Visions of a Freeman - Tuesday, November 12 of 2013
BBC News supporting child corruption.

The all original Disney Celebrity Miley Cyrus.

Lets take a look:

Drugs and sex:
11/11/2013 12:05 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Because She Can

Miley Cyrus traded twerking for toking at the EMAs -- the European version of MTV's VMAs -- puffing a fat joint on live TV Sunday night.

Cyrus performed twice during the show without sparking any controversy -- but while accepting the award for Best Video she shocked everyone by lighting up.

The awards were in Amsterdam, so she probably won't get in trouble, and Miley took full advantage ... while wearing a onesie and fur coat.

Guess marijuana isn't the only thing they're lax about over there.

Miley Cirus courtesy of Disney:

Miley is without doubt a teen celebrity engineered from the start to be a children role model, at Disney.

Now lets look at all the support Miley got at BBC News criminal media.

Free publicity number 1 (Headlines).

Part of BBC News main page today:

As you can see she was granted a link and even a free video to promote herself for free at BBC News.

Free publicity number 2 (Drugs are cool for teens).

Let's see how is it that a Disney Teen role model is all good with smoking drugs, at BBC News.
Miley Cyrus lights possible cannabis joint at MTV EMAs

By Sinead Garvan
Newsbeat music reporter in Amsterdam

Miley Cyrus lit what appeared to be a cannabis joint on stage at the MTV EMAs in Amsterdam last night (11 November).

The singer was accepting her award for best video for Wrecking Ball.

She opened her bag, took out the rolled up cigarette and lit it in front of the crowd.

The drug is not legal in the Netherlands but you will not be prosecuted for having a small amount in your possession and it is sold openly in cafes in the city.

The fans in Amsterdam did not seem to find it offensive.

Oli Britton, 19, travelled from London to watch the show.

"She doesn't care, that's what everyone loves about her," he said about Cyrus.

"Everyone's licensed to do what they want with themselves, everyone can look after themselves, she's just living life to the full."

The 20-year-old performed twice during the ceremony, opening the show with We Can't Stop.

She later silenced the room with a powerful vocal performance of Wrecking Ball, stood in front of a video of her crying.

Ariana Grande got some of the biggest screams on the red carpet earlier in the evening.

Speaking to Newsbeat about Cyrus, she said: "I got to see her rehearsal, it was amazing, I saw her sing Wrecking Ball and it was beautiful.

"I think there are amazing female artists out there right now, but she is killing the game right now. She is amazing."

In pictures: MTV European Music Awards

Meanwhile at the event, Eminem picked up best hip hop act and the global icon award.

Bruno Mars won for best song, while Justin Bieber and Katy Perry picked up best male and female.

There were performances from Snoop Dogg, Kings of Leon and The Killers.

Calvin Harris lost out to Avicii for best electronic act but told Newsbeat he was excited to be there.

"It's great that there's an electronic category at this event," he said.

"Just having people like myself, Afrojack, Avicii at a pop award ceremony is awesome."
Special quote at BBC News article.
Everyone can look after themselves, she's just living life to the full

Oli Britton, 19

30 Seconds to Mars picked up best alternative act, beating Arctic Monkeys for the fan voted awards.

"We're just happy to be at the party, enjoy the insanity, it's our fifth time at the EMAs and we have a lot of gratitude," frontman Jared Leto said.

The MTV EMAs will take place in Glasgow in 2014, where they will be held at the brand new SSE Hydro venue.

The Video of Wrecking Ball was a Pornographic Video.

Justin Beiber sings naked to his Grandmother in front of her and promotes prostitution. (and other immoral behavior detailed in another vision I made).

Miley is not a celebrity of the Netherlands, she is projected to the entire world so it matters little if drugs are legalized in one given country, it's about respecting the entire world community and their laws.

I don't know about BBC New's claim that children can look after themselves...

Free publicity number 3 (Being a feminist is pulling children to sex and drugs).

I wonder if taking care of the health of young girls has anything to do with BBC New's morals.

Anyway, sex and drugs for child idols in the name of feminism, says Miley:
Miley Cyrus says she's 'one of the biggest feminists'

Interview Chi Chi Izundu, words Amelia Butterly
Newsbeat entertainment reporters

Miley Cyrus has said she believes there is a "double standard" when it comes to men and women, and body image.

"I feel like I'm one of the biggest feminists in the world because I tell women to not be scared of anything," she said.

She also said that her on-stage persona and revealing outfits were all part of her act.

"I don't actually walk around all day twerking with my tongue out dressed as a teddy bear," she told Newsbeat.

The 20-year-old said she doesn't worry if people think badly of her controversial performances because she knows she is a "good person".

Commenting on headlines suggesting she smoked marijuana at Sunday's MTV EMAs, she said: "I never worry about what I do on stage making me look bad.

"I think people if they actually knew me would be surprised at how normal I am.

"I'm definitely crazy but I'm normal. I feel like [I am] socially probably more acceptable than a lot of people in this industry because I've just always grown up around this and so I never have any kind of attitude."

Miley has been criticised for the video for Wrecking Ball, which sees her swinging naked and licking a sledgehammer.

Cyrus was also knocked for her performance with Robin Thicke at the MTV VMAs in August, where she wore a nude-coloured bra and pants, stuck her tongue out and twerked.

Musician Sinead O'Connor wrote an open letter, criticising the 20-year-old for allowing herself "to be pimped" adding that her behaviour was not "in any way an empowerment of yourself or any other young women".
Special quote at BBC News article.
I think people if they actually knew me would be surprised at how normal I am

Miley Cyrus

Cyrus said she tries to frame the negative headlines in a positive way.

"Every time you talk about me, you're bringing more awareness to me and... my record.

"If you have good songs I think you can wear anything or do anything, just be able to back it up by what you're doing."

Her latest album, Bangerz, was released last month and made it to number one in the UK and the US.

"I think that says a lot, that my fans are growing based off me as an artist, not just off what people are saying," said Cyrus.

"It was crazy, as soon as my record came out I just feel like everything sort of expanded for me and my fans and it's awesome."

I am surprised how normal it is that a child/teen celebrity from child exploiter Disney pulls children and teens to sex and drugs... Children having sex and smoking drugs must be normal, publishes BBC News.

Sure, social decay expands, social cancer can expand in crime, now there is something new...

I bet a full blown porn star doing hardcore sex on the stage would get even more fans, specially if it is a Disney celebrity... Think of all the porn sick people that would like it... And all the victims that would rot due to social decay and a collapse of society in moral decay and crime.

Free publicity number four (I tell women not to have scruples or care for their children's mental health).

I don't see the day women had some responsibility for the well being of their children on the words of Miley or even in the greed of BBC News.
Page last updated at 15:56 GMT, Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Miley: I tell women not to be scared

Miley Cyrus has said she believes there is a "double standard" when it comes to men and women, and body image.

"I feel like I'm one of the biggest feminists in the world because I tell women to not be scared of anything," she said.

She also said that her on-stage persona and revealing outfits were all part of her act.

"I don't actually walk around all day twerking with my tongue out dressed as a teddy bear," she told Newsbeat's Chi Chi Izundu,

Follow @BBCNewsbeat on Twitter

She feels like the biggest feminist in the world because she is a child celebrity that promotes sex and drugs to little girls...

So Feminist has nothing to do with being a Motherist, a responsible parent, in Miley's concept. So she says: "I don't use children toys to promote sex or promote drugs to children all the time, I only do it when they pay me big money to do it".


Black people suffer the most.

Take a look at data from the United States:
Four in 10 children are born to unwed mothers.

The percentage of children born outside of marriage has skyrocketed, with a six-fold increase since 1960. Currently, the figure is highest among blacks, but the rate of increase is highest among whites and Hispanics.

The effects of an International Celebrity as Miley Cyrus as part of a serious world problem.

Why would the world care?

Why would the World Academy care?

Take a look:
Teenage pregnancy

Teenage pregnancy is pregnancy in human females under the age of 20 at the time that the pregnancy ends. A pregnancy can take place in a pubertal female before menarche (the first menstrual period), which signals the possibility of fertility, but usually occurs after menarche. In well-nourished girls, menarche usually takes place around the age of 12 or 13.

Pregnant teenagers face many of the same obstetrics issues as other women. There are, however, additional medical concerns for mothers aged under 15. For mothers aged 15–19, risks are associated more with socioeconomic factors than with the biological effects of age. However, research has shown risks of low birth weight, premature labor, anemia, and pre-eclampsia are connected to the biological age itself, as it was observed in teen births even after controlling for other risk factors (such as utilization of antenatal care etc.).

In developed countries, teenage pregnancies are often associated with social issues, including lower educational levels, higher rates of poverty, and other poorer life outcomes in children of teenage mothers. Teenage pregnancy in developed countries is usually outside of marriage, and carries a social stigma in many communities and cultures.

By contrast, teenage parents in developing countries are often married, and their pregnancies welcomed by family and society. However, in these societies, early pregnancy may combine with malnutrition and poor health care to cause medical problems.


The age of the mother is determined by the easily verified date when the pregnancy ends, not by the estimated date of conception. Consequently, the statistics do not include women who became pregnant at least shortly before their 20th birthdays, but who gave birth, experienced a miscarriage, or had a voluntary abortion on or after their 20th birthdays. Similarly, statistics on the mother's marital status are determined by whether she is married at the end of the pregnancy, not at the time of conception.



In reporting teenage pregnancy rates, the number of pregnancies per 1,000 females aged 15 to 19 when the pregnancy ends is generally used. The rates of teenage pregnancy vary and range from 143 per 1,000 women in some sub-Saharan African countries to 2.9 per 1000 in South Korea.

Worldwide, teenage pregnancy rates range from 143 per 1000 in some sub-Saharan African countries to 2.9 per 1000 in South Korea. In the United States, 82% of pregnancies in those between 15 and 19 are unplanned. Among OECD developed countries, the United States, United Kingdom and New Zealand have the highest level of teenage pregnancy, while Japan and South Korea have the lowest in 2001. According to a 2001 UNICEF survey, in 10 out of 12 developed nations with available data, more than two thirds of young people have had sexual intercourse while still in their teens. In Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States, the proportion is over 80%. In Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, approximately 25% of 15 year olds and 50% of 17 year olds have had sex. According to The Encyclopedia of Women's Health, published in 2004, approximately 15 million girls under the age of 20 in the world have a child each year. Estimates were that 20–60% of these pregnancies in developing countries are mistimed or unwanted.

Save the Children found that, annually, 13 million children are born to women aged under 20 worldwide, more than 90% in developing countries. Complications of pregnancy and childbirth are the leading cause of mortality among women aged 15–19 in such areas.


Being a young mother in an industrialized country can affect one's education. Teen mothers are more likely to drop out of high school. Recent studies, though, have found that many of these mothers had already dropped out of school prior to becoming pregnant, but those in school at the time of their pregnancy were as likely to graduate as their peers. One study in 2001 found that women who gave birth during their teens completed secondary-level schooling 10–12% as often and pursued post-secondary education 14–29% as often as women who waited until age 30. Young motherhood in an industrialized country can affect employment and social class. Less than one third of teenage mothers receive any form of child support, vastly increasing the likelihood of turning to the government for assistance. The correlation between earlier childbearing and failure to complete high school reduces career opportunities for many young women. One study found that, in 1988, 60% of teenage mothers were impoverished at the time of giving birth. Additional research found that nearly 50% of all adolescent mothers sought social assistance within the first five years of their child's life. A study of 100 teenaged mothers in the United Kingdom found that only 11% received a salary, while the remaining 89% were unemployed. Most British teenage mothers live in poverty, with nearly half in the bottom fifth of the income distribution. Teenage women who are pregnant or mothers are seven times more likely to commit suicide than other teenagers. Professor John Ermisch at the institute of social and economic research at Essex University and Dr Roger Ingham, director of the centre of sexual health at Southampton University – found that comparing teenage mothers with other girls with similarly deprived social-economic profiles, bad school experiences and low educational aspirations, the difference in their respective life chances was negligible.

Teenage motherhood may actually make economic sense for young women with less money, some research suggests. For instance, long-term studies by Duke economist V. Joseph Hotz and colleagues, published in 2005, found that by age 35, former teen moms had earned more in income, paid more in taxes, were substantially less likely to live in poverty and collected less in public assistance than similarly poor women who waited until their 20s to have babies. Women who became mothers in their teens — freed from child-raising duties by their late 20s and early 30s to pursue employment while poorer women who waited to become moms were still stuck at home watching their young children — wound up paying more in taxes than they had collected in welfare. Eight years earlier, the federally commissioned report "Kids Having Kids" also contained a similar finding, though it was buried: "Adolescent childbearers fare slightly better than later-childbearing counterparts in terms of their overall economic welfare."

According to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, nearly 1 in 4 teen mothers will experience another pregnancy within two years of having their first. Pregnancy and giving birth significantly increases the chance that these mothers will become high school dropout and as many as half have to go on welfare. Many teen parents do not have the intellectual or emotional maturity that is needed to provide for another life. Often, these pregnancies are hidden for months resulting in a lack of adequate prenatal care and dangerous outcomes for the babies. Factors that determine which mothers are more likely to have a closely spaced repeat birth include marriage and education: the likelihood decreases with the level of education of the young woman – or her parents – and increases if she gets married.


Early motherhood can affect the psychosocial development of the infant.The children of teen mothers are more likely to be born prematurely with a low birth weight, predisposing them to many other lifelong conditions. The hardships do not stop at birth for these children. The children are at higher risk and are usually plagued by intellectual, language, and socio-emotional delays. Developmental disabilities and behavioral issues are increased in children born to teen mothers. One study suggested that adolescent mothers are less likely to stimulate their infant through affectionate behaviors such as touch, smiling, and verbal communication, or to be sensitive and accepting toward his or her needs. Another found that those who had more social support were less likely to show anger toward their children or to rely upon punishment.

Poor academic performance in the children of teenage mothers has also been noted, with many of them being more likely than average to fail to graduate from secondary school, be held back a grade level, or score lower on standardized tests. Daughters born to adolescent parents are more likely to become teen mothers themselves. A son born to a young woman in her teens is three times more likely to serve time in prison.

Other family members

Teen pregnancy and motherhood can influence younger siblings. One study found that the younger sisters of teen mothers were less likely to emphasize the importance of education and employment and more likely to accept human sexual behavior, parenting, and marriage at younger ages; younger brothers, too, were found to be more tolerant of non-marital and early births, in addition to being more susceptible to high-risk behaviors. If the younger sisters of teenage parents babysit the children, they have an increased risk of getting pregnant themselves.

Role of drug and alcohol use

Inhibition-reducing drugs and alcohol may possibly encourage unintended sexual activity. If so, it is unknown if the drugs themselves directly influence teenagers to engage in riskier behavior, or whether teenagers who engage in drug use are more likely to engage in sex. Correlation does not imply causation. The drugs with the strongest evidence linking to teenage pregnancy are alcohol, cannabis, "ecstasy" and other substituted amphetamines. The drugs with the least evidence to support a link to early pregnancy are opioids, such as heroin, morphine, and oxycodone, of which a well-known effect is the significant reduction of libido – it appears that teenage opioid users have significantly reduced rates of conception compared to their non-using, and alcohol, "ecstasy", cannabis, and amphetamine using peers.

Sexual abuse

See also: Sexual abuse

Studies from South Africa have found that 11–20% of pregnancies in teenagers are a direct result of rape, while about 60% of teenage mothers had unwanted sexual experiences preceding their pregnancy. Before age 15, a majority of first-intercourse experiences among females are reported to be non-voluntary; the Guttmacher Institute found that 60% of girls who had sex before age 15 were coerced by males who on average were six years their senior. One in five teenage fathers admitted to forcing girls to have sex with them.

Multiple studies have indicated a strong link between early childhood sexual abuse and subsequent teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries. Up to 70% of women who gave birth in their teens were molested as young girls; by contrast, 25% for women who did not give birth as teens were molested.

In some countries, sexual intercourse between a minor and an adult is not considered consensual under the law because a minor is believed to lack the maturity and competence to make an informed decision to engage in fully consensual sex with an adult. In those countries, sex with a minor is therefore considered statutory rape. In most European countries, by contrast, once an adolescent has reached the age of consent, he or she can legally have sexual relations with adults because it is held that in general (although certain limitations may still apply), reaching the age of consent enables a juvenile to consent to sex with any partner who has also reached that age. Therefore, the definition of statutory rape is limited to sex with a person under the minimum age of consent. What constitutes statutory rape ultimately differs by jurisdiction (see age of consent).

Dating violence

See also: Dating abuse and Teen dating violence

Studies have indicated that adolescent girls are often in abusive relationships at the time of their conceiving. They have also reported that knowledge of their pregnancy has often intensified violent and controlling behaviors on part of their boyfriends. Girls under age 18 are twice as likely to be beaten by their child's father than women over age 18. A UK study found that 70% of women who gave birth in their teens had experienced adolescent domestic violence. Similar results have been found in studies in the United States. A Washington State study found 70% of teenage mothers had been beaten by their boyfriends, 51% had experienced attempts of birth control sabotage within the last year, and 21% experienced school or work sabotage.

In a study of 379 pregnant or parenting teens and 95 teenage girls without children, 62% of the girls aged 11–15 and 56% of girls aged 16–19 reported experiencing domestic violence at the hands of their partners. Moreover, 51% of the girls reported experiencing at least one instance where their boyfriend attempted to sabotage their efforts to use birth control.

Childhood environment

Women exposed to abuse, domestic violence, and family strife in childhood are more likely to become pregnant as teenagers, and the risk of becoming pregnant as a teenager increases with the number of adverse childhood experiences. According to a 2004 study, one-third of teenage pregnancies could be prevented by eliminating exposure to abuse, violence, and family strife. The researchers note that "family dysfunction has enduring and unfavorable health consequences for women during the adolescent years, the childbearing years, and beyond." When the family environment does not include adverse childhood experiences, becoming pregnant as an adolescent does not appear to raise the likelihood of long-term, negative psychosocial consequences. Studies have also found that boys raised in homes with a battered mother, or who experienced physical violence directly, were significantly more likely to impregnate a girl.

Studies have also found that girls whose fathers left the family early in their lives had the highest rates of early sexual activity and adolescent pregnancy. Girls whose fathers left them at a later age had a lower rate of early sexual activity, and the lowest rates are found in girls whose fathers were present throughout their childhood. Even when the researchers took into account other factors that could have contributed to early sexual activity and pregnancy, such as behavioral problems and life adversity, early father-absent girls were still about five times more likely in the United States and three times more likely in New Zealand to become pregnant as adolescents than were father-present girls.

Low educational expectations have been pinpointed as a risk factor. A girl is also more likely to become a teenage parent if her mother or older sister gave birth in her teens. A majority of respondents in a 1988 Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies survey attributed the occurrence of adolescent pregnancy to a breakdown of communication between parents and child and also to inadequate parental supervision.

Foster care youth are more likely than their peers to become pregnant as teenagers. The National Casey Alumni Study, which surveyed foster care alumni from 23 communities across the United States, found the birth rate for girls in foster care was more than double the rate of their peers outside the foster care system. A University of Chicago study of youth transitioning out of foster care in Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin found that nearly half of the females had been pregnant by age 19. The Utah Department of Human Services found that girls who had left the foster care system between 1999 and 2004 had a birth rate nearly 3 times the rate for girls in the general population.

Media influence

A study conducted in 2006 found that adolescents who were more exposed to sexuality in the media were also more likely to engage in sexual activity themselves.

According to Time, "teens exposed to the most sexual content on TV are twice as likely as teens watching less of this material to become pregnant before they reach age 20".

BBC News an enemy of the British Dream and future is a risk to all the British people.

As you can see BBC News has offered itself to promoting Sex and Drugs by giving free publicity to a Disney Celebrity.

There are other good artists in the world, members of British Institutions that do not get any publicity, not free, not even paid, like for example Adele gets very little coverage and she is British.

Some good artists that stand for values are not even shown at all, even if they are British, others are good artists members of the Common Wealth (which is the Queen of England) that do not get any support at all at the BBC, such as Delta Goodrem or Emma Hewitt, artists from Australia. Australia is a prime member of the Common Wealth and instead of honoring the commitments of the Common Wealth BBC News flagrantly and grossly violates them and risks the leadership and honor of the Queen of England herself by violating, flagrantly, the Common Wealth Harare Declaration.

Take a look:
Common Wealth Harare Declaration.

II. Promoting Sustainable Development
6. We reaffirmed our view that the Commonwealth should continue to be a source of help in promoting development and literacy and in eradicating poverty, particularly as these bear on women and children. With a view to enhancing its capacity in this area, we agreed on the following steps:
i. to strengthen the Secretariat’s capacity for undertaking developmental work through support for its various Funds and especially by restoring the resources of the Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation to their 1991/92 level in real terms; and to provide adequate resources to the Commonwealth of Learning and to the Commonwealth Foundation;
ii. to support a greater flow of investment to developing member countries through such schemes as the Commonwealth Private Investment Initiative;
iii. to work for continued progress in assisting countries with unsustainable debt burdens and to promote enhanced multilateral concessional financial flows to developing countries; in particular, to support new and innovative mechanisms for relief on multilateral debt, such as the one proposed by the British Chancellor of the Exchequer at the 1994 Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting in Malta, and reiterated subsequently;
iv. to support the Secretariat in facilitating the adoption by more Commonwealth countries of successful self-help schemes, with non-governmental agencies and others acting as catalytic agents, for mobilising the energies of people in alleviating poverty;
v. to support the efforts of small island developing states to mitigate the effects on their development of environmental change, natural disasters and the changing international trading system; and
vi. to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS, which threatens large parts of the younger population of many countries, recognising that the effective exploitation of economic opportunities requires a healthy and educated population; and to provide further resources to renew the core funding of the Southern African Network of AIDS Organisations (SANASO), along with increased funding for UNICEF initiatives in Southern Africa.

Since I respect the British people and specially their queen I ask that BBC to IMMEDIATELY cease to hurt the image of the good people of Great Britain and adhere to the principles of the Common Wealth in an effort to improve the world wide promotion of development and literacy and eradication of poverty, particularly as these bear on women and children.

I believe the Common Wealth members have the right to protests BBC News criminal and irresponsible behavior that clearly violates the Common Wealth principles.

I want the best for the future of the British people and the world and that certainly does not include Disney celebrities doing Pornography and promoting drugs and even saying that such behavior is normal.

That is why BBC News MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE for grossly violating Common Wealth principles and even the principles of the British Society thus doing harm to the British people and the world.

But this is not only about complaining about the problems...

This is to show that Academic media is the solution.

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