Tuesday, September 19, 2023

The Important Russell Brand Detail that “Innocent Until Proven Guilty“ People Are Missing

As Utah's Jim Ballard joins the conservatives accused by — anonymous — women of sexual harassment, an important detail with regards to Russell (@rustyrockets) Brand that at least some “innocent until proven guilty“ people seem to be missing:

The extreme sexualization that we have gone through since the Left came to power in the 1960s along with — this is much rarely mentioned — the Left’s concurrent weaponization of its (unarguably pleasurable) consequences

Society has become highly sexualized, including in high school, and now, even at a younger age (drag queen shows, anyone?), and then we wonder that women and men alike, not to mention boys and girls alike (as mentioned, below the age of 16), start engaging in this pursuit of pleasure

Then, the height of hypocrisy:
The left's Drama Queens for whom it used to be a melodrama that sex wasn't open and free, now start using the loosening of morals as another melodrama, although of course only or mainly against conservatives 

In the Left's worldview, Deserving Dreamers (male or female) constantly need to be defended against or join the fight against Despicable Deplorables. (Update: Cheers for the Instalinks, Ed Driscoll and Sarah Hoyt…)

Thus, #metoo was basically a weapon against Donald Trump — even though the #left knew it would invariably have to sacrifice some foot soldiers (a movie producer, a senator, etc) in the process. Later, it was Judge Kavanaugh…

Insofar as none of these females filed any accusations within a year — or even within 10 years — of the occurrences, I consider Russell Brand nothing but innocent.

Or, if you prefer, I consider @rustyrockets as guilty as the (unarmed) January 6 protesters who got 20+ years for exercising their right to protest, and that in spite of the fact that some of them weren’t even in Washington DC that day, let alone at the… protest (!)

Let it be known that I consider the Italian janitor's (brief) touching of a female student as well as the more recent (brief) kiss by Spain’s football honcho entirely over-blown. (Compare with the Times Square kiss of 1945’s VJ-Day…)

If you don’t agree, I will remind you that just about every single one of the “victims” deemed to be a rape victim during the decade or so of the universities’ “rape culture” hysteria (Duke’s Lacrosse team, Mattress Girl, etc, etc, etc) turned out to have been involved in consensual sex. In other words, just about every single one of these scandals touted by the usual Drama Queens turned out to be a hoax and just about every single one of these Drama Queen victims turned out to be a liar (or, if you prefer, to be delusional).

First, it is Let women be as open as men. Do not judge. They are adults, they can behave as they want. Then, it’s Well it ain’t consensual if she’s been drinking/if she hasn’t given “verbal” consent to the peck on her lips or every time he moves to removing a novel piece of clothing or to a different sexual position/etc etc etc. How convenient: Back to the Victorian age’s swooning virgins. Finally, it’s Look at all the pigs; they need to be shamed/cancelled/bankrupted/imprisoned/etc

Conservatives, like liberals, are always ready to fall for the innocent doe-eyed girl narratives.

But mainly the men. The women, who know themselves (!), do not fall for this BS (unless they are liberals touting the left’s ideology).

This explains the (often vilified for being stringent) rape laws of the past. The use of Chaperones in the past was not for the young men alone; they were there as much for the young women, a number of them more than willing to offer themselves to their beaus…

Related: • Witch Hunts in Contemporary America: Is the United States Turning Into a Fascist Country?

The Sexual Revolution’s promise of a new age of freedom is already manifesting itself as a new form of tyranny

The witch hunts generated by the radical sexual lobby: we have adopted the justice of the mob, into which the Sexual Revolution, like every revolution, must inevitably degenerate

• The perspective of a feminist veteran of the 1980s fight for the rights of a woman to be believed (which brought about a culture of “women don’t lie”) changed somewhat when her… own son was falsely accused decades later of attempted sexual assault: If you think that women don’t lie to get back at men, how naive can you be? And who is going to protect our sons?
(Related: "More than 30 percent of [Baltimore's rape] cases investigated by detectives each year are deemed unfounded")

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