Lib Dem Politician Said Schools Should Be Able to Suggest Prostitution as a Career – So How About a Meth Chemist?

EDITORIAL: This is the biggest piece of crap propaganda seen yet in the push to legalize the sex slavery of your daughters and granddaughters. They’ve basically been suggesting prostitution as a career choice through their porn industry indoctrination at universities and colleges all over the World. Even our own media pimps have brought pornstars onto their talk shows so they could boast how being gang banged and penetrated in every orifice and then ejaculated on their face while kneeling like a slave was empowering to teen girls and young women.

These same politicians would NEVER suggest telling a teen that being a meth chemist was a career option. They probably would start suggesting boys become pimps and gang bangers. They make a ton of money pimping girls and selling drugs. From a criminal’s viewpoint, these are successful careers!

When it comes to pimping your daughters and granddaughters…there’s a billion dollars in tax money to be made by selling them. You better believe they are heavily weighing their options on how to get their citizens to pimp themselves so they can’t be accused of enslaving their own citizens in sex slavery.

GOVERNMENT SLAVE MASTERS: When a government legalizes the right to buy and sell human beings as sex slaves, they legalize their own right to sell their citizens and take a cut of the pay.

And then they become Recruiter, Pimp and Enforcer!


‘It is a wonderful thing that we are in a party where those sort of views can be expressed and you can have that sort of exchanged’

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron insists he will not “slap down” a councillor who questioned why school careers officers cannot suggest prostitution as a line of work for pupils.

Mr Farron said he disagreed with the view, but elected representatives must be allowed to say “shocking things” to stoke debate.

The row flared after the chairman of Cheltenham Lib Dems, Dennis Parsons, told a special session of the party conference that careers officers were not allowed to suggest prostitution as employment, and then added: “Why shouldn’t they?”

Mr Farron insisted it was a “wonderful thing” that the Lib Dems are a party where such views can be expressed.


Tim Farron has led the Liberal Democrats since 2015 Getty

Mr Parsons used a discussion on how to combat the stigma attached to sex work to compare prostitution with accountancy.

He said: “The fact that we are asking ‘should we seek to prevent people entering sex work?’ is part of the problem. You wouldn’t ask the question ‘should we prevent people becoming accountants?’ You’d just take it for granted.

“There is a stronger case, probably, for that than there is for preventing sex work.

“We have had a chap suggest that one of the areas we need to be concerned about was families coercing people to go into the sex trade. Well, again, you wouldn’t protest at families urging and coercing people into becoming accountants.

“And even in this room full of liberals we have got a huge cultural problem that we do see sex work as different, and we see it as something a little bit tacky, and not quite nice, and not the sort of thing that we would want our sons and daughters to get involved in.

“We talk about schools – how many schools are going to have careers officers say to people, ‘have you thought about prostitution?’

“It’s not going to happen. And that’s a cultural thing. Why shouldn’t they? Why shouldn’t they?”

Mr Farron told the Press Association: “It is a wonderful thing that we are in a party where those sort of views can be expressed and you can have that sort of exchange. They are certainly not my views.

“Drawing the equivalence between sex work and accountancy is not one that I share.

“I think we are in a position where we are a liberal party and it’s not for me to go telling anyone that they can’t have views and share them. That’s how you get to the bottom of these things.

“Actually, if you believe in education – we’re talking about careers – then what you really want is for people to be able to explore ideas, and that means sometimes saying things that are quite shocking, really.

“So, no, I’m not going to go slapping people down. The whole point of having a debate is that you test different opinions and you come out with, on the basis of the evidence, the right solution.”

Delegates heard that decriminalising prostitution would raise £1bn a year for the Treasury in taxes.

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