Kim Kardashian’s Sex Tape And The World’s Pornography Laws: Who Are Her Biggest Fans?

kim-kardashian-14466-600x469Monica Foster commentary: Next week I’ll be writing an exclusive feature which will explain how many of the most “popular” pornstars actually gained their popularity (via the manipulation and over saturation of social networks). If you shove an image into someone’s conciousness enough paired with certain ideas (or triggers), eventually they will “like” it (this is mental conditioning, which is a process the Los Angeles porn industry is very good at and completely reliant upon).

I’ve taken the time to document the amount of material that was injected into social networks (like youtube and myspace) of pornstars such as Sunny Leone, Kayden Kross and Jenna Haze. I’ve also taken the time to interview some engineers who work for social networks in regards to this issue…I’ve uncovered that it was not “fans” who uploaded all the imagery to indoctrinate the public into believing that pornstars like Leone, Kross and Haze are “the best” – the content has been traced directly to the Los Angeles porn studio’s “sock accounts” and the amount uploaded daily is astounding…

I’m under the belief that the Los Angeles porn industry is consistently promoting women with the 3 prototypical looks of Sunny Leone (who looks very similar to the majority of middle eastern/arab women as Kim Kardashian does), Kayden Kross (she’s as typical and average as you can get for a middle american blonde) and Jenna Haze (very typical “barely legal” eastern european look) as “the most desirable” –  because women with these “looks” are inexpensive on the black market of human trafficking and are in vast abundance worldwide –  which makes them easily interchangable and replaceable for a variety of sex work jobs.

Don’t let the idiots of the Los Angeles porn industry influence you as to what is “desirable” or “sexy” – THINK FOR YOURSELF. Most of those guys running the LA porn industry aren’t even attracted to actual women (they like little girls, men and transvestites for the most part. Real women scare the men of the LA porn industry to death). 

courtesy HuffingtonPost.com

Typing “Kim Kardashian sex tape” into Google may make Americans feel dirty, but at least it won’t get them arrested.

The same can’t be said for residents of countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Turkey and China, where downloading or possessing pornography can land you on a list — or behind bars.

That hasn’t stopped hot-blooded Web surfers around the world from typing those four fateful words into search engines, if the number of results available to users of international versions of Google is any indication. Sure, the U.S. leads the world with a whopping 38 million returned entries, but China — where porn and even sexting are against the law — comes in second with 6.43 million.

Holding down the three spot is Singapore (1.45 million results), where possession of pornography is punishable by up to a year in prison.

Not even Canada or the United Kingdom can match those numbers, even though virtually every Canuck and Brit we know admits to having watched Kim and her onscreen lover, Ray J, in flagrante delicto.

Check out the chart below to find out which global populations are risking their freedom for a forbidden glimpse of the hottest woman in the world.

COUNTRY SEARCH RESULTS LEGAL/ILLEGAL
USA 38,300,000 LEGAL
China (Hong Kong) 6,430,000 ILLEGAL – Publishing pornographic Internet material is illegal and even sexting is banned. Distribution could lead to 3 years in prison or $HK 1 million fine.
Singapore 1,450,000 ILLEGAL – Possession of pornography could lead to 1 year in prison.
United Kingdom 1,150,000 LEGAL
South Korea 1,060,000 LEGAL/ILLEGAL – Although watching pornography is no offense, it is illegal to upload.
Australia 548,000 LEGAL/ILLEGAL – Possession is legal, distribution is not, though laws are not enforced.
India 274,000 ILLEGAL – Pornography is banned though ban is not enforced or punishable.
Thailand 166,000 ILLEGAL – Anti-pornography laws are rarely enforced.
Indonesia 132,000 ILLEGAL – Possession of porn could lead to 4 years in prison.
Russia 129,000 LEGAL/ILLEGAL – Laws defining what constitutes legal and illegal production and distribution are not clearly detailed.
Lebanon 89,900 ILLEGAL – Production and distribution is a punishable offense.
Turkey 88,000 LEGAL/ILLEGAL – Those purchasing pornography will be added to a “list.”
Saudi Arabia 81,000 ILLEGAL
Canada 61,400 LEGAL
Vietnam 59,100 ILLEGAL – Up to 2 years behind bars for publication or distribution.
Malaysia 23,200 ILLEGAL – Distribution or possession of pornography can result in a fine.
Israel 19,400 ILLEGAL
Armenia 963 LEGAL – No restrictions on pornographic websites.

 

*Search results were gathered at time of publication and are subject to change.

 

 

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