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Still left wondering how the preposterous “Rape Culture” hysteria began? It’s okay, you weren’t supposed to know.

On September 9, 1973, two black prisoners of Lorton, Virginia founded the group, Prisoners Against Rape (P.A.R) (Source). Inmate on inmate, guard on inmate, all sorts of rape going on in the prison systems was left unchecked. Out of desperation, this growing group was reaching out to other alleged victims in an attempt to bring more attention to the issue, and possibly get sympathy.

Guess who they sought as an ally? Answer: feminists. After all, they’ve been crying out about rape and domestic violence for years, shouldn’t they be perfect for the cause? They had no idea who they were dealing with.

The Term Was Hijacked

Influenced by P.A.R, the movie producer, Margaret Lazarus, released the Cambridge documentary film, Rape Culture (video below), in 1975, discussing the prison rape issue. Guess what happened the same year of its release? Feminists redefined the term as the ever-present, systematic, patriarchal sexual oppression of women, leaving P.A.R. in the dust.

The black prisoners’ plight was just a vehicle used to further the agenda of the female imperative. This was the very first sign that rape hysteria was never about saving people from rape, but about retaining exclusive victimhood status for women. 1975 was the official start of all future feminist laws and political correctness. Just take a look at this timeline. After 1975, the cancer of feminism exploded.

more at

http://www.returnofkings.com/63447/rape-culture-was-invented-in-1975

https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/study-almost-a-third-of-uk-schoolchildren-believe-muslims-are-taking-over-our-country/

Survey says: The kids are smarter than the adults running the UK. Or at least more honest.

They’ve seen their countrymen beheaded in the streets, their sisters and mothers become victims of the rape jihad epidemic, and their Christmas celebrations, favorite pork foods and other freedoms curbed. They are not blind.

via Almost a third of school pupils believe ‘Muslims are taking over our country’, study claims – UK – The Independent.

Almost a third of schoolchildren believe that Muslims are “taking over our country” according to the largest study of its kind carried out in the UK.

The survey’s results come shortly after Labour MP Tristam Hunt’s embarrassing encounter with a schoolchild, who told the shadow education minister that he would vote Ukip because he would “like to get all the foreigners out of the country”.

The data, based on questionnaires sent to more than 60 schools across the UK by charity Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC) between 2012 and 2014, also found that 60 per cent of children questioned believed “asylum seekers and immigrants are stealing our jobs”.

The survey’s results come shortly after Labour MP Tristam Hunt’s embarrassing encounter with a schoolchild, who told the shadow education minister that he would vote Ukip because he would “like to get all the foreigners out of the country”.

SRTRC chief executive Ged Grabby said the results demonstrated more needed to be done to combat far-right extremism and cautioned what message younger people were taking from the media.

“This survey shows that this is fuelled by a totally distorted view of the number of immigrants and Muslims living in the UK,” he told The Guardian.

Of the 5,945 children survey across England, 49 per cent agreed with the statement that migration was out of control or not being managed properly.

University of Manchester professor Hilary Pilkington cautioned that the results were “not evidence of widespread racism among young people” but instead an indication of “anxiety – often based on inaccurate information”.

41 per cent of children did not think that “Muslims are taking over England” and just under half (47 per cent) thought that relations between Muslims and non-Muslims were poor.

But Dr Paul Jackson from the University of Northampton, who also worked on the research project, was pessimistic – despite acknowledging some young peoples’ “gap between the reality and perception on issues”.

He said: “The subsequent levels of hostility towards these groups is very worrying and is something that we, as a society, need to take seriously.”


Rather than worry about kids who want to live a peaceful life according to their British customs and values without foreigners telling them what they can and can’t do, the British “society” must take seriously the disastrous immigration policy that is destroying the U.K.

http://ottawacitizen.com/news/politics/beware-of-the-muslim-brotherhood-expert-warns

Authorities should be concerned about the unseen hand of the Muslim Brotherhood gripping sections of Canada’s diverse Muslim community, says a U.S. security expert.

The movement has planted its revivalist interpretation of Islam, political ideology and activism among some Muslims here and sees itself as a minder and broker between them and the rest of society, Lorenzo Vidino, who specializes in Islamism and political violence, told the Senate’s national security committee recently.

“They basically aim to be the gatekeepers to Muslim communities, that whenever politicians, governments or the media try to get the Muslim voice, if there were such a thing, they would go through them, sort of the self‑appointed leaders of Muslim communities,” he said.

Vidino is director of the program on extremism at George Washington University and author of The New Muslim Brotherhood in the West (Columbia University Press, 2010). He sees no direct links to terrorism among the group’s western supporters. In fact, some work to prevent violent radicalization, he said.

“It would be an analytical mistake to lump them, as some do, with al-Qaida or ISIL. These are not organizations that plan attacks in the West, and actually in many cases they do condemn them.”

The problem is more indirect, Vidino said. “Generally speaking, the movement has not abandoned violence as a tool to advance its agenda.” Tactically, it doesn’t pursue violence, “but it’s not heartfelt,” he said.

“They have this narrative where they lump together foreign policy issues with issues like cartoons and so on as part of a big narrative that proves this point that the West hates Muslims and Islam. It’s that mainstreaming of this narrative which is very much the staircase to violent radicalization and the brotherhood does mainstream that. It provides somewhat of a fertile environment.

“That kind of narrative in the mind a 16- or 18-year-old is extremely dangerous, because violence is justified when Muslims are under attack. If it’s OK in Gaza and Afghanistan, why is it not OK in the West, where you’re also telling me that Islam is under attack?”

The brotherhood is a banned terrorist organization in some Middle East and other countries, notably Egypt, where the movement was born. But it has different profile in the West.

To start, there is no group calling itself the “Muslim Brotherhood” in North America. Instead, a few hundred sophisticated, politically savvy and well-funded supporters in Canada have over the past 50 years created vocal and visible organizations that represent a very small part of the Muslim community. They exert a disproportional influence over mosques, schools and spaces where Muslims come together, said Vidino.

While they don’t take orders from any Arab capital, they “are part of an informal network where you have strong links based on personal and financial connections, and at the end of the day what matters the most: ideology. They all embrace a certain world view.”

Groups sometimes go to great lengths to sever or hide such ties, Vidino told the committee. He said they include the Muslim Association of Canada and what used to be called CAIR-CAN, now the National Council of Canadian Muslims.

Another group he identified is The International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy – Canada, IRFAN. Its charitable status was revoked after the government alleged the organization sent almost $15 million to groups affiliated with the Palestinian terror outfit Hamas between 2005 and 2009. IRFAN has since been listed as a banned terrorist organization in Canada.

Ihsaan Gardee, executive director of the NCCM, said Vidino is misinformed.

“The NCCM is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit grassroots Canadian civil liberties and advocacy organization with a public track record spanning 15 years,” said Gardee. “The NCCM is not a religious group and does not and has never had any affiliations, links, ideological or of any other kind, with the Muslim Brotherhood or any other overseas group.”

The Muslim Association of Canada did not respond to a request for comment. But its website traces its roots to the teachings of Egyptian Hassan al-Banna, who founded the brotherhood in 1928 to revive and integrate traditional Islamic teaching and practices, such as sharia law, with modern society.

Vidion’s parting advice to the committee: “Engage with knowledge. Know that they have an agenda.”

http://ottawacitizen.com/news/politics/beware-of-the-muslim-brotherhood-expert-warns

Assistant principal and anti-racism blogger, who has been charged with ‘grooming a nine-year-old girl and possessing child abuse material’, once offered $2000 reward to identify impersonators

  • Homebush Public School teacher Alexander Gollan arrested on Wednesday
  • He was charged with inciting a victim under 10 to commit indecent act
  • Mr Gollan was charged with 14 counts of possessing child abuse material
  • The anti-racism blogger says he was set up by political enemies online

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3091297/Assistant-principal-anti-racism-blogger-charged-grooming-nine-year-old-girl-possessing-child-abuse-material-offered-2000-reward-identify-impersonators.html#ixzz3asFKZN78

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http://www.thestandard.com.hk/news_detail.asp?we_cat=4&art_id=157246&sid=44523521&con_type=1&d_str=20150522&fc=8

Hong Kong Island will lose one seat and Kowloon West gain one under a proposed remapping of the geographical constituencies for next year’s Legislative Council election.

Electoral Affairs Commission chairman Barnabas Fung Wah said politics played no part in the remapping.

The commission yesterday released for public consultation its provisional recommendations on the boundaries and names of geographical constituencies for the 2016 election.

Hong Kong Island loses a seat as its population has dropped by 2.15 percent from 1,295,800 people to 1,268,000, while that for Kowloon West has increased by 5.57 percent to 1,140,000 from 1,081,700.

The commission proposes to allocate six seats each to Hong Kong Island and Kowloon West.

It will also allocate five seats to Kowloon East and nine seats each for the New Territories West and New Territories East.

After allocating 33 of the 35 seats, the remaining two were allocated to the New Territories East and Kowloon West, according to the commission’s current procedure.

Chinese University political commentator Ivan Choy Chi- keung said the change could see Federation of Trade Unions lawmaker Wong Kwok-hing failing to making the cut.

“[The remapping] will directly endanger Wong’s position,” he said.

But Choy also said the Democratic Party’s Hong Kong Island lawmaker Sin Chung-kai might not take part in the election next year and that younger party candidates might find it difficult to defend his seat.

Choy said it is hard to predict the island’s election results because there are too many factors in play, such as Jasper Tsang Yok-sing’s retirement from Legco and Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee’s possible bid for the chief executive election.

KENNETH LAU

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