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Taxpayer-Funded Child Porn?

One of the evils of pornography is the way in which it destroys innocence.  Authenticity in relationships gets corrupted when porn is present because porn is by nature cynical. That is to say, the more porn you watch, the more distrustful you become regarding human sincerity and integrity.

There’s good reason for that, of course:  porn is based entirely on self interest.  Everything about porn is focused on my individual pleasure with disregard for others.  People are merely tools, or means to the end.

Another evil related to pornography is the fact that it has a lot in common with a Colorado wildfire: it refuses most attempts at containment.  We may say it’s only for adults, but it always ends up in the hands of minors.  And, worse yet, children become victimized in the despicable realm of child pornography.

The fact that child pornography rings exist is absolutely nauseating and disgusting. Sadly, it’s not surprising, because when a society gives itself  over to pornography and lets it shape the culture, it’s inevitable that someone will think that what is sexy involves little children. Porn warps people that way.

And pornography, as insatiable as a wildfire, must consume all that is innocent and wholesome and good. That’s what evil does when it is given any room to operate.

Back to cynicism, for a moment.  A recent report indicates terribly upsetting things are going in on federal government agencies regarding child pornography. Consider this piece by Forbes on child pornography in federal and state government.

If the details of this story are accurate, our taxes are paying for the production of child pornography, as well as the cover-up of the operation, which appears to be extremely large.

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