Behind Me Tooism By Mrs Vera West
I have written about this before, but I say it again now, since Mike Adams’ site is now saying the same thing:
“With the sudden growth of the so-called #MeToo movement, which is prompting scores of women to level sometimes decades-old charges of sexual assault against a variety of male public figures, entertainers, and corporate executives, one has to stop and ask this question: Has this all gone too far, too fast?
Some people are beginning to think so, especially since just an accusation nowadays is all it takes for someone to lose their livelihood — and that is significant (and scary) in a country whose justice system was built upon the premise of innocence until proven guilty.”
There is no doubt that many of the complains of sexual assault are legitimate. Yet, some involve minor things, such a hand on the knee. Really! Then we have the same actress being photographed in embrace with the assaulters. They say that they had to play along because of their careers. Yet, this argument betrays them, for they are putting personal gain over justice, and in any case, this undermines their case. Why believe them?
This is the final stage of feminism, where it implodes and brings the entire gender agenda unstuck: