Monday, February 4, 2013

Don't believe the lies!

Don't believe the lies!
Many times people who have committed a sex crime, or were the victim of one, therapists, the media, and others will tell you that "there is no cure," or "you will always be a victim!"

Don't believe the lies!

When someone gets hurt in a car crash and is paralyzed, the doctor may tell you that you will never walk again, or that you will die from cancer in a year or less, only to be proven wrong!

It's a form of brainwashing, hypnosis, or the placebo effect.

Don't believe the lies!

Don't buy their poison!
As long as you believe what they say, that you are a monster and cannot be cured, then that is probably what you will become, or if someone continues to tell you that you are a victim and will always be a victim, instead of a survivor, and that you will suffer for life, then chances are, that is what will happen.

Don't believe the lies!

Quit dwelling on the past, which you cannot change, and move on with your life.  Don't let the words of someone define you!

Don't accept their lies!

Remember, the media need victims for "news." Sex, fear and children trigger our deepest emotions, and they know that, it helps them with ratings and profits.

Politicians need victims to help themselves look like "saviors."

Companies need victims for profit.

Prisons need victims to keep the merry-go-round turning, and the profits rolling in. Remember, prison is a business, and money is almost always behind what someone says or does.


WA - Puyallup City Council to Review Zoning Amendment That Prohibits Sex Offender Group Homes

Original Article

If you do not want clustering, you don't need another law, you need to get rid of the residency (buffer zone) laws, then the problem will pretty much go a way. But, like usual, politicians don't think, they just pass more laws to fix other idiotic laws they passed instead of repealing them. Politics as usual!


By Lauren Padgett

The Puyallup City Council will review the first draft of an ordinance that would prohibit clusters of sex offenders and violent felons in residential neighborhoods.

The Puyallup City Council is poised to discuss a zoning amendment that would prohibit clusters of sex offenders from living together in residential neighborhoods.

The council will review the first draft of the ordinance at the regular Feb. 5 meeting, scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall.

This piece of city law would prohibit two or more sex offenders from living under the same roof in any residential zone in Puyallup. It also requires that the property owner must submit and receive a conditional use permit (CUP) before allowing two or more sex offenders or violent felons from living in the same residence within the city's central business district and zones. The city would not issue a CUP if a similar permit has already been issued for another dwelling within 880 feet. The CUP process requires a public hearing before the hearing examiner and allows Puyallup leaders to seek conditions that address public safety and welfare.

The ordinance also would add a new chapter to Puyallup's business licensing regulations, allowing the city to impose additional conditions in a business license to address harmful impacts on the community from certain businesses such as airports, hazardous waste facilities, and facilities where two or more sex offenders reside. For example, the city could require a "significant impact business" to provide high amounts of liability insurance, to post a bond, or provide other types of security.

The council will discuss these law changes, but a vote on the ordinance is not expected.

See the full agenda here.