I for one hate rapists, of any kind. But you know what? Democracies everywhere depend from jury trials, not some drunk, unaccountable and a minefield of gender strewn biased, wholly unaccountable narrative in the “rape claimants” testimony.
I also hate those who do not follow the rule of law, or who disregard civil rights just a little bit more than I hate rapists, because these should know better. The “rape survivors” of that era– all women, handed the ball to the police state, and for worse, it has festered and grown into an anti-democratic “hate” movement. And the roots of that are in the porn wars era of 1970-80’s white women’s feminism, using the tactics of the Ku Klux Klan Kamelias.
And so what we see happening in the gang stalking dialectic is that neocons and other ultra-right forces manipulate the left and center, and these same have created the biggest “privacy rape” machine in history, the NSA FVEYs program ( also known as the Five Eyes, Nine Eyes, and Fourteen Eyes spying program, which is an unimaginably HUGE world wide wiretap.)
It wasn’t a bunch of rape victims who did that, but instead, powerful women from Jewish-christian cultures who want to return our societies to the era of feudalism, as the west devolves into full blown police and surveillance states. Indeed one of the main narratives driving that privacy rape was the anti-pornography crusader Catherine MacKinnon, whose father George MacKinnon, was instrumental in setting up the US secret court system and the FISA court.
Nikki Craft co-founded the Kitty Genovese Women’s Project when they posed as sociology students under the pretense of doing “statistical study on violent crimes” and compiled, pre-computerization, on index cards, the names of every indicted sex offender in Dallas County from 1959 to 1975. A year later 25,000 copies of a newspaper listing all 2,100 indictments, 1700 of which were multiple offenders, was distributed throughout Dallas. On March 8, International Women’s Day, the group read the names over local community radio KCHU for 13 hours. The same year she wrote and recorded the Rape Song about Inez Garcia and Joan Little.
There is nothing short of skullduggery involved in the narrative of anyone who coopts the voice of rape victims, in order to set up a total surveillance state.