Lolicaust: South Korean Court Decides Drawings and Child Porn are the Same Thing

Spartacus
Daily Stormer
November 14, 2019

If a guy who cuts his dick off can be a woman, why couldn’t a cartoon have (((human rights)))?

Telegraph:

South Korea’s Supreme Court has overturned a lower court decision and ruled that sexually explicit drawings of teenagers in “anime” cartoons and “manga” comics should be considered images of child sexual abuse.

There were no children involved, you idiots.

It’s literally like giving you hundreds of years in jail for a car accident in GTA.

After issuing its ruling on Thursday, the court ordered a retrial for the operator of a file-sharing web site accused of violating the child protection law for distributing video clips that included depictions of characters in school uniforms engaging in explicit sex acts, The Korea Herald reported.

The defendant, only identified by his surname, Lim, had previously been found guilty of sharing pornography for profit for nearly three years from May 2010 and fined GBP 3,378.

Lower courts had stated, however, that it was “unreasonable” to prosecute him on charges of disseminating images of children being abused simply because the characters in animated drawings wore school uniforms and had a “young appearance”.

The lower courts said more evidence that the characters were under the legal age of consent would be required to go ahead with a prosecution.

What evidence?

How do you prove a cartoon’s age?


This is a centenarian. Seriously.

How do these people even finish law school when they’re this retarded?

The Supreme Court has overturned those decisions, ruling, “In the perspective of a common individual in our society, the contents of the videos demonstrate what can be seen to be teenagers”.

It is not clear what punishment Lim might face, as child campaigners have been critical of the 18-month prison term given recently to a South Korean national who ran one of the most extensive dark web child abuse sites ever uncovered.

Law enforcement officials in 18 countries around the world, including Britain, announced in October the break-up of the Welcome to Video child pornography web site, which was operated by Jong Woo Son.

The site relied on the anonymous Bitcoin cryptocurrency trasnsactions to sell access to 250,000 videos depicting child abuse, authorities said. In connection with the case, authorities rescued 23 underage victims in the United States, Britain and Spain.

How many of those 23 victims were 2D?

Why is this even mentioned?

You gave a low sentence to a guy involved in real child porn, and somehow this means you have to criminalize drawings?

How does that even make any sense?

CARTOONS ANIME AREN’T PEOPLE YOU RETARDS!!!

The South Korean court’s decision is also in contrast to authorities in Japan, the home of anime and manga.

The Japanese government finally passed legislation in 2014 that outlawed the possession of imaged of child sexual abuse, but did not criminalise sexually explicit images of children in anime and manga.

Campaigners against child pornography were unable to defeat Japan’s powerful comic and animated movie industry, which successfully argued that as the images were merely drawings there were no “victims” and therefore no crime was being perpetrated.

The Koreans aren’t doing this because they “care for the children” or some other retarded shit like that, they’re doing it because most of this stuff comes from Japan, and they’re currently in a conflict with them.

But there’s a bigger plan here.

The United Nations has been trying for a long time to criminalize stuff like this, even though everybody who works for that organization hecks children on a regular basis – which would be ironic if this weren’t a Jewish institution.

Now, ask yourself – why would anybody who cares about pedophilia give more attention to cartoons than to real child rape, like the industrial-scale gang rapes done by Moslems in the UK?

Well, the answer is that they don’t give a shit about children, they give a shit about arresting political dissidents, people like us.

Many of you reading this already live in countries where dozens of people are getting arrested every day for meanposting online, so think long and hard about how much worse it could get with laws like these.

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