Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Right, Because Legislation Based on Bullshit And Lies Is Being So Really Effective

March 26, 2013

Despite Increase In Global Child Protection Laws Many Countries Still Do Not Consider Child Pornography A Crime

"Artist Jeff Koons and the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children Say Much More Needs to be Done to Protect Children

During the past seven years, 100 countries have enacted new laws to protect [sic] children from child pornography. However, according to the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), 53 countries still have no law and do not consider child pornography a crime.

The findings are from a new study conducted by The Koons Family Institute on International Law & Policy, founded by world-renowned artist Jeff Koons, which operates as ICMEC's research arm. The new study, "Child Pornography: Model Legislation & Global Review, 7th Edition", is a component of the global campaign against child pornography launched by ICMEC in 2006 to persuade governments and parliaments around the world to change and enact new laws to better protect children [sic]."

"Child Pornography: Model Legislation & Global Review, 7th Edition" (2012)


Jeff Koons 

"In 1991, he married Hungarian-born naturalized-Italian pornography star Cicciolina (Ilona Staller) who for five years (1987–1992) pursued an alternate career as a member of the Italian parliament. While they still maintained a place in Manhattan, Koons and Ilona lived in Munich. In 1992, they had a son, Ludwig.

The marriage ended soon afterward amid allegations that Koons had subjected Staller to physical and emotional abuse. They agreed to joint custody of the child, but Staller left to Rome with the child, where mother and son remain.

A long custody battle ensued with the award of sole custody to Koons by the U.S. court in 1998, which had also dissolved the marriage. However, he ended up losing custody when the case went to Italy's Supreme Court.

In 2008, Staller filed suit against Koons for failing to pay child support."

Now, let us see how the ICMEC spins it ...

"World-renowned artist and International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) Board member Jeff Koons knows the anguish of international child abduction first hand. In the wake of the tragic abduction of his first son ..."


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