'Victim Blaming' Is Necessary and Good (Sun, Aug 18, 2019)
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Blaming the Victims is Important
We’d better blame victims! As Jesse Lee Peterson says, “Victims are pathetic!” Everyone’s a victim. If you don’t blame the victim, you can’t avoid being re-victimized. “Victims” commit crimes against humanity. Blacks were so-called “victims,” and look at them now. Women adopted victimhood and warn against “victim-blaming.” Even whites are becoming victims, and men!
CNN feminist on “victim blaming”
Quick Google search on “victim blaming”:
It’s a liberal word, promoted by Canadian Women, Wikipedia, Harvard, so-called “Sexual Assualt” victims, haters of Steve King
The Atlantic accused Kurt Metzger, Amy Schumer’s writer, of “victim blaming” for questioning why we just believe accusations and a man loses his job! He deleted his FB rant.
Psychology Today writer justifies the #MeToo Movement and claims “victim blaming” is a problem at a deep level
The term “victim blaming” I beleive was coined by William Ryan as a rebuttal to the Moynihan Report which talked about ghetto culture, single mothers, joblessness, poverty. Even back then people thought poverty caused crime. SMH.
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Ryan Moon from Concord, CA talk about skydiving and James think Ryan is one of those crazy white guys that totally would. Ryan moves on to a previous call he had with James where Richard Spencer was brought up. He wanted James to elaborate on his comment that Spencer got a bad rap in Dinesh D'souza's movie. James thinks the connection between the Democrats and Richard Spencer was flimsy. If the Spencer represented the Democrats, then the party wouldn't be as much of a problem as it is today. They touch on how Richard Spencer isn't really conservative but likes government control. James elaborates on the political stage, laying out how the fight seems to be not only between left and right but globalism vs nationalism as well. Both of them were sure that the country was done for until Trump came around.
Ariel from Orlando, FL is struggling with sex and homosexuality. James reminds him how young he is and how after growing up with sex being ok in his life that it makes sense for him to be that way. James recommends that he doesn't stop praying and doesn't stop seeking because it's God who changes you. James retells a scandalous story of a make out sesh with a girl at the bar. He warns him of the people he surrounds himself with. You can't be around evil for too long.
Mike from Vista, CA is AMPED to be on the Hake report. James wonders if this is the same Mike that interrupted an old man that was carrying on at the free speech panel that was held at BOND. They touch on the people that hide behind the authority of the bible but have no authority within. Bible pushers are uninspired. Mike remarks that flat earthers and bible thumpers are the same.
Maze from Dayton, OH wants James to elaborate on his previous comments that blacks don't love each other. James recounts his experience seeing blacks being friendly to each other on the street which may seem like a sort of brotherhood but the reality is that they hate each other. Maze thinks theres more people who love themselves than hate themselves.
I’ll get to this stuff tomorrow…
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) defended being against abortion in the case of rape and incest. People mad.
I went on Reddit… A black male talked about encountering a white female alone on the street. I talked about rape, false accusations, and being smart, not taking dumb risks. People didn’t like it.
Personal Question: Are you out-of-control?