Hey, your lgbt+, your contracts, your West and your perversion! The perverted contract that promotes sexual intercourse with children: Lanzarote!

We are quoting the news about the terrible perverted contract published on the digital news platform called Everything on the agenda line by line! Turkey should terminate this contract immediately!
According to the news of Muhammed Deniz in gdh

Although the name was heard for a while with the Istanbul Convention, another contract that was always far from the media bulletins was the Lanzarote Convention. The contract, which defines child abuse and child abuse crime as a subject, also contains interesting contradictions. The agreement signed by the United Kingdom, Russia and Tunisia, in particular the United States and the Papacy, is also in force by all EU countries. The 3 countries that do not accept the convention are Azerbaijan, Armenia and Ireland. Experts warned about the Council of Europe Convention with the first name Lanzarote, which was put into effect 3 years before the Istanbul Convention in Turkey, and that Lanzarote paved the way for the abuse of children for the fashion and porn industry in the world, a much more serious threat in terms of family and child development than the Istanbul Convention. stated that he created it.

Lawyer and writer Muharrem Balcı, who made a statement to gdh on the subject, stated that the Luxembourg Report, which serves as a dictionary of concepts explaining the Lanzarote Convention, was ignored and the said contract contained a threat to Turkish society. Dr. Mücahit Gültekin, on the other hand, drew attention to the importance of the convention that the sexual exploitation of children is legalized by international conventions in the field of international law.

Stating that the contract signed in 46 countries is not implemented in all of these 46 countries, Lawyer Writer Muharrem Balcı said, “The Lanzarote Convention, which entered into force in Turkey on September 10, 2011, is obliged to implement the Turkish Domestic Law. The most basic element of the contract is the definition of child, and the definition of child here defines everyone under the age of 18 as a child, wherever you are in the world. This contract, which defines child abuse and the criminal dimension of child abuse in its sub-description, not only includes these but also includes many details regarding children’s rights. However, when you consider the contract as a whole, you see that the purpose is not to secure children against sexual assaults,” and pointed out that after the articles in which the definition of child was made, the expression of age of consent for children was included.

Official ages of sexual consent in some countries of the Convention

Lowering the age of sexual consent to 13 in Denmark is on the agenda.

Openly paving the way for pedophilia!

Underlining that these expressions cannot have a social equivalent, Balcı said, “We see this definition of sexual consent in 13-14 age groups in some countries in Europe. This openly paves the way for pedophilia, as well as the complete abuse of the ‘child’ defined as under the age of 18. There is no such expression in our society. There is open talk of adultery. It is clear that for individuals who are considered children up to the age of 18, an incentive is sought with a legal equivalent, by putting the expression of the age of sexual consent among the same criteria. Especially in this way, and only with this concept of sexual age of majority, the fashion and porn industry in the world can use children as commodities by taking advantage of this contract,” he said.

Article 2 of the Lanzarote Convention

Underlining that Lanzarote is a great threat, Balcı cited the termination of the Istanbul Convention as an example and said, “President Erdoğan met with non-governmental organizations for an iftar program at the Haliç Congress Center in Istanbul on June 1, 2020. The Istanbul Convention was on the agenda of this program, and the President had used the phrase ‘This is not what it is’. Even then, the first statement came from Numan Kurtulmuş. 15 years before this contract was signed in 2011, the Turkish Penal Code and the Turkish Civil Code entered item by item. The Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdağ also has a statement on the subject.

“Turkey withdrew from the Istanbul Convention, but the Law No. 6284, which is the implementation law of that contract, is currently in effect.”

Minister of Justice Bekir Bozdag

As soon as it is on President Erdogan’s agenda, it will have no effect.

In other words, if the Istanbul Convention is implemented with all its provisions, we can state that there is a moral improvement. The next stage is the gradual handling of the provisions in the laws. It should be known that the Istanbul Convention was not on the government’s agenda, but only on the President’s agenda. In fact, I know very well that there are bureaucrats within the AK Party who defend the contract. I don’t think they have fully read the contents of these contracts. But I say this as a lawyer. The Luxembourg report needs to be looked at. It is necessary to approach this issue emotionally. I believe that once this terrible contract is on President Erdogan’s agenda, it will no longer be valid.”

14-year-old girl dies on podium

Now what does one expect in such a situation? I mean, let human rights organizations stand up, women’s rights defenders make a mess, children’s rights defenders break the fire, they take to the streets, march, write petitions, keep politicians under pressure, we expect this, right? No, none happened.

Having come to the fore with his work on the subject for a long time, Dr. Mücahit Gültekin, on the other hand, said that Lanzarote has made child abuse legal. Drawing attention to the experiences of child model Vlada Dzyuba, who died working on the podium of the world-famous ESSE company, Gültekin said, “The event is really dramatic. The version of the news in the bulletins is even more strange, this news with the headline ‘young model died due to hard work’ talks about a 14-year-old boy with the expression young. A few days after the news, news began to spread claiming that Vlada Dzyuba may have been killed by poisoning, not because of hard work. Because toxic substances were found in Vlada’s body. According to the news, toxic substances were found as a result of the autopsy. Now what does one expect in such a situation? I mean, let human rights organizations stand up, women’s rights defenders make a mess, children’s rights defenders break the fire, they take to the streets, march, write petitions, keep politicians under pressure, we expect this, right? No, none of it happened, the news about Vlada took place on the second and third pages of the newspapers and was read and passed. I wonder how many children are working in the fashion industry under Vlada’s conditions? How many children are there in the fashion industry, perhaps not as much as Vlada Dzyuba, but still suffering and working under difficult conditions with great impositions? I started researching this. This is how the fashion industry relates to children, so you can’t find much information on this subject._ But two pieces of information caught my attention, I want to share this with you; first, I learned that model agencies both in Turkey and around the world started working with children from a very young age. In other words, from the age of 2-3-4, model agencies start to use children on fashion shows and runways. Once I saw this, if you examine the model agencies in Turkey, you will not only be surprised by what you see,” he said, and drew attention to the ghastly details.

The Luxembourg Report explains a gruesome concept called “Child Erotica”.

Stating that there is a fact that legitimizes the work of children under adverse conditions all over the world, Gültekin said, “I would like to draw your attention to its full name: The Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Abuse and Sexual Abuse, I would like to mention the points that caught my attention in this 50-article agreement. We understand that clauses 18 and 23 are more important. Because both the sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of the child are defined in these articles, and the penal sanctions that can be applied to them are also included in these articles. The second paragraph of Article 20 of the Convention defines child pornography and says; ‘Refers to any material that visually demonstrates a child’s actual or simulated sexual intercourse, or that includes any representation of a child’s genitals for a primarily sexual purpose’. In paragraph 3, ‘Each of the parties may reserve the right not to apply paragraphs 1-a and e partially or completely to the production and ownership of the pornographic materials specified below. Consisting of purely representative presentations or images of a non-existent child; The Lanzarote Convention does not prohibit and tolerates children from producing and using child pornography, even if it is limited to their own personal use, which includes children who have reached the age set in the application of paragraph 2 of article 18 and who voluntarily produce and possess these images for their own private use only. He added that the Luxembourg report also included details about Lanzarote.

“The Lanzarote Convention and many national legal Systems are peers (under 18)
between sexual relations between a child and an adult
discriminates. Recognition of the child’s developing abilities and that children of sexual consent age have the right to sexual intercourse (such as exploitative or
The Lanzarote Convention provides exceptions to the obligation of States Parties to criminalize certain conduct.”
Stating that children are used for many purposes and the issue is clarified with the Luxembourg Report, Gültekin said, “The Lanzarote Convention uses the concept of ‘preparation’. The Luxembourg Report delves into this concept of preparation. Another potential weakness for ‘preparation’ is that it obliges states to criminalize such acts only when directed against children who have not reached the age of sexual consent. Thus, adequate protection is not provided to persons over the age in question who could still be dragged into or manipulated into an exploitative situation.’ In other words, certain individuals, groups and centers could encourage and encourage children for sexual purposes. The concept of preparation included this. When it comes to children, international NGOs and international companies for children’s rights can raise the sky, but what is the reason that allows the tolerance to be tolerated for the sexual abuse of 13-year-olds and 14-year-olds in the most disgusting, disgusting and inhumane acts? The main reason for this is the fashion industry, which I explained at the beginning. There is a huge sector that earns from the bodies of children, women and men, by colonizing their bodies and commodifying their bodies, there are huge profits earned, we see that they have a hand in these items. Turkey needs to return from this dirty contract as soon as possible,” he said.

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