The stereotype of the sex offender of the dirty old man in the wrinkled trench coat is at least as old as the post-WWII era:“Especially during the 1950s and 1960s the primary focus in the limited literature and discussions of the sexual victimization of children was on ‘stranger danger’ — the dirty old man in the wrinkled raincoat approaching an innocent child at play…

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If the constitutional conception of ‘equal protection of the laws’ means anything, it must at the very least mean that a bare…desire to harm a politically unpopular group cannot constitute a legitimate governmental interest…].

The fact that Sewell belongs to a class that has voluntarily surrendered certain protections and rights makes the conclusion that Senate Bill 10‟s tier-classification and registration requirements are constitutional even more certain].”In ruling on a case where a low level registrant was serving as coach of a youth baseball team, Illinois 16th Judicial District court Judge Jordan T.

Gallagher sentences the man to electronic home monitoring, 24 months of a specialized probation for sex offenders and ordered him to re-enroll in a counseling program that he participated in following his original arrest.

The idea was for this total indoctrination of these beliefs in the minds of the young and the old to such an extent that they came to have a conviction about the inferiority of Jews and the need to eliminate the threat they posed to the purity and superiority of the Aryan race.

The use of stereotyped conceptions of Jews as lecherous old men seducing young Aryan women, of dirty Jewish butchers, unscrupulous Jewish lawyers, hard-hearted Jewish landlords, rich Jewish business men and their wives ignoring the poverty around them, all combined to create a hate-filled image of Jews.

Prejudice employs negative stereotypes in images or verbally abusive terms to demean and degrade the objects of its narrow view of superiority over these allegedly inferior persons.

Discrimination involves the actions taken against those others based on the beliefs and emotions generated by prejudiced perspectives [].” At the time, other activists were reluctant to draw the similarities between the events of Nazi Germany and similar occurrences in 21st Century America.

But the parallels with Nazism are consistently used for many atrocities from Abu Gharib to American racism practices to attacks against homosexuals to abortion [The originator of this idea was Julius Streicher, the editor of a weekly newspaper, Das Sturmer, “The Storm Troope,” that spread anti-Semitic propaganda to the general public in Germany….