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PUTTING THE CARLOS MOLINA STORY INTO PROPER CONTEXT

The recent arrest of IBF Jr Middleweight World Champion Carlos Molina has made a lot of noise throughout the boxing world. He was all set to defend his title Vs. Jermall Charlo this past Saturday, but his big fight was canceled due to being arrested.

Let’s take a look at some facts here. Let’s put things into the proper context as well. Firstly, Carlos Molina is no sexual predator. The title of “Sex Offender” is a very broad brush. Let me explain. Anyone that has sex with an underage girl should be held accountable, this is not in debate. That said, I think there needs to be some things put into proper context. Full Article

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  1. Q

    It’s nice to finally hear someone describe “the label” as “a very broad brush”; even though the wording this author uses is is annoying and distorts what is really going on with this inquisition of teenagers and young people in general, this includes children/babies, as well as many of us adults too.

    This author doesn’t touch on the cultural differences, even though Molina was raised here since he was two years old. I think it safe to assume his parents instilled many of the cultural norms from their homeland in him, which is not unusual, I know my parent’s did. And let’s face the truth; here in America what is now considered “culture” is in reality a panicked and fearful mindset that goes against the very laws of nature and has spawned a national witch hunt that is undermining the principals this nation was founded upon, and the principals meant to protect it’s citizens. It is one of the factors that is destroying us from within.

    This author and every other author I’ve ever read does not seem to realize or acknowledge that all living things have a “sexual instinct” that awakens at different times in different individuals. The author referrers to this as “dumb teenager.” The people that conceive and push these laws meed to get honest and realize that “sex” cannot be regulated by ill conceived laws. They may as well make it illegal for the wind to blow on Friday’s. The current thought is seemingly that “normal people” do not even realize there is something called “sex” until they reach a certain age and a light suddenly comes on and they then join the “missionary, lights out, eyes closed” crowd, usually with a picture of Adam Walsh or his father on the nightstand to remind them how bad the sexual instinct and sex it’s self really is. That is to say, this is seemingly the way most people have been trained to think, and this is not the reality of the situation; at all. If this sounds ludicrous, ridiculous or just plain insane, the only thing I can say is “Welcome to life in the new and more moral America.”

    This author speaks from a standpoint that it’s normal to destroy lives because people don’t do, think, act and speak within the parameters of this new norm. This athlete’s career and life are going to be destroyed by this cultural insanity. I wonder why this author only notices Molina doesn’t have a historic record of sex offenses; what about the rest of us? What about those of us who’s “crime” didn’t involve sex? The bottom line is that society wants to control “sex” and regularly fails to realize that they can’t. But they continue to try, which makes about as much sense as trying to control the jet stream. Their destructive strategy needs to be re thought. Having said that; Molina needs to beat the holy sh_t out of Jermall Charlo if he ever gets the chance for posting those pictures depicting him as a predator.

  2. Alex

    Shame on the prosecutors, I bet many of those same prosecutors may have done the same thing in high school and shame on the commentators, if committed arson, or poisoned the child (well its a teen), or ran over the child with a car for fear of being labeled a sex offender like fitzroy barnaby who grabbed a child’s arm to chastiste her (teen) for playing the street even though he didn’t try or attempt to actually kidnap her just to watn her.

    Unfortunately, its not easy to reform the laws once the genie is out of the bottle, speaking of wrestling although its one with rules, if one is a violent gang member for instance do they have to register with the government? Well the reason that drug and gang dealers don’t register is because they will be attacked so same principal with sex offenders?

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