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EU Court of Human Rights

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Re: EU Court of Human Rights

Post by rosemary on Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:27 am

PS Only the ACT, not the thought....is illegal. Thatīs not according to God of course. Thought Word and Deed. I go along with that.

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Post by rosemary on Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:34 am

It is legal daftness Pedro. Noone can be prosecuted just for their thoughts, is what the law is saying.

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Post by Pedro Silva on Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:33 am

Thank you for explain it to me my friends.

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Post by Cath on Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:24 am

rosemary wrote:It is legal daftness Pedro. Noone can be prosecuted just for their thoughts, is what the law is saying.

Good. Else I would be in jail for (thinking of) murder.

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Post by bluj1515 on Tue Jan 12, 2010 2:40 pm

rosemary wrote:There is a discussion over on PFA at the moment about this new Lisbon Treaty and Paedophilia. As I understand it (that is questionable right now!) BluJ says that the CONDITION of Paedophilia is not illegal. Only the ACT itself is now illegal. I have asked how one can be assessed a paedophile if one does not commit the act? Smoke and mirrors to me.....

I don't think the Lisbon Treaty CHANGED to that that though. That's always been the case.

Actually, what the change did was take away PROTECTION from pedophiles -- apparently previously it had been classified also a "sexual orientation." And perhaps to medical professionals and those in the psychiatric field, it fits the criteria. But in today's world, where most countries and the EU protect people who are homosexual from discrimination, etc. -- and do so using statutes that say discrimination on the basis of "sexual orientation" is prohibited -- it no longer made sense from a policy standpoint to call pedophilia a "sexual orientation". Calling it that stems from the days that people thought homosexuality was equally horrible and a crime.

As to the pedophiliac actions being the criminal act -- every action that pedophiles engage in, as far as I can think of, is governed by a statute that says it's criminal and prohibited. Really, we are playing a word game -- the only way you can know someone is a pedophile is if they are attracted to children and act on those impulses in some way -- child porn, etc. I don't think there are many pedophiles who ignore all children, etc. But there might be. But no one would know; if no one knows (truly no one, I'm talking someone who really hides it, never says a word, doesn't act on it, etc.) then how could the law regulate it? It can't.

The "condition" has never been illegal but I can't see how the condition would be diagnosed without an (illegal) action showing it; unless a person was so mentally ill they were already under medical care and that was another symptom.
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