The Truth About The Rape Statistics
The evidence that I have seen shows that most allegations of rape made to the
police are false.
The 'research' that purports to show otherwise is mostly bogus.
Indeed, the very fact that the definition of 'rape' is completely fudged in most
of the 'research' in this area makes it impossible to evaluate it objectively.
However, if it is true that the vast majority of real rapes goes
unreported (which is the claim made by most rape 'researchers') and
if it is also true that the vast majority of rape allegations made to the police are
true (which is another claim made by most rape 'researchers') then it follows
logically that men are raping women many times more often than are women making false
allegations about such things.
the evidence shows quite clearly that
many women will make such allegations for the most trivial of reasons
But this is just not credible given that the evidence shows quite clearly that many women
will make such allegations for the most trivial of reasons e.g. in order to gain
sympathy. And if they will allege rape simply in order to
gain sympathy, then the mind boggles at how many women must be making false
allegations of rape for more 'urgent' reasons.
Indeed, it was only a few weeks ago that a
was released following eight months in prison because three young women had
accused him of sexually-assaulting them simply in order to explain why they were
late for class!
Three of them!
And time and time again we have seen women colluding with each other to
make multiple false accusations.
It is quite clear, therefore, that thousands, if not millions, of women
now find the idea of making false accusations to be acceptable.
Indeed, I, myself, have heard a conversation between two women
discussing the false allegations of a mutual friend of theirs (a woman
unknown to me) concerning child sex-abuse against her husband - simply in
order to hurt him while going through a divorce.
The two women whom I was listening to were laughing over the matter,
and thought, presumably, that it was a good tactic.
They showed no concern whatsoever for the man who was being falsely
accused of a truly horrible crime against his own son.
Thus, the feminist-inspired myth that the probability of an 'average' woman
making a false accusation of rape is far, far less than the probability of an
'average' man actually raping a woman is ridiculous.
Please bear with me for a moment.
Much of the rape research suggests that the majority of real rapes goes
unreported. In fact, the figures commonly bandied about suggest that only about
one-tenth of real rapes are reported to the police.
Now, imagine a town called X. And let us assume for the moment that the likelihood of a man
committing a rape is exactly the same as the likelihood of a woman making a false allegation
Now, imagine that in this town ten men commit a rape one
Well, the evidence suggests that only one of the raped women
(one-tenth of them) will actually report the matter to the police.
Now, since we are assuming that the likelihood of a rape is the same as the
likelihood of a false allegation of rape, then it follows that since ten men committed a rape,
then ten women will actually make a false allegation about rape.
And so eleven allegations of rape will be made to the
only one of them will be true.
In other words, more than 90% of the allegations are false.
And please remember that this is assuming that men are
just as likely to rape
women as women are to make false allegations about rape - something which, quite
frankly, is preposterous.
Furthermore, there is surely very little doubt
that when intimates are having relationship problems - and it is under
these circumstances that most rape allegations are made - women
are far more likely to lie and to make wild exaggerations of rape than are men in
these situations likely to rape them.
And yet, somehow, we are expected to believe that
some 90% of rape allegations are true,
and that some 90% of rapes go unreported. But if this were true, then it would
follow that men are ninety
more likely to rape a woman than is a woman likely to make a false allegation of rape.
The Maths goes like this. Imagine 100
allegations of rape are made to the police one evening. 90% of them are assumed by the
researchers to be true.
So, 90 of these women will have been genuinely raped according to the
researchers. But because only 10% of genuine rapes are actually reported to the police, there were, in fact, according to the
researchers, 900 genuine
rapes altogether in the same evening.
Now, if 10% of all the allegations are said by the researchers
to be false, this means that 10 of
the allegations that were made to the police are deemed to be false.
So, according to the researchers, we have 900 genuine rapes and 10 false
allegations. In other words, according to the researchers, there are 90 times as
many rapes as there are false allegations.
for every woman who makes a false allegation of rape
... it is supposed to be the case that ninety men have actually committed a rape.
In other words, for every woman who makes a false
allegation of rape - or even stumbles into making one - it is supposed to be the
case that ninety men have actually committed a rape.
And, further, this is supposed to be true despite the fact
that we know that some women make false allegations of rape for the most trivial
of reasons and that many women often have a great deal to gain by making false allegations of rape;
whereas, on the other hand, men have a great deal to lose by
committing an act of rape.
Furthermore, women are encouraged daily
by the media to make allegations of 'abuse'.
Woman falsely reports rape to get day off from work.
All in all, therefore, the likelihood is very high that women are far more likely to make
false allegations than are men likely to commit acts of rape.
And if this is the case - which seems
highly likely - then even the high figure of 90% for false allegations (as in
town X - where the probabilities of real rapes and
false allegations are equal) is going to be an underestimate
of the proportion of the allegations that are false.
This sounds incredible, I know, but please bear with me, because the objective evidence is
far more consistent
with this notion than with the notion that false rape allegations are few in
For example, in the UK, for every 100 allegations of rape made
to the police, only 6 result in convictions.
Needless to say, however, the feminists, the
politically correct, the whole of the abuse industry and, of course, women
themselves, have huge vested interests in covering up the truth about this
They all gain enormous rewards by demonising men.
And their overall message is this.
Even though women gain numerous advantages from
alleging rape, and even though we know that millions of women behave
'irrationally' when they are 'emotional', drunk, drugged or angry, and despite the fact that we know that women will even make such
allegations for the most selfish and trivial of reasons, men are so awful and
women are so innocent that the average male is still ninety
times more likely to rape
a woman than is an average female likely to make a false
they want to see many more convictions.
And they want to see many more convictions.
And, typically, as the general public learns what
devious and dishonest propaganda these
groups promote, they will simply respond by jiggling around with all
their statistics in order to come up
with something more 'credible'.
This is how their hateful game is normally played.
Indeed, the forces that suppress
the truth about the rape figures are truly massive.
And these massive forces are used not only to
hoodwink the public about the rape figures - and, indeed, about most of the other figures to do
with matters of 'abuse' - they are also used as some kind of justification to demonise men, to hurt them, to
discriminate against them, to push them through outrageously unjust legal
processes which have been corrupted through and through, and to make it possible
for women to destroy their lives completely for no other reason than that they
In the UK, for example, only some 5% of
allegations result in convictions. In other words, when the police and the lawyers
and the doctors and the juries have done all the investigating that they possibly can, the result is that some 95% of cases are judged NOT GUILTY or NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE.
So where, exactly, is the valid evidence to suggest that the vast majority of these 95% of women have,
in fact, been raped? - a claim persistently made by government officials.
Well, there is no such evidence.
It is just a guess - a very biased guess - based mostly on the misandric
musings of feminist-dominated academics.
And you must always remember that these academics were not present at
the scenes of the alleged rapes. As such, they cannot possibly know what
But because they have this notion that "women never lie about rape",
their mindset is such that if a woman alleges that she has been raped,
then she must have been raped.
Finally, please note that (given the
commonly-accepted preponderance of unreported rapes; i.e. 9 out of 10) even if men were
ten times as
likely to rape women as women were to make false allegations of rape, it would still
be the case that 50% of rape allegations made to the police would be false.
Study the following image ...
Of course, I have no doubt that many women are seriously assaulted every
year, and that most of these do not go to the police. But, of those who are
turning up at the police station when it comes to rape, the evidence strongly
suggests that the majority, these days, are making false allegations.
Even the police believe this.
Note also that when I talk about false accusers, I am not talking
about women who have been raped. I am talking about a completely different
population of women. The women who have been raped are NOT mostly turning
up at the police station. It is women from a completely different
population who are mostly turning up at the police station - the false
They do exist. And they exist in sufficient numbers to flood the whole
Indeed, even if only 3% of women are inclined to make
one false accusation, this would account
for all the rape allegations made
over a 30 year period - assuming current rates.
But, of course, we are not allowed to contemplate publicly the
possibility that some 3% of our women ever
feel malicious enough over a thirty-year period to make a false claim
Our women are all angels. Every single one of them. At all times.
No matter how drunk, how drugged, how vindictive, how deluded, how
malicious, how angry, how insane, how vengeful, how scheming, how impulsive they might
be - at any given time - not even 3% of them would
ever stumble into making a false claim over a thirty-year
But, at the same time, we are also supposed to believe that some 25% of
men are sex abusers and/or rapists - because this is also what the phony
official statistics currently imply.
Of course, all this is preposterous nonsense. Hateful nonsense directed
Goodness me. We even see women making false rape claims to account for
why they were late for work or
because they do not want to pay the taxi
Can you imagine just how many of them would make false accusations when
they are really angry?
But, No. We are supposed to continue to believe that all our women are
such angels that not even 3% of them would ever lie about such matters; no
matter what is their emotional state or their personality type.
In short, the evidence very strongly suggests that our legal system is
clearly encouraging false accusers while discouraging genuine victims.
But our officials deny this, despite the fact that they have no strong
evidence for this denial.
Why do they do this?
For two main reasons, it seems to me.
1. They are terrified of the feminist-inspired malevolence and
histrionics that are usually generated very publicly should anyone dare to
suggest that most allegations are false.
2. They, like any other business, need to keep generating work in order
to provide themselves with good careers, good pay, lavish pensions and
generous expense accounts. And so encouraging false allegations brings
them numerous rewards.