How dare they stay silent?

As well as many others, I wish to add my fourpenny’s worth to the mounting scandal roaring around the head, as well as other body parts; of the rapist and sexual predator Harvey Weinstein: but not to add scorn on to the predator; but instead to roundly rebuke the literal dozens of young or now mid-aged stars and starlets for not speaking up! How dare they stay silent? How dare they allow this predator to continue his sexual ambushes of all and sundry, just because he was ‘powerful’? Just because his word could damn their careers? How dare they stay silent, when one word, one strong statement would have brought this grinning moron down upon his very knees, begging forgiveness from his victims?

All my long life, I have lived with one frame of mind when dealing with the outside world; and that frame can be compressed into a single statement: ALL BULLIES ARE COWARDS! I have stood up against threats of physical duress, I have faced down so-called important men because I knew I was in the right; I have gone to bat for my eldest son when he was bullied to the point where he was so scared he was refusing to go to school; I even took on the might of a Council because actions and delays to implementation of certain aids which involved my wife’s well-being were being threatened by the bullying beliefs of a minor Council official: that particular clown was fired within days of my first and second e-mails to very senior Council officials.

Some may well argue that I can think like that because I am a man. Rubbish, you stand up for your beliefs, your principles and you never, ever, stay silent because, well, its easier and there is comfort in silence. No, the likes of the Obamas, of Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow, of Rose McGowan and of many, many more who, by either by their silence of the knowledge of this predator’s activities, or the many unsaid rumours complacently overlooked, betrayed the women who were later, over some three decades, attacked, assaulted and demeaned by this bullying bastard.

And before some of the readers of this post point towards the President of the United States as an example of sexual predation, I would answer with a single question in return: Show me the proof, point to the court cases levelled; and then I might listen.

3 comments for “How dare they stay silent?

  1. October 15, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    This Weinstein bizzo is getting out of hand. Accusations have been made but where is the testing of evidence and the corroborations in a court? When ever a famous (infamous) man is accused there follows a long line of ‘victims’ all wanting to get in on the act. Stories are told and dirt thrown.

    I have little doubt that Hollywood and the adjacent ‘entertainment’ industry with its near-nekked ‘divas’ all strutting their stuff and screetching lewdness in 3.5 minute ‘songs’ are cesspits of depravity and evil. I have little doubt that Weinstein is a walking sin. But that little doubt is enough when a man is presumed innocent until found guilty by a jury. Even then….

  2. John in cheshire
    October 15, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    Mike, he seems to have followed in the steps of Roman Polanski and fled American justice; no doubt he’ll eventually turn up in Tel Aviv.
    I think he’s the fall guy thrown to the wolves, knowing nothing will happen to him, to divert attention away from the Satanists and Paedophile/pederasts because investigations are getting too close for comfort.

  3. Mudplugger
    October 15, 2017 at 9:18 pm

    Since time immemorial, young women seeking advancement have known that they possess the means to acquire influence over men of power, just as men of power have known that they can use that to acquire influence over women. Hollywood is only a magnified example of most other walks of life.

    Behind all the current Weinstein hysteria-hype is nothing more than the reflection of mutual self-interest – all the parties knew exactly what they were doing and why they were doing it.
    To attempt to revisit those scenes, with their newly-found morality and their undergarment now firmly in place, is hypocrisy of the highest order.

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