12/11/2014 Jonathan Taylor

Videos: interviewed by KBYR Radio on due process and rape hysteria in academia

Recently, I had the honor of being invited twice onto KBYR Radio to speak about due process, rape hysteria, and the recent rape hoax at the University of Virginia. I was first interviewed by Brendon Berger and Sam Moore on their Saturday segment for their show “The Establishment,” and then the following Tuesday on the Michael Dukes morning show.

Both interviews were great, but I especially recommend the first one (“The Establishment” show); not only was the sound quality much better, we were also able to cover a lot more ground and address a lot of the fundamental issues regarding due process.

Enjoy.

Interview One:

“The Establishment” with Brendon Berger and Sam Moore

At the bottom of this post is a list of some of the sources in this video.

Interview Two:

The Michael Dukes Show

 

Notes to video one:

 

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Comments (6)

  1. Reality Sets In

    Jonathan, I think you touched it briefly with feminist tactics, but what about the psychology they use to push their argument? It would be a good idea to get a psychologist (or psychology major) to point out the way in which they manipulate arguments. It would also help to have someone in the sociology field point out the levers they use against men, i.e. our conditioning on how we should treat women, etc… I see a lot of what I would call emotional blackmail, which is if you come to a different conclusion about equality than I you must be a misogynist (rape apologist, chauvinist, etc…) Feminism is most definitely not about equality, because it’s a power play. I believe in equality under the law. Taking down the patriarchy is code for taking down men. Misandry is alive and well.

     
    • I agree entirely. Psychology is a field full of feminists! I’ll be reaching out to a lot of new people in 2015 – including more people in academia. I don’t think people need a psychology degree to point out feminist bs, but it will certainly help.

       
      • Reality Sets In

        Seeing as feminists have been perfecting their tactics for over a hundred years. If you could expose their playbook, that in itself would be a victory in the pursuit of true equality. I wish you luck and good fortune in the new year.

         
        • Thanks! Feminists do have a big head start. If we can all act as a team in behalf of men and boys, we should make some excellent progress in the next few years.

           
          • Reality Sets In

            I don’t know where you stand on the issue, but men need to stay away from reproductive rights, as feminists use that to rally support from women whom would stay away. You pull that linchpin you break up a majority of their female supporters.

             

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