You may recall in this post that I referenced the reality that if a woman doesn’t go through with successfully prosecuting a man she accuses of rape, then she has no right to claim she was raped. Anything else is either slander against the particular man involved at the least. At worst, this represents slander against the entire male gender.
There was an alleged incident at Kings Cross, in Sydney, Australia not so long ago whereby a woman who went on a date claims she was raped by three men. The latest word is that she has withdrawn her complaint. Hmmmmmm………I wonder why? Given how vitriolic women are about rape, you’d think any woman who had even the slightest notion she had been raped would come out all guns blazing and not rest until her attackers had been jailed. This woman not only drops her complaint but she pisses off back to New Zealand. Could it be either that she made it up or the three-man gang-bang was in fact, consensual? Whatever the reason, one has to be suspicious. Personally, given the high rate of false rape accusations, I tend to view all and any claims of rape by women as suspicious. More so when the New South Wales Police force claims……..
“All reports are treated seriously and are thoroughly investigated”
Perhaps the women knew her allegations had no chance of getting off the ground and decided to cut her losses whilst she was still ahead. That she is now in another country will make it hard for the police to charge her with misappropriating police time if it turns out her allegations were wilfully false – how convenient. One of the police’s biggest problems is that they take women far too seriously; the sooner that the police start expecting women to start backing up their allegations (the same as applies to men), the sooner police will start making their jobs more meaningful.
Of course, none of the above is going to stop each and every rape activist from getting their say in…….
“NSW Rape Crisis Centre executive officer Karen Willis said most people who reported sexual assault had been the victims of a serious crime.”
And just how do we know that? After all, we have this odd legal convention called innocent until proven guilty in Australia. Of course, that will never stop each and every feminist from slandering the male gender at any opportunity which is why they get into the rape industry in the first place. In reality, what Wills should have said was……
“Most women who report sexual assault are alleging that they have been the victim of a serious crime.”
Wills also goes on to add…….
“The old days of people not being believed are gone”
When talking to feminists, mangina white-knights and other man-haters maybe. However, this site gives truth to just how prevalent false rape allegations are. Whilst some people are going to look at the original link and say “poor girl”, I suspect many more are going to read it and be just as suspicious as I am. Or course, that isn’t going to stop the NSW Rape Centre from spreading their bullshit……
“Police know that, overwhelmingly, when people report sexual assault they are reporting a serious crime that’s occurred.”
I have three problems with that: firstly, don’t put word’s in the police’s mouth. That claim would be valid if it was from a representative of the NSW police. Seeing as it is not, shut the fuck up. Secondly, it is not the police job to determine guilt. It is the job of the police to gather evidence and if there is enough evidence to lay charges, then let the judiciary decide guilt or innocence. Finally, reporting a rape does not indicate a rape has occurred and the police are smart enough to know that. The man accused by the complainant of rape is entitled to an assumption of innocent until proven otherwise. The cops are not going to kick down a man’s door and slap him in handcuffs just because a woman cries rape. Besides, if everyday citizens like me and thee are aware of false rape allegations, what is the bet that the rank and file police officers are too?
However you slice it and dice it, the whole episode in the original like stinks like a ten-day old corpse in the sun. I suppose the man in question is lucky his name was not splattered all over the front of the newspapers and evening news. If there were less FRA’s I’d probably have a lot more sympathy for women who are actually raped.