Saturday, May 26, 2012

Brian Banks: Another "God Damn America" Story

Allow me to tell you the story of Brian Banks and Wanetta Gibson.  Banks, now 26, was 16 years old when he was wrongfully accused of rape by Wanetta Gibson.  Banks was then a high school football standout destined for the University of Southern California and a possible career in the NFL according to some scouts.

In 2002, Banks was arrested and charged after classmate Wanetta Gibson said that he dragged her into a stairway at and raped her. Faced with a possible 41 years to life sentence, he accepted a plea deal that put him in prison for more than five years, followed by five years of probation. He also had to register as a sex offender.

In March 2011, Gibson contacted Banks through Facebook and wanted to "Let bygones be bygones."
Banks informed the California Innocence Project of the California Western School of Law that Gibson had contacted him, and they videotaped her recanting her story. 

According to the California Innocence Project, "She said she had made it up, that what they had wasn't even sex but it was consensual. When he was on his way to the office, they decided to go to the stairwell and started making out. Brian said something that upset her, and she told the police he had dragged her down the hallway and raped her."

Gibson's family had won a $1.5 million judgment from Long Beach Unified School District because of Banks' conviction.  After realizing that she jeopardized her new found riches, Gibson later tried to recant her confession of no rape having taken place, but it was too late.  The DA viewed the matter anew and Banks' conviction was overturned.  Gibson will have to repay the 1.5 million dollars.

What we have to see here is the feminist hysteria surrounding claims of rape, no matter how untrue they are.  False claims of rape are often used as weapons of revenge or means to garner sympathy at the expense of innocent men.

No less inportant is the fact that Banks, as an American of African descent, could not rely on the criminal justice system to determine truth and administer justice.  The system failed him like it fails men every day at the hands of wickedly unjust women who game that system.

At one time, African Americans had to fear false allegations of white Americans in the old south.  Back then, an untrue vengeful allegation could mean prison or execution.  Those days are behind us.  However, today men risk losing their liberty, livelihoods, and lives at the hands of women.

The Banks story has barely been reported in the press because it is not big news in America.  Gibson's lies wasted public funds in both the criminal and civil trial, and she deserves to be prosecuted for malicious prosecution and perjury.  She stands little chance of suffering that fate however, because she is female in a feminist-infected society.

For this and other tragedies that befall American men at the hands of opportunist women, I say "God Damn America!"  This nation has lost its way and it is too far gone to get it back.  Feminism has corrupted this country and all sense of truth and justice.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

The Great National Impasse

By now it is common knowledge that the US government labors under crushing national debt.  The problem is how we are going to reduce this debt.  Everyone from elementary school math students to Nobel laureate economists realize that BOTH reductions in federal spending AND tax increases are necessary to begin chipping away at the morass that is our debtload.

If it were only so easy.  Democrats are loathe to cut spending and Republicans are loathe to raise taxes, hence our current fiscal dilemma.

Americans have a lot to decide this November when the choose between Obama and Romney.  Since neither candidate is serious about confronting our debt, we'll have to vote for the lessor of two evils.

Things obviously must get worse before we can break out of this impasse.  The question is whether or not that will be too late.

Friday, May 11, 2012

American False Optimism - "Smile or Die"

This video shows the sickening American impulse to remain optimistic regardless of the circumstances.  It led to the economic meltdown, and the political inertia of the last decade or so.  Being a realist is more difficult and just plain smarter. 

Take a look at this matter as presented below.  You will be surprised at how prevalent is the problem.