Monday, 24 November 2014

If you cannot answer this question correctly, are you a feminazi, a feminazi apologist, or the jury who convicted Ched Evans?

When he came to pass sentence the judge said: ".... [the complainant] was in no position to form a capacity to consent to sexual intercourse, and you, when you arrived, must have realised that."

That accurately reflected the way in which the verdict should be interpreted. 

The judges involved were:

  • Lord Chief Justice Judge
  • Justice Mitting 
  • Justice Griffith Williams
  • Judge Merfyn Hughes QC
Judge Merfyn Hughes was Labour Party candidate Caernarfon 1979. This would be the same party as the former Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer a Labour Party supporter who hopes to become a Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras.

Keir Starmer was the one who initiated the policy of favouring the accuser - female - at the expense of the defendant - male, and started the ball that is "Victim's Law" rolling.

The Labour Party is a party that promotes feminism. Lord Glasman, a Labour Peer, had his career destroyed by the feminazis of the Labour Party when he proposed policies these women found offensive and alarming.

Last month Labour Justice spokeswoman Helen Goodman circulated a critique of Blue Labour to all members of the Parliamentary Labour Party in which she claimed, "[Glasman] characterises as female all the aspects of New Labour he dislikes, whereas all the characteristics he applauds he draws as male. It looks more like something suitable for the psychotherapists' couch than a political tract."

What are we to make of their judgment?

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