False rape reports in US army up by 35% in 3 years

The Washington Times,  May 12, 2013 reports that a Pentagon study has shown false rape reports increasing almost 9 times the rate of increase in abuse reports:

QUOTE:

‘From 2009 to 2012, the number of sexual abuse reports rose from 3,244 to 3,374 — a 4 percent increase.

During the same period, the number of what the Pentagon calls “unfounded allegations” based on completed investigations of those reports rose from 331 to 444 — a 35 percent increase.

In 2012, there were 2,661 completed investigations, meaning that the 444 false complaints accounted for about 17 percent of all closed cases last year. False reports accounted for about 13 percent of closed cases in 2009.

Robert Maginnis, a retired Army officer and analyst at the Family Research Council, is writing a book for Regnery Publishing Inc. about the Pentagon’s push to put women in direct ground combat in the infantry, armor and special operations.

“In the course of conducting interviews with commanders, I heard time and again complaints about female service members making sex-related allegations which proved unfounded,” Mr. Maginnis said. “Not only do some women abuse the truth, but it also robs their commanders from more important, mission-related tasks.

“Female service members told me that some women invite problems which lead men on and then result in advances the woman can’t turn off. Too often, such female culpability leads to allegations of sexual contact, assault and then the women feign innocence.”

Comment:

“As in the hyped Indian rape crisis, the cause for the increase in assaults and false accusations of assault lies in ill-conceived laws put in place to satisfy the gender feminists’ need to have perfect equality with men, regardless of the dictates of nature or nurture.

See “Flawed new rape laws roils military justice system,” MacClatchey, Sept. 21, 2011 which reports on the crisis in military justice caused by a badly thought out law provoked by the rise in intimate contacts between men and women as they become more integrated in the army. In other words,  integration of the sexes has back-fired in ways gender feminists refuse to accept.

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“Six years ago, Congress tried cracking down on rape in the military. Prompted by disturbing reports of sexual assaults in military academies and war zones, lawmakers rewrote the rules. They wanted to protect victims and help prosecutors.

Now it’s clear that the effort backfired.

The politically attractive but poorly understood legal changes have incited courtroom confusion, judicial frustration and constitutional conflict. Extensive interviews and a McClatchy review of thousands of pages of court documents and internal studies find a congressionally caused crisis of military justice that few civilians know anything about.”

3 thoughts on “False rape reports in US army up by 35% in 3 years

  1. Quote
    “As in the hyped Indian rape crisis, the cause for the increase in assaults and false accusations of assault lies in ill-conceived laws put in place to satisfy the gender feminists’ need to have perfect equality with men, regardless of the dictates of nature or nurture.

    See “Flawed new rape laws roils military justice system,” MacClatchey, Sept. 21, 2011 which reports on the crisis in military justice caused by a badly thought out law provoked by the rise in intimate contacts between men and women as they become more integrated in the army. In other words, integration of the sexes has back-fired in ways gender feminists refuse to accept.
    End Quote

    I would only comment briefly on these two adjectives to illustrate a crucial philosophy that governs modernity: “ill-conceived laws” and “Flawed new rape laws”.

    Ex post facto, these adjectives are used to make recourse to the incompetency theory of statecraft governance to explain away absurdities after the fait accompli is seeded by pursuing the absurdity.

    To my mind, I suggest the conspiracy theory of statecraft governance instead of the incompetence theory pushed by erudite writers who love to play dissent with empire and are often greatly rewarded for it if they prove their worth either as very useful idiots, or as great assets.

    The conspiracy in fact synthesizes, fabricates, manufactures the pretexts upon which are based what is later simply explained away as “ill-conceived’, “Flawed”, etc. The latter is the same incompetency theory of statecraft that Ron Paul made recourse to throughout his distinguished career in Congress, like virtually all his other compatriots in the establishment on all sides of the House and political parties who played controlled dissent with the establishment while exactly retaining all the axioms and presuppositions intact. These scholars and political scientists most eruditely put the blame on the shortsightedness of US foreign policy because of which “they hate us” and “attacked us on 9/11″, just as an example. Indeed, Noam Chomsky wrote a whole book on this “incompetence theory” of US foreign policy to explain 9/11, titled 911 — which Lila has already referenced in her recent article on this website.

    Why do I call it conspiracy theory of statecraft governance? Since this is Lila’s private soapbox, I hesitate to write an entire article in this tiny comment space. Perhaps Lila might like to explain it herself in another one of her fantastic articles in detail.

    I would only briefly suggest here that the overarching agenda is to break the family unit. This can only be done by putting women out into the work force. And that is enabled by the women’s lib, women’s rights, and expanding feminism beyond motherhood. In fact, to everything else but motherhood. Why? Why break the family-unit? Because it is the biggest obstruction in planned populations, in the state owning the children, and the big brother state which controls everything, including “family values”. There is a method to this madness, this “ill-conceived”, this “flawed’, this “shortsightedness”, this “oops” ex post facto, etc. It takes an article to expand upon it. But watch 1984 and Brave New World where asexual reproduction is pushed in order that human populations cannot not only be controlled just as it is done for herd in protected preserves, but also genetically targeted for social utility as needed. The Agenda 21 implements that philosophy — but the useful idiots in our nations work assiduously in pushing the evil drama forward.

    Engineering that level of social control requires making the traditional family unit obsolete. Also read NSSM-200, sub-section titled “An Alternative View” to understand to what depraved length the Anglo-Saxon oligarchic mind is concerned with population reduction and how it has converted the subject of over-population to a threat to US National Security.

    There are many many multiply-connected factors behind these “ill-conceived laws” and “Flawed new rape laws”. The latest “oops” in the making can be read at Greatgameindia website on India’s Polio vaccination campaign ( greatgameindia.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/agenda-21-in-india-bribery-first-blackmail-later-bullets-at-last/ ).

    Bill Gates can be heard in his TED talk on Global Warming and Carbon Credits giving the real agenda away.

    The stage is being set for some writers at MacClatchey at a future date, after sterilization by vaccination has reduced India’s and China’s populations drastically by making entire generations infertile, to pen another article which will beat the same incompetency theory: “Flawed new vaccination laws”.

    None of that dystopia under construction for a global police state is fully realizable with the “family unit” intact and in charge of raising their own children. That means, to deprive the woman of any sense of motherhood as her first and primary responsibility as a woman. Equal rights and feminism and women’s lib etc., is the pretext to wrench it all away from her. Most women in the West have fallen for it. The conspirators hope that it would become a fait accompli before the woman wakes up. And I wonder how far behind is the East really?

    And that is the real danger to our societies at present — globalization of not just goods and services, but values; “ill-conceived” and “flawed” values that are thrust into law as part of the same globalization process!

    Unless the global conspiracy, the global agenda for primacy, theory of global governance is recognized for what it is, not just a “conspiracy theory” by fertile imaginations but actually documented in their own handwritings, the solution-space will always be based on the narrower “incompetency” theory. Misdiagnosing the problem can hardly lead to a correct cure protocol.

    I am sure you can do more and better justice to this topic Lila.

    Thanks.

    Best Regards,

    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

    comment for http://mindbodypolitic.com/2014/02/02/false-rape-reports-in-us-army-up-by-35-in-3-years/

  2. Hi Zahir,

    Thank you so much again for your thoughtful reminder of the conspiratorial frame-work.

    Obviously I agree with you fully that the ultimate source of such laws is an ideology crafted with MALEVOLENT intent by the foundation-funded think-tanks and research institutes.

    I’ve blogged as much repeatedly.

    I take for granted that regular readers of my writing know that I come from that perspective, as my frequent references to the Rothschild cartel, “color” revolutions, and so on, should indicate.

    I have been fully immersed in what is called “conspiracy theory” since 2003-04.

    So, my use of the word “flawed” in this article is a second-level analysis, intended to supplement that primary one and show how the individuals who push for these laws and frame them, even with the best…and sometimes not so good…intentions, need not be aware of the full import of what they do in order for their schemes to be perfectly in accord with the overarching thrust of the higher-level conspirators.

    I find it more persuasive to pursue this two-pronged analysis.

    I do call certain laws and practices flawed and short-sighted, because the cogs-in the-machine often are only acting in error and no more, although some-times some are more malevolent.

    But if I want to persuade other “cogs” of their failures, or if I want to convince still hypnotized readers of the validity of my other claims, this first level of argument must carry the day and must be irrefutable.

    So, at this level, and in a short blog post, I do argue that this or that policy is “flawed” and show that it has contradicted its stated goals. Without proof of malevolent intent on the part of the legislators, to do more would actually lose me the credibility I want to have in making arguments at a higher level.

    In my broader and longer pieces, where I have space to document my claims about higher-order conspirators, I certainly do NOT subscribe to the “flawed state-craft” school of thinking you talk about.

    Actually, I have roundly denounced it as a red herring.

    I will set up a separate page for my comments on other forums and you will see the line of my reasoning.

    First steps first.

    Remember, it is hard enough for many people to disabuse themselves of the media hypnosis at even the very elementary level…

  3. Thanks for noting the reminder — I am well aware that you already hold this view, which is why I left you the en passant.

    One comment on the “ooops” factor by those well-intentioned. That also happens and not all “oops” are always conspiratorial. Often cui bono is the gentle give-away however, but often only when one already understands the bigger agenda. Iran under Ayatollah Khomenini introduced Birth Control through a fatwa (I haven’t seen the fatwa myself, only read or heard about it), as the population of Iran had almost doubled from the time of the Shah by the time of this fatwa in the late 1980s. Well in the 2000s (I do not recall the year), the successor Ayatollah had to issue a new Fatwa encouraging families to have more children and not less children.

    According to the understanding given to me on this topic, the first fatwa on birth-control had been issued because of the fears of over-population and Iran not being able to feed itself under the Malthusian construct. (Not obvious how this fear was implanted in Iran under the Ayatollah, for he was always most wary of the Western agenda. But then again, he also fell victim to it in uncontrollably waging the eight-year war against Iraq — a war that was foisted by the West upon both the peoples of Iran and Iraq equally, and not just Iran alone which the people of Iran always tend to forget.)

    Anyway, After the birth rate among the Shia Muslims declined drastically, while the minority Sunni Muslims (aprox. 20% of Iranians) had ignored the fatwa and had concentrated on having more and more children (Sunni Muslims do not accept Fatwas from Shia theolegeans, and vice vera), the demographics of Iran suddenly started to change. The Sunni strategy, I imagine both intellectually and financially supported from somewhere, was to come to key positions of power in Iran through the change in demographic. All legal, nothing subvervise about it. In fact, it is the method that Palestinians have been employing to overwhelm their Israeli conquerers these past six decades. A most effective strategy! This strategy, and the declining birth-rate among the middle class in the Shia households, woke up the Iranian government to the folly of the previous “ill-conceievd” and “flawed” fatwa. Now the impetus in Iran is to encourage more children — but not unsurprisingly, the next generation of the middle class and upper middle class, those whose parents or themselves grew up under the directive of the first fatwa, don’t seem to be energetically inclined towards having more children. Career paths dominate in Iran as much as they do in the West. A more detailed study of this is of course necessary. This is just the anecdotal version.

    What this shows me however, is that “oops” cannot always be avoided — we are all human. But surely, as you put it: “that the ultimate source of such laws is an ideology crafted with MALEVOLENT intent by the foundation-funded think-tanks and research institutes.” can always be recognized and interdicted. No? Provided of course that the government machinary, its media, and its intellectuals, are not already co-opted into either silence, acquiesence, or actually putting down their signatures to their own enslavement.

    This is the real problem facting both India, Pakistan, and South East Asia. How to overcome our “assininity” which continually leads us to “oops” ex post facto?

    Ordinary people like you with great activist websites, including this noteable new one called greatgameindia run by Shelly Kasli, and perhaps may be a hundred more like these; and on Pakistan side there are even fewer, and none as noteworthy I am sure because I don’t even know their names, nevertheless I am sure some must exist, write our hearts and minds out on preventing future “oops” — to what avail? Thus I am at least delighted to see that an Advocate of India’s Supreme Court is among your readership and is not shy in leaving his designation in his comments. Bravo. Perhaps his next illumination would be to actually want to do something about these matters from his perch!

    Keep it up Lila. I came across this inspiring “Buddhist” style advice from a stellar Palestinian journalist, Ramzy Baroud, to young Palestinian activists and I just share this link with you in good cheer:

    Ten Principles to Guide the Young Activist:
    scoop.co.nz/stories/HL1401/S00105/ten-principles-to-guide-the-young-activist.htm

    Ramzy Baroud only forgot to mention that without the young activist also intimately learning the Art of War, Machiavelli, and the diabolical basis for the evolving tunes of the Mighty Wurlitzer, and wage a real struggle against the prime-movers rather than continually focussing on the foot-soldiers and trigger-pullers, that battle of Activism for justice will remain still-born!

    Thanks
    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

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