The Hysterical State Ruins Lives

Saturday, September 19, 2009
Posted in category Totalitarian Government

While there’s no facts or data to back this up, you know the truth in it nonetheless. Disturbing.

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6 Responses to The Hysterical State Ruins Lives

  1. Anonymous Coward says:

    September 19th, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    There can never be “facts” listed because of the shame involved. No parent, no matter how horrified by the system wants to push back, because it involves publicizing shameful facts of one or more child. The forces of hysteria and graft are in almost complete control of of the development of the “legal” process.

    And by graft I mean that juvenile activists counselors get recruited to work for the courts and require counseling by these companies. There is a circle of money involved.

    If a parent finds a child doing something worrisome, and wants to get counseling due to witnessing or knowledge of a sexual act, there are no options. Stringent mandatory reporting requirements encircle every family in fear.

    Like any horrible system, there are people in it who make it work for the better some times. But you never know what is going to happen. It is a circus of fear and paranoia for months at best before you realize that you might be treated in a quasi-rational manner (within constraints).

    And of course, this is much more likely if you have a damn good and expensive lawyer. The poorer are just public property. The juvenile case workers will call and inform parents confidently that there is no need for a lawyer anyway.

    Sorry I can’t obey your directives about name and email. If you don’t want to let this post, I understand.

    Thanks for the link.

  2. clark says:

    September 20th, 2009 at 12:25 am

    This is the kind of sh.. stuff that’ll get bricks tossed your way. Standing up against the system this way I mean.

    At least some people seem to be human, the blog poster you refer to especially.

    This, more than many others, is a Star Trek episode for real.

  3. cousin lucky says:

    September 20th, 2009 at 1:17 am

    I am 65 and on my way ” out the door ” so my opinions do not matter much. I live in New York City and the thing that troubles me the most about young people and sex in today’s world is seeing and hearing about girls of twelve, thirteen, fourteen etc working as prostitutes after they get out of school each day.

    Our so called society is in very bad shape and may collapse soon because basic logical sanity is so rare in our institutions of government!!

  4. Jim Galt says:

    September 20th, 2009 at 6:14 am

    Don’t worry. We’ll capture their value in a few years. We always do.

    >:)

  5. Richard Laplante says:

    September 20th, 2009 at 8:09 am

    As with traffic violations (particularly dwi), domestic disputes, and the list goes on; people (‘offenders’) are coerced into psychiatric programs and supervision. Their ‘records’ are created and they become less-than-citizens for the rest of their lives.

    The court system is a conveyor belt (see “The Wall” by Pink Floyd).

    That the state is focusing on children is nothing new, but this is a new low, isn’t it?

    I hate to say it (but I’ve been saying it since 1987), but people need to learn that the government is their adversary and any ‘deal’ that is offered in the way of reducing criminal charges or lessening fines etc. – usually includes a reduction in your status and a (possible) lifelong disability – or worse.

    I suppose ‘sex offenders’ cannot purchase firearms…

  6. liberranter says:

    September 21st, 2009 at 1:38 am

    If there is any silver lining in the whole police-state “offender” craze (and that includes the registry fetish for sex/meth/traffic/whathaveyou “offenders”), it is that the hysteria will carry so far and sweep in so many, that the term “offender” or “felon” will ultimately become meaningless. In times gone by, before the evolution of the Amerikan police-state-on-steroids, that label was generally selectively and carefully applied only to those who demonstrated what was clearly criminal behavior against others and had been convicted through due process in a court of law. Today, in the United Fascialist State of Amerika, as was the case in the Stalin-era USSR, so many people are “raked in” (to borrow a term made famous by Solzhenitsyn in the Gulag Archipelago) that it is becoming more and more difficult to find anyone who has not been convicted of a crime at some point in their past. Once everyone is guilty of something, the practical effect is that no one is guilty of anything. That’s the situation we now face. For this reason it is impossible to believe that any of these young men is guilty of anything remotely resembling a crime, meaning that the stigma with which the state wishes to permanently brand them is ineffective.

    I, for one, am now more willing than ever in the past to consider the possibility that many, if not MOST of the prison population of this country consists of innocent people. Given the thoroughly corrupt and lawless nature of the “justice” system, it is impossible to have any faith in the verdicts of its courts.

    Cheer up, young “sex offenders.” You WILL be exonerated in the future once the monster that destroyed your lives rips itself apart in a self-destructive frenzy.

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