Watching president-elect Donald Trump surrounded by Zionist Jews – I bet my Canadian loonie – he will never dare to outlaw porn industry. Porn industry like the Holocaust industry not only is a very lucurative enterprise but like the LGBT is applied by the Organized Jewry to demonize Muslims.
Let’s not forget Donald Trump himself appeared on the front-page of Hugh Hefner’s (Jewish) Playboy magazine and also appeared in 2000 Playboy soft porn video.
Thanks God, the current anti-porn campaign is not run by American Muslim groups but pro-Israel and anti-Muslim Republican lawmakers who filed a resolution declaring pornography as a public health hazard.
In August 2016, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump signed a pledge promising that as president, he would make enforcing existing laws against pornography, especially child pornography, a top priority of his administration.
Ironically, on July 30, 2016, The Jew York Post featured on its cover – two nude photos of Donald Trump’s wife Melania Trump from January 1997 issue of France’s Max Magazine.
Steven Hirsch, aka the Jewish Porn King, founder and co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment, pornography company which produces an average of 60 porn movies, told pro-Israel US News that he doesn’t expect Trump to keep to his promise.
Hirsch said: “I’m not too worried that the ultimate misogynist Donald Trump would enforce the obscenity laws, as I’m quite sure he has no idea what they are. One would think Mr. Trump’s time would be spent on building fake walls and deporting Muslim immigrants.”
Now, before some reader call Trump a hypocrite – remember he is a product of the culture where female is considered an object of male’s sexual pleasure:
On June 10, 2013, Mireille Miller-Young posted at The Jew York Times: “The popular rhetoric about pornography as violent, degrading, and harmful to women and society ignores the diverse ways that women actually interact with it. As a researcher of the porn industry for the past decade, I have interviewed dozens of performers and have found a much more varied picture of pornography in women’s lives than characterized by antiporn activists.”
On June 19, 2015, Cosmopolitan magazine published the story of Kitty Stryker 31, who acts in porn films and works behind-the-scenes at the Indie Queer/Porn Company’s, Trouble Films. She’s also done stints as a professional dominatrix and has been an escort in Britain, where prostitution is legal under certain limited circumstances.
On September 21, 2015, Todd Nickerson posted an article at the SALON saying: “I’m a pedophile but not a monster.”
Jewish professor Emily Rothman (Boston University) says pornography could be healthy.
In United States, not all pornography illegal, and that’s why you may see some of these materials for sale in various retail outlets. Pornography is a way for some adults to express themselves, make a living or find entertainment. These people are free to buy it and own it, businesses are free to make, publish and sell it and adults are free to participate in it in exchange for a paycheck (here).