Rape culture: Truth and untruth


I wanted to do this post in response to the whole Bill Cosby rape saga, and the debate within certain circles of Afrikan people. I don’t care if other ethnic groups want to debate it among themselves, because they will do what they want to do about us with impunity. I wanted to address it also, because I find that my people, suffer from long term and short term memory loss and an affliction for drama that surpasses the average school girl state. Now let me put it out there, that I am not a sycophant or worshiper of Bill Cosby. In the past I have watched his movies and seen his Fat Albert series and Cosby show and appreciate the humor and the positive imagery he tried to produce and show the world.

I remember in 2008, an incident happened that shook me and opened my eyes to rape, as I never really experienced it before. A close friend of mine, during an interaction, for some reason just broke down and started crying on a completely unrelated event. When i queried her on the sudden fit of crying, she opened up and talked about a childhood of sexual abuse.  I felt powerless, because this was a sister that I always thought had a charmed life and appeared to have it together. Even with all of that, in meditating on what transpired at that time, i was able to also rationalize certain behavior that was totally out of character with her…on the surface. This revelation troubled me to such an extinct, that I started asking certain other female friends about their experience, and each one told me a similar story, of childhood sexual abuse and rape. Eventually the number of women, telling the same story made me realize that many Afrikan women have been victim of childhood sexual abuse and assault. Or in smaller cases as adult…. or as quietly as it is kept, so too young males, not in the prison system. The latter something I found out that was even more disturbing because of the lack of statistics, support and advocacy.

I have also been aware of numerous females who have used rape and sexual assaults as a weapon against somebody they dislike, to get revenge or to get some kind of prize that they ordinarily would not have received otherwise. These particular females are among some of the worse piece of shits ever. Because not only does making false claims of rape, actually obscures a real rape victims fight for balance and justice, but it destroys a man’s life, even beyond whatever, judicial punishment he receives. This kind of mentality is inspired, supported and augmented, by a failed social environment and political inequity, that fails to practice true gender equality, as their mealy mouth platitude defecates over that notion. Keep in mind that feminism and the power elites, who introduced this failed experiment, did so as a means to oppress feminine females and to break up the family in order to create a new tax base. With the recruiting of man and women hating Valkyries and feminazis and the manginas they produced, we have a culture that claims to right a wrong that was never wrong…even for modern yurugu…by turning against all men who do not bow and kiss the ass of these same Valkyries. Yes, feminism, and feminazis are leading the charge against men in general and Afrikan men in particular as the face of sexual abuse and rape. Despite the fact that just like serial killers, the face of serial rapist are yurugu males AND yurugu females.

When a bunch of anti-Afrikan haters can have a yurugu female walk through an ethnic neighborhood of New York for 10 hours and then edit the video down to support their notion of street harassment being the face of Afrikan males, we shouldn’t be surprised that this attack has now taken on a national fervor.

Before getting into the meat of this post, a few explanation:—-

RAPE:

1. the unlawful compelling of a person through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse.
2. any act of sexual intercourse that is forced upon a person.
3. an act of plunder, violent seizure, or abuse; despoliation; violation: the rape of the countryside.
4. Archaic. the act of seizing and carrying off by force. verb (used with object), raped, raping.
5. to force to have sexual intercourse.
6. to plunder (a place); despoil.
7. to seize, take, or carry off by force. verb (used without object), raped, raping.
8. to commit rape.
The term rape came from the Middle English period, as well as the Anglo-French culture. However it is the Latin origin of the term that had predated the English one from 1250-1300. Middle English rapen < Anglo-French raper < Latin rapereto seize, carry off by force, plunder; (noun) Middle English < Anglo-French, derivative of raper
Over the last few years, women violence advocate came to the conclusion that simple rape was not enough a definition to cover, what they felt was the male oppression of women. So they came up with this…..

….. Sexual assault, seen as a form of sexual violence, is any involuntary sexual act in which a person is threatened, coerced, or forced to engage against their will, or any non-consensual sexual touching of a person. This includes rape (such as forced vaginal, anal or oral penetration or drug facilitated sexual assault), groping, forced kissing, child sexual abuse, or the torture of the victim in a sexual manner.

In legal (yurugu) terms , sexual assault is a statutory offense in various jurisdictions, including the United States, Canada,England and Wales, Ireland, and Scotland. The legal definition of the crime of sexual assault is determined by each jurisdiction. Specific legal jurisdictions and research often use highly technical or detailed definitions of the term. In some places, such as New South Wales, the crime of sexual assault has replaced the traditional crime of rape, and is being defined as non-consensual penetrative sex. By contrast, in other jurisdictions, the crime deals with non-penetrative sexual contact.

It is understood that each woman defines sexual violence differently based on her own personal and unique experience. It is also understood that any definition must acknowledge that while the majority of sexual violence is committed by men against women and children, it is also experienced by people in same sex relationship, by Trans people and by some men. Having a clear definition of the issue is the first step towards its elimination. Sexual violence, as defined by the United Nations is “[a]ny violence, physical or psychological, carried out through sexual means or by targeting sexuality” .  Sexual violence is a broad term that describes a continuum of aggression, abuse and violence. It includes but is not limited to sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape, (date, marital, partner, stranger, gang), ritual abuse, sexual harassment, incest, childhood sexual abuse, molestation, stalking, indecent/ sexualized exposure, degrading sexual imagery, voyeurism, exhibitionism, dissemination of sexual photographs electronically (cyber harassment), rape during armed conflict, trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Sexual violence includes any act that undermines an individual’s sexual or gender integrity. Forced prostitution, forced marriage (especially of minors), forced cohabitation, forced adoption of a gender role that does not conform to an individual’s identity, trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation also come under this category. Some hate crimes and the more loosely defined “hate incidents” such as those directed at women and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, twin-spirited, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTTTIQQ) individuals are also sexual violence.

Sexual violence includes the imposition or elimination of actions related to sexual and reproductive health. Non-availability, withholding or forcing abortion and contraception, not allowing measures to prevent STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) and HIV/AIDS, Female Circumcision/ FGM (Female Genital Mutilation), and practices designed to detect whether a woman’s virginity is intact, are all examples of this kind of violence.

Perpetrators of sexual violence are not usually strangers but someone known to the person such as a parent, partner, caregiver, professional, teacher, co-worker, boss, coach, friend or acquaintance, clergy, or a person in a position of trust. It occurs in domestic settings but it is not domestic violence. It also occurs during war and armed conflicts being either systematic or incidental.

The Canadian Criminal Code defines sexual assault and criminal harassment and the Ontario Human Rights Code defines sexual harassment. These codes only address a very small proportion of the sexual violence perpetuated and neither system has proven very effective in responding to the needs of survivors. Social location continues to be the single most important predictor of the likelihood of experiencing sexual violence.  While the greatest risk factor is being female, one’s risk of experiencing sexual violence increases when one is young, old, poor, a person of colour, Aboriginal, an immigrant, Deaf, a person with a disability, has a sexual orientation or gender identity which does not conform to heterosexual gendered norms, is criminalized or is institutionalized.

Sexual violence must be understood not as a series of unconnected and isolated incidents but as systems of violent expressions of power and dominance in the context of deeply oppressive societies. These are not acts of sexual passion or the “abnormal” behaviour of a few individuals. “Sexual violence is perpetrated by a rape culture, a system of attitudes, beliefs, messages, inequities and acts that support sexual aggression and violence. Sexual violence occurs within a context of oppression including sexism, racism, ableism, hetereosexism, ageism and classism.

—The above long winded break down of sexual assault was pulled from the website The Ontario coalition on Rape crises

In extracting certain sentences from the above description, that jumped out at me, confirms to me how sophisticated is the efforts of white supremacy to use propaganda as a weapon to emotionally confuse us, thus leading us as sheep to slaughter.

The fact that the judiciaries and its agents see…” Having a clear definition of the issue is the first step towards its elimination”… speaks volume about the effort to keep increasing and altering the definition of what rape and now sexual assault is. When one sees the big picture with a discerning mind, one sees how the actual and real rape and sexual assault has been politicized and hijacked by others, seeking special recognition. When the definition is broaden to include… ” indecent/ sexualized exposure, degrading sexual imagery, voyeurism, exhibitionism, dissemination of sexual photographs electronically… in a society that promotes, pornography from you-porn to scandal and all imagery in between; in a society that promotes, the sexualization of grade fives, teaching them how to practice safe anal sex and how to masturbate properly, this seems like an effort to turn people out in order to incarcerate them at a later date to feed the prison industrial complex and further the agenda of depopulation of the planet. Now some people will be taken back by my reference to depopulation. but this is something I have often pointed to as an end game for the elites over the general population of the planet.

Since the early 70s an enormous amount of changes in the law, has made sexual abnormality, normal and has ushered in a world of brazenness and outlandish behavior. In integrating “…an individual’s sexual or gender integrity and “forced adoption of a gender role that does not conform to an individual’s identity…” does two things. The first one is to reject the natural feminine and masculine energies, which biologically molds the individual personalities and world view of men and women…something that would be contrary to the mechanism of feminism and the masculinating of women and effeminization of men. The other thing is it further confuses this abnormal set up, with the promoting of and emphasizing sexual assault as a hate crime. When the idea of hate crime is introduce, it is not ethnicities that are highlighted , but the idea that “…Some hate crimes and the more loosely defined “hate incidents” such as those directed at women and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, twin-spirited, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTTTIQQ) individuals are also sexual violence…”

Note: Heterosexism is defined as a prejudiced attitude or discriminatory practices against homosexuals by heterosexuals. So by the definitions above, the only ones susceptible to rape and sexual assault as a hate crime are women, children, most naturally and victims of war atrocities (what a oxymoron), but not men. You may be wondering why all of this, when we are talking about Bill Cosby and rape culture? The idea, that a female is automatically believed as a victim, spits in the face of real victims and obscures certain ideas that character, honesty and revenge does not play a factor in crying rape for some situation. The notion that a woman can cry rape and not be punished when found out she lied or worse, found out she affected other peoples lives and freedom, is both insulting to real victims of rape and victims of accusation of rapes.
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The above news article is not unusual nor is it small sample sizes. Remember Brian Banks? The high school football star who was accused of rape, sentenced to a long jail term, only to have his accuser “friend request” him on facebook upon his release, and confessed she made it all up? This is how I see the current Bill Cosby fiasco.

I am going to repeat something I posted on a face book forum:

“Women lie. Women lie about sexual assault, sexual harassment and rape. All? No! But many do. And when they are found out there are no consequences..no…there are no punishment. This is in line with the idea that the strong feminist, woman, who is “equal to men” are still vulnerable to men. Not so. As my previous blog post showed statistics about domestic abuse and the unreported statistics of female initiated assault. Yet they still promote male abuse as inherent and continuing, statistics be damned! Uncle Bill is a wealthy celebrity. Which translate to free pussy. Anybody who has played high school, sports or has had some level of celebrity hood…even if you are the only one in your group with a car, knows that free pussy is to be had. This is a reflection of the state of the female today. No standards. Just as the males have no standards. Because not everything free is free. I cant say it any more bluntly. These women became enthralled with a famous knee-grow, and figured giving up the punanny would (a) give her some leverage with her friends (b) get her a hook up (c) get her a life long side chick status. I know women who have been raped and sexually assaulted.

Many have stayed quiet…I don’t doubt this. But non of them take money…or keep going back for more. Uncle Bill was not some cultist figure that had a this powerful hold on them. We are not talking about children here, whose scope of overstanding is immature. We are talking about grown ass women. And we are talking about women in their 60’s and 70’s, which mean as far back as the late 1960’s a knee-grow rapes a cave monkey, she never reports it. Never tells her friends. Never shows signs of anger towards him, when his name comes up. Just nothing. Even if they never went to the hospital and had a rape kit. Then you have these so called executive all of a sudden stating they covered up for him. How convenient that you conspired in a rape culture but get a pass. The Canadian wench..yes wench…who they said was the first to report it, got her fucking tuition paid. but said it wasn’t about the money. We shouldn’t be talking about this. This shouldn’t be the dialogue that occupies our thoughts.

But yurugu is a supreme strategist and knows that uncle Bill called out some of the ratchet behaviors we do. He did it in an unsophisticated way. We got caught up in our emotion and acted all sensitive. So we yearned for the day we could get back at him. But as I have said before, its not how he said it we should be concerned about, but what he said, because many of us echo the same thoughts. No! Yurugu has us coming and going, hating on a decrepit old wanker, that was never a revolutionary or leader. instead of that bitch nukka in the Caucasian house, who is stripping a way all rights and preparing the community for a massive beat down. We are not pissed at yurugu, who constantly pisses on us, our ancestors and our legacies. Who murders us daily and then say, its your fault. I ain’t mad at the cave beast for their accusations.

That’s what you do in war, you demonize the enemy. I am pissed that feminazis and manginas, will automatically call Cosby a rapist, on the say so of random females that are aided by the media. You know the media? Our friends in the time of a Mike Brown murder. A Eric Garner Murder. A Renisha McBride Murder, a Brian Banks false rape accusation. A Emit Till murder. Hundreds of Afrikan men in jail, falsely accused of sexual assaults, rape…etc? I know the just us shitstym is not for us. But if you really believe this knee-grow could get away with all those rapes and not be persecuted. Then you don’t overstand the power of white supremacy.

I am more disappointed in us folks, than the fact that these suspect females are coming out 20-30 years after the statute of limitation has passed. and claiming that they have suddenly found this great courage to share their stories. I am disappointed that we get distracted with this public lynching of Bill Cosby, around the same time, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, 12 year old Tamir Rice, John Crawford III, among others are lynched by the original slave catchers…the po-LICE…! On one level, this is a distraction away from the homicidal and savage nature of yurugu, whose viciousness is unparalleled in ourstory, as he continues to decimate our community and even his own. In a nation where, the catholic church, a member of the Dupont Klan, Stephen Collins ( the father from 7th heaven) and numerous other yurugu males AND females are raping and sexually abusing adults and children, the circus around Bill Cosby continues to victimizes real rape victims. On another level it is confusing real rape victims and trivializing their experience because of some suspected females, with suspected stories. And if you think I am victimizing rape victims, I will acknowledge it….when real victims step forward, NOW…not 40 years after the fact and after being paid off.

 

5 thoughts on “Rape culture: Truth and untruth

  1. You said it ALL, brother.
    Rape and rape culture are real, of course. Black women AND men have suffered disproportionately. I have also spoken to too many of our people who have been traumatized by past (and/or present) rape and sexual assault. As a result, I give no pass to the abusers who commit these horrific crimes, and I empathize with the victims whose lives have been changed forever. In fact I do more than empathize: I challenge misogyny wherever I find it, I educate people about the pitfalls of rape culture, and I actively support the rights of women to be treated with dignity and respect.
    What’s happening to Bill Cosby, though, feels like something different: side chicks who received money or favors in exchange for sex – and were happy with this arrangement – should not suddenly be able to step forward and claim that they had been hoodwinked (bamboozled, led astray, run amok .. lol you know the drill!). I think they knew their role. And I do NOT think that ANY Black man – rich or poor, famous or anonymous,, CEO or janitor, could get away with the systematic rape of white women for OVER FORTY YEARS! Fuck I look like, Howdy Doody? Truth is, mainstream media has an unhidden agenda against Black people, and I think recasting Bill Cosby as serial rapist has now become a part of that agenda. More importantly, I think the “stories” of Cosby’s side chicks – I mean “victims” – detract from real victims of rape, incest, child molestation, sexual assault, and other vile crimes – victims who have spent the better part of their lives suffering in silence, shame, and pain, and not receiving kickbacks from “Cosby Show,” “Fat Albert,” “Coca-Cola” and Jello pudding money.
    Nuff said
    Peace, Black man

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    1. Yes! African. ..that’s it in a nutshell right there. Lol! It’s more sad that Knee-grows are enjoying this freak show than what’s happening in Ferguson, NY and anywhere these devils are murdering young African people. Your words are gold plated bullets between the eye of white supremacy. Abibifahodie

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