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Australian Judge Rules that Cultural Differences Allow Afghan Refugee to Rape Western Women!

An Australian Judge ruled that a young Afghan refugee could not be expected to contain himself around bikini-clad women because of cultural differences.

The young man knew his actions were wrong. He even asked the lifeguard while being detained at the beach if he could simply say sorry and go home.

There is no excuse for any behavior that violates other’s rights and dignity, and this boy knew that.

Philosophers and psychologists have long believed that babies are born “blank slates,” and that it is the role of parents and society to teach babies the difference between right and wrong; good and bad; mean and nice.

But a growing number of researchers now believe differently. They believe babies are in fact born with an innate sense of morality, and while parents and society can help develop a belief system in babies, they don’t create one. A team of researchers at Yale University’s Infant Cognition Center, known as The Baby Lab, showed us just how they came to that conclusion.

They begin with a puppet show. In this show, a gray cat is seen trying to open a big plastic box. The cat tries repeatedly, but he just can’t open the lid all the way. A bunny in a green T-shirt comes along and helps open the box. Then the scenario is repeated, but this time a bunny in an orange T-shirt comes along and slams the box shut before running away. The green bunny is nice and helpful. The orange bunny is mean and unhelpful.

The baby is then presented with the two bunnies from the show. A staff member who doesn’t know which bunny was mean and which bunny was nice will offer both bunnies at the same time to the baby. The baby’s mother, who is usually present during the study, closes her eyes so as not to influence the baby in any way.

Which bunny do the babies choose? More than 80% of the babies in the study showed their preference for the good bunny, either by reaching for the good bunny or staring at it. And with 3-month-olds, that number goes higher, to 87%.

So what does this tell us? Paul Bloom, author of “Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil” and a professor of psychology at Yale, says these studies show that even before babies can speak or walk, they judge good and bad in the actions of others because they are born with a rudimentary sense of justice.

Science reveals that the young Afghan man clearly knew that his actions were wrong.

Trying to break down basic human decency while promoting PC culture are deliberate strategies for destroying American society. An oppressed, broken people will need a savior. They will be took weak to fight back against the government seizing their assets, rights and freedom.

Via Yahoo News and CNN