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  • #31
    Hate to ruin the party, but I much prefer women who are up-front, make their intentions very clear and get me to sign an indemnity certificate in case of misadventure. Bit like flying a plane. I wouldn't want them put in jail for manslaughter if my heart gave out As for Sweden, the OP may have seen the 'Kingsman Circle' film which revolves around a tarty Swedish princess. She's not the only addict because there's a global epidemic (in the film - the US President wants all addicts caged, stacked high inside baseball areas and left to die). Case of Trump's 'Fek Noos' if Swedish society are saying: 'No not all are girls are like that!'
    Whereabouts of Princess Tilde of Sweden is revealed
    Last edited by look4swissmiss; 01-10-2018, 03:09 PM.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Hades91 View Post
      The reasons why they rape lie on the hand. Mostly that any non-muslim girl is 'outlawed' whore according to belief they have been tough and western culture, law and society is seen as inferior because of its tolerance and lack of aggressiveness.
      Sure this is all part of it.

      Originally posted by Hades91 View Post
      The western political correctness what is indoctrinated with postmodern bullshit and divided through cultural Marxism, tries to avoid particular topic at all costs. Especially feminists which should made here a storm are calm and submissive like Cinderellas in stepmother's kitchen. They prefer to embrace hijab as new sign of solidarity with so terrible oppressed Muslims by white evil males (alias patriarchy), then to fight for harder sentences and more awareness for rape in the west or rights for women in islamic countries which remove their hijabs as a sign of fight against islamic oppression.
      To understand why this is the case, you need to understand how postmodernism really works. This is rather terrifying to say the least - and involves going through "theory" which is beyond the boundaries of the clinically insane. The closest example of this in action is the torture of Winston Smith by O'Brien in 1984. All about lying to yourself to submit yourself to power and the powerful.

      Originally posted by Hades91 View Post
      The next problem especially in Sweden is that their males are terrified of confrontation with Muslims. As I've read a report about rapes on swedish music festival, where a horde of Muslims insulted robed and sexual assaulted several girls, i thought what would happen here in poland in such case. I think if the security wouldn't do their job (what is purpose on security on festivals, i worked a time long in such security firm) then random polish guys would beat the shit out of those muslims. Swedish men are too indoctrinated and have no civil courage at all, calling police and waiting on them isn't often a solution to resolve a dangerous situation for other person. Even a guy who beats a women or a child needs to be stopped immediately, because something like that can escalate so quickly that police isn't able to react so fast.
      In most parts of Australia, in Bulgaria and many other parts of the world, I'm sure that they would have copped a beating also. I've personally witnessed lesser criminals in Bulgaria copping a very serious beating after getting caught stealing and I've heard first hand accounts of what had happened to someone who was molesting someone else. Not nice...

      Problem is, Sweden has become "too civilised" to the point that they forget that there are others out there who don't have such good intentions towards other people.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by RoyofSupratik View Post

        This should be the most scientific way to tackle this issue. But its also true that too much scientific policies takes away the natural flow of our life. It gradually makes us lifeless.
        Well I study law, so that is what I'm intrested in regarding this topic. Didn't really think about women etc
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        • #34
          Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

          Well I study law, so that is what I'm intrested in regarding this topic. Didn't really think about women etc
          If you're studying Civil law, you cannot overlook significant Criminal division cases. Surprisingly, no one's mentioned the Scandinavian age of 'criminal intent' is much higher than in England (I'm excluding Scotland as that's a special case). Compare the Bulger case where 10-y-olds were locked away, verses certain Scandinavian cases where 15-yo offenders were patted on the head by the Judiciary and sent back to their families. Practically this means that vikings can rape and pillage well into their teens, just like their ancestors. No change there then.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by look4swissmiss View Post

            If you're studying Civil law, you cannot overlook significant Criminal division cases. Surprisingly, no one's mentioned the Scandinavian age of 'criminal intent' is much higher than in England (I'm excluding Scotland as that's a special case). Compare the Bulger case where 10-y-olds were locked away, verses certain Scandinavian cases where 15-yo offenders were patted on the head by the Judiciary and sent back to their families. Practically this means that vikings can rape and pillage well into their teens, just like their ancestors. No change there then.
            Well, ok, but the age is not at issue here. I'm just intrested how this "explicit consent" concept is supposed to look like. If two parties just have an oral agreement, no one will be able to prove it. So only written contract is reasonable option here. Can you imagine signing a contract before sex?
            Also, a matter of proving the whole thing (e.g. that there was no breach of a contract) seems very problematic.
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            • #36
              Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
              Here's a humourous look at what women have to go through when reporting a rape. It may help you understand why some women prefer to stay silent...



              yes, unfortunately that is still the reality.
              In dir muß brennen, was du in anderen entzünden willst. What you wish to kindle in others must burn within yourself. [Aurelius]

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              • #37
                Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

                Well, ok, but the age is not at issue here. I'm just intrested how this "explicit consent" concept is supposed to look like. If two parties just have an oral agreement, no one will be able to prove it. So only written contract is reasonable option here. Can you imagine signing a contract before sex?
                Also, a matter of proving the whole thing (e.g. that there was no breach of a contract) seems very problematic.
                to earn your PhD in law you must open your mind a bit. A written contract is by far not the only possibility. How about a witness? You could make it a habit to have sex never again with less than three people minimum. And I think oral proposals will be pleasantly accepted over written ones from the majority of females as well .
                In dir muß brennen, was du in anderen entzünden willst. What you wish to kindle in others must burn within yourself. [Aurelius]

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Suna123 View Post

                  to earn your PhD in law you must open your mind a bit. A written contract is by far not the only possibility. How about a witness? You could make it a habit to have sex never again with less than three people minimum. And I think oral proposals will be pleasantly accepted over written ones from the majority of females as well .
                  Suna123 a witness of what? You suggest that people agree for sex with witness standing and listening? I'm sure gossip makers would love such solution, but for example I wouldn't.
                  Verbal proposals are no proof of anything. It's just my word against yours and infinite possiblity of abuse and manipulation.
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

                    Well, ok, but the age is not at issue here. I'm just intrested how this "explicit consent" concept is supposed to look like. If two parties just have an oral agreement, no one will be able to prove it. So only written contract is reasonable option here. Can you imagine signing a contract before sex?
                    Also, a matter of proving the whole thing (e.g. that there was no breach of a contract) seems very problematic.
                    Problem for the Swedish judicatory is whether or not "explicit consent" was given from the outset. Ideally I would call this scenario the 'closed door' policy. Once the door is closed, neither party will want to stop and say "sign this!" mid-way through so-called 'foreplay'. To answer the EQ, Yes, I can imagine signing a contract with a Swedish 'Ex' (who's 60) once the door was shut. Having said that, once I turned her down. So, if she came back, most likely she'd not come armed with a sheet of paper and a pen I guess at PhD thesis level you would do well to consider 'malice aforethought' as a causal possibility. Unfortunately one or two psychotic 'Ex' s I've known still have a seductive woman's touch but can return at any time (ie: much later in life).
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

                      Suna123 a witness of what? You suggest that people agree for sex with witness standing and listening? I'm sure gossip makers would love such solution, but for example I wouldn't.
                      Verbal proposals are no proof of anything. It's just my word against yours and infinite possiblity of abuse and manipulation.
                      I'm disappointed you changed your oral proposal into a verbal one. Oral ones could be way more efficiently
                      In dir muß brennen, was du in anderen entzünden willst. What you wish to kindle in others must burn within yourself. [Aurelius]

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Suna123 View Post

                        I'm disappointed you changed your oral proposal into a verbal one. Oral ones could be way more efficiently
                        Omg women are such pervs these days
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Suna123 View Post

                          to earn your PhD in law you must open your mind a bit. A written contract is by far not the only possibility. How about a witness? You could make it a habit to have sex never again with less than three people minimum. And I think oral proposals will be pleasantly accepted over written ones from the majority of females as well .
                          Or that every act of sex - between two or more consenting adults ("the consenting parties") - must be recorded in a standard video format and submitted to an appropriate platform, pornhub being perhaps a model which legislators might wish to follow, for viewing by any interested party in order, or course, to determine that the said acts of sex were indeed performed by the said parties and were indeed with the consent of all those involved.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

                            Suna123 a witness of what? You suggest that people agree for sex with witness standing and listening? I'm sure gossip makers would love such solution, but for example I wouldn't.
                            Verbal proposals are no proof of anything. It's just my word against yours and infinite possiblity of abuse and manipulation.
                            Any agreement must be provable in court should one of the parties feel they were taken advantage of afterwards. A written contract witnessed by a notary public or a lawyer would protect both parties in the event of litigation.

                            Love is dangerous. You must always have protection: birth control, condoms and a notarized agreement.

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                            • #44
                              i suppose I know how leftists imagine this retarded idea, because i've just seen it on netflix.
                              A guy is kissing a girl and asks "are you sure you want this"? A girl confirms. After a while guy asks once again: "I can stop at any time if you don't want this". A girl still confirms that she wants.
                              ^
                              This is probably how leftist idiots imagine this "explicit consent" idea. Which is of course retarded because such "yes I want that" in such verbal form has absolute 0 value in court. A girl may say yes I want that and still in court say "no I didn't want that, he did rape me". And what now.
                              Seriously leftists are fuckin retarded creatures
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

                                Any agreement must be provable in court should one of the parties feel they were taken advantage of afterwards. A written contract witnessed by a notary public or a lawyer would protect both parties in the event of litigation.

                                Love is dangerous. You must always have protection: birth control, condoms and a notarized agreement.

                                Yes, that's why I've been asking about the form of such consent. A written contract in a notarial deed form... well that would be funny
                                Not to mention even that doesn't solve the problem of potential breach of a contract
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