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Thank the stars for the age of technology and data, otherwise there'd be no way he would have managed to get out of this one. In fact, if it weren't for data, none of us would have woken up in the first place. Information and the internet has given us far more knowledge of men, women and intersexual dynamics than at any other point in human history.

The bigger question is -- are those 2 girls going to be charged and punished? In fact, their faces are not being shown, while he has to defend himself on live TV. He seems to hold his frame very well given what's happened to him. Hopefully the university won't expel him (most academia just wants to keep their hands clean at any cost).

And as you can see in the comments, not a single woman's come out to condemn the whole incident. It's all from men.

In particular, you watch any kind of videos about women, the comments section shows you one thing -- people are in fact quite well aware of the hard truths of life, TRP and relationships more than we expect, but it's only Youtube's anonymity that allows them to say it publicly. And nearly all the women in the comments stop with claiming "Not all women are like that".

And another lesson, even more than the woman you have your eyes on (or vice versa), it's the women next to her whom you should be scared of. If you have any inkling that her friends don't like you, or secretly want to be in her place, you've gotta be careful -- in this case it was her friend who reported the guy. Women do a lot of passive aggressive competition, sabotaging and Machevilian games with each other even in very close relationships (as a guy with a large extended family, consisting of 75% women, I can vouch for the fact that relationships between women are outwardly more intense, but also quite fickle, jealous and tempestuous). It's yet another reason why women give each other bad relationship advice in general.

When a question is pointedly asked by women as to what men to stop themselves from getting assaulted, while women have to do so much (in the usual dismissive tone reserved for men's concerns), the answer is -- a lot in fact. And especially with the culture of accusations that can't be proven or disproven and the potential of accusation rape (oh yeah, that IS rape because of what it can do), men are being very cautious indeed. When my neighbour insists that his wife or daughter accompany him to drop off her friend or her daughter's friends at their places, I know what's on his mind. When my dad tells me never to get within 4 feet of any woman at work, I get it. Hell, I myself remember the time when I had a secret recorder running 24x7 inside my PC buried underneath at least 30 other open apps to keep myself safe from my (now divorced) ex, and backed up the recording every night on google drive and cleaned out my hard drive to avoid discovery, cause once in a fit of rage, she threatened me that she'll lie to our families, and there'd be no way to prove my story.

All in all, the ability to read non-verbal communication and figure out what the person in front of you might really be feeling about you is an extremely valuable skill set. When a woman's emotions turn against you, there's literally nothing she won't do to win. An ability to sense her emotional state (or even the ones of the women next to her) and read a potential threat can get you out of a lot of trouble before it happens. Sometimes, when facing an enemy, whether on the battlefield or the college library, you have only seconds to act.

"... The woman's roommate said she often used alcohol and marijuana and described her behavior to Gamino as "out of control"..."

EDIT : Someone informed down that the university kicked him out and he had to put up a $100,000 bail to get out.

Moral : As a man, you alone are responsible for your safety. Be careful and keep crazies far away. Ignorance is no longer an excuse. Just like high level sports, you can't get away claiming that you didn't know what was in your food. You know you value yourself when you go from chasing women to filtering them.

And EDIT 2 Moral #2 : Women weaponize sex all the time.

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[–]russian_nigger 161 points162 points  (2 children)

"hoes get horny, niggaz die" - 2pac

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[–]ProFriendZoner 71 points72 points  (4 children)

Wait ... why do we know the victims name but not the perpetrator?

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 70 points71 points  (1 child)

Because protection is nothing to do with victim and perpetrator and everything to do with special treatment for women.

[–]CensorThis111 6 points7 points  (0 children)

When facts need trigger warnings.

[–]giantsrocker 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Here you go. Dont want to post the name for legal.purpose but the news did the job. Check her facebook pics. She doesnt look like a victim. This is all very fucked up.

Also, her pubic eyebrows are deadly.

[–]universalabundance1 130 points131 points  (41 children)

And if he wasn't able to find that video? Would he have been fucked?

Guilty until proven innocent?

And what about the girl who accused him? What happened to her?

[–]obi2kanobi 128 points129 points  (26 children)

Same like that 9 year old kid recently with his mother at a NYC bodega. His school backpack brushed some womans ass. She pitched a fit, screams sexual assault, calls the cops. If it wasn't for the "clear as day" video of that moment, that poor kid would have been totally screwed.

And nothing came of it. The woman ultimately had to apologize (prob due to all bad press), the kid and his mom accepted it (prob to minimize the trauma and just get on with their lives). This one didn't get nearly the press coverage it deserved.

[–]TheRealShafron 32 points33 points  (2 children)

The kid actually did not accept her apology.

[–]SKRedPill[S] 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Good for him. He's already learning to not accept BS.

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

Good. Time to start calling these fucking women out. Sanity will never return to the west until women are on their knees in a submissive state.

[–]Bruchibre 29 points30 points  (21 children)

Wow do you have a link to that story? A 9yo kid?

[–]21alx 25 points26 points  (20 children)

Just search on the web "9 year old kid sexual assault", there are a lot of posts.

[–]SKRedPill[S] 54 points55 points  (17 children)

Dang, I just saw it now. Total BS. First of all, it's a 9 year old kid. Second, the boy has to move out of the way because two ladies are walking down the aisle. He has no option as he's out of space. His backpack touches her as he goes on. She then looks up and shit happens...

And third, he's black. Looking at the way things unfolded, in this case there's racism in there for sure.

The worst (and funniest) part is that after claiming a child assaulted her, she even claimed she was a police officer, which she was not (impersonating a police officer is a crime btw). She didn't really make that 911 phone call either, it was all for attention. You know what, that is some serious brain damage. Ok, I agree not everyone's this retarded, but today's society has given power to anyone to accuse, regardless of how dumb they are.

Meanwhile there's a funny video of a 1 year old infant on a stroller accidentally patting a woman's butt next to him. I hope that 30 years later, that's not metoo...

[–]obi2kanobi 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Wow, I wasn't aware she faked the 911 call. Pure evil....

"Not only that, but a brilliant local journalist Zainab Iqbal, found out that she never even called 911. She just did all of this to harass and humiliate this young Black family. This can’t be allowed. We have to bring an end to this behavior. She scarred this family, causing the two little kids to think they were about to be arrested for nothing whatsoever."

[–]StuLax18 1 point2 points  (2 children)

I've had someone tell me she was a police officer as well (after telling me she was a lawyer, which was true). She showed up at night about some BS. Got her license plate when she wouldn't tell me who she was and called the neighborhood patrol officer so he could look her up. I told him about her saying she was a cop, but he said it would take more than that. I think she would have to commit a crime. So maybe saying I'm a cop I need to come inside your house and then stealing something would work.

[–]maxrp 0 points1 point  (1 child)

where is the line drawn on the cop thing, like if they showed a fake badge or uniform?