Saturday, December 16, 2017

I'm not seeing the problem here

Max Roscoe is concerned about sexual harassment hysteria:

"Other prominent men who lost their careers after allegations of sexual groping or harassment include comedian Louis C.K., who invited women to his private room where he masturbated in front of them. 

Louis, known for his “Everything is Amazing and No One Cares” routine, had some funny jokes in his early work, but now is deemed completely unworthy of using his comic talent, as his recent film project was cancelled days before its scheduled screening, scheduled TV interviews were cancelled, and Netflix cancelled his upcoming comedy special. 

Because C.K. made 5 women allegedly feel gross and uncomfortable, he can no longer work in his chosen field, and his millions of fans cannot hear him tell another joke. 

 NBC television anchorman Matt Lauer, a veteran of over two decades on the Today Show, was fired after the first allegation of sexual misconduct in his professional career was made last month. When no specific allegations of rape or violence are made, one must conclude that the behavior was at worst an inappropriate, childish, unprofessional act that made a woman feel uncomfortable. 

Nothing to be tolerated, perhaps, but does it rise to the level of termination and ostracizing Lauer from ever working again?"

Sure, why not? Matt Lauer was #fakenews made flesh. And C.K. was a sicko.

Most of the targets of the current "sexual harassment hysteria" are the enemies of Western Civilization, decency, Christianity and America. They fed the SJW beast and now it's eating them.

I'm half-way through The Last Closet right now and it's been quite eye-opening to see how the authors and intellectuals who imagined new futures where life is one big orgy... were perverts in real life, even preying on their own children.

"Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks."

Sure, culture has reached a point where just about anything a man does can be construed as sexual harassment and if you're a worrier, you can worry about that later - but right now, we're seeing our enemies getting torched by the world they created.

Let it burn. I'll bring the marshmallows.

12 comments:

Michael Maier said...

Still stunned FAMOUS guys are so pathetic and non-direct in their approaches to women. If I fell into a pile of fame and money, I know I could do better than forcing broads to watch me wank it.

Aeoli said...

They want to starve us, this is just turnabout. If you aren't ready to kill your enemies, you aren't serious about the culture war.

S1AL said...

"Still stunned FAMOUS guys are so pathetic and non-direct in their approaches to women. If I fell into a pile of fame and money, I know I could do better than forcing broads to watch me wank it."

You're assuming these guys have normal desires. They aren't just behavioral perverts - their desires are obviously very twisted. Every indication from the reports is that Weinstein got so much, if not more, pleasure from forcing women to watch him do (creepy thing) than from actual sex.

Dexter said...

I had never heard of Louis CK before he got in trouble. Was he actually funny?

Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club said...

Louis CK had some funny bits (sort recycled Carlin though), but he was also a crawly "male feminist" in many ways. It's not much of a shock that he was really a creep.

I do not why anyone would feel the need to defend Lauer. The guy's creepiness was pretty obvious, and he's always been a staunch globohomo advocate. Good damn riddance.

Anchorman said...

Dalrock's link (to the left) was removed? Huh.

Michael Maier said...
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Desdichado said...

On top of that; if they weren't guilty, we'd they offer weak apologies and leave on their own, which is actually what happened to most of them?

As near as I can tell, the only person to have actually been burned by this is Roy Moore.

VFM #7634 said...

"As near as I can tell, the only person to have actually been burned by this is Roy Moore."

Moore is also the only one to have been fighting back. The progs threw everything and the kitchen sink at him, and now he's looking about getting them for vote fraud.

Chad said...

@Anchorman

I'm guessing it's over Dalrock's 'No Respect' post which was a response to Vox's 'Low Morale Men' post which has resulted in the link removal.

Lee Jackson said...

"Moore is also the only one to have been fighting back. The progs threw everything and the kitchen sink at him, and now he's looking about getting them for vote fraud."

Yes. Moore took the correct approach. He's also much more likely to be clean, which makes fighting easier.

Anchorman said...

I just saw that thread. I can't always get Dalrock at work (some wordpress sites don't load), so I've been visiting less.

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