Rape Week

“A rapist called Joseph Rosenbaum was released from a mental hospital and then went directly to join the mob that was burning downtown Kenosha… Rosenbaum died as he had lived, trying to touch an unwilling minor.” – Tucker Carlson

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4 Responses to Rape Week

  1. Lee says:

    Contrast this with the left’s, VicPol’s and the Victorian legal system’s treatment of Cardinal Pell, a conservative, straight Catholic who did not rape or have sex with teenage boys.

  2. Ivan Denisovich says:

    Harvey Milk and Jim Jones – sorting facts from myth:

    If you remember anything about the mass suicide, it’s probably that cult leader Jim Jones was a fundamentalist Christian demon whose Bible-thumping berated brainwashed followers into drinking cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.

    Harvey Milk, by contrast, is a folk hero. The San Francisco supervisor became a gay-rights saint because he was martyred by a right-wing fanatic.

    That’s the received history in both cases. But according to author Daniel Flynn, it’s scarcely truth at all, but rather propaganda……..

    Flynn reveals that Jones was in fact a socialist fanatic who, far from the theological and cultural fringes, was a key player in left-wing San Francisco politics. Flynn also shows that Milk was an opportunist and a showboater who was willing to use extremist rhetoric — and in one case, indulge in outing — to advance his political career. His assassin was not a homicidal homophobe, but a hotheaded former political ally furious over Milk’s political betrayal.

    And, most bizarrely of all, Milk and Jones were friends and allies. That was the kind of place San Francisco was in the 1970s…….

    The Temple’s politicized theology really grabbed Harvey Milk, a man heretofore largely indifferent to faith. Jim Jones promoted gay rights, which appealed to Harvey Milk. Beyond this, he provided his campaigns “volunteers,” a printing press, and publicity through his widely distributed newspaper. When Milk organized a fair on Castro Street, Peoples Temple provided professional-level entertainers. When his lover committed suicide, Temple members sent dozens of condolence letters inviting Milk to visit or even live in Jonestown.

    Milk clearly found his association with Jim Jones exhilarating. “It may take me many a day to come back down from the high that I reach[ed] today,” he wrote Jim Jones after one Temple service. “I was sorry that I had to leave after 4 short hours …. I found something dear today. I found a sense of being that makes up for all the hours and energy placed in a fight. I found what you wanted me to find. I shall be back. For I can never leave.”

    In exchange for all that, Milk provided legitimacy to Jim Jones. He spoke at Peoples Temple. He praised it in his column in the Bay Area Reporter. He lobbied on Jones’s behalf to President Jimmy Carter, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare Joseph Califano, Guyanese Prime Minister Forbes Burnham, and other powerful figures. As Cult City shows, this proved disastrous for many people.

    So many local leaders enthusiastically vouching for Jim Jones made it easier for people in positions of responsibility far away to dismiss the charges against him as fantastical. Before the poor drank Jim Jones’s Kool Aid in South America, the powerful did in San Francisco……

  3. Tel says:

    It’s heartening to know that the Chinese are not our worst enemy.

  4. Shy Ted says:

    ABC fact check. Only women can be raped. If they change their minds after consenting. But they have to wait years before reporting it. And past behaviour doesn’t count. And she’s not conservative in her views. And she must agree to be a puppet. #ABCFacts

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