93 Year Old American Men Teased, Arrested & Persecuted by 23 Year Old American Women
March 26, 2008 at 11:49 am · Filed under Vox Populi
When the Spitzer scandal was in the news, I noted how Spitzer had been the puppet of anti-sex feminists and was possibly “acting out” in resistance to his subordinate position to them. Then I noted that it was dangerous for America when politicians have to pay so much money for sex and I asked why politicians could no longer get sex for free (answer: because both the right wing and left wing politicians surround themselves with feminists).
(It's like I always said,feminism has two wings and this confirms it.)
But while such serious analysis of the Spitzer scandal was published on blogs, the unserious rag New York Times went into overdrive trying to spin the anti-male-sex-drive feminist agenda. In a one-sided article begging the federal government to regulate prostitutioninside state lines, the feminist eunuch puppet Nicholas Kristoff mimics the way Spitzer himself used to talk when he says that Spitzer's whore was apparently privileged unlike the proverbial teenage runaways who are victims of black inner-city pimps. Because Kristoff never directly mentions that the pimping of runaways is apparently a black inner city phenomenon, one would be led to believe that white teenagers are readily available for sex to sex-starved middle class males across the United States.
Kristoff mentions that there is now some sort of law moving through Congress (it apparently passed the House with the typical vote of 405 idiots vs Ron Paul) that would federally regulate prostitution (now misleadingly described as sex trafficking). Eunuch Gary Bauer of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) apparently wants the Christian evangelist “movement” to work hand in hand with the NOW to make sure the feds have more power than ever via this law, the name of which Kristoff and/or the New York Times editors failed to mention in his article.
(More proof that the church is a whore of the matriarchy and anti-male. This also shows why I'm a big Ron Paul fan.)
Why would Kristoff and the New York Times leave the name of the proposed law out of the above article?
Could it be that they are trying, as they have sucessfully done in the past with VAWA and IMBRA, to help get something ram-rodded through Congress without debate over its Constitutionality?
Mention is made in Kristoff's article of how Sweden should be the model for the USA in that Sweden has a federal law where it is legal for a woman to be a prostitute but it is ILLEGAL for a man to want to be her customer. In Sweden, gorgeous young female policewomen carry out sting operations where they try to ruin the lives of older more successful males; the patriarchy.
In saying that the US should be as feminist as Sweden and have a federal law criminalizing being a john…is Kristoff trying to make some kind of joke? Apparently not. He is seriously auditioning to sing in the Castrati Choir which is where Spitzer sang when he was governor of New York.
(That is all the church has been throughout the ages and that it is full of castrati and the dominatrixes that abuse them)
Believe me, Swedish men do not consider their anti-male law fair and men in neighboring countries have made sure their politicians are warned not to vote for something similar in their parliaments. Last year, Finland and Estonia outlawed sex trafficking but defined it as having sex with a prostitute against her will or if she was mentally retarded. The Finnish feminists were furious that the law was changed at the last second to define sex trafficking as being against the will of the prostitute.
Would it be that the US Congress dared to even define sex trafficking.
Except for Sweden, Saudi Arabia and the USA, there is plenty of freedom for men in this world to buy time with a woman at least to try to talk her out of being a prostitute. I know plenty of men who have paid a prostitute for the chance to try to talk her out of being one. Some ugly men have to pay for sex and I don’t blame them on that either. Prostitution is a big business in American strip clubs where, in regions like the south and northwest, American coeds decide which guys are allowed to be their customers. Wherever it is clamped down upon in the US, the oldest profession just pops right back up again in the next county. It cannot be stopped.
Federal anti-male laws that criminalize men for being weak, curious or for wanting to talk with a woman are just not acceptable from a country that thinks it deserves to remain a world power.
This leads us to the focus of this article: In Florida, two 93 year old males were recently arrested because beautiful young female plain-clothes policewomen had indicated they were available to them and they were lonely and took the bait.
The journalists, who reported on these 93 year old men, never mentioned if the men had served their country in World War Two or Korea, fighting against fascism and socialism. The journalists never mentioned that, for 6000 years, prostitution might have been made illegal or legal, but never were men arrested for just being would-be customers. This is typical of the US media…they pretend that their progressive views are more natural than the views of 6000 years worth of various civilizations including superpowers like the Assyrians, Babylonians, Parthians, Goths, Persians and Greeks.
The US media don't even bother comparing their latest legislative accomplishments with the history of matriarchal Celtic societies.
If a woman-run society like the USA wants to criminalize prostitution, then arrest the prostitutes and the pimps, but leave out sting operations where men are entrapped. Entrapment is defined as where a reasonable temptation is presented.
Men can tell if a woman has prostituted herself dozens or hundreds of times. This makes her very undesirable. Conversely, men can tell if a woman is an amateur who has never prostituted herself and this would cause fascination at the very least if she seems to be acting like she is a prostitute. This is the effect that a gorgeous young policewoman would have if she acted as a decoy. She would be presenting a level of quality that does not really exist in the real sex business. Heck, if men knew a woman was a cop, she would be that much more attractive for flirting with them.
(I don't know of any men who are turned on by some amazon bull dyke look alike unless these "men" like the idea of being cuffed and things shoved up thier asses or like being dominated by women.)
Keep in mind that most prostitutes are ugly and/or lower class and/or underprivileged non-whites. It is for this reason that most middle class white American males would never consider touching a prostitute. We are scared of disease first and foremost. Even on the Turkish Riviera, where US and British feminists pretend exists a burgeoning sex slave market, the Ukrainian prostitutes are all chain smokers who are extraordinarily undesirable (and are thus probably not there involuntarily).
(No,most guys don't because of some stigma put there by women and the church,putting it down,much like Jim is doing. What Jim forgets is that most men like a return on their investment and a kiss on the cheek or a handshake after buying her dinner and drinks just isn't going to cut it.)
Imagine, however, a middle-aged man out on a date with a clean-smelling middle-class American college coed who surprisingly and amateurishly tells him after dinner that going further will cost him $200 and she's never done this before…I can guarantee that 95% of the men in that scenario would consider the proposition. Marc Rudov wouldn't have gotten his start criticizing men for buying their girlfriends and wives, if it were not true that most men are, in fact, willing to pay for sex. Prostitution, in theory, would be as natural as breathing. Humans just want it to be done discretely.
(No,western society wants to stamp it out. The fact that it is discreet is because the matriarchy may not know of that particular location for prostitution but if it does it will move against it.)
Stopping the entrapment of males by attractive young sex police should be a top 10 priority for the Men's Rights Movement.
Whereas the courts have successfully argued that those men caught on To Catch a Predator could not claim that sex with a minor under 16 was a reasonable temptation, it would be horrifying to see the Supreme Court claim that a 93 year old man should not consider it a temptation for a buxom 23 year old woman to offer to let him touch her for $20 (I assume a 93 year old man could not do much other than that).
(The courts are part of the cop's hustle on this and they make money off it too. If not in court costs and fines then attorney fees. This is the only reason poltically correct courts do this,they don't give a fuck about justice because if they did they would punish female offenders just as harshly as male offenders)
If a gorgeous American policewoman told me that I could touch her for $20, and I did so and got arrested, I would have to dedicate my life to getting those arrested who created those laws and the officer arrested and charged with entrapment. Other countries and their media should consider shaming American men into finally standing up for themselves.
(Sadly that is how most American men are motivated to standing up for themselves. They don't do it because to let a bully get away with her abuse only invites further abuse and they don't do it to make the society they live in a better place either. If this type of "man" were around when Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union were still going strong we would be living under their systems right now.)
After living in so many other countries with more freedom, I would be so shocked and outraged at even having my name smudged for doing something as natural as breathing with someone else and then watching a government get involved in the relationship. It simply must not be a crime to be a male and be willing to pay for a date or for any kind of social interaction, which is what men do all the time anyway. The female police officers who arrested what are possibly World War Two veterans should have been the ones who were arrested in the Florida sting operation. Where are the names of these offending police officers in those reports?
We have a right to know their names.