June 09, 2014

Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche

Russian President Vladimir Putin”€”known for such manly feats as riding horses, driving race cars, and shooting darts at whales”€”recently made some untoward comments about likely next US President Hillary Clinton on French TV:

It’s better not to argue with women. … When people push boundaries too far, it’s not because they are strong but because they are weak. But maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman.

Putin is known for uttering quips that the pussified West would deem “misogynist.” In the 1990s, he said that anyone who was able to live two weeks with his wife Lyudmila “deserves a monument.”

In response to his perceived misogyny, homophobia, and machismo, a topless member of rad-femme group Femen stabbed a wax dummy of Putin with a wooden stake at a Paris museum.

The phenomenon of women crying rape proceeds unabated and with little fanfare. But all one needs to do is search the words “false rape” on Google News, and each week yields another bumper crop of stories that are largely ignored because, well, you know, we live in a “rape culture” and everything.

The Montana Supreme Court has overturned a district judge’s decision to dismiss felony charges against German exchange student Christina Nadia Nelson. According to prosecutors, Nelson “had a motive or pattern of accusing young men that she had dated of raping her and assaulting her when no such rape or assault had occurred.” This pattern includes accusing a prom date of raping her at knifepoint in 2009. Despite the fact that an examination showed no evidence of forcible assault, her date moved out of state after Nelson’s accusations ruined his reputation. In another incident from 2012, Nelson claimed an ex-boyfriend abducted and raped her as she left her workplace, although video surveillance revealed she got into her car alone and drove away and her ex proved he was out of state at the time of the alleged assault.

In Ireland, 33-year-old mother of two Magdalena Brojek has been jailed for “wasting police time” after constructing a Rube Goldberg device made of false rape accusations. She initially told her husband that she’d been abducted and raped by three Lithuanian men, although CCTV footage revealed no such event occurred. Then she switched her story and claimed an Irishman had raped her, although text messages later revealed she’d had consensual sex with him and asked to see him again. Brojek finally admitted she’d made it all up because she was “angry” with her husband.

In England, law graduate Rhiannon Brooker faces jail time “after being found guilty of falsely accusing her former boyfriend of a series of rapes and assaults as an excuse for doing poorly in her barrister training.” Yet again, phone evidence disproved her allegations. The accusations led to her ex, Paul Fensome, spending 37 days behind bars.

Taki’s Mag contributor Gavin McInnes recently fell in the crosshairs of the massive George Soros Slander Machine known as Media Matters for making some unbecoming comments on Fox News’ Red Eye regarding black astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson:

I HATE this guy! …White liberal nerds love this guy so much, he could defecate on them like Martin Bashir’s fantasies and they would dance in the streets.All he does is “€“ he’s drunk with adulation. And he talks about things like, “When I was young in New York, I would get racially profiled when I’d go into stores.” Back then he looked like he was in “The Warriors.” He had a huge Afro and a cut-off shirt and New York was a war zone. Sorry, you fit the profile.

Media Matters described Taki’s Magazine as “a ‘paleoconservative’ website that publishes overtly racist articles including ones by neo-confederates.” Upping the hyperbole quite a few notches”€”in the name of compassion, but of course”€”was Wonkette, which described Gavin as a “human cumstain neckbeard,” a “knuckle-dragger,” and “a racist dickwad.” Addicting Info claims that McInnes has “€œTies To White Supremacists,”€ has “€œpreviously made no bones about his grudges against African Americans, gays, and working women,”€ and had launched into “€œa racial attack”€ against Tyson. Sounds…violent, no?

In an exclusive text-message interview with Taki’s Mag, McInnes was curiously impenitent:

He’s pompous and talks down to blue collar Americans especially Christians. … He pretends Creationists are destroying science when they’re really a tiny and mostly powerless group. … I don’t hate him because he’s black. I hate him because they love him just because he’s black.

Son, ya done all us knuckle-draggers “€™round here proud.



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