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“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan

My political positions

 Many of the organized mobbings, online bullying, and offline gang stalking tht occurs today is politiclly motivated, and thse who derive fundingbfrom the federsl government, such as non-proits, NGO’s and more use organized stalking to intimidate opposition, dissent, or perceived chllenges to their narrative supremacy.

As such, I peronally have identified several of those who have stalked me- I can name them.Organizations ranging from the Rotary Interntional, to the Jewih Federtion, to name a couple.

Religion: I was raised in the overly fertile soil of dogmatic Catholic sexual confusion, watered by the fecal Jewish narratives of Jewish supremacy, trimmed by self loathing cuckoldry of the overarching Jewidh-chrsistian social  order. Especially note the placement of capitlized Jewish in front of lower case chridtin. Makevof it what you will. As such, I had the two best reaons ever to banish religion from my tent, and embrace naturalism, cultural relativism, and humanism.Shortly thereafter, these to begn imprting theother fanatical religion of Islam into my worldview. It is these lunatic narratives that western ulture is comrised of, and I reject them.

Endless Jewish-christian war: While being photographed by a Pakistani woman who likely was an FBI or DHS employee who had singled me out of a crowd of peaceful anti-war protesters, it occured to me that for every one of me, who practices non-violent resistance, there is an entire world full of hungry opportunists who will gladly take my place in a war based society, and kill babies accordingly. It also occured to me that modern fascist always hide behind thir fanatical religions. That was in 2002.

Domestic Violence: it is an industrial scale job creation scheme, and a  perfect euphemism for facists in America who destroyed familie, built for-profit prisons, while also builing the militarized police forces that we see today, kicking in doors and destroying families opportunities. It is a tool whereby the state is ablebto destroynopportuniies, and pretext to begin surveillance regimes in the lives of individuals. It is a based in narrative falsehoods and myth to the extent that both men and women perpetrate it, with women more likely to initiate it. Women perpetrate it on children in grossly higher numbers. The modern militarized police was built on the myths that are perpetuated by this indutsry.

Violence: when all other option are expended, in order to save life.

Rape: rape rhetoric is a cash cow that provides many groups, organizations and institutions like colleges the finnial incentive to proselytize as they do. Rape happens, and both men and women share responsibility ( or, should, but don’t) and excepting prisons, the Congo influnced by mytery bnkdters and intelligence agencies, is a nearly non-existent situation, despite the rhetoric. What is called rape today is really infringement of privilege, and it undermines the experiences of actual rape victims. It is an effective form of social ontrol via psychological terror, and a memetic tool used to reinforce female privilege in modern Babylon/western culture.

Prostitution: here is my position, spoken by someone more qualified than me-former cop, sex worker and sex workers rights advocate, Norma Jean Almodovar, who has been mobbed, gang stalked and today endures wht appears to be chronic telephone and internet surveillance.

Sex worker rights activism and being an advocate for a change in laws which criminalize any part of consensual adult commercial sex was my objective from the first day I started working as a prostitute. Decriminalizing prostitution will not in any way benefit me financially, as I retired from sex work years ago. However, I believe in a woman’s right to control her own life and body, and that ‘choice’ means ‘choice’ and not what someone else chooses for me. I am passionate about overturning laws which prohibit consenting adults from engaging in commercial sex. Such laws are harmful to all of society and for so many reasons, need to be repealed. Sex work and sex trafficking are not the same, but because there are so very few real victims, prostitution abolitionists and law enforcement agencies must conflate the two to create the illusion that there are hundreds of thousands of ‘sex slaves’ around the world just waiting to be rescued. All they need is MORE MONEY!

 

In the narrative relating my experience working the streets of Hollywood for the LAPD, I addressed every element of every fatuous theory promoted by radical feminists/ progressives and religious conservatives alike for the continued criminalization of consenting adult prostitution: the work is dangerous; hating one’s work; the objectification of women; being economically coerced to do the work; the ‘exploitation of the worker’ where the employer takes most of the employee’s ‘earnings’ and receives a fraction in return; the employer’s lack of concern for the well being of the worker; not practicing safe sex; engaging in so called immoral behavior (adultery and fornication); child sexual exploitation; the stress of the work leading to PTSD, and so on.

 

I experienced first hand every single component of those inane arguments which these ‘victim pimps’ attribute to sex work but are situations found in so many other types of labor. I was not considered a ‘victim’ for having ‘no other options’ or being ‘economically coerced’ into taking the job, hating the job and wishing I could be doing ANYTHING else; not receiving much of the money I earned writing thousands of tickets for the city of LA; being in a very dangerous work environment- and most of all, no one wanted to arrest me to ‘protect me for my own good.’ No one sought to ‘create awareness’ of how dangerous such work could be, or discourage other women from seeking such employment by disallowing safer working conditions for women who chose that work.

 

Surely if the goal of either the religious conservatives or the progressive radical feminists was to protect women from danger and potential abuse, they would seek to protect ALL women who are at risk. But that is not their goal, as is clear from the court case in Canada brought by sex workers who wish to make their jobs safer. June 16, 2011: “Nobody cares about safety of sex workers, court hears” – …the Catholic Church thinks sex workers ought to continue being harmed as that will discourage other women from entering a dangerous profession… ‘Prostitution is immoral and should be eradicated through strict laws, even if that leaves sex trade workers vulnerable to attack,’ argued Ranjan Agarwal, a lawyer representing the Christian Legal Fellowship, Catholic Rights League and REAL Women of Canada. ‘Parliament intended to eradicate prostitution’ by enacting these laws because it is ‘an attack on the fundamental values of modern Canadian society…’ But, asked Justice David Doherty, what if that meant sex workers die as a result, wouldn’t that be harm out of proportion from the intended good? ‘No,’ Mr. Agarwal said, such an outcome is a ‘sad side effect,’ and it was better for Parliament to ‘send a signal’ to anyone thinking of entering the sex trade that there was great risk involved.” Risk such as I was taking when I worked for the LAPD?

 

All of these rationales for prohibiting prostitution could apply to the work and life experiences of millions of women in many other types of labor, including the military (rape and PTSD, danger), taxi driving (homicide, rape, robbery, danger), law enforcement (from civilian to sworn officers), domestic servitude (rape, danger, slavery, the desire to be doing ANYTHING other than cleaning toilets and scraping off dried feces, urine and vomit of strangers), and so many other jobs and circumstances.

 

In its 2012 Summary Report, the US Government claimed that in 2006, there were an estimated 673,000 college women raped. Should those shocking statistics be used to forbid women from obtaining a higher education? Or would those numbers indicate that more must be done to keep college women safe?

 

‘Progressive’ prostitution abolitionists contend that “prostitution is violence against women.” The World Health Organization recently (June 20, 2013) reported its findings on violence against women. According to them, 33% of all women world wide are victims of violence sometime in their life. And 29% of victims of violence at the hands of their husbands or boyfriends. That’s hundreds of millions of women who are violently victimized by someone in their life- approximately 869,045,564 victims of violence worldwide, based on the world population estimates.

 

TO HELP PROSTITUTES ‘REALIZE’ THEY ARE VICTIMS, MUST THEY BE ARRESTED AND THREATENED WITH INCARCERATION IF THEY DON’T ACCEPT THEIR ‘VICTIMHOOD’?

 

Prostitution abolitionists also hypothesize that ‘prostitution is like rape…’ although anyone who has ever been raped or sexually assaulted may not agree with that assessment. There is no question that being raped is very traumatic. But is prostitution still ‘like rape’ when the prostitute says “Nope, that’s not what’s happening?” Denver Colorado vice Lieutenant Aaron Sanchez says: “Prostitutes are not friendly. It’s not like you’re talking to a child-abuse victim or a fifteen-year-old sex assault victim who wants to cry out and wants to explain what happened or is just scared. These girls just flat out say, ‘Nope, that’s NOT what’s happening.’ We have to help them realize they are victims.” Oh?

 

How do cops intend to ‘help’ us realize we are victims? By arresting us? Putting us in jail where we are quite likely to be raped by the staff? Or turned into the ‘sex slaves’ of the sheriff in charge of the jail? and sent to solitary confinement if we report the rapes? or take us off the prison grounds to work as prostitutes for those who run the place?

 Many of the organized mobbings, online bullying, and offline gang stalking tht occurs today is politiclly motivated, and thse who derive fundingbfrom the federsl government, such as non-proits, NGO’s and more use organized stalking to intimidate opposition, dissent, or perceived chllenges to their narrative supremacy.

As such, I peronally have identified several of those who have talked me- I can name them.

Prostitution: here is my position, spoken by someone more qualified than me-former cop, sex worker and sex workers rights advocate, Norma Jean Almodovar

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