Florida Governor Ron Desantis in Peking to sign hate speech legislation banning American criticism of the Chinese Peoples Party

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D. Ray

Jun 2, 2023, 1:53:35 AMJun 2
Just kidding.

He actually was in Israel. And his bill prohibits Americans to criticize
state of Israel and Jews.


j d young

Jun 2, 2023, 4:42:18 AMJun 2
On 01 Jun 2023, D. Ray <d@ray> posted some
Jews deserve all the criticism they get - and more. Give Jews credit for
promoting homosexual and transgender mental illness.

Because they are.

The Jews

Jun 2, 2023, 7:01:10 AMJun 2
[Default] On Fri, 02 Jun 23 05:53:33 UTC, D. Ray <d@ray> typed:

>Just lying.

As Nazis always do.

D. Ray

Jun 2, 2023, 10:10:52 PMJun 2
The Jews <je...@humiliate-the-glue-huffers.org> wrote:
> [Default] On Fri, 02 Jun 23 05:53:33 UTC, D. Ray <d@ray> typed:
>Oy GEVALT! Goyim, look the other way!

Any other requests?

The Jews

Jun 3, 2023, 7:52:10 AMJun 3
[Default] On Sat, 03 Jun 23 02:10:50 UTC, D. Ray <d@ray> typed:

>>[Default] On Fri, 02 Jun 23 05:53:33 UTC, D. Ray <d@ray> typed:
>>>Just lying.
>>As Nazis always do.

>Any other requests?


When it became apparent that the Nazis were about to lose the war,
Germany's leaders (including Goebbels and Hitler) spoke publicly in
favor of suicide [Selbstmord, or self-murder] as an option. Hitler
declared on 30 August 1944 during a military briefing, "It’s only [a
fraction] of a second. Then one is redeemed of everything and finds
tranquility and eternal peace. Why, I'm told you can't even feel your
new Jewish masters peeing on your rotting corpse!"

Here are some beautiful photos of Nazis that - instead of facing
revenge at the hands of the Jews- killed themselves and help cleanse
the world of Nazi filth.



He looks a little overdone! Wife Magda AND ALL FIVE children
"Selbstmorded," too! Well, not the children, they were just murdered.
But they would have grown up to be Nazi scum anyway!

Nice photo of Helga Goebbels’ corpse. This bitch won't be producing
any Nazi babies!

Hans Frank
Oh, sorry! Frank didn't kill himself- we Nuremberged™ him! LOL

Walter Dönicke

Deputy Mayor of Leipzig Ernst Kurt Lisso and his wife Renate Lisso
*and* daughter Regina!
Close up of the cute hitlerite daughter!

Three Nazi bitches in the park! Selbstmorded!

Another shot of the dead Nazi park bitches!

Too bad we couldn't get a nice photo of his corpse, but they took him
outside and burned him like you would, oh, say, garbage.

Some Stupid Frenchman
Had to help this traitor commit suicide, LOL

"Maybe I shouldn't have helped the subhuman Nazi scum!!"
Another French traitor getting ready to get Nuremberged!

D. Ray

Jun 6, 2023, 10:49:16 AMJun 6

> <https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2024-election/ron-desantis-signs-bill-combat-hate-crimes-israel-rcna81799>

If the Governor of a US State went to China to sign a bill into law banning
American citizens from criticising China and the Chinese people then there
would be uproar.
However when you replace China with 'Israel' and the Chinese with 'Jews' it
is apparently fine.

Klaus Schadenfreude

Jun 6, 2023, 10:54:04 AMJun 6
[Default] On Tue, 06 Jun 23 14:49:14 UTC, D. Ray <d@ray> typed:
Only a dumb nazi pedophile would interpret it that way.

What part of "makes it a felony for hate groups to harass people for
their religion or ethnicity" confused you, you stupid fucking goose

St. Jesus On The Stick

Jun 6, 2023, 12:11:38 PMJun 6
>Jews deserve all the criticism they get - and more. Give Jews credit for
>promoting homosexual and transgender mental illness.
>Because they are.

It's morally imperative that the predominantly conservative Protestant and
Catholic clergy have the children to themselves for sex. That's why
there's a war on the transgenders for they are perceived to be

Child sex abuse happens across Protestant and evangelical churches - and,
at times, at a higher rate.

An investigation by The Associated Press recently found three insurance
companies in the United States that provide liability coverage for 165,000
Protestant churches typically receive 260 reports every year of children
being sexually abused by Protestant clergy or other staff.

In 2013, Boz Tchividjian, a Liberty University law professor, said the
Christian mission field is a "magnet" for sexual abusers.

Tchividjian, a grandson of the late evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham,
excoriated evangelicals for turning a blind eye to abuse among their

The Presbyterian Church

In recent years, the Presbyterian Church, one of the most progressive
mainline denominations, has been rocked by child sexual abuse cases. The
majority of cases involved the children of missionaries serving overseas
from the 1950s to 1990.

In the wake of mounting allegations, the church commissioned an
independent panel to investigate the reports. The panel found that at
least nine individuals, including ministers ordained with the
denomination, had abused children.

A similar investigation in 2002 found "overwhelming" evidence that at
least 22 girls and women had been sexually abused by a Presbyterian
minister and missionary over a 40-year period.

The abuse took place in Africa and the United States.

Matt York/AP

Southern Baptists

A survey by the Journal of Pastoral Care in 1993 found that 14 percent of
Southern Baptist ministers said they had engaged in "inappropriate sexual

By 2000, a report to the Baptist General Convention found the incidence of
sexual abuse by clergy had reached "horrific proportions." Victims
advocates have derided church leadership for protecting predators and
covering up crimes.

In 2016 the Southern Baptist Convention elected Steve Gaines as its
president. A few years earlier, Gaines, at the time head of a Memphis,
Tennessee, church was implicated in clergy child molestation case.
Investigators said Gaines knew for years that one of his ministers had
sexually molested a child. Gaines neither reported the crime to police or
his congregation, police said.

Jehovah's Witnesses

Leaked internal documents this year catapulted the Jehovah's Witnesses
church unto the child sex crimes roster.

The insular church discouraged victims of sexual abuse from reporting the
abuse, the documents showed.

The leaked documents exposed sexual abuse accusations from three accusers
against a member of the church. The documents outline the efforts by the
church to cover up the scandal and keep it from the "worldly court of

Since the news broke, hundreds of church members have come forward with
their own accounts of abuse. Attorneys believe there are thousands of
victims involved.

Predators: not so much pastors but volunteers

The majority of accused predators in faith settings are not clergy or
staff but church volunteers.

That is according to the Christian Ministry Resources, which serves more
than 75,000 congregations and 1,000 denominational agencies nationwide.

Annual surveys from the organization suggest that in recent years, the
pace of child-abuse allegations against American churches has averaged 70
a week.

Ultra-orthodox Jews

The New York community of ultra-Orthodox Jews has faced a backlash for
asking observant Jews to consult a rabbi instead of going immediately to
police with evidence of child sexual abuse.

Similar cases have sprung in other cities, including Baltimore and Miami,
involving allegations of sexual misconduct by orthodox Jewish leaders.

The case involving Rabbi Shmuel Krawatsky, formerly of the Beth Tfiloh
Dahan Community School in Baltimore, involves the alleged abuse of at
least three boys at a summer camp.

According to a report by The Jewish Week, the rabbi, who was naked and
alone in a pool changing room with two alleged victims, touched the boys
inappropriately before asking them to touch his "private parts" in
exchange for $100."

The report also states that the rabbi threatened the young boys not to
tell their parents.

Given the faith's shroud of secrecy there is no hard data regarding the
number of potential abuse victims in the Orthodox Jewish community.
Experts estimate that there could be thousands of victims dating back

The principle of mesirah forbids reporting a Jewish practitioner to
secular authorities. Issues are supposed to be handled internally within
the greater faith community.

Dennis Hastert

In 2016, Dennis Hastert, the longest-serving Republican Speaker of the
House in U.S. history, was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison for
structuring payouts in order to cover up the sexual abuses he perpetrated
as a wrestling coach in Illinois decades ago.

"The thing I want to do is say I'm sorry to those I've hurt and misled.
They looked at me and I took advantage of them," Hastert told a judge.

U.S. District Judge Thomas Durkin called Hastert "a serial child

Hastert was released last year from a federal prison in Minnesota after
serving nearly 13 months.

The former Republican powerhouse was ordered to serve two years of court-
ordered supervised release .

Jerry Sandusky

Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky is serving up to 60 years
in prison for sexually abusing 10 boys between 1994 and 2009.

Sandusky targeted his victims from among the boys who attended his Second
Mile camp, a charity that he ran for at-risk youth. He was convicted of 45
of 48 counts of child sexual abuse against young boys from the charity

Banned swimming coaches

Approximately 150 youth swimming coaches have been banned for life as a
result of credible child sex crimes allegations against them.

In 2010, Andy King, a coach with a California aquatics club, was charged
with 20 counts of lewd acts with girls 15 and younger. He was sentenced to
40 years in prison for molesting girls training with the San Jose Aquatics
Club. King was alleged to have impregnated one of his victims when she was

In 2008, Central Indiana Aquatics coach Brian Hindson was accused of
setting up hidden cameras in locker rooms. He pleaded guilty to charges
including distribution, production and possession of child pornography and
was sentenced to 33 years in prison.

A coach who failed to step up

Chuch Wielgus, who served as executive director of USA Swimming for nearly
20 years, came under fire for his handling of sex abuse cases.

In 2014, more than four years after rebuking culpability, Wielgus
apologized to victims and acknowledged that he should have done more to
protect athletes.

He wrote in a blog post: "I wish my eyes had been more open to the
individual stories of the horrors of sexual abuse. I wish I had known more
so perhaps I could have done more."

Wielgus died in 2017.

Millions of children abused by teachers

Schools are supposed to be a safe environment for children, but they can
actually be one of the most dangerous places for children with regards to
sexual abuse.

A study commissioned by the U.S. Department of Education found that up to
7 percent of all middle and high school students were the targets of
physical sexual abuse by teachers, coaches and other adults working in the
school system.

That statistic puts the number of young teens sexually abused by teachers
and other school adults in the millions.

A 2015 report found that just under 500 educators were arrested in
connection to child sex crimes:

3.5 million students (grades 8th-11th) reported having had physical
sexual contact from an adult (most often a teacher or coach).
4.5 million children reported being shown pornography or being
subjected to sexually explicit language or exhibitionism.

According to a report by The Washington Post, 35 percent of educators
convicted or accused of sexual misconduct with children had used social
media to gain access to their victims.

Young children have long been taught about "stranger danger," but, in
fact, most perpetrators are individuals close to a child, including a day
care worker or volunteer. According to federal health authorities,
pedophiles and child molesters, in general:

tend to be male
can be heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual
range in age from teens to midlife
are usually a relative, friend, or neighbor of the child
carry the abuse out in the home of the victim
often claim that they themselves were victims of childhood sexual

The majority of victims are girls. When boys are victims, the sexual abuse
tends to take place outside the home, and the perpetrator may be a
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