nazi zionist strongholds.  I saw that list of corporations owned by the various international banks and violators of our laws, and realized that the "rule of law" no longer exists, and since that is the case, we are going to see more and more of this below.   Wait until they get the lawmakers to make it all legal.  Soon, they will start teaching it to kids in school, telling them its all OK, and great to do. 

Take a hard look, this is your proposed new "Global world order".   How do you like it so far???  Imagine when they don't even have to pretend anymore.  All the perverts are our new "fascist" shadow government.  Bonus every Christmas will be a penis enhancement gift, even for woman.   Sorry, a bit carried away with the sarcasm there.

I can't stand Verizon anyway, this just goes even further in proving what I have always thought about them.  Total lack of corporate citizenship, they are simply a criminal operation hiding under an image they want us to buy.  They don't even try to hide much anymore.

Most of these khazar owned corporations are nothing more than good old fashion criminal enterprises anyway, with fancy marketing and image building.  They  could teach the mafia a thing or two about criminal activity.  I am waiting for them to start stealing from those starving kids in Africa.

Verizon Defends Pimping Child Porn
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/03/26/verizon-defends-pimping-child-porn/
by Cara St. Louis,  Veterans Today,  3/26/14

Will common sense prevail?
Will common sense prevail?  (VN: No, no money  in "common sense")

Telecommunications company Verizon is, thankfully, feeling the heat over its decision to provide hard-core porn titles with child and incest themes. Morality in Media (MIM), a national organization that opposes pornography included Verizon in its 2014 Dirty Dozen List of pornography’s leading facilitators. 

There are always, in the United States, questions of First Principles — the First Amendment is an all or nothing proposition, after all.  We have to get that through our heads again.

However, if we are talking about creating and/or promoting either the act of having sex with a child or glamorizing the act of incest in some way, that is a different ball game altogether.  The question is can we stand up for the first amendment and our children at the same time? Of course, we can.
It is a fact that there are groups now trying to “normalize” one of the single most damaging, tragic and brutal acts that can be wrought upon a child and that is being placed in a situation in which that child is coerced into having sex with an adult.  There is no such thing as informed consent when it comes to a child.

Their brains aren’t capable of weighing and making a decision like that.  The neurology itself isn’t even mature enough to be activated yet that enables that kind of thinking!  So this simply doesn’t fall under the protective umbrella of free speech.  It must be taken off the air.  Verizon, if they are, in fact, providing this kind of material to the public even via a pay-per-view method, should be brought to justice over this.
“According to MIM, lewd titles like “I Banged My Stepdad,” “Mom, Daughter and Me,” and “Pigtail Teens Pounded” are just some of the many offerings featured on Verizon’s FIOS video on-demand service.”

According to an article by Holly McKay and published on Fox News, “Verizon’s Associate Director for Advertising and Content Standards John P. Artney defended the company’s choice to provide the content, noting that ‘consumers today have extraordinary choice in and control over the content available to them across these networks.’”

No. This is not about choice. Choice implies neutrality. These are not cabbages. These are not melons. These are not adults!  There’s nothing neutral about brutalizing children or promoting incest and glamorizing it.  I believe the selling of that sort of thing is a kind of Pimping, isn’t it?
The quote continues, “The explosion in choice is a tremendous benefit to consumers, but not all consumers want to have access to all content for themselves and their families all of the time,” wrote Artney. “Not all content is desirable to or appropriate for all consumers, however, and Verizon is proud to provide our customers with myriad tools to control the types of content that they and their families have access to through our service.”
Patrick Trueman, President and CEO of Morality in Media, was quoted as saying, “Verizon needs to show some corporate responsibility. America is suffering a pandemic of harm from pornography and that harm falls particularly hard on children,” he told FOX411.

“We are coordinating with the members of our coalition, numbering 146 groups across the U. S., to alert the public to Verizon’s pornography distribution. We have notified the board of Verizon through letters of our position on Verizon’s distribution of pornography. We will publish responses from the board and will continue to press and shame the board if no action is taken.”
Ari Zoldan, CEO of digital communications company Quantum Networks, added that “as Americans we believe in freedom of speech, but we also believe in protection of our children’s welfare and well-being first and foremost.”
But Leo Terrell, of CleartheCourt.com, says Verizon is simply acting like a business.  “Verizon is handling this matter appropriately for its shareholders because it is making them a lot of money,” Terrell said. 
Okay, so we have established that this is, in fact, PIMPING. If we say it’s just business, and apply that sour and smelly label to it, Business Ethics, then it’s fine. All is well. Nothing to see here. Its just business.   (VN:  Don't forget who owns Verizon, we posted a list of corporations owned in part by the bankers and they are horrible corporate citizens, but worse, they are a globally operating mafia and thus "illegal porn of children" is OK to do, since they do it "legally" in Israel.)

According to Fox News, which I realize is a dubious news source most of the time, Verizon did not respond to a request for further comment.  Maybe Fox News has it out for Verizon and so is blowing this particular whistle. I care not as long as this whistle gets blown.
Editing:  Erica P. Wissinger

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1 comment:

  1. Back in the 80,s and 90's Proctor and Gamble lost a lot of business because they were exposed as satan worshippers with their moon and stars symbol on their products. Today, Verizon needs to be exposed for this, as apparently they see nothing wrong with exploiting innocent and ignorant children for profit. I see Verizon's profits going down because of this. If the top of Verizon's command is a bunch of perverts, let them sell to perverts, who obviously align with this position of theirs. The fish rots from the head down. The children are the future of our country and they should be loved and nurtured as a tender plant and brought up with restraint and good moral education, not treated like Verizon is promoting with their easy availability of smut for money. If these guys are caught defiling our children I say off with their "heads" (you know what I mean).

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