Tag Archives: morality

Daily Headline – 04/04/13

‘Children accessing porn should cause moral-panic’

Childrens comm logoAn article in the UK’s Telegraph newspaper claims that children, as young as 11 watching pornography is widespread.

A study from Sue Berelowitz, deputy children’s commissioner has said that in one school the entire year of 14 year old boys had seen porn and half of the girls (apparently they didn’t want to watch but the boys made them).

Miss Berelowitz added: “No one should be panicking – but why should not there be a moral panic?

She goes on to say… some boys now felt they had an “absolute entitlement to have sex with girls, any time, any place, any where, with whomsoever they wished”.

The watchdog was so concerned that it had more research to see if boys actually understood what “giving consent” to sex actually meant.

Summary

So, teens watching porn has the very realistic possibility to turn then into rapists? What a pile of shit. How can anyone make such a huge leap?

Before such easy access of the internet, when teens had to huddle round an actual physically printed porn magazine, did that turn them into people of ‘entitlement’?

Daily Headline – 19/03/13

Banks, the corporate world can’t be trusted

Hongkong and Shanghai Bullshit Corporation

Hongkong and Shanghai Bullshit Corporation

More evidence has come to light over HSBC’s money laundering and tax evasion facility.

As early as 2003 it has been known to authorities that, to put it politely, HSBC has been lax on anti-money laundering practices. Failure by the banking giant to do anything about it led to regulations being tightened in 2003 and then again in 2010.

Still HSBC continued ignoring the law and clearly having no ethics or morality.

In 2012 HSBC set up offshore accounts for drug-dealers and other criminals. Also in 2012 HSBC was fined $1.9 billion USD for ignoring US money laundering laws.

Now in 2013 HSBC comes under fresh accusations from Argentina stating that they are using fake receipts to facilitate money laundering and tax evasion to the sum of £50m

HSBC said that it would cooperate with the investigation, adding that the allegations were “of great concern”
Yeah, a great concern that you got caught again!