So, TIME Magazine named the #MeToo movement as "The Person of the Year," which frankly makes no sense at all because it is freaking hashtag, not a "person," calling the hundreds of people that used the #MeToo hashtag "The Silence Breakers," despite the fact that some of the accusations barely reach the level of flirting, which now it seems is considered "sexual harassment."
FEMINAZIS CAMPAIGN OF COLLECTIVE VENGEANCE AGAINST THE MALE SEX
I agree with British journalist, author, and public commentator, Melanie Phillips, when she writes that the charges of rape should be prosecuted, it is a crime, it should be treated as such, but what we are watching play out in right now is a sexual inquisition, not a call for justice but rather "a campaign of collective vengeance against the male sex."
For guilt is being assumed merely on the word of the accusers; and serious charges are being lumped together with minor lapses such as lewd or suggestive remarks or the kind of male flirtatiousness that was once regarded as acceptable.
The purpose of this overreaction is to damn all chaps as congenital cavemen and portray women as victims of male patriarchy. It has little to do with justice, looking instead suspiciously like a campaign of collective vengeance against the male sex.
This mentality of believe all accusers, whether they have any evidence or not, is dangerous as we can find example after example of false allegations that have caused irreparable harm to the men accused just to find out later the entire thing was a hoax.
It isn't rocket science, if a company, a media organization, or a politician has paid out hundreds of thousands of dollars, or in Harvey Weinstein's case, millions, in sexual harassment or rape settlements, and multiple police reports from a number of women against the same person are being investigated, then you have a pretty compelling argument that there was some type of sexual abuse.
The #MeToo hysteria has gone far past that standard though and into the realm of all-out war against men by p*ssy hat wearing, Lilith the night Hag, FemiNazis, dressed in Vagina costumes, who on one hand have no problem participating in "slut walks," wearing no tops with the word SLUT written on their chest, while at the same time screaming about how they are "victims," while devouring men from the crotch up.
ISAIAH 4:1:"And in that day seven women shall take hold of one man, saying, We will eat our own bread, and wear our own apparel: only let us be called by thy name, to take away our reproach."
The most recent example of the point I am making comes from a writer over at The Atlantic, who claims she was "groped" by Al Franken.
Let me start by saying there is nothing I even remotely like about Franken, from his personality to his political stances, and that initial image of him groping a sleeping woman's breasts, grinning like an idiot at the camera, was enough to say, yes, that is unacceptable, but the recent claim of "he groped me too," shows exactly how the third wave of feminists and their #MeToo movement are out of control.
Via Tina Dupuy:
D.C. was decked out and packed in for the inauguration of a young and popular new president. The town was buzzing with optimism, and one of the many events on our list was a swanky Media Matters party with Democratic notables everywhere. Then I saw Al Franken. I only bug celebrities for pictures when it’ll make my foster mom happy. She loves Franken, so I asked to get a picture with him. We posed for the shot. He immediately put his hand on my waist, grabbing a handful of flesh. I froze. Then he squeezed. At least twice.
Here is the image she published of this so-called "abuse," which she claims "shrunk her," because she was "no longer a person, only an ornamental."
Hey! She is "groping" his shoulder! Call the cops!
Now she claims she is a "Franken accuser," which she assures the audience she didn't want to have to say anything, and didn't want to be one of the "victims" that would have to "parade in front of the Ethics Committee."
After detailing how she asked him for a picture, posed with him, smiled through his "groping," she tells us exactly the type of woman she is by saying "I’d been married for two years at the time; I don’t let my husband touch me like that in public because I believe it diminishes me as a professional woman. Al Franken’s familiarity was inappropriate and unwanted. It was also quick; he knew exactly what he was doing."
*SIGH* Wow, she won't even let her own husband put his arm around her waist because it "diminishes" her? No wonder modern day feminists can't find a male companion or a date anymore, at least not one that isn't totally emasculated.
While Harvey Weinstein is now the subject of multiple police investigation from the UK to L.A., and it looks like there might be sufficient evidence to arrest him and try him for sexual crimes, any woman that dares highlight the fact that "everybody" knew about Weinstein, yet continued to go to his hotel room alone, is attacked relentlessly for daring to speak the truth, accusing her of "blaming the victim."
In the 12 second video clip below, from 2005, 12 years before the Weinstein scandal finally blew up, Courtney Love, warned women clearly and publicly by offering the following advice: "If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party in his Four Seasons [hotel room], don’t go."
Ashley "Nasty Woman" Judd, one of Time Magazine's hailed "Silence Breakers," also claims she "told everyone," as star after star now says "everyone knew."
Yes, everyone knew, including some of the women that happily marched up to Harvey's hotel room, knowing he was most likely going to creepily greet them in a bathrobe, asking for a message while trying to stick his tongue down their throats, because they were told by others it was going to happen, but went up there anyway!
Again, let me be clear, anyone that Harvey forced has a legitimate claim of rape or sexual abuse and he should be held accountable, no one is saying any different, but those that knew he would try, went up to his room anyway, said no and left without being touched, should not have their claims co-mingled with the women he physically and sexually assaulted. One is a crime, the other is pervy, disgusting behavior, but not a crime.
Former BayWatch star Pamela Anderson, dropped a truth bomb during an interview with Megyn Kelly, saying straight out that some things are common sense, "don't go into a hotel room alone", if a man "answers the door in a bathrobe, leave." She also points out Hollywood is seductive and people want to be famous.
Anderson doesn't excuse Weinstein's crimes in any manner, but she makes it clear that women have a responsibility to use common sense and proactively protect themselves as well.
Re- My interview on #todayshow #megynkelly Somebody had to say this. Please don’t worry. Refer people to my blog and long standing commitment to defending the vulnerable. We have the power to be safe and free by using common sense. My message is consistent throughout- I'm a deep thinker / I have a unique perspective. and consequence is part of my life. This is great. I am also an advocate for men. I just don't agree with it all. Backlash is good. - I like this. My position is not 'problematic' because I doesn't[sic] fall in line with the common herd or trend. I'm trying to tell women as a survivor of childhood abuse myself - It is important to be proactive as an adult who knows better - in defending themselves. Don't get in cars with strangers #rideresponsibly- Don't go to Hotel rooms alone for an audition. Women are powerful and smart and we can use all our charms in more positive ways. I think it’s very smart to be proactive. And I stand by what I say. My mother taught me - protect yourself.........
Kudos to Anderson for speaking out at a time where mere accusations are ruining careers with nothing more compelling than "she said," being enough to convict someone in the court of public opinion, and the hell with the law or "innocent until proven guilty," when anyone that dares highlight a woman's responsibility to show even a little common sense, to dare point out how some of the women who used that same famed "casting couch" to further their careers are now screaming #METOO, are instantly labeled as "victim shamers."
It is also interesting that some of the older actresses jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon, or are willing to believe everyone, even those with no proof whatsoever, are the very same women that gave Bill "perpetual penile president" Clinton a free pass back when he was being accused of rape by Juanita Broderick.
Then we note people that insist that mere allegations, such as those against Judge Moore, should automatically be believed, without any supporting evidence, and we have even heard the suggestion that Moore should take a polygraph test, despite their flaws which make most of them inadmissible in court, with legal communities considering them "only marginally more accurate than coin flips," yet we see how well that works for the men being tried in the court of public opinion, via Jeremy Piven.
Piven was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, and unable to prove a negative, in others prove it didn't happen, while stating clearly the allegations were "absolutely false and completely fabricated." Piven did take a polygraph, administered by a member of the American Polygraph Association with Chapman Investigations on November 13, 2017, in an attempt to clear his name.
Piven was asked about the specific allegations during the test and took a blanket test to determine if he ever assaulted a woman and the results found "no signs of deception." CBS cancelled his show "Wisdom of the Crowd," anyway.
STANDING UP TO THE VAGINA COSTUME-WEARING, P*SSY HAT FEMINAZIS
Kudos also to some of the men that are willing to speak out against the #MeToo hysteria, despite the fact that the FemiNazis will instantly label them "enablers," or sexists or misogynysts.
Such as Dave Daubenmire over at News with Views, in a piece about how women declaring "p*ssy power," are also claiming they're helpless victims. He makes it very clear he is not defending rape, stating "Before you start accusing me of being soft on rape, please understand that I think I know what rape looks like and agree with the Biblical standard of rape being a death penalty crime. But "sexual harassment" is not rape…so spare me the moralizing, please."
With the definition of sexual harassment continually being changed to add kissing, flirting, innuendo, off-color jokes and anything else a woman decides to take offense of on any given day, the writer is 100 percent correct in separating acts of sexual violence from the every-changing definition of "sexual harassment."
Puhleeze…spare me the “he took advantage of me” sob stories. I was in attendance at the Million Woman March in Washington and I saw a boo-coo number of signs extolling “P-ssy Power.” (Those were their words not mine.) So evidently our feline friends understand a bit more than they let on about the concealed weapon they carry in their pant suits.
Look folks, as much as we would like to we cannot have it both ways. We can’t have our cake and eat it too. How in the world can the “liberated” American female cry inequality while holding the power of sex like the sword of Damocles of their male co-workers? Sorry to be so pig-headed, but I think men deserve better treatment than that.
It takes two to tango and a woman can say “no” just as easily as a man can. One can only imagine the number of men in the work place who have been jerked around by some pretty thing batting her eyes and swinging her hips only to receive a face-palm when they “misread” the bread crumbs that she dropped as she walked by.
Let me drop another truth crumb and then you are free to hurl your epithets my way. Modesty is a thing of the past in America. When fornication has become nothing more than another social activity it is apparent that women are not always offended by WHAT a man says to her in the workplace, but rather WHO the man is that says it. If she likes the dude it is flirting. If she doesn’t, it is harassment.
Dave there brings me to my next point, which is the lack of male voices standing up against the #MeToo women that are claiming "harassment" against men for mere flirting or boorish behavior. Someone needs to tell them it is alright to stand up against the men being investigated by police, or who have made multiple settlements to hide actual abuse and/or rape, while standing up for those being muddied and destroyed for nothing more than trying to get a date.
Gentlemen, you can do both!
I don't know if it is fear that if they speak up for those that have done nothing wrong, someone will just scream #MeToo and name them out of spite, knowing that the mere accusation could ruin their career, or if they are scared of being labeled a sexist, misogynist enabler for daring to stand against the tidal wave of FemiNazi's wearing their little pink p*ssy hats, or what, but if they are just going to jump on the bandwagon of helping destroy the innocent along with the guilty, they might as well lay the boys out on a board, hand a woman a dull knife and tell them to "start cutting."
They might as well, apparently many of the so-called men in Hollywood have already been castrated.
IN THE MEANTIME, BEHIND THE SCENES.......
While Time magazine is so busy celebrating the destruction of men, whether innocent or guilty, and while the #MeToo Vulgar Vaginas are reclaiming the spotlight for their final 15 minutes of fame, hoping to reignite their dying careers, no one is paying attention to what is happening in the background or giving credit to people like Corey Feldman who has just been majorly vindicated in his years-long attempt to expose the rampant pedophilia in Hollywood.
He has been saying that in 1993 he told the police the names of the pedophiles in the entertainment industry, when he was questioned in the Michael Jackson investigation, but that no one even bothered to follow up on the names he reported, and the police denied the claims, saying there was no record of Feldman ever revealing the information back in 1993..... well.... guess what?
Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Kelly Hoover told Fox News on Tuesday night in an emailed statement, “Following the recent inquiries into the Sheriff’s Office interview of Mr. Feldman in 1993, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office conducted an additional review for any stored items remaining from the Michael Jackson investigation. In a container which included the original reports from the investigation, the Sheriff’s Office located some detective working copies of audio recordings made during the investigation. A copy of Mr. Feldman’s interview was located. The recording is being turned over to the Los Angeles Police Department. Due to the fact that this case involves the alleged sexual abuse of a child, we are unable to comment further and any documentation or evidence related to this case is exempt from release.”
Feldman is now asking if it is now admissible being that he did report it in 1993, which was before the statute of limitations on the crime expired.
Feldman has been scolded by media personalities like Barbara Walters for trying to expose the pedophilia running rampant in Hollywood, mocked and attacked by others claiming he "refuses" to name names, when unlike the some of the women of the #MeToo hysteria, he did it the proper way, informed the police, didn't just use the media to convict people in the court of public opinion.
Not only has Feldman been vindicated in his claim that he tried to expose a pedophile ring in 1993, but TV Host Dr. Oz, had his legal team investigate the names that were revealed to date, showing that both men had prior arrests and convictions for the same crime Feldman is accusing them of, child molestation.
Dr. Oz, however, said that his legal team uncovered a long criminal past on Grissom, including a conviction for child molestation years ago. Grissom allegedly now lives in Mexico. 'Everything from assault, theft, drugs … in 2001 he was arrested on child molestation charges … he was found guilty in 2003 and served time in prison,' an attorney for Dr. Oz said in a video posted to Facebook.
Feldman also named former child talent manager and convicted sex offender Marty Weiss in a separate interview with Megyn Kelly. However, Weiss has not commented publicly on the allegations.
Weiss was arrested in 2011 after one of his clients told police he had been sexually abused by the man starting when he was just 11-years-old, claiming the incidents happened 30 to 40 times over a roughly three years period.
Look at the dates. Feldman named these men in 1993 and the police did nothing.
Here is the kicker: "He eventually pleaded no contest to two counts of child molestation in 2012 and was sentenced to a year in jail and five years probation however he was immediately released after entering his plea for time served."
Sentenced to only a year for child molestation and didn't even have to serve it.
A mere allegation by the screeching #MeToo crowd is enough to cost a man his career and reputation, yet any attempt to expose pedophilia rings and child molestors in Hollywood is met with contempt, hits jobs by mainstream media outlets, mockery, and even when the accused child predator is convicted in a court of law, the time certainly doesn't fit the crime.
There seems to be a disconnect in regards to the amount of attention "claims" of sexual misconduct, which these days could be nothing more than a kiss on the cheek, is getting to the lack of attention child sex crimes receive, almost as if the #MeToo movement is being used to distract from the very real problem of pedophile rings in America, especially in Hollywood.
There is an agenda behind the #MeToo movement and it isn't just the destruction of manhood, but of mankind.