“I was Literally Surrounded by Them When I was 14″ – Corey Feldman Exposes Hollywood Pedophilia

For those who haven’t already heard, Corey Feldman (arguably the biggest child actor of the 80′s) went public about being sexually abused by Hollywood moguls, multiple times. He describes how he and fellow former child star Corey Haim were constantly fed drugs and taken advantage of.  Feldman started speaking out after the death of his friend. He says that the trauma Haim experienced as a child played a large role in his death.

This isn’t the first time an actor or actress has come out, Allison Arngrim, the former “Little House on the Prairie” star also wrote about her own experiences in the book “Confessions of a Prairie Bitch,” where she also expresses how she was abused multiple times.

Sex abuse charges have been laid multiple times against Hollywood employees. Martin Weiss is one of them, a 47-year-old Hollywood manager who represented multiple child actors. Another one is Jason James Murphy, 35, a casting agent who frequently worked with young clients.

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On a personal note, based on everything I have looked at over the years I have no doubt in my mind that Hollywood is filled with pedophiles and occultists. The same group of corporations that own Hollywood, also own major oil, energy, pharmaceutical companies and more. This group controls the entire military industrial complex, including Hollywood. You can read more about that here, an article that outlines one major shareholder of the few corporations that control the entertainment industry, among others as mentioned above.

I’d also like to mention that Randy Quaid went on the record saying that there are a group of “star whacker’s”  in Hollywood. He said that actors are killed, and many others are being tampered with. He expressed how he believes Hollywood is controlled by the big bankers. This isn’t a conspiracy, I provide some links to that information in an article I wrote last year ( again,the link is in the paragraph above.)

I echo Roseanne Barr’s words that MK Ultra rules in Hollywood, that children within the entertainment industry are constantly subjected to trauma based mind control on multiple levels, controlled, abused and used their entire life.

For anybody who has researched ancient philosophy, occultism and history, you will be aware of rituals that these secret societies perform. Sexual rituals described by Corey are one of many ritualistic tendencies of secret societies that still exist today.

“I can tell you that the number one problem in Hollywood was and still is and always will be pedophilia. That’s the biggest problem, for children in this industry. It’s all done under the radar, pedophilia is the big secret. I was surrounded by them when I was 14 years old, surrounded, they were everywhere like vultures.” – Corey Feldman

“There was a circle of older men that surrounded themselves around this group of kids. They all had their own power or connections to great power in the entertainment industry.” – Corey Feldman

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KATIE COURIC: You’re Not Alone – Couples are Suffering From Porn Addiction – Time to Talk About It

1 in 4 adults admits to looking at pornography at work and 70% of access to online porn happens between 9 AM and 5 PM. But too much porn watching can cause major problems in relationships, which is exactly what happened to Craig Perra.

Related Article: Your Brain on Porn

 

NWO CULT: Masturbating in Coffins & Other Bizarre Rituals of the Über Elite

Films for Action Posted by Abby M on Feb. 28, 2014

Abby Martin goes over the strange rituals of secret societies, remarking on the Yale fraternity ‘Skull & Bones’ calling out the surreptitious behavior of two the society’s most famous members including George W Bush and John Kerry. LIKE Breaking the Set @ http://fb.me/BreakingTheSet FOLLOW Abby Martin @ http://twitter.com/AbbyMartinskullAndBonesBushClock

More on the Rituals at Bohemian Grove:

Washington Post – Posted at 09:25 AM ET, 06/15/2011

Bohemian Grove: Where the rich and powerful go to misbehave

 


Two future U.S. presidents, Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon, are pictured with Harvey Hancock (standing) and others at Bohemian Grove in the summer of 1967. (Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.) Correction: This article originally stated that the Bohemian Grove encampment begins today. It begins in mid-July.

Every July, some of the richest and most powerful men in the world gather at a 2,700 acre campground in Monte Rio, Calif., for two weeks of heavy drinking, super-secret talks, druid worship (the group insists they are simply “revering the Redwoods”), and other rituals.

Their purpose: to escape the “frontier culture,” or uncivilized interests, of common men.

The people that gather at Bohemian Grove — who have included prominent business leaders, former U.S. presidents, musicians, and oil barons — are told that “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here,” meaning business deals are to be left outside. One exception was in 1942, when a planning for the Manhattan Project took place at the grove, leading to the creation of the atom bomb.

A spokesperson for Bohemian Grove say the people that gather there “share a passion for the outdoors, music, and theater.”

The club is so hush-hush that little can be definitively said about it, but much of what we know today is from those who have infiltrated the camp, including Texas-based filmmaker Alex Jones. In 2000, Jones and his cameraman entered the camp with a hidden camera and were able to film a Bohemian Grove ceremony, Cremation of the Care. During the ceremony, members wear costumes and cremate a coffin effigy called “Care” before a 40-foot-owl, in deference to the surrounding Redwood trees.

Bohemian Grove’s spokesperson calls the ceremony “a traditional musical drama celebrating nature and summertime.” The spokesperson also said that while Jones’ comments are inaccurate, the footage is real.

Watch the controversial footage of the ceremony below:

Another infiltrator, Spy magazine writer Philip Weiss, posed as a guest for seven days in 1989, when the waiting list was 33 years long and the grove had several thousand members. Weiss published the article “Inside Bohemian Grove,” writing: “You know you are inside the Bohemian Grove when you come down a trail in the woods and hear piano music from amid a group of tents and then round a bend to see a man with a beer in one hand … urinating into the bushes. This is the most gloried-in ritual of the encampment, the freedom of powerful men to pee wherever they like, a right the club has invoked when trying to fight government anti-sex discrimination efforts and one curtailed only when it comes to a few popular redwoods just outside the Dining Circle.”

Former President Bill Clinton once told a heckler, “The Bohemian club! Did you say Bohemian club? That’s where all those rich Republicans go up and stand naked against redwood trees right? I’ve never been to the Bohemian club but you oughta go. It’d be good for you. You’d get some fresh air.”

The Sonoma County Free Press, which has published investigative stories on the grove since at least the 1980s, says activities include plays and comedy shows in which women are portrayed by male actors, and Lakeside Talks, in which high-ranking officials speak about information not available to the public. The group calls them “public interest talks.”

Protests take place at the Bohemian Grove nearly ever year. This year’s protest is organized by the California State Greens and endorsed by other social activist groups.

Bohemian Grove’s 2011 retreat begins in mid-July. We don’t suggest any infiltrators try to make their way through the entrance, guarded by camp valets and redwoods some 200 feet in height. It didn’t end too well for the last Vanity Fair editor who tried it.

HISTORY CHANNEL: Sex in the Ancient World Pompeii – Pimps in Roman Times – GRAPHIC!

EDITORIAL: It would seem that in thousands of years, nothing has really changed at all!

Discoveries of erotic paintings and artifacts have given the cities a distinctly racy reputation. But is this deserved, asks Joanne Berry ahead of the ‘Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum’ exhibition at the British Museum.

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By Joanne Berry

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One of the features of Pompeii and Herculaneum that often surprises modern visitors is the frequency of erotic images. Erotic art is found all over the cities, in private houses, public buildings and on the street façades. It so shocked the sensibilities of the earliest excavators that erotic art and objects were removed from the excavations by order of the Bourbon King Charles III and kept under lock and key. Later, in 1817, a “Secret Cabinet” was created in which these items were displayed at the Royal Museum at Naples – but only to important male visitors with express permission.

There was no attempt to hide away explicit scenes in the cities, although it is fair to say that there are different categories of erotic art that are displayed in different contexts. Firstly, a particularly common find are phalluses and images of Priapus (in paintings and mosaics, in the form of decorative lamps, and, on one street, carved into a paving stone). These, however, may not have been intended as erotic symbols but as charms to ward off the “evil eye” and ensure prosperity. It is perhaps for this reason that a large wall-painting of Priapus, with enormous phallus, is found at the entrance to the House of the Vettii in Pompeii. Another famous example is the phallus carved into terracotta outside a bakery with the following slogan above and below it: “Good fortune dwells here.”

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Other categories are more overtly sexual in nature. There are abundant mythological scenes, displayed openly in different rooms of private houses. Common scenes include Venus and Mars, and Pan with a nymph. These scenes are suggestive rather than explicit. Then there are sexually explicit, realistic, scenes, most commonly found in private spaces such as bedrooms, and back rooms, and in what may have been brothels.

An exception to this rule can be seen in the Suburban Baths in Pompeii. The apodyterium (changing-room) of these baths had once been decorated with erotic scenes, displayed in numbered boxes. There has been much debate over their function. Did they represent a sex manual, were they advertisements for a brothel in the baths, or were they merely designed to entertain and titillate? Whatever the case, by AD79 these scenes had been covered over with new, non-erotic, decoration.

There is plenty of evidence for prostitution at Pompeii, but there is disagreement over the number of brothels because the identification of such properties is not straightforward. Traditionally they have been identified on the basis of explicit graffiti or wall-paintings. But, as we have seen, erotic art was extremely common in the Roman world; in addition, explicit graffiti need not relate to sex for money or mark the precise location of a brothel. Some scholars have argued for the existence of between nine and 35 brothels in Pompeii. But only one premises, known as the Lupanar, appears to have been purpose-built as one. The five rooms of the upper floor were accessed by a separate entrance. The lower floor had five small rooms with masonry beds and the hallway was decorated with explicit wall-paintings.

WATCH: What This Make-Believe Girl Means To 1,000 Pedophiles

UPWORTHY: A Dutch child-rights organization has opened my eyes to a new form of child exploitation. This video is safe for work but will hurt your stomach.Watch how they gauged the scale of the problem with a 10-week online sting using the help of someone named “Sweetie.”

ORIGINAL: By Terre des Hommes. Found on Facebook by the great people at Design Stew. The director of Terre des Hommes says it’s not too late stop this form of child exploitation. You can learn more about the issue and sign their petition.

REALITY CHECK: Jenna Jameson with Jim Norton & Sam Roberts on Kids, Tito Ortiz, Porn & More

 EDITORIAL: It’s very sad to watch. It’s like they’ve broken her so bad and everyone just acts like no big deal. Tomorrow, we’ll see a headline somewhere or a talk show host pimping pornography to teens and young women as a great career choice. Run ins with the law, DUIs and drug use. Foreclosed home. Does this sound like Jenna Jameson is on top of any World??

This is the reality of porn, folks. It don’t get no more real than this. This wasn’t just exhaustion you’re seeing. She may or may not being doing illegal drugs but she’s definitely wasted on something besides lack of sleep. We all know doctors hand out pills to celebrities like they are skittles. And celebrities think they’re not lying if they say they’re not on drugs as long as they have a prescription to get wasted!

This interview should’ve been stopped. NO ONE there protected her. It’s like they set her up to take a public fall. This interview just sealed her fate to not get her kids back anytime soon and maybe not even visitation at all. She left porn and now they’re getting their revenge on her as they do with all who refuse to pimp and promote them. You turn your back on Porn Valley and this is what they pay the media to do to ya to get you back. Yep!

She never got a chance to grow up and be a real woman. She never got to grow up and be a real mom. She keeps talking about boys instead of men and playing with her hair like a little girl. I see this and I think of how this is what Porn Valley wanted to do to my beautiful baby girl.They regress them back to puberty mentally and emotionally and then they keep them there so it’s easier to exploit them and pimp them to men as girls instead of women.

My daughter would come home from spending time with them and she’d act like a 12 year old. Literally. I’d have to get in her face and push her to come back. She’d get very angry at times but then the real her would finally come out. I know if I hadn’t been there to keep reminding her of who she really was, her mind would’ve been gone forever and she would’ve be gone forever too. Yep, she could’ve been just like Jenna Jameson. That’s who media had told her she wanted to be. Would YOU want YOUR DAUGHTER to be her now?? I sure didn’t!!

Thank you, God, for helping me save her and that she’s not. You know I need Your help big time now to save the rest of the daughters, Dear Lord. Please work inside the hearts of every single person who sees this video so that their eyes may be opened and their minds turned off porn forever. Let them understand the full weight of what happens to the teens and women who end up in Porn Valley. It’s time for the Truth to set us all free. Amen!!

Jenna, I so hope you get help. You deserve some real happiness. Get some help and give yourself some happiness with a normal guy and your kids. They are out there and you CAN do it. These guys were NOT your friends. They just hurt you. Stop letting these people hurt you. They will ALL exploit you.

Get help and find friends and a man who will treat you right. Please!!

Jenna Jameson’s Hollywood Hills mansion auctioned off for $1.8M after former adult star faces foreclosure

By Daily Mail Reporter

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Looks like Jenna Jameson might have to go house hunting in the near future.

The former adult film star and business mogul recently lost her Hollywood Hills mansion due to  defaulting on the her mortgage payments.

The house was auctioned off by her bank for $1.8 million, reports TMZ.

House that Jenna built: Former porn star Jenna Jameson was recently foreclosed upon when she ceased making payments on her Los Angeles home

House that Jenna built: Former porn star Jenna Jameson was recently foreclosed upon when she ceased making payments on her Los Angeles home

Home sweet home? Jenna Jameson recently lost her Hollywood Hills mansion to the bank

Home sweet home? Jenna Jameson recently lost her Hollywood Hills mansion to the bank

 

According to the website, Jameson was notified in February of her delinquent status and that the I Dream of Jenna star owed close to $57,000 in mortgage payments.

Jameson allegedly put the house on the market earlier this year at $1.9 million, but was unable to find a buyer.

After she was unable to move the house on the market, Jameson continued to default on her payments to the bank, reports TMZ.

Her bank then reportedly obtained a final judgement against her in June for the full amount of her mortgage to the tune of $2 million.

Finding home: The three-bedroom, 3,958-square-foot house was originally purchased by the for $2.7 million in 2006 Finding home: The three-bedroom, 3,958-square-foot house was originally purchased by the for $2.7 million in 2006

The three-bedroom, 3,958-square-foot house was originally purchased by 39-year-old Jameson for $2.7 million in 2006.

In 2008, after she began a relationship with Ultimate Fighting champion Tito Ortiz, it was reported the couple bought a $3.4 million, four bedroom, 3.5 bath mansion in Huntington Beach and moved in together.

During the time that the couple were living together in Orange County, Jameson rented out the Los Angeles mansion.

No takers: Jameson put the house on the market earlier this year at $1.9 million, but was unable to find a buyer

No takers: Jameson put the house on the market earlier this year at $1.9 million, but was unable to find a buyer

In recent years, the home allegedly sustained substantial water damage and Jameson opted to not fix the house, which she deemed not worth the expense. Soon after, she is said to have stopped paying the bank on her mortgage.

Jameson recently ran into trouble last April, when the former porn star was arrested for battery as she assaulted her assistant with a brass knuckle iPhone case.  

Jameson is no longer with Ortiz, the father of her twin boys Journey and Jess.

Under pressure: Jameson ceased making payments on the house due to water damage

Under pressure: Jameson ceased making payments on the house due to water damage

GRAPHIC: Porn On The Brain – Channel 4 Documentary

Experiment that convinced me online porn is the most pernicious threat facing children today: By ex-lads’ mag editor MARTIN DAUBNEY

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The moment I knew internet pornography had cast its dark shadow over the lives of millions of ordinary British teenagers will live with me for ever.

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HISTORY CHANNEL: America’s Book of Secrets: Serial Killers – America, the World’s Top Producer of Killers

EDITORIAL: Last year, we watched as President Obama called for more studies on the correlation between violent pornography, video games and entertainment and mass shootings and statistics show us America has a tendency to create more mass murderers and serial rapists and killers than any other country in the World.

The fact that America creates most of the violent and hyper-sexualized content in question in our societies today, directly supports the multitude of research that proves violent content, however it’s presented, will alter a person’s personality and behavior, in a negative manner, more times than not.

An overwhelming mountain of evidence is there but even more compelling is the firsthand experiences of those harmed by these damaging products and services pimped to our societies as innocent entertainment.

It’s not innocent entertainment. It’s your child’s future!!

CLICK HERE to view more episodes of ‘America’s Book of Secrets’ on The History Channel

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BBC Scotland Investigates ‘Sins of Our Fathers’

Published on Aug 12, 2013

BBC Scotland Broadcast 29 July 2013

Documentary Claimed Two Heads Covered Up Abuse

FORT Augustus Abbey school in the Highlands was once Scotland’s most prestigious Catholic boarding school, based on the banks of Loch Ness and run by an order of Benedictine monks.

However, evidence has emerged that over a 30-year period pupils were victims of serious physical and sexual abuse including rape.

An investigation by BBC Scotland alleged that two headmasters, Francis Davidson and Augustine Grene, covered up abuse by monks.

Father Aidan Duggan, an Australian monk who taught at Carlkemp, a preparatory school in East Lothian and Fort Augustus was said by five former pupils to have raped and sexually abused them between 1953 and 1974.

One former pupil told his parents that he had been raped only to be called into the headmaster’s office and told that lying was a mortal sin, it was reported. Duggan returned to Australia in 1974 and became a parish priest in Sydney. However, no warnings were made by the Benedictines and he allegedly continued to abuse. He died in 2004.

A second Benedictine monk, Father “Chrysostom” Alexander, allegedly repeatedly sexually abused a pupil at Fort Augustus.

He told his parents who complained to the school and as a result Fr Alexander was sent back to Australia, again with no warnings about his behaviour.

Fr Alexander, who is now 77, is the subject of an investigation by Police Scotland.

The revelations, made in a recent BBC documentary, The Sins of Our Fathers, contained evidence against nine Fort Augustus monks. When confronted Fr Alexander refused to answer questions but the Catholic Church in Sydney has since stripped him of his priestly faculties pending an investigation.

 

BBC ONE: Abused – Breaking the Silence

Chris Harvey reviews BBC One’s harrowing documentary about former pupils of two Catholic preps schools who allege they suffered sexual abuse at the hands of Rosminian Fathers.

Father Kit Cunningham

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The BBC One documentary Abused: Breaking the Silence told the extraordinary story of how the internet helped expose a culture of violence and abuse at two Catholic prep schools in England and Africa that went back at least 50 years. Olenka Frenkiel’s film described how former pupils who had logged on to share memories of two schools run by the Rosminian order – the Grace Dieu school in Leicestershire and St Michael’s school in Soni, in what is now Tanzania – found themselves sharing stories of abuse that, as boys, they believed had been suffered alone. The men were now in their fifties and sixties. Each had been terrified into silence as a child.

Account followed account. Rory Johnston, a former pupil of the school in Soni, alleged serious and repetitive sexual abuse at the hands of a Fr Collins. “There was no way I could get out of it,” he said. “There was no one to tell. You couldn’t trust the priests, so who else are you going to trust?”

The conversations between the victims also revealed something else. Father Collins had been removed from the Grace Dieu school after Donald MacFaul, now a barrister in Newcastle, had complained about him. The Order, however, had simply relocated the priest to Soni, where pupils said they became similarly terrified of him.

In Soni, it became clear, there was more than one abuser. Some had later gone on to high notice. Fr Kit Cunningham, who became the rector of St Ethelreda’s in London’s Holborn, would receive an MBE. “He sexually molested me,” said one former pupil. “Then made it clear if I ever said anything I would be in trouble.” Events were remembered minutely and many described the depression and “permanent sense of fear and dread” left behind. When Cunningham died at the end of last year he received several laudatory obituaries.

In September 2009, the former pupils had compiled a dossier of abuse and confronted the Order. It was taken seriously. The men began to receive letters from their former teachers, now elderly, confessing to sexual abuse and sadism and expressing contrition. One received a letter from Fr Cunningham asking for forgiveness. (Cunningham also returned his MBE.) The current head of the Order invited the victims to meet their abusers.

48 HOURS VIDEO: Long Island Serial Killer Case: Who Let Down the Lost Girls? According to This, Police Did!!

CBS 48 Hours – July 20, 2013 11:15 PM

"Lost Girls" by Robert Kolker“Lost Girls” by Robert Kolker

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Guest blogger Robert Kolker is the author of “Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery”. The opinions below are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of CBS News.

The neighbors’ silence in the days, weeks, and months that followed Shannan Gilbert’s mysterious disappearance in Oak Beach never ceases to be troubling. And when four bodies in burlap were found nearby along Ocean Parkway, no neighbors came forward to offer sympathy. To me, that spoke volumes about this remote, secluded community, where outsiders are viewed with suspicion and contempt.

The police may not have behaved much better. “Lost Girls”, my book about the Long Island serial killer case, is a comprehensive investigation of the case, featuring exclusive interviews with Joseph Brewer, Dr. Peter Hackett, and dozens of neighbors, family members, friends, and acquaintances of the killer’s victims. My interviews with then-commissioner Richard Dormer and then-chief of detectives Dominick Varrone revealed a troubling bias against the victims. On May 5, 2011, at a meeting of the Public Safety Committee of the Suffolk County Legislature, Varrone called it a “consolation” that the killer didn’t appear to be “selecting citizens at large — he’s selecting from a pool.” On Dec. 12, 2011, in an interview with me, Varrone said of the victims: “[G]reed gets the best of them. In fact, most of them are in the business that they’re in because it’s an easy way to make money, and because they’re greedy.” In that same interview, both Dormer and Varrone have a laugh at the expense of the victims’ families — people who have been struggling for answers ever since their loved ones became part of this case.

In “Lost Girls”, I show how this case was hobbled from the start because the initial disappearances weren’t taken as seriously by law enforcement as they would have been if these women weren’t written off as prostitutes. I tell the story of how all five women were failed by the criminal justice system not once but three times. The police failed to help them when they were at risk. They’d failed again when they didn’t take the disappearances seriously, severely hobbling the chances of making an arrest. And they failed a third time by not going after the johns and drivers.

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Video: “48 Hours”: Long Island Serial Killer

“Lost Girls” also is the first examination of what made the victims so vulnerable to predators. I have visited the hometowns of each woman and interviewed their loved ones. Readers can see how they were so much more than what the police and many Oak Beach neighbors assumed they were. I also show in detail how five young women were drawn into the choice to become an escort. One major enticement, of course, is the money — so much more than what they could make in their struggling hometowns, where the economy has never recovered.

The other reason is the Internet — its ease and its anonymity. As I write in “Lost Girls”, “Shannan, Maureen, Melissa, Megan, and Amber took part in a modern age of prostitution in which clients are lured with the simple tap of a computer keyboard rather than the exhausting, demeaning ritual of walking the streets. The method is easier, seductively so, almost like an ATM — post an ad, and the phone rings seconds later — but also deceptive about its dangers.”

The lives of Shannan, Maureen, Melissa, Megan, and Amber as recounted in “Lost Girls” tell us an important lesson about the hard choices many face in America, and the way our society sometimes lets down those who need our help the most.

WEBCAST: UN Study Men’s Violence Against Women … Buyers of Sex Significantly More Likely to Perpetrate Violence Against Women!

 

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Partners for Prevention – Saturday 9 March 2013

New York – UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV presented the latest research from their Partners for Prevention Regional Joint Programme at the CSW57 side event: ‘Why do men use violence and how do we stop it? New evidence on men’s use of violence against women and girls and its uses for enhanced prevention.’

“We know men are the primary perpetrators of violence. But not all men use violence and many men oppose it. To stop violence before it starts we need to understand the root causes of men’s use of violence, why some men are more likely to use different types of violence and also why some men oppose it,” said James Lang, Programme Coordinator of Partners for Prevention.

Coordinated by Partners for Prevention, a UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV regional joint programme for gender-based violence prevention in Asia and the Pacific, and co-sponsored by the Australian Government, Government of Sweden and WHO, the side event shared cutting edge new knowledge from a collaborative multi-country study focused on men’s use and experiences of violence against women and girls.

In this study, 10,178 men from selected sites in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka responded to representative population-based household surveys. These men were asked about their childhoods, relationships, health, sexual practices, gender attitudes and use of violence against women and girls. The study thus provides ground-breaking new knowledge on how to effectively prevent violence against women and girls.

Focusing on the preliminary research findings, a panel of experts discussed the implications of the findings and how they can be applied to enhance prevention programmes and policies. Specifically the panel highlighted what men have said about their uses of and experiences of different types of violence, and what we can do in the future to stop it before it starts.

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A webcast of this event, which took place 8 March, 1:15-2:30 pm EST, can be viewed at
http://webtv.un.org/watch/why-do-men-use-violence-and-how-do-we-stop-it:…

See related stories from:
– UN Women http://www.unwomen.org/2013/03/study-reveals-shocking-new-evidence-of-me…
– UNV http://www.unv.org/en/news-resources/news/doc/un-agencies-combine-effort…
– UNFPA http://www.unfpa.org/public/home/news/pid/13757

For more information on this panel, see: http://www.partners4prevention.org/sites/default/files/documents/csw_p4p…

For more information on CSW57, see: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/57sess.htm

For further information, contact: Caroline Liou, Communication Specialist, Partners for Prevention, caroline.liou@one.un.org, tel +66 86 067 3228

Gloria Steinem Challenges BBC Presenter on Violence Against Women – “Feminism Needed More Than Ever Before”

Women Under Siege Project – By Lauren Wolfe/Director — March 7, 2013

On Tuesday, Gloria Steinem, who originated WMC’s Women Under Siege, spoke to BBC “Hardtalk” presenter Stephen Sackur about the women’s movement. But I wanted to do more than point you to the video (which you can watch here) and highlight something I found particularly interesting about their chat.

Below is the full transcript of the segment, which starts out with a simple question of relevance—with all of Steinem’s experience, where does she see the movement now? However, as you’ll read, the back and forth devolves quite quickly, with Sackur interrupting in seeming disbelief when Steinem suggests that feminism is more urgently needed than ever before because of what we’ve learned about violence against women and war.

When she explains her thinking (and ours) that “the root of democracy outside the home is democracy inside the home,” Sackur interjects, arguing that most women in what he terms the “Western, developed” world would say they “have democracy in the home.”

Steinem in a screenshot of her BBC interview with Sackur.

I’ll leave it to Steinem to answer this assertion in her own, powerful words, but first I want to show you why what she’s saying about the home vs. the public realm is essential to figuring out how to stop the horrifyingly high rates of sexualized violence against women—and its attending victim-blaming and shaming—in conflict and in public spaces around the world. It is a concept emphasized by Valerie Hudson, a professor of government at Texas A&M University:

“The template for living with other human beings who are different from us is forged within every society by the character of male-female relations,” Hudson writes in Foreign Policy. “In countries where males rule the home through violence, male-dominant hierarchies rule the state through violence.”

When nearly a third of men surveyed in the Democratic Republic of Congo—the so-called “rape capital of the world”—tell researchers that women “sometimes want to be raped and that when a woman is raped she may enjoy it,” we might want to consider this concept carefully.

When 17 senior cops across India are caught on camera “blaming everything from fashionable or revealing clothes to having boyfriends to visiting pubs to consuming alcohol to working alongside men as the main reasons for instances of rape” in a country that recently witnessed the public Boschian rape and murder of a young woman, we may want to take a close look at what is going on beneath the surface.

When a husband in Burma chastises his wife, newly raped by a soldier and returned home: “Prostitute! If you want to sell sex, we will build you a small hut in the jungle. You can sell sex there,” and her own children say to her: “Whore, you are not our mother, don’t come see us anymore,” we really, probably should pay attention to what Steinem, one of the world’s great thinkers on the struggles of women for safety and equality, is saying.

This morning, I was talking about this concept of democracy in the home vs. in the street with my friend, writer Soraya Chemaly. She emphasized that we spend way too much time ignoring commonplace gender inequality—that most of us don’t even see it, as if misogyny is the white background noise of our existence, that is, until something like the evisceration of the Dehli gang-rape briefly breaks through the unheard, continuous hum.

“What is processed in everyday life at the household level emerges as structure in society,” Chemaly explained. “We don’t think of them as inequities because they are invisible: traditionally, culturally sanctioned ways of organizing and behaving.”

Now, here’s what Steinem said to Sackur:

Stephen Sackur: Does the feminist cause feel as urgent to you today as when you rose to international prominence in the late ’60s, early ’70s?

Gloria Steinem: More. Because when we began, we were talking more about personal injustices, about domestic violence, about things that were within our ken, and now we’ve come to understand through length of work and also through international studies that the single most important factor in whether a country is violent within itself or willing to use violence against other countries, is violence against females. Because that normalizes—it’s the earliest, it’s the biggest…it’s not that female life is worth more than male life, it’s not, but that subject-object, conquered-conqueror kind of paradigm in varying degrees normalizes it everywhere else. And that now has been proved in depth. So in a way we’ve gone deeper now and seen how much more important it is.

[Click here for a story by Chemaly that explains more about the relationship between gender imbalance and propensity to engage in war.]

SS: So are you saying that the priorities of the women’s movement, if I can loosely call it that, have fundamentally changed, away from the sort of nuts and bolts sort of equal-pay-for-equal-work and, and, control of fertility, to something that is perhaps less tangible?

GS: No, no, no, what I’m saying is that the root of democracy outside the home is democracy inside the home, so it’s even more important. The root of violence elsewhere is the normalization of violence in an intimate way in the home.

SS: Sorry to interrupt, but when you put it like that it just makes me wonder whether most women these days in Western, developed societies would feel the same way that you do. Because when you talk about the importance of democracy in the home, wouldn’t most women in the developed world today feel that—

GS: No. Of course not.

SS: —they have democracy in the home.

GS: Of course not. Are you kidding? Do men raise children as much as women? No.

SS: But do women feel oppressed today in the way that they did in the ’60s and ’70s?

GS: Yes, more so because now, for instance, when we started we didn’t have a word for “domestic violence.” It was just called “life.” People would constantly say, “Why didn’t she leave?” “What did she do?” Now we understand that domestic violence is original violence.

And, for instance, in my country, there are…if you count up all the people who were killed in 9/11, plus Americans who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, and you count up all the women who were murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in the same amount of time, more women were murdered by their husbands and boyfriends than were killed in those three events.

To read more about Steinem’s thoughts on the normalization of violence in the world, take a look at this Q&A we did in 2012.

GERALDO RIVERA: It Affects the Angry and the Powerful – Exposing Satan’s Underground

 

Geraldo Rivera’s infamous NBC News Special during the satanic explosion of the 1980’s, exposing the occult and satanic rituals.

EDITORIAL: Isn’t that around the same time the internet took off and pornography began the process of possessing the World”s souls??

Porn Valley, Hollywood and the music industry are full of Satanists. We also have to wonder how many of them are in our government protecting these industries who are pimping EVIL and who accepts their money made from the violation of our humanity and our youth’s innocence.Satanism recruits many middle and upper class teens who are rebelling against authority and end up in satanic cults where sexual abuse and violence against the good and innocent are celebrated and mandatory. Sound like what happened in Aurora, the nicest city in America, when a young white male walked into their movie theater and gunned down families and children? Sound like Sandy Hook Elementary School where 22 innocent children and wonderful teachers were gunned down by an angry young white male? EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THE SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SPREE AND MASS SHOOTINGS WERE YOUNG WHITE MALES FROM MIDDLE CLASS HOMES.

Your children’s music, television, internet usage and video games are ALL FULL OF SATANIC SYMBOLOGY. This is what they are ALL recruiting your children to. This is what’s growing the violence in America and all around the World! As said in this documentary, “It doesn’t matter if or what YOU believe about Satan. What matters is THEY DO believe and THEY will DO ANYTHING to further their worship of this EVIL!

Dr. Judith Reisman: Porn, Addiction, and the Impact on Youth, Women and Families

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Uploaded on May 27, 2011

Judith A. Reisman (pron.: /ˈrsmən/; born April 11, 1935) is a controversial American conservative writer best known for her criticism and condemnation of the work and legacy of Alfred Kinsey. She is noted as “the founder of the modern anti-Kinsey movement.”[1] Her commentary is currently featured by WorldNetDaily and Salvo (magazine).[2][3]

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