Childhood Innocence Lost

I am both flabbergasted and deeply appalled at the depravity of having young girls aged from six-years-old to thirteen utter filthy gutter language in a rapping video meant to address child molestation by creating a video with graphic shock value.

It matters not what the message is or for what purpose the video was made, such a despicable production is nothing short of child molestation itself. The video is a model example of just how far our society has sunk, abandoning all concepts of morality and decency.

The “molestors” include anyone who was connected with the production of the video and especially the person(s) who had the final power to approve/disapprove the video. Included in this band of child molesters are the parents who ALLOWED  their little girls to star in the video and speak such filth. No child should be uttering such vulgar language, and knowing that kind of language and using it voids childhood innocence. A child cannot be both innocent and vulgar at the same time.

The parents who were complicit should not only have their children taken from them for permitting  this vulgar behavior, but also undergo a medical procedure to prevent them from ever breeding again.

I feel as if I, along with an ever decreasing number of decent folks, are in a batch of rotting tomatoes, and it is the rotten tomatoes who view the still uninfected tomatoes as being not “in sync” with the rest of society.

I hope the grocer comes soon to remove the still fresh tomatoes and dump the rotten ones into the fiery pit.

My God, how could anyone conceive such a video then actually produce it?


About thomlucci

Disabled Veteran from Vietnam era, 2nd generation Italian-American, conservative, born in PA, raised mostly in Europe. Graduated from high school in France in 1966. Former print journalist, professional photographer. Love animals: dogs, cats, horses, mostly. Current Opinions of News is a blog where I vent my frustrations with Democrats, crime, social issues, and so on.
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