Watching the blatantly false allegations being levelled against the American Judge (now Justice) Brett Kavanaugh, there is a growing awareness that many men, young and old, live in fear of being falsely accused of sexual misconduct; mothers, grandmothers, wives, sisters and aunts are, likewise, increasingly concerned for their sons, grandsons, husbands, brothers and nephews. Arguably, the damage being inflicted by the Me Too movement is a price that is too high to pay for exposing what is often nothing more than sexual nuisance. The claim that women should always be believed and that men, simply by virtue of being men, are obviously guilty whether formally charged and convicted or not, is contrary to elementary common sense, and, of course, natural justice. We don’t apply such illogical nonsense to any other alleged crime.
A “Not Me” movement to enable men to protest this new [lack of] standard, is, surely, well overdue. Take a look at the information in the video above to discover just SOME of the damning, highly relevant, facts that were withheld about Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, in the recent U.S. Senate Hearings where she was treated like a heroine and he was metaphorically lynched. Yet, her claims about the alleged sexual assault are about as credible as her claim to be afraid of flying, as the video above reveals – big time. A movement where men are free to signal their disapproval of this new standard of justice – i.e. this now socially accepted INjustice – where men are automatically believed to be guilty once accused – would be a welcome antitode to the poisonous Me Too movement. Or, perhaps you disagree?