Alice Day 2010: A Day For Those Who Rape Little Girls
(Please see the bottom of this post for an update involving several comments to this by a self-described pedophile, including a screen shot and what was discussed on B.A.C.A. Nation. Or click here for the screenshot and here for the comments.)
I have posted about Alice Day in the past, but it needs repeating every year, including new insight I have learned since the previous year’s pedo child rape day. I do apologize for the late posting of this. Although it is not yet Alice Day, the “Girl Lovers” treat the entire month of April as a celebration.
I want to say right from the beginning that those who openly celebrate Alice Day are only a small fraction of the predators out there. Most child abusers keep their activity private and fear coming out with their sexual preferences for children.
There are those, however, who are activists. They are involved in the push to legalize pedophilia, desensitize America to the sexualization of children, legalize child pornography, and end Megan’s Law and the Sex Offender Registry. They are outspoken and have no problem speaking in public about what they consider the beauty of sex with children.
These people are not the majority and should not be seen as making it easy for us to spot abusers. Just because you see someone exhibiting an item on the list of ways to celebrate Alice Day, do not assume all pedophiles are exposing their secret. Many know what they are doing is wrong and are afraid of being caught. Even the ones who believe they aren’t doing anything wrong have the sense to fear retribution from parents, law enforcement, and the public.
The ones who have no qualms about advertising what they are do not represent the majority of abusers, but understand that they are the most dangerous. They are the ones who have made it a life mission to make it acceptable in this country to rape your child.
Below is a re-posting of how these men and women predators celebrate Alice Day. Keep in mind that this is merely a collective of behaviors they exhibit year ’round. This month is different only because they celebrate it as a group. Think of it like breast cancer awareness. We combat cancer daily but have designated a month to take the fight to a grander scale for more public show of support.
In addition to this posting, I have a page set up for you to print. This is a summed up watchlist that can be carried with you at all times. I have been asked by B.A.C.A. about having something like this available because they will be going on Child Abuse Prevention Month rides. Please feel free to print it out and fold it up for your pocket or your purse, and remember to discuss this with your kids. They need to know the signs of a predator, too!
Alice Day is a celebration by pedophiles and child rapists, who have distorted the relationship between Alice Liddell and Charles Dodgson – author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (though you know him by his pen name of Lewis Carroll). They claim there was a sexual relationship between he and the child just because he would take her and other children on rowing trips telling them stories he would create through his own imagination. This has become known as “the Alice myth” and has absolutely no foundation in truth.
This was accompanied by the naming of the pedophile site used to lure young girls in a way to introduce them to sex with older men, the site named Annabelliegh, or Girl Chat. This is their twisted distortion of Edgar Alan Poe’s poem, Annabel Lee.
The pedophiles and child rapists have adopted what they call “Alice Day” in celebration of who they revere as a pedophile’s hero and their own sick ideas of little Alice and children like her, of enticing children with stories and any other means to gain a victim.
There are many ways pedophiles and sexual predators will celebrate this day and this month :
1. Find activities in their area involving children – such as parties, park outings, sporting events
– They will watch the children, photograph the children, and attempt to have a BM or GM, which stands for “Boy Moment” and “Girl Moment”. This includes a conversation with the child, in which they could gain information to get to the child at a later date. However, this could also include just sitting back watching a particular child at play.
They appraise a child’s form as if it were that of a stripper in a club, and they write the moment down later for their friends – online and in real life – with added feelings of desire they had while exploring the child’s body with their eyes and filthy mind.
Please keep in mind that a child does not have to be nude or in a bathing suit to be visualized that way by these people.
2. Seek victims for themselves
– either through the first option or by riding around looking for easy targets: children walking alone, children playing outside with no supervision, children wandering in a store with an inattentive parent… I don’t have to tell you the rest as “victim” says it all.
3. Seek victims for others – through option 1 as well as option 2.
The information they attain through their Boy or Girl moment is not always kept to themselves, especially on Alice Day. They get that information and share it to their pedophilia ring friends so that others will have a chance at acquiring a victim at a later date. The children they snare also often become shared sexual toys for themselves as well as others in their group.
4. Wear pink and Girl Logo images.
(from Save Alice)
I will be wearing my GLogo t-shirt with my GLogo pendent for all to see!!!. I guess I will be doing what I do everyday, just hangout with friends and maybe if it’s nice out, skateboard a bit etc. I don’t have a LGF so I won’t be spending anytime with little girls or boys but I will go to the park and LG watch. I also try to do a bit of CL activism on Alice Day or any day for that matter, in the sense that every time I see an opportunity I drop off a few pamphlets, flyers and cards that I always carry around in my backpack.
I will be spending the day at a local market filled with beautiful LG’s. Kinda boring, but I will at least be wearing a pink t-shirt. I doubt anyone will catch on, but you never know
I think the t-shirt thing is just to wear any kind of a pink shirt on Alice Day. That way if any asks if you’re a pedo, you can claim you have no idea what they’re talking about…and how dare they insinuate such a thing! lol.
At this time and at ANY time during the year, photos and stories of children are precious to these people, and they will even pay money for them and for addresses and personal information of targets.
(Currently, there is a huge problem on Facebook with pedophile groups posing as parent groups for photo sharing of children. NEVER EVER post your child’s photo online! Many of these parents lured into belonging to these groups, also, have their addresses and kids names and ages on their public profile. I have met parents on Facebook who have been written to by pedophiles there thanking them for their images and informing the parents of the sick fantasies they will be thinking while masturbating to their thoughtful contributions to the group’s photo albums.)
A lot of times, the person acquiring this information isn’t even a pedophile, themselves. They are just in it for the money from the sales of the photos and information that a pedophile and child predator can use to get their target.
Also remember that men are not the only perpetrators. Women make up a small percentage of sexual predators and abusers, but they DO exist. Even so far as to pimp out their own children for drugs or other selfish reasons.
I’m sure you’re wondering what can be done to spot or stop these people. You can’t very well go accusing every person you see in a public venue of being a sexual predator, nor should you be paranoid. Just careful.
It’s always better safe than sorry, but there is always common sense.
For instance: if you see a lone person with no children sitting nearby staring at the children at play, it’s a pretty good chance he’s there for less than honorable reasons. Particularly if he/she has a camera and no credentials to any claim of being a reporter – which should also be questioned and dealt with as any parent would by calling the editor of his paper to check his story should he say this.
If you are quite certain you’ve spotted someone with ulterior, twisted motives for watching your child or others at play, call the police immediately. Confrontation with a group of concerned parents also works. No violence is necessary as these people fear being caught at their private game and will quickly vacate the area. You, also, send a strong message that your children are protected and NOT easy targets!
A sample conversation can go something like this:
Parent: “Excuse me, why are you here?”
Suspect: “Just enjoying the day. Why do you ask?”
Parent: “Are you taking photos of my child?”
Suspect: “Oh, of course not! I was taking photos of that tree there. I’m sorry if your child was in the shot, but it wasn’t my intention.”
Parent: “Please leave or I will call the police.”
Suspect: “This is a public park. I can be where I want to.”
Parent: Stand in between his view and your child while you dial 911 and report to them that there is a person taking photos of your child and he/she refuses to stop.
No need for physical confrontation and you can have your conversation as loudly as you please so other parents in the area see what is happening. Do not take this person’s word for it and do not have a lengthy conversation with them. They know what they are doing is wrong and if they can engage you in a conversation, you are giving them the power to put your mind at ease. This is called Grooming. Their feelings do not matter. Your child is depending upon you to keep them safe, not a stranger. Always keep that in mind when you feel you lack the courage for confrontation.
Now you know about Alice Day and tactics of pedophiles. How do you keep your child safe?
ALWAYS teach children not to talk to strangers.
ALWAYS teach children to never give personal information to a stranger.
ALWAYS teach children to never give the information of another child to a stranger.
ALWAYS teach children to scream, “NO!” and “STRANGER!” very loudly if they encounter someone asking questions or trying to get them to come with them.
ALWAYS teach children to use a secret or safe word or password and to NEVER tell ANYONE, not even their friends, what this word is.
You should, also, discuss police officers with your child. Teach them how to spot a real officer from someone posing as one: “No, sweety, I’m sorry but I don’t know the safe word. Your mommy/daddy was too hurt to tell me. You can trust me because I’m a police officer/fireman/doctor.” This is NOT okay!
They should tell a teacher or another parent right away. If the person is real, they will be happy to supply proper credentials and will be glad the child was so careful.
Remember, too, that uniforms are a dime a dozen – figuratively speaking. Official vehicles, however, are a bit harder to come by. It’s one thing for a person dressed in a “uniform” to tell the child the plain car is undercover, and another when the car actually has the decals, lights, and sirens.
There are certain kinds of children predators go for. Remember that predators are patient. They could be watching a potential target for weeks, sometimes months, before striking. They want to be sure the target meets their criteria before they strike. You should remember that children want to please adults. They want praise and to feel special. They can either get this from home or from the stranger offering it to them if they would only come with them.
Some of the markings of a perfect target are:
1. Always alone
2. Latch-key kid
3. Parents/Guardians are either hardly around the child or are always too busy to talk to/spend time with the child
4. Always dirty, hungry – suggests the child is not being cared for at home and the parents don’t pay attention to the child’s needs
5. Is always being reprimanded or admonished by parents or guardians – as if they can do no right or are not trusted
6. Is taught to keep secrets, or is in an environment – like abuse – where secrets are a normal thing
7. Has not been taught to not talk to strangers
Now, a lot of these things are also the markings of a child someone wants to care about; however, in the case of a sexual predator, these signs of neglect are the markings of a child whose abuse will go unnoticed or of a child who won’t be believed should they come forward.
There are what’s called “grooming techniques”. They include:
1. Being a confident to a lonely child
2. Constantly praising a child who is told otherwise at home
3. Being innocently affectionate to a child who is given no such attention at home – simple hugs, holding hands, pats on the head or back…. All things a parent or guardian would do that in no way suggests sex. That will come in time with longer back rubs, more involved hugging, and so forth.
4. Offering forbidden things: such as alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, pornography, even simple things like candy, ice cream, or sodas the child isn’t allowed at home.
5. Taking the child on outings when mom or dad is too busy. They earn the parents’ confidence first and then play on mom and dad’s need for a sitter.
Anything a parent or guardian should be doing to fulfill a child’s need for love and affection, acceptance and worth but is NOT doing will be fulfilled by the predator in order to gain the child’s trust and compliance.
Every limitation you put on your child, a sign of good parenting, becomes known to predators so they may use this later to entice your child and then threaten to expose the child for disobeying mom and dad if they tell their “little secret.”
A predator will blame the child for allowing him to get so close, blame the child for “flirting”, for “coming onto him”, for “asking for it” by accepting his “love”.
Every good thing the perpetrator did prior to his assault of the child becomes a tool to use against the child to make the child feel it was all his/her fault.
It is NEVER the fault of a child and every child should be taught that they are NEVER to blame if someone touches them inappropriately.
Even if a parent is one who isn’t in the child’s life very often – perhaps through work or divorce or separation – that parent should at the VERY LEAST teach their child that NO ONE has the right to touch their body and that if it ever happens, it is NEVER their fault. Children must be empowered with self-respect and the right to say, “NO!”
Parents/guardians must be sure their child understands that if they are ever touched or assaulted in any way, that child can tell their parent or guardian without fear of being ridiculed or punished. That it is not their fault and the parent or guardian WILL make it right, even if they may not be around for other things. Not being there for a soccer game does NOT mean they won’t be there if someone tries or does hurt their child. The child MUST know and FEEL this is the case.
Remember to be alert not just today, Alice Day, but every day because any time one of these monsters gets close to a child or abuses a child, it is a celebration to them.
I have recently been receiving comments by a suspected pedophile calling “himself” Aristotle. Please look below in the comment section of this post for the two I approved. After Aristotle saw “he” clearly came to the wrong place to defend his evil fascination for children, “he” decided to pretend “he” was several people and left a string of comments for me to approve.
I wanted to share this for two reasons: I like showing the public the mindset of these creatures and I wanted to share the hilarity. Truly, these monsters prey upon children because they are not intellectually equal to adults and cannot manipulate and persuade us the way they can impressionable, naive children. Well, no, that’s wrong. They do occasionally find the dumbass to sympathize with them and fall for their “I’m so sorry. I just need help to change!” routine.
At any rate, I wanted to share with you a screen shot I took of the comments by Aristotle awaiting approval. Please direct your attention to the times, e-mail addresses offered, and IP addresses:
Click for a larger view.
My comments are in the comment field below.