Saturday, April 2, 2016


BY James Olsen – The Daily Planet
(Metropolis) April 1 2016

Introduction to:

On Friday, Donald Trump, Republican Presidential Candidate, finished a week filled with contentious gender issues by holding an impromptu press conference on board his private jet. Trump opened his remarks by observing that the media often does not report what he actually says but rather they report what they think will make me look bad.

“Once again, I am put in the position of clarifying the distortion of politically biased media. I respect and like women. I always have. Ask the women in my family, or the women who work with me. My mother was a strong woman who had a saying about feminism, ‘I was liberated before you had to go to meetings for it.’ My older sister is a United States Circuit Court Judge. She isn’t the kind of woman who would let her little brother treat women disrespectfully. I have always enjoyed the company of strong women, during my childhood, in my own family, and with the various female executives with whom I work.”

“However I don’t like feminists! Neither do most Americans. Only 18 percent of Americans consider themselves feminists.  

Feminism has never been about advancing the quality of life for women.  Feminism is about killing babies, hating men, and pretending to be victims. Raising money for victims is much easier than raising money for angry, ugly women.

Fund raising has made feminists experts at false accusations against men. In recent news stories there have been many examples of fraudulent finger pointing, including high profile, false rape charges. 

But that is just the tip of the problem. 

For example: Formal studies show a rate of false accusations that varies from 27% to 60%. These formal studies required three conditions:

1.    No corroborating witnesses, (her word against his.)
2.    No physical evidence of a rape.
3.    Here's the tough one - before trial, the woman had to recant her testimony and admit she made it up.

Incidences of false rape charges are actually much higher.

Makes one wonder how many men are behind bars because the accuser didn't feel guilty enough about sending an innocent man to jail.

One of the "informal" studies on false rape accusations was done by the Washington Post.   Not believing a press release about one of the formal studies, they sent reporters to interview police and DAs in suburban Maryland. The results?  About half of all rape charges were false.

Death threats were made against the reporter who wrote the article. Bomb threats were made against the newspaper. 

Makes one wonder what makes victims, and/or their advocates, get so aggressive about defending their status as victims. Are they really that attached to victimhood, or does it have something to do with fund raising?

Makes one wonder if they care about the men facing false rape charges?  Is there a False Rape Hotline? Do they have "What To Do If You Are Falsely Accused of Rape" pamphlets, and counselors?  Or is their compassion, as well as their help, gender specific?

Feminists have “cried wolf” so frequently that actual rape victims are being questioned skeptically.

Another example: Recently, my campaign manager was accused of misdemeanor touching.  Did any of the journalists who covered that story look into the history of abuse allegations made by this woman? The favorite victim role of feminists is to say they have been abused by violent men. Have any journalist here ever looked at the scientific studies on gender specific violence? 

SUMMARY: This bibliography examines 286 scholarly investigations: 221 empirical studies and 65 reviews and/or analyses, which demonstrate that women are as physically aggressive, or more aggressive, than men in their relationships with their spouses or male partners. The aggregate sample size in the reviewed studies exceeds 371,600. 

Lots of feminists are lesbians. I think that is because many of them hate men. It might also have to do with the fact that most of them are grotesquely ugly and cannot attract men.   The most “at risk” category for partner violence is female homosexuals. That should put an end to the lie that partner violence is mostly a male problem.

Now let’s talk about this baby killing thing that has such fanatical support from feminists.  Any questions?

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