When I was an Asst SM back in the 70’s there was virtually no rules in place...it wasn't until about 1980(in response to a successful lawsuit about molestation in Portland[it always seems to be Portland])that notice was started being taken. I became active again in 1993 as Charter Org Rep and most of the rules we see now were in place. The past few years has seen some additional rules added. In my opinion, the BSA is on top of the problem now. And they certainly stand a head above all other volunteer groups on this issue. The fact that they were even keeping files in the 80’s proves to me that they were sincere in protecting the youth, but lacked a model to refer to...they had to make it up as they went along.
posted on 03/25/2010 9:56:34 AM PDT
(Now that the libs are in power dissent is not only unpatriotic, but, it is also racist.)
When I was an Asst SM back in the 70s there was virtually no rules in place”
There were no rules because queers knew better than to attack boys in such an organization—they would have been smashed to the ground like the filth they are. Queers continue to gain ground and are becoming more bold in their attempts to capture more boys in contemporary society. Keep in mind, ancient Rome allowed queers to own (aka adopt), sell, and use young boys for whatever purpose they desired.
posted on 03/25/2010 11:03:30 AM PDT
((Read "The Grey Book" for an alternative to corruption in DC))
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