This week has unquestionably been very entertaining. From Al Franken accused of sexual assault, then apologizing. If you read the story, man, he is such a child. He was doing immature shit like drawing devil horns on the pictures she was signing for troops, and doing petty things to get revenge. But the model has forgiven him. Al seems to have a lack of self-control when it comes to being rejected. Even Salon.com is demanding his resignation, being yet another male ‘feminist’ who ‘wanted to fight for women’, who ended up being a creepy bastard. Of course, Salon brings up Roy Moore and brings up something I want to talk about, the difference between listening and believe, and trust but verify when it comes to the justice system.
If there weren’t photographic evidence to back Tweeden’s claims, it would be easy to dismiss this whole thing as a stunt designed to distract the media from allegations against Moore and to give cover to Republicans who want to continue supporting him. Now any Republican who is asked about Moore can simply deflect the question by invoking Franken and suggesting that both sides do it.
Yes, there is photographic evidence, which is why we need to take Al Franken’s case seriously. I’m not a ‘feelings’ person, and I will never be one. When someone can destroy a person’s life over one false rape allegation, I want proof before I will rally with someone who claims someone sexually assaulted them. It’s called due process and due diligence. If you are condemning someone who is only facing charges, you are part of a Simpson’s Witch hunt. It is better ten guilty men go free than one innocent man is wrongly convicted. This is what the ideal of innocent until proven guilty means, and with feminism and it’s hate on for ‘rape’ and their ‘listen and believe’, this ideal is constantly being pressured. Al, there is photographic evidence that you do those things, so I am going to rally with Leeann Tweeden about this, you did wrong.
Roy Moore is a he said/she said thing. First, he has been a judge. If these sexual assaults had been happening, why was there no complaints to the Bar? These kinds of allegations can have powerful repercussions, so why wasn’t any allegations made when he was a judge, getting him disbarred. The only controversies he was involved in is taking a stand on the ten commandments being in Alabama Judiciary Building, and suggesting judges not honour same-sex marriages in Alabama. That is until now.
The rape allegations coming out now, and not 30 years ago when he was a judge doesn’t make any sense at all, if Judge more had been raping women left, right, and centre, why didn’t they get him disbarred because he would not have been impartial during rape trials. You’d think these feminist-minded people would ensure every woman who was traumatised by rape wouldn’t have to face him in court. But it wasn’t when he was a judge, overseeing rape cases when they started their allegations, it was when he went up for a Senate run, making it seem like a dirty trick of the Democrats. And since you know my worldview, I’d rather see ten rapists go free than seeing a family like Jay Cheshire and his mom commit suicide over false allegations. If there is no proof, I’m not jumping to conclusions at all.
Especially since Roy Moore is saying, he is innocent of the accusations people are making right now. Some people may say, man up, accept this, and move on. I don’t know if he did, and there has been no history of these accusations, unlike other Hollywood celebrities.
While I am going to be on the record that I am going to want to see justice done, where protecting the innocent is more important than punishing the guilty, I am not without compassion for those who have been through the abuse of men. This week, I was moved by the events of Adiba, a Yazidi woman, who was a sex slave of ISIS for over two years. She was raped, beaten and tortured by six men after ISIS overran her village. The disturbing actions that ISIS always does to Yazidi women are why free Yazidi women become some of the most skilled and fearless soldiers against ISIS. They don’t care if they die because if ISIS captures them, they will live years of suffering as a sex slave. And there is western women who willingly join ISIS, over Facebook chats. What a joke our culture is.
The story I read solidified how much I do not like Islam this week. People say that Islam has nothing to do with ISIS, but they call themselves the Islamic State for a reason. And 7 percent of Muslims think their methods are sometimes or often justified. Islam is less a religion and more of a supremacist movement that demands everything be exactly the most extreme believers want, which is why they probably hate Yazidi people.
The Yazidis are a Kurdish minority group of around 700,000 people targeted for their ancient religious beliefs, which combine elements of Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They became known as heretics, and faced years of oppression and threats of ethnic cleansing because of it.
If this kind of Ethnic cleansing doesn’t show that Islam doesn’t want other competing ideas against it, I don’t know what will convince people. Apostates, people who leave the faith, are to be murdered. If you convert to Christianity, become an atheist or agnostic and so many things are death sentences in Islamic Majority countries. ISIS and other terrorist organisations will murder people engaged in any different minority belief system. When people say Sir John A. MacDonald is a ‘White Supremacist’ trying to eradicate Indigenous culture, I laugh, because Islam would have completely wiped out Indigenous culture. Islamists only leave two choices for any non-believer, join Islam or die.
And the left is learning these lessons well from Muslims. If you don’t tow the line on their ‘diversity demands’, the Left’s sharia law, then you are going to be ousted out of your job.
Silicon Valley’s disdain for its mostly white, mostly male tech workforce has reached absurd new heights.
The New York Post is reporting that, after just six months on the job, Apple Diversity Chief Denise Young Smith, who was named vice president of diversity and inclusion in May, has resigned her post after making a “controversial” comment last month during a summit in Bogota, Colombia.
What was Young’s crime? She insinuated that “diversity” can still exist among a group of white men because of their different life experiences.
“There can be 12 white, blue-eyed, blond men in a room and they’re going to be diverse too because they’re going to bring a different life experience and life perspective to the conversation,” the inaugural diversity chief said.
The left is becoming more and more authoritarian, much more so than the right. It is one impressive ‘political movement of peace’, just like Islam. They use the court of public opinion to assassinate your character and force you out of any job. People ask me, why I do this, and I say, someone has to stand against this force. You can’t fire someone for having a non-criminal opinion that you don’t like. If she was all like, yo, white men should white out black people, like myself, and become the master race; I could understand that. But the idea that 12 people with 12 different life experiences can see the world in a diverse way even if they are of the same ethnicity is ‘heresy’ to them, and she needed to go.
You cannot create a world like that, where people are afraid of say anything, be it Denise Young Smith for stating something truthful, or Lindsay Shepherd for showing a Jordan B. Peterson video. If you stifle free speech like this, there can be no dialogue and progress. If your idea of progress is so fragile that you need to prevent discourse that disagrees with it, then your idea of development is not progress, but regression. I will stand against your attacks on freedom of speech because you have no power over me and you cannot bully me.
And we are winning victories against this excessive political correctness and media manipulation. With victories like Brexit and Trump, taking a stand has helped us. Which is why the media hates Trump so much. They want to establish a Russian connection so much, people will do anything to link them.
WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump’s oldest son released a series of private Twitter exchanges between himself and WikiLeaks during and after the 2016 election, including pleas from the website to publicize its leaks.
Donald Trump Jr.’s release of the messages on Twitter came hours after The Atlantic first reported them Monday. In the exchanges — some of them around the time that the website was releasing the stolen emails from Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman — WikiLeaks praises his father’s positive comments about WikiLeaks and asks Trump Jr. to release his father’s tax returns to the site.
The revelations are sure to increase calls in Congress to have Trump Jr. testify publicly as part of several committee probes into Russian interference in the 2016 election. And they add a new element to the investigations that have been probing for months whether Trump’s campaign colluded in any way with the Russian government.
Yes, CTV news is still covering the Russia, Russia, Russia story. Even if there is more evidence that Russia would have been Clinton’s corner. From day one of the Donald Trump Jr. and the Russian Lawyer story, I could smell that it was a setup. How much was faked? #Pissgate is not real people, come one. Nobody should believe it. Basically the Russian Collusion story is Trump was investigating Hillary’s corruption, and so he is a criminal.
But it shows that the left and the mainstream politics want to shut down all dissenting voices, and just pass them off as ‘racist, sexist, and homophobic’. They can take those things and shove it up their asses.
Well, that’s my week in review guys. Thanks for reading and have a great week.
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