The Blacklist: Peodophiles are Sub-Human

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Steve Huff has been on a roll as of late and I’ve got his back. Thursday he did another post about pedophile blogs and message boards In that entry Steve posted a response from a pedophile to one of his other entries. Here are some quotes from the pedophile scumbag…

There’s all that, and there’s the fact that most of us (not all — we have several active non-pedophile members) are capable of being attracted to, and falling in love with, children or adolescents.

Steve didn’t post a link to the message board but he did send it to me and in doing some browsing I found that it’s hosted by a free forum host that let’s anyone create a message board. The host is called Forum Bolt. While browsing the first message board that Steve mentioned I found another pedophiles message board that Forum Bolt hosts. I have contacted Forum Bolt but I have yet to hear back from them. You can post in their own forum here. Or if you want to do a more direct contacting here is the whois info for Forum Bolt.

Still no response from Xanga.
Still no response from Blogsome.

I have an idea on how to get a response from them.

If you know a Xanga user post a comment on their site telling them that Xanga has pedophile blogrings and post a link to here or here.

If you know a Blogsome user do the same thing except post links to here or here.

Maybe when enough people complain or they get enough bad publicity they’ll do something about it.

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5 thoughts on “The Blacklist: Peodophiles are Sub-Human

  1. Alyric

    No response from Xanga here, either. I’m beginning to think approaching them directly isn’t going to cut it. Is there somewhere else we can send this? This can’t be protected by free speech… can these people be charged with anything?

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  2. Trench

    The only thing I can think to do right now is get the word out. Like I said if they get enough bad publicity maybe they’ll do something about it.

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  3. Alyric

    The FBI has a form at https://tips.fbi.gov/ that can be used to report, and I quote: “this form may also be used to report any suspected criminal activity to the FBI.” From some of the quotes you posted, I’d say that’s a good reason to suspect criminal activity.

    Ideally, the best place to report something like this would be to the local authorities in each case, but since it’s over the Internet that’s probably not always possible. If nothing else, they should be able to pass it on to the appropriate people.

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