Sadly, Ive been desensitized. I know many news eyes are rather disturbed and probably dont believe the depth of these acts. Anons who have been around have seen so much now.
Just wait till they noobs get to the Podestas demented artwork.
Speaking of which, wheres Podesta? https://t.co/WbQPsOtxTj— Clandestine (@RodSneaky) July 20, 2019
This sounds harmless:
What ever could go wrong?
When I talk to people who are uninformed, at first I just try to hint at the truth. Hitting someone over the head with the vileness of these crimes is most often going to make them shut down, label me as a kook, refuse to listen, etc.
Some people I don’t talk to at all. I don’t think they could handle it. And I think we should respect that. IMO forcing someone to hear (or read) about all the sordid details of the derps is cruel.
But for those who I think can handle some measure of the truth, I tend to use words along this spectrum:
crimes against humanity
crimes against children
crimes against young children
I try to stop before I reach a point where it could inflict harm on the listener.
I also may throw in “murder” which is a word that most people are “comfortable” with but is still able to convey some of the “extremeness” of their crimes.
I have never gone much beyond that. In fact I usually stop before “pedophile”. I think that many of those expressions can be interpreted in a multitude of ways and they carry sufficient information to get the idea across. The listener doesn’t need to know explicit details. In fact, I would be creeped out by anyone who wanted to know explicit details.
Is it not enough to know that someone is a pedophile to convict them?
And murder is murder. All serial killers are still looked on with disgust, even if it turns out their victims were prostitutes, gays, drug addicts or others who society doesn’t care as much about. So for those guilty of murder of kids so much the worse.