Friday, August 24, 2012


Website for this image. Scarred by online porn: Number of children ringing ChildLine after seeing hardcore images on internet soars to 50 a month.

Allegedly, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is child porn, and is loved by a large number of women.

Reportedly, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is very boring and very badly written.

Reportedly, many people who bought the book gave up after a few pages.

Fifty Shades of Grey is a novel by British author E. L. James.

The novel concerns the relationship between 'a college graduate', Anastasia Steele, and a young business magnate, Christian Grey. 

The book is all about bondage, sadism and masochism.

Thanks to lots of publicity by the Kosher Nostra, the book has set the record as the fastest-selling paperback of all time.

At the Ulsterman, on 16 August 2012, 'a reader' wrote about "Fifty Shades Of Grey - Pedophilia Hiding In Plain Sight."

Fifty Shades Of Grey – Pedophilia Hiding In Plain Sight.

Extracts from what the reader wrote:

Fifty Shades of Grey... has become so popular among women that some are referring to it as 'Mommy Porn'...

It is pedophilia. It is child porn. Kiddie porn...

It is a story of a girl being sexually molested, over and over again, by a male figure with all the power, all the control.

It is the classic abuse scenario. And mothers are, in some cases, quite literally getting off on it...

In the 1950s Nabokov wrote Lolita. For six months it was the number one bestseller in America. Nabokov liked girls, so long as they looked like boys. Lolita was the girl with the ‘puerile hips’, the girl wearing ‘shorts’. aangirfan: Nabokov, Lolita and Pale Fire

Extracts from what the reader wrote (continued):

My professional experience centers around nearly 20 years with Child Protective Services...

What is reported in the news is only a small sample of... the disgusting acts that are going on every day.

Kids are being raped. Kids are being abused. Every single day. Over and over and over again.

I didn’t seek out 50 Shades of Grey. It was brought to my attention by a longtime friend who is also a clinical psychologist at a university...

She said the book was about pedophilia... a story of a young woman engaging is a very graphic sexual relationship with a somewhat older man.

The problem for her... was that the narrator in the story, was in fact, an underage girl.

My friend indicated, based on the use of language in the narration, that this girl was likely no more than 12 or 13 years of age.

I made mention that the girl in the story was actually getting ready to graduate college...

I’ll try and summarize my friend’s words at this point as best I can.

"Sexual predators are cons... 50 Shades of Grey is a con... It is a story about abuse from beginning to end..."

The female character has no sexual experience. None.

She is given the age of 21, but that age is itself a cover.

Her true emotional age is much-much younger. She has never even masturbated. She has never even experienced an orgasm.

That alone is one of the greatest attractions to the pedophile. That is the psychology of that kind of act. You get off on taking purity...

Listen to how she talks. Again, she’s not talking like a young woman, she’s talking like a girl.

She talks about cartwheels, and skipping, over and over again it is the language and the imagery of a girl.

The abuser, the older man... tells the little girl how to speak. What to wear. What to eat.

'Fifty Shades Of Grey' movie to star 'Harry Potter''s Emma Watson

He is Daddy and she is daughter...

There is spanking and the use of Baby oil. Why baby oil? Think about it.

The girl wears pigtails...

I got the book, I sat down, and I read it.

The main character ... was a kid who had just had her first drink of alcohol...

The narration, which is the voice of the girl talking to the reader, was the voice of a little girl.

It’s unmistakable. There is very little emotional maturity and absolutely no sexual maturity...

The male character... makes a show of his money, his power, the things he can buy for her, but while this is going on, we are reading the thoughts of a child...

Remove the false age of the girl, which has no basis in reality, and what we are actually reading is the abuse of a little girl.

The main character... can’t operate a computer (but is supposedly a college graduate)... has her imaginary friend... is spanked and slathered in BABY OIL...

And beyond all of this evidence there is the fact that the male character is himself a product of sexual abuse at the hands of a pedophile...

The author ... puts out the theme of pedophilia openly, therefore hiding it in plain sight...

Take away the aspect of money, and the character of the abuser becomes much less attractive and therefore it would have been much more difficult to pull of the deception. Are women actually that shallow? Yes, we can be.

Fifty Shades Pedophilia Abuse Controversy Revisited


Zoompad said...

Just read the Wiki synopsis of this book. I had heard of it, but had no idea what it was about. Like the Dan Brown novels, this is the sort of book I would go out of my way to avoid, and like the Dan Brown novels, this is the sort of book that is likely to gain literary accolades and bring the money rolling in.

I like books which enlighten and enoble. There are plenty of books of that type to choose from, without having to resort to this perverse rubbish.

I got told off at college when I prepared my A Level Literature module for choosing Charles Dickens Bleak House. I was told that I ought to have chosen something less dreary and modern. I would have chosen something more recent to study, but there is so much dross being published these days that finding a book worth reading is like trying to find a needle in a haystack, and just because a book has won awards is no guarentee that it actually has any real merit, you have to look at the people giving the awards to understand if the awards are actually worth anything, and that doesn't just apply to books.

Anonymous said...

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This is more sick because it's mainstream - all over the TV and radio - something has to be done. I am outraged by this!


aferrismoon said...

It appears the book is an 'extension' of the Twilight series, u know about how cool it is to be a teenage vampire and their issues.

Twilight's aimed at children.

Wiki also mention this 'book' is popular with teenage girls. Mix the bondage in with the popularity of Gaga and Madonna's onstage personas , guns, bondage, dysfunctionalism, and bob's your uncle [ unfortunately ]

Not only that , its apparently, written like a pile of crap, but that doesn't matter, because the sickness of the story gets one turning pages.

It pushed Harry Potter of the most-sold books by Amazon, and the HP girl will be the actress for the abused girl.

She , of course, being an actress many young girls have followed , via HP series, into adulthood. Now to lead them into being call-girls, sex-addicts or whatever.


Anonymous said...

Good article, I had never heard of this book.
I googled, cbc fifty shades of grey.

It is on their recommended list of books, it has been read on air at cbc radio, and is generally celebrated with dozens of positive articles.
But hey, Stephen Harper didn't write it, so that's good enough for the dumb dumb dumb Canadian masses. I weep for this country.

Ann Diamond said...

Prominently displayed at Chapters/Indigo

Anonymous said...


since the Dutroux case and after reading the reading through the ISGP site I've been very interested in the phenomenon of kiddy porn and pedophiles and everything that comes with that area of interest.

What irks me is the often repeated line that "there is no single pattern" with which to discern a paedophile. It is similar to the problem of identifying psychopaths, an area that has become more transparent after Robert Hare's checklist.

If you have professional experience around the issue of sexual abuse of minors as you say, would you mind posting in a subsequent article a list of signs which could be used by people to ID individuals involved in such stuff?

Thanks for your consideration.

Anon said...

1. It was 'the reader' at the Ulsterman who wrote:

"My professional experience centers around nearly 20 years with Child Protective Services..."

2. 'Paedophile' is probably not the best word to use.

I prefer the term 'child abuser', meaning someone who deliberately causes severe hurt to children.

Some scientists and scholars seem to suggest that most people are capable of finding certain children sexually attractive.

But, hopefully, most people are not child abusers.

3. Child abusers come in all shapes and sizes - military generals, judges, TV personalities, police chiefs, cabinet ministers, priests etc etc etc

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Has anyone actually read this book? I have and it's not child porn. It's told from a perspective of a COLLEGE GRADUATE! It's an erotic awakening of a young woman. Try reading the book before you actually spew a bunch of garbage about it.

Anon said...

Clare Phillipson, director of Wearside Women in Need, a charity for victims of domestic violence, wrote in the Guardian:

"It really is about a domestic violence perpetrator, taking someone who is less powerful, inexperienced, not entirely confident about the area of life she is being led into, and then spinning her a yarn. Then he starts doing absolutely horrific sexual things to her … He gradually moves her boundaries, normalising the violence against her. It's the whole mythology that women want to be hurt."

The story's "subliminal message", said Phillipson, is the classic narrative of domestic violence – "that you can heal this broken man, that if you just love him enough and take his shit enough, he will get better".

"That message is so dangerous,"

Zoompad said...

"It's an erotic awakening of a young woman"

Who are you, and why have you felt you had to post this anonymously?

... said...

@Anony - whoever you are - How many COLLEGE GRADS - females - do you know that are virgins and have had 'no sexual awakening' by the age of 21? Seriously, I've read some of this 'fan fiction' and it's pretty crap.

I could do much better, although if it means probagating the pedo agenda in order to make millions of dollars and pretend I am an 'author', then forget it. People should be out having sex with people they love, and enjoying life, and not buying warped fantasies like this to get off and put money in the pockets of the sicko pedos.


kris said...

aangirfan- this is Kris who referred to the Readers Digest article- to clarify, it would best to not publish my comment if not post addendum that the Scott Neeson is doing what he can to STOP abusers in Cambodia and does not promote child abuse.

I apologize for the confusion-


Freeborn said...

Paedophilia is the next best (Luciferian)thing they want us to think is OK.

Unknown said...

Aang, Another very good posting.

Just going over your back catalogue and having a look at some I missed.

Have been a reader for a while and not active but that changed. I am fed up. We all reach our limit.

I know it is slightly off topic here but you may be interested to know an observation I have made.

The much trumpeted film (ie satanic propaganda/programming) "The Hunger Games" was based upon a book of the same name by Suzanne Collins.

It has been reported that she is a high level witch from the high Collins/Todd bloodline.

It is time to pierce the veil that surrounds the hidden hand.

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