The July-August installment of Eyeshot includes a story called "Last Days" by Mike Ingram, an "essay" by Kevin Hyde "about" Robert Bolaño, seven terrible good reasons to quit your job and work on your novel, a collection of impressions of a few Brat Pack books, the first installment of Q&A with an aluminum shark, and not much more!
“The internet is free, but not lawless,” says Hans Guyt, director of campaigns at Terre des Hommes Netherlands. We want governments to adopt proactive investigation policies that give law enforcement agencies the mandate to actively patrol public Internet hotspots where this child abuse is taking place every day.
The child predators doing this now feel that the law doesn’t apply to them,” he adds.
Whenever we separate the world into ‘them’ and ‘us’, whenever we accept blind generalizations and cease to see a unique individual before us, whenever we forget we are all victims of carefully orchestrated deceit and deception for wealth and power, the force of darkness wins.
Bullets will never win this struggle, only the heart and mind will.”which has been making the rounds on Facebook and was also recently picked up by some mainstream media, we’ve included it here.
Despite the fact that webcam child sex tourism is banned by most national and international laws, only 6 perpetrators worldwide have been convicted of this crime.