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Weinstein’s Demise is No Victory

Harvey Weinstein leaving the New York Supreme Court. Justin Lane, for Shutterstock.

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Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was convicted of criminal sexual assault and rape in the third degree this week. He did catch a break in being found not guilty of the more serious charges of predatory sexual assault and rape in the first degree.

Weinstein’s conviction was celebrated by President Trump and many of his supporters.

“I think from the standpoint of women it was a great thing, it was a great victory and sends a very strong message,” Trump said. “The people who liked him were the Democrats.”

There is some cause to celebrate. Weinstein was a major Democratic donor who backed many liberal causes and was a close ally to the Clintons. The Jewish film mogul produced all kinds of smut and degeneracy, all while exploiting gentile actresses. His downfall unveiled the dark side of Hollywood and the scummy types who run it.

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Weinstein was a scumbag, but principles are more important than people. So no one on the Right should cheer on this “great victory for women.” These convictions embolden the #MeToo Movement and the dubious accusations feminists encourage. MeToo does not aim at ending sexual abuse but obtaining power. MeToo empowers women to consider every bad date, every awkward flirt, and every rude comment as sexual assault. The movement wants to cow men and impose matriarchy on American society.

Weinstein’s conviction is a great victory — but not for Trump’s America.

Many of Weinstein’s accusers were victims of gross and aggressive behavior, but at least one seemed to be just a jilted ex-lover. Jessica Mann had a long relationship with Weinstein and never complained about it until reports broke that Weinstein was an abuser. Mann testified in court that the mogul raped her and humiliated her with “golden showers” and other vile acts. While she was supposedly enduring this abuse, she was sending dozens of texts and emails to Weinstein about how she loved spending time with him. She also told her friends, family, therapist, and life coach that she enjoyed dating Weinstein. But she testified that this was all a lie.

Mann’s testimony was key to the trial, and it amounted to the court buying her word that she happily dated the man who raped her. This testimony helping convict Weinstein sets a terrible precedent. Now any woman can claim her ex-boyfriend raped her and her word will be enough to send the accused to prison.

While Weinstein is a very unsympathetic character, so are many of his accusers. Actress Rose McGowan, a deranged spinster, was one of the first to publicly go after Weinstein. Some Trump supporters wanted to make her a heroine, despite her clear goal to topple the patriarchy and blame everyone for her career decline.

The most unsympathetic is arguably Asia Argento. Like Mann, the Italian actress claimed Weinstein raped her even though she went on to have a relationship with the movie producer. Her fellow Italians doubted her claims and she was pilloried as an opportunistic prostitute in the Italian press. After accusing Weinstein of rape, she possibly inspired her boyfriend, TV show host Anthony Bourdain, to kill himself. A few days before Bourdain took his life, the forty-something Argento was spotted making out with another man. Argento herself allegedly sexually assaulted a minor. She settled that case out of court. A true woman of virtue.

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Most of the accusers are similar to Mann, McGowan, and Argento. They received boosts to their careers thanks to Weinstein, but became bitter after it didn’t translate to their expected level of success. Most of these women willingly submitted to Weinstein — it’s the bitterness that led them to cry rape in public. They knew what they were getting into when they visited Harvey in his bedroom.

It is good that they are exposing this ugly side of entertainment, but let’s not pretend these actresses lack agency. MeToo is similar to campus rape hysteria. Many co-eds say they experienced sexual assault after unfulfilling hookups or bad dates. They exploited rather conservative notions of young women as pure and wholesome girls to elevate their dubious claims. “A good girl like that would never do such a thing! The evil fratboy must’ve raped her!” We are supposed to pretend that these mentally ill actresses were also virtuous paragons before Harvey got his slimy hands on them. The implication is that women lack the ability to be responsible for themselves and can’t take ownership of their decisions.

These Victorian notions contradict the proponents’ desire for unrestrained sexuality. The modern feminist believes she can and should hook up with as many partners as possible. If one doesn’t work out well, then it must be the man’s fault — he might even be a rapist.

MeToo is the disastrous result of the breakdown of social norms. Men and women are bound to form relationships in the workplace. There are no real norms to police this behavior besides the woman’s own feelings. The same media that shrieks over film producers banging actresses celebrates married women carrying on affairs in the workplace. FBI Lawyer Lisa Page is a hero to the MeToo crowd, even though she’s a married woman who had multiple affairs with co-workers. So is former Congresswoman Katie Hill, who had to resign from Congress over multiple affairs with her subordinates. The media says Hill was a victim of sexism, despite her engaging in similar behavior that brought down Weinstein. Taboos against adultery and other tawdry behavior don’t matter. What matters is the woman’s own happiness. If she’s happy, then the behavior is good. If she’s unhappy, then it’s sexual assault.

That’s the crux of MeToo.

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It should be noted that gay predators in Hollywood did not receive the Harvey treatment. Director Bryan Singer was accused of sexual abuse by several men, yet he still receives directing gigs. MeToo only matters when women are the victims.

Weinstein’s downfall won’t lead to virtuous WASPs taking over Hollywood and making more movies like 300. All it means is that straight men will have fewer positions of power and AWFLs (Affluent White Female Liberals) will grow to dominate the industry. Move over Weinstein, here’s Kathleen Kennedy.

At least Weinstein produced some good films. Kennedy and other AWFLs will only deliver pure shit. I hope you liked the new Star Wars trilogy, because that’s going to be the standard in AWFLwood.

It’s nice to see a scumbag like Weinstein get his comeuppance. But his downfall is no victory for us. It’s a victory for radical feminists who want to make everyone’s life miserable.

 

45 Comments

  1. HungarianFashionista
    Posted February 27, 2020 at 1:14 pm | Permalink

    “None of the objects of the humanitarians’ tender solicitude, the juvenile delinquents, could have had so sordid and horrifying a childhood as did Marilyn Monroe.

    To survive it and to preserve the kind of spirit she projected on the screen – the radiantly benevolent sense of life, which cannot be faked – was an almost inconceivable psychological achievement that required a heroism of the highest order…

    She preserved her vision of life through a nightmare struggle, fighting her way to the top. What broke her was the discovery, at the top, of as sordid an evil as the one she had left behind – worse, perhaps, because incomprehensible. She had expected to reach the sunlight; she found, instead, a limitless swamp of malice.

    It was a malice of a very special kind…

    “Envy” is the only name she could find for the monstrous thing she faced, but it was much worse than envy: it was the profound hatred of life, of success and of all human values, felt by a certain kind of mediocrity – the kind who feels pleasure on hearing about a stranger’s misfortune. It was hatred of the good for being the good – hatred of ability, of beauty, of honesty, of earnestness, of achievement and, above all, of human joy…

    A happy child who was offering her achievement to the world, with the pride of an authentic greatness and of a kitten depositing a hunting trophy at your feet – who found herself answered by concerted efforts to negate, to degrade, to ridicule, to insult, to destroy her achievement – who was unable to conceive that it was her best she was punished for, not her worst – who could only sense, in helpless terror, that she was facing some unspeakable kind of evil…”

    Any Rand on Hollywood

    • DelAware
      Posted February 29, 2020 at 11:15 am | Permalink

      Judy Garland

  2. Guy Frowney
    Posted February 27, 2020 at 12:28 pm | Permalink

    All of the ‘casualties’ of #MeToo are leftists, the majority of which are jewish. The fact that they were taken out by their own golem (feminism) makes the situation even sweeter.

    It’s telling that not a single white conservative (Vince Vaughn, Mel Gibson, James Woods, etc.) was a target of #MeToo. Why, it’s almost as if women enjoy sleeping with normal white men!

  3. Lexi
    Posted February 27, 2020 at 4:21 am | Permalink

    MeToo is similar to campus rape hysteria. Many co-eds say they experienced sexual assault after unfulfilling hookups or bad dates.

    There is no campus rape hysteria.

    Young men punished for rape on college campuses are so rare, they statistically barely exist. And if women are imagining rapes that never happened, they’re not bothering to report it. 89% of college campuses reported 0 campus rape allegations in 2017. So much for the claim that vindictive, deceitful women use rape allegations to get back at men.

    https://www.aauw.org/article/clery-act-data-analysis-2017/

    • Sage
      Posted February 27, 2020 at 10:02 am | Permalink

      Then why do women hold it over men’s heads if its a lie huh Lexi?

      • Lexi
        Posted February 27, 2020 at 10:57 am | Permalink

        Then why do women hold it over men’s heads if its a lie huh Lexi?

        There is no “if.” That it is a lie is documented, irrefutable fact. On the other hand, you’re claim that women “hold it over men’s heads” is pure fabrication.

        • Sage
          Posted February 28, 2020 at 8:24 am | Permalink

          That’s why more colleges are having mandatory “consent” classes huh.

          • Lexi
            Posted February 28, 2020 at 5:26 pm | Permalink

            That’s why more colleges are having mandatory “consent” classes huh.

            How do mandatory consent classes prove that women make false rape allegations in statistically significant numbers?

            Mandatory consent classes make perfect sense. Dissident right men could use one, starting with Richard “women like to be taken” Spencer.

            It is risky to have sex with a woman who is not your wife, for precisely this reason. If you’re going to go a pumpin’and a dumpin’, it’s common sense that you get very explicit consent, for your own protection.

            The only surprising thing about false rape allegations is that they don’t happen more often, human nature being what it is.

          • Sage
            Posted February 28, 2020 at 8:43 pm | Permalink

            They make false rape accusations by changing the definition of what “consent” is which what they did with Harveys case.

            So would women have to take classes to not be sluts or will it be only men who have to take a class so feminist like you can stand on there soap box?

          • Lexi
            Posted February 29, 2020 at 5:49 am | Permalink

            They make false rape accusations by changing the definition of what “consent” is which what they did with Harveys case.

            If so, I’m sure his lawyer will file an appeal on due process grounds.

            So would women have to take classes to not be sluts or will it be only men who have to take a class so feminist like you can stand on there soap box?

            There’s no law against being a “slut.” And of course, an anti-slut statute would violate the equal protection clause.

          • Sage
            Posted March 1, 2020 at 1:33 pm | Permalink

            Shocker the feminist believes that only men have negative traits that need to be regulated and women have none that’s why she put slut in quotation.

          • Lexi
            Posted March 1, 2020 at 5:58 pm | Permalink

            Oh, Sage. If you want to regulate people’s sex lives, that’s fine by me, so long as men are willing to submit to the same rules they impose on us. The thing about antifornication laws is that you can’t have a double standard. Either both are guilty or neither are guilty. That’s why reactionaries prefer the old, informal slut-shaming approach.

    • James
      Posted February 28, 2020 at 10:26 pm | Permalink

      You just helped prove there is(or was at least) in fact a campus rape hysteria. Though we don’t hear much about it anymore a few years ago there was constant talk about a rape epidemic occurring on college campuses. They claimed 1/4 college women were sexually assaulted. The fact that most colleges had 0 reports of rape was considered bad news by feminists because they claimed that all the victims were not reporting the crimes.

      • Lexi
        Posted February 29, 2020 at 12:11 pm | Permalink

        They claimed 1/4 college women were sexually assaulted. The fact that most colleges had 0 reports of rape was considered bad news by feminists because they claimed that all the victims were not reporting the crimes.

        And I have no doubt they are correct to some extent. I suspect the real number is much lower than 1/4 and much higher than 0.

        Indeed, we know that women believe they are being pressured into sex, because they say so in anonymous surveys. They don’t report it because they know they can’t prove it, giving the lie to the idea that women expect everyone to believe them about everything all the time. Alternatively, they may believe that a man’s conduct doesn’t quite rise to the level of rape.

        What I find particularly interesting about this whole debate is that it proves that anti feminists are the real hysterics. Women think men need to learn to take no for an answer. Their proposal? In true Platonic fashion (knowledge is virtue), they propose a class, to which the reactionaries scream “man-hater!”

        On the other hand, when the manosphere creeps have a complaint about women, they demand disenfranchisement and exclusion, then feign innocence when you call them a misogynist!

        It is painfully obvious which direction all the hate is coming from.

        • Sage
          Posted March 1, 2020 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

          And you call yourself a “dissident right”? If the west wasn’t being flooded with Browns skins you would be for nearly every progressive stance except for trannies in women sports.

          • Lexi
            Posted March 1, 2020 at 6:01 pm | Permalink

            And you call yourself a “dissident right”? If the west wasn’t being flooded with Browns skins you would be for nearly every progressive stance except for trannies in women sports.

            You’re welcome to call me dissident left if you prefer.

          • Sutter
            Posted March 4, 2020 at 10:53 am | Permalink

            I’m basically there too. I am tired of the attachment to “the political right.” Attachment to ideologies is a weakness.

            I listen to right-wingers on this topic, as I am also scared of feminists, and because I like to see the other side, but in the end I agree with most everything the feminists say. Even the stuff about reeling back the nuclear family.

            I hate the attitude and ethos of “the left.” I hate the way they have made a sort of religion out of politics and “science.” I hate their lack of any sort of loyalty, in favor of individual liberation (which I call “egoism”).

            But at the end, “the left” is right about most things.

            The one thing I cannot get on board with is open borders/a culturalism/multiculturalism/white erasure.

            The one thing that has to do with my own tribalistic loyalty.

            I am in these sections constantly, beating people with the truth they should already know: the only way to get even a decent minority of whites on board with resisting white erasure is to be liberal. We really need a new ecosystem for this.

  4. Randy
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 7:30 pm | Permalink

    Hell hath no fury like a woman who whored herself for stardom but didn’t become a star.

    I think the craziness playing out with the retroactive rape accusations we see today will have a chilling effect on the whole business of woman fucking their way to the top, and that this is a good thing because men don’t get to do that, at least usually. Mike Pence saw it all coming. We return, via feminism, to the Victorian era. I love the way opposites yank their own nemeses out of the universal flux.

    • Lexi
      Posted February 27, 2020 at 3:33 am | Permalink

      I think the craziness playing out with the retroactive rape accusations we see today will have a chilling effect on the whole business of woman fucking their way to the top, and that this is a good thing because men don’t get to do that, at least usually.

      I reject your claim that women “fuck their way to the top,” but there is something to your claim, nonetheless. Tolerance of quid pro quo sexual harassment is bad for almost everyone, except for men who have power they would like to leverage to get sex.

      It’s bad for women who don’t want competition from women who are willing to sell their bodies, many of whom have husbands. It’s also bad for men who can’t use sexual favors to get ahead.

      Why then all the resistance to protection of women from sexual harassment? Knee-jerk hostility to anything perceived as “feminist,” reasonable or not. That’s all. Unless we want to have a a society with a de facto droit de signeur, we have to proscribe and punish sexual harassment.

      I understand that people don’t have much sympathy for Hollywood actresses, but hopefully they can find it in their hearts to care about waitresses, maids, and others who cannot protect themselves.

      • Vauquelin
        Posted February 27, 2020 at 5:23 am | Permalink

        “Why then all the resistance to protection of women from sexual harassment? Knee-jerk hostility to anything perceived as “feminist,” reasonable or not. That’s all.”

        That’s exactly it, and it’s indicative of a reactionary rather than a revolutionary spirit. Taking on unseemly ideas about women because self-professed Jewish feminists baited you into doing so is a sign of moral weakness and a lack of principles.
        Natural harmony in any given society arises not when one sex represses the other, but when each sex assumes their distinct social roles – and one role of males is that if the protector of women. Believe it or not, my fellow travelers, but the wholesome relationships between the sexes in the 30s, 40s and 50s were not marked by male brutality and exploitation of women, they were marked by courtesy, white politeness and yes, even that dreaded word, respect (where respect was due). Feminists call that a patriarchy, and they say it was brutal for women, when it was not. Do not conform to our enemy’s definition of ourselves.

        • Corday
          Posted February 27, 2020 at 10:08 am | Permalink

          “Believe it or not, my fellow travelers, but the wholesome relationships between the sexes in the 30s, 40s and 50s were not marked by male brutality and exploitation of women, they were marked by courtesy, white politeness and yes, even that dreaded word, respect (where respect was due).”

          Well said. Those in the “manosphere” often fall into believing Jewish memes about that era, claiming it to be one where men could rape and hit women as they pleased. Quite the opposite was true – lynchings were most commonly used on accused abusers of women, and they were dispensed almost as often against whites as blacks. If anything, it’s much easier to be a rapist now, and the statistics bear this out.

      • DP84
        Posted March 14, 2020 at 10:12 am | Permalink

        @Lexi:

        I share your frustrations with the anti-feminists in the WN Movement. Here’s the core of the problem, as I see it: Pretty much everyone in the movement falsely assumes that there are only two options for normative gender relations, and that those two options are either “White Sharia” or “Tinder Culture.” Such is the reactionary, autistic thinking of so many low IQ cretins this movement attracts.

        The solution is simple, and this applies not just to gender relations, but to economics and to every other political or cultural issue: We pick and chose which ideological positions and principles work for our people, and we dismiss the ones that don’t work, or that our people simply don’t want.

        So then, there are naturally going to be pre-1960s norms that we want to keep, as well as post 1960s norms that we want to keep. For example, I think the nuclear family – married man and woman with their biological children – should be the norm or default standard for family life in America, and I would resist attempts by traditionalists to impose an “extended family” structure that has never taken root in America. I myself grew up in a tight-knit nuclear family with a stay-at-home mother and a breadwinning father, and it’s the best environment for a White child to grow up in.

        On the other hand, it should be obvious to anyone with a moral conscience that White women who, for whatever reason, happen to not have a man in their life, should be allowed to go to work in order to provide for themselves and their children. Women should not, in effect, be forced to marry a man in order to secure her own sustenance. They should be allowed to earn their own wages and own private property. 1st and 2nd wave feminism were necessary in order to secure those basic rights that normal people take for granted. If the legal structure forces you to rely on someone else for your own sustenance, it’s clearly not a just structure.

        As for the emotionally loaded issue of dating & sexual norms, this is where the Libertarian position is the logical position. White men and White women alike need to have the space to grow up and discover who they really are, and then live their lifestyle accordingly. Some men will be Don Juan’s, others will just want to settle down with one woman for life and marry her. Some women will naturally want to be “free, ambitious, self-reliant women who mate with men and go their own way,” to paraphrase H.G. Wells. Others will want to be stay-at-home mothers and nice, suburban housewives.

        The overriding principle here, which 1960s feminism stood for, is that men and women should be allowed to *choose, without being legally forced or culturally pressured into living a specific lifestyle that does not fit their natural inclinations. The anti-feminists in the movement resist that because they incorrectly assume that it causes a “slippery slope” to the culture we have today, where men and women alike are miserable and alienated from each other.

  5. John Wilkinson
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 6:03 pm | Permalink

    I agree with this wholeheartedly.

    My only point of contention is that Hollywood culture in itself is vile and needs to be repudiated by mainstream America. Families should be more aware and less naive of how their young daughters will “make it” when they leave to live the good life in the “big city”. (This doesn’t just apply to Hollywood)

    Weinstein’s behavior is par for the course in the ever growing “sugar daddy/baby” subculture that is permeating our society. Nasty, old, wealthy men and liberal young women who can’t pay their college tuition and student loans. If you know a few dozen women under 25, chances are you know one who is indulging in this.

  6. Vauquelin
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 5:59 pm | Permalink

    If MeToo ends up jailing every Hollywood Jew in existence, I’d consider that a win for the white race in America. More power to them.

    But let’s recap what really happened. Weinstein gets taken down. Stories of abuse come seeping out of Hollywood. Primarily Jews are implicated. Only after Weinstein gets implicated in serial abuse of women and using Mossad to intimidate his victims does MeToo come into existence. Its purpose? To stop making this scandal about Jewish sexual abuse of power in the entertainment industry, and instead to make it about all men vs. all women across all of society. MeToo is a Jewish tool used to muddy the water and distract from cases like Weinstein and Woody Allen and many more.

    Weinstein getting convicted: good (yes, even in “Trump’s America.” Here’s hoping many will follow.)
    MeToo: a distraction from the real abuse.

    • anon
      Posted February 27, 2020 at 6:05 pm | Permalink

      Good point.

    • Anon #3
      Posted March 10, 2020 at 8:44 am | Permalink

      Just for those interested, the metoo hashtag has been around since 2007 !

    • DP84
      Posted March 14, 2020 at 9:20 am | Permalink

      @Vauquelin

      I cosign your takes here 100%. #MeToo could have been used as a devastating weapon against Jewish exploitation and abuse of White women in Hollywood, but instead, it was quickly diverted into an anti-male crusade, which only serves the Jewish agenda of facilitating hatred between White men and White women. As always, Jews don’t let a crisis go to waste.

  7. anon
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 4:33 pm | Permalink

    Interesting take.

  8. rujv
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 2:34 pm | Permalink

    Yes, Weinstein is a creep and a perv, but he got into relationships with adult women who were using him to advance their careers.
    Zero f***s given to those women; they knew what they were doing and whom they were doing it with.
    Not a victory at all. Not even a small one. And no, this will not become example number 300758 of the nefarious effect of making America a bitch of the juice.

  9. R_Moreland
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 1:38 pm | Permalink

    Factoid number 1: Las Vegas Mandalay Bay mass shooting, 1 October 2017
    Factoid number 2: #meToo goes viral on social media, 15 October 2017

    Was the breaking of the #meToo story a diversion from the Mandalay Bay shooting investigation, take the pressure off of the responsible parties? Well, we are getting into the realm of conspiracy theory here…

    Let’s look at the politics behind the #meToo movement:

    It’s not insignificant that many of those accused by the #meToo movement were old guard liberals: Weinstein, Al Franken, et alia. One can speculate that Hillary Clinton’s defeat in the 2016 presidential elections sent shock waves through both the Left and the Deep State. Her anticipated march into the White House would have consolidated their control of the USA. But the old guard failed in 2016, so the old guard had to be shown the door.

    #meToo was and remains a tactic, a means to eliminate the failed old guard. Think of #meToo in terms of any of the purges which have been a hallmark of communist movements over the last century. The way is cleared for the ascendancy of the new guard, personified in 2018 with the introduction of The Squad into Congress. Older leftist ideas of a workers revolution are put into the dustbin of history and replaced by a vanguard struggle against the White male oppressor class.

    The point has been made elsewhere that #meToo is also a means by which the Left maintains discipline in its own ranks. Anyone who deviates from the Party Line can be accused of sexual malfeasance, and as has become increasingly the case, an accusation equals conviction, expulsion and a short trip to the metaphorical Lubyanka.

    Whatever schadenfreude conservatives might gain from the Weinstein conviction will be more than overwhelmed by the Left’s advances on other fronts. With the old guard of liberals gone (who might have been motivated by market oriented considerations), Hollywood and its allies are now producing more blatantly anti-White agitprop; e.g: the Netflix’s(tm) Central Park Five revisionism, the continuing deconstruction of the Star Wars(tm) saga, the anti-Trump Super Bowl half-time fests (more tm).

    #meToo is one more front in the Permanent Revolution. An atmosphere of mass hysteria opens the way for more triggered mobs on and off campus, more destruction of White monuments, more IT de-platformings, more White Nationalists railroaded into the prison-industrial complex on bogus charges. You end up with a society in which no one trusts anyone else, and safety is found only by submerging into the Victory Square mass while screaming at the telescreen #meToo!

    There’s an opportunity here for the Right. Like the sheriff riding into town in an old time Western and standing down a lynch mob, the Right can refuse to go along with the general hysteria and instead become a rallying point for sanity. Stand up for what is right and there are plenty of people who will saddle up and follow.

    #iAmTheSheriff

  10. Don
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 11:33 am | Permalink

    A good analysis of the Weinstein situation. I’m no fan of his, but the women were in some ways more disgusting than him. How bad is it when I feel more sympathy for a corrupt disgusting Jew than his gentile sex partners?

  11. Danny
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 10:17 am | Permalink

    Why do women wear makeup at work? It seems inappropriate in this brave new world and in fact it’s now a form of sexual harassment. Makeup is for the boudoir. No, not an incel, have raised a family and have female friends. I would prefer to experience the depth of the real person rather than be contantly sexually stimulated by the artificial commodified painted version. Men’s sexual arousal levels would subside and maybe things would be better all around. Let’s try it. Women can and should stop serving the patriarchy by painting themselves for sex all day.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted February 26, 2020 at 10:46 am | Permalink

      Maybe they should wear burquas to work.

      • Danny
        Posted February 26, 2020 at 11:11 am | Permalink

        Wow, this topic always hits nerve. Sorry, i don’t get your point. Those are the choices? No, not burquas. But how about women in their natural state and not artificially advertising for immediate sex that they don’t really want.

    • Lars Emilsson
      Posted February 26, 2020 at 6:15 pm | Permalink

      “Women can and should stop serving the patriarchy by painting themselves for sex all day.”

      Painting themselves for sex, especially in the workplace, does not serve a healthy patriarchy. Modesty in dress and demneaor does IMO.

      Otherwise, I agree with your conclusion.

  12. Vegetius
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    You’re overthinking all this. Any time you have enemies attacking each other it is a win.

    Next step is to use social media to encourage the #MeToo crowd to go after Weinstein-Adjacent figures like Tarantino, and so on. If the shitlords are going to sit around on their blackpilled asses instead of participating in the election, they ought to at least do something useful.

    • Cranberries
      Posted February 26, 2020 at 11:53 am | Permalink

      Any time you have enemies attacking each other it is a win.

      Not necessarily– only if the two sides inflict sufficient damage on each other. It can also happen that one side wins overwhelmingly and consolidates power, which is what happened in this case. Seems to me that Weinstein failed utterly to damage his accusers. This verdict is going to make Hollywood more explicitly and aggressively intersectional, where before the leadership merely pandered to intersectionality. This is not a good thing.

      • karsten
        Posted February 26, 2020 at 12:38 pm | Permalink

        Very good point. Agreed.

    • karsten
      Posted February 26, 2020 at 12:38 pm | Permalink

      Not sure about that. A very sophisticated attempt was made to use the MeToo hysteria to keep Kavanaugh off SCOTUS — and it very nearly worked. In fact, at the time that those hearings were going on, I was almost ready to believe that the entire MeToo business had been strategically astroturfed, expressly to have an angle by which to “Bork” any Trump-nominated conservative SCOTUS nominee.

      Given that the U.S. is basically a kritarchy, and SCOTUS are practically the nine kings of the U.S., in terms of their power, if Kavanaugh had gone down and a “moderate” (i.e., Leftist) nominee had been appointed instead, MeToo would have done serious damage to the nation. After all, pretty much every attempt to curb immigration is taken through the courts.

    • Sage
      Posted February 27, 2020 at 10:16 am | Permalink

      Yes painting men in high position as rapist what a great idea.

  13. Kolya Krassotkin
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 9:29 am | Permalink

    Not a victory for Trump’s America, but, nevertheless, a serious blow to the kikastocracy, which America now is and is a form of government worse even than a kakistocracy.

  14. Alexandra O
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 5:31 am | Permalink

    I’ve been hearing about ‘the Casting Couch’ and ‘Starly-Wood Harlots’ since the 1960’s when I lived in Hollywood and got my first job at a library there. I lived in a ‘women’s residence’, an apartment building catering exclusively to ‘ladies working in the industry’ who desired a safe-space — as we call it today — to come home to, where men were not allowed. I sure wonder what #MeToo would make of that!

    I think all of us, men and women alike, make some crazy moves in our youth that we either regret or have a laugh over, and a few times that women think — “I’m glad I got out of that situation unharmed”. Other than a horrid, knock-down, beating rape, I would say a woman is usually at least 40% responsible for what goes on. And where money and ‘career advancement’ are involved, all bets are off. This article puts this all into a much-needed perspective.

  15. Muhammad Aryan
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 4:56 am | Permalink

    { “The Weinstein Verdict Effectively Makes Heterosexual Sex Illegal in America.”

    “Imagine also that even if your relationship with the woman was perfect, once she reaches a certain age, where she can no longer attract men, she may decide to punish men from her past for wrathful rather than revenge purposes. If you are successful, or become successful later on in life, she may simply become jealous, and decide to have you sent to prison based on those feelings.” }

    Andrew Anglin

    • Lexi
      Posted February 27, 2020 at 3:59 am | Permalink

      “Imagine also that even if your relationship with the woman was perfect, once she reaches a certain age, where she can no longer attract men, she may decide to punish men from her past for wrathful rather than revenge purposes. If you are successful, or become successful later on in life, she may simply become jealous, and decide to have you sent to prison based on those feelings.” }

      It’s really embarrassing that stupidity like this is taken seriously in the dissident right.

      Criminal defendants enjoy:

      The right to a speedy trial,
      By a jury of their peers,
      Presumption of innocence rebutted only with proof of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt,
      The right to confront and cross examine any witnesses against them,
      A prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment.

      But that’s not good enough for Anglin.

      He demands blanket immunity from rape prosecution and plays the victim because he doesn’t get it.

      What a pathetic little coward.

  16. D.M.
    Posted February 26, 2020 at 4:51 am | Permalink

    Well said! The Weinstein conviction is a great lens through which to view the dubious contentions of feminism and the MeToo movement.

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