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  • British paedophile abused hundreds in Malaysia

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-children.html

    He was British, but abused children in Malaysia, because he thought that it was much easier to operate in a SE Asian country than in Britain. He was caught, not in Malaysia, but by Australian internet investigators.

    No doubt paedophiles in Indonesia could (and do) operate with similar impunity.

  • #2
    If you are implying through this post that Agun, Awan, Azwan, Icha, Syahrial, Zainal, Neil and Ferdi are guilty by association with this article, I strongly disagree.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Puspawarna View Post
      If you are implying through this post that Agun, Awan, Azwan, Icha, Syahrial, Zainal, Neil and Ferdi are guilty by association with this article, I strongly disagree.
      Er, why would I be implying that?

      This guy worked in charity schools, not hideously expensive international schools.

      Clearly charities and underfunded village schools are riper targets than that.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by sumyunggai View Post
        Er, why would I be implying that?\
        Glad to hear that you weren't. But surely you can understand a little sensitivity about this particular issue. If you can't, well...I strongly suggest you read up a little on the situation here before posting something like what you did. It is painful and cruel, to be rather blunt about it.

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        • #5
          I think I agree Puspawarna, this dreadful story relates to some purve operated in Malaysia, so not I hope a story that relates to Indonesia, especially at this time with several workers and two teachers banged up on false charges

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Puspawarna View Post
            Glad to hear that you weren't. But surely you can understand a little sensitivity about this particular issue. If you can't, well...I strongly suggest you read up a little on the situation here before posting something like what you did. It is painful and cruel, to be rather blunt about it.
            Not as painful and cruel as raping hundreds of children. Sexual abuse of children takes place every day. One school being subject to some nonsensical charges does mean that all discussion about this topic should be shelved, as if doing so would help the falsely accused or imprisoned.

            The reality is that Indonesia and other similar countries are absolute havens for paedophiles. Cases will normally be swept under the carpet, foreigners of little distinction are given (often unwarranted) trust, and can easily abuse children for a few dollars.

            This is not about JIS, the point was that the paedophile in question makes it clear that he went to Malaysia because it is much for a white man to abuse children in SE Asia than it would be in the UK. The same applies to Indonesia.

            And let's not forget, that Indonesians themselves have rather indistinct boundaries when it comes to child sexual abuse. Children may be sold off as prostitutes by their own parents, en masse, married men tell me - with no sense that they should have any shame - that they procure 'anak SMP' as sexual partners. And Islam also endorses marriage with prepubescent children.
            Last edited by sumyunggai; 03-06-16, 00:07.

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            • #7
              Have to say, I also groaned when I saw this story. While the OP may be correct in his/her assertion that it is easier for pedophiles (both foreign and domestic) to operate in SE Asia, these frequent stories of foreign pedos set my teeth on edge. They make me paranoid of being falsely accused (though Huckle seems not to have been) and worried that were any such accusation (false, of course) to be made against me it would be accepted without evidence. It's a great thing when they catch one (long as he/she actually did it), but I could wish it didn't make the news rounds the way it does.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by sumyunggai View Post
                Not as painful and cruel as raping hundreds of children.
                Of course not. But did it not even occur to you that your OP sounds like support for the guilty verdicts in the JIS case? Apparently not.

                The issue's been dispensed with now, anyway. I'm with Davita in thinking that you've "opened the door." If a big train doesn't coming roaring through and crash, I'll be surprised. Have fun.

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                • #9
                  Defiantly a candidate for the double house brick treatment, but other than that I feel this thread will crash into silly remarks regarding religion, albeit Christian or Muslim, I'm afraid these perves ingratiate themselves into any poor venerable society here in Asia, let's just be thankful he has been caught, although it took some time and the Malaysian authorities are still in the dark as to the full details of the case, so let this thread rest.

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                  • #10
                    I am sorry Puspa, but I also just saw the story on the internet, and reading the OP post, I never linked the new story with JIS.
                    I am sure the original post also did not have that intent.
                    Maybe a little over sensitive in this regard?

                    As for the later comments,,,,,, well he is on his own there.
                    [COLOR=#ff0000]Great spirits have often encountered violent opposition from weak minds[/COLOR]. Albert Einstein

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by sumyunggai View Post
                      married men tell me - with no sense that they should have any shame - that they procure 'anak SMP' as sexual partners. And
                      what did you do about it then ?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Davita
                        Oops..you've opened the door. Cannot wait for the deluge of translation/interpretation of the koran to dispute your quote.
                        No need. None of that comes from the Qur'an anyway.

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                        • #13
                          "[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]He turned to online paedophiles to crowdfund the abuse, allowing those who paid him in Bitcoins access to videos of him raping his victims.[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]Huckle wrote: 'Impoverished kids are definitely much, much easier to seduce than middle class Western kids. I still plan on publishing a guide on the subject sometime.'[/FONT][/COLOR]
                          [COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]He added: 'Would love to make a small income off selling child porn.'

                          It's hard to contemplate that there are sometimes people who are true intraspecies predators with no remorse and a penchant for uttering things every parent is absolutely terrified of.

                          How do you reform this individual? What sort of punishment is right or works for addressing this kind of depravity? [/FONT][/COLOR]

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Davita
                            Oops..you've opened the door. Cannot wait for the deluge of translation/interpretation of the koran to dispute your quote.

                            Don't worry Davita...they won't try[COLOR=#333333] to assuage you who doesn't like or wish to be bothered by such nonsense, and offer none of the Quran. Because no need of that.

                            BTW, regarding from the thread OP..i was wonder if they don't have any Dewan/perserikatan Orang tua murid, which is always try to control snd keep on eyes with the educator.
                            In here- DK, we try to prevent such a phedophil's case with make a strict rules for the pedagogy/educator i.e, the educator are not allow to be alone with one kids in the privat room if u are opposite gender or at least the door should be open, or not allow to give a bath the kids 0-6 y.o in institution/daycare/nursery.

                            Yesterday just came out in the media that "dewan perserikatan orang tua murid" just made one demand to the government, that's better for kids in kindergarten/nursery not hire a man pedagogy/educator/teacher"...i know it's seams racism , but i just made an example for the capability for parents to give a solutions and advice to the institution/KG/Nursery to avoid this kind of cases.

                            And i have no clue for what exactly happen in JIS...but i would said there is asas "praduga tak bersalah"....but sadly it's going to far that innocence ppl became a victims. (Dunno, CMIIW)

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                            Last edited by sunflower20; 03-06-16, 15:13.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by sunflower20 View Post
                              [COLOR=#333333]
                              Yesterday just came out in the media that "dewan perserikatan orang tua murid" just made one demand to the government, that's better for kids in kindergarten/nursery not hire a man pedagogy/educator/teacher"...i know it's seams racism , but i just made an example for the capability for parents to give a solutions and advice to the institution/KG/Nursery to avoid this kind of cases.

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                              And that unfortunately, is a problem. Lack of male role models early in a child's life can led to problems later, and not inconceivably led to young males growing up without respect for women. Here's an example of why that's an issue.

                              ETA - technically it is sexism, not racism.

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