On False Rape Allegations
BBC Piece On False Allegation Of Rape False allegations of rape may make for gripping headlines in the newspapers, but they can also ruin the lives of those men who've been accused despite being
"We are beginning to get a lot of university students phoning us," she says. "One of the scenarios is going to the pub and then suddenly finding the morning after you've had a boozy night out and you've been with somebody, that you get a phone-call from the police because an allegation of rape has been made."
The URL to the above piece was sent to me to show that, at last, the BBC was
actually making some effort to inform the public that false allegations of rape
But I grew so aggravated by some of the baloney in the piece that I felt
impelled to remind my most fabulous readers of the reasons why I know
that the Home Office, the police and the media are lying to the public about the
rape figures and/or attempting to distort hugely the truth about them.
1. The Home Office claims (or tries to give the impression) that the vast
majority of rape allegations are true even though only 5% of them result in
But the Home Office and its feminist-dominated 'researchers' cannot
possibly know that the vast majority of allegations are true because
there is no valid evidence for this anywhere. Absolutely none.
The best that we can say from the evidence is that when the police, the
doctors and the juries have done their investigations, 95% of the allegations
In other words, what can the Home Office 'researchers' possibly know that the
police, the doctors and the juries did not know?
And the correct answer is, Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
Thus, the Home Office cannot justify its claim that the vast majority of rape
allegations are true.
Indeed, the circumstantial evidence suggests that the vast majority of rape
allegations are actually false.
2, We know that the Home Office bends over backwards to deceive
the public over the issue of rape. As just one example of this, it regularly
tells the public that the police investigate around 12,000 rapes every year in
the UK. This is a blatant and purposeful distortion of the truth - which is that
they investigate some 12,000 allegations of rape. And 95% of
these will eventually be deemed to be unsubstantiated.
the Home Office is lying to the public. It is purposely
and knowingly trying to stir up hatred towards men.
In other words, the Home Office is lying to the public. It is purposely and
knowingly trying to stir up hatred towards men.
Can you imagine the outcry that there would be if, for example, the Home
Office said that it was investigating 100,000 violent crimes committed by blacks
every year when, in fact, only 5% of this number was substantiated?
People would readily see this as a clear attempt by the Home Office to stir
up hatred towards blacks by issuing grossly inflated figures.
It would be seen as outrageous for the Home Office to claim that there were
100,000 violent crimes committed by blacks every year when they had only enough
evidence to demonstrate 5,000.
people who engaged in similar public dishonesty would probably be prosecuted for attempting to stir up racial
But this is exactly what the Home Office is doing with regard
to 'men' when it distorts hugely the 'rape' figures. It is purposely stirring up
hatred towards men.
What the Home Office and the police should be saying is that they investigate
about 600 rapes every year. Indeed, they should also be saying that they also
investigate about 11,400 allegations of rape, and that these, on close
inspection, are eventually found to be unsubstantiated.
Now, the staff at the Home Office know very well indeed what the public will
believe when they are fed the lie that they are investigating 12,000 'rapes'
every year. The public will believe that there is a huge epidemic of rape and,
further, that thousands of men are getting away with rape.
Indeed, you only have to look at any of the media to see that feminists and
politicians are forever claiming that thousands of
men are getting away with rape.
For example, on the basis of the Home Office lies, UK feminists regularly
claim in the media that, "19 out of 20 women in Britain see their attackers go
The idea behind this persistent claim is to give the impression that the
'patriarchal' justice system is biased against women and somehow colluding with
rapists - when, in fact, the very opposite is true - to stir up hatred towards
'men' - as a whole - to pressure, with much success, the government into
corrupting the justice system even further in order to gain more convictions -
regardless of the consequences to innocent men - and to encourage even more
women to make formal accusations of rape.
And, quite clearly, this is precisely what the Home Office intends
Clearly, and without a shadow of doubt, the staff at the Home Office want
to deceive the public over the number of rapes.
Clearly, and without a shadow of doubt, the staff at the Home Office want
to deceive the public over the number of rapes. They want to give
the impression that there is an epidemic of rape. They want
the public to believe that thousands of men are getting away with rape every
year. They want to get more convictions. They want
to see more innocent men prosecuted and they want more and more
women to make accusations.
These are government officials purposely deceiving their own people, and
purposely stirring up hatred towards their own people.
How much lower can these officials sink?
I should also point out that the official conviction rate for rape is
calculated on a different basis to all
With all other crimes, the 'conviction rate' is calculated on the basis
of the number of cases going to trial. With rape, however, it is
calculated on the basis of the number of allegations.
If the conviction rate for rape was calculated as it is in the case of
all other crimes, it would be about 50%, not 5%.
Thus, the idea behind this deceit is, clearly, to give the impression
to the public that thousands of men are getting away with rape.
3. The Home Office nowadays claims that there are around 50,000 rapes in the
UK every year. (This figure has actually more than halved over the past few
years - in part, I believe, because of the aggravation that people like me
have been causing them.)
But this 50,000 is based on the assumption that the vast majority of women
who make allegations are telling the truth. If, however, the number of women
telling the truth is, in fact, only about 10% - which is what the evidence really
suggests; e.g. see my piece Rape Baloney - then
the number of rapes is about 5,000 - not 50,000.
4. Home Office staff have been caught lying through their teeth over and over
again over so many matters recently (immigration, prisoner releases etc) that
the whole department was actually deemed to be 'unfit for purpose' by a recent
Home Office cabinet minister - John Reid - who was so incensed by the perpetual
torrent of lies coming out of them.
This is clearly a department whose staff you cannot trust on any
Finally, I cannot refrain from pointing out that senior UK police officers
are also involved in the dissemination of these lies and distortions about rape
and that they are, therefore, discrediting their profession and their colleagues
by engaging in such dishonesty.
A double whammy for police officers.
Indeed, when it comes to their male colleagues, they are discrediting them both
as police officers and as men.
A double whammy for them.