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The foetus is too far gone to be aborted

Dear Editor,

It is obvious that the management of the school in Betty’s Estate that is currently under scrutiny has not been forthright with the public. With baited breath, we waited for substantial information, but got nothing more than what was already known. As the denial lingers, the clouds of suspicion just multiplies. The institution must realise that the only way to remove this doubt, is to face the reality and come clean. It would have been more understandable if the alleged sexual misconduct did involve two minors; but when the implication surrounds a principal, who is charged with the authority to guide, then the situation is different. Therefore, it cannot be handled in this secretive and dispassionate manner.

To stress further, the fact that management did not have the decency to inform the parents and Education Minister until a week later, speaks volumes as to why our education system is in shambles today. What message is this management sending to the children, parents, staff and the general public? This is why so many persons do believe in religion because here is a classic example of a so called religious organization that is tip toeing on the very biblical principles that govern its institution – an organization that drowns its employees in rules of morality but dodges the opportunity to exhibit what it preaches.

The questions that float in my mind are: Is this preferential treatment or class justice? What is the difference between this case and the one with the basketball coach who is behind bars? Wasn’t he incriminated based on text messages to minors? How come the coach was held until he was sentenced and the principal in question was released after a few hours? And why aren’t the police asking others to come forward in this case? It is also clear, that the police see what they choose to look for, but time is longer than twine, as the foetus is too far gone to be aborted.

The parents of these students should try not to worry too much because whatever is done in the dark will come to light. It is their obligation to pay attention to the adults who associate with their children. Now more than ever, they need to analyze the demeanour of paedophiles. As I have mentioned several times before, child molesters are the most transparent persons within our society, but we overlook the warning signs again and again.

This group of persons is so aware of this fact, which has enabled them to stay on top of their game until they make that final mistake. Parents, you need to know that paedophiles are very meticulous in their behaviour. They calculate every move and they also monitor us 24/7. The moment we slip up, they take full control, the way hackers do.

Let’s take a brief look into the demeanour of paedophiles. Generally, they are quiet by nature (it does not mean that all quiet persons are this way) and very charismatic (which is the weapon that they use to capture their prey). This means that child molesters can turn straws into gold and bring the moon to you and you have no idea how this happens. They could be confronted with an accusation that is the vilest in nature, you get upset to the point where you want to hurt them and they just stay as calm as a flat sea. Why? They already test your temperament and so in the heat of the moment they just block you out and start to calculate their next move on how to defile the system.

Paedophiles never admit to their actions because in their sick minds they see absolutely nothing wrong with having sex with a child. They will cry with you and mesmerize you to the point where you now feel sorry for them. This is how powerful paedophiles are, because they have mastered this skill just to throw you off guard.

So parents beware and beware! Your job is to quit depending on the justice system, religious groups or even a school to protect your children. You have to educate yourself on this evil that is plaguing society, so you can teach your children how to set boundaries, whether it relates to older children or adults. And, always remember that the true individual is what he or she does in his or her personal life. So, rest assured, because no matter how they try to conceal the foetus, it is only a matter of time before the stomach becomes visible.

Joslyn Morton

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