Men who support the #MeToo movement must not realize that they could be the next to get accused

5ba181518905f2fc1e8b5340-1536-768A lot of men fall into a trap, where a foid starts telling a story about all the different men who raped her, and how she filed police reports against them and took out restraining orders, etc.; and then she says, “But I’m so glad YOU’RE different than those guys! We can actually have a healthy relationship.” The guy can’t believe his good luck in being chosen and trusted, so he gets into a relationship with her. Guess what, he’ll be the next one to get accused. Once a girl has found out that she can make uncorroborated allegations without being punished, she’ll keep doing it, and even be emboldened to escalate this behavior. She becomes like those girls in the Salem witch trials, who kept accusing more and more people till finally there was pushback.

This takes place on a society-wide scale, too. Women across the country are watching to see what happens to Brett Kavanaugh; if an uncorroborated accusation about stuff that allegedly happened 35 years ago is able to derail his nomination, then more foids will be emboldened to try the same tactic against men whose careers they want to destroy.

This this current environment, every foid is potentially dangerous, but especially any girl who has any story of being victimized by men. Kavanaugh was probably just minding his own business rather than getting mixed up with this foid who’s now saying he assaulted her, but the problem is that he’s so high-profile that in a country of 325 million people, there’s going to be at least one nutjob who thinks he molested her.

If Kavanaugh’s nomination doesn’t survive, the upshot will probably be that Presidents will feel more inclined to appoint females to high public offices so that they don’t have to worry so much about #MeToo allegations, and we’ll end up with even more of a gynocracy than we have now. We saw that after the Secret Service had a prostitution scandal, Obama appointed a female director to lead the agency. Elevating foids to powerful roles will be how people prove that they’re not misogynists.

Eventually, maybe what’s going to happen is that men will just need to stay out of the workforce altogether, and let foids be the ones to go out into the business world and be breadwinners, while they sit at home. That way, there won’t be any sexual harassment, except by lesbians. Realistically, it’s just not viable to have men and women working side by side; we need to have either an all-male or all-female workforce. Maybe the end result of #MeToo is that betabuxxing will become a thing of the past, since betabuxxers are the prime targets of sexual harassment allegations.

4 thoughts on “Men who support the #MeToo movement must not realize that they could be the next to get accused

  1. The way you phrase it, “if an uncorroborated accusation about stuff that allegedly happened 35 years ago is able to derail his nomination,” gives a good portrayal of why this controversy should be disturbing. Since the Roy Moore debacle, it has become clear that accusations about sexual activity are suddenly a potent political weapon for the feminist agenda. The ‘#MeToo’ movement has also tried to portray ‘sexual abuse’ as occurring everywhere and even as a trait of trivial actions. In a time when things like the incel phenomenon have appeared, females are going to even further lengths to discourage males who don’t follow the etiquette that some females would prefer. Of course, this is still not as likely to target Chads that can get away with the same behaviour and be received favourably. While some incels have a go at ‘mentalcels,’ if a person were a mentalcel in the ‘#MeToo’ age then they would have so many reasons to be cautious that they might not even know where to begin. If you aren’t Chad-like and with females already, then in many Western cultures you might as well be under a restraining order.

    It seems that many from SF and other WNs have supported the ‘#MeToo’ movement quite fiercely because they think that it helps with their defence of the ‘precious, fragile white women.’ They will only become surprised when it goes after politicians they like, but once that’s over they go back to vilifying whoever is accused. This seems akin to giving tacit consent to liberalism.

    It does seem likely that female officials are close to being a simple way to stave off public discontent. All the same, some male politicians might be hesitant about going overboard with this. Further, females like Sarah Palin or Ann Coulter were likely to be mocked a few years ago by people who opposed them politically. Now female politicians are almost all portrayed as far more serious – even the pseudo-socialist Ocasio-Cortez. Even Coulter is now liked by SFcels (!!), and heralded as a wise opponent of white genocide. It’s likely that attempted female inroads into politics are a continuing trend, and may eventually become a way of staving off accusations. This is a political problem. However, political tribes will probably fall behind female candidates of ‘their’ Party. Movements like Zionism have a similar modus operandi to feminism, and they hence complement each other. Needless to say, support for Israel or for associated Western war in the Middle East is rarely portrayed as nearly as offensive as saying something ‘questionable’ about Israel or females.

    Politics is increasingly being derailed by demographics being ‘offended,’ as for instance with the Labour Party or the Roy Moore/Kavanaugh controversies. The Democratic Party has nominated two candidates in succession based on their ‘historical’ demographic. You’re correct that improving social standing can hardly be much of an honestly engaging vocation for today’s males, as the work terrain increasingly requires commitment to all sorts of peculiar written and unwritten feminist laws and hardly allows for expressing people’s honest opinions on important manners (as your post does.) It’s unlikely that most political movements wish for this to change.

    You might expect sexual harassment or rape decisions to be difficult, as there is little way to demonstrate intent or consent and so on. So turning them into a mass trend might also seem complex. Nonetheless, this has been resolved by favouring the female and their after-the-fact feelings. This is bizarre. Likewise, people like Ken Livingstone have been hounded out for neutral statements of fact as if they had clearly said something (?) with an anti-Semitic agenda, even though few other demographics would receive the same protection.

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    1. Ken Livingstone getting kicked out is what I call Karma though. He’d previously ranted and raved about his hatred of paedophiles. I actually had some trouble finding articles that discussed it (I guess the internet is heavily censored and stuff keeps getting deleted these days) but at the bottom of this article on Tom O’Carroll being booted out of Labour (https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/labour-party-suspends-convicted-paedophile-7380187) it mentions that Ken Livingstone called for “tougher sentences for child sex crimes”.

      In a way that’s the irony of all of this. These feminist child protectionist zealots are so narcissistic and delusional that they even end up throwing one another under the PC bus. Good news for us though as it gives us a chance to present a stronger, more coherent, more unified Male Sexualist movement! If we can get our enemies to fight amongst themselves then we won’t even have to enter into much of a battle at all! We do need to make our selves visible though as a viable alternative to this lunacy.

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      1. I was using Livingstone as an example of a trend, he wasn’t the focus of the statement. The point was that ‘anti-Semitism’ accusations can be made without much reason. He isn’t the only target, of course. I don’t think that focussing on Livingstone was the point of mentioning him.

        It’s entirely plausible that Kavanaugh also has made ‘objectionable’ statements of some sort. That does not mean that the feminist opposition are promoting a positive agenda or are somehow on higher ground.

        As much as SJW liberals can also target each other, it’s quite clear that they are even more determined to adduce ‘incriminating’ accusations against their opposition. Controversies can often merely serve to get the SJWs riled up and cause them to fall more enthusiastically behind certain agendas.

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  2. I was using Livingstone as an example of a trend, he wasn’t the focus of the statement. The point was that ‘anti-Semitism’ accusations can be made without much reason. He isn’t the only target, of course. I don’t think that focussing on Livingstone was the point of mentioning him.

    It’s entirely plausible that Kavanaugh also has made ‘objectionable’ statements of some sort. That does not mean that the feminist opposition are promoting a positive agenda or are somehow on higher ground.

    As much as SJW liberals can also target each other, it’s quite clear that they are even more determined to adduce ‘incriminating’ accusations against their opposition. Controversies can often merely serve to get the SJWs’ base riled up and cause them to fall more enthusiastically behind certain agendas.

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