Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Why do people compare Feminism to... Nazism?!!

mr-cappadocia:
nextyearsgirl:
He’s now compared radfems to Nazis and himself to a Jew so I’m pretty certain nothing’s going to top that. Night, tumblr!
Feminists such as yourself have been chipping away at the rights of men for decades now.

And I’m talking actual rights. Like the presumption of innocence. For example, Feminists have mandated that when police make an arrest in a domestic violence dispute (which they pretty much have to do whenever there’s a call) they have to take things like weight and height into consideration.

As in all other things being equal the party that is taller and weighs more is the one you arrest.

You’re okay with this.

We’re talking about the kangaroo courts set up by Title IX at the behest of Feminists that allows “people” (read: men) on college campuses to be tried and convicted of sexual assault using the lowest standard of evidence.

But don’t take my word for it… take it from a fellow Feminist:
How does this campus tribunal proceed to evaluate the accusations? Upon what evidence is it able to make a judgment?

The frightening answer is that like the proverbial 800-pound gorilla, the tribunal does pretty much whatever it wants, showing scant regard for fundamental fairness, due process of law, and the well-established rules and procedures that have evolved under the Constitution for citizens’ protection.

Who knew that American college students are required to surrender the Bill of Rights at the campus gates?

My son was given written notice of the charges against him, in the form of a letter from the campus Title IX officer. But instead of affording him the right to be fully informed, the separately listed allegations were a barrage of vague statements, rendering any defense virtually impossible. The letter lacked even the most basic information about the acts alleged to have happened years before. Nor were the allegations supported by any evidence other than the word of the ex-girlfriend.


The hearing itself was a two-hour ordeal of unabated grilling by the school’s committee, during which, my son later reported, he was expressly denied his request to be represented by counsel or even to have an attorney outside the door of the room. The questioning, he said, ran far afield even from the vaguely stated allegations contained in the so-called notice. Questions from the distant past, even about unrelated matters, were flung at him with no opportunity for him to give thoughtful answers.

The many pages of written documentation that my son had put together—which were directly on point about his relationship with his accuser during the time period of his alleged wrongful conduct—were dismissed as somehow not relevant.

What was relevant, however, according to the committee, was the unsworn testimony of “witnesses” deemed to have observable knowledge about the long-ago relationship between my son and his accuser.
This is what happens with Feminists in power. Nazi Germany didn’t begin with the ovens.

It began with dehumanization. Something your movement pushes for at every opportunity.

Just look at the way you and yours talk about everything even vaguely related to men. You have absolute contempt for me. You don’t view me as an equal. You never will. I could offer you everything you’ve ever asked for and it wouldn’t be enough for you. I could give every concession and it wouldn’t be enough.

I could let you sheer off a pound of flesh and you’d ask for another. Because that’s how hate based movements operate. They don’t stop. They can’t stop. They aren’t fueled by a desire for a better life. Or equality. Or justice. Or hope.

They’re fueled by hate… and if I denied you anything you’d just use that to justify your hatred… and if I gave you anything you’d claim that I was showing weakness and now was the time, once and for all, to put the knife to my throat.

Because that’s how movements like yours have always operated. It hasn’t changed.

So when I describe you in the same breath as one does Nazi Germany it’s because you have the same mentality.

Do you think curtailing my rights would be enough? Denying me support would be enough? Putting me in prison under the thinnest of pretenses? Would that be enough?
No, of course not. And we both know it.

You don’t view me as human. You never will. That’s why I can point out to you no man in America actually has reproductive rights and the *very first thing you think about* is “Rapist.

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