Last week at The Spearhead I talked about why Dominique Strauss-Kahn shouldn’t be assumed to be guilty of rape just because of his politics or his career (banking) or his (now former) job (IMF director). Over the last week I have found even worse reasons that people are assuming DSK is guilty of rape. At this link they’re positively giddy about declaring DSK guilty without knowing any of the facts simply because of his job, career, and politics, and I suspect because DSK is Jewish.
If you thought that was bad, Henry Makow’s reason for declaring DSK guilty is the worst yet. According to Makow, DSK is guilty because he’s a member of the Illuminati, and the Illuminati sexual deviants. No thinking person should assume DSK is guilty because of claims that DSK is part of an organization that does not exist. I suppose this shouldn’t be surprising since Henry Makow has before turned into a total white knight when a woman made (what was most likely false) abuse allegations against her father because she accused her father of being an Illuminati. Usually I find Makow’s written diarrhea to be a joke. This time I’m disgusted by it because this is even worse than guilty until proven innocent that is typically seen in rape accusations. It’s guilty based on conspiracy theory.
What’s bothered me about the whole DSK rape case is that people who are other anti-feminist (or supposedly anti-feminist) throw their anti-feminism out the window to declare DSK guilty because of some meaningless reason. Most of these people aren’t truly anti-feminist at all, or their anti-feminism is only skin deep. This is one reason why there has been little progress in combating feminism.