Wednesday, 18 May 2011
You Wanna Read Some Fail?
Well, do you? Because if you do, Neil Macdonald, senior Washington corespondent of the CBC has got a big, huge, steaming, sweating, dirty, leaking, reeking pile of fail for you to read right here. He's written a little article in defense of the poor IMF rapist a.k.a. Dominique Strauss-Kahn a.k.a DSK. Basically, his gripe is, y'know it's important to protect the identities of rape victims but what about the accused rapists? Why not protect their names until they're proven guilty? Poor DSK, you know because of this, he might never be president of France? Oh, what a shame for him! And Neil seems to think we're doing him a great injustice, as the public just looooves to see people of high status fall. Like DSK is completely innocent of malice, just made a bad decision and we're vulturing around him, waiting for the carcass to stop twitching. What utter bullshit. This guy is a rapist. At least twice over, from what I understand. And we're supposed to feel sorry for him? For what he's lost? For the way the media portrays him? I just can't believe the turn this is taking. This guy should have been locked up a long time ago. I hope that they somehow nail him to the wall. Although slimy rich jerks like him usually manage to get off without a hitch. Didn't I hear he's retained Michael Jacksons' lawyer? Yeah, thought so. And listen to Neil talk about Sean Lanigan. Fine, but let's not forget that he's the exception to a very ugly rule. This almost reeks worse than victim blaming. I'm very disappointed in Neil Macdonald for writing this pile of horse shit, and I'm even more displeased with the CBC than usual for letting it be published online. For anyone that denies the rape culture is real, there's your fucking proof.