May 302016
 

Since today is Memorial Day, let’s remember how our servicemen are being treated such as how the military is using the excuse of “fighting sexual harassment” to avoid treating servicemen suffering from PTSD to how judges are ignoring the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act to deny servicemen their parental rights.  Our servicemen are putting their lives on the line for us, and those two cases are chilling examples of how our men in uniform are getting treated.

As we see with the example of servicemen getting denied PTSD treatment under the banner of “fighting sexual harassment”, mental heath issues are a big problem for servicemen.  The biggest mental health problem for servicemen is not PTSD or anything related to combat.  As I found on End Women’s Sufferage, it’s the wives of servicemen cheating on them:

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Active duty psychologists in the military are constantly dealing with servicemen having mental health problems due to their wives cheating on them while the servicemen are deployed.  The servicemen are deployed to hostile combat zones where they risk injury and death.  What are their wives doing as soon as they’re gone?  Cheating on them.  No wonder the servicemen are developing mental health disorders in such a situation.  This is so bad that servicemen with no history of mental health problems are developing mental health disorders.  It is so common that active duty psychologists are constantly dealing with this.

The psychologist above points out the vast amount of money being spent just because the wives of servicemen can’t stay faithful.  But, I’m more concerned about the servicemen themselves.  Servicemen have an unusually high suicide rate.  If their wives just kept their legs shut while they were deployed, the suicide rate for servicemen would be much lower.

Nov 222015
 

There’s an update in the Aaron Allmon case.  Before Sgt. Allmon’s trial, the maximum penalty was reduced to 15 years in prison from 130 years because it military judge recognized this as abusive charging.  The trial happened, and Sgt. Allmon will have to spend 30 days in jail and be reduced in rank to Staff Sgt.  He was acquitted of allmost all of the original charges.  Still the punishment that Sgt. Allmon received is absurd since he didn’t really do anything.

It turns out this is part of a larger pattern of how the military is treating our men in uniform suffering from PTSD and other combat related mental illnesses.  The military has been using the excuse of the actions of servicemen suffering from PTSD to prosecute, punish, and discharge them from the service rather than treat them.  So far the military has only been able to discharge servicemen suffering from PTSD who act out enough.  Given the existence of the false sexual harassment industry, the military now can use it against servicemen suffering from PTSD like Sgt. Allmon who don’t provice much of an excuse (or any excuse) for the military to discharge them.  Sgt. Allmon is the first example we know about where false sexual harassment charges were used against a serviceman with PTSD, but it is likely that there will be many others.

Nov 112015
 

Since today is Veterans’ Day, let’s talk about our men serving in the military, specifically the case of Tech Sgt. Aaron D. Allmon II.  He had served in Iraq and Afghanistan before being transferred to Minot Air Force Base. While deployed, he endured a spinal injury and ended up with PTSD due to what he witnessed. The PTSD also resulted in depression and nightmares. Allmon’s spinal injury also caused problems with his bladder.

While Allmon was at Minot AFB, he got accused of sexual harassment by multiple women.  In the first case, a woman accused him of hitting on her after Allmon got into a dispute with her over a work product.  The rest of the accusations are all women who say that Allmon did nothing but hit on them (and it looks like that didn’t even happen).  As absurd as that is, the reaction of top brass at Minot AFB is on a whole different level.  Their response was to try to court martial him where Allmon could face 130 years in prison.  Additionally, they tried to deny Allmon medical treatment.  They tried to block Allmon from getting a PTSD diagnosis because it would make him look sympathetic during the court martial.  They also tried to prevent Allmon from being transferred to other facilities for treatment.  Fortunately, this failed because it turned out Allmon needed emergency back surgery, and he got the surgery he needed.

This type of problem isn’t the only thing that men serving in the military need to worry about.  Family courts believe they can ignore the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act which requires a minimum 90 stay in civil cases for anyone serving in the military.  If we continue to treat our servicemen like this, pretty soon no man will choose to serve in the military for good reason.  Or we will end up with a military dictatorship when a general or generals decide that this sort of thing has to be stopped for the good of the country.

Jun 212014
 

I found this story about Matthew Hindes, a U.S. Navy submariner, who is facing contempt of court charges if he doesn’t show up in court on Monday for a custody case involving his ex-wife.  However, Hindes is currently deployed out to sea, so he can’t show up on Monday.  Because of situations like this, there is a law called the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, which requires a minimum 90 day stay in a civil case involving a person in military service.  The judge in this case has decided that she can just ignore the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act to hold Hindes in contempt of court.  The custody dispute involves Hindes’s daughter.  Currently, Hindes and his new wife have custody of his daughter because Hindes’s ex-wife neglected their daughter.  The judge has gone so far as to say that the daughter isn’t in the care of her father, but that isn’t true.  She is in her father’s care (and her stepmother’s care).  His job just happens to involve travel.  This case can set up a dangerous precedent where men in military service can lose custody of their children (or even something as simple as visitation rights) just because they’re deployed.  The same thing will happen during divorce proceedings.  Ex-wives of military men will know to challenge custody and visitation while their ex-husbands are deployed.  Women seeking to divorce their military husbands will also know to wait until their deployed.

This gave me an idea for a science fiction story or novel that takes place in the near future.  Men serving in the military en masse start experiencing divorces and losing custody of or visitation to their children because women know the best time to begin any type of civil proceedings is when a military man is deployed.  As men in the military come home from their deployments, they are promptly arrested for being in contempt of court for civil cases they had no knowledge about.  This creates a groundswell of distrust for the courts and the government in general in the military.  Men who would have otherwise joined the military choose not to because they don’t want to be arrested after a deployment.  Eventually a general or generals concerned that this situation is a threat to the security of the U.S. decide to overthrow the government and setup a military dictatorship.  The actions of these generals has widespread support among all of the lower ranks of the military since either they have been a victim of this situation and/or have several buddies who have.

Either that or the military is so weakened that a squad from ISIS takes over the U.S. in a weekend because no man is willing to fight to defend the U.S.

Jan 012013
 

Last month, there was no voting for an entitlement princess because there was someone so deserving that voting wasn’t necessary.  Last month’s winner was Lindsey Stone, a woman who went to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and took a picture of herself intentionally disrespecting the people buried there which she later posted to Facebook.  Such disrespect for the veterans who have served our country (who are mostly men) won her last month’s award by default.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month award can’t keep going without your support.  Remember to keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month voting for an entitlement princess resumes.  The first candidate submitted by The Rigorist for this month’s award is Lynette Lee, a woman from Claksville, TN, who made a false rape accusation against a man she met online.  Lee and this man met in person and went to a hotel to have sex, but Lee did not enjoy it so she decided to make a false rape accusation against him.

The second candidate who was submitted by The Rigorist is Tira Bland, a woman who had a child with her then husband, Terry Achane, a U.S. Army drill instructor.  Achane and Bland were having marital problems when Achane was ordered by the army to a new post in South Carolina, far away from their home in Texas.  At the time Bland was pregnant with their daughter and gave birth while she was in Texas and Achane was in South Carolina.  Because Bland “felt alone and abandoned” (despite having access to Achane’s paycheck and benefits from the army which covered her pregnancy and living expenses), she decided to give up their daughter for adoption without telling Achane.  (This story at least has a happy ending since Achane got his daughter back.)

Vote for one of the entitlement princesses in the poll below. Remember you are voting for the biggest entitlement princess, not necessarily the most evil woman or the most violent woman or the most insane woman or the biggest whore.

Who is your vote for the December 2012 Entitlement Princess Of The Month?

  • Tira Bland (80%, 66 Votes)
  • Lynette Lee (20%, 17 Votes)

Total Voters: 83

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Dec 012012
 

Last month, there was no voting for an entitlement princess because there was someone so deserving that voting wasn’t necessary.  That was Shidea N. Lane, the woman who verbally attacked and then physically attacked Cleveland bus driver, Artis Hughes, because he wouldn’t let her ride for free.  Even though she instigated everything, she still tried to paint herself as a victim.  This level of entitlement cause Lane to win last month’s award since her entitlement would be beyond any other potential candidates.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month award can’t keep going without your support.  Remember to keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month we have a similar situation as last month especially since this is related to Veterans Day which is in November.  This month’s winner is Lindsey Stone, a woman who went to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and posted this pic on her facebook:

It takes a true entitlement princess to disrespect our veterans in this manner (who are mostly MEN), so Lindsey Stone automatically gets this month’s award.  This photo sparked plenty of outrage.  Even her family was pissed at her.  She got fired from her job, taking care of the elderly, for taking this photo (probably because such a woman can’t be trusted with the elderly).

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