Britain is preparing to reap a terrible harvest, and most people are sitting back and watching it happen.
A Government report shows that
One in three 10-year-olds has seen explicit internet pornography;
Four out of five 16-year-old boys and girls regularly access porn online;
At one school pupils swapping hardcore images on memory sticks was "absolutely rife";
The Portland Clinic in London said 26 per cent of young people coming to it for psychological treatment were hooked on online porn.
This is the first generation of children to be subject to such a barrage of obscenity. Miranda Suit, of the campaign group Safermedia, said: "This generation is going through an experiment. No one knows how they will survive this unprecedented assault on their sexual development. They are guinea pigs for the next generation."
Internet service providers (the people who provide access to the internet for computer users) have largely refused to do anything about it. Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken often about it, but appears to have achieved nothing.
Won't someone stand up for that which is clean, decent and godly?
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