Trolly News Update – Oct. 27th, 2017 – The war on Men – the Myth of Rape Culture

In a world in the ‘full Weinstein’ effect, Feminist hysteria has hit all-time new heights. In that backdrop, especially the #MeToo campaign, I knew someone was going to pick this story up. Yes, in Canada there is a ‘stats’ story that is so outrageous, it needs to be talked about because it is that off. Like Bearing corrected the girl who said there is one rape every six seconds in the United States, which is 26 times the real rate of rape in the US, I have to deal with an ‘expert’ who is constantly trying to peddle her story where Canada is a rapist’s wonderland, when it is not true. Welcome to the world of Holly Johnson.

From One in five sexual-assault cases go to court, study finds

Just one in five sexual assault cases substantiated by Canadian police end up in court, with about one in ten resulting in a conviction, according to a new study by Statistics Canada.

The findings, released on Thursday, mark the first time the statistical agency has followed sexual assaults reported by police in a national crime survey all the way through the justice system, tracking their rate of “attrition.”

The fact that such a large proportion of alleged sexual assaults dropped out of the system between 2009 and 2014, the six-year window studied by Statscan, points to a national failure of criminal justice, University of Ottawa criminology researcher Holly Johnson said.

First, my heart goes to all the women and men who go through the trauma of rape. When people use sex as a weapon, it brings great harm to every single person it happens too. So, to use people who get raped as a political tool to promote more ‘feminism’ just pisses me off.

The problem is how much evidence the police can gather to prove their case. If a woman waits years to report a sexual assault or rape, how do we get the DNA evidence that will convict the rapist? And what if the rapist is careful and uses a condom to have sex to minimise that kind of evidence. That lack of evidence makes it difficult to proceed.

And when the victim, law enforcement and the justice system work together, it can become he said she said theatre, and it all comes down to personal testimony, muddying the waters, which makes connections very difficult. I know in your feminist ideology, it is guilty until proven innocent, listen and believe the victim. I always like the trust and verify approach in these circumstances, because the most important thing for the justice system to do is to protect the innocent from any harm.  I know that social justice wants to turn the justice system upside down, ensuring all rape allegations see all men imprisoned, but we need to remember what our justice system is meant to protect the innocent.

“I think that’s an enormous problem. I think that points to a failure on the part of the criminal justice system to provide a reasonably just response to a very serious violent crime,” she said.

The Statscan report comes amid mounting global attention to the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment, and the often inadequate police response to those issues. A Globe and Mail investigation has revealed that Canadian police forces are dismissing one in five sexual assault cases as “unfounded,” – or baseless – and has prompted a wave of reform at the local and federal levels.

Well, Holly, if you live in the world where the justice system protecting the Innocent is more important than punishing criminals, I don’t see our system having a problem. Do you understand the price of false rape allegations? Jay Cheshire hung himself after being falsely accused of rape, his mother also committed suicide. All because of the hysteria that is caused by false rape allegations. False rape allegations is a uniquely male problem, and this is why John Adams, and so many other people who wanted to create a fair justice system, wanted to avoid. But the hegemony of feminism only knows hate, and will never forgive men and will never be thankful for a freedom loving justice system.


The ‘unfounded’ cases may be higher than any other crime because it is that easy to murder someone with a false rape allegation. And I do mean murder. Any woman or girl that outright falsely accuses a man of rape that causes two deaths, their blood is on the hands of the girl who accused Jay of raping her. She’s a murderer because the cultural Marxist feminist ideology wants to see all men punished this way because the ‘patriarchy’ ensures men are privileged who are oppressing women . With a price that high, we have to make sure that false rape allegations do not find the light of day. False rape allegations kill people in the worst case scenario and almost always ruin people’s lives.

The attrition figures do not include sexual-assault allegations that are treated as unfounded, in part because Statscan did not track those reports between 2006 and this year.

The figures also exclude the overwhelming majority of sexual assaults that are never reported to police. It is estimated that only 5 per cent of sexual assaults in Canada are reported to police. Given these gaps in the data, Dr. Johnson noted that the number of sexual assaults that result in criminal convictions is much lower than the study could capture.

“We’re starting with 4 per cent of all sexual assaults,” she said. “The biggest attrition is when women don’t report. So encouraging women to report is fruitless unless we improve the system for them.”

Of the 93,501 police-reported sexual assaults covered by the study, 79 per cent did not end up in court, either because charges were never laid, or those charges were dropped before reaching court.

Now, we’re going into the funky, unattributed math. How can we know the number of sexual assaults in Canada if they are never reported to the police or the authorities? What kind of sexual assaults are we talking about as well? Some guy giving the name of ‘Hugh Mungus’ is not sexual assault or harassment, no matter how much the feminist hegemony wants to say they are.

Second, how do we know? You say only five percent of women report their sexual assault or rape, Holly. If we do the math here, that would mean that over a six-year period, the adjusted figures beginning with the 93,501 reported sexual assaults. If we add the extra 20% the police did not investigate that is ​​112,201. Then if we truly believe your only 1 in 20 get reported, we are talking 2,244,024 women were raped and sexually assaulted in a six-year period, and that means around 14 percent of Canadian women in that six-year period. If we keep doing the math, every woman will be raped in Canada in a 42-year period.

Well, my Fiancé and her mother was never sexually assaulted, and my mother and aunt were never sexually assaulted to my knowledge, so your stats are bogus. You can make up stats all you want; women are not being raped that much Holly. Maybe in Islamic countries, but not in Canada. Stop making stats up, you’re suppose to be a criminologist and I’ve just debunked you.

Furthermore, if Rape and Sexual assault were that high, why is the number of abortions for rape victims very low. Do you believe that women’s wombs magically shut themselves down to prevent pregnancy when they are being raped, like Rapepublicans?

From Rape-related pregnancy: estimates and descriptive characteristics from a national sample of women.

RESULTS:

The national rape-related pregnancy rate is 5.0% per rape among victims of reproductive age (aged 12 to 45); among adult women an estimated 32,101 pregnancies result from rape each year. Among 34 cases of rape-related pregnancy, the majority occurred among adolescents and resulted from assault by a known, often related perpetrator. Only 11.7% of these victims received immediate medical attention after the assault, and 47.1% received no medical attention related to the rape. A total 32.4% of these victims did not discover they were pregnant until they had already entered the second trimester; 32.2% opted to keep the infant whereas 50% underwent abortion and 5.9% placed the infant for adoption; an additional 11.8% had spontaneous abortion.

Those rape stats may be from the United States, but how far would they be off for Canada. With 3,000,000 pregnancies, an estimated 32,101 were rape-related, and 16,000 were aborted. Of the 664,435 reported abortions to the CDC, only 2.5 percent of abortions are due to rape. I would imagine the same stats in Canada, or about 1,600 rape-related abortions every single year. When you imagine the 32 thousand can compare it to the 3 million pregnancies, we are talking about 1 in every 100 pregnant women are pregnant because they got raped. If every single woman in Canada were sexually assaulted in a 40 year period, the amount of rape pregnancies would be much higher?

When you look at these numbers, there is not a rape problem in the general populace, and more importantly, when you see what kind of rapes are involved, it seems like many are the result of statutory rape and incest with family members, according to the study. If a family member isn’t physically and sexually abusing you, most women are probably never going to experience sexual assault in their life.

CONCLUSIONS:

Rape-related pregnancy occurs with significant frequency. It is a cause of many unwanted pregnancies and is closely linked with family and domestic violence. As we address the epidemic of unintended pregnancies in the United States, greater attention and effort should be aimed at preventing and identifying unwanted pregnancies that result from sexual victimization.

First, as they stated, there are only 32,101 pregnancies related to Rape in the US, so it is not an ‘epidemic’ by any means. There are lots of ‘epidemics’ that aren’t like H1N1, SARS, West Nile, etc., etc., etc.

Second, the study itself first says most of the rape-related pregnancies are adolescent girls, and a relative is the one who is raping the girl, meaning most of these unwanted pregnancies caused by rape are within the family. That pedo uncle is an urban myth for a reason. The vast number of men are not raping women, but a certain few are, and we need to do something about those levels of rape in our culture, which happen because of sociopaths and psychopaths.

The numbers do not support your conclusion, Johnson, so you should drop the 1 in 20 are not even brought to the police thing. That is creating a hysteria that completely puts fear in both men and women from doing what comes naturally, building relationships, marriages and families. How many men and women are hesitant of taking a big step by talking to a member of the opposite sex that they think is attractive because they are afraid of the rape myths that you are perpetuating?

When the amount of rapes have been going down in the past 20 years in all of our cultures, this rape hysteria needs to disappear.

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