December 6, 2017
inb4 Time magazine rocked by “sexual harassment culture” scandal.
Think we’re being hit by an intense wave of grabbing allegations? You ain’t seen nothing yet.
The thing that set off these Hollywood sluts was the feeling that it was “safe” to do so, and that they would get sympathy and support instead of public scorn like in the past. That’s the very essence of MeTooism – getting social accolades for accusing kikes of grabbing you.
Now, these women are not only accepted and supported, but raised up as veritable heroes before the public. If we were ever at risk of slipping back into the old status-quo, then this Times Magazine feature has cemented the new paradigm for years to come. The fate of all these media Jews has been sealed.
TIME has named the Silence Breakers, the individuals who set off a national reckoning over the prevalence of sexual harassment, as its 2017 Person of the Year.
The magazine’s editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal revealed the selection Wednesday on TODAY along with the cover, a composite group photo that includes actress Ashley Judd, singer Taylor Swift, former Uber engineer Susan Fowler and a woman whose face cannot be seen.
“The galvanizing actions of the women on our cover … along with those of hundreds of others, and of many men as well, have unleashed one of the highest-velocity shifts in our culture since the 1960s,” Felsenthal said in a statement.
And what is that shift, exactly? How have the standards changed? Was “sexual harassment” tolerated before? Of course not. The old “standard” was that straight White males can have their lives destroyed instantly, at any time, based on the arbitrary feelings of any female they’ve ever met who regretted any part of their interaction. That hasn’t changed.
What’s changed is that now this same standard has been enlarged to target powerful Jews, Blacks, famous celebrities and liberal icons, who used to be immune to this sort of stuff. Women who accused members of the “liberal coalition” would be shamed as traitors. Not anymore.
This social transformation actually signals the disintegration of the “coalition of the ascendant” – not some new frontier in social justice.
And it’s a beautiful thing.
There’s a reason why #MeTooism has a 100% endorsement rate among the Alt-Right.
The Silence Breakers emerged amid burgeoning allegations of sexual misconduct and assault by film executive Harvey Weinstein. As his list of accusers swelled, so did the number of people who spoke up to expose dozens of other famous individuals in Hollywood, politics, journalism and other industries as sexual predators.
Actor Kevin Spacey, journalist Charlie Rose, comedian Louis CK and U.S. Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota were among the high-profile names snared in an ever-growing web of alleged sexual harassers. Last week, former TODAY anchor Matt Lauer was also accused of sexual misconduct.
The women, and men, who broke their silence to share their stories of victimization gave traction to the #MeToo campaign, which took off on social media and fueled a worldwide discussion on just how endemic sexual harassment has been.
MeTooism is here to stay. It seems like either a large swath of the establishment doesn’t understand where all this is going, or they think this somehow strengthens their position. These people are not too clever.
The reality is that powerful men grabbing hoes is a natural and predictable consequence of the sexual liberation and of bringing women into the workplace. And long-term, the only possible solution to that problem is patriarchy – or complete societal collapse, if women are just put in charge of everything.
Under patriarchy, women don’t get molested by men – because they’re at home taking care of kids by the time they’re 18, and their husbands don’t tolerate them being in the company of strange men.