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MarquisDePaid5 karma

I am very curious as to why forums and many news outlets obsessively police against the "humanization" of "racists", but simultaneously push the narratives of sympathy for actual pedophiles and child predators

Like OP this isn't an attack on you personally but it's a theme I've seen

Media outlets like Vice take such a "moral stance against evil white nationalism"

I want to be clear: I’m not talking about the moral or ethical dimensions of prohibiting white nationalist speech. There is no moral equivalency between white nationalists and those who oppose them. The goal of white nationalism is to establish ethnically “pure” societies where rights will be denied to anyone—people of color, women, LGBT people, leftists and progressives—who doesn’t match the ideal “racial type.” White nationalist speech, then, is aimed at denying rights to large swathes of our plural societies.

Meanwhile the same site paints pedophiles in such a sympathetic manner

Social Media Sites Can’t Decide How to Handle ‘Non-Offending’ Pedophiles.

Pedophiles have used websites like Twitter to argue they’re not evil, forcing social media platforms to decide how they’re going to treat them.

Let me reword Vice if the labels were swapped:

I want to be clear: I’m not talking about the moral or ethical dimensions of prohibiting any sympathy or discussion of pedophilia. There is no moral equivalency between pedophiles and those who oppose them. The goal of pedophilia is to prey upon children who can't consent to sexual intercourse, and will be harmed for life by the act.

Back to OP

What happened to the girl? Did she overcome the trauma of being raped, does she now have a family, did she spiral into mental problems and ruin her life?

MarquisDePaid-2 karma

Sorry, I took a bit of a break there but I want to make sure I answer every question.


To your first point: I think people are more angry at white nationalists because they're proud to be white nationalists. Not because they are white nationalists. So if you juxtapose that with my situation... I'm not proud of what I did. And I've served time, rehabilitated, and came out (I think) a better person. Now I'm trying to move forward and not rustle the collective jimmy of society.

That's a bit of a strawman, I've heard endless arguments about people who believe in "peaceful co-existence" and simply want ethnic continuity and ethnocentric immigration policies, as well as freedom of association

But ok

Your second question:

As far as I am aware, she is leading a healthy lifestyle. I have a couple friends that know her through other friends and they've never spoken bad of her or said she was going through any trauma. However, I don't know anybody close enough to her to confirm/deny that, nor is it any of my business really. I hope she is well, that's really all I can do.

My personal belief is that such a crime needs to be taken very seriously and some sort of irreversible chemical castration administered to (actual predatory/ambush style) rapists due to the damage it causes to society at large

This case comes to mind

Ex-Con Who Explained Texas Prison Life to Reddit Gets Life Sentence on Rape Conviction

Last August, a couple of years removed from a two-year stint in the Texas prison system, John David Waguepack sat down for a thoroughly fascinating Reddit "Ask Me Anything," or AMA, in which he offered a highly detailed, unvarnished glimpse of life behind bars...

"I was headed down a very bad path and was becoming increasingly dangerous," he wrote on Reddit. "Luckily, no one was seriously hurt and I was able to reform, in a way. I do not think my experience is typical though, in that regard. 85% of people that go to prison in Texas will go back."