Wives Cheat So They Can Keep Their Marriage Intact, Claims CNN Article

CNN recently published an article titled 'The changing reasons why women cheat on their husbands'.  The article claims wives cheat as a way to stay in their marriage.

Its author, Kim Brooks, writes:
 "I began to wonder how many of my friends were actually faithful to their husbands. From a distance, they seemed happy enough, or at least content. Then one day, one of them confided in me she'd been having two overlapping affairs over the course of five years."
This wife was not only cheating on her husband but also her boyfriend too. Yep - definitely a reliable, high quality women (said sarcastically).

Brooks continued:
"Almost before I'd finished processing this, another friend told me she was 100 percent faithful to her husband, except when she was out of town for work each month."
"What surprised me most about these conversations was not that my friends were cheating, but that many of them were so nonchalant in the way they described their extramarital adventures. "
"Often, they loved their husbands, but felt in some fundamental way that their needs (sexual, emotional, psychological) were not being met inside the marriage. Some even wondered if their husbands knew about their infidelity, choosing to look away."
The journalist is claiming when a married woman cheats, it’s her husband’s fault.  He failed in some manner. The married woman, a grown adult, is not responsible for her actions.

The journalist then states:
"The fact is," one of these friends told me, "I'm nicer to my husband when I have something special going on that's just for me." She found that she was kinder, more patient, less resentful, "less of a bitch." 
This seems like narcissistic reasoning from a self-centered wife.

Brooks goes on:
"It occurred to me as I listened that these women were describing infidelity not as a transgression but a creative or even subversive act, a protest against an institution they'd come to experience as suffocating or oppressive. In an earlier generation, this might have taken the form of separation or divorce, but now, it seemed, more and more women were unwilling to abandon the marriages and families they'd built over years or decades. They were also unwilling to bear the stigma of a publicly open marriage or to go through the effort of negotiating such a complex arrangement. "
"These women were turning to infidelity not as a way to explode a marriage, but as a way to stay in it. Whereas conventional narratives of female infidelity so often posit the unfaithful woman as a passive party, the women I talked to seemed in control of their own transgressions. There seemed to be something new about this approach."
In otherwords, the unfaithful wives wanted to remain married. However they did not want an open marriage because that would require equality & respect for their husband. Rather, the wives wanted a marriage where they could abuse and mistreat their husband. They wanted to cheat while still demanding he remain faithful. It’s called exploitation. There is nothing new about it.

The CNN article then references a book titled 'In The Secret Life of the Cheating Wife: Power, Pragmatism, and Pleasure in Women's Infidelity' by Alicia Walker.
"sociologist Alicia Walker elaborates on the concept of female infidelity as a subversion of traditional gender roles." 
"Many of the women Walker interviewed were in marriages that were functional. Like the women I knew who cheated, many of the interviewees said they liked their husbands well enough. They had property together. They had friendships together. They had children that they were working together to raise.
"But at the same time, they found married life incredibly dull and constraining and resented the fact that as women, they felt they consistently did a disproportionate amount of the invisible labor that went into maintaining their lifestyle."
Walker calculates 'a disproportionate amount of labor' only from the wife's perspective. A husband's perspective is deemed irrelevant. Walker also claims a married woman’s infidelity is her husband's fault. He did not meet his wife's demands or failed in some other manner. Walker describes infidelity as a 'secret defiance of the expectations of marriage'. However, her sexist description only applies when the wife cheats. It is not applicable for cheating husbands.

CNN's article concludes:
"I think there's an incredible amount of deep resentment for women in America about divisions of labor," said sociologist Lisa Wade. "We now tell women that they can have it all, that they can work and have a family and deserve to be sexually satisfied. And then when having it all is miserable and overwhelming or they realize marriage isn't all it's cracked it up to be, maybe having affairs is the new plan B."
[Kim Brooks concluded] "Maybe these women were on to something -- valuing their marriages for the things it could offer and outsourcing the rest, accepting the distance between the idealization and the actual thing, seeing marriage clearly for what it is and not what we're all told and promised it will be.
CNN is promoting the exploitation of husbands. Their article advocates fraud, lies and mistreatment toward married men. Neither CNN, nor Brooks, nor Walker, nor Wade find it acceptable for husbands to 'value their marriages for the things it could offer and outsource the rest'. Outsourcing is strictly for wives. Additionally, a cheating double standard is being advocated. Husbands are blamed for their wives cheating. Married women are not held accountable for their actions.  Yet, CNN previously published an article titled "Husbands of female breadwinners most at risk for cheating, says study".
Nowhere in that article was a husband's cheating blamed on his wife.

It should be no surprise many younger men are not interested in becoming husbands. During the past three decades, the American marriage rate has been falling and has recently reached a historic low. Bloomberg News reports the rate is forecasted to continue falling (see chart below).

Why should men get married when a national news organization is advocating the exploitation of husbands? Why should men become husbands when a major network is promoting a cheating double standard? Why should American men get married when paternity fraud remains legal in most states? CNN's nationwide promotion of abuse is an example of why men increasingly remain single.

November 14, 2017

Feminists Oppose Changing College Rape Investigation Guidelines

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos recently announced her Department is rescinding the 2011 Dear Colleague letter. This letter issued guidelines on how schools should handle sexual assault cases under Title IX law — or risk losing federal funds. The 2011 guidelines instructed colleges use the lowest standard of proof, “preponderance of the evidence,” when deciding whether a student is guilty of sexual assault.  That standard meant there was a 50.1% possibility a sexual assault occurred. Whether an assault actually occurred or the incident was a false accusation made no difference to college administrators. Accused male students were often expelled.

DeVos said colleges were free to abandon the 2011 standard and raise it to a higher standard known as “clear and convincing evidence.” Additionally, after a public input period lasting several months, DeVos will issue new investigation rules.

Feminists immediately voiced opposition against changing the 2011 standards.

Feminist Senator Patty Murry stated DeVos's decision "may cause survivors of sexual assault to go back into the shadows, allowing predators to continue to roam college campuses and the epidemic of college sexual assault to spread".  The Senator then recommended 6 steps which would provide support for campus sexual assault survivors. The steps include maintaining the 2011 standards.

Another feminist politician, Senator Dianne Feinstein stated "DeVos is putting rights of the accused above those of sexual assault victims. Absolutely unconscionable."

A Senator from New York, staunch feminist Kristen Gillbrand, said "This betrays students. Betsy DeVos should be doing everything she can to make Title IX enforcement stronger."  and ".Let’s fight back to make sure Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education do not turn their backs on survivors of campus sexual assault."  She then penned an extensive article  for Cosmopolitan Magazine defending the 2011  “preponderance of the evidence” standard claiming it already protects accused students’ rights.

The feminist organization 'The National Women's Law Center' issued a statement:  "This interim guidance will have a devastating impact on students and schools. It will discourage students from reporting assaults, create uncertainty for schools on how to follow the law, and make campuses less safe. This misguided directive is a huge step back to a time when sexual assault was a secret that was swept under the rug. Hundreds of thousands of parents, students, alumnae, and school officials know what’s at risk and have strongly urged the department to keep the [2011] guidance in place. It’s reckless to ignore these voices."

The National Organization of Women (NOW) categorized male students accused of rape as a "privileged" group. NOW also stated "Because of this callous decision, students are now at risk of losing tools that provided a path to justice–access to Title IX coordinators, and an Office of Civil Rights that listened."

Lastly, The Feminist Majority Foundation condemned Devos's proposed changes stating:
"The Feminist Majority Foundation condemns the heartless statements of Secretary Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education today that attack Title IX as we know it and threaten crucial guidelines that protect survivors of sexual violence. We’re calling on college administrators to oppose Secretary DeVos’ baseless approach to addressing campus sexual violence."

Feminists are strongly against changing the 2011 “preponderance of the evidence" standard. They have no problem with false rape accusations against male students. They are not interested in establishing guilt based on clear evidence. They aren't interested in being fair to everyone. Instead, feminist are interested in maintaining an investigation procedure requiring minimal evidence of guilt. They are interested in keeping a system where truth and fact are based on gender. Women are presumed truthful. Accused men are presumed liars.

Feminists are assuming accused male students are guilty of sexual assault. Feminists are judging students on the basis of their gender rather than their actions.

Feminism IS sexism.

It is hoped Betsy Devos can create an investigation procedure which judges students solely on the basis of their actions. Feminists, however, have other ideas. They plan on fighting Devos and any campus reforms she initiates.

October 18, 2017

False Rape Accusations Levied Against TV Host

Charles Payne, host of “Making Money” on Fox Business and Scottie Nell Hughes, a political commentator, had a 2 year long sexual affair. Both were married and cheating on their spouses. Mrs. Hughes ended their affair in 2015.

Two years later, she accused Payne of sexual harassment including being coerced into a 2 year sexual relationship with him. Payne was subsequently suspended in July 2017, while the network investigated her allegation. Payne, acknowledged what he described as a two-year “romantic relationship” from 2013 - 2015 but denied any harassment had occurred.  Mrs. Hughes claims she was blackballed from the network after she ended the affair and later reported Payne to top executives at Fox News claiming sexual misconduct. Mrs. Hughes was never an employee of Fox News, but appeared as a guest across on numerous Fox News and Fox Business Network programs with the hope of becoming a paid contributor. She worked as a paid contributor at CNN during the 2016 presidential election. Her contract with CNN ended this past January.

According to The Los Angeles Times, Mrs. Hughes told her lawyer, that she stayed in the relationship with Payne because she believed he would help her chances of landing a position at Fox network.

After Fox completed its investigation, Payne returned to the network in early September. On September 18, Hughes and her attorneys, Douglas Wigdor and Jeanne M. Christensen, filed a lawsuit against Fox News and Payne, alleging that Payne raped her over a 2 year period from 2013 - 2015.

In her lawsuit, Mrs. Hughes said that Mr. Payne had “pressured” his way into her hotel room in July 2013 and coerced her to have sexual intercourse with him, even though she had refused his advances. She said that over the next two years she was forced to engage in a sexual relationship with Mr. Payne.  In exchange, she said, she received career opportunities, including increased appearances on Fox News and Fox Business and the promise that Mr. Payne would help her land a contributor contract, a job that can pay several hundred thousand dollars a year.

Mrs. Hughes claim of being forced to have sex with another man over a 2 year period seems a complete farce. Nobody put a gun to her head. Nobody tied her down. Nobody threatened to punch her. Nobody drugged her. Nobody forced her to drink alcohol. Mrs. Hughes was free to say 'NO' at anytime over a 2 year period. Her judgement was not impaired. She was a grown adult in charge of her own decisions.

This is not rape. Instead, its a backstabbing wife claiming her cheating and lying is not her fault. This is a wife who advanced her career by hurting her family. This is a wife being self centered.

Perhaps the fraudulent rape lawsuit against Payne - a member of the media - will make journalists reconsider their biased reporting about college rape investigation guidelines. Too often, journalists undermine issues of false rape allegations.

Biased media reporting such as this Associated Press / PBS article discussing possible changes to college sexual assault investigation guidelines is common.  The article includes assistant secretary for civil rights Candice Jackson's flippant comment "90%" of sexual assault accusations [on college campuses] fall into the category of, We were both drunk' & her subsequent apology saying she did not mean to diminish anyone's sexual violence  experience. The article also included the hypocritical statement by feminist Senator Patty Murray claiming Jackson's comment shows the Office of Civil rights "is not prepared to take accounts from [sexual assault] survivors seriously". In fact, since the 2011 "Dear Colleague” letter, the Office of Civil rights has not taken statements from the accused seriously. Neither have colleges. Neither has Senator Murray. The Associated Press / PBS article concludes by giving an example of sexual assault at Baylor University but ignores examples of false rape such as the fraudulent University of Virginia rape case.

The Associated Press and PBS give readers the impression that problems with fraudulent rape accusations are overstated therefore current guidelines should not be changed. This is not objective reporting.

Journalists should realize the lenient standards of guilt they support against male students can also be used against the media. If a media employee like Charles Payne can be falsely accused, then journalists are equally vulnerable whether they work for Fox News, ABC News or CNN.

The rape allegations against Charles Payne are ridiculous. If found liable, it means grown adult women are not accountable for their actions.

October 5, 2017

An Example of Female Domestic Violence

In July, South Carolina mom, Jessica Edens murdered her two children as well as one other women.  Her husband, Benjamin Edens, had filed for a divorced and they were involved in a custody dispute over their daughter. Jessica's son was from her first marriage.

Around 5 p.m. July 13, Jessica Edens drove to a Greenville, South Carolina apartment complex where her estranged husband lived and shot 28-year-old Meredith Rahme while she was in the parking garage. She died at the scene. Benjamin Edens and Rahme worked together. Jessica believed the two were dating Police, however, said they were uncertain of any romantic relationship and described them only as co-workers. Edens' children were in the Jeep when she murdered Rahme.

Edens immediately escaped the garage and drove the Jeep to the Greenville-Pickens Speedway where she then murdered her two children with a .40 caliber handgun. The violent and vindictive mom placed one final phone call to her husband before turning the gun on herself. According to the Greenville News, she left a phone message stating  “Everyone you love is gone. Do you hear me? I’m about to be gone too."

Inside the Jeep, Jessica left three notes. The 1st note was addressed to her first husband: “To Nate, I don’t know what to say. You gave me my first child. I will be forever greatful (sic) because of you,” she said. “I never meant to cause you as much pain as this.” The 2nd note was addressed to her family: “To my parents and my sister, I am so sorry for the pain I am causing all of you. You’ve all always been there for me and I love you all so much.” The final note was addressed to her second husband, Ben: "You have caused me more pain that I’ve ever been in in my life. You have caused my children pain. I hope you rot one day for what you have done to me and my kids … I hope you live with pain and shame and guilt for the rest of your life,”

Below an Inquistr.com  article summarizing this story, a university feminist wrote a comment. Her remark, the highest ranked comment on the article appears below

The feminist would not hold Jessica accountable for her crimes. Instead, she took the tact of implying husbands have no attachment to their children and relationships with men should be devalued.

Also, several news outlets speculated about Eden's reason for committing murder.  Some concluded that Ben and Meredith may have been involved in an affair during Ben's marriage and this is what caused Jessica to kill everyone. Thus, blame was shifted from Jessica to Ben. Whether or not he and Meredith were in a relationship is irrelevant information. Can a husband justifiably kill his cheating wife? Can he shoot their kids? Can he kill her boyfriend? Husbands killing family members is always considered domestic violence by the media.  

Women such as Jessica Edens should be thought of as no different than these husbands. Women like Edens should be afforded no sympathy. They should be given no excuses.

Jessica Edens is an example of female domestic violence.

August 30, 2017

An Example of a Female Sexual Predator

Mrs. Brooke Lajiness is an example of a female sexual predator. The Michigan mom lured two teenage boys, aged 14 and 15, by sending them naked pictures of herself on Snapchat (a mobile app that allows you to send videos and pictures, both of which will self destruct after a few seconds of a person viewing them). The teens saw multiple photos, including Lajiness in a bathtub performing sexual acts. Ultimately, Mrs.  Lajiness convinced the boys to meet with her. On multiple occasions, she rendezvoused with the boys in their neighborhood for sexual encounters in her car.  Mrs. Lajiness admitted to having sex with the 14 year old as many as 15 times.

in court, Michigan State Police Trooper Donald Pasternak testified that most of the sexual encounters happened in the back of Lajiness' car in a Lima Township driveway. The court also heard a report about a possible 3rd teenage boy the Michigan mom was cheating with. He was 17 or 18. The judge did not pursue further details. Both her lawyer and her husband blamed Mrs Lajiness actions on insomnia.

During the court proceedings, the mother of one victim read out a statement saying, "You made a conscious effort on several occasions to make arrangements to meet my son, sneak out of your house, start your car, leave your husband and children at home and drive to my son’s father’s house, back into the driveway between midnight and 4 a.m., wait for my son to run in the driveway, commit a crime and leave. Did you know that this was wrong? Did you ever worry about the harm you were doing to my son?"

Assistant Washtenaw County Prosecutor John Vella said in court "This is an incident that this is clearly a predator," He stated "This case involves a defendant seeking out minors for sex”.
She was recently sentenced to four years and nine months in prison. She was also required to register on Michigan’s sex offender registry. Lajiness said after her sentencing. "My family means everything to me, and I've caused them great pain for these regretful choices I have made."

American culture sometimes still views female predatory behavior as benevolent. Brooke Lajiness actions were not benevolent. She was teaching both her kids and the teens that cheating is ok. Stabbing someone in the back is acceptable. She was setting an example that having sex with minors is OK. Additionally, she was probabaly disrupting her victims' school work and social life. As discussed in a previous post, boys having sex with adult women can suffer negative consequences. 

One viewer at Mlive.com made an insightful comment concerning this court case:

Despite her claims to the contrary,  Brooke Lajiness wasn’t concerned about her family when she left them to have sex with a 14 year old 15 times. She didn’t have her family's best interest in mind while she had sex with two other teenage boys. Americans need to abandon their obsolete notion of the benevolent female predator.

August 22, 2017

Washington Post Projects Its Culture of Sexism and Racism

Uber's recently narrowed their search for a new CEO down to three men. The fact that the company was not hiring a female CEO angered the Washington Post. The news organization produced an article emphasizing executives should be hired on based their gender

Statements from the article include:

While it’s not yet known who will become Uber’s next chief executive — the board expects make a decision before Labor Day — the position is now likely to be filled by a white man, possibly one that hails from one of the most old-school of American industries.
In interviews, female executives and recruiters in Silicon Valley expressed frustration that Uber wasn’t going to wind up with a woman at the helm after all -- and that the pickings were so slim to begin with.
Workplace experts pointed to a phenomenon known to researchers as “the glass cliff,” in which women are more often called into corporate leadership roles in times of crisis, and are therefore subject to more criticism if companies don’t perform well.
As much as I would love to see more women chief executives, too often women get the cleanup jobs, and I’d prefer to not always see women get the cleanup jobs,” said Elizabeth Ames, senior vice president at the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology. She pointed to Marissa Mayer, who received outsized positive attention when she left her job as a Google executive to run Yahoo, and outsized negative attention when she failed to turn that company around.
Ellen Pao, who became CEO of the online discussion site Reddit during a time of tumult, was pushed out by angry Reddit users in 2015. 
One recent study found that companies with positive reputations had higher-than-average numbers of women in senior leadership roles.

This article promotes a culture of sexism.  Its main premise is that employees should be hired based on their gender. Uber is supposed to hire a CEO using gender as the main criteria. Uber also needs a chief financial officer, chief operating officer and chief marketing officer. All three positions are to be filled using gender as a hiring criteria. The news outlet also wants female executives hired after companies are already performing well. Once again, these hires are to be based on the applicant's gender. The article complains that women receive more criticism when they fail. However no evidence supporting this claim is provided. In reality, the news outlet is angered female CEO's are being judged in the same manner as male CEO's - based on their job performance.  The Post also tacitly promoted its racist idea that hiring white male managers is wrong. Lastly, the recent study  referenced by the Washington Post is a vague and arbitrary feminist index claiming companies with more female managers have better reputations. Its based on feminist dogma rather than scientific research.

Another recent Washington Post article also promoted the importance of judging people on the basis of their gender rather than the quality of their skills. The article titled  "Why these professors are warning against promoting the work of straight, white men"  focuses on two  feminists, Carrie Mott and Daniel Cockayne. The feminists argue that scholars or researchers disproportionately cite the work of white men, thereby unfairly adding credence to the body of knowledge they offer while ignoring the voices of other groups, like women and black male academics.

They stated "This important research has drawn direct attention to the continued underrepresentation and marginalization of women, people of color. … To cite narrowly, to only cite white men … or to only cite established scholars, does a disservice not only to researchers and writers who are othered by white heteromasculinism …,"  
The feminist professors claim that citing someone's work has implications on his or her ability to be hired, get promoted and obtain tenured status. The entire article emphasized that research credibility should be based on gender and race rather than accuracy and objectivity.

Both articles promote the idea people should be judged on the basis of their gender rather than knowledge or skills. Both pieces display the level of importance the newspaper places on a person's gender. Through these articles, the Washington Post is projecting its own internal culture of sexism and hate.

August 10, 2017

This Is What A Feminist Looks Like

Feminist Kathy Griffin released a photo where she is holding a fake bloodied decapitated head of President Trump.  She later apologized for the photo. Many criticized her actions, including the president's family.

 However, the violent feminist stated “I am not afraid of Donald Trump. He is a bully.”  She also accused Trump and his family of “bullying” her, and hit out at CNN, which on Wednesday fired her from its New Year’s Eve broadcast. Ironically, she stated "The death threats that I’m getting are constant and they are detailed. Today it’s me. Tomorrow, it could be you.” She said she feared for the future of her career.

Her lawyer, Lisa Bloom, bullshitingly stated to CNN "Kathy never imagined it could be misinterpreted as a threat of violence against Trump. That was never what she intended," What? This VICTIMS RIGHTS lawyer claims showing a bloody decapitated picture of someone her client hates is misinterpreted as violence. Is this the best fraud Bloom could think up?

Kathy Griffin also said most of the criticism stemming from her post is because she is a women. “Cut the crap. This wouldn’t happen to a guy. … I have been living with this my whole career,” Griffin said, adding that she was used to “older white guys trying to keep me down my whole life.”

Thus, according to Griffin's narrow female chauvinist mindset she can advocate violence against others. She can show a mock decapitated head of anyone she hates.Thats not bullying. However, when others criticize her, especially the man she is advocating violence against, then she believes its sexism and bullying.

What Kathy Griffin should have done is posted her original photo with the caption: This Is What A Feminist Looks Like - Violent, Hypocritical and Sexist.

June 3, 2017

Homeless Men Aid Victims of Manchester Terrorist Attack

Homeless men in Manchester, UK are being hailed as a heroes.  Chris Parker, 33, had been begging in the Manchester Arena foyer where suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated his device, killing 22 people during an Ariane Grande concert. Amid the carnage and chaos as people began to flee the concert he rushed forward to help victims. Stephen Jones, 35, who had been sleeping on the street near the arena also ran to help deal with the gruesome aftermath.

A tearful Parker recounted: "I heard a bang and within a split second I saw a white flash, then smoke and then I heard screaming. It knocked me to the floor and then I got up and instead of running away my gut instinct was to run back and try and help," There was people lying on the floor everywhere." I saw a little girl... she had no legs. I wrapped her in one of the merchandise T-shirts and I said 'where is your mum and daddy?' She said: 'my dad is at work, my mum is up there'." He said he thought the mother had died.

Jones, a former bricklayer who has been sleeping outside for more than a year, recalled wiping blood from children's eyes after dashing to help. "It was a lot of children with blood all over them, crying and screaming," he told ITV television. "We were having to pull nails out of their arms and a couple out of this little girl's face." Jones said it was "just instinct" to help. "If I didn't help I wouldn't be able to live with myself walking away and leaving kids like that," he said.

Meanwhile wealthy singer, Ariane Grande fled the scene, abandoning her young fans to their fate.

Yet feminist politicians in Britain and the US continually step on homeless men. Politicians such as Sarah Champion,  Sophie Walker, Dianne Feinstein, Kristen Gillabrand demand more financial resources be diverted into programs exclusively for women. Programs such as UK Government funding for  women and girls,  Stopping violence against only women  and Women Owned Small Businesses (U.S.)   Manchester even offers a program exclusively  for homeless women.

Meanwhile, homeless men such as Parker and Jones receive virtually nothing.

Financial aid should be based on economic need NOT gender. Fortunately, UK citizens have chosen to bypass the nitwit sexist politicians. An online fundraiser created by Manchester resident Michael Johns has raised around $52000 for Chris Parker. A separate fundraiser, created by local resident Diane Moore has raised almost $35,000 for Stephen Jones.

May 24, 2017

Reuters Article Continues Media Cover-up

A recent Reuters article claims the US has obtained two Russian documents describing Russian plans to interfere with the 2016 American presidential election. The first document allegedly describes a Kremlin propaganda campaign on social media to sway the election in Trump's favor. The second document allegedly describes Russian intentions to undermine Hilary Clinton's legitimacy if she won the presidency. NBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" said the documents describe "a nation to nation attack".  This story is a media cover-up. Its purpose is to divert public attention away from news organization operations. In reality, election interference and the undermining of an elected president's legitimacy was done BY THE MEDIA.

The American media tried to manipulate the 2016 presidential election. As evidence, an email written by CNN consultant and Democratic Party National Committee (DNC) operative Donna Brazile states:
"Subject: One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash"

"Her family has lead poison and she will ask what, if anything, will Hillary do as president to help the ppl of Flint. Folks, I did a service project today. It's so tragic. And what's worse, some homes have not been tested and it's important to encourage seniors to also get tested. "

The email was sent to multiple Clinton staffers before Hillary Clinton’s debate against Bernie Sanders hosted by CNN. It would let Hillary prepare for a known debate question while Sanders would remain unaware of his debate questions. This would make Sanders appear less prepared for the debate than Hillary thus undermining Sanders credibility as a leader.

During a 2016 California press Conference, the New York Times asked presidential candidate Bernie Sanders “What do you say to women that say you staying in the race is sexist because it could get in the way of what could be the first female president?"  The New York Times was trying to remove Sanders from the Democratic race so that Hillary could obtain the Democratic presidential nomination.

CNN made efforts to undermine another Hillary opponent, Donald Trump. The news organization coordinated with the DNC on how to question Trump during interviews. An email from DNC Research Director Lauren Dillon to fellow DNC colleagues states:
"Wolf Blitzer [CNN reporter] is interviewing Trump on Tues ahead of his foreign policy address on Wed. Please send me thoughts by 10:30 AM tomorrow."

DNC staffer Kelly Roberts sent back 11 different questions she and others had composed. They can be seen here.

Another email reveals an "off the record" dinner party held at John Podesta's (chairman of Hillary's presidential campaign) home for DNC officials and news reporters. The secret event's purpose was to coordinate election strategy between the DNC and news outlets so that Hillary Clinton would have a better chance of winning the presidency. Reporters from the Associated Press, NBC, The New York Times, Reuters and several other news organizations attended. The complete list is here.

Lastly, it is the media who is trying to delegitimize a democratically elected president. Both Reuters and NBC are trying to delegitimize Trump's presidency by falsely claiming Russian President Putin manipulated US elections. Their 'report' insulates Trump was placed in power by a foreign government rather than elections. Another example is a recent article written by the Associated Press in cooperation with YahooNews. The article tries to undermine the president's credibility by focusing on a single sentence Trump spoke. He said "Korea actually used to be a part of China" The article claims Trump enraged ally South Korea with an 'historically inaccurate' statement

President Trump, however, was correct. During the Han Empire, Korea was indeed part of China. After a war in 108 B.C., the Chinese border was extended south to around the current North Korean - South Korean border.  According to "A History of East Asia" by Charles Holcombe, the area would remain under Chinese rule for about 4 centuries.

NBCNews created fake news, on April 20, 2017 in an attempt to undermine Trump. The news created was that Venezuelan unrest was the result of a Venezuelan government oil company donating $500K to Donald Trump's inauguration. (See photo below). The reality was Venezuelan unrest was due to that nation’s socialist Supreme Court stripping congress of its last powers, a decision it later reversed.

Mainstream journalists believe feminist icon, Hillary Clinton should be president regardless of the election's outcome. The fact that she had no intention of representing American men  is of little consequence to them.

Reuters recent article continues the media's cover-up of journalists' election meddling. It was the American media that attempted to manipulate US elections. It is the American media that is trying to delegitimize a democratically elected president.

April 27, 2017

Female Teachers Having Sex With Male Students Does Cause Harm

There is a persistent feminist view in western culture that teenage boys are not harmed from having sex with their female teachers. This viewpoint is often supported by white knight men. However, three recent court cases show teenage boys can be harmed from having sexual encounters with adult women.

In the first case, teacher Christine Marie Towers, 26, of Phoenixville, PA was sentenced to 11 to 23 months in jail for having sexual contact with a boy she was tutoring. Ms. Towers began tutoring a 16 year old male student in 2016. She ultimately turned their association into a sexual relationship.  During Tower's trial, the 16 year old boy, his mother, and his grandmother all told the Court of the "devastation" the teacher caused their family from the sexual relationship. The student said he has learning disabilities and told County Court Judge Patrick Carmody that he did not understand the direction the relationship was headed and was "mostly just confused."  He stated "She made me think I was her everything and she would go crazy if I left her,"  "I cooperated with the detectives because I saw it as a way out."

He quit playing basketball, in part because opposing players jeered 'teacher's pet' at him. He said Towers has ruined his senior year in high school, and he is now seeing a therapist. Details can be read  here.

In the second case, Linda Hardan,22, a teacher at Manchester Regional High School in Haledon, New Jersey, had sexual contact with at least two male students, one was 14 and the other was 16 years-old. The 14-year-old victim was “disgusted” and “upset” about the sexual encounter. He reported he was so repulsed that he jumped out of the car and walked two miles back home. Assistant Prosecutor Gyselle Da Silva, said the 16-year-old victim was so traumatized by Hardan's actions that he dropped out of high school and has not returned.

Prosecutors had worked out a deal with Hardan’s legal team, where she accepted a five-year sentence. However, when the deal was presented during the sentencing phase of her trial, white knight Judge Miguel de la Carrera issued a lighter sentence, citing the mitigating factors of her childhood. He downgraded her sentence to a three-year jail term. Additional details are here.

In the final case, Ontario grade school teacher, Jaclyn McLaren, 36, had multiple sexual encounters with multiple teenage boys. Four of the eight victims were under the age of 16. The others were under 18. She had sexual intercourse with three of the boys, two of whom were under the age of 16.  McLaren bought alcohol for the two boys under 16 before having sexual encounters with them in a car. The alcohol made the young boys more sexually pliable. Ms. McLaren pleaded guilty to multiple sex-related offences and will be sentenced in May. Additional details are here.

Imagine a grown man giving a 15 year old girl alcohol before having sex with her or what about a male teacher taking advantage of a teenage girl with learning disabilities. Do you think feminists or white knights would claim no harm? Their sexist double standard is more appalling considering girls mature faster than boys. Maturity is the primary determining factor in whether or not a person can handle a sexual relationship. A 15 year old girl, on average, is more mature than a 15 year old boy.

These three recent court cases clearly show teenage boys can be harmed from sexual encounters with female teachers.

March 14, 2017

CNN Is a Fake News Organization With a Feminist Culture

CNN presents itself as a factual news and information organization. In reality, it is a political organization that promotes its own agenda in the form of biased news segments and articles.

For example, CNN reported on a Harvard study that claimed female doctors are better than male doctors.  The organization stated "When a patient goes to the best hospital, he or she usually hopes for a doctor who is knowledgeable and experienced. Something else to wish for? A woman physician. That's because female doctors may on average be better than their male counterparts at treating patients in the hospital and keeping them healthy long-term, according to findings published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine." They also used the study to promote higher pay for women stating "With such incentives in play, hospitals may now see more value in female doctors -- who, research has found, are consistently paid less than their male counterparts and less likely to get promoted." More of their propaganda can be read here.

CNN's newscast discussing the study similarly promoted female supremacy. However, an activist, Lucian V├ólsan, researched the actual study and discovered both CNN's and Harvard's conclusions were a farce. His detailed video review of the newscast is 18 minutes long. However, readers only wanting an analysis of the study's data can advance Lucian’s video to the 9:30 mark.

Lucian's analysis shows that patient mortality rates for male and female doctors are very similar. The difference is less than 1% in every case except for Sepsis. Similarly, Lucian's analysis shows that readmission rates for patient's treated by female and male doctors are comparable.  The difference ranges from 0% to 1.1% for all medical conditions researched. These differences are small and within statistical error. The small statistical differences could be attributed to researcher bias - which was extremely intense. None of this of course was discussed by CNN.

Also, during CNN's newscast discussing the study, they displayed the phrase "ANYONE SURPRISED (WINK)" across the bottom of the screen. This phrase is symbolic of the network’s female supremacist mentality - especially among its women reporters. This is exactly why the term 'feminazi' was coined. These feminist reporters see themselves as superior to men.

The purpose of CNN's Harvard study newscast was to promote the network's feminist ideology of female superiority.

Another example of CNN as a political organization comes from WikiLeaks. Various emails reveal the organization colluded with Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in devising ways to undermine her opponents credibility.

An email written by CNN consultant and Democratic Party National Committee (DNC) operative Donna Brazile states:

"Subject: One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash"
"Her family has lead poison and she will ask what, if anything, will Hillary do as president to help the ppl of Flint. Folks, I did a service project today. It's so tragic. And what's worse, some homes have not been tested and it's important to encourage seniors to also get tested. "

The email was sent to multiple Clinton staffers before Hillary Clinton’s debate against Bernie Sanders hosted by CNN. It would let Hillary prepare for a known debate question while Sanders would remain unaware of his debate questions. This would make Sanders appear less prepared for the debate than Hillary thus undermining Sanders credibility as a leader.

CNN used a somewhat similar strategy in their efforts to undermine another Hillary opponent, Donald Trump. The news organization coordinated with the DNC on how to question Trump during interviews. An email from  DNC Research Director Lauren Dillon to fellow DNC colleagues states:

"Wolf Blitzer [CNN reporter] is interviewing Trump on Tues ahead of his foreign policy address on Wed. Please send me thoughts by 10:30 AM tomorrow."

DNC staffer Kelly Roberts sent back 11 different questions she and others had composed. They are shown here.

Another email shows CNN sent a representative, Dan Merica,  to John Podesta's (chairman of Hillary's presidential campaign) home for a secret dinner party that was supposed to be off the record.  The email states:

"Here is the current RSVP list to the Thursday Night (4/9) dinner at Podesta’s. "  There were representatives from multiple news organizations for the 'off the record' affair.

These emails show CNN was not objectively reporting actual election news. Instead, it was attempting to manipulate the outcome of the presidential election.

Another example of CNN promoting its own agenda thru biased news segments comes from its article titled  "You participated in the Women's March. Now what?" 

The 'news' article did not even try to be objective. Instead, it was incoherent political propaganda imploring people to protest President Trump. Oddly, the article made the statement "Research shows that female lawmakers tend to push policies that support women and families and work across the aisle, according to the United State of Women, a partner in the Women's March on Washington." Thus, according to a feminist group, female lawmakers tend to be sexist. They have little interest in men and boys. Their only concern is women. Sen Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) is an example on one such lawmaker.

Another article titled  "Women'smarch: Cathartic moment or enduring movement?" gave only a vague description of the different groups attending the protest. However, research reveals, the women's groups attending the protest had their own special interests. There were groups such as the Center for Health and Gender Equity ( advocates for a foreign policy that is woman-centered), Association of Black Women Attorneys ( a legal  association developed by and for black women), EMILY’s List (funds only Democratic Party female candidates),  The Autonomous Womyn’s Front (a kind of women's Klu Klux Klan), Empower HER Business ( a Christian business women's group), Black Women’s Roundtable (championing just and equitable public policy for Black women), Feminist Majority Foundation ( a female chauvinist organization) and, oddly, the  Council on American-Islamic Relations (a group with direct links to the violent anti Semite group HAMAS). The only idea which unified the different feminist organizations was their sexism and hatred towards men.

Additionally, CNN hid infighting between feminist organizations from the public. For example, a number of black feminists wanted white women to “understand their privilege". One wrote "What will this organization do when all eyes are on them? Will they continue to tread the well-worn path of white feminism to the exclusion of others?"

CNN's purpose in creating the vague article was to urge feminist solidarity against men.

A final example of CNN promoting its own agenda comes from its news show "The Situation Room". A segment aired January 18, 2017 with host Wolf Blitzer and contributor Brian Todd theorizing about President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence being blown up on inauguration day. An American news service does not theorize about American presidents being blown up. These are the actions of an extremist totalitarian political group.

CNN is not a real news organization. It does not broadcast stories based on factual objective views. In reality, CNN is a political group. It promotes its own political agenda in the form of biased and fraudulent news segments which typically omit unfavorable facts. Often, these segments project the network's feminist ideology of female superiority.

January 30, 2017