Thursday, November 17, 2011

Triumph of Evil When Good Men Do Nothing

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing", and that's exactly what happened in the Penn State child rape scandal. Predators like Sandusky have existed since time immemorial, and they always will. Whether you believe these people are sick, or evil, or both, it's not up to them to police themselves...they either can't, or they won't. In other words, it ain't their problem. It's ours!

Because we know better! We know right from wrong! Or, do we? If we, the people - who either, do not possess the destructive and lustful appetite of the deranged, or, have the power to control these destructive and harmful urges - protect reputation, wealth, and status, over the lives of innocent children; hence, letting these predators roam with impunity, who is the real evil one here?

I mean, do we allow lions to roam free? And if we did, who is at fault when the lions feast on the innocent? The lions? Or, the people who allow them to roam freely?

Another wall that serves to protect pedophiles, and pedophile rings is that people just don't want to believe it's true. That's great, but it certainly doesn't mean it's not true. Burying your head in the sand may make people feel better, but what about those experiencing the abuse, and in some cases, torture?

Reading through many of the comments posted in response to the Penn State scandal, it appears that people want to make this an, us-versus-them issue when, in reality, pedophilia is everywhere: from the quaint and picturesque farms of the Amish, , to the behind-the-scenes of a glitzy and glamorous Hollywood. However, perhaps, the greatest evil is when pedophilia is used by people in positions of power and authority to either keep that power, or increase it. Pedophilia is an industry in and of itself, used by some our most revered institutions, because, pedophilia is, above all else, all about power

One state trooper was assigned to the Sandusky case back in 2009. Does that sound like a government interested in protecting its children?

The Patriot-News of Harrisburg reported Monday that only one trooper was assigned to the case after the state took it over in 2009. After Corbett became governor early this year and his former investigations supervisor in the attorney general's office, Frank Noonan, became state police commissioner, seven more investigators were put on it, the newspaper said.
There are quite a few things that point to the Sandusky case as part of a much larger and much more insidious enterprise. It's no secret that our government has been privatizing - using private companies for government work - everything from the military to child welfare, and one company in particular stands out: Dyncorp

According to DynCorp, the US Government is its biggest client, accounting for more than 95% of its revenues.  Dyncorp's clients include the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Department of Defense, Department of State, Department of Justice, Internal Revenue Service, Securities and Exchange Commission, FBI, CIA, and HUD and Child Protection Services. That's right. The very same company that kidnaps women and children for trafficking purposes.



It's reasonable to assert that the Sandusky case - just like the recent Hershey pedophilia case that also took almost two decades to "resolve" - is allowed to go linger in limbo for decades because these cases go all the way to the top and involve members of governments, religions, law enforcement and every other institution that we the people fail to hold accountable.

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