HELL ON EARTH: Turkey’s Constitutional Court Decriminalizes Pedophilia and Pederasty

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

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News reports out of Turkey and Europe indicate that Turkey’s Constitutional Court has annulled the child sex abuse clause.

There’s a difference between legalization and decriminalization. However, when it comes to the sexual abuse of a child it is immoral to argue that there is a difference, when such a heinous crime goes unpunished.

Such news out of Turkey does not come as a surprise, since paedophilia and pederasty is rampant in many Muslim countries, such as in the case of Afghanistan, where pederasty is institutionalized. Please read my commentary on pederasty in Afghanistan HERE.

Excerpt from Hurriyet Daily News (a leading news source for Turkey and the region):

The Constitutional Court has ruled to annul a provision that punishes all sexual acts against children under the age of 15 as “sexual abuse,” stirring outrage from academics and women’s rights activists who warn that the decision will lead to cases of child abuse going unpunished.”

The Turkey Federation of Women’s Association (TKDF) may appeal to the European Court of Human Rights.

Oh sure.

This is the same court that considers homosexuality as a “human right.” I have news for the TKDF: pederasty is the homosexual practice of engaging in sex with prepubescent boys.

There’s an evil war against children all over the world. Those who are not aborted are relentlessly subjected, across the globe, to the sexualization of their innocent minds at an early age– through the internet, social media, television, billboards, magazines, as well as through public and even private education. Others are preyed upon by monster predators who engage in paedophilia and pederasty.

We’re living in a very dark and evil world. It is the duty of every parent to be aware and to denounce the aforementioned evil environment– anywhere it rears its evil head. Please read important reference articles below.

Someone has to say the truth…

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THE TURKISH BRAINTEASER: Turkey finally enters fight against ISIS… but with a proviso against the PKK

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Turkey’s dislike of Assad’s regime in Syria does not sit well with Moscow– and Turkey’s support of Syria’s opposition forces has not gone unnoticed in the Kremlin. If the Turks intervene in Syria, the PKK will most likely take up arms against Turkey once again.

There’s Anxiety in Ankara by Marielena Montesino de Stuart

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Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

I published the above commentary, There is Anxiety in Ankara, on May 17, 2014 after Russia’s annexation of Crimea– anticipating the events that would take place in the region, particularly involving Turkey, ISIS and the Kurdish PKK.

Allow me to explain.

The government of Turkey, which for a long time had turned secular, has renewed its embrace of Islam in honor of its Ottoman days of “glory.” This retro style is not very pleasing to the majority of Turks– who have grown used to a more modern European identity, considering their modern geopolitical status at the crossroads of two continents.

But with Turkey’s reset of the Islamic button and ISIS plowing through the cradle of civilization killing everyone and destroying everything in sight– and asking others to kill the infidels wherever they are– it is as if the Moslems are standing once again at the Gates of Vienna.

Interestingly, within a matter of a few short days, Turkey, a passive member of NATO, has finally moved into action against ISIS, allowing coalition attacks to be launched from its bases– but with a proviso: their military strikes, as far as the Turks are concerned, must include aerial bombings of PKK Kurdish separatist locations in northern Iraq.

It also appears that Turkey has negotiated a no-fly zone in northern Syria, with details to be worked out, in order to deal with the Assad regime (which the Turks fear)– and which the United States has not considered a priority– compared with the ISIS threat.

This “no-fly zone” is technically not one– since coalition forces would be allowed to fly through it– but on the basis of military tactics it would be considered a no-fly zone.

The situation with Turkey is getting complicated– since the Turks are going after the PKK Kurds– who have been willing to take up arms on the ground against ISIS in the region. As such, the Kurds accuse the Turkish government of aiding jihadists– and consider Turks to be collaborationists with ISIS. This has brought on new violence between Turkish and Kurdish forces– and has ended several years of cease fire between them.

The word on the street is that the Turkish government is more interested in going after Assad and the Kurds– than in fighting ISIS.

Sadly, this will further threaten the entire Balkans-Caucasus region– as Russia may threaten Turkey, given that Moscow does not want Turkey to go against the Assad regime.

And the Turks… well, they have been terrified of the Russians– since Catherine the Great crushed their Crimean Khanate.

To understand this Turkish brainteaser please read There is Anxiety in Ankara.

It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.

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