Latina Child Rape Victim Says We Need to Be Nice to Pedophiles

RHEA MARTINEZ, VICTIMIZED BY A PEDOPHILE WHILE A CHILD.

Rhea Martinez comes from the Hispanic culture, which is rife with pedophilia. Hispanics are the worst group of child rapists on the planet. Not even blacks can match the sexual attraction of Hispanic males to children (and to animals for that matter). Among Hispanics, Mexicans are the worst.

From the Daily Stormer:

Now compare to their presence in the general population for likelihood of being a child molester as opposed to an average American:

Hispanics +96%
Blacks +59%
Whites -35%
Other -58%

This lines up with anecdotal reports of high rates of sex crimes in areas overrun aliens from Mesoamerica.

The myth lies shattered.

Hispanics are 2.3 X (135%) more likely to molest children than Whites.

Actually, since lots of crimes by Hispanics never get reported to the authorities, the stats significantly understate the predilection among them for child sex partners.

For some reason, a crazy Latina wants to protect pedophiles from the consequences of their actions.

Vice

“If he would have had a place to go, maybe it would have never happened to me.”

In the days since VICE published a three-part series on vigilante pedophile hunting in Canada, many have accused us of normalizing pedophilia.

The story about Todd Nickerson, a non-offending pedophile who lives near Savannah, Tennessee, seemed to particularly strike a chord—several people emailed and tweeted at me to express “disgust” that I was offering a platform to Nickerson, who says he has never abused a child despite being attracted to young girls.

On Facebook, many of the thousands of commenters suggested that Nickerson and anyone like him be killed or locked up for life, regardless of whether or not they had actually committed a crime.

But Rhea Martinez, who was raped and repeatedly molested by a male family friend as a child, feels differently. Martinez, 28, told VICE she believes society should be more empathetic towards pedophiles before they offend—and that they should have more options for getting help.

“I feel like if he would have had a place to go, maybe it would have never happened to me,” Martinez said.

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