But all men are rapists!

The charity “sex for aid” scandal has been overblown, former International Development secretary Clare Short has said.

Ms Short said that the “hysterical response” to the coverage was “as though everyone working in development was morally disgusting, and everyone was sexually abusing everyone was way exaggerated and disproportionate”.

The – correct – statement than some men are, too many, is brushed away by he insistence that it’s all men who are dangerous to all women. That, if not actively, all men are at least potential rapists and society must be entirely changed.

When this is applied to one of their own they don’t like it, do they? It’s almost as if the corporal was right, they don’t like it up ’em.

9 comments on “But all men are rapists!

  1. As a practicing Catholic I well remember her coming to the defence of the many decent, caring priests I know who were swept up on tje paedophile abuse scandal of 15 years ago….

    Except I don’t do I! What goes around comes around and the aid agencies watched in amusement when it was happening g to those they didn’t like.

  2. So she thinks that the well being of Black and Brown women far away is less important than that of White middle class women closer to home?

    How about the White working class girls of Rotherham? What is her record there?

  3. Clare Short is all heart as the people of Montserrat, with their golden elephant, can readily testify.

  4. A truly monstrous woman – right up there with Ken Livingstone as one of the most grotesque politicians in our recent history. An accurate conclusion Tim, but hardly surprising – look at Murphy or Owen Jones – both have blocked more than 20,000 people on Twitter because their connection with some off the most monstrous regimes in human history has been openly mentioned and they simply cannot cope with that. To quote LT. Colonel Nathan Jessup:

    ‘You can’t handle the truth’

    And indeed they cannot….

  5. It may well have been overblown, but that is SOP these days. For once the usual suspects were on the receiving end. You can’t blame us for taking advantage.

    Your rules, applied to you.

  6. So perhaps someone should ask Clare Short at what point the level of sexual abuse of aid recipients moves from “overblown” to “unacceptable”.

  7. “That, if not actively, all men are at least potential rapists and society must be entirely changed.”

    The ‘Group A Group B trick’. I think I may have mentioned this before.

    “When this is applied to one of their own they don’t like it, do they?”

    Double standards on applying ‘the trick’ are not uncommon, either.

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