Here's Robert Verkaik, the Legal Affairs Correspondent for The Independent
A change in the law
that would make it harder for men to fend off rape claims by saying that the
woman had consented to sex is being considered by ministers.
The proposed reform
switches the burden of proof to the defendant, who would have to present
evidence in court to show that the woman had given her consent without the
influence of duress or force."
We're heading directly for having to sign a document
every time we have sex.
In other words, men will shortly have to prove their
innocence. They will have to provide proof that the woman agreed. They will be
found guilty of rape unless they can prove otherwise. We're heading directly for having to
sign a document every time we have sex.
I want you to imagine
that by the year 2010 it is accepted by society that women need to sign
a document of consent before every act of sexual intercourse. No-one
complains anymore about this. We've all had enough, and we've all agreed that
women must sign a document before having sex, or the men are charged with
Very civilised indeed.
But this won't reduce rape. It
will increase it - because this is what will happen.
couples, in the heat of the moment, or because they're young and
inexperienced, or because they're not very bright, or because they don't
feel the need, or because they've been drinking, or because they don't
have a pen right now, will embark upon sex without the document being
signed. They're happy with it, and no-one will know. Who cares? So they
jump into bed and have a good time.
But then there's discord over
something. The man and the woman argue. The man stalks off. The woman is
offended. And the hysterical woman's chat show programme on the TV now reminds
her that if the document isn't signed then it was rape.
She becomes even more angry. And that
b*stard raped me. That's what the law says. He couldn't even be bothered
to get that pen. So that's what he thinks of me. Cheap and easy. That's
all I am to him. I'll teach him.
He raped me. I didn't sign that
And she phones the police.
she has re-written the History of it all
My point is that according to the new
law, he did indeed rape her. They were happy to do what they did, when
they did it. She was a happy woman while she did what she did. But their
later argument has changed all that. And she has re-written the History
of it all. That b*stard manipulated me and raped me. Rape is what the law
calls it. I have been abused.
And when he is found guilty, he will
go to prison for raping her. And the very fact that she didn't sign the
document will actually be taken as 'proof' that he must have raped her -
otherwise she would have had the time to sign the document.
You see, rape will never end.
There will always be rape.
however we define it, some couples will always cross that barrier. And
when it comes to failing to sign a document, more men will cross that
barrier, not less - so rape will increase.
Thousands more men will cross the line in failing to sign
a document than would actually
commit an act of real assault.
There will, therefore,
be THOUSANDS of more 'rapes'!
The 'rape' figures from the Home
Office will therefore escalate. The 'rape' hysteria will therefore be
pumped up again. There will therefore be even more demands for more
convictions and for more men to be sent down.
And so it will go on.
And then, of course, we will have
to tighten up the laws even more.
hundreds of thousands of men every year will be
failing to get their sex-consent documents signed
After all, hundreds of
thousands of men every year will be failing to get their sex-consent
documents signed, and the feminists will be screaming that 1 million
women are now being 'raped' every year.
So perhaps the law will
then demand that we will all need to go to a
lawyer before having sex, so that he can witness the sex-consent
document being signed. And even more couples will fail to do this. So there
will be even more 'rape'.
The truth is that the feminists and the government
simply want women to have the power to disempower and debilitate more
It's as simple as that.
The more dysfunction and disharmony
that there is, the more jobs are there for those who work in an
ever-growing abuse industry.
And men are the fodder.
Western countries are being
heavily influenced by feminist spitefulness and female vindictiveness.
And governments are very happy to accommodate to them - which is
hardly surprising, since governments are the major beneficiaries
The proposed changes to the
UK law and the
further corruption of our justice system will simply lead to more
impulsive accusations, more relationship disharmony, more family
breakdown and, therefore, more vulnerable and dysfunctional children.
Have a look at this from Carol Sarler (The
Observer 9/4/2000). She reminds us of the ... "Bristol
woman who changed her mind during sexual intercourse. She was making love with
her fiancé, in the middle of which she asked him to stop. He didn't. She lived
with him for a further two months, then he (yes, he) broke off their engagement.
She took a further three months to stew over this, then accused him of rape. He
went to jail."
How is any man to have any faith
in justice or in the security of a relationship when a perverse and
corrupt legal system aids and abets any vindictive woman who changes her
mind, or lies, at any time?
the massive feminist propaganda machine is there to
inflame women daily
And the massive
feminist propaganda machine is there to inflame women daily, and to urge them, daily, to make
false or frivolous allegations
against their partners.
It will not be long, therefore, before
men will just have to avoid completely any close relationships if they have got
And, as I have shown you, the situation will not change,
even if we all agree to have the woman sign a sex-consent document.
As the thresholds for what
are deemed to
be 'abusive' behaviours move further and further into the realms of
behaviours that are relatively normal, not only will thousands more actually cross
but there will be an even greater number of people using them in order to
make spurious accusations.
A double whammy!
The feminist-inspired hysteria
concerning rape is not about assault,
and it is not about rape. It is about feminists wanting women to have complete
control over every man in the country by allowing them to make false accusations
without fear and with impunity.
And our politicians, for their own
self-serving purposes, are supporting them.
After all, the more alleged "rapes" that there are, the bigger can
their various empires grow.
Yet there could hardly be anything more damaging to
a society than for it to pour so much energy into creating more inter-gender
Indeed, can you imagine what
injustices there would be if, for example, every police officer who was accused of
assault had actually to prove his innocence!? - and if he
was unable to do this, then he would go to prison!?
It would be an injustice against police officers of massive
proportions to instigate such a policy.
And yet, when it comes to women accusing 'men', it seems that massive
injustices just do not matter.