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Tuesday, May 07, 2019

The sickness in science fiction

The evil that Moira Greyland describes in The Last Closet is neither unique nor is it anathema in the science fiction world. From a recent comment at the Castalia House blog.
My brother is a lesser known science fiction author and I can confirm all of this is true. Pedophilia is a serious problem in the community and no one is doing anything to stop it!

Sadly, I had to cut off ties with my brother because not only does he condone relationships with young boys, but he has had several young lovers in his time on the Sc i-Fi Con circuit. His ex-wife will not even allow him to see his own daughter. His behavior – which once again – IS CELEBRATED in the sci fi community has destroyed countless lives and families. Including mine.
The fact that we're not paying attention to this does not mean that it is not happening anymore. To the contrary, the evil is now spreading slowly to a mainstream that is being gradually permeated with it.

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Blogger Unknown May 07, 2019 5:03 AM  

Could be this guy.

Look at that picture! He's a middling sci-fi author, lives in Madison, and he admits to trolling what he thinks of as the alt-right for fun. Don't take this as an endorsement, because it might not be him!

Blogger ZhukovG May 07, 2019 5:37 AM  

With all due respect, I trust this information has been forwarded to law enforcement authorities.

Blogger PJW Gent May 07, 2019 6:33 AM  

Makes you want to do something totally barbarian (lopping off heads and putting them on pikes for everyone to see) doesn't it?

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 07, 2019 7:14 AM  

No surprise there. I knew a sci-fi/fantasy writer who seems like a regular fellow and has not ever said or done anything perverted that I'm aware of, but in his orbit through his occupation you will find the biggest collection of freaks, perverts, and weirdos, all leftists is having enough awareness to be political, that you would ever imagine. He might as well have a blue checkmark next to his name.

What's bothersome about this is that there's a strain of the "woke" leftism who give me the impression that they are there solely for the purpose of "here's a writer with promise. Quick! Influence him!". Poor fellow thinks he's popular. I'm waiting for the day he says one wrong thing and his life burns down to the ground in a matter of hours. Then I'll be there, saying "told you so".

I'm brought to the question: is this a feature of that "community" or is this deliberate?

Blogger Sherlock May 07, 2019 7:19 AM  

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Blogger ErotemeObelus May 07, 2019 7:23 AM  

Ooooooooh!

Blogger Randomatos May 07, 2019 7:24 AM  

Just a reminder to the moderates who dump their kids in public schools - sexual access to children for the purpose of corrupting and destroying them is the end goal of the creeps and freaks writing both creepy lame books and common-core. The slippery-slope is real, and parents are responsible for protecting their kids from both the foaming mouth lunatics at the bottom, and the smug pinch-mouthed common-core harpies eagerly and bitterly pushing children down the slope.

Blogger Stilicho May 07, 2019 7:42 AM  

The only question is how to use a stake in this situation: a la Torquemada! Or Vlad Tepes style?

Blogger Cataline Sergius May 07, 2019 7:47 AM  

I recall the growing horror with which I read the first book of Pier's Anthony's Bio of Space Tyrant series.

Every woman in that book was raped.

Every. Single. One.

His mother, his sister, girlfriend and all of the other women in their colony ship.

Repeatedly, this was not a one off.

To top it off, his girlfriend had been the prepubescent child mistress of a rich old man.

And she had viewed it as VERY positive thing in her life.

I couldn't finish it. I thought about taking it to the used bookstore but decided I'd be too embarrassed to be seen with it. So instead I tore it up and tossed it in the fireplace.

As I watched the flames consume another science fiction writer's craft, I kept thinking over and over...

... This guy writes the Xanth books.

... This guy writes for kids.

Blogger tickletik May 07, 2019 7:50 AM  

If it's this bad, then maybe we all need to boycott anything written by an SFWA author.

Guilt by association is not something we allow in the courts, but we are ethically allowed to use that principle to be wary of potential harm. And we can certainly use it to light a fire under people's rear ends. I don't know about the rest of you, but the last thing I need in my life is to be morally contaminated by the writings of a child molester.

Even if it's "only" one out of ten, the other nine aren't protesting and that's pretty bad right there.

Blogger VD May 07, 2019 8:04 AM  

With all due respect, I trust this information has been forwarded to law enforcement authorities..

Of course not. It's not actionable. Spare us the virtue-signaling.

"Hey, police, this person I don't know said somebody did something once on the Internet."

"Yeah, we'll get RIGHT on that!"

Blogger pyrrhus May 07, 2019 8:08 AM  

Sci-Fi inherently lacks boundaries, which is a good thing from the creative perspective...But that philosophy seems to leak over into attitudes about sex and society...e.g. Heinlein was a naval officer and didn't start his career condoning sexual deviancy, but he certainly ended it that way....

Blogger VFM #7634 May 07, 2019 8:08 AM  

@Stilicho

It's possible the honorable Vlad of Wallachia was inspired to do what he did by the Muslim tendency toward bacha bazi.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 07, 2019 8:10 AM  

"The only question is how to use a stake in this situation: a la Torquemada! Or Vlad Tepes style?"

Both. Mega Shish-kebab.

Blogger Z MAlfoy May 07, 2019 8:16 AM  

I grew up going to SF/F conventions in the Mid-Atlantic US, since my dad was an author and going to these was considered good for business. My parents had trained me well enough that I avoided any of this sort of thing. In time, I started selling art in the art shows, and helping to run one of the anime rooms. But as I got older, I came to realize I wasn't enjoying any of the experience (with the exception of some of the anime), primarily because I didn't actually like or want to associate with any of the attendees. So I stopped going.

I wasn't sure at the time why I didn't like any of them, only that they were: lame, boring, and too weird for even me, who had grown up loving The Twilight Zone and the X-Files. It was only later that I learned about any of *this*, and all the pieces fell into place.

Blogger Damelon Brinn May 07, 2019 8:17 AM  

They fully intend to add a P to the LGBTQ+ rainbow, and wave that flag as proudly as the rest.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 07, 2019 8:31 AM  

Stilicho wrote:The only question is how to use a stake in this situation: a la Torquemada! Or Vlad Tepes style?

They aren't really mutually exclusive, are they? You can build a fire around the stake, however you have fastened the pedo on it.

Blogger Red Pill Angel May 07, 2019 8:33 AM  

Cateline Sergius said: I recall the growing horror with which I read the first book of Pier's Anthony's Bio of Space Tyrant series.
Not to mention Philip Jose Farmer and Andy Offutt!

There are some people in this world who are moral imbeciles, and SF fandom is absolutely reeking with them.

Blogger dh May 07, 2019 8:34 AM  

At least a few times a year I look hard at my political ideology, and one of the hardest things staring back at me is that in the same tent where I live, over in the corner, are the pedo's whispering in everyone's ear. It's pretty gross.

Blogger dvdivx May 07, 2019 8:48 AM  

I'm sure Hollywood is far worse.

Blogger dc.sunsets May 07, 2019 9:10 AM  

Heinlein's Time Enough for Love was once my favorite book. Lots and lots of red-pill-precursor "common sense" (the "Notebook of Lazarus Long") and such...

As time passed I finally noticed lots of other stuff, really perverted stuff woven into the larger Lazarus Long universe, breaking one sexual taboo after another. The man offered rationalizations for endless perversion, made it sound oh-so-harmless-and-fun

I now believe that Heinlein was one sick SOB, who like so many of his colleagues used the medium of SF's "conjecture-stretching" to subtly promote his own inner Walter H. Breen.

"Speculative" fiction is a fantastic medium for exploring what-if scenarios in a just-short-of-fantasy way. It's also the perfect way to promote any pathology-of-the-soul to a broader audience, to drift-net fish in the audience for those who are weak or predisposed to manipulation.

I'd wager all of the "cons" (comic, SF, etc.) are predators' hunting grounds. You'll never see the worst predators because they're the most adept at blending in and grooming future meat.

Teach your children to notice the early smoke-signals of manipulation. Review them yourself, too, because we're never too old to be played the fool by the expert manipulators among us. None of us is immune.

Blogger Brett baker May 07, 2019 9:13 AM  

Was the opening verse of the old song "I'd Love To Change The World" inspired by going to cons?

Blogger MendoScot May 07, 2019 9:32 AM  

Stilicho wrote:The only question is how to use a stake in this situation: a la Torquemada! Or Vlad Tepes style?

I think this is a Public Health issue - you don't want festering corpses everywhere. So, first Vlad them, then toast the cadavers.

And don't forget to bring some spuds for the embers.

Blogger LAZ May 07, 2019 9:35 AM  

@Cataline Sergius: Don't forget the cross dressing and that almost all those victims were murdered too. At the time I read the series the rape and murder just added to the horror, but as I grew older I came to see it for the deviant smut it is.

Blogger OneWingedShark May 07, 2019 9:43 AM  

Damelon Brinn wrote:They fully intend to add a P to the LGBTQ+ rainbow, and wave that flag as proudly as the rest.
There's some pushback.
The pendulum is already swinging away from "tolerance" and I think this back-swing is going to come so hard and so fast it'll be surprising.

Blogger ash May 07, 2019 9:43 AM  

Probably George RR Martin's brother. What a perv.

Blogger jaericho May 07, 2019 9:45 AM  

Lord Jesus, come quickly.

Blogger Brick Hardslab May 07, 2019 9:59 AM  

The best SciFi writer alive maybe I should say, 'best writer in the spec fiction field' is a normal dude. Lives a life of quiet upper middle class style. Normal book guy interests, (military history, medieval things, kids, wife, big family dog).

Not a hint of anything improper. He has one, 'action girl' in his books and she calls in the male cavalry when necessary. I think the field had been historically salted with fringe personalities but it doesn't have to be. And that's my point, if the best there is, is a normal guy then you don't need the kiddie fiddlers. As for Piers Anthony, his own cover artist was out off by the titles and content. He made good money off the steady work and it have him the creeps.

Blogger Jack Amok May 07, 2019 10:05 AM  

Pedophilia is a serious problem in the community and no one is doing anything to stop it!

In the Western world, abusing a defenseless child is seen as immensely evil. In the rest of the world, it's "not my problem" if it's someone else's child. Same for many other area that might be lumped under "chivalry".

The phrase being "of the world" is taking on a new twist for me - America is now "of the [rest of] the world" and so the evils walk free among us.

Blogger pdwalker May 07, 2019 10:05 AM  

@PJW Gent, barbarian? I think you mean “civilized”, don’t you ?

Blogger Stilicho May 07, 2019 10:06 AM  

Stake and bake it is.

Blogger Max Boivin May 07, 2019 10:08 AM  

It's not only limited to the writer of SF. There was a story of a Canadian strike force against paedophiles (or something like that) and they were shock to find out that in almost every case, the paedos were also big fan of star trek.

What is it with science fiction that attracts those who are attracted to young boys?

Blogger Ray - SoCal May 07, 2019 10:11 AM  

My guess is the guy from Wi also. I’m amazed a Sci Fi author would put anything political in their amazon bio, as a reader I would instantly click away. I’m read Sci Fi for enjoyment, not to be lectured. He seemed to have some involvement with the banning of Jon Del Arroz from Worldcon San Jose. I hope Jon’s lawsuit is going well. He was fundraising to raise money for it.

The headache of reporting comments accusing a person of illegal activities like this. Not to mention even having the comment posted in a website. Sounds defamatory, and could cause damages to that persons reputation, and loss of income. Since the person has sparked a lot of public trolling online, it probably makes the comment safe. I noticed some stuff in him on reddit was deleted. The comments could be false accusations by a sock puppet account (does the person even have a sister?).

Blogger buzzardist May 07, 2019 10:18 AM  

It's almost to the point that I want to check out entirely from sci fi and fantasy. Even in Tolkien's own household...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6967797/JRR-Tolkiens-Catholic-priest-son-abused-young-boys-assaulted-family-home.html

Blogger Damn the torpedos May 07, 2019 11:02 AM  

Thanks for teaching me Vox that predators always go where the pray is.

We have many small adorable children in our church and I’ll be keeping an eye out.

Blogger Yordan Yordanov May 07, 2019 11:31 AM  

@3 Since when is enforcing justice barbaric?

Blogger Daniel May 07, 2019 11:49 AM  

Anime types always end up being the more sane types. Go figure

Blogger PJW Gent May 07, 2019 12:55 PM  

I have often thought this needs a scenario similar to the movie Frailty - God's justice in light of man's failure.

Blogger Nostromo May 07, 2019 2:05 PM  

I read vociferously, and it used to be Sci-fi. My habits have changed over the last 2 decades though. The writing has become atrocious, the SJWarring, it drove me away. Now its history books, and a few select writers, the Dark Lord being one. Haven't missed it.

Blogger Avalanche May 07, 2019 2:37 PM  

@24 " think this is a Public Health issue - you don't want festering corpses everywhere. So, first Vlad them, then toast the cadavers.
And don't forget to bring some spuds for the embers."

I kinda like Owen's 'clean-up' method: not JUST pigs, but the pigs down the street. I'm fastidious, so I'd suggest only breeder-pigs be used for 'clean-up on aisle Tepes' -- I shudder to think what contagion might enter the food chain via well-fed pigs? Do hogs get kuru? And, no, I'm NOT going to roasting any food for people I LIKE over THAT fire!!

Blogger Roman Daoist May 07, 2019 2:49 PM  

12. Sci-Fi inherently lacks boundaries...

Novelty by its nature doesn't have set behaviours around it.
Would anyone think their supermarket asking for credit for them to be able to then take what they like up to their limit - is a good idea? (And of course if the credit wasn't utilised then would 'disappear'.) Sounds insane but we accepted the model for our (then) new mobile phone services like it was the most natural thing in the world......

Novelty is therefor bad, not always but generally.

Lao Tzu:
Therefore the sage, in the exercise of his government, empties their minds, fills their bellies, weakens their wills, and strengthens their bones.

He keeps them without knowledge and without desire, and where there are those who have knowledge, keeps them from presuming to act. When there is this abstinence from action, good order is universal.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella May 07, 2019 3:09 PM  

Vlad Tepes' brother was preyed on by a Muslim, I've read once.

The Nazi book-burning photos are of one bonfire, of one institute's output: the writings were pro-pedophilia, pro- gay, pro-trans. Jewish, of course. I would guess that the more gleeful young men were, possibly, victims of predators. This was their liberation from their soul's enslavement.

I've read in gay history and women's history. I can't tell if they favor places where there's lots of written records- the grad student weakness- or if they focus on places with lots of wild women and gay men. If it's the second choice: those are the places that burned bucket-loads of witches, and the monasteries that got burned down and turned hard Protestant. I am thinking it's the second, because it's not a perfect overlap.

Having said that: the places that reputedly burned witches or at least made their lives difficult, focusing on older, poorer, more foresty, single, etc (crazy-cat ladies) those places were safer for small children, afterwards. I'm being vague about this- I'm overlapping burnings and then infant layettes and toys. I'm not professional, and I'm not reading professional books, and I'm not asking the questions the books are answering specifically, so I'm having to overlap, infer and guess.

The monasteries, churches, orphanages, and convents and hermit caves that were most 'homosocial'- not just full of men, but accepting of men's interests in young men- those got burned down, salted over, forgotten, bricked up. I have questions about the Christian places concreted over by the communists- the locals kept the faith, so I'm thinking it's just communists, not veangeance.

The Greeks finally rebelled against the Turks. The provocation was an Ottoman attempting to take a handsome young son of a nobleman. ( I want to say blonde, too).

The parts of America that tolerated all the utopian cults- Oneida and so on- have lower birthrates than the other regions of America.

Places with higher social workers and higher gay counts, both have lower birth rates, but, again, not a perfect overlap. Innovating toys doesn't seem to happen in either region, either.

I have questions about the stats for gays in America. It's 1-3%. It's 10% of the Jews in America. The rest are, usually, blacks or Hispanic women living in poverty. It's basically not white men at any significant fraction, but the victims all seem to be lovely like Milo. Would it be some huge percent of gay men are all short, swarthy men of not-founding-stock?

If so, all I can say is, CEMEX has patents on blood in concrete. And it's not like we haven't had a fifty year tutorial on how to win a genocide.

Blogger Tars Tarkas May 07, 2019 3:21 PM  

Red Pill Angel wrote:Not to mention Philip Jose Farmer and Andy Offutt!

I recently read the entire World of Tiers series by Farmer. While I don't recall there being anything really bad from the series, I did suspect there was a bit too much in the sex dept. Is there a lot of poz in his other books? If so, which ones? I am pretty sure I have some other books by him that I haven't yet read.

Blogger Servant May 07, 2019 3:28 PM  

So mueller can give em a sweetheart deal?

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella May 07, 2019 3:35 PM  

Why on earth did Mr Tolkien not notice this? How on earth did he not notice this?

Blogger Red Pill Angel May 07, 2019 4:27 PM  

Tars Tarkus: I had to call my husband to refresh my memory -- he said he thought it was Philip Jose Farmer's "Image of the Beast." It's been many years, so I don't remember the plot, but it was full of images of mutilation and so horrified me I threw the book against the wall. I read his Riverworld series and enjoyed them, though.

Blogger ZhukovG May 07, 2019 4:34 PM  

@Ariadne Umbrella: That article is a little short on details. Also the accounts of a pedophile about their own life should be taken with a touch of salt. Particularly if they are trying to garner sympathy or minimize their own wrongdoing.

Also, I thought I read somewhere that Vlad was also a 'guest' of the Ottoman Court in his youth. I could be mistaken.

Blogger SirHamster May 07, 2019 5:40 PM  

Ariadne Umbrella wrote:Why on earth did Mr Tolkien not notice this? How on earth did he not notice this?

An unpleasant possibility is that he was in on it or tolerated it. All men, great or small, are subject to temptation. King David committed a vile murder to cover up his adultery.

Looking at a Tolkien contemporary, CS Lewis became involved with a divorced woman, which is adulterous.

Blogger Ford Prefect May 07, 2019 5:55 PM  

@9: Although I've seen his books in stores, I've never read any. Now I don't think I will. Thanks for the info.

Blogger Ford Prefect May 07, 2019 5:59 PM  

@16: so my investment plan becomes liquor, guns, bacon, tobacco, quinoa, and petroleum?

Blogger Ford Prefect May 07, 2019 6:06 PM  

@36, Yordan, wrote "since when is enforcing justice barbaric?"

That would be ever since "enlightened communities" stopped enforcing justice. Hail barbarity.

Blogger Hammerli 280 May 07, 2019 7:38 PM  

@43: Farmer seems to have had a bit of an incest obsession.

@45: I'm not sure if Tolkien was involved in the fan/con culture.

I think this all is part of an overall trend to tolerate sexual perversions. The small-l libertarian argument sounded good...until we found out that the sexual deviants wanted domination, not toleration. And were not willing to confine their activities to their own sort, but impose them on others.

I'm not sure if we can recriminalize homosexuality, but we can certainly classify the public profession of it as a breach of the peace.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 07, 2019 7:50 PM  

Red Pill Angel wrote:Tars Tarkus: I had to call my husband to refresh my memory -- he said he thought it was Philip Jose Farmer's "Image of the Beast."

Yes, Image of the Beast was porn. I don't recall anything overtly pedo in it, but I read it many years ago, and once was enough. World of Tiers was fun.

Blogger Tars Tarkas May 07, 2019 9:10 PM  

Red Pill Angel wrote:he said he thought it was Philip Jose Farmer's "Image of the Beast." It's been many years, so I don't remember the plot, but it was full of images of mutilation and so horrified me I threw the book against the wall.

If you enjoyed Riverworld you might enjoy the World of Tiers. When I say there is a lot of sex, it's not sex scenes. It's just the protagonist bragging about all the women he sleeps with. Kind of light weight poz. They were written in the 60s and 70s and I think there was only so much poz allowed.
It turns out I do have that book. I'll be sure not to read it.

Blogger Tars Tarkas May 07, 2019 9:21 PM  

Hammerli 280 wrote:@43: Farmer seems to have had a bit of an incest obsession.

You jogged my memory. That was it, especially in the last Tiers book. There might have been other references to incest that I forget. The lords are a bunch of sex fiends with incest. I wonder if there is meta narrative there with priests and all. These people bellyache about it, but will never mention it was (is) them who are constantly pushing for homosexual men to have access to children through the church and Scouts.

Next thing you know, it will be bigotry for a day care to not hire pedophiles or trannies. They already say it about gay men.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella May 07, 2019 9:28 PM  

There is a young man, a PhD in history, who specializes in gays in Christian history: "Same Sex Unions in Pre-Modern Europe." He argues that the church blessed gay marriage, early on. If he's right- I have no idea- this sexual free-for-all was ended, and gays were killed and/or put back in the closet, city by city, nation by nation, depending on the ruler.

This approximates, more or less, the free- for-all of women's history- notable women happen in these same places- but also, squalor, poverty, child-snatching, children's deaths, and plagues. San Francisco, more or less.

And, somehow, overlapped with Jewish and pagan slave raiders ranging freely about, stealing regular people's children.

Castles, sheriffs, regulations of morals, moral education, monasteries relying on machines rather than slaves, all worked to solve the problems of licentious appetites of the evil ones given reign over regular people. When and where each society came to an equilibrium of peace and safety, they began to erect a cathedral nearly immediately. They also carved their stories into the cathedrals. It's not publicized much, but you can see pagan barons killing Christian kings, ranks of slaves being freed, that sort of thing, in the carvings.

The various religious enthusiasms taking over cities in the middle ages is always presented as a bizarre mania, probably connected to drugs, and completely out of the stream of history. Except: regular people got swept up and did things like burn paintings, sketchings, books: what books? what paintings? what sketchings? Michelangelo felt pretty okay sending up some art during Savonarola's early preaching. What if the books were Talmuds: we know it happened at least once. What if the sketches were porn? People buy Klimt prints, but you'd have to find a book of his sketches to see his sketches of models masturbating. What if that's what people got rid of, each change of morals? We are used to good books being memory-holed by degenerate leftists. What if people were trying to clean up their act, or their village, or their soul, or their city? The people who snicker about the religious revivals aren't people of the Christian faith, in the first place. They already snicker about American, Christian religious life for being too extreme and fundamentalist- what if that's the criterion they applied to European history? Austerity followed the Regency, right?

I think gays stay okay and out of the closet as long as antibiotics are mostly reliable. That they mostly kept AIDS amongst themselves, while dramatically throwing drama, is why they are still alive in public. Pretty much the minute after a disease jumps from gay men to a children's hospital without remedy? They go, and it will be leftists doing the cleansing: it'll be a public health measure. Leftists put Japanese in camps, and leprosy victims on islands or in institutions.

The big push already is for minority ethnic nurses and nurse assistants to have latitude in government care. We've got the psychological measures of empathy and compassion: they don't have it. Would you want to be a gay man at the mercy of a black Nurse Ratched? or a black Nurse Ratched backed up a black administrator?

Blogger John Rockwell May 07, 2019 9:54 PM  

@32
Star trek is post-scarcity. Which is a r-selected utopia. Infinite resources are infinite grass for promiscuous rabbits.


@52

The western world has certainly spent lots of resources treating that which afflicts sodomites in order to make their sodomy "safe".

Like how they want "safe" abortions.




Blogger Jack Amok May 07, 2019 10:09 PM  

Yes, Image of the Beast was porn. I don't recall anything overtly pedo in it...

I don't either, but the protagonist's name was Childe, and up until a couple years ago, I thought the only thing wrong with pizza was it had too many carbs, so who knows what we might have missed. But I think anything that hints at an obsession with children - like naming your protagonist "Childe" or putting "Children" in the title of your book - probably warrants suspicion.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 07, 2019 10:14 PM  

Ford Prefect wrote:@16: so my investment plan becomes liquor, guns, bacon, tobacco, quinoa, and petroleum?

More ammunition, fewer guns. Otherwise, a good plan. Consider adding heavy equipment to the mix.

Blogger Sargent.matrim May 07, 2019 10:51 PM  

Time to start storing up the milestones and preparing them for use.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 07, 2019 10:54 PM  

"I'm not sure if we can recriminalize homosexuality, but we can certainly classify the public profession of it as a breach of the peace."

Oh. It's simple. It's still a mental illness, just not a DSMIII recognized one.

What do you do with an animal with a mental disease that causes it to hurt/kill people? Yes, we're talking about rabies.

Again, it's very simple. If the recognized law enforcement doesn't solve this sort of problem, its validation for existing does not exist. Where there is no rule of law, you'd better rule the area yourself. The alternative is to become prey for someone else who does.

Blogger bar1scorpio May 08, 2019 12:50 AM  

Based & Redpilled Nihon.
Compare a recent release, Okko's Inn, to the Hollywood trash release Ugly Dolls.

Blogger Sargent.matrim May 08, 2019 7:03 AM  

Sorry my comment was meant to say "millstones". A reference to Jesus' comment about those who harm children in Matt. 18.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 08, 2019 8:21 AM  

Azure Amaranthine wrote:Again, it's very simple. If the recognized law enforcement doesn't solve this sort of problem, its validation for existing does not exist. Where there is no rule of law, you'd better rule the area yourself.

Police protect criminals from their victims, as long as the victims tolerate police and criminals. The homos better hope that their evil is re-criminalized, because in the long term, the alternative is stake and bake.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 08, 2019 8:29 AM  

Jack Amok wrote:But I think anything that hints at an obsession with children - like naming your protagonist "Childe" or putting "Children" in the title of your book - probably warrants suspicion.

I was thinking Childe Roland when I read it, but who knows what Farmer was thinking.

Blogger dc.sunsets May 08, 2019 10:07 AM  

Farmer's "JC on the Dude Ranch" is perhaps one of the most anti-Christian, pornographic short stories around.

When authors of speculative fiction lack imagination about tech, philosophy, etc., they all settle for positing changes to sexual norms.

It's basically the One Trick Pony of fiction, and as a foul mouth implies a lack of vocabulary, an author's obsession with exploring sexual perversion (AKA alternatives to chastity before lifelong, monogamous marriage and raising children in a two biological parent home) indicates a startling lack of imagination.

But then again, we live at a time when replacing leather chaps with plastic "armor" and Colt Peacemakers with ray guns is deemed "imaginative."

As an aside, the "Heroes In Hell" anthologies from a couple decades ago made my cut for "decently imaginative" when instead of obsessing about sex, it posited that those imprisoned in hell had, among other afflictions, universal constipation.

You know we live in utterly debased times when a story from the "Golden Age" of porn offered an increasingly rare Capital T Truth (astonishingly Christian parable) about how damnation follows from indulgence in hedonistic sex. [The Devil In Miss Jones.]

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella May 08, 2019 1:56 PM  

#48 It's been my experience that wicked people minimize all the sorrow.

I am just trying to figure out a scenario where a man has houseguests, and then the houseguests turn up in his children's beds, and there aren't questions. I can't figure one out, outside of pornographic jokes about traveling salesmen and farmer's daughters. Were there not other beds, he figured? He trusted his co-workers to not misbehave? It was a more innocent time?

I mean, I'm still puzzled by families that let their children remain overnight in parish houses with priests. But, again, I am not from that innocent culture.

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