Rant/VentingMan faces 6 months in prison for disagreeing with feminist on twitter (No joke..) (self.TheRedPill)

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What’s believed to be the first case in Canada of alleged criminal harassment-via-Twitter is just a judge’s decision away from being over.

After hearing closing submissions Tuesday from Chris Murphy, who represents 54-year-old Greg Elliott, Ontario Court Judge Brent Knazan is expected to rule on Oct. 6.

In the balance rides enormous potential fallout for free speech online.

Elliott is charged with criminally harassing two Toronto female political activists, Steph Guthrie and Heather Reilly, in 2012.

Allegations involving a third woman were dropped.

The graphic artist and father of four lost his job shortly after his arrest, which was well-publicized online, and if convicted, could go to jail for six months.

These are astonishing repercussions given that it’s not alleged he ever threatened either woman (or any other, according to the testimony of the Toronto Police officer, Detective Jeff Bangild, who was in charge) or that he ever sexually harassed them.

Basically.. these 2 feminist retards were publicly shaming a young guy who did something they thought on twitter.. and this older guy tweeted them, saying that its wrong to publicly shame ppl.. and then these 2 feminists turn on HIM and eventually charge him with harassment...

Not sure yet if this has been posted here, sorry if it has..

I just feel that the word needs to get out..

[–]Discomposure 284 points285 points  (61 children)

He never threatened or used any sexual related terms towards them. All he did was disagree with them politically. The girls just "felt" that they were being harassed and filed a case which caused the man to lose his job.

"The graphic artist and father of four lost his job shortly after his arrest, which was well-publicized online, and if convicted, could go to jail for six months."

[–]KungPaoEllenTheFist 165 points165 points [recovered]

"The graphic artist and father of four lost his job shortly after his arrest, which was well-publicized online, and if convicted, could go to jail for six months."

Which ironically gives him a case against his accusers for the very charges he is facing.

[–]ObservantOmega 292 points293 points  (15 children)

Which will bring him nothing, since women are not expected to be responsible for their actions.

Yay feminism!

[–]through_a_ways 121 points122 points  (14 children)

Just going to repeat this because it's important:

Women are treated like children. We inherently like women, want to care for them, and don't expect them to take responsibility for anything.

Women physically resemble children. Women have fuller lips, bigger eyes, rounder faces, flatter foreheads, less pronounced nasal bridges, lighter skin/hair/eyes, and more subcutaneous body fat.

The retention of infantile traits is called neoteny. Women are physically neotenous.


You can't expect an impartial punishment for a woman any more than you can expect it for a 5 year old. No matter how bad a crime a 5 year old commits, the kid will always get off easy because he/she is a 5 year old. This would be true even if there were no official laws concerning age and legal punishment.

[–]mscleverclocks 29 points30 points  (8 children)

Yet teens are tried as adults in court, 8-year olds are tased, and babies blown up in their cribs by police raids. Smh. What the hell has happened to society? Why are we treating selfish women better than innocent children?

[–][deleted] 64 points65 points  (1 child)

Yet teens are tried as adults in court

Male teens.

8-year olds are tased

Male children.

and babies blown up in their cribs by police raids

Moloch demands it.

[–]mscleverclocks 1 point2 points  (0 children)

No, wait, the 8-year old was a girl.

Edit: although i'm sure that's probably not the only instance

[–]holytrpbatman 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Because selfish women and their mangina minions have been allowed to dictate the terms of their victimhood status. Because the political juggernaut wants us divided in every way possible, globally, so we continue to believe we are not already ruled by one entity. Because we have collectively allowed it to happen.

[–]The_BeardedGentleman 5 points6 points  (1 child)

You mean like the 8 year old boy that was raped by a woman and tumblrinas were trying to say he enticed her and he raped her and she was just confused is all?

[–]ShitfacedBatman 10 points10 points [recovered]

^ Yep, neoteny. But also their brains are childlike. I've said it before, but RP says women are the oldest 19 y/o in the house, but I'm going to say the average woman behaves like a 12 y/o. And Canada in this case is definitely protecting women like they're 12 year olds.

Every woman that believes men are constantly stalking them has a 12 year old mind. Their inclination to frame most or all men as "dangerous predators" is reflective of juvenile maturity levels, an inability to grow up and be mature enough to see reality.

In my opinion, only submissive women can really get away with neoteny, and feminism is making sure there are fewer and fewer of them. You cannot not-be submissive and eat your neoteny cake too. If these bitches want to be men (like the other half of the world) and be "equal" to men and not-submissive to men, well then, they need to learn to man-up to certain levels on their own, levels like FREE SPEECH. Ironically, submissive women are ahead of them in this area because they've submitted.

Left alone, women are self-corrupting and demand to be treated like 12 year olds. Pathetic. The long arm of the law needs to start telling women to "deal with it" more.

[–]WillWorkForLTC 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You make a good point about ''manning up''. I think an important designation needs to be made between men and women who blame others and demand from others, and men and women who blame no one and take responsibility for themselves. True gender equality is made impossible by feminists. Oh and the irony burns on.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Haha I havent heard the term neoteny since I bred dogs for a little bit.

[–]Endorsed ContributorRedPillDad 48 points49 points  (21 children)

The article infers a lot. This is a respected female writer, and she's clearly sympathetic towards Elliot. The court theatrics should be interesting. The prosecuter will grandstand for political exposure, and these victim-scammers will shed crocodile tears once it blows up in their faces.

[–]RedPillarOfSalt 52 points53 points  (9 children)

"I find it an astonishing concept, actually, that just because I feeeel a certain way that it would make it so."

That reporter is the most Red Pill woman I've heard since Karen Straughan.

[–]ChairBorneMGTOW 44 points45 points  (5 children)

Christie Blatchford is awesome. Met her multiple times, embedded with the CF in Kandahar. She also covered a lot of the native militancy in southern Ontario really well. She is zero Bullshit, logical and discerning.

[–][deleted] 12 points13 points  (3 children)

Wait, have we found a unicorn?

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Who the fuck down voted this joke? Pussies.

[–]RemyPrice 7 points8 points  (1 child)

You asked the question, then answered it for yourself: pussies.

[–]mryddlin 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Nation Post is a pretty good rag imo , it's a 'conservative' newspaper and I use quotes because they are nothing at like Sun/Fox media.

Actually reporters doing actual reporting...CRAZY!! :)

[–]mryddlin 19 points20 points  (0 children)


It's a matter of public record still, it's not any different that shit that gets said here in TRP.

Mods, this could be you...that's fucked up...

edit: going through his tweets and I'm just seeing standard anger phase type posts. This is definitely a cautionary tale for any of us going through the anger phase and to becareful.

Rule 38 - Think as you like but Behave like others

Has never been more relevant.

2nd edit: hmm looks like their back and forths are all pulled and it's just some stuff related to it. Damn I can't find a transcript, I do want to know what both sides said to each other.

Guthrie, like many others online, took exception to the game and used Twitter to protest the game and its Ontario creator, Ben Spurr. “I want his hatred on the Internet to impact his real-life experience,” Guthrie wrote on Twitter in July 2012. Elliott felt Guthrie and others were ganging up on Spurr and unleashed a series of tweets saying so. Guthrie blocked him from communicating with her on Twitter, but she could still read tweets that mentioned her user name. Shortly after, Elliott created the Twitter hashtag #FascistFeminists in relation to Guthrie and her friends. One of Elliott’s final tweets involving Guthrie was in response to another person calling him a “perv and a sad little man.” He answered: “You are wrong on all counts. Go listen to (Guthrie) play her s--- music in crappy bars with your loser faux-feminist friends.” The tweets from Elliott didn’t stop until his arrest in November 2012.

from the Star: https://archive.is/4Ge3q

Seems like he just called them out on their crap and didn't stop, basically he used their tactics against them and they ran to the police but cannot see the irony of their actions.

3rd edit: https://twitter.com/hashtag/FascistFeminists?src=hash haha! this is the hashtag he started, just reading through it to see how the information is presented.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

The guy still lost his job, and this was back in 2012 and hasn't been judged on yet. Will he get his job back, even if he is found innocent? Probably not.

[–]RemyPrice 7 points8 points  (0 children)

The court of public opinion is usually worse than actual judicial court.

[–]IronMeltsinmyHands 7 points8 points  (7 children)

its Canada. Fucking wasteland. It's better than australia but... not by much.

[–]Derzu_Uzala 5 points6 points  (0 children)

In fact the only one bullied and harassed seems to be Greg Elliott himself.

[–]DuncanMonroe 2 points3 points  (1 child)

I'm curious, what did he say? Not getting much information here.

[–]mryddlin 3 points4 points  (0 children)


it's all still there it seems, trying to find a transcript of all the tweets

[–]RemyPrice 12 points13 points  (3 children)

There was recently a post about keeping your opinions to yourself.

He gains nothing by disagreeing with them.

Don't comment. Don't like. Don't retweet. Don't agree. Don't disagree. Unless you're running for public office, don't engage in any debate period. KEEP YOUR FUCKING OPINIONS TO YOURSELF.

[–]NecroticFury 15 points16 points  (2 children)

meh, then the brainwashing continues. Fuck that, ill fight to the death if the situation calls for it.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

The vast majority of people are brainless, it's a waste of time.

[–]GrandmasterHurricane 77 points78 points  (2 children)

One thing I noticed in these types of cases is that the women who are "victims" always get together with their girl friends before hand to devise a vicious plan to cause as much damage as possible to the man's life. It's sickening. According to what I read, they were planning on sticking him with some pedophilia thing by having a chick pretend she's 13? WHAT?? That's just insanity.

The craziest part is the fact that the man is facing charges based on feelings. And the girl even had the audacity to say that sometimes feelings of fear develop over time in victims and that she's "SORRY" if she doesn't appear like a cookie-cutter victim right now. Like, bitch what? You have powers? You're predicting that you might (might not) end up feeling fear in the future and that even though at the moment fact for fact you're not afraid?? And the court is entertaining this fuckery?

Also notice how the defense lawyer mentions this case being like that of a bunch of high school kids (women are children theory), but they're not, they're actual adults. She couldn't handle a little opposition on Twitter so she retorted to using cyberfeminist witchcraft techniques to destroy the guy, and she's in POLITICS. She picked the wrong calling.

Lastly, guys, understand that women feel emotions 20x more than you do. A pinch is a nuclear bomb, arguing against them is declaring world war etc.

[–]1sardinemanR 6 points7 points  (1 child)

I agree in part and then disagree in part.

Yes the victims get together and want to cause damage. But that's not "feelings" that is cold hard manipulation and strategy.

Women are also not adults. They are children. They do not develop past a 14 year old's maturity or intellect. That is the major problem with Western society now, they are elevated beyond their capabilities and are given powers that children really shouldn't have, because children are not objective and can't use power correctly, they abuse it.

And lastly, I don't think women feel emotions at all. I think they fake emotions and try to use them to get their way. I've seen plenty of women, starting as young as 14, cry and make scenes, and if nobody pays attention to them they just pick themselves up, brush themselves off, and wait for another opportunity.

Women are cold and callous. There is no compassion in them. They can also very easily move on no matter how many years they've been with a guy. They don't have any loyalty (see Briffault's Law). Men fall in love easily and long term, we need TRP to set us straight. Women don't have these issues, they bounce around from man to man looking for whatever is best for them.

Don't think of women as emotional creatures. Think of them as actresses, or even psychopaths, because that is what they are. No woman has ever been blinded by her emotions, if men aren't around to take care of them women cut out the histrionics because they don't work on each other either.

[–]Endorsed Contributorbalalasaurus 124 points125 points  (3 children)

The plaintiff is a "Gender Justice Consultant". I swear you can't make this shit up.

[–]NidStyles 41 points42 points  (0 children)

When they start creating their own official sounding titles, then you know that the retard runs deep in that culture.

[–]RemyPrice 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Oh fucking hell. That's enough for today.

[–]nouveaugosse 92 points93 points  (1 child)

This guy was even friendly with them before hand. He at one point offered to design a poster for one of their events. Feminists are ready to threaten your livelihood the second you don't toe their line, regardless of past interactions.

[–]TRP Vanguard: "Dark Triad Expert"IllimitableMan 60 points61 points  (0 children)

Feminists are ready to threaten your livelihood the second you don't toe their line, regardless of past interactions.

Briffaults Law is real. Prime example of that right here.

[–][deleted] 56 points57 points  (9 children)

I'll never get out of the rage phase.

[–]SuckOnMyBigRedPill 23 points23 points [recovered]

You'll keep feeling whatever you surround yourself with.

If articles like this piss you off, do your best to stop reading them. Focus on the good aspects of women (fun, feminine, cute, dumb as bricks sometimes (in an adorable way), sexy, etc). Focus on the good aspects of life.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

After a while you become desentizised. You realize intellectualy that this is BS but it doesn't affect you emotionally anymore.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (4 children)

You aren't desensitized enough then.

[–]SaiHottari 6 points7 points  (0 children)

You have to be careful with desensitizing yourself. If you can't feel the heat then you risk being burned.

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 51 points52 points  (6 children)

Frivolous lawsuits are damaging to judicial legitimacy. Without the rule of law men devolve into the state of nature which is puts women at very serious risk.

[–]NidStyles 21 points22 points  (0 children)

They brought it upon themselves.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Honestly I would argue that our civilization is a state of nature.

[–]collidoscope 23 points24 points  (5 children)

I would disagree with the charges, but after reading the entire article still I don't know what he's being charged with.  

tl;dr: Take Your Daddy Issues to Court Day becomes a national holiday in Canada.

[–]fake7272 10 points11 points  (4 children)

in canada it is harassment if the person feels like their life or well being is threatened.

the girl says that over time, she became more fearful of his as the debate went on, leading to him "harassing" her despite her inability to ignore/block communication.

[–]GrandmasterHurricane 10 points11 points  (0 children)

*If they feel like they might feel fear in the future.

She says she MIGHT feel fear in the future.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

what the fuck is wrong with you canada? did you get snow in your vajayjay?

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

despite her inability to ignore/block communication.

That's the kicker for me.

As the defending attorney, I would have asked her/them what reasonable measures they took to quell the harassment. Did you ask him to stop, stating that you felt harassed? Did you attempt to block his means of communicating to you?

Oh? You did neither? And you instead had a group meeting on how best to shame and "punish" my client, which seems to have culminated in a frivolous lawsuit, would you not agree?

But I'm not a lawyer. I'd probably end up looking like Leo Decaprio in Catch Me if You Can when he plays at being a lawyer.

[–][deleted] 120 points121 points  (52 children)

And that's another reason why any sane human should hate feminism.

[–]Dreamless_ 41 points41 points [recovered]

No, not hate. Hate is for too reactionary and filled with ulterior motive. Men should be aware of modern feminism and the role it plays in shaping society's norms, but only insofar as to bend the rules of the game to his favor. If you think you're going to "win" this game through hate, you're sorely mistaken.

Go ahead and be mad at feminism, be resentful of it, whatever the case is. We've all been there shortly after getting unplugged. But to let it become a drain on your fight to the top, your journey to being the best version of yourself is an exercise in futility.

Process it, then let it go. Be better despite it.

[–]Born_of_a_broken_man 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Appreciate your perspective. Don't think I could disagree more though.

We should hate this nonsense with the burning rage of a thousand Gengis Khan's, it's destructive to the collective male. Be selfish if you want that's your prerogative. But collectively... men should hate the fuck out of this shit and not let it step another foot in our homes.

[–]LeeHePro 92 points92 points [recovered]

Look, I'm self-serving too, the world could burn after I die for all I care.

If everyone followed that advice, however, we would all be slaves.

Who cares about a man put in jail for thoughtcrime? Just ignore it, pretend to be a good citizen and go on with your life.

Who cares about this? Who cares about that? Understand the rules and play the game to win!

Repeat this process until you can't even say what you want in private.

Someone has to step up sooner or later and say "Enough".

[–]TRP VanguardCyralea 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Process it, then let it go. Be better despite it.

Sorry, but that's terrible advice. Toronto is increasingly becoming a hellhole for anyone who dares to have a Y chromosome. Putting it on the backburner of your brain is simply dangerous even at the individual level.

Actively refuse to deal with these femcunts. Any self-identifying feminist is a ticking time bomb.

[–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (12 children)

I don't really understand why anger is said to only be temporarily useful. Maybe it's true for some but for many it's a lifelong motivator and never falls obsolete. For others it's just a natural emotion and repressing it is harmful. Sometimes it becomes useless but I think that's less common than red's often say it is.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (11 children)

Anger is useful.

Rage is not.

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 7 points8 points  (8 children)

Rage is useful otherwise we wouldn't have it. However it must only be used when necessary, required, or is justified. Jumping straight to rage every time you get annoyed is not using it the way we developed it. Rage kills the beast that has fangs and claws, because reasoning with a carnivorous predator or another man intent on killing you isn't going to be effective.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Of course it is, if handled by someone who's not an idiot.

[–][deleted] 72 points73 points  (31 children)

El Chapo should deal with these 2 cunts.

[–][deleted] 32 points33 points  (26 children)

I'm really hoping that feminism becomes rampant and guys just start assassinating politicians.

[–]1R_E_D_1 64 points65 points  (23 children)

Won't happen. The more popular modern feminism becomes the more likely men will withdraw from society. And in 50 years when men finally invent the believable sex robot women will wonder where all the men went and why.

[–]LetsGoAllTheWhey 26 points27 points  (1 child)

50 years? It better not take that long.

[–]iiMSouperman 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I'll be 76 by then, I'll have a few nuts left to bust I hope.

[–]ferengiprophet 69 points70 points  (8 children)

Women are too solipsistic to ever acknowledge that they are at fault for anything. Honor, justice, and responsibility are ideals that only men subscribe to.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 7 points8 points  (4 children)

I've always said it's honor, loyalty, and integrity that are masculine traits, drilled into is from early childhood. Women/girls just don't have the same expectations placed on them like that.

[–]Endorsed Contributorbicepsblastingstud 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I like Jack Donovan's concept of "tactical virtues" -- strength, courage, mastery, honor.

[–]TRP VanguardCyralea 5 points6 points  (1 child)

I think it goes back even deeper. Men evolved honor/loyalty instincts to better construe a functional hierarchical system within the tribe. Loyalty to one's in-group vs. the out-group they'd be warring with would be a trait that would have been selected for, given the survival benefits.

Women never needed such traits. If anything, the opposite was true, given how often they'd become war brides.

[–]cariboo_j 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Men had to be loyal and willing to put the group interests over their own for hunting and war parties.

Foraging and popping out babies required no such trait.

[–]LionLaw 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Those are indeed the tenets of a true man

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 36 points37 points  (3 children)

in 50 years when men finally invent the believable sex robot women will wonder where all the men went

But first they will shame men for using them and then try to make them illegal (either "breaking down the fabric of society" or "think of the children!").

At no point will they try to compete with dumb sex bots, even though they could - easily.

Case in point: porn. Women are failing to compete with pictures of themselves. That's right - when women feel threatened by porn, they are threatened by their own image. Why? Because porn does not passively-aggressively say no, and that is the basis of female power.

[–]1R_E_D_1 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Women already try to shame us for porn. They REALLY try to shame us for Real Doll type shit too. They will try to shame you for getting muscles. They'll try to shame you for sleeping with lots of women. They will always shame us for trying to take our sexuality into our own hands. That's just what they do.

But when women are going out and all they can find are taco parties they'll start changing their behavior. It'll be hilarious to see, too.

[–]TehRedBirdCall 11 points12 points  (0 children)

50 years? well we are almost there.


we just need the rest of it.

[–]CK_America 4 points5 points  (3 children)

Hahahahaha I forsaw the same thing, currently getting into robotics. :)

[–]1R_E_D_1 1 point2 points  (2 children)

Gonna be a massive money field in the next 20 years. Robots will be awesome not just for sex, but for working jobs we won't, working places we can't and fighting wars we shouldn't. Massive growth field. Just go chill on the AI development, will ya'?

[–]IronMeltsinmyHands 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm actually Hammurabi's Law is added to the law. It won't be. But it would certainly level the playing field.

[–]Squeezymypenisy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It doesn't affect his profits so not really a point. Though if you are interested, the cartels and anonymous had a showoff once. It ended without any casualties but still interesting.

[–]surfjihad 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Trans North American Justice

[–][deleted] 18 points19 points  (2 children)

The graphic artist and father of four lost his job shortly after his arrest

I feel that the employer is a coward. Especially since the artist was fired because of an arrest, not a conviction.

[–]EvrythingISayIsRight 1 point2 points  (0 children)

was fired because of an arrest, not a conviction

Sadly this kind of shit happens all the time. If you're arrested for anything, whether you did it or not, you are likely to get fired anyway.

[–]RedPillarOfSalt 15 points16 points  (5 children)

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (3 children)

[–]Endorsed ContributorFLFTW16 18 points19 points  (2 children)


TORONTO — The so-called Twitter case — what appears to be the first time in Canada someone has been charged with criminal harassment based entirely on tweets — has taken an odd and unexpected turn.

Ontario Court Judge Brent Knazan came into court Thursday to announce he had received a letter from a stranger making the startling allegation the complaint he is hearing “is fraudulent, or worse.”

Greg Elliott of Toronto, 53, is charged with criminally harassing three women, though the Toronto Police officer in charge of the case, Det. Jeff Banglid, already has testified he found no overt threats or sexual overtures in Elliott’s tweets to any of the complainants.

The first one, 29-year-old Steph Guthrie, an articulate political activist, was on the witness stand when the trial first adjourned in January.

According to the letter, parts of which the judge read aloud in open court, the person claimed to be a former acquaintance of the three complainants and alleges they “conspired, in my presence, to fabricate a criminal harassment complaint” against Elliott.

The person also alleged the conspiracy extends “to the ministry of the attorney-general,” information relayed in the summer of 2012 by two of the complainants’ friends.

Judge Knazan said the letter, which he received Tuesday, was signed and provided contact information.

But he kept the writer’s name and gender out of the public domain, in case the person was well-intentioned or was unaware it’s inappropriate to write to judges.

Neither did the judge read aloud the names of the two complainants’ friends mentioned in the letter or its first paragraph, in which the writer explained the reason for writing.

Still, the judge said, the “allegations leave police and Crown counsel no option but to investigate,” and adjourned the case until its next scheduled date in May.

Interestingly, according to the Criminal Code of Canada, a criminal harassment charge appears to be rooted as much in the alleged victim’s perception of the offending conduct as in the alleged conduct itself.

(I also received a copy of the letter to the judge, sent by email last week, before the judge got his. I attempted to reach the writer via the contact information included, but neither phone number nor email worked.)

When the case previously adjourned two months ago, Guthrie was in mid-cross-examination by Chris Murphy, Elliott’s lawyer.

Murphy had questioned her at length about a meeting in the summer of 2012, when a group of people, including the other complainants and a couple of their friends, gathered to decide, as she put it once, “how as a community we could respond to predatory and harassing behaviour of men,” including allegedly Elliott, on Twitter.

One of the friends whom Guthrie identified as being at the meeting is one of the two named in the letter and alleged by the writer to be knowledgeable about the purported conspiracy.

When the meeting ended, Murphy alleged in January, the attendees “had a plan to deal with Mr. Elliott … Each of them had a role.”

At one point, he told the judge, “It may be that at that meeting, a conspiracy to commit a criminal offence took place — to criminally harass Mr. Elliott, to commit mischief and interfere with his ability to enjoy Twitter.”

Given that all this happened well in advance of the letter being sent — the judge’s announcement and the letter appeared to take both Murphy and Crown attorney Marnie Goldenberg completely by surprise — it renders at least some of the writer’s allegations relevant and appears to lend them a little heft.

Were the people at the meeting — all the complainants attended, remember — just talking about what they could do to stem the oft-misogynistic ramblings on Twitter or did they hatch a plan to target Elliott, to make an example of him?

Certainly, the self-possessed Guthrie has admitted to “outing” others she deemed to be creeps.

She was questioned extensively about her decision to publicly shame a 25-year-old man from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., who had invented a “beat up Anita Sarkeesian” video game, where users could punch an image of the feminist video blogger until the screen, and her face, turned red.

Guthrie had wondered aloud on the web if she should blow the whistle on the man, or, as she put it, “So I found the Twitter account of that f— listed as creator of the ‘punch a woman in the face’ game,” she tweeted. “Should I sic the Internet on him?”

When the answer was a resounding “Yes!,” she tweeted a link to the story about the game “to prospective Sault Ste. Marie employers” and the local newspaper.

As Murphy put it to her in January, “This was another case that rose to the level where you agreed with online vigilantism” and accused her of wanting to ruin the man’s life.

“I was simply making people aware,” Guthrie replied, but she acknowledged if others took action that ruined his life, “I would not feel sorry about that.”

[–]ether_reddit 4 points5 points  (0 children)

This article is dated March 20 2014, so it's not "new". The ruling is still expected this October.

[–]EvrythingISayIsRight 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Wow. This bitch belongs behind bars. She is a hypocrite and she is abusing the law to get vengeance on someone who she disagrees with politically. Shit like this makes a mockery of the legal system and she should be punished.

[–][deleted] 17 points18 points  (2 children)

Hey this might be a stupid idea, but do you think there will be a point where enough men against feminism will get together and riot?

[–]through_a_ways 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Almost definitely not.

What you may start to see is acts of violence against people who pull stuff like this.

[–]moneyandsexislife 62 points62 points [recovered]

If I were Canadian, I'd join any male-centric rebellion.

They are completely out to get us, getting more extreme by the day, and effecting huge punishments.

Life is not worth living under those conditions. I'd be ready to die in a fight in a heartbeat.

[–]MHOOD01 14 points15 points  (6 children)

It seems the farther feminism gets, the more men are waking up.

[–]Kashmon777 11 points12 points  (3 children)


more and more men, especially the younger generation love feminism...

[–]YouGoJoe 8 points9 points  (2 children)

I'm 23 so I think I still qualify as 'younger generation' for most of us here. It's not as bad as that. For the most part I think more and more of us are putting on the feminist mask to stay out of trouble, but still dump the kool-aid in the house-plant instead of chugging it down.

[–]lordrand11 1 point2 points  (1 child)

And like any cause that's lasted far longer than it should have, it will eventually destroy itself. This has been the creed for any society that's been established, let these feminists do what they will, in the end they're only hurting their cause by doing so.

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'd rather not be the victim of their bullshit anymore. False rape, false sexual harassment, divorce rape, jail time for shit I was accused of with zero evidence for and plenty against, just because I am a large, muscular, intimidating ex military man.

Fuck with me anymore and you're putting your life at the mercy of my mood. That's why no bitch will live with me, marry me, or even hear me say I love you. I live in the woods and avoid people, because one more false accusation or punishment for simply being male and I will do something worthy of punishment. I'd rather not, so I avoid situations where someone can affect me like that.

[–]ferengiprophet 19 points20 points  (4 children)

Whenever you feel like this, take a break from TRP and the internet in general. The world is not as bad as some angry people on trp portray it to be.

[–]LionLaw 38 points39 points  (1 child)

That man who lost his job for simply defending a kid on the internet could have been any one of us.
Something needs to be done and fucking soon, and if we all took the same passive indifferent attitude then nothing will ever get done.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

I am canadian and I live in Toronto.

Men side with women.

You wouldn't believe some of the horror stories I could tell you.

[–]Rooi_Aap 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If you have the time please type one up. I like getting my jimmies rustled from time to time.

[–][deleted] 45 points46 points  (31 children)

It blows my mind we're 120K strong and we do nothing. Where is the outrage? This should be the tipping point. This is dystopian. Any call to action gets immediately shot down with "We're not MRA's! Don't talk about the RedPill!" however I feel at some point somebody needs to draw a line in the dust and say enough

[–]brannana 12 points13 points  (4 children)

This should be the tipping point.

No, a conviction should be the tipping point. People can bring lawsuits for just about any reason, if they have the time and money. The true litmus test is when those lawsuits bear fruit.

Now, I'm probably reading a lot into a few sentences near the end of the article, but it sounds as though the plaintiff's attorney isn't even very sure of the merits of the case, refusing to make a statement or release transcripts of her case. That's a far cry from "Oh, these poor women."

Now, if they actually find this guy guilty and sentence him? Yeah, then it's time to break out the pitchforks and torches.

[–]vacationlife- 6 points7 points  (3 children)

No, a conviction should be the tipping point.

thats true, but it's pathetic that today a guy can lose his job for this shit. The guy in canada who said "fuck her right in the pussy" on tv lost his job after e-feminists kept calling his place of work and complaining about him

those were canada, but even that one story about the guy taking a picture of a star wars poster and then got chased through the store by some crazy bitch who posted his pic online and said he's a pedophile

i guess when the majority of western population is fully retarded, you get retarded results. no surprise when you think about it like that

[–]TRP VanguardCyralea 6 points7 points  (0 children)

We are far too few in number, and ultimately not a unified coalition. We all have slightly differing goals.

I agree that there's a point where enough is enough, especially given that this is happening right in my backyard, but all we can do is act to our benefit on the personal level. Cut ties with anyone and anything remotely tied to feminism.

[–]SuckOnMyBigRedPill 22 points22 points [recovered]

Do something then.

A lot of us are just here to a) self-improve b) observe the world/culture so we can plan accordingly.

Not everyone is as angry as you (though I will admit stuff like this does blow my mind. Literal definition of insanity. 1984 stuff.)

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (4 children)

i'm here to do those things as well (obviously) but to sit back and allow our culture to become so diluted to the point where we fear to disagree? It seems cowardly to have such a large group of like-minded individuals stay silent hiding behind the notion that speaking out and activism is futile. I can't do much I'm just one man, but this still is a democracy and over 100k voices means something.

[–]Wraithwain 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Ever read about the rat utopia experiment? There are other writeups, but here's one from ROK.


We may be over a hundred thousand, but how many of them are simply here as the "beautiful ones", as described in there? Solely focused on themselves. Sixty percent? Seventy? Eighty? Hard to tell. And, while it may disappoint you that so many simply don't care, the few who do care can still make a difference.

Chin up, mate. I'm not even in the US, and I want to help.

[–]CornyHoosier 3 points4 points  (0 children)

We're mostly Americans here and Canada doesn't have the same free speech laws as the United States. In Canada, groups like the KKK or Neo-Nazis, WBC, etc. don't exist.

But hey, if you want to organize a rally here in the U.S. I'll join ya.

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Choosing the right time is paramount, you do not begin an invasion of Russia in September, you do begin an invasion of Europe in June. The timing of action is nearly as important as the action itself.

If we were to do anything, we must wait until the bullshit is at the point where people can easily see through it, see the hypocrisy for themselves. If we move too early, our 100k will seem like a burp to the billions out there. There must be enough snow for the avalanche, otherwise it's just a pebble rolling down a hill.

[–]1sardinemanR 2 points3 points  (4 children)

120k against what, 310M others in the US? And how large is Canada's population?

Get a grip man. You will get destroyed trying to fight it, we're not MRAs, we know better.

TRP and MGTOW both arose because it was impossible to stem the tide of feminism. TRP teaches you best how to deal within it, MGTOW best teaches you how to avoid it (and is the safest possible path you can take). TRP is calculated risks that are designed to derive a benefit.

What benefit is fighting this for any of us? Especially those of us not even in Canada?

[–]tallwheel 14 points15 points  (0 children)

I tried to warn people about this case over a year ago.


[–]1cover20 26 points27 points  (7 children)

OMG Canada's down the tubes. Compared to that, the USA is reasonable.

[–]A_Depressing_Cat 12 points12 points [recovered]

Just wandering around reddit when I saw this. This part kind of pisses me off.

The criminal harassment charge is rooted in the alleged victim’s perception of the offending conduct.

Have they essentially applied the same standards between the difference between sex and rape to online discussions?

[–]B_Campbell 10 points11 points  (3 children)

Classic projection. When I clicked on the article I expected to see the guy had said some nasty things on Twitter but hadn't even done that. He did just the opposite and told them you shouldn't harass people online. The women are guilty of the very thing they're going after this guy for. It's very Orwellian.

[–]generic_name 5 points5 points [recovered]

When I clicked on the article I expected to see the guy had said some nasty things on Twitter

I thought the same. I clicked through thinking that surely this guy did something that he was actually arrested and went to court (and has been on bail, banned from using the internet for 2 years). Nothing. I did a Google search and even looked at Jezebel. Not a thing. You would think if this guy was harassing people on twitter there would be screen caps of some of the things he said. You'd think Jezebel would put this guy on blast, showing off what a creep he is. But nope, nothing. Which only makes me believe he didn't actually say anything all that bad. It's sad really, that it's come down to this.

[–]thundercock2win 9 points10 points  (3 children)

Wow, this sounds insane.

Feelz before realz. Even in court!?

"When he asked her to point to one — just one — that had instilled fear in her, she snapped, “That’s not how feelings work, Mr. Murphy. They develop over time.” When the lawyer suggested she wasn’t fearful, that she’d made fun of Mr. Elliott and taunted him, she sighed theatrically and said, “There’s no perfect victim, Mr. Murphy, and no perfect way to respond to being stalked. Sometimes you have to fight back a little bit…. I’m sorry if I wasn’t a perfect victim.”


[–]2CHAD_J_THUNDERCOCK 9 points10 points  (1 child)

Ahhh fucking hell. I'm not emotionally connected to the pill at all, I hit the acceptance stage 2 years ago. But thats one thing that still gets the fist clenching; "Im sorry if I wasn't a perfect victim". That was what mattress girl used as a defence when the messages about her asking for sex and being flirty after she was allegedly raped were leaked to the press. Its a great reframe to be honest.

[–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (0 children)

"That’s not how feelings work, Mr. Murphy. They develop over time.”

Unfortunately, that is how the law works. You have to... you know... prove things.

“There’s no perfect victim, Mr. Murphy, and no perfect way to respond to being stalked. Sometimes you have to fight back a little bit…. I’m sorry if I wasn’t a perfect victim.”

There are no perfect victims, but there are fake victims. Prove to me you aren't one.

[–]digitalnomad5000 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Notice she has Problem Glasses.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (2 children)

It doesn't end there. Ever heard of "re-education" camps?

[–]moneyandsexislife 8 points8 points [recovered]

Schools, colleges, and jobs?

This post makes me want to double-check what preceded Congo.

Who's to say that the white knights and BPers don't get spontaneously, simultaneously pissed and turn on their masters?

[–]Rimeheart 5 points6 points  (3 children)

Funny, I got into an argument, on the internet, and the person felt threatened, despite the fact I never once attacked her as a person. While she attacked me as a person. I think I learned my lesson here never argue on the internet, especially with women.

[–]1independentmale 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Arguing on the Internet is like running in the special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still retarded.

[–]wont_tell_i_refuse 0 points1 point  (0 children)

To say nothing of arguing with women.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

So... a political prisoner then? Don't sink that low, Canada.

[–]swolebird 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Somebody should sic 4chan's Anon on them, so they understand what Internet harassment REALLY is.

[–]skoobled 6 points7 points  (1 child)

I can't understand why anyone Tweets. Seems a week doesn't go by without someone getting into hot water for choosing the wrong sequence of 140 characters

[–]rukiab 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeah, I stay off Twitter unless I am going to a conference mostly. I don't know the character limit, the fact that it is tied to your identity, with far less privacy, means in my opinion you really shouldn't post personal information on there. Though as time moves on we are losing sort of this narrative that the internet is a place for aliases, a place for anonymous discussion, and honestly for the most part that is better in some instances. I feel like people often disassociate the real world and the internet world.

Though personally I don't know I couldn't find any actual information on this case that wasn't steeped in bias, but no one actually posted the actual tweets. So it is hard to formulate an opinion, I feel like if there are threats involve that is vastly different than disagreeing with someone.

[–]bluedrygrass 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Yet somehow, according to some redpillers, "we shouldn't bother with politics, but live our life at the fullest and ignore them".

[–]Endorsed ContributorMentORPHEUS 13 points14 points  (4 children)

The ruling isn't until October 6. If he rules in favor of Mr. Elliot, then all of the handwringing is for naught. It doesn't look like a strong tangible case in favor of the women, and it might even leave open the possibility that he could sue them for actual damages.

[–]mstersmith 27 points28 points  (2 children)

Man was drug into court over words on the internet! Ya it is still a problem even if it is ruled in his favor.

[–]Endorsed ContributorMentORPHEUS 2 points3 points  (0 children)

If the ruling goes against the women, it sets a legal precedent that will make attorneys unwilling to take such cases to trial in the future. It also makes radfems look foolish in the court of world opinion.

[–]systemshock869 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I hope he doesn't hold back. Destroy those idiots.

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[–]ProudRedPill 11 points11 points [recovered]

This is seriously fucked up, absurd and a direct violation of Free Speech.

Red Pill enforces us to accept that the damage is already done and we need to accept it. But this? I can't even talk to a librarian without the thought that I could possibly harras them.

There will be a point where men won't take it anymore. I can already see it. People are starting to question it and even when I talk to people irl tell me they despise feminism.

[–]tygertiger 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Free Speech doesn't exist in Canada like it does in the USA. There is no First Amendment in Canada. Free expression is enshrined in Canadian law, but it doesn't cover "hate crimes", "hate language" etc.

[–]knuckelz 3 points4 points  (1 child)

To be fair, Canada doesn't have free speech. That's mostly unique to the US.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

free speech doesn't exist in Canada. It just doesn't. You could get arrested, laid off because you said something on the street, even if you were joking.

[–]damanx 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Any transcripts of said tweets? I'm noticing a severe lack of evidence for this case.

[–]1DRMMR76 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Do not try to see a feminists logic. That is impossible....only try to realize the truth.

They have no logic.

[–]1NV0K3R 4 points5 points  (0 children)

This is getting media attention due to the retardedness (read: Canada) of it.

He won't get jail time unless there is some "public concern" ie. he threatened them or something major. The prosecutor's attorney didn't even want to talk she knows how fucking dumb it is lol.

This wouldn't have even gotten this far in the American court.

Source: Lawyerfag friend.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Canadian feminism is the worst in the world

[–]cariboo_j 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The West is in the midst of it's own Cultural Revolution...

[–]lucidsleeper 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Feminism and freedom of speech seems to be contradictory ideologies. It has become more apparent lately with feminists attacking various people on social media and threatening legal or political action simply because they don't agree with someone's opinion. Oh how petty people have become, and how ignorant they are for supporting such a cancerous inhumane ideal.

[–]Riusakii 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Just another reason to stay off social media. Social media is for betas and women.

[–]Cloudkidd 2 points3 points  (0 children)

This is absurd. Feminist are far more violent than the men they hate.

[–]idonthaveacoolname13 4 points5 points  (0 children)

We live in a world of princess faggots. This trend will only get worse.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Sounds like it's going by summary conviction, so it's up to 6 months in prison, or a $5000.00 fine, or both.

Will probably just get a year's worth of probation (if convicted)

Still BS though

[–]IronMeltsinmyHands 1 point2 points  (0 children)

if the guy killed himself it's his own fault for bringing it on? Victim blaming.

And what else, disagreeing with femcunts is harassment?

do we really need any more reasons to bite the redpill?

[–]satanicpriest13 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This is the reason I'm off social media. I have a knack of getting into arguments and calling people out. And no one can track down satanicpriest13 from reddit.

[–]Dueperdue 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I saw someone mentioned Hammurabi's laws. I would take most of the sex-related stuff and put it into law IMMEDIATELY, while there is still something we can recover.

[–]1sardinemanR 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I guess Canada doesn't have free speech, but this is why people should maintain their privacy online. He used his real name and they knew who he was. If he had used a pseudonym, perhaps they'd still track him down but I bet it would have been harder and maybe they'd think it not worth the effort. Also they'd need to subpoena twitter and an ISP or two for the information, so it would take awhile.

Twitter in general is more for businesses to market themselves. It doesn't make much sense for regular individuals. I tried it out a bit and didn't see the point.

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[–]dark_prophet 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Is there the snapshot of these conversations anywhere? How can we see for ourselves what exactly happened there?

Canada doesn't have the free speech, so such ridiculous things happen.

I had been banned online for "trolling" few times on various boards for simply disagreeing with the predominant line of the conversation. Every time I carefully reviewed what I said, and stood by every word I said. People just can't tolerate opinions too different from theirs.

[–]Ninebythreeinch 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Welcome to the female privileged society liberal, progressive feminists have fought so hard for. Removal of free speech would be a great victory for them as they can say whatever they want and claim harassment if someone answers back.

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A lot of times on TRP I see things posted about current events and can see both sides as having understandable positions. For instance the other day when the video tape of that QB jacking that girl in the face, I didn't see that as rampant anti-man media rabies.

This on the other hand is just foul. This is just bald faced naked villainy. I consider myself to be a fairly impartial judge on current events and this is just not OK.

[–]brokenshelf 0 points1 point  (1 child)

This will only be interesting when a judgment is reached, and only if it goes against the man, if then. As it stands now, it's just another frivolous criminal complaint, not uncommon in the most countries.

Granted, it's hilarious and sad because it's a batshit feminist making the claims, but still. Let me know if it goes down in the worst way.

[–]throwawaymatthew 2 points3 points  (0 children)

the dude lost his job...over this shit, granted its just a job but at the end of the day he has had his name dragged through the mud.

[–]Spaceduck4000 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It would be interesting if someone built a small cage and locked these women up in it. Wouldn't be that different from what they are attempting to do , only difference is the state is not involved.

[–]Trisha_Hill 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Steph Guthrie and Heather Reilly

[–]Red_Suppository_Pill 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I don't believe that this story is real. I'm not being hyperbolic. I'll see you bandwagon-jumping fucks in a couple days when the facts come out.

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