Let’s have ourselves a little chat about Masters and Slaves hm? I was inspired to write when I came across this article from CBS San Francisco detailing a woman who victimized several men. The scam was simple, she’d phone in a false accusation of domestic abuse, then when police arrested the man accused – she took advantage of him being out of the house and robbed him blind. This little scam highlights one thing very clearly gentlemen. Remember and do not ever forget: you are second class citizens who can be arrested without a warrant or any evidence of criminal wrong doing, based solely on a woman pointing her finger.
That is not a hyperbolic statement.
The fact that this woman was not, absolutely, demonstrably, irrefutably NOT a victim of domestic violence, but rather was running a scam by making false accusations.
-These men who were arrested, were detained by police with no warrant.
-These men who were arrested, were detained by police no evidence of criminal acts.
These men who were arrested, were detained by police on nothing but a woman’s say so.
Patriarchy – gee – what’s that? As I see it, the reason these men were arrested without a warrant and without any evidence of criminal actions whatsoever is a direct result of The Violence Against Women Act. Which was written, advocated for, lobbied for and voted on by Feminists, Feminist politicians and male politicians who didn’t want to be accused of sexism or misogyny because they’d much prefer to remain in public office.
When feminists have the ability to push through laws which provide legal protections for women which men do not have access to, a violation of the 14th amendment to the constitution –
“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”
When women are able to have men arrested and detained with no need for either a warrant or absolutely any evidence of a criminal act aside from her word: using the state as a personal enforcer –
Patriarchy? I gotta tell ya, I’m not seeing it.
The Violence Against Women Act was created to deal with domestic violence against women…. in spite of the fact that men are more likely to be victims of domestic violence. More over, under VAWA many states have put into place Mandatory Arrest Laws – which lead to an increase of female arrests. Feminists didn’t like that: so the Duluth Model of Domestic Violence was created. This “model” ignores all evidence of reality collected by the CDC, FBI, IPV surveys, etc. etc: Which all state unequivocally that women abuse men more often than men abuse women. Ignores all of that and proclaims domestic violence is a man beating a defenseless woman.
Now you may want to question me about that: however – lets get the answer directly from the horses mouth. The Duluth Model – Frequently Asked Questions. Scroll down to the second from the bottom “Is the Duluth Model evidence-based?”. Their answer….
“The Duluth Model approach for intervening with men who batter is the most widely-used approach in the world. It has influenced and shaped much of national and state-level policy around batterer intervention and domestic violence work. The effect of intervening with complex social problems is very difficult to evaluate. Click here to read some of the research supporting the Duluth Model.”
It is not evidence based: the research they present doesn’t even go into one critical study on gender of offenders. Their list of research articles doesn’t have a single example to show which suggests men commit domestic violence more often than women: yet the entire duluth model does absolutely nothing but pitch men as being abusers and women as being victims. It’s a piece of propaganda devoid of reality, and feminists used it to lobby for “Predominant Aggressor” policy. By using “Predominate Aggressor” policy, law enforcement could neglect to arrest women in dual arrests even if they were in fact the offender. If both parties are being violent, even if the woman is the abuser and the man the victim – Predominate Aggressor policy says (according to the Duluth model) that men are abusers and therefore the man should be the one who is arrested.
“In some cases, dual arrests may be the result of legislation, department policies, or both failing to require officers to identify the primary aggressor.In addition, when such provisions are present, police may lack the training or information needed to identify the primary aggressor when responding to a domestic violence assault. This situation may be compounded by batterers who have become increasingly adept at manipulating the criminal justice system, and may make efforts to “pre-empt” victims from notifying police in order to further control or retaliate against them.23
Current political and organizational pressure may discourage officers from arresting women as aggressors, and, unsure what to do, the officers may arrest both parties. This observation is supported by some of the existing research. A 1999 study conducted in Boulder found that male victims were three times more likely than female victims to be arrested along with the offender.24 Similarly, a study of three Massachusetts towns revealed that male victims were five times more likely than female victims to be the subjects of a dual arrest.”
VAWA in conjunction with the Duluth model are tools being used to put political pressure on police departments to arrest men for domestic violence: even when they’re the victims.
What I am seeing is that a first class of citizen is able to have a second class of citizen arrested and detained by the state, at will, based on nothing but assertion absent of evidence or other legal procedure of any kind.
That’s what I’m seeing. More to the point, the laws enabling this two tiered system of justice were written, advocated for and lobbied for by representatives of that first class of citizen. As if that weren’t bad enough, the very set of legislatures which established this two tiered system of justice are clearly and irrefutably illegal according to the highest law of the land, the Constitution.
Now if you thought that was the end of it, thinking to yourself “nothing could be a more damning indictment than this”: oh no it gets worse.
The very amendment to the constitution which this set of feminist legislation directly violates (the 14th): was originally written to protect freed slaves from anti black laws written by racist whites. The infamous Jim Crow laws. The exact amendment to the constitution which was expressly written to protect former slaves from being oppressed by those with power and authority, is the exact same amendment to the constitution which feminist laws violate.
Oh please tell me again about Patriarchy?
Should any feminists happen to stumble across this particular article and want to complain “but but but that’s the patriarchy’s doing” – alright. Fine then.
You want to claim to me that the Violence Against Women Act, which
1, Donates hundreds of millions of dollars to women’s shelters and women’s programs and feminist lobbies every year,
2, Was written by, advocated for by, lobbied for by and continues to be supported by feminist.
3, Establishes a two two tiered system of justice in which women are promoted to being first class citizens while men are demoted to being second class citizens,
4, Enables a woman to have a man arrested and detained by the state on her behalf with no warrant, not indictment by a grand jury and absolutely no evidence of any criminal actions,
Well now, that seems like a rather blatant evasion of reality, but let’s consider it shall we?
You want to prove “Not All feminists Are Like That”, okey dokey, fine. You start a petition, under your real name, demanding that the Violence Against Women Act be redacted on the basis that it violates the 14th amendment to the constitution. You promote your petition under your real name. You travel to the headquarters of the national organization of women where you protest with a sign which denounces the violence against women act. You see how many feminists agree with you, sign your petition and join your protest.
You will then see exactly how many feminists “are not like that.”
I’m sorry my dear feminist, you’ve been lied to. The violence against women act was mainly voted for by male politicians. That’s a demonstrable fact just by looking at who was in political office at the time to vote on that legislation. They voted in favor of this legislation for two reasons.
1, they didn’t want to be accused of being sexist or misogynist, because few politicians manage to survive a concerted onslaught of such accusations being leveled at them by feminist lobbies.
2, men will vote in favor of laws which are portrayed or propagandized as being for the protection of women. Even if those laws do create a two tiered system of justice which disadvantages men. Or even if the laws disenfranchise and demote men to being second class citizens, because men care about women’s well being.
The reverse – does not – occur.
Neither feminists, nor most women, would willfully advocate or lobby for the removal of laws which benefit them. The majority of men will vote for laws in women’s favor, at the expense of men. The majority of women will not vote for laws in men’s favor, at the expense of women. More over, the majority of women will not vote in favor of redacting laws which advantage women, regardless of whether it can be incontestably proven that said law is unconstitutional and creates a two tiered system of justice.
This is not to say that all women or even all feminists are inherently avaricious fiends: but I am telling you the undeniable truth when I say that most are. You cannot claim otherwise when I can demonstrate that most women and nearly all feminists support women having legal superiority as first class citizens.
You feminists can propagandize your “equality” shtick all you want: the factual reality is that you don’t support legal equality.
The dictionary definition of feminism may be all about equality, the talky talk pretend time and propaganda of feminism. However, when it comes to what feminists do in real life, constantly attempting to not just maintain legal superiority as first class citizens, but to expand the gap. Unceasingly attempting to create more and more legal protections and legal rights for women which are denied to men.
The dictionary definition of “an advocate of the supremacy of a particular group, especially one determined by race or sex” is a “supremacist.” If you’re advocating for or lobbying for superior rights to be given to a group or groups OVER THAT of another group or groups: you are categorically, unabashedly and undeniably, by definition, a supremacist.