Monday, February 08, 2016

 

[Re-post] Sexual assault across Europe IS a problem of immigration, though because of the in-group / out-group boundary generically between any major alien ethnicity/culture and the host community, NOT because of the particular nature of the migrant group(s)

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]

The key fact missed in all commentary on the now apparently Europe-wide city centre instances of New Year mass sexual assault and rape, is that they exclusively occurred through the presence of a major in-group / out-group boundary.
     Men are not disposed to even consider sexual assault of a non-intimate unless there is a profound non-identification with the would-be victim. It's a between-community phenomenon. This is why rape often becomes a major issue in war – where women are still much better off than are men, of course, in that the men get killed rather than raped, whereas the women are either left alone or possibly raped and rarely killed. As in war theatres, so in migration, at the boundary between migrant enclave and the host community.
     The very low incidence of 'stranger' rape generally within communities – not least in Islamic communities – shows clearly that it is not a problem of any sort of supposed general attitude towards women. There is no 'misogyny' by men: not even in Islamic nations.
     The notion of 'misogyny' is feminist invention as a mirror-image 'projection' of feminists – and indeed generally – in misandry: the contempt for or hatred towards men. This is the real fundamental deep prejudice in all cultures at all points in history, stemming as it does from the core biological imperative to control male access to sex. Germaine Greer got it 100% backwards.
     Muslim men do not display inordinate 'control' over women. Face/body veiling is a female intra-sexual practice that is an e_xpression of female intra-sexual competition for pair-bond partners, which then also became an in-group marker. Historically, women obliged men in their civic role to assist in 'policing' the ubiquity of the practice. Likewise with penalties for adultery, etc. Contrary to Western perception, punishments such as stoning and 'honour crime' are not a matter of male perpetration and female victimhood: both sexes are either equally dealt with or more men than women are punished. 'Honour crime' is notoriously misrepresented because male victims are not recorded. In media, of course women victims are news, but male victims are not.
     So it is not the particular nature of migrants -- some group rather than another -- that is the problem but migration itself, in general, when, as is usually the case, there is some major ethnic and/or cultural divide with the host community.
     As ever, then, the Left – and that means all media and all government political parties – get it spectacularly wrong in not understanding that it IS migration here that is the key to the problem, and not understanding either that it is migration by ethnic/cultural aliens generically and not of Muslims per se
     To stop still further mushrooming of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape, then we will have to stop mass immigration of markedly contrasting peoples in terms of ethnicity and/or culture.
     Of course, the problem won't go away, because of all those the Left already has brought in by the million. The police have long been told – and have internalised – not to release crime stats broken down according to the ethnicity or other indication of alien origin of the perpetrator. The data would be explosive. But we need the data to inform public policy-making. The Left should be squarely blamed for bringing the major source of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape to women.







 

Rail services are disrupted, some cross-Channel ferries are cancelled and drivers are urged to take extra care. The Met Office has issued an amber "be prepared" wind warning for Wales, south-west England, London and south-east England and says coastal areas could see giant waves and localised flooding. BBC Weather forecaster Peter Sloss said there had not been winds so strong across such a wide area of southern Britain since the winter of 2013-14. Winds of 70-80mph have been recorded in many areas, including 78mph in the Isles of Scilly and 74mph in Mumbles, near Swansea. The sea state could reach "phenomenal" - the highest level on the World Meteorological Scale - at times around western coasts, with waves of more than 14m (46ft) forecast. Latest live updates from south-west England as Storm Imogen hits There are nearly 60 flood warnings in place in England and Wales - meaning flooding is expected - and more than 200 flood alerts - meaning flooding is pos sible. Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: "People should be prepared for disruption to travel on roads, rail, bridges and ferries and we could see possible damage to structures and downed trees risk affecting power. "The wind will be combined with some hefty showers with some thunder along the south coast." Share to warn others you can save a life Storm Imogen,Storm,england,stormimogen bristol,stormimogen wales,stormimogen cork,stormimogen cardiff,stormimogen cornwall

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Britain.

South-west England, south and mid-Wales and the Midlands have borne the brunt so far, with eastern areas set to be hit later.

The strongest gust was recorded at The Needles off the Isle of Wight.
Rail services are disrupted, some cross-Channel ferries are cancelled and drivers are urged to take extra care.

The Met Office has issued an amber "be prepared" wind warning for Wales, south-west England, London and south-east England and

says coastal areas could see giant waves and localised flooding.

BBC Weather forecaster Peter Sloss said there had not been winds so strong across such a wide area of southern Britain since the

winter of 2013-14.

Winds of 70-80mph have been recorded in many areas, including 78mph in the Isles of Scilly and 74mph in Mumbles, near Swansea.

The sea state could reach "phenomenal" - the highest level on the World Meteorological Scale - at times around western coasts, with

waves of more than 14m (46ft) forecast.
    Latest live updates from south-west England as Storm Imogen hits

There are nearly 60 flood warnings in place in England and Wales - meaning flooding is expected - and more than 200 flood alerts -

meaning flooding is possible.
Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: "People should be prepared for disruption to travel on roads, rail, bridges and ferries and we

could see possible damage to structures and downed trees risk affecting power.

"The wind will be combined with some hefty showers with some thunder along the south coast."

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Thursday, February 04, 2016

 

[Re-post] Sexual assault across Europe IS a problem of immigration, though because of the in-group / out-group boundary generically between any major alien ethnicity/culture and the host community, NOT because of the particular nature of the migrant group(s)

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]

The key fact missed in all commentary on the now apparently Europe-wide city centre instances of New Year mass sexual assault and rape, is that they exclusively occurred through the presence of a major in-group / out-group boundary.
     Men are not disposed to even consider sexual assault of a non-intimate unless there is a profound non-identification with the would-be victim. It's a between-community phenomenon. This is why rape often becomes a major issue in war – where women are still much better off than are men, of course, in that the men get killed rather than raped, whereas the women are either left alone or possibly raped and rarely killed. As in war theatres, so in migration, at the boundary between migrant enclave and the host community.
     The very low incidence of 'stranger' rape generally within communities – not least in Islamic communities – shows clearly that it is not a problem of any sort of supposed general attitude towards women. There is no 'misogyny' by men: not even in Islamic nations.
     The notion of 'misogyny' is feminist invention as a mirror-image 'projection' of feminists – and indeed generally – in misandry: the contempt for or hatred towards men. This is the real fundamental deep prejudice in all cultures at all points in history, stemming as it does from the core biological imperative to control male access to sex. Germaine Greer got it 100% backwards.
     Muslim men do not display inordinate 'control' over women. Face/body veiling is a female intra-sexual practice that is an e_xpression of female intra-sexual competition for pair-bond partners, which then also became an in-group marker. Historically, women obliged men in their civic role to assist in 'policing' the ubiquity of the practice. Likewise with penalties for adultery, etc. Contrary to Western perception, punishments such as stoning and 'honour crime' are not a matter of male perpetration and female victimhood: both sexes are either equally dealt with or more men than women are punished. 'Honour crime' is notoriously misrepresented because male victims are not recorded. In media, of course women victims are news, but male victims are not.
     So it is not the particular nature of migrants -- some group rather than another -- that is the problem but migration itself, in general, when, as is usually the case, there is some major ethnic and/or cultural divide with the host community.
     As ever, then, the Left – and that means all media and all government political parties – get it spectacularly wrong in not understanding that it IS migration here that is the key to the problem, and not understanding either that it is migration by ethnic/cultural aliens generically and not of Muslims per se
     To stop still further mushrooming of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape, then we will have to stop mass immigration of markedly contrasting peoples in terms of ethnicity and/or culture.
     Of course, the problem won't go away, because of all those the Left already has brought in by the million. The police have long been told – and have internalised – not to release crime stats broken down according to the ethnicity or other indication of alien origin of the perpetrator. The data would be explosive. But we need the data to inform public policy-making. The Left should be squarely blamed for bringing the major source of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape to women.





 

Emma Watson Most Beautiful Women of 2015

List of world’s 10 most beautiful women of 2015: This list is composed of â€" The strongest, intelligent, desirable, popular, attractive, beautiful, successful women in 2015. These ladies are the top of the list in the conversation for sexiest woman of 2015 and prettiest woman in the world.

It’s impossible to list every woman who’s ever existed, this list obviously be restricted to women who’ve achieved a fair level of celebrity. These are the hottest women celebrities of 2015.
 



 


Emma Watson Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The Harry Potter star Emma Watson hold fifth position in the list of ten most beautiful women of 2015. The English actress, model, and activist, Watson took the top spot on the AskMen “Top 99 Outstanding Women 2015” list and at number 26 on the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people.


 

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Shakira

List of world’s 10 most beautiful women of 2015: This list is composed of â€" The strongest, intelligent, desirable, popular, attractive, beautiful, successful women in 2015. These ladies are the top of the list in the conversation for sexiest woman of 2015 and prettiest woman in the world.

It’s impossible to list every woman who’s ever existed, this list obviously be restricted to women who’ve achieved a fair level of celebrity. These are the hottest women celebrities of 2015.
 



 

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Shakira

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Shakira,
The Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer, and model â€" Shakira stands 10th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. She is listed as most powerful woman in the world by Forbes, and most popular dancer by wonderslist. As of July 2014, She has become the first person to reach 100 million followers on Facebook.


 

Jennifer Lopez Most Beautiful Women of 2015

List of world’s 10 most beautiful women of 2015: This list is composed of â€" The strongest, intelligent, desirable, popular, attractive, beautiful, successful women in 2015. These ladies are the top of the list in the conversation for sexiest woman of 2015 and prettiest woman in the world.

It’s impossible to list every woman who’s ever existed, this list obviously be restricted to women who’ve achieved a fair level of celebrity. These are the hottest women celebrities of 2015.
 



 


Jennifer Lopez Most Beautiful Women of 2015
An American actress, author, fashion designer, dancer, producer, and singer Jennifer Lopez hold the second place in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. Lopez’s personal relationships have attracted worldwide media attention; she has been married three times. Beside entertainment world, J. Lo enjoyed a highly successful business career, consisting of various clothing lines, accessories, fragrances, a production company, television shows and a charitable foundation among other business interests.


 

Top 10 Worldâs Most Beautiful Women of 2015


List of world’s 10 most beautiful women of 2015: This list is composed of â€" The strongest, intelligent, desirable, popular, attractive, beautiful, successful women in 2015. These ladies are the top of the list in the conversation for sexiest woman of 2015 and prettiest woman in the world.

It’s impossible to list every woman who’s ever existed, this list obviously be restricted to women who’ve achieved a fair level of celebrity. These are the hottest women celebrities of 2015.
 

Top 10 World’s Most Beautiful Women of the Year



 

Shakira,

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Shakira,
The Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer, and model â€" Shakira stands 10th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. She is listed as most powerful woman in the world by Forbes, and most popular dancer by wonderslist. As of July 2014, She has become the first person to reach 100 million followers on Facebook.


Priyanka Chopra,

Priyanka Chopra Sexy curves
The former Miss World Priyanka Chopra stands 9th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. She is an Indian film actress and singer. She is one of Bollywood’s highest-paid actresses and one of the most popular and high-profile celebrities in India. She has received numerous accolades, including a National Film Award for Best Actress and Filmfare Awards in four categories.


Kate Upton,

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Kate Upton
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Kate Upton stands 8th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. This modern fashion model was at No. 2 in last year list. She also was named the sexiest women by People magazine.

Taylor Swift,

Taylor Swift-Most Beautiful Women of 2015
An American singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift comes at No. 7 amongst ten most beautiful women of 2015. She is known for narrative songs about her personal experiences. She has received many awards and honors, including seven Grammy Awards, 16 American Music Awards, eleven Country Music Association Awards, eight Academy of Country Music Awards, 34 Billboard Music Awards and one Brit Award. As a songwriter, she has been honored by the Nashville Songwriters Association and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. By the start of 2015, Swift had sold over 40 million albums, 130 million single downloads and was one of the top five music artists with the highest worldwide digital sales.


Gal Gadot,

Gal Gadot Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The former Miss Israel, Gal Gadot spot 6th in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. She is the leading fashion model for the clothing company Castro. Gadot is known for her role as Gisele Yashar in The Fast and the Furious film series.


Emma Watson,

Emma Watson Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The Harry Potter star Emma Watson hold fifth position in the list of ten most beautiful women of 2015. The English actress, model, and activist, Watson took the top spot on the AskMen “Top 99 Outstanding Women 2015” list and at number 26 on the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people.


Candice Swanepoel,

Candice Swanepoel- Most Beautiful Women of 2015
Victoria’s Secret angel Candice Swanepoel comes 4th amongst 10 most beautiful women of 2015. This South African beauty came in 10th on the Forbes top-earning models list last year. She was voted No. 61 in 2010, No. 62 in 2011, and No. 75 in 2013 in FHM’s annual “100 Sexiest Women in the World” poll and No. 1 in 2014 Maxim’s “Hot 100 List”.


Deepika Padukone,

Deepika Padukone Beautiful Women of 2015
One of the highest-paid Bollywood actresses, Deepika Padukone hold the third position in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. She is considered a sex symbol and style icon in India. Padukone ranks high on various listings of the most attractive Indian women. She is cited by her figure, height, smile, and eyes as her distinctive physical features. She is an active celebrity endorser for several brands and products, including Tissot, Sony Cyber-shot, Nescafe, Vogue eyewear, Maybelline and Pepsi, among others.


Jennifer Lopez,

Jennifer Lopez Most Beautiful Women of 2015
An American actress, author, fashion designer, dancer, producer, and singer Jennifer Lopez hold the second place in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. Lopez’s personal relationships have attracted worldwide media attention; she has been married three times. Beside entertainment world, J. Lo enjoyed a highly successful business career, consisting of various clothing lines, accessories, fragrances, a production company, television shows and a charitable foundation among other business interests.


Shailene Woodley,

Shailene Woodley Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The ‘Divergent’ Star Shailene Woodley top the list of most beautiful women of 2015. The young Hollywood star found breakthrough success in The Descendants (2011). She was considered one of the “55 Faces of the Future” by Nylon Magazine’s Young Hollywood Issue.

 


 

[Re-post] Sexual assault across Europe IS a problem of immigration, though because of the in-group / out-group boundary generically between any major alien ethnicity/culture and the host community, NOT because of the particular nature of the migrant group(s)

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]

The key fact missed in all commentary on the now apparently Europe-wide city centre instances of New Year mass sexual assault and rape, is that they exclusively occurred through the presence of a major in-group / out-group boundary.
     Men are not disposed to even consider sexual assault of a non-intimate unless there is a profound non-identification with the would-be victim. It's a between-community phenomenon. This is why rape often becomes a major issue in war – where women are still much better off than are men, of course, in that the men get killed rather than raped, whereas the women are either left alone or possibly raped and rarely killed. As in war theatres, so in migration, at the boundary between migrant enclave and the host community.
     The very low incidence of 'stranger' rape generally within communities – not least in Islamic communities – shows clearly that it is not a problem of any sort of supposed general attitude towards women. There is no 'misogyny' by men: not even in Islamic nations.
     The notion of 'misogyny' is feminist invention as a mirror-image 'projection' of feminists – and indeed generally – in misandry: the contempt for or hatred towards men. This is the real fundamental deep prejudice in all cultures at all points in history, stemming as it does from the core biological imperative to control male access to sex. Germaine Greer got it 100% backwards.
     Muslim men do not display inordinate 'control' over women. Face/body veiling is a female intra-sexual practice that is an e_xpression of female intra-sexual competition for pair-bond partners, which then also became an in-group marker. Historically, women obliged men in their civic role to assist in 'policing' the ubiquity of the practice. Likewise with penalties for adultery, etc. Contrary to Western perception, punishments such as stoning and 'honour crime' are not a matter of male perpetration and female victimhood: both sexes are either equally dealt with or more men than women are punished. 'Honour crime' is notoriously misrepresented because male victims are not recorded. In media, of course women victims are news, but male victims are not.
     So it is not the particular nature of migrants -- some group rather than another -- that is the problem but migration itself, in general, when, as is usually the case, there is some major ethnic and/or cultural divide with the host community.
     As ever, then, the Left – and that means all media and all government political parties – get it spectacularly wrong in not understanding that it IS migration here that is the key to the problem, and not understanding either that it is migration by ethnic/cultural aliens generically and not of Muslims per se
     To stop still further mushrooming of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape, then we will have to stop mass immigration of markedly contrasting peoples in terms of ethnicity and/or culture.
     Of course, the problem won't go away, because of all those the Left already has brought in by the million. The police have long been told – and have internalised – not to release crime stats broken down according to the ethnicity or other indication of alien origin of the perpetrator. The data would be explosive. But we need the data to inform public policy-making. The Left should be squarely blamed for bringing the major source of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape to women.



 

Top 10 World’s Most Beautiful Women of the Year


List of world’s 10 most beautiful women of 2015: This list is composed of â€" The strongest, intelligent, desirable, popular, attractive, beautiful, successful women in 2015. These ladies are the top of the list in the conversation for sexiest woman of 2015 and prettiest woman in the world.

It’s impossible to list every woman who’s ever existed, this list obviously be restricted to women who’ve achieved a fair level of celebrity. These are the hottest women celebrities of 2015.
 

Top 10 World’s Most Beautiful Women of the Year



 

Shakira,

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Shakira,
The Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer, and model â€" Shakira stands 10th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. She is listed as most powerful woman in the world by Forbes, and most popular dancer by wonderslist. As of July 2014, She has become the first person to reach 100 million followers on Facebook.


Priyanka Chopra,

Priyanka Chopra Sexy curves
The former Miss World Priyanka Chopra stands 9th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. She is an Indian film actress and singer. She is one of Bollywood’s highest-paid actresses and one of the most popular and high-profile celebrities in India. She has received numerous accolades, including a National Film Award for Best Actress and Filmfare Awards in four categories.


Kate Upton,

Most Beautiful Women of 2015 Kate Upton
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Kate Upton stands 8th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. This modern fashion model was at No. 2 in last year list. She also was named the sexiest women by People magazine.

Taylor Swift,

Taylor Swift-Most Beautiful Women of 2015
An American singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift comes at No. 7 amongst ten most beautiful women of 2015. She is known for narrative songs about her personal experiences. She has received many awards and honors, including seven Grammy Awards, 16 American Music Awards, eleven Country Music Association Awards, eight Academy of Country Music Awards, 34 Billboard Music Awards and one Brit Award. As a songwriter, she has been honored by the Nashville Songwriters Association and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. By the start of 2015, Swift had sold over 40 million albums, 130 million single downloads and was one of the top five music artists with the highest worldwide digital sales.


Gal Gadot,

Gal Gadot Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The former Miss Israel, Gal Gadot spot 6th in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. She is the leading fashion model for the clothing company Castro. Gadot is known for her role as Gisele Yashar in The Fast and the Furious film series.


Emma Watson,

Emma Watson Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The Harry Potter star Emma Watson hold fifth position in the list of ten most beautiful women of 2015. The English actress, model, and activist, Watson took the top spot on the AskMen “Top 99 Outstanding Women 2015” list and at number 26 on the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people.


Candice Swanepoel,

Candice Swanepoel- Most Beautiful Women of 2015
Victoria’s Secret angel Candice Swanepoel comes 4th amongst 10 most beautiful women of 2015. This South African beauty came in 10th on the Forbes top-earning models list last year. She was voted No. 61 in 2010, No. 62 in 2011, and No. 75 in 2013 in FHM’s annual “100 Sexiest Women in the World” poll and No. 1 in 2014 Maxim’s “Hot 100 List”.


Deepika Padukone,

Deepika Padukone Beautiful Women of 2015
One of the highest-paid Bollywood actresses, Deepika Padukone hold the third position in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. She is considered a sex symbol and style icon in India. Padukone ranks high on various listings of the most attractive Indian women. She is cited by her figure, height, smile, and eyes as her distinctive physical features. She is an active celebrity endorser for several brands and products, including Tissot, Sony Cyber-shot, Nescafe, Vogue eyewear, Maybelline and Pepsi, among others.


Jennifer Lopez,

Jennifer Lopez Most Beautiful Women of 2015
An American actress, author, fashion designer, dancer, producer, and singer Jennifer Lopez hold the second place in the list of 10 most beautiful women of 2015. Lopez’s personal relationships have attracted worldwide media attention; she has been married three times. Beside entertainment world, J. Lo enjoyed a highly successful business career, consisting of various clothing lines, accessories, fragrances, a production company, television shows and a charitable foundation among other business interests.


Shailene Woodley,

Shailene Woodley Most Beautiful Women of 2015
The ‘Divergent’ Star Shailene Woodley top the list of most beautiful women of 2015. The young Hollywood star found breakthrough success in The Descendants (2011). She was considered one of the “55 Faces of the Future” by Nylon Magazine’s Young Hollywood Issue.

 


Tuesday, January 19, 2016

 

[Re-post] Sexual assault across Europe IS a problem of immigration, though because of the in-group / out-group boundary generically between any major alien ethnicity/culture and the host community, NOT because of the particular nature of the migrant group(s)

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]

The key fact missed in all commentary on the now apparently Europe-wide city centre instances of New Year mass sexual assault and rape, is that they exclusively occurred through the presence of a major in-group / out-group boundary.
     Men are not disposed to even consider sexual assault of a non-intimate unless there is a profound non-identification with the would-be victim. It's a between-community phenomenon. This is why rape often becomes a major issue in war – where women are still much better off than are men, of course, in that the men get killed rather than raped, whereas the women are either left alone or possibly raped and rarely killed. As in war theatres, so in migration, at the boundary between migrant enclave and the host community.
     The very low incidence of 'stranger' rape generally within communities – not least in Islamic communities – shows clearly that it is not a problem of any sort of supposed general attitude towards women. There is no 'misogyny' by men: not even in Islamic nations.
     The notion of 'misogyny' is feminist invention as a mirror-image 'projection' of feminists – and indeed generally – in misandry: the contempt for or hatred towards men. This is the real fundamental deep prejudice in all cultures at all points in history, stemming as it does from the core biological imperative to control male access to sex. Germaine Greer got it 100% backwards.
     Muslim men do not display inordinate 'control' over women. Face/body veiling is a female intra-sexual practice that is an expression of female intra-sexual competition for pair-bond partners, which then also became an in-group marker. Historically, women obliged men in their civic role to assist in 'policing' the ubiquity of the practice. Likewise with penalties for adultery, etc. Contrary to Western perception, punishments such as stoning and 'honour crime' are not a matter of male perpetration and female victimhood: both sexes are either equally dealt with or more men than women are punished. 'Honour crime' is notoriously misrepresented because male victims are not recorded. In media, of course women victims are news, but male victims are not.
     So it is not the particular nature of migrants -- some group rather than another -- that is the problem but migration itself, in general, when, as is usually the case, there is some major ethnic and/or cultural divide with the host community.
     As ever, then, the Left – and that means all media and all government political parties – get it spectacularly wrong in not understanding that it IS migration here that is the key to the problem, and not understanding either that it is migration by ethnic/cultural aliens generically and not of Muslims per se
     To stop still further mushrooming of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape, then we will have to stop mass immigration of markedly contrasting peoples in terms of ethnicity and/or culture.
     Of course, the problem won't go away, because of all those the Left already has brought in by the million. The police have long been told – and have internalised – not to release crime stats broken down according to the ethnicity or other indication of alien origin of the perpetrator. The data would be explosive. But we need the data to inform public policy-making. The Left should be squarely blamed for bringing the major source of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape to women.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

 

[Re-post] Sexual assault across Europe IS a problem of immigration, though because of the in-group / out-group boundary generically between any major alien ethnicity/culture and the host community, NOT because of the particular nature of the migrant group(s)

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]

The key fact missed in all commentary on the now apparently Europe-wide city centre instances of New Year mass sexual assault and rape, is that they exclusively occurred through the presence of a major in-group / out-group boundary.
     Men are not disposed to even consider sexual assault of a non-intimate unless there is a profound non-identification with the would-be victim. It's a between-community phenomenon. This is why rape often becomes a major issue in war – where women are still much better off than are men, of course, in that the men get killed rather than raped, whereas the women are either left alone or possibly raped and rarely killed. As in war theatres, so in migration, at the boundary between migrant enclave and the host community.
     The very low incidence of 'stranger' rape generally within communities – not least in Islamic communities – shows clearly that it is not a problem of any sort of supposed general attitude towards women. There is no 'misogyny' by men: not even in Islamic nations.
     The notion of 'misogyny' is feminist invention as a mirror-image 'projection' of feminists – and indeed generally – in misandry: the contempt for or hatred towards men. This is the real fundamental deep prejudice in all cultures at all points in history, stemming as it does from the core biological imperative to control male access to sex. Germaine Greer got it 100% backwards.
     Muslim men do not display inordinate 'control' over women. Face/body veiling is a female intra-sexual practice that is an expression of female intra-sexual competition for pair-bond partners, which then also became an in-group marker. Historically, women obliged men in their civic role to assist in 'policing' the ubiquity of the practice. Likewise with penalties for adultery, etc. Contrary to Western perception, punishments such as stoning and 'honour crime' are not a matter of male perpetration and female victimhood: both sexes are either equally dealt with or more men than women are punished. 'Honour crime' is notoriously misrepresented because male victims are not recorded. In media, of course women victims are news, but male victims are not.
     So it is not the particular nature of migrants -- some group rather than another -- that is the problem but migration itself, in general, when, as is usually the case, there is some major ethnic and/or cultural divide with the host community.
     As ever, then, the Left – and that means all media and all government political parties – get it spectacularly wrong in not understanding that it IS migration here that is the key to the problem, and not understanding either that it is migration by ethnic/cultural aliens generically and not of Muslims per se
     To stop still further mushrooming of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape, then we will have to stop mass immigration of markedly contrasting peoples in terms of ethnicity and/or culture.
     Of course, the problem won't go away, because of all those the Left already has brought in by the million. The police have long been told – and have internalised – not to release crime stats broken down according to the ethnicity or other indication of alien origin of the perpetrator. The data would be explosive. But we need the data to inform public policy-making. The Left should be squarely blamed for bringing the major source of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape to women.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

 

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

 

Sexual assault across Europe IS a problem of immigration, though because of the in-group / out-group boundary generically between any major alien ethnicity/culture and the host community, NOT because of the particular nature of the migrant group(s)

The key fact missed in all commentary on the now apparently Europe-wide city centre instances of New Year mass sexual assault and rape, is that they exclusively occurred through the presence of a major in-group / out-group boundary.
     Men are not disposed to even consider sexual assault of a non-intimate unless there is a profound non-identification with the would-be victim. It's a between-community phenomenon. This is why rape often becomes a major issue in war – where women are still much better off than are men, of course, in that the men get killed rather than raped, whereas the women are either left alone or possibly raped and rarely killed. As in war theatres, so in migration, at the boundary between migrant enclave and the host community.
     The very low incidence of 'stranger' rape generally within communities – not least in Islamic communities – shows clearly that it is not a problem of any sort of supposed general attitude towards women. There is no 'misogyny' by men: not even in Islamic nations.
     The notion of 'misogyny' is feminist invention as a mirror-image 'projection' of feminists – and indeed generally – in misandry: the contempt for or hatred towards men. This is the real fundamental deep prejudice in all cultures at all points in history, stemming as it does from the core biological imperative to control male access to sex. Germaine Greer got it 100% backwards.
     Muslim men do not display inordinate 'control' over women. Face/body veiling is a female intra-sexual practice that is an expression of female intra-sexual competition for pair-bond partners, which then also became an in-group marker. Historically, women obliged men in their civic role to assist in 'policing' the ubiquity of the practice. Likewise with penalties for adultery, etc. Contrary to Western perception, punishments such as stoning and 'honour crime' are not a matter of male perpetration and female victimhood: both sexes are either equally dealt with or more men than women are punished. 'Honour crime' is notoriously misrepresented because male victims are not recorded. In media, of course women victims are news, but male victims are not.
     So it is not the particular nature of migrants -- some group rather than another -- that is the problem but migration itself, in general, when, as is usually the case, there is some major ethnic and/or cultural divide with the host community.
     As ever, then, the Left – and that means all media and all government political parties – get it spectacularly wrong in not understanding that it IS migration here that is the key to the problem, and not understanding either that it is migration by ethnic/cultural aliens generically and not of Muslims per se
     To stop still further mushrooming of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape, then we will have to stop mass immigration of markedly contrasting peoples in terms of ethnicity and/or culture.
     Of course, the problem won't go away, because of all those the Left already has brought in by the million. The police have long been told – and have internalised – not to release crime stats broken down according to the ethnicity or other indication of alien origin of the perpetrator. The data would be explosive. But we need the data to inform public policy-making. The Left should be squarely blamed for bringing the major source of 'stranger' sexual assault and rape to women.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

 

[Re-post] BBC hate-mongering towards men YET AGAIN in its wholesale most serious misrepresentation of domestic violence

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]
As ever on the notoriously non- and indeed anti-scientific BBC, the reality of intimate-partner violence -- domestic violence -- was nowhere to be seen in the entire hour of the BBC2 documentary last night, Love You To Death.
The feminist mantra of seven women are killed every month is never balanced by mention that almost as many men are killed by their female partners each month. Never either is it pointed out that this near parity is despite most modes of killing being far harder for a woman to carry out than for a man; nor that men are generally far more violent, and through being far more likely to abuse alcohol may be violent by displacement rather than by intent.
The evidence now is overwhelming that it's not merely that women also perpetrate domestic violence but that in fact they perpetrate substantially more than do men; and especially so when it is unilateral and/or of a serious level. [See my several major published review papers on intimate-partner violence in The Journal of Aggression, Conflict & Peace Research and New Male Studies; all available in full text at my own website, stevemoxon.co.uk.]
As everyone accurately intuits, experiments clearly show that men tend to 'hold back' from physically aggressing in any situation where a female would be the target. In total contrast, females -- women and girls -- actively prefer the use of physical violence as their mode of aggression specifically in a couple context. This is true both against men in the heterosexual relationships of females and against women in their homosexual relationships; indeed, the lesbian couple is by far the most violent type of relationship.
This true picture, as opposed to the one near universally mis-portrayed in the ideologically-hobbled media, is apparent in the DV-related injury statistics -- and even in the spousal homicide figures. If it were assumed that DV/IPV perpetration was of a similar extent by men and women, then considering female anatomical relative fragility and vastly greater male punching power, then it would be expected that 95% of all injuries (whether considering all, including minor, or only the serious) would be sustained by women. Yet instead of this 20:1 ratio, it's actually at most 3:2, and in some studies parity or actually reversed – this notably re serious injury. Regarding partner homicide, males make up close to half of all victims. These astonishing data sets can be explained only by a very large preponderance of female DV/PV perpetration, with males being far and away the larger victim group.
There are many more lines of evidence converging on this conclusion -- see my review papers. Not least, the overall firm conclusion that pair-bonding evolved in the female interest provides the very strong motivation for women, compared to men, to seek to 'control' their partners and if necessary to resort to violence to this end.
What is particularly clear is that every tenet by feminists on this topic is either false or, more usually, not merely false but upside-down.
What, in their most malicious and idiotic imagination, is the BBC doing in commissioning, making and transmitting a programme about domestic violence which contains solely stories about female victims and male perpetrators?! It is nothing less than the most virulent anti-male sex-hatred, driven by totalitarian 'identity politics'; the great backlash against the masses by the political-Left. [See my paper on the origin of 'identity politics' and 'PC'.].
Yet this is business as usual at the BBC, and notwithstanding many many formal detailed complaints. The BBC complaints procedure is moribund, the extremist politics intransigent. There is no hope of reform.
Nothing could better show the BBC to be entirely incapable of abiding by its own charter and its own guidelines for producers. It should not be allowed to continue to receive public funding.

 

[Re-post] BBC hate-mongering towards men YET AGAIN in its wholesale most serious misrepresentation of domestic violence

[Re-post due to imposter ad postings despite password changes]
As ever on the notoriously non- and indeed anti-scientific BBC, the reality of intimate-partner violence -- domestic violence -- was nowhere to be seen in the entire hour of the BBC2 documentary last night, Love You To Death.
The feminist mantra of seven women are killed every month is never balanced by mention that almost as many men are killed by their female partners each month. Never either is it pointed out that this near parity is despite most modes of killing being far harder for a woman to carry out than for a man; nor that men are generally far more violent, and through being far more likely to abuse alcohol may be violent by displacement rather than by intent.
The evidence now is overwhelming that it's not merely that women also perpetrate domestic violence but that in fact they perpetrate substantially more than do men; and especially so when it is unilateral and/or of a serious level. [See my several major published review papers on intimate-partner violence in The Journal of Aggression, Conflict & Peace Research and New Male Studies; all available in full text at my own website, stevemoxon.co.uk.]
As everyone accurately intuits, experiments clearly show that men tend to 'hold back' from physically aggressing in any situation where a female would be the target. In total contrast, females -- women and girls -- actively prefer the use of physical violence as their mode of aggression specifically in a couple context. This is true both against men in the heterosexual relationships of females and against women in their homosexual relationships; indeed, the lesbian couple is by far the most violent type of relationship.
This true picture, as opposed to the one near universally mis-portrayed in the ideologically-hobbled media, is apparent in the DV-related injury statistics -- and even in the spousal homicide figures. If it were assumed that DV/IPV perpetration was of a similar extent by men and women, then considering female anatomical relative fragility and vastly greater male punching power, then it would be expected that 95% of all injuries (whether considering all, including minor, or only the serious) would be sustained by women. Yet instead of this 20:1 ratio, it's actually at most 3:2, and in some studies parity or actually reversed – this notably re serious injury. Regarding partner homicide, males make up close to half of all victims. These astonishing data sets can be explained only by a very large preponderance of female DV/PV perpetration, with males being far and away the larger victim group.
There are many more lines of evidence converging on this conclusion -- see my review papers. Not least, the overall firm conclusion that pair-bonding evolved in the female interest provides the very strong motivation for women, compared to men, to seek to 'control' their partners and if necessary to resort to violence to this end.
What is particularly clear is that every tenet by feminists on this topic is either false or, more usually, not merely false but upside-down.
What, in their most malicious and idiotic imagination, is the BBC doing in commissioning, making and transmitting a programme about domestic violence which contains solely stories about female victims and male perpetrators?! It is nothing less than the most virulent anti-male sex-hatred, driven by totalitarian 'identity politics'; the great backlash against the masses by the political-Left. [See my paper on the origin of 'identity politics' and 'PC'.].
Yet this is business as usual at the BBC, and notwithstanding many many formal detailed complaints. The BBC complaints procedure is moribund, the extremist politics intransigent. There is no hope of reform.
Nothing could better show the BBC to be entirely incapable of abiding by its own charter and its own guidelines for producers. It should not be allowed to continue to receive public funding.

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