Saturday, February 18, 2006

Mormon voyeur arrested


An assistant professor at Brigham Young University, Robert Jackson, has resigned after his arrest. The professor at this Mormon university was arrested because he used a hidden video camera to tape a 14-year-old girl.

Police had found a video of the girl stripping on a laptop computer belonging to BYU. Police confiscated the computer and brought the man in for questioning where he readily admitted his involvement.

Jackson himself not only taught at the Mormon school but is also a graduate from the school. Jackson has been employed at the university since 1988.

15 Comments:

Blogger Derreck said...

Once more I find myself cruising on your site, and once more I am disgusted by the shear dehumanising actions of the religious world. A man a-his age should know better, and if he's doin' this kindah sickening things now, I bet he's done it more. Those damned people should certainly be locked away, never to be seen again. He almost disgusts me more than that guy you had on the last page of your site a few days ago, the asshole with the "FAGS DIE GOD LAUGHS" sign in his fuckin' hand. Die yourself asshole! Man I hate that kindah people, make me sick.
I think people should not focus on hating the other, but try to find a better way to spend their lives with that little fucked-up brains of 'em.

Yours, D.A. Becker

February 19, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

Well, I posted my thoughts multiple times today, but I just wanna thank you to supply this information. I bet you've been smiling ear-to-ear on this one. Yeah, I think some people of religion are really disgusting personalities. And to add, I think religion is a way to hide your fucked up little mind. I have reasons for these suspiscions which I rather not share.
Anyway, thanks again Nogodzone.

Yours, D.A. Becker

February 19, 2006

 
Blogger Publius II said...

Certainly you realize that people inside and outside of various religions and religious organizations are equally depraved. I find it interesting that you pinpoint those who associate with certain religions, and in fact ANY religion, to ridicule for their mistakes and character flaws.

In fact, the above comments from Mr. Becker sounds an awful lot like the "hating one another." Does it not?

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger GodlessZone said...

If religionists said: "I am only a human being. I know nothing about the will of divine being. I claim no special relationship with some god. I have zero desire to tell others how they must live." If they said that I would happily conceded no differences between them and others. It is there claim to a relationship to a god and all the ways that increases their desires to issues orders to, preach to, or control others that makes them legitimate targets. It is the god concept that they use like a weapon to shut off debate. One can not debate with them since in the end they appeal to god's will and nothing you say can now convince them otherwise.

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Publius II said...

I'm not sure if you lump me with the ones you call "religionists" or not, but as you know, I am more than open to healthy debate. But of course I respect your wishes to keep these comments from becoming too long as well, so I'll try to keep my rebuttals short.

1. If we (as "religionists" do) believe that scripture is in fact true, then we certainly CAN say that we know SOMETHING of God's will. What we cannot say, however, is that we know God's will completely. There are some who are dilusioned enough to say that they do, there is no doubt. Also, it's important to realize that one can easily misunderstand what we THINK God's will is even within the context of scripture. The bible is not the easiest of books to understand, as it was written centuries ago.

2. As for claiming a special relationship with God, it should be noted that any Christian who claims to have a relationship that is "more special" than another Christian's relationship with God, I would certainly be wary of. But the Christian faith certainly IS BASED on a relationship with God, and is available to any who would seek it, according to Scripture.

Aside from those two points, I agree. Most Christians need to keep their opinions to themselves, as that is just what they are, opinions. And most are misguided ones at that.

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger GodlessZone said...

I will make this one response and leave it at that. Publius says "If we believe that scripture is in fact true, then we certainly CAN sayt that we know something of God's will." Note that your argument is: 1) we think the bible is god's word thus 2) we do know some of god's will. This is false. If Muslims think the Koran is god's word that doesn't give them knowledge to a fictional being's will. You simply assume that your belief in the fictions of the Bible are all true. This is why debate is futile. You think god gives you a message. I think that's daft especially in regards to the vicious teachings of that silly book.

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

Well, Publius, you got me there. I agree, I hate some people. But, that is not without reason. You can't say you don't hate this man taping way too young girls. And yeah, hate is a big word. I don't hate entire communities. When I said don't focus on hating the other, I also mentioned "little ficked-up brains." Now, by that I mean the sickening people, often found on this site, or on TV, and even in public. I don't hate christians, nor any religion folks, I just think they're being a bit silly. I hate, yes, but overall, I love everyone who hasn't the fucked-up brain.
And, Publius, you sound like a religiously connected one, are you?

Anyway, Gods are something strange. But religions made by us, humans, are TO ME, pure fiction, with too little fact to really seem true. And besides, there are too many religions to choose from, so what do you think I'm supposed to believe?

I think people can be fine people in religion, and that people outside religion can be disgusting. But the truth is, it turns around now and then. And I must say, people who are religious leaders, or teachers, make me feel sick more than non-believers. Do you not think it is hard to keep faith to religion when you witness a priest raping under-age boys IN A FUCKING CHURCH???
Such a thing happened to my father, he became an atheist, and it is the people who disgust me, that I hate, and my hatried lays only to with that one person.

Yours, D.A. Becker

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

P.S. Godlesszone, I totally stand with you on your point, wether or not one should put faith in a religion. I think people should just believe what they like, but really, when you start discussing religion, there's no way back, and an eternity ahead with boring yes and no, did and did not, just like 12-year-olds.
Oh, Publius, religion is not God in my eyes. Religion, is to me a word for a man-made guide and in many occasions explenation to 'miracles.' So no offence to any God, hell! There may be one watching right now. But I don't really care, you believe believe what you like, and I hate, who I find worthy hating.

Yours once more, D.A. Becker

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Publius II said...

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February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

Publius, do you mean BIBLE when saying SCRIPTURES, or is it also the Koran etc.?

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

Thank you for the blessing, my friend, unfortunately I have not the luxury you have, though I know it is well within my reach. Therefor, I shall thank you, and give you my respect, which I have for you sincerely.

Say, publius, what's the time at your place? It's 21:40 here, just to check time zone...

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger GodlessZone said...

Once more for clarity: Publius, I said that it is inappropriate to use this site to promote your faith. You ignore that and do it again. As I said, when churches allow open debate over their faith I will consider doing the same thing. Your church wouldn't let me preach to them on contradiction in the Bible so I don't see why you assume that atheists should open their property to you to push your theology. If you want a debate site open one up. It is not a question of whether I wish to participate in a debate per se. It is a question of why you assume it is my obligation to provide such a forum to you. I am sure there are sites which are debate sites. If so join one. If not, start one. This is not the site. That is why your last sermon is being deleted.

February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Publius II said...

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February 20, 2006

 
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February 20, 2006

 
Blogger Derreck said...

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February 21, 2006

 

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