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Hatred Much? Pro-Abort University Staffer Calls for Rape of Pro-Lifer(s) February 13, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Abortion, asshatery, Basics, disaster, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, persecution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.
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Because they’re all about visualizing whirled peas.  Yes,  please do continue to manifestly demonstrate that all your high-minded rhetoric of the past has been naught but pleasant sounding claptrap to advance your noxious agenda and never-satiated quest for power.

A Purdue University staffer was in an online exchange with a local pro-lifer, and called for her to be violently raped because she holds is such an adherent of badthink.  Doubleplusungood, Outer Party Member 8954324!!  Off to the Miniluv for you!

This kind of completely unhinged rant, this reduction of fellow human beings to below the level of garbage, has become an epidemic of late.  Overwhelmingly, the extremists are on the far left side of the political spectrum.  People are becoming more and more brazen in their willingness to demonstrate the utter contempt with which they view many others, simply for holding differing views.  Far too many have been so inculcated into an ideological bubble that neither seeks nor allows any dissent that when confronted with a radically point of view – even one abundantly supported by massive evidence, such as the ongoing practical genocide against black babies on the part of the abortion industry – they react with unmitigated hatred and hostility.

Ace is calling for a national, dispassionate divorce.  More and more, that seems a far happier outcome than what increasingly appears to be in the offing, rampant violence in the streets with numerous uninvolved/innocent individuals being caught up in the nightmare:

A Purdue University staff member is being investigated after he allegedly threatened to rape pro-life women during an online debate about the campus pro-life club’s recent campaign.

The Purdue Students for Life group has been facing a heavy backlash this week after its members put up posters around campus that focused on how the abortion industry targets black women and their unborn babies for abortions. In coordination with Black History Month, the campaign posters read “Hands Up, Don’t Abort” and “Black Children are an Endangered Race” and included the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. [That is pretty hardcore and in your face, but the facts eminently support the claim.  Nearly half of all black babies conceived are murdered in the womb.  In some locales like NYC the number is closer to 2/3.  That is very nearly genocide, and something of which the vast majority of the population, especially millennials carefully propagandized within the education industrial complex, are wholly unaware.  But what is being called for here is the END of the slaughter of blacks.  It is somehow racist to desire more black babies to live?  Does everything seem totally upside down?]

On Monday, a small group of pro-abortion students and faculty held a sit-in protest during the pro-life club’s meeting and demanded an apology, LifeNews reported.

Then on Wednesday, the team at Students for Life reported the discovery of a violent threat against pro-lifers by Purdue staff member Jamie Newman. Newman reportedly called for the rape of pro-life women in an online comment on Live Action News.

According to Students for Life, Newman used his Disqus account “jamiegnewman” to post the following comment:

Oh, I’m sorry. So, let me make my intentions quite explicit: I did in fact offer to rape Tom’s wife/daughter/great grandmother. Free of charge, even. I’m generous that way.

Here’s the number for the West Lafayette Police Department: 765-775-5500. Here’s the number for the local FBI office: 765-435-5619. Drop that dime! I could strike at any minute

*giggles* (like a girl) [Oh, so brave.  Such an online strong man.  See the photo of this brawny alpha male below.]

……..Newman also allegedly posted two comments on Feb. 4, according to screen shots by Students for Life:

You folks are vile, racist idiots, who richly deserve all the opprobrium that will be heaped on you as a result of this unbelievably thoughtless, stupid escapade. That you are seemingly incapable of appreciating the moral, legal, and social differ[ences]…

“And that you should have pulled this stunt at the beginning of Black History Month suggests you are are either epically cluless or profoundly malicious. So which is is – embarrassingly dumb or simply evil?

Across the country, and I believe Purdue has been a part of this, young men have been booted off campus through kangaroo courts that find them guilty of “rape” upon nothing more than an accusation from an aggrieved and frequently unhinged woman, frequently months if not years after the alleged act.  This persecution of males was instigated through threatening communiques from the Obama Administration’s Department of Justice, which threatened to pull federal funding from colleges that did not implement an extremely aggressive persecution of males anti-rape policy.

So, has Purdue applied this same kind of draconian policy to this leftist staffer?  I mean, here we have an actual threat of rape.  If this were a male student having made this threat, he would be gone.  There would be no “due process” or “investigation,” both of which are entirely lacking for most young men unjustly booted off campus for “hooking up” with the wrong unsettled woman.

See how they respond:

The university said it is investigating Newman and his alleged threats of sexual assault against pro-lifers. Local news station WLFI reports police also are investigating.

Purdue Assistant Vice President for Strategic Communications Julie Rosa told Campus Reform: “Obviously, a threat of rape is outside the bounds of any definition of protected speech. Due process requires that, before taking any action, we verify the alleged facts and give this staff member the chance to explain himself if he can. Needless to say, the statements, as alleged, are reprehensible and unacceptable in the eyes of the entire Purdue community.”

Hundreds of young men were given no chance to explain themselves, were provided with no counsel, and could not even cross-examine or challenge their user’s claims.  Contradictory evidence supplied by the accused is often thrown out.

But we all know that we live in a two-class society, where members of one of the left’s approved classes – and especially its (at present – this will change) darlings, the academia – get special rights and privileges, while the rest of us get the full measure of the law and whatever extrajudicial punishment the societal elites (almost all of them within the left-wing spectrum) feel moved to dole out.  This can include total social ostracization, the ruining of careers, if not actual criminal prosecution and jail time.  All for holding wrongthink.

People will not stand for being treated as inferior, second class citizens.  And the other side has, over decades, painted itself into an intellectual and emotional corner where it cannot see those outside their narrow ideological worldview as anything but.  That’s why I keep alluding to this not ending well.  I pray to God I’m wrong.

The awesomely hulky and overbearingly masculine Mr. Newman:

jamienewman2

In my experience, the wimpier, more ineffectual, and more effeminate a person knows he is, the more prone to online threats they are.  But we’ve seen an epidemic of violence emanating from exactly these sorts, when they are in comfortably large groups confronted with single individuals or much smaller groups. When confronted with strength – there were specific occasions of this at Berkeley – they suddenly become much more accommodating and reasonable.

Classic cowards and bullies.  How crass and boorish our culture has become.  There was a time, within living memory, when making threats like the ones this poor lost soul made would have gotten one permanently banned from polite society, certainly a university setting where one has some charge over young people and especially young ladies.  Not anymore.  Not only will this guy likely not lose his job, he’ll probably receive many plaudits and kudos from his colleagues.

And that’s why all but a select few colleges will not see my money or my kids.

 

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Comments

1. DJR - February 14, 2017

This happened last year. He resigned his position in February 2016.

http://www.jconline.com/story/news/2016/02/15/purdue-staffer-quits-amid-storm-over-rape-comments/80397838

Tantumblogo - February 14, 2017

Man I always check the date. I totally missed it this time. And it came from my wife, so I should have known better. She chronically sends me things she sees on Facebook that are months or years old, bless her heart.

Baseballmomof8 - February 14, 2017

LOL!!!! It’s the woman…. SHE made me do it! 😉

2. Baseballmomof8 - February 14, 2017

Good to see that he resigned…. I was wondering why the school spokesman kept saying “alleged” – when it was very clear what he threatened.

3. skeinster - February 14, 2017

Yeah, I was thinking “Wait- this sounds very familiar.”
Nice catch, DJR.

But I agree on the un-hingedness. Someone is going to get seriously injured/killed at some point.

4. squishee - February 14, 2017

I suggest Christendom College (alma mater)


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