Wednesday, September 24, 2014


Public Crucifixion of Males in Modern Times

The human rights of men and due process of law took a shocking blow
over the last few weeks, as the mainstream media broke two serious
stories that came out of the NFL (National Football League). The
first story concerned Baltimore Ravens Football Player Ray Rice, who
had run into trouble after getting into a domestic violence
situation with his wife Janay. The incident was captured on an
elevator video camera where it appears that both Rice and his wife
were engaged in a physical altercation, and altercation in which
both husband and wife were the aggressors. Rice appeared to strike
his wife in self defense as she charges accross the elevator towards
him in an attempt to attack him. After several weeks, the NFL,
caving under political pressure by sponsors and feminists groups
have now divested Rice. This poor decision not only damaged Rice,
but also damaged his wife Janay and his family. It was obvious that
Janay was making a sincere effort to stand by her family and their
own well being, as well as taking personal accountabilty for their
actions as a husband and wife.However, the mainstream media, the NFL
and the wealthy sponsors wanted no part of this and chose public
crucifixion instead.
To add insult to injury, the NFL is now in the process of forming a
panel of inqusiitors to reprogram the male foorball players of the
NFL (in the words of the mainstream media,not mine). The panel is
comprised of four poltically powerful women(four white women). The
recent decision was immediately attacked by black womens groups who
cited the(and well founded)fact that no black female was allowed to
sit on this new advisory panel of progressive inquistors. However,
the advisory panel completely lacks any type of fairness because
additionally, no male, black, white, hispanic, asian or any other
race was invited to sit on the panel. A panel which appears to have
star chamber powers who possess a loaded agenda aimed at one gender
and one gender only.

"Star Chamber Court sessions were held in secret, with no indictments, and no witnesses. Evidence was presented in writing. Over time it evolved into a political weapon, a symbol of the misuse and abuse of power by the English monarchy and courts.
In modern usage, legal or administrative bodies with strict, arbitrary rulings and secretive proceedings are sometimes called, metaphorically or poetically, star chambers. This is a pejorative term and intended to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the proceedings. The inherent lack of objectivity of politically motivated charges has led to substantial reforms in English law in most jurisdictions since that time."
There is however more fallen victims of the NFL decision, those
victms names are "due process" (under the color of law) and
individual civil rights. In that the NFL has not only folded to the
forces of political correctness it has turned it's back on the due
process of law in which people are innocent until proven gulity in a
court of law. This is not suprising, because follows suit with
college campuses in the United States and other pusedo legal bodies
which have formed within corporations and other private entities in
which serious life shattering decisions are made, decisions which
have the power to destroy the lives of indviduals and their
families. However the one and only vicitim in these decisions are 
male.. and completely anti-male. At no time has any female been been
tried and executed in the mass media in the United States. The
symbolic castration of killings of males in effigy in the media are
In recent days, the Actress Emma Watson, (known for her roles in the
Harry Potter series) took center stage as she became a spokesperson
for the United Nations war against gender inequality. During her
speech she nervously tried to defend the idea of feminism and
attempted to quell the fears of those who would consider the
feminist ideology has a hate movement. But then within the same
speech she spoke about her Father and noted that his role as a man
and father had been marginalized by current poltical thinking.
Whether she truely graps what she was saying remains to be seen.

SGT Shakes-Speare .....

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