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#191 - More often than not, the victim's testimony alone is not enoug…  [+] (6 replies) 09/27/2016 on rape stuff +1
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#195 - Whaaaaaaaaa (09/27/2016) [-]
actually the numbers are increasing along with women molesting and raping boys, but the media still doesn't cover it as they do male on female rape.
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#196 - Deeticky (09/27/2016) [-]
The media has a lot of problems. I agree with you there. The vast majority of rape instances never go to trial though. False accusations of rape just aren't as common as the internet likes to think.
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#197 - Whaaaaaaaaa (09/27/2016) [-]
you need to do a bit more research on that. Like I said the numbers are increase.

Along with spousal abuse by women. Men's Rights group have been fighting to remove the stigma with reporting crimes against men by women. So you will see more and more numbers rise.
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#247 - nigeltheoutlaw (09/27/2016) [-]
Spousal abuse by women is already high as fuck so the fact that it's increasing is pretty scary. About 70% of all non-reciprocal relationship abuse is by women.
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#199 - Deeticky (09/27/2016) [-]
I never said the numbers weren't increasing, but all of the research still shows that false rape accusations leading to a conviction are very rare.
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#299 - Whaaaaaaaaa (09/28/2016) [-]
does the numbers take in the data of men already incarcerated then released after it is found out that the woman was lying or merely the number of women that accuse a man of false rape.?
#152 - I absolutely disagree with forcing women to wear veils, but yo…  [+] (2 replies) 09/14/2016 on Religious garb -3
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#205 - dorfdorfdorf (09/14/2016) [-]
lashes to imprisonment

holy fuck
#191 - Glitched (09/14/2016) [-]
"the penalties for not wearing the veil range from lashes to imprisonment."

So then they wear it.....otherwise the multiple offenses would eventually cause death.
#215 - BLM activists and BLM itself are two completely different thin…  [+] (2 replies) 08/29/2016 on his face tho -3
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#219 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
How is an organization different from it's members and spokesmen?

see this is just playing the "not all BLM activist" game.
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#220 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
Well, random members of a group do not necessarily speak on behalf of an entire group. I don't know that I've seen any actual BLM spokesmen saying those things, but if they have, please show me. I'm not trying to play any games. I'm not a BLM activist myself, but I feel like people on FJ make them out to be a much bigger villain than they actually are.
#153 - Colleges in the United States have been "left" for m…  [+] (4 replies) 08/29/2016 on his face tho 0
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#180 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
BLM activist have supported the shooter in Dallas, who killed innocent cops with zero relation to anything.
BLM activist have supported the riots/looting/vandalism in Baltimore and other areas.
BLM activist have generally been known to be super racist towards everyone else, even asians and other blacks.

The thing is that the Black Panthers at least existed in a time where it was more reasonable to be an advocate in violence. BLM exist after the civil rights movement by a good number of years.

They have no goal. They have no purpose. They are not a reactionary group like the Black Panthers were either.

I hate to say this, but really all they seem to be doing is setting the black population back in time to a point where another "race war" might happen.

Unlike the negative "nigga" culture of african americans, BLM has set itself as actually trying to be a movement, not a byproduct of a system, which makes it get a lot more flak from society.
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#215 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
BLM activists and BLM itself are two completely different things. It's a volunteer organization, so they end up with a lot of crazies in their ranks. I think it's important to make the distinction between the organization itself, and the people within it. The same way that the views of one student do not equal the views of an entire college.
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#219 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
How is an organization different from it's members and spokesmen?

see this is just playing the "not all BLM activist" game.
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#220 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
Well, random members of a group do not necessarily speak on behalf of an entire group. I don't know that I've seen any actual BLM spokesmen saying those things, but if they have, please show me. I'm not trying to play any games. I'm not a BLM activist myself, but I feel like people on FJ make them out to be a much bigger villain than they actually are.
#143 - While I respect your opinion, I would argue that conservative …  [+] (6 replies) 08/29/2016 on his face tho 0
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#150 - commontroll (08/29/2016) [-]
Let me clarify when I said conservative Christian. I say that because really, radical Islam is also conservative, but the political conservatives in America are more against Islam than the political progressives. And honestly I think you're really understating how exclusively left colleges have become for the most part.

I agree on the fact that colleges have been hotbeds of revolutions, but back then it was nowhere near to the scale of fanaticism seen on colleges as today. And I don't mean only with Islam, I mean with the SJW movement, BLM, Socialist movements, etc. There are so many extreme groups all growing simultaneously on these colleges, and now they're circle jerking, with no opposition, no debate with actual opponents. Instead they just sit there talking about straw men amongst each other.
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#153 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
Colleges in the United States have been "left" for many years simply by their nature. Since they're filled with young people, they tend to support more progressive (I want things to change) ideas rather than conservative (I want things to stay the same) ideas. This doesn't mean that conservative students cannot go to college and voice their ideas. They may just find a lot more opposition than they expected, which is a natural part of debate.

I would actually argue that the revolutionary groups that came from Universities in the past were a lot more frightening. Don't forget that the antiwar movement had actual standoffs with the National Guard that resulted in actual deaths. Some of these movements in various countries also erupted into bloody socialist, communist, and Sharia revolutions.

SJW isn't really a movement. It's a blanket term that's used pretty much exclusively on the internet to describe people with certain viewpoints. I also don't get why people are so afraid of BLM. The movement itself isn't advocating violence (whereas historically, the Black Panthers did advocate violence). And I haven't seen any socialist movements advocate violence either. The most I've seen them advocate was "Vote for Bernie." Ever since Gamergate, it feels like Reddit, 4chan, and FJ have all become their own circlejerks of neocon/Breitbart ideas.
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#180 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
BLM activist have supported the shooter in Dallas, who killed innocent cops with zero relation to anything.
BLM activist have supported the riots/looting/vandalism in Baltimore and other areas.
BLM activist have generally been known to be super racist towards everyone else, even asians and other blacks.

The thing is that the Black Panthers at least existed in a time where it was more reasonable to be an advocate in violence. BLM exist after the civil rights movement by a good number of years.

They have no goal. They have no purpose. They are not a reactionary group like the Black Panthers were either.

I hate to say this, but really all they seem to be doing is setting the black population back in time to a point where another "race war" might happen.

Unlike the negative "nigga" culture of african americans, BLM has set itself as actually trying to be a movement, not a byproduct of a system, which makes it get a lot more flak from society.
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#215 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
BLM activists and BLM itself are two completely different things. It's a volunteer organization, so they end up with a lot of crazies in their ranks. I think it's important to make the distinction between the organization itself, and the people within it. The same way that the views of one student do not equal the views of an entire college.
User avatar
#219 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
How is an organization different from it's members and spokesmen?

see this is just playing the "not all BLM activist" game.
User avatar
#220 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
Well, random members of a group do not necessarily speak on behalf of an entire group. I don't know that I've seen any actual BLM spokesmen saying those things, but if they have, please show me. I'm not trying to play any games. I'm not a BLM activist myself, but I feel like people on FJ make them out to be a much bigger villain than they actually are.