While we’re waiting for next set of influential, highly-paid male testicles to get lopped off by accusations of “sexual harassment” or “sexually inappropriate behavior” – not assault, mind you, or anything that could be taken to a court except a media kangaroo court – and see the destroying of another prominent show biz or political career, it might be a good time to try and figure out who is orchestrating all this latest media hysteria for us.
My indicators point to some Secret Committee of Feminists and LGBTQs – hardcore man haters – who want to get rid of as many powerful males in the media, Hollywood and/or Republican strongholds as they can, so they can fill the newly created void with one of their own.
These are not your normal feminists or LGBTQs, the ones who want to just get along and fit in and go about their lives. No, these females are ruthless, out for testicles without blinking an eye, and they want more – more political power, more media power, more power in what they see as a male dominated, chauvanist world, and will do anything or destroy any male who gets in their way.
This Secret Committee of male haters is able to enlist other like-minded women through connections like #MeToo, saying they are helping empowering all women and making the workplace safer. The accusers they enlist come forth with a story of a lecherous, sexist, influential man on tv – just enough to destroy a career, but rarely anything that would hold up in court. But it’s not about due process or law, but in shaming and executing a powerful man quickly and efficiently in the media court of hysteria of opinion. Then he gone! On to the next male chauvinist pig!
If you look closely, this Secret Committee, whoever they are, is not really about protecting or empowering victimized women – though they pretend to be – nor are they out to make the workplace safer for their fellow females.
They find an accuser to come forth – an anonymous call will do – to quickly indict and execute the male target. He then disappears, as does the accuser, without the protracted mess of due process or having to prove a case in the courts. Then the Committee of Man Haters works to fill the sudden void with one of their own, hopefully at the same pay and perhaps a better dental plan.
Those of us in the normal heterosexual real world outside Washington, D.C., media centers like New York and Hollywood – which is 99% percent of us – know that this kind of “inappropriate sexual behavior” or “sexual harassment” spewed across television is not part of our existence. People in the real workplace generally respect one another and get along civilly. We watch the latest news with disgust and nausea, and then go back to the real brutality of trying to make a living or raise kids in a complicated, Nano speed world.
And don’t ever suggest that the Committee might be getting carried away or a little too hysterical or vindictive or unreasonable. When actor Matt Damon dared to suggest we put some of this into perspective, saying “There’s a difference between, you know, patting someone on the butt and rape or child molestation, right? Both of those behaviors need to be confronted and eradicated, without question, but they shouldn’t be conflated (meaning mixed together), right?”
You would have thought Damon was a serial rapist for uttering such remarks. The feminist/homosexual hordes descended on Damon in social media – another place most of us over 16 with jobs don’t inhabit – demanding that a cameo role Damon filmed be excluded from an upcoming film. If they couldn’t destroy his career with a female accuser, they could at least trash his career by anti-feminist association.
But there are signs that dissention might be rising within the normal female ranks, maybe a sense that this media vendetta and hysteria is getting a little carried away. In a recent opinion piece in the New York Times – a female recently wrote a piece entitled, Publicly, We Say #MeToo. Privately, We Have Misgivings.
“And what exactly are men being accused of?” the female author wrote. “What is the difference between harassment and assault and “inappropriate conduct”? There is a disturbing lack of clarity about the terms being thrown around and a lack of distinction regarding what the spectrum of objectionable behavior really is. Shouldn’t sexual harassment, for instance, imply a degree of hostility? Is kissing someone in affection, however inappropriately, or showing someone a photo of a nude male torso necessarily predatory behavior?”
But don’t hold your breath any time soon, because there is a broader feminist/homosexual agenda by the Committee, besides power and taking down of a prominent man. They are narcissists and want the world to be like them. They want to set fear aflame inside any potential heterosexual relationships, or workplace, because such healthy male-female pairings aren’t relevant to their world or their agenda. They can’t comprehend a loving, caring male-female bonding. It’s all about them. So let’s destroy, and open up a new job for our gals, maybe even get our candidate elected who can further the agenda, which includes same sex marriage, unrestricted abortion, and separate bathrooms for transgenders.
After Matt Lauer got thrown out of his Rockefeller Center office windows at NBC onto 6th Avenue, his former fellow workers who remained were later told “that if they find out about any affairs, romances, inappropriate relationships or behavior in the office, they have to report it to human resources, their superior or the company anti-harassment phone line. The staffers were shocked that they are now expected to snitch on their friends.”
Sound like Nazi Germany? Just think of how many lasting, loving relationships and marriages started in offices across America? Hundreds of thousands. Maybe millions. But we’re dealing with homosexuals and women – narcissists all – who have no interest in promoting heterosexual relationships, because that’s something they don’t want, and can never have. Unfortunately for the rest of us, they have control of the media and are rampaging through legislatures and executive suites and into our bars and living rooms with their “inappropriate sexual behavior” terrorist campaigns.
But normal heterosexual people, don’t be anxious or alarmed. Just be aware at what’s happening and go about your boring lives without fear, do your job, walk the dog, hug your kid. And turn off the television news when these stories arise. Then the hysteria won’t exist, unless you work in Hollywood or television studios like NBC, and those places aren’t for normal people anyway.