|Carl von Clausewitz|
Since there are apparently insufficient incidents to prove up their case, the radicals must invent them. For some time we’ve seen cases of faked racist affronts like a noose on a door or an epithet scratched on a car. The Tawana Brawley case (link) was an early one, in which noted race hustler and Obama pal Al Sharpton helped invent and sensationalize a story of a gang rape of a black girl by white men as a strategic tool in his quest for power, fame, and of course wealth. The Duke Lacrosse False Rape Persecution (link) is another well-known example. All the while, rape accusations against non-white males, or actual statistics about the racial makeup of convicted rapists, are played down or ignored completely as they do not fit the political purpose behind the Big Lie.
Lately we’ve seen a rash of allegations that have all the indications of hoaxes. With fake rape claims, for example, the alleged attack was usually long ago and the supposed victim did not seek medical attention and did not report the attack it to the police, because of course to do so would have revealed the absence of evidence. So all that exists presently is the naked accusation, floating in the air untethered to any disprovable "fact."
Now we have the fantastical claim, hyped in the ultraliberal Rolling Stone magazine, from an anonymous woman that two years ago she was brutally gang raped at a University of Virginia fraternity party, where much of the assault occurred on the broken shards of a shattered glass table top. Yet she did not seek any medical attention, let alone call the police. This serious accusation was published based solely on the nameless woman’s story without any verification of a single detail. In response to this most dubious allegation, the woman running the university saw a good excuse if ever there was one and promptly shut down all fraternity activity there. Clausewitz would certainly recognize the age-old military tactic – create a fake incident that justifies to a gullible public more power for you.
We also have the equally suspicious recent claim by ultraliberal pop culture icon-of-the-moment, one Lena Dunham, that she was raped years ago in college by a white male, only vaguely identified so no male in actual existence can refute the claim. No police report, no medical evidence. And not leaving anything to chance, she identifies her supposed attacker specifically as a Republican. Oh how convenient. Finally, at the University of Chicago I am sad to note, recently a student was so distraught that insufficient attention was being paid to the racism he felt all around him that he anonymously (or so he thought) posted racist comments at another student’s website page to prove it exists.
Initially the supporters of the Big Lie smear any doubters, those who search for objective truth, as "rape apologists." I have read that one Amanda Marcotte, an apparent radical liberal who writes for a website named Slate, recently wrote that “rape denialism is like Holocaust denialism,” in obvious ignorance of the central theme of the widely acclaimed, landmark novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Then invariably when the lies fall apart defenders rush to assert the risible “fake but accurate” defense – that the event was “truthy” even if untrue. Thus so-called social justice warriors must invent fake rapes by white men to prove that the campus "rape culture" exists, all to further their own vanity and reach for power while permanently damaging innocent lives and reputations in the process.