Have you heard of the #YesAllWomen hashtag? apparently it’s a thing. Twitter has been all aglow with it ever since Elliot Rodger went on a murder spree in Isla Vista before taking his own life. Apparently precious Snowflake, spawn of Hunger Games assistant director Peter Rodger, just wasn’t having any success with women (read: he was a socially deficient virgin), so he took his rage out on six innocent students from UC Santa Barbara.
Now, Rodger’s victims were both male and female. As a matter of fact, four of the six fatalities were men: Cheng Yuan “James” Hong, 20; George Chen, 19; and Weihan “David” Wang, 20, and Christopher Ross Michaels-Martinez, 20. Two women and Martinez were shot to death. The other three were fatally stabbed.
But despite the fact that Rodger killed more men than he did women, and used a knife in half the murders, feminists – or as I like to call them, The Vagina Warriors – appropriated the victimhood all for themselves. They started tossing around identity (and sexual plumbing) politics like it was cool. Rodger was the product of this country’s “rape culture.” “All women” have been harassed by men. #YesAllWomen are apparently victims. Because being a victim is cool. Being a victim makes you part of a club – a club of women whose entire identity is based on their perceived victimhood. And goddamit, if they weren’t victimized, they’re going to find a way to procure a victim status!
Except when it comes to this.
A photo of this shitbag – Jeremy Meeks – went viral last week, after the 30 year old convicted felon got arrested on five weapons-related charges and one gang-related one.
A handsome mug shot of a Northern California man arrested on felony weapons charges has gone viral on social media, attracting more than 33,000 “likes” and drawing comments praising his high cheek bones, chiseled face and striking blue eyes.
Jeremy Meeks, 30, a convicted felon, was arrested Wednesday on five weapons charges and one gang charge, according to Officer Joseph Silva, a spokesman for the Stockton Police Department.
And this was the reaction of thousands of women, who saw the photo and decided this foul piece of detritus was worthy of their lust. Worse yet, such feminist icons as Versace could be paying this bag of shit as much as $30,000 per month modeling for them, despite the gangland tattoos. One modeling agency even says that the teardrop tattoo (indicating this pig killed someone) is “edgy and sexy.”
Really! Sorry, but I find nothing edgy or sexy about a murderer. But then again, I’m not a member of the Sisterhood of the Golden Twat.
And then there’s this little tidbit from none other than Oprah, who has reportedly agreed to pay the felon’s $900,000 bail. Yeah, this is the same Oprah who banned the word “bitch” from her networks because SEXISM!
“Jeremy is so beautiful. He’s really one of the most gorgeous men I’ve ever seen.” Said Winfrey. “I saw his picture while I was checking my Twitter, and my heart skipped a beat. He is practically the definition of the word ‘sexy’.”
You know what happens when I check my Twitter feed and see that kind of shit? My lunch makes a repeat appearance – all over my keyboard.
So get this straight, folks:
- Rape is bad, unless it’s rape by a hot convicted felon with gang tattoos.
- Violent crime is bad, but forgivable when someone is so sexy.
- #YesAllWomen are victims, unless they want to be violated by a future fashion model.
Thanks for clearing that up, feminists.
UPDATE: A bit of good news. Apparently the story about Oprah posting bail for the shitbag above is a hoax.
The bogus report read: “The internet was abuzz this past week when a mug shot of accused arms dealer Jeremy Meeks hit the web, making women swoon and men jealous over his movie-star good looks.”
The original apparently appeared on something called Empire News – a satire site I’ve never heard of – but it was picked up by others. Thankfully that story turned out to be untrue! However, thousands and thousands of women are still creaming themselves over this guy. UGH!