Building bridges

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    Brenda Jones
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    By Brenda . . . The annual international conference for the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) was held this year in Vancouver, Br
    [See the full post at: Building bridges]

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    Timothy

    I am not a member, not could I attend any meeting in Canada period because I’ve been made wrongfully a felon. Canada refuses entry by men like me who wouldn’t hurt a fly much less a child. I freely admit in the past I’ve entered Canada for the express purpose of MOLESTING their considerable population of walleye and small mouthed bass, but no more.

    This group of do-gooders are the very same mother truckers who CLAIM to have knowledge of “normal” human sexuality AND were (Feeman&Longo) used to FIRST morally justify subservience of MAN TO MACHINE via misinformation and propaganda of SORs general warrant. (Smith V Doe).
    Treatment providers may have some measurable influence upon recidivism but no impact upon the creation of the sexually aggressive person. Their entire approach is reactionary. Their progress also sold lots of treatment material which clearly shows their financial motivation behind their action. As for this American, this makes ATSA no different than the big data vendors who represent the Electronic Surveillance Saints. In fact ATSA helped pave the way to save mankind via electronic device. How convenient and profitable for each! Good luck with your bridge.

    The registries are properties and registrants are forced, second hand, to maintain the machines to their own detriment and against their own free will. Free men earn wages for the like. SOR agent’s career earnings are justified, by forcing ex post registrants to PAY AGAIN! No better poster child for unconstitutional behavior by perpetrator and curator.

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    David Kennerly

    So, for some reason my earlier message was not allowed? I can see no reason for that. I don’t believe that it was particularly controversial.

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      Fred
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      There are no deleted messages from you. Are you sure the submission was completed?

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        David Kennerly

        Thanks for your very quick response. Yes, I’m sure I submitted it. My point in the earlier post (from memory) was first to thank Brenda and Cindy for attending this event and to note the presence of the “SMART OFFICE” as an exhibitor. I had expressed the view that, had I been there (impossible, of course, as it was in Canada, a country that would bar my entry) I would have found myself directly confronting “SMART” and, no doubt, would have vented my spleen. Such a confrontation is unlikely to have produced any result (either positive or negative) though it might have given me some personal satisfaction. Still, that’s not what matters and different people are needed at different levels of engagement in our movement and I’m very grateful for NARSOL for taking this on. My advice, were it welcome, would be to take the tableaux painted by the “treatment and punishment” industries, often confusingly blurred, with a healthy grain of salt, as I know Brenda well realizes. There is data which law enforcement and government will never acknowledge and, really, cannot acknowledge if they are to keep their jobs. The treatment industry may be slightly more receptive. This certainly wasn’t true several decades ago and I think that lobbying them, as NARSOL is doing, is one of the more important challenges it is undertaking. Thanks!

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