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Quebec Man Sentenced to 60 Days for Watching 'Hentai' Anime
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Posted 9/10/14
boku no pico.....watched that when i got link trolled. kept watching, saying, 'no way, its got to get better...' damn.
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 9/10/14

RedExodus wrote:


awune wrote:

don't watch animated porn containing children then. like duh. lolicons/shotacons are pretty much pedophiles, doesn't matter if it's "just a cartoon" they're children. like why do i even have to explain this. y'all nasty. it doesn't matter if you're disgusted by it irl either. stop fetishizing prepubescent children and maybe you'll seem a little less creepy


Sure, make me stop. I'll go tell gay people not to marry men just because I don't like that. Those weeaboo anime watchers won't get away with it either!

Jokes aside, why do people even care? I don't watch that stuff and then tell everybody about it unless it's Boku no Pico. If you don't like that stuff, close your eyes, back away, w/e. I would understand better if the drawings are life-like enough to resemble real kids but they don't look human enough to even touch the uncanny valley despite being called humans.


it is a good argument but still, it's just goddamn creepy and weird. like if someone caught you with animated/drawn child porn, why wouldn't they arrest you and charge you as a sex offender? what argument can there be? if you're looking at underage anime art on the internet what reason would people have to think you're not planning to prey on real children? do u see what im sayin. even if these people are enjoying it in their own homes and aren't interested in real children, it's going to be seen as a threat by the law if they find it. it makes sense. i mean i understand people stumbling across it and stuff, but if people are looking at it for the pure purpose of the person in the picture being child-like and underdeveloped, that's kind of questionable
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Think about the government, the rules of a nation. Quebec just gives it away
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 9/10/14

awune wrote:


RedExodus wrote:


awune wrote:

don't watch animated porn containing children then. like duh. lolicons/shotacons are pretty much pedophiles, doesn't matter if it's "just a cartoon" they're children. like why do i even have to explain this. y'all nasty. it doesn't matter if you're disgusted by it irl either. stop fetishizing prepubescent children and maybe you'll seem a little less creepy


Sure, make me stop. I'll go tell gay people not to marry men just because I don't like that. Those weeaboo anime watchers won't get away with it either!

Jokes aside, why do people even care? I don't watch that stuff and then tell everybody about it unless it's Boku no Pico. If you don't like that stuff, close your eyes, back away, w/e. I would understand better if the drawings are life-like enough to resemble real kids but they don't look human enough to even touch the uncanny valley despite being called humans.


it is a good argument but still, it's just goddamn creepy and weird. like if someone caught you with animated/drawn child porn, why wouldn't they arrest you and charge you as a sex offender? what argument can there be? if you're looking at underage anime art on the internet what reason would people have to think you're not planning to prey on real children? do u see what im sayin. even if these people are enjoying it in their own homes and aren't interested in real children, it's going to be seen as a threat by the law if they find it. it makes sense. i mean i understand people stumbling across it and stuff, but if people are looking at it for the pure purpose of the person in the picture being child-like and underdeveloped, that's kind of questionable


You could fantasize about amputees and midgets and old people. People fantasize about different things. That is something we must learn to accept even if their fantasies disturb us. Their thoughts are like a vapor. They don't spontaneously coalesce into something physical that hurts people. The law should not have the power to police and enforce thought alone with no harmful or injurious resulting action. Some people fantasize about killing things and play torture games and draw bloody pictures. Some take it a step further and collect weapons and take classes to learn to master them. What makes people think the individual in question isn't going to shoot up their school? It's perfectly fine for them to do that as long as they have no serious intent and intestinal fortitude to act. Same goes with fantasizing about children or corpses or animals or fictional characters or whatever.

I don't see a significant difference here other than the fact that people seem to be more reluctant to talk about sexual things for some reason.
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Maybe the prison system will rehabilitate him.
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 9/10/14

awune wrote:


RedExodus wrote:


awune wrote:

don't watch animated porn containing children then. like duh. lolicons/shotacons are pretty much pedophiles, doesn't matter if it's "just a cartoon" they're children. like why do i even have to explain this. y'all nasty. it doesn't matter if you're disgusted by it irl either. stop fetishizing prepubescent children and maybe you'll seem a little less creepy


Sure, make me stop. I'll go tell gay people not to marry men just because I don't like that. Those weeaboo anime watchers won't get away with it either!

Jokes aside, why do people even care? I don't watch that stuff and then tell everybody about it unless it's Boku no Pico. If you don't like that stuff, close your eyes, back away, w/e. I would understand better if the drawings are life-like enough to resemble real kids but they don't look human enough to even touch the uncanny valley despite being called humans.


it is a good argument but still, it's just goddamn creepy and weird. like if someone caught you with animated/drawn child porn, why wouldn't they arrest you and charge you as a sex offender? what argument can there be? if you're looking at underage anime art on the internet what reason would people have to think you're not planning to prey on real children? do u see what im sayin. even if these people are enjoying it in their own homes and aren't interested in real children, it's going to be seen as a threat by the law if they find it. it makes sense. i mean i understand people stumbling across it and stuff, but if people are looking at it for the pure purpose of the person in the picture being child-like and underdeveloped, that's kind of questionable


okay, lets play with this a bit.

if im caught with anime loli porn, lets say i can get arrested.

then becuse there is now a precedent for arresting some one BEFORE the crime, if some one rants on FB and wants some one to die, then they can be arrested, before the crime.

so yeah, its creapy, but then again i a lot of people do creepy stuff. as long as it stays in the fantasy world, i try not to judge.

edit: and why stop there? lets get people why speak out against eh govermenet, before they turn into terrorist.
lets start profiling people using computers and data and lets invade privacy in the name of 'stopping crime before it happens.'

if we can get accrate enough data, we can tell who might take up arms against the goverment, lets arrest them too. and why stop at adults?
bad children grow up in to bad adults. arrest them as children to stop crime before it happen.
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 10/2/14

riem2k wrote:

It seems that he did it while manning the ammunition depot at the Canadian Force Base Valcartier, he probably got spot by their network administrator.


That changes things. He's a moron. He'd be in hot water, regardless of what he was watching, but his choice of genre made his situation even worse.
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aeb0717 wrote:


riem2k wrote:

It seems that he did it while manning the ammunition depot at the Canadian Force Base Valcartier, he probably got spot by their network administrator.


That changes things. He's a moron. He'd be in hot water, regardless of what he was watching, but his choice of genre made his situation even worse.


Okay, I gotta admit that is pretty dumb. He should probably lose his job but I still don't think he deserves a jail sentence.
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thats f-d up.
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nemoskull wrote:

okay, lets play with this a bit.

if im caught with anime loli porn, lets say i can get arrested.

then becuse there is now a precedent for arresting some one BEFORE the crime, if some one rants on FB and wants some one to die, then they can be arrested, before the crime.

so yeah, its creapy, but then again i a lot of people do creepy stuff. as long as it stays in the fantasy world, i try not to judge.

edit: and why stop there? lets get people why speak out against eh govermenet, before they turn into terrorist.
lets start profiling people using computers and data and lets invade privacy in the name of 'stopping crime before it happens.'

if we can get accrate enough data, we can tell who might take up arms against the goverment, lets arrest them too. and why stop at adults?
bad children grow up in to bad adults. arrest them as children to stop crime before it happen.



Such ideology reminds me of the The Sibyl System from Psycho-Pass but i bet some of the radical puritans would love living under such Dystopia.

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canda can get away with virtual sex offender becuase irrational fear and hate... from most of the population. hopefully it stays at that. id like to say i have faith in humanitys goodness and morals... but then i remember adolf hitler and unit 731.

oppression by law has happened before and is happening now.

to brand a sex offender on reason of a fantasy, sets a dangerous legal precedent.

thats all im saying.
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 9/10/14

Morbidhanson wrote:



Okay, I gotta admit that is pretty dumb. He should probably lose his job but I still don't think he deserves a jail sentence.


He likely used the military's computers, and PC misuse is known to result in stiff penalties. Using any kind of government-issued device to access porn (and even dating sites) is strictly forbidden, and may result in disciplinary and/or criminal actions. Canada's attitude towards PC misuse is inspired by the UK's Computer Misuse Act 1990, which has a penalty of up to two years of prison time. The guy is lucky that he only has to face about two months in jail.
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 9/14/14

Raimu4 wrote:

Throw all Call of Duty players in jail for murder and war crimes.



Yeah, seriously. So ridiculous how Canada views this. It is an overreaction to this whole thing. Australia is really bad with this, too.
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Posted 9/10/14 , edited 9/10/14
I was going to support him because any judge that claims cartoon people have human rights needs their judges gavel taken away and sent for a psych eval... but using government property to watch porn... you're a moron and you deserve what you get.

I'm more curious to know what he was watching (the title)... some hentai isn't child porn, and some is... >.>
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I'm still going to Canada. Don't ask.

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