The Rape Scam
Some of you have remarked on the fact that there seems to be a recent
increase in the UK of the number of women being prosecuted for making
false allegations of rape. Furthermore, the sentences being handed out to
these wicked women seem to have increased in length.
Progress! - is how we all feel.
But let us not get too carried away, because the chances are that the
government is merely responding to MRA activism in order to demonstrate
just how wonderful and effective are their draconian and corrupt laws when
it comes to 'relationship crimes' - such as rape.
Let me explain.
UK government ministers and officials are well aware of sites like this
Indeed, I spend much of my time spewing venom in their direction and
informing them about the presence of this most magnificent website.
And so, for example, not so long ago, I emailed the assistants of Vera
Baird (the UK's current Solicitor General, ardent feminist and man-hater)
and asked them what is was like working for a liar.
She had obviously wound me up - for some reason which I cannot now
I included a link to my fabulous video concerning the rape statistics
and suggested that Mzzzzzz Vera Baird might like to look at it in order to
see how easy it was to expose her lies.
Anyway. My point is that I and others are harassing the powers-that-be
and showing them that they are heading for increasing trouble over all
their rape baloney.
And my guess is that they are finally responding by ...
1. ... prosecuting more women who make false rape allegations
2. ... ensuring that more publicity is given over to such prosecutions.
Now, the reason that they will be doing this is not because they give a
damn about innocent men being persecuted and prosecuted over the flimsiest
and phoniest of accusations. They will be doing this in order to claim a
victory in the 'war against rape'.
Bear with me.
Both 1 and 2 above will reduce the number of false allegations made by
But all allegations are counted as
'rapes' in the statistics.
by reducing the number of false allegations, the
government will claim, falsely, that they have actually reduced the number of 'rapes'.
And so by reducing the number of false allegations, the government will
claim, falsely, that they have actually reduced the number of 'rapes'.
Furthermore, as the number of false allegations decreases, so the
conviction rate (the number of
convictions per allegation) goes up - which is one of the government's
In other words, by doing 1. and/or 2. above, Vera Baird and her cronies will be able to claim that
their horrible policies are working!
Number of (so-called) 'rapes' down!
Conviction rate up!
What a wonderfully simple way to get the 'rape' figures down and the
conviction rate up.
Just prosecute more women!
they will then use this victory to prejudice even further the legal system
So, Yes, there does seem to be some progress for the MM when it comes
to false rape allegations but, on the other hand, the man-hating
politicians will claim some kind of victory out of the changing numbers -
but they will then use this victory to prejudice even further the legal system
But it is not the numbers that most MRAs are concerned about.
It is the wholly corrupt and prejudicial manner in which men are
treated following a rape accusation - e.g. sometimes having to spend
months in prison before any trial -
and also the thoroughly unjust procedures used in the courtrooms - with
men often being found guilty solely on the basis of the testimony of one
Until these things change, we will not really have made very much in
the way of 'progress'.
So, Yes, it does seem that we have made some progress recently, but not
And it is especially important to note that the organism of government
does not give two hoots about the welfare of people, it is only concerned
to empower itself.
And, in this particular case, being able to claim that the 'rape'
figures have gone down while the conviction rate has gone up will only be
of interest to government ministers because these will help to bolster
their own standing in the eyes of the public.
This is all just a numbers game for them
This is all just a numbers game for them - numbers that they will simply
jiggle about in accordance with what they think will help them in their
Indeed, I can assure you that very many of the government officials
currently running the show are no less malicious, self-serving and greedy
than are the myriads of those who, only within the past 100 years or so,
killed, enslaved, imprisoned and maimed millions of their very own people.
So, let us not all get too excited about the apparent increase in the
number of women false accusers being prosecuted.
While finishing the above piece, I saw this in today's Times, ...
Harman Demands Tougher Rape Laws
Harriet Harman has vetoed a review of the rape laws at the eleventh hour,
complaining that the proposals fail to address the concerns of women.
... so, there you go. As suggested above, it seems that Harriet Harman
and her officials have simply been paving the way to justify more
corruption in rape cases by having a few false accusers thrown to the
The technique that one can expect to see, therefore, appears to be as
Reduce the temptation for women to make false allegations of rape by,
for example, prosecuting a few of them (which will
fraudulently reduce the 'rape' figures) and, at the same
time, 'toughen up the rape laws'.
Harriet Harman and her horrible feminist friends will then claim that
the (bogus) reduction in the rape figures was a direct result of the
toughening of the rape laws - when, in fact, this (bogus) reduction in
have simply been the result of prosecuting a few more
women who had made false accusations.
In a nutshell:
Some 90% of rape allegations are false.
false allegations, however, are counted as 'rapes'.
Thus, by reducing the number of false allegations, governments can
claim to have reduced the number of 'rapes'.
And so if governments prosecute a few more false accusers in order to
reduce the number of false allegations while, at the same time,
'toughening up the rape laws', they can claim that 'toughening up the rape
laws' has reduced the number of 'rapes'; whereas, in fact, it was the
prosecution of a few more false accusers that led to a reduction in the
(bogus) rape figures, not the 'toughening up the rape laws'.
The upshot, however, is that ALL men will have to face tougher (i.e.
more corrupt) rape laws - laws that will end up convicting
many more innocent men.