The Rape of America

Discussion in 'Politics' started by peilthetraveler, Apr 7, 2010.


    Let's start by analyzing the mind of a rapist. His goal: Domination and absolute power, through any means necessary.

    His motivation: punishing another, degrading her, feeling superior and God-like. Making her feel like an object, nothing, a no-thing.

    What else propels him? Taking what he wants just because he wants it. Feeling the surge of power, the adrenaline rush, the thrill of stealing a piece of her.

    Anything else? Feeding primitive, twisted impulses; expressing sadistic needs; the savage excitement of subjugating and controlling another.

    Those most likely to rape? Someone who was sexually abused himself, an outsider, a person robbed of a normal childhood. A man who has carved an identity out of rage and envy and resentment. Someone who feels entitled to take whatever he wants.

    What fosters rape? Parents missing in action. A culture that thumbs its nose at God.

    And a society that minimizes crime, that even heralds certain criminals as heroes. (Some Black Panthers were rapists, yet they're revered as idols.) A culture where punishment is weak and politicians are moral cowards, fearful of the ACLU.

    What else? A media that celebrates debauchery, that entertains through degrading and objectifying. Popular rap songs and cool hip-hop artists whose words slice and dice women. Films where anything goes, where hot lesbian sex scenes are as omnipresent as those boneheaded authority figures.

    And the aftermath of rape? The destruction of something in the victim that will never return: a feeling of safety in the world, in her own body. The nightmare of being treated as an animal -- no, worse than this, since animals are now venerated. And from this nightmare she may never completely awaken.

    This, in a nutshell, is how rape works. But words alone can never capture the enormity, the horror, the soul-crushing evil of rape. And not only females can be victims; men and little boys are violated, with women, on rare occasions, as perpetrators.

    The word "rape" has an intriguing history. It originally denoted the violent seizure of property. I'm going to use the term in both the historic and modern sense to convey what is happening today.

    This country is being raped.

    It's no coincidence that the race for the presidency began with vile behavior against Hillary Clinton -- a high-tech wilding of sorts, with her body and sexuality defiled.

    But the abuse of Clinton was a walk in the park compared to what has been done to Sarah Palin. Because she's a conservative, and an attractive, younger woman, the debasement has progressed at a fever pitch.

    And just like in a gang rape, people who could have done something about it didn't. In fact, the liberal media and many Democrats have stood around watching, egging on the players.

    Can someone explain to me how the Democrats' complicity is any different from what happened a few months ago at Richmond High School? There, a gang of boys raped and beat a girl as a crowd not only snickered, but filmed the assault.

    We also have the economic rapes, the constant shrieks of "Gimme, gimme." Give me what you have because I want it. Whether it's the iPod torn from your ear, or a big chunk of your income, or your standard of living, no matter. I want it, I demand it, give it to me.

    Or the intrusions into our very bodies by ObamaCare's Biggest of Big Brothers. Our medical records, our personal information, our physician/patient relationship, our DNA -- they want it, so they will take it from us.

    And now that the Left has finally appropriated our health care and our student loans, our banks and newspapers and automobile companies, are they happy? Satisfied? Grateful, for God's sake?

    No, the mocking continues, the outright threats and the violence escalate. Suddenly conservatives are not simply opponents exercising First Amendment rights. We're delusional, crazy, violent, not quite human.

    This is what happens when miscreants get away with immoral behavior. In the criminal arena, when the bad guys are given a wink-wink, or a "boys will be boys," or, "He's a victim of white privilege," the perp becomes more emboldened. And he's even more contemptuous of a culture that lets him get away with, quite literally at times, murder.

    Still not convinced that what's going on is a Rape of America?

    What about the queering of children, our School Czar having a history of teaching kids about fisting and water sports? Or schoolchildren being subjected to graphic talks by transsexuals or transvestites or promoters of the sexuality du jour?

    What about forcing their way into young, impressionable minds, teaching them to hate? Like Palestinian children programmed to despise Israelis, our kids also learn animosity -- but toward America.

    Still not sure that the sexualization of children, the wilding of women, the looting of the economy, and the intrusions into our bodies constitute the Rape of America?

    I have one final piece of evidence. A majority of citizens are shouting "No," from the rooftops. No! to ObamaCare. No! to socialism. No! to trashing the Constitution.

    And yet, to Obama and the Left, the assertion of "No" does not matter. Smug and entitled, drunk with power and giddy when they see our fear, they take what they want anyway.
  2. Ricter


    You should be expressing these thoughts to a psychiatrist, perhaps one who volunteers through your church. You will not get any organization, overview, comprehension, or relief from the replies you get here. You may get some who agree, a mild connection, but that's not enough, not over the internet.
  3. March 23, 2010 New Polls Show Public Split On Health Reform
    A new USA Today/Gallup survey finds increased public support for the health care reform legislation that President Obama signed into law today.

    From a USA Today article on the poll:

    By 49%-40% those surveyed say it was "a good thing" rather than a bad one that Congress passed the bill. Half describe their reaction in positive terms, as "enthusiastic" or "pleased," while about four in 10 describe it in negative ways, as "disappointed" or "angry."
    The largest single group, 48%, calls the bill "a good first step" that should be followed by more action on health care. An additional 4% also have a favorable view, saying the bill makes the most important changes needed in the nation's health care system.
  4. I will be sure to tell the person who wrote this your thoughts. By the way...the person that wrote this is from berkley, one of the most liberal cities in the US. What does that tell you?
  5. Oh really? Well I guess we will see in november how true that is. But just like the article says...there are some people with that gang rape mentality where they cheer the rapists on and film it. You and your liberal buddies are just like that. Soon we will vote you all out and lets see how crazy you left wing nutjobs get.
  6. Ricter


    You should be using quotation marks then.
  7. You also could've just clicked the link and put 2 & 2 together. But nice to know the grammer police are alive and well.
  8. maxpi



    I've felt raped for a long time actually. Nobody ever achieves really deep penetration like the political left though... It drove me to become a better street fighter, better writer, and to hate working for a living. They can find you come tax time and that's just crazy... this culture is the biggest Kindergarten on earth, may it collapse gracefully... and may said collapse provide lots and lots of work for Mercenaries that hunt down liberals that brought on the disaster... besides, if there isn't a disaster all the government freebies are a good thing then...

    Trade well or die folks because WIN =Work is Nonprofit.. and money is second only to health when it comes to quality of life... well, actually there are a lot of things above money but without money, YOU WON'T HAVE THEM!!
  9. Ricter


    ^ Stupid.

    I don't click every link put in front of me, do you?

    If you have something to say, say it. If it's someone else's stuff, put quotes around it. It's not even so complicated as grammar, it's punctuation.

    Besides, is what was posted so very different, in content or style, from what peil writes? No.