South Dakota Declares Pornography a Public Health Crisis

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 25, 2017

It is going to be fantastic if Trump is able to do something about the pornography epidemic. This is a disease that is destroying millions upon millions of people’s lives.


Senators in South Dakota have passed a resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis, joining Virginia and Utah among that states stepping up efforts to highlight the dangers of x-rated adult material.

According to resolution SCR4, passed in South Dakota, porn leads to risky sexual activity, low-self esteem and sometimes eating disorders.

Advances in technology are exposing young children to pornography “at an alarming rate,” and pornography is “linked to a lessening desire in young persons to marry,” the resolution states.

Republican Senator Jenna Netherton from Sioux Falls sponsored the resolution along with 51 other Republicans, stating that pornography increasingly causes harm to “men, women and children,” thanks to its availability on the internet and smartphones.

The Republican Party’s 2016 Party Platform also targeted pornography as a “public health crisis” that is “destroying the lives of millions.”

Pornography is an entirely Jewish phenomenon, and if further discussion of this problem takes place in the media, it will be a perfect place to point out how absolutely diabolical these Jews are.