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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    He was deeply flawed, but at this stage it's impossible to seperate the fact from the fiction. Call me non-credible but I prefer to know the full facts before I judge someone.

    If he once erred and had sex with an underage girl who consented and was sexually mature,and even if you hate him for that, it's still very different to him being a rapist or paedophile, wouldn't you agree? We still don't know and only a court can judge that, not the media. Don't you agree?
    No I dont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    You can't be serious.
    Yeah, my reaction too to be honest.

    I think there's more people reading about cultural marxist bogeymen than there are cultural marxists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    Saville was a great entertainer loved by the British population, certain resentful groups have an interest in tearing down his reputation because they see him as a "sexist dinosaur" (and probably "racist" too), in order to further their cultural-marxist agenda. Read Gramsci if you don't believe me.
    You're the only person with an agenda here.
    Like 'em young do you?
    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    If he is proved guilty beyond reasonable doubt of rape, not just underage sex, then he deserves to have his kinghthood stripped posthumously, and it will be a travesty that he was not convicted while alive, because a rapist cannot be defended in any circumstances.

    Well it depends. I would say someone who had sex with a consenting, sexually developed 14 y/o is less bad than someone who abused a pre-pubescent child or someone who downloads child porn. Who are we to say a sexually developed girl or boy who is not 16, cannot have sex?

    In Britain, I'm fine, but in another country, I'd be a sex offender?
    Right. 'Nuff said.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    ^^^Typical malicious editing...very immature but I'd expect nothing less from an ideologue (though I am surprised you thought you could get away with it). Here was the actual quote, boded the part you left out:

    Well it depends. I would say someone who had sex with a consenting, sexually developed 14 y/o is less bad than someone who abused a pre-pubescent child or someone who downloads child porn. Who are we to say a sexually developed girl or boy who is not 16, cannot have sex?

    Like I said, in Britain, the age of consent is 16. In other countries it is 18. When I was 19, my GF was 17. In Britain, I'm fine, but in another country, I'd be a sex offender? And you believe morality depends on jurisdiction?
    So in your opinion it should be illegal for a 19 y/o to date a 17 y/o?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    You can't be serious.
    Put it like this...if you think like that...then if I ever want some easy compensation money, I hope you're a judge...if you get me

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    In my opinion, no 14 y/o is "sexually developed" or emotionally/intellectually equipped to give consent. Fortunately, the Law tends to agree.
    So good luck with that agenda.
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    ^^^That is fair enough, however it still doesn't explain your malicious editing...

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    You say it's "malicious" not to quote posts in their entirety but to single out the relevant text meriting a response. I say it's considerate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    13 y/o girls everywhere probably couldn't tell the difference...
    Exactly.
    Samantha did.
    Differentiation is the antithesis of group-think.

    The Polanski case was not about Polanski.
    It was about Samantha.

    She said: Leave Polanski alone.
    Read: Leave me alone.

    Group-think.

    - antisemitism
    - hysteria
    - xenophobia
    - assumed piety
    - pharisaism
    - deceit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    You say it's "malicious" not to quote posts in their entirety but to single out the relevant text meriting a response. I say it's considerate.
    Especially when the "response" is to change the meaning of the post and then say "nuff said" very mature...

    In any case, I like millions of others, have no agenda, we simply dream of the return of the Great Entertainers to British television, and to bury the nefarious legacy of "alternative comedy". I want to see Jim Davidson, Benny Hill and Bob Monkhouse re-runs on prime time, until a new generation ridded of the disease of neo-Gramscianism, is capable of taking their places and making the BBC great once again.

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