Child Porn Creates market for Child Sex Slaves

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Civil Society Women’s Group urges the enforceable ban of internet pornography involving children or actors playing the role of children.

by Melissa Hemingway Feminine-Perspective Staff

According to Katie Alsop of the RINJ Foundation the group has found that in hundreds of arrests for child sexual abuse and child trafficking, child porn is what brought the criminal to commit the crime.

We are not talking about adult porn although it should be banned from the public internet if it encourages misogyny and rape. We are talking about kiddie porn where children are depicted in any manner whatsoever for the purpose of entertaining pedophiles.

See: RINJ Case Work Proves Porn Drives Child Sex Trade

Now Facebook is asking each girl to submit pictures of themselves. How long will it be before that database  of precise personal identification, matched to current explicit photographs, be sold to the world’s worst?

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Michele Francis of the RINJ Foundation in Toronto recently complained about the pornography that has resurfaced on the Facebook social media site.

She cited the RINJ group’s decade-ago campaign to rid the site of pro-rape and porn content.

In the fall of 2017, Facebook announced a pilot campaign to collect the images of girls and women to enable a “Facebook Team” decide if the images would be candidates for use in so-called “revenge-porn”.

(Did you ever get the idea we are all thought of by government and large corporations as nothing more than stupid sheep?)

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Concomitantly Michele Francis, in January of 2018, discovered that advertising placed on behalf of her organization was being shown on pro-rape pages and pornography contrary to express instructions not to do that. She promptly cancelled all advertising for the organizations page and resigned from The RINJ Foundation in utter frustration, thus ending her decade-long fight with Facebook over its misogynistic content which she claimed was invited by Facebook and created by criminal elements of society that intended to use the internet platform to exploit women and girls to make money.

She and many security experts criticized the Facebook “Revenge Porn” information collection scheme’s mechanics back in November – before the Cambridge Analytica scandal revealed the personal information of up to 87 million Facebook users was improperly shared. Now Facebook is asking each girl to submit pictures of themselves. How long will it be before that database  of precise personal identification, matched to current explicit photographs, be sold to the world’s worst?

Apparently the children on Facebook are playing games on each other by altering photographs  posted by users such that the user now looks like a pornography star. This has impacted very young kids.

Rape Is No Joke falls under the mantra Fighting for the safety of Women and Children of RINJ. The group has repeatedly argued that removing “pro-rape” pages and pornography from Facebook and other social media is not a violation of free speech in the context of Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the concepts recognized in international human rights law in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. RINJ has repeatedly challenged Facebook to remove the pro-rape content.

According to Michele Francis, “Facebook exploits  girls for the purpose of making money. No matter the reason, that puts the company alongside criminals who exploit the same victims for thhe same purpose.”

Facebook will take from girls everything personal and make money from this content the girls unwittingly provide. Hence forbidding Facebook this content does not violate free speech because it otherwise causes harm to millions of persons.

“This danger and harm brought to female users, the patriarchal Facebook and many government patriarchs don’t care about. It is no less true for their not caring that Facebook brings harm to populations.”

After leaving The RINJ Foundation volunteer group, Francis went on to become a private social media consultant to governments. One of her clients is banning Facebook.

The Papua New Guinean government will ban Facebook for a month in a bid to crack down on “fake users” and study the effects the website is having on the population.

The communication minister, Sam Basil, said the shutdown would allow his department’s analysts to carry out research and analysis on who was using the platform, and how they were using it, admits rising concerns about social well-being, security and productivity. From The Guardian

Pursuant to its research The RINJ Foundation has repeatedly issued statements proposing an enforceable ban on internet child pornography including the porn pages of Facebook.

The group claims Child Pornography Drives Child Sex Trade, rape, incest, and advances misogyny.

 

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