Female Wingnut Declares Ray Rice the Real Victim

Is there a female equivalent of the literary reference to Uncle Tom? If there is,it would surely apply to Sylvia Thompson, a black woman who has a column at Alan Keyes’ Renew America website declaring Ray Rice the real victim of a feminist lynch mob trying to destroy him.

Everybody knows that if Ray Rice, the football player who is being systematically destroyed by leftists, were a homosexual who had decked another homosexual male (of any color), this fiasco would be played out vastly differently. The leftist media and sports industry would be doing everything that they could to justify the behavior – lobbying for counseling, calling for sympathy, shielding the perpetrator in every possible way. Excuse, excuse, excuse – that would be the mantra. But Ray Rice is not a homosexual man, so he suffers the full wrath of the holier-than-thou leftist mob (and all the misguided people who follow them).

What the mob is doing to Rice is beyond disgusting – it is criminal. It is a mob influenced by a pernicious feminism that pollutes the entire culture; nobody has the guts to cross rabid feminists. Rice’s wife and child are being completely ignored in this eternal quest for blood, anybody’s blood, as long as somebody is destroyed. Our culture has become so sick, twisted, and evil, that I find it very difficult to participate in it. I doubt that I am alone in my sentiments…

I addressed the issue of women physically attacking men and expecting no retaliation in an earlier article. It seems to have been determined that Janay Palmer (then, Rice’s girlfriend) initiated the physical violence. I will reiterate my earlier position. If you are a woman with any sense in your head, you do not aggressively attack men. They are physically larger and if not larger, they are likely stronger. Women ignore this admonition at their own risk. I also heard that alcohol played a part in this incident. And contrary to what some may think, alcohol can indeed induce violent behavior. I am from a long line of serious drinkers, and I can attest to that fact.

If the National Football League (NFL) wants to set rules of conduct for its players, they can do so, as any employer can. The draconian decision passed down regarding Rice, however, is purely the result of attempting to please leftist feminists, and that reaction in itself is disgusting, and hypocritical. It is asinine to deny a man his livelihood except for the most grievous offenses, and domestic violence, as bad as it is, is not the most grievous offense out there. Radical feminists need to be taught that lesson. In their quest to destroy men, they have elevated domestic violence well beyond offenses of a much more grievous nature, in my view…

This takes me back to my initial premise that one of the Left’s many goals is the destruction of black men.

This black man, Ray Rice, spent much of his youth preparing to take on the job of an accomplished athlete. Sports, sadly, is one of the few venues that afford often poorly educated black children a chance to move forward in their lives, and not down that deadly spiral of poverty and imprisonment. And yet, Rice finds himself in the hands of a veritable lynch mob of leftists who seem hell-bent on destroying him. I’d bet that he does not quite know what has hit him.

The mind boggles.

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  • cptdoom

    For the record, a couple of years back an ex-NFL player was outed when he was arrested for domestic violence with his then-partner. The story was widely circulated, and the behavior condemned, by the LGBT media, although I don’t think the mainstream sports media really touched it.

  • doublereed

    1. What is criminal about the ‘mob’? Random.

    2. Why would a homosexual relationship play out differently? Random.

    3. The NFL can deal with it however they want, but damn them if they want to please leftist feminists? Is it just me, or is this a blatant contradiction of terms? It sounds to me like she does not think the NFL should deal with it however they want.

    4. HE HIT HER UNCONSCIOUS. WHAT THE FUCK.

  • AsqJames

    nobody has the guts to cross rabid feminists

    …which is why I didn’t write this article and you’re not reading it.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Rice’s wife and child are being completely ignored in this eternal quest for blood….

    Sources say that his wife feels like she’s been punched in the face.

  • http://Www.metalmischief.com YOB – Ye Olde Blacksmith

    This takes me back to my initial premise that one of the Left’s many goals is the destruction of black men.

    But, apparently, not black women?

  • alanb

    I’d bet that he does not quite know what has hit him.

    You know who else didn’t quite know what hit her?

  • busterggi

    Next the wingnuts il be petitioning for a Presidential pardon for O.J.

  • Abby Normal

    I just watched the Ray Rice elevator video for the first time. It looked to me like she hit him, striking him in the face or throat. He backed off, moving to the far corner of the elevator. She advanced on him aggressively, hand raised, ready to strike again. Only then did he strike her. It’s unclear how hard he hit her, if he knocked her out or simply knocked her off balance causing her to fall and hit her head.

    Before I start thinking about the ethics of the situation is that an accurate summary of the facts?

  • dmcclean

    Abby @8,

    The accounts I have seen say that he spit in her face first, citing sources in the hotel’s security staff, and referring to additional video evidence.

    Other than that I’d say your account is reasonably accurate.

  • dmcclean

    Oh, whoops, I don’t agree with the “striking him in the face or throat” bit. To my eye it looked like she shoved him in the chest. But the frame rate is really low.

  • bushrat

    @8 The initial footage is pretty awful, but that’s what I saw as well. I’ll admit that it could have been him pushing her initially in the elevator, but considering he backed off then she followed him across the elevator, I still think she slapped or pushed him first. His response was entirely out of proportion, but if she initiated it, I personally think she should also be charged.

  • Abby Normal

    Thank you. I’ll take the additional information into consideration. Looks like I’ll need to do more research before I can form an opinion.

  • cedrus

    The English language does badly need a synonym for “Uncle Tom” (and “house nigger”) that can be used in polite company. “Crabs in a bucket” comes close to replacing the latter, but doesn’t quite capture the intentional aspect. Anyone else had this problem?

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    Our culture has become so sick, twisted, and evil, that I find it very difficult to participate in it.

    Then leave. That way we’ll get to see what better alternative culture you’d prefer.

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    cedrus: how about “Quisling?”

  • caseloweraz

    Ed Brayton: Is there a female equivalent of the literary reference to Uncle Tom?

    The minstrel-show character Aunt Jemima comes close. Back in the late nineteenth century, this was a stereotypical African-American woman character portrayed by a white male in blackface wearing an apron and kerchief.

    Later, of course, Aunt Jemima became the trademark for a brand of pancake flour sold by the Quaker Oats company. I recall the company being chastised for picturing Aunt Jemima in a way considered too mild and matronly. But those were the days when “black power” was a prominent slogan and Angela Davis was in the news. Quaker Oats did change the picture (several times, as I recall) to bring it more into accord with modern sensibilities.

  • caseloweraz

    Sylvia Thompson: And contrary to what some may think, alcohol can indeed induce violent behavior. I am from a long line of serious drinkers, and I can attest to that fact.

    Say what?! I thought only pot could do that. /snark

    This black man, Ray Rice, spent much of his youth preparing to take on the job of an accomplished athlete. Sports, sadly, is one of the few venues that afford often poorly educated black children a chance to move forward in their lives, and not down that deadly spiral of poverty and imprisonment.

    Especially in the NFL, where they can exchange the deadly spiral of poverty and imprisonment for a deadly spiral of excessive wealth and multiple concussions.

  • dugglebogey

    Yes, the mob is descending on him! He did nothing to deserve this kind of treatment! Nothing I can think of! Nothing at all!

  • Stacy

    This takes me back to my initial premise that one of the Left’s many goals is the destruction of black men.

    It is!? Last I heard the main one of our many goals was the destruction of white men.

    Goddamn it, people, is it that hard to forward a memo?

  • bushrat

    @Stacy

    It is!? Last I heard the main one of our many goals was the destruction of white men.

    Goddamn it, people, is it that hard to forward a memo?

    Shhh! The plan is to destroy all men, we’re just trying to keep them off balance.

  • pali1d

    You know, I think she’s right that if the situation were one man hitting another, be it domestic violence or not, the reaction would be very different. What she’s missing is that that is part of the damned problem – this whole gender-role thing that feminists don’t like has downsides for men too, one of them being the sense that if a man is punched in the face by another he should just suck it up, else he’s a pussy.

  • moarscienceplz

    It is asinine to deny a man his livelihood except for the most grievous offenses, and domestic violence, as bad as it is, is not the most grievous offense out there.

    Now if Rice had been caught smoking a doobie in his house, I’ll bet that would be a sufficiently grievous offense!

  • Francisco Bacopa

    The correct term for an antifeminist woman is “Serena Joy” after the character in The Handmaid’s Tale.

  • jenny6833a

    The NFL has a strictly enforced rule against piling on. Unfortunately, no such rule applies to journalists, politicians, bloggers, commenters, and every other oaf and oafette who seeks personal publicity.

  • raven

    Troll alert!!!

    jenny6833’s real name is John or Jim or something similar.

    He’s a known atheism+ hater, a troll, and apparently a misogynist as well.

    But he isn’t dangerous. The worst that will happen is you will end up washing copious amounts of slime off. It’s not called the Slimepit for nothing.

  • raven

    Jenny6833a

    July 25, 2014 at 3:50 am (UTC -4) Link to this comment

    @ #3 Trebuchet “A+ is almost entirely absent in FTB these days. It’s only present in the minds of its opponents.”

    The name “A+” is seldom mentioned, but the malign mixture of atheism and social justice is being pushed as strenuously as ever.

    FYI.

    Whoever this is hates social justice.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    raven “Whoever this is hates social justice.”

    To be fair, Social Justice was a terrible movie. Even for Steven Seagal.