Genealogy Chart Part II.
Genealogy Chart Part II.
See the following points. I maintain that in domestic cases (which this is to any intelligent person, if you think it is ‘extortion’, you are quite bluntly, an imbecile) the courts will always side with the female irrespective of the actual circumstances:
“10. Female privilege is being able to divorce your spouse when your marriage is no longer working because you know you will most likely be granted custody of your children.”
“11. Female privilege is being able to call the police in a domestic dispute knowing they will take your side. Female privilege is not having your gender work against where police are involved.”
1. Female privilege is being able to walk down the street at night without people crossing the street because they’re automatically afraid of you.
2. Female privilege is being able to approach someone and ask them out without being labeled “creepy.”
3. Female privilege is being able to get drunk and have sex without being considered a rapist. Female privilege is being able to engage in the same action as another person but be considered the innocent party by default.
4. Female privilege is being able to turn on the TV and see yourself represented in a positive way. Female privilege is shows like King of Queens and Everybody Loves Raymond where women are portrayed as attractive, competent people while men are shown as ugly, lazy slobs.
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5. Female privilege is the idea that women and children should be the first rescued from any sort…
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America’s incarnations rate doesn’t just affect Bill White or even other inmates – every single American is paying to have people sent to prison for what are nothing more than misdemeanors in rational countries. In the case of Bill, it’s costing you thousands to prevent him from…. using the internet…!????
As I have said before, the current divorce shenanigans would have been given nothing more than counseling in normal countries, and this maudlin claptrap would never have been classified as ‘extortion’.
“It wasn’t easy to pick this topic, but I believe that America’s 40-year policy of mass incarceration is deeply unethical, not very effective, and promotes the security of the few at the expense of the many.
It’s hard for me, as a person who was born into privilege, to imagine the challenges convicted criminals face, often for crimes that are utterly non-violent.
If you’re feeling like you want to do something about this, I’m mostly just making this video as an informational resource and to encourage people to think of felons not as bad, scary people but just as people.
The people at The Prison Policy Initiative were very helpful in the creation of this video and if you want to learn more about their work and how to get involved go to http://www.prisonpolicy.org”
I have a large selection of documents from Bill to put online, including a large assortment of genealogy charts and notes from Serpents Blood.
It’s going to take a while to upload all these, so I’ll start at the beginning with the big genealogy chart on descent from the Gods (download below).
I’m getting bored with the blog layout too, so I’ve given you some music to listen whilst reading.
NB: The Orlando Sentinel which is currently ‘covering’ Bill is cited in the PDF as one of the worst perpetrators of ‘mob journalism’ being used to convict the innocent:
” They didn’t get it from the press, which instead threw gasoline on the fire. It was mob
journalism at its most incendiary, and the worst offender was the biggest newspaper in
the region, the Orlando Sentinel.”
“The media has won deserved credit for its role in exposing wrongful convictions,” The Crime Report says. “But there are many examples of compliant coverage of prosecutors and law enforcement authorities who rush to convict the innocent on flimsy or phony evidence.”
To prove its point, the web site has published a study by crime journalist David J. Krajicek that focuses on three examples — the 1949 case of Florida’s “Groveland Four”; the conviction of Kirk Bloodsworth in the 1985 rape and murder of a 9-year-old girl near Baltimore; and the conviction of Walter McMillian for the 1986 murder of a clerk in Monroeville, Ala.
All three cases are good examples of how the news media frequently follow — and sometimes lead — police and prosecutors down the rabbit hole of bias and tunnel vision. You can read the excellent study here.