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New York Synagogue Attack: Family, Friends & Attorney Say Suspect Suffered From Mental Health Problems
"Thomas the man accused of stabbing five Orthodox Jewish worshippers at a Hannukah. Celebration in Muncie New York Saturday just wrapped up a court appearance. Federal hate crime charges have now been added family and friends say the. The suspect has long suffered from mental illness and never previously expressed any- antisemitic beliefs but prosecutors. This afternoon said they found journals with antisemitic. Writings in the suspect's Home Thomas Faces five counts of attempted murder a CNN. Sarah side and reports the Saturday attack as part of a growing speed of violence against Jews news across the US Grafton. Thomas is now facing federal hate crime charges after what police say they heard from witnesses and found found in his handwritten journal a reference to Adolf Hitler and Nazi culture on the same page as drawings of a star of David and a swastika. Thomas's attorney thank disputes. The anti-semitism Allegation Reverend Page and I and review scores of papers which frankly showed the ramblings of they disturbed individual but there is no suggestion in any of those ramblings and pages of writing of an anti Semitic emotive witnesses say. The suspect slashed his way through a houseful of Orthodox Jewish worshippers injuring five and leaving behind a terrible blood-soaked seen gene during what was a Hanukkah celebration. Joseph Glove was inside that home. I just saw him Williams nice back and forth trying. It's it is nothing say awards inside. He's just spoke to me outside once. Hey y'all get you manage to get out out. There are kids in there so decide to run back in run back in and fight his only weapon the furniture around him now in shambles picks it up from from the back and I watched it in. His face was two feet away from him in his face and he started. He started coming after me out towards the door when the attacker left gluck followed at a distance worried. He was about to go into the synagogue next store by then the ambulances were arriving treating the wounded it was a very jarring. See it was a lot of blood this attack the thirteenth on the Jewish community. Just this month in New York. According to the governor's office I don't recall pull them up selling licenses to have open hunting season on Jews but it sure can make us feel that way less than two hours later. Police Track the suspect down down using the license plate number GLUCK had given them. Thousands of Jewish mothers went to sleep more counter nights. Not Worrying about the kids going going to school the next day but their husbands going to pray the next day or day going shopping next knowing. What's going to happen your Guardian Angel? God's is the Guardian. I'm the Messenger. Now of the five people who were injured we understand that four are out of the hospital including Rabbi Rottenberg Son. We do know that one elderly gentleman a man who had a skull fracture remains in the hospital in critical condition according to friends the family. Jake all right Sarah side near New York. Thank you joining me now to talk about this New York Times opinion writer and editor Barry Weiss which is the author of the new book how to Fight Anti-semitism Tatum also back with me as Jane. Coast covers anti-semitism and white nationalism for vox among other topics Berry let me start with you. This is kind of a sensitive question but do you think the reaction by politicians and the media would be any different. If these recent antisemitic attacks had been committed by white supremacists instead of who they were committed by. I do and the reason for that is because it took a man walking in with a machete the size of a broomstick for there to be any public outrage during the holiday of Hanukkah. Remember when
"barry weiss" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?
"To what extent does his action his views promote antisemitism or at least promote an environment in which anti Semitism thrives. I think my colleague at the Times Brad Stevens evens put this in the most memorable way which is that. Donald Trump has dismantled the moral guardrails that keep bigotry down. Meaning there there are norms in societies right and Donald Trump has sort of not just dismantled. It done it with relish and glee just to to pick a tiny recent example there is a fundamentalist or conspiratorial news. Streaming service called True News. There's a guy on there who's newscaster fundamentalists fundamentalist. His name is Rick Wells Rick while sat down for an interview with Donald Trump junior requires was called on by the president of the United States in a news conference and Rick quiles went on his station two weeks ago and said the impeachment hearings are not actually impeachment hearings. It's a Juku and its attempt to replace replace the president with a Jewish cabal so that is the kind of thing that trump has normalized and it is unbelievably dangerous and it is not a coincidence. That white supremacist assists like Richard. Spencer have been drawn to his banner. It's how do we fix it. I'm Richard Navy and I'm Jim eggs and we're speaking with Barry Weiss the author of the new book how to fight anti-semitism Anti Semitism. We'll be right back and.
"barry weiss" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Not great movies, not when either. But if you say that somehow that's somehow a hate crime. Right. You're racist. And I also the things that I love know. Can we go through the whole list of all the movies that got a Oscar that never should've ever deserved it? Yes, you can. But why is that relevant to this? I'm. I'm still on the social Justice warrior weather can live in the negative context. I mean my wrong but I think it goes back to over each because I did a podcast that was about two and a half hours long and for about two minutes. I talked about how in the town, there was this perception of Black Panther as being overly Representative something in terms of the Oscars, and that people were talking about that. And then I talked about how much I thought it was subpar marvel movie. But I also talked about how much I like those opening images of conduct. We had never seen anything like that before no one talks about that. They just talk about, you know, the racist. Do discs to subpar marvel movie, and that, that's part of the promise Justice. Here's what's wrong with social Justice interested in Justice Richardson clicks, the Richardson getting clicks, plea. You don't think so. I think that you're, you're being completely overly broad about because the people that I know who do work, sorry, not the people. It's an click never heard their names because they're not trying to be visiting. They're not trying to be in the. And they're doing they're going to court houses everyday. We're talking about that. And you know that you can't say what are you talking about? If we're talking about that. We give a name. I don't I don't know what you're talking because the or not doing what you're saying every timing because before that. Sure. So. It's all of our shows here. It's all about shoes. Okay. Now again, I don't know everything about this, because I don't I'm not a expert at social media, but I'm friends with Barry Weiss. Right. Okay. So I'm reading her profile in Vanity Fair. I thought they said a lot, a woman who I think is also writer, her name is Gabrielle with Cameron, criticized Barry for something berries at I think Barry is really that out there. But the social Justice warriors hate an attack her, I'm talking about the ones on Twitter, not your friends in the courtroom. Okay. Here's what this woman said to bury. What tweeted do feminism and the entire profession of journalism favor and stop writing stop writing in caps. Okay. I would like to point out that's not a criticism stop writing. That's the best you can do. All right. Then she in berry meet at a conference to get to know each other their friends. Now she tweets. I was partially motivated talking about her. Former tweet I was partially motivated by the desire for likes and retweets wanting to cultivate a brand on Twitter. It was at Barry's expense knowing that she liked me is a complex person will vary complex person. I don't know about this, but the problem you make that person in the category of social Justice worse. And that's that's what that is the, the social Justice is the person can overlook. Oh, I think that you're, you're completing the to that knows no overlap that people do the work are the warriors reward. Well, that's lots of other people would ascribe that name, too. You're taking the name. Social Justice were it is that, but I think there has been ironic use of the term social Justice worry, and I it's us ironically, when there is a social Justice, where.
"barry weiss" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"My Salem colleague, Michael Medved and orthodox Jew was put off by the haste with which the incident turned political the perspective here, it seems to me. Should go. Well beyond who gains from this quote October surprise, I'm not Tober surprise. It's a hideous crime. Is it? Grieving is not just a Jewish or conservative or liberal or Christian is national. And Andrea Mitchell over an MSNBC was on with Lou Weiss. He's the father of Wall Street Journal and New York Times columnist Barry Weiss, and she asked him a provocative and very slanted question. This is a really hard thing to talk about. And I know it's controversial. But it's not just our political leaders because we see thousands of people at rallies starting in twenty sixteen straight through to this weekend who are cheering hateful speech. Who are we as Americas? And here's the answer from Lou Weiss. It's a good point. But on the other hand, I really can't think of anything less helpful than to be politicized nece. I think we need to step back from that. And stop trying to politicize every aspect of this. I mean this man hater juicy actually hated Trump as it happens. You can charge Trump with lots and lots of stuff. It is unequivocal..
"barry weiss" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Download the app or text vocab to forty eight forty eight forty eight text vocab to forty eight forty eight forty eight to try battle for free. That's VOC a B two four eight four eight four eight get further on this conversation. We've been having today about what you feel about the judge Kavanagh's accuser. Barry Weiss, who's a reporter for the New York Times. Probably a well known reporter because she goes on Bill Maher so often, but her quote here is what about the deeper moral cultural like the ethical questions here. Let's say he did this exactly as she said. Should the fact that a seventeen year old presumably very drunk kid? Did this should this be disqualifying? That's important. And there's even another layer to a to which is at that point in history. When things were very different the culture was very young. Males are being. Females are being occurs to pave like this. And what do we do with that? I I really think so much of the the feelings that are being generated by the movement today is because of all the misconduct and miss appropriation of people's more sort of healthier impulses. And they were all sort of set sideways for a long long time share anymore experts about the Mario brothers or any of the game. His. His unit whatever you the radio friendly term is as looking just like the character from Mario Kart that big mushroom. From your near. I heard her screaming all the way. He said, it may have been the least impressive sex. I'd ever had. But clearly, he did not share that opinion. And she also you see how these memories are different from this event. Very different memory. Lovemaking than the president. The best time ever not so much for her. You thought she was having a good time. That's right. That's a very good example of how men and women perhaps remember the same event, quite different. And she also talks about having been sexually abused. Yeah. Not the experts that are circulating.
"barry weiss" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"I think twice guests. Barry Weiss, our friend who was bat mitzvah at that. At that synagogue. Give me a sense of of what your initial reaction to this. And then the kind of fallout and the fallout which is kind of finger pointing blaming this culture that's been created by XYZ. I mean, my own thoughts and this which are fairly boring compared to yours as a non Jew is that this is not surprising to me. Well, I rather doubt that I'm probably the. Subject for this. Because I am not plugged into the Jewish community. My father's Jewish my mother's Irish Catholic. I was not raised in any sort of. Yes, I am. I'm not secular. But nonsectarian, so I don't have any sort of finger on the pulse of the Jewish community my impulse in these moments is to withdraw completely from society and not discuss it. But in general, there is a distinction between the online world of politicized opinion, which we all inhabit on a daily basis and the rest of the planet, which I don't think is is interested in litigating these issues, and that's sort of. So my my instinct was that this one was so traumatic traumatic to the extent that Orlando was traumatic and that it sort of felt like the social compact was coming apart. And there was going to be a much more significant follow up than I wanted to participate in so I withdrew I haven't seen it materialize, which is heartening. But at the same time is part of something that we've seen exceleron. I think you can you clarify that statement you said. You were concerned that the social compact might fall apart. And this is something that I I write about in the book, and I have a piece coming out with my editors. Imprimatur that it'll be publishing in Washington Examiner about the the new romantic cessation of political violence in America, political violence, and by which I mean mass revolutionary action in the streets as opposed to individual being terroristic Elias, Kennedy mobs acting. Yes. Mobs, the reptilian brain taking over that sort of thing we've seen dormant for generation it's coming back, and it's coming back as a result of politicians, influencers members of society who should know better entertaining, this sort of philosophy as something, that's that's romantic, and I'll give you a couple of examples Occupy Wall street was a violent movement when it was embraced by Nancy Pelosi when Barack Obama said these people are just like Martin Luther King junior and the vilified for the reason that they're challenging the system, and when you say violent what what do you mean? I mean, it had already exploded out of its bivouacs and was destroying property and with setting fires to cars and was attacking police officers. It was demonstrating antisemitism. Overt antisemitism in the. International saying these things were happening at as they were embraced by Democrats. Shum fast forward a few years, and you had politicians like the president saying Republicans are the enemies of Hispanics. The vice president saying Republicans are going to put African Americans back in. That Republicans were were responsible when schizophrenics. Exacted terrorism. And then you saw Republicans begin to say, well, listen, we're going to be vilified. No matter what. So it might as well embrace this dark ID that. We have that were being blamed for and that was the thirty percent or so of the Republican electorate that endorsed Donald Trump early on because Donald Trump was being this this figure of ill repute that they had been labeled for so long and had not advanced. So they essentially I think and I'm not excusing it. But I think it's sadly justified is that they decided to be this caricature that they'd been made to be and then you had somebody who was saying. Okay. Well, I I hope my supporters punch this person in the face, and I'll pay your legal bills. And from there, we saw actual street violence. We saw it in Chicago. We saw it in Portland by which I mean mobs attacking mobs, San Diego of San Jose are any of those places circumstances where Trump supporters were attacking people on Trump supporters. Day. Trump's order initially threw the first punch in March of I think it was March tenth of two thousand sixteen right reattach at the at the Rathi event, we saw after that was Trump supporters being attacked and nice. And from there..
"barry weiss" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"I think the last time that Barry was on here, we might have talked about like the generation gap between reactions media reactions about me too stuff, which I think has probably affected the world's hate campaign against Barry Weiss at some at some point that we need twelve on. But like I'm curious, keep hammering this. It's just it's, I'd like Jerry. Hey, hammering the same, everybody onto it, or I mean, it's not us, and you seem to be taking away. I should before 'em kid is question point out that the rum that we were drinking here comes from Nancy Roman, who is a friend of yours, a big backup. She's very, very happy that you are drinking this now. It's called crews on its single barrel. It's from Saint. Otherwise known as Saint crux or something. These books bridge everybody, Amazon, there was some mistakes made by the opener of the of the bottle at some points that you will record. I shouldn't is a lot of media leachate me on Twitter. Yeah, that's not Twitter. Yeah, that's true. Very true. So, but I wanted to ask you kind of like refractory Moynihan's questioned because I think you will hear from a lot of women who are closer to my age than you are something similar, and sometimes you'll hear this from people who aren't that a Trump rally and Mississippi, which is that gay life sucks. I, I don't like that. Men did this, especially in the eighties when everyone was watching animal house and whatever the hell we had defend ourselves off from these kinds of things. That was part of the way it was done. But like do you shouldn't necessarily railroad a guy on you on that type of thing? How do you react to that as someone who's kind of not in that generation when you hear people saying? Well, I react to it part, partly. I mean, the one. Tiny, tiny thing that's given me hope and then otherwise, extremely depressing week. I mean, I felt this past week and even into this one the way I felt after Trump won it was that low for me just in terms of feeling of like everything's breaking apart. We're living in different pyschological university and like the level of sort of rage and sadness that I was hearing from a lot of most women friends of mine. Like I just felt that intense to me and I never really go on Facebook, but I someone told me like, go look on Facebook and I was, I don't know if you guys went on last week. I was shocked by the kinds of stories. People were sharing like people who I known for years and had never shared their sexual assault story. So the tiny sliver of hope though, is the fact that culture has changed like, yeah, this might have been acceptable in the eighties. It's not acceptable now, and I think that there's sort of like broad consensus around that in a way that. I think is good. Now that doesn't speak to the question of whether or not we should. You know, hold someone accountable based on one ala Gatien from when they were seventeen thirty six years ago, but the fact that they're sort of, let's leave like sort of the hardcore Trumpers. Aside on this among most reasonable people that this is completely unacceptable behavior. I think that's good. Like that's the one good thing that I see in this, but would you say that you don't believe that this isn't acceptable behavior because it's the sense that I get is the dismissal from their part, isn't that it is acceptable to assault women? It's that they don't believe this happened. And when you said that they don't give a shit about the truth. I would say this that people who are shouting, believe all women in response to in response to this particular issue who simply presume that this is true because someone with a vagina said, so that is that strikes me as precisely the same sort of intrigue. Agent disinterested in facts attitude that one might bring to bear in something that is descended from a serious conversation about an important issue, but into a tribal squabble to hold on. I wanna draw distinction though between the believe all women camp and the camp. And I guess I consider myself in this camp of it's not just the cheetah giant and she said it..
"barry weiss" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Have. Barry Weiss, we've been hearing from astronaut Mike Massimino about training for the spacewalk doing the spacewalk remarkable descriptions of what it really feels like anything you care to challenge from the astronaut. Okay. Well, one thing that I found out about the MAG. So the MAG dates to nineteen eighty eight and it actually replaced the dact which stands for disposable absorption containment trunk. Legitimate. And it was it was liike who leakier than the MAG. So it was just a bad diaper. I think diaper technology has really come a long way. Some people like Mike watt watch Neil Armstrong walk in the moon. I wanna go. I was always really interested in space food because it's really cool and weird. And I found out that when John Glenn orbited the earth. Do you know what he ate? I don't know what John Glenn as he ate applesauce and beef puree in toothpaste too. Have gotten much more sophisticated and there's one dish. That's the most popular. Yes. Yes. Shrimp. Cocktail. Reason apparently that people love it is that when you're in space to your palate changes because you like you have a cold. Correct. Fluid shifts people like three Rochester savvy and space to they like things with a really a big kick and this rim. Cocktail apparently has like a really good. It has very spicy horseradish sauce clears you up a little bit, you know, gravity works on our body, and we've evolved over all the time. Throw that everything works and one gravity, including the distribution of our fluid all the fluid in our body is held in place in part by gravity. So when you go to a zero gravity environment wearing space. It's doesn't have it that that force on it, and it tends to pool. So the fluid pools in your upper body, and it gives you a stuff feels like a head cold, Mike mass amino. Thank you so much for.
"barry weiss" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"I didn't know that yeah she's such an unforgivable idiot you know i mean it's like she got what she wanted she had this hit show she could've stayed quiet she said it's very similar racist things in the past you know and you know you can't get away with tweeting something so specific about such a specific person like it's just you know general conspiracy theories is one thing saying something specifically about an obama aide is another thing it's just a anyway so our show for today just to clear up the confusion we june arena and i are definitely still going to be on this podcast we're just adding new voices to the show you heard some of them last week and you will continue to hear more but don't worry we're not going anywhere we are still part of the cast thank you guys we're looking for a new name as we put out there you guys are just pun masters also masters of feminist history it's amazing i'm gonna read a couple of our chests that time of the week this one's flattering detail you guys gorgeous ladies of slate gloss and then there's all the like fallas malice clincher one what now banned exactly we really in all the names that you mazing listeners have sent us we we will manage to a podcast a punk band a fashion house and a feminist collective they're just so many possibilities in these names we haven't quite settled yet keep sending them if you have any more but our clock is ticking and we will have a name very soon all right topics for today i we're gonna talk about my favorite murder comedy murder podcast that's also a giant support network we discuss female obsession with true crime second ireland votes to legalize boertien a huge moment the country's history we discuss and finally the bbc show killing eve and the trope of the cold blooded murderous then in our slate plus segment where we take a topic and discuss one to ten is a sexist we are gonna talk about noreen tell us what we're gonna talk about we are gonna talk about whether it sex that people are more obsessed with slagging barry weiss and.
"barry weiss" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"So i think this is something i actually had a bit of a twitter argument with barry weiss about the in terms of the idea that if you call someone a nazi you are essentially pushing them towards nazism and my biggest response is just like you we i've seen arguments from the atlantic's connor freeze door and from others who were saying like well it happens on the left to i'm like not but there aren't like mainstream conservative publications arguing that you know us calling barack obama a marxist for eight years is what got us bernie sanders in a prominent political position but also the idea that like you got called a nazi on twitter and thus you just decided to frolic merely towards the world of richard spencer is just like no you have agency you have decisions to make you had the ability to say you know what i'm not an azzi but you know and i know that and you probably know that because this is twitter and this is the land of which we say things that we don't entirely mean or blow things up or use terminology that isn't really fair but i'm a big enough human being to not think nazism that's an ideology to get behind justice idea that i think is just rife across say you'll we sell multiple articles on your at times about it this idea of oh liberals you know don't be so smug that's what's pushing people towards trump and i'm like no like the idea that what got us trump was liberals being like slightly not nice is just like one an absurd reductionist argument which just ignores a lot of things about how the twenty sixteen election actually happened it turns out a lot of people didn't vote for trump because they were like oh man that katy perry annoyed me slightly and this idea that like legacy publications calling someone all right when they're not.
"barry weiss" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Yeah that fundamentally undermines all use a credibility to the point where i mean who looks responsible and rational in the world stage today rule hani or trump it's embarrassing even for a leftist like me how that's not even a question that iran looks more so brendan of speaking of adelson he dropped thirty million into the coffers paul ryan exactly exactly three times as much as he didn't twenty sixteen folks at least zach all very real and moving in that direction i have no doubt that the part of the subtext of this is is getting people like adelson excited to dump money into some tough midterms but of course there is something much more important happening in the world today than the undermining of the most successful diplomatic breakthrough the modern era arms control soothing the middle east establishing a new relationship between the united states in iran cooling tensions everywhere from yemen to allowing a gaza to not be an open air prison anymore and that is of course that there is a group of men on youtube who have their books criticized and barry weiss is on the case the fact that sam harris as an example can't promote racism with an gets called a racist of for promoting racism really really dangerous stuff happening that obviously on the real fundamental ideals level ideas level really shows just how irrelevant all of these actually existing things are in context so we're gonna talk about free speech and the dark web with douglas lane when we are back in a minute on the majority report.
"barry weiss" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Thinktank it was named after the overton window means the range of acceptable discourse right so in any conversation there's a range of acceptable discourse there are people who you say are not acceptable to talk to people who for example say the black people are innately inferior right that's those are people who are just not worth talking to that is not acceptable discourse now this is not mean they have right say what they want to say they've right to say whatever they want to say the first amendment welcome to america that's fine but i am not a moral relativist and i don't believe that just because you have a right to say something means that you should say or that everything that is said is equal in value there's something called the overton window which is the which is the window of acceptable discourse or useful discourse but what the left has done is they've shrunk the overton window down to about pinpricks is okay so the the overton window is now the space of opinion between bernie sanders and maybe kamala harris right that's basically the level of acceptable discourse between tiny pc coats intersectional leftism and bernie sanders socialists leftism everything in between there is cool but if you're outside that overton window oh then you're unacceptable so what does this mean well means that the left has now separated discourse not into three categories but into two so here are the three categories i have for speech there is the acceptable there's the unacceptable right outside the over to anno and then there's the acceptable stuff but i disagree with it and there's lots of that stuff that's most discourse is stuff that i disagree with but is within the overton window what the left has done instead is they've said there's the stuff we agree with and then there's everything else in everything else is unacceptable so that means that kevin williamson is now deplorable it means that i am a deplorable it means the barry weiss columnist for the new york times who i'm sure voted for hillary clinton is a deplorable it means that people like brad stevens and ross dude hat these people are deplorable it means that.
"barry weiss" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Help i was going along time ago man don't bring any current events we all know about your hate crimes or not he was totally let up well i do want to say tina it's my first time meeting you but i've certainly read teen on the show can you tell me about we'll fisher in i we have conversations people writing things and making stuffing stuff i read this fisher i even mentioned is true mentioned the high the other day and it it turned out that a friend of mine who shall not be and i did the hive logo who's a designer it did and he did that's very nice typeface on the top of the did you say he yeah you had to say fifty percent of the diviners on the world he's yeah i could get but he did the logo vanity fair it was now some change that has happened at vanity fair now we won't force you to talk about your employer because it's always uncomfortable when people make me do that because shirt my employer sometimes puffs recently i've been asked and television so what's going on with these mr shane smith's that is talking about yeah we try to we try to avoid those kinds of obvious conflicts of interest mainly because we don't want people to get fired not because we that's right honest with you really yeah yeah yeah keep our jobs we had barry weiss on the show prior to her reason celebrity actually probably right before a couple of weeks show work and we did get her to talk a little bit about her previous employer and it's funny because she was talking about how one of one of the reasons that she left was the creeping trumpism of the wall street journal's editorial page which we used to be a kind of thing.
"barry weiss" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"A way to sort of you know draw some lines and sort of takes some stands because it's real i'm just saying i'm annoyed that these people are writing about things that i don't think they should be writing about i mean in a way i mean barry barry weiss is the world and people don't like her in some senses because of her politics on other issues and like glenn greenwald has pointed out that she's a sort of sinister zionists there there are there is a argument that people on the kind of i would say let's just say zionist writers sort of pro israel right i would pro israel because it presumes that everybody else is anti israel on that kind of israel they have said very similar thing why is it that israel gets all the attention and the united nations they are they are sanctioned by more more anti israel votes and censures in people in europe in the european context right about israel constantly when there's all these bloodbaths all around the why the attention why is the single the argument is often made in on an issue like that too and i just don't i don't like the framing to say that you know why are they reading about these things that i don't think they should be writing but it's not that they should that they shouldn't be writing about it i think they're using this valuable real estate to focus on this thing that i don't think they should be but not because i don't think it's important but because there are more productive ways to address the large important questions of free speech but there is an adult realm in which we can have this conversation and there's a kid room.
"barry weiss" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of the manhattan institute she has written a tremendous peace a policing sexual desire the subheading is the hashtag me to movements impossible premise one of the things that i think is um a brings your piece home of very directly is another fine piece that appeared today and nine new york times by barry weiss i'm sure you've read it but one of the things she writes about the ozzie's on sorry case where there seems to have been an encounter was entirely consensual that did not result in uh in intercourse and that she draws from that encounter in the complaint of the quote victim of that encounter berry weis rights i am a proud feminist and this is what i thought while reading graces story grace was the uh alias taken by the victim if you were hanging out naked with a man in his apartment it's safe to assume he is going to try to have sex with you uh would you agree with that statement well i certainly would i would disagree however with your perfectly understandable characterization of the is eased grace encounter as entirely consensual that is that is based on now our legal stick view of of sex because she did not formally uh unconsented but what that is these encounter was pretty much a perfect illustration of what i'm reading about in my city journal article in that she in fact was conflicted throughout she was not enthusiastic but she found it difficult to explicitly say no and now this because in if again thanks to what we now have this insane casual sex environment where on a first date within five minutes at most a disease is expecting her to give him oral sex and she is complying they've never they barely met but this is what we with today uh once that starts females understandably find it difficult to extricate themselves for a whole variety of complex.
"barry weiss" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Angry 18009551776 as our phone number i'm speaking with heather mcdonald of the manhattan institute she is written a tremendous peace policing sexual desire the sub heading is the hash tag me to movements impossible premise one of the things that i think is laughter brings your peace home a very directly is another fine piece that appeared today in new york times by barry weiss i'm sure you've read it but one of the things she writes about the ozzy's on sorry case where there seems to have been an encounter was entirely consensual that did not result in intercourse and she draws from that encounter in the complaint of the quote victim of that encounter barry weiss rights i'm proud feminist and this is what i thought while reading grace's story grace was the alias taken by the victim if you were hanging out naked with a man in his apartment it safe to assume he is going to try to have sex with you would you agree with that statement well i certainly would i would disagree however with your perfectly understandable characterization of the disease grace encounter as entirely consensual that is that is based on now are legal listed view of of sex because she did not formally un consent but what that is these encounter was pretty much a perfect illustration of what i'm writing about in my city journal article in that she in fact was conflicted threw out she was not enthusiastic but she found it difficult to explicitly say no and that is because in if again thanks to what we now have this insane casual sex environment where on a first date within five minutes at most aziz is expecting her to give him all sex and she is complying they've never they barely met but this is what we live with today once that starts females understandably find it difficult to extricate themselves for a whole variety of complex and and hard to articulate emotions and so it looks from the outside like it was entirely consent but it is not i i think that grace she's a whiner she's you know blaming the patriarchy like all feminists but she's not entirely mendacious i think when she says that it was the worst moment and and she she felt bad afterwards and she felt bad during it right i i understand all of that but the point being that she.
"barry weiss" Discussed on WGTK
"Is our phone number sorry speaking with heather mcdonald of the manhattan institute she has written a tremendous peace a policing sexual desire the subheading is the hashtag me to movements impossible premise one of the things that i think is um a brings your piece home of very directly is another fine piece that appeared today in new york times by barry weiss i'm sure you've read it but one of the things she writes about the ozzie's on sorry case where there seems to have been an encounter was entirely consensual that did not result in uh in intercourse and met she draws from that encounter in the complaint of the quote victim of that encounter berry wise rights i am a proud feminist and this is what i thought while reading graces story grace was the alias taken by the victim if you were hanging out naked with a man in his apartment it's safe to assume he is going to try to have sex with you uh would you agree with that statement well i certainly would i would disagree however with your perfectly understandable characterization of the is grace encounter as entirely consensual that is that is based on now our legal stick view of of sex because she did not formally uh unconsented but what that is these encounter was pretty much a perfect illustration of what i'm reading about in my city journal article in that she in fact conflicted throughout she was not enthusiastic but she found it difficult to explicitly say no and now this because in if again thanks to what we now have this insane casual sex environment where on a first date within five minutes at most a disease is expecting perky give him oral sex and she is complying they've never they've barely met but this is what we with today uh.
"barry weiss" Discussed on KKAT
"And from the beginning we've been saying what problems with this whole hash tag me to things were were lumping rapists in with with you you try to steal a kiss for or gave back rubber whatever or you are in the midst of one sex act and suggested another 1 and she said no i'm not up for that and all of a sudden you're a monster for wanting to it's just the little much anyway on the zis in sorry thing i just saw a couple of the headlines that i really liked the hash tied me to movement has officially jump the shark and article written by a woman named andrea pies or about how this public character assassination of actress season sorry his e we definitely crossed the line and we've got to rethink how we're handling this and a different article in the new york times from some unnamed barry weiss how did a movement for women's empowerment became become an emblem for female helplessness as easing sorry is guilty of not being a mind reader caitlin flanagin made a similar point in the atlantic that we have in fantasized woman women told them you have no role to play in your safety no decision you make should you be held accountable for no action of yours is a factor at all in what happens to you which is a terribly dangerous message in reality and if we end of were not capable of separating forcible rape from some of these just like dating mishaps it seems to me just like uncomfortable moments on a day if we're not capable of separating those that were doomed than democracy doesn't work you just can't do it because people aren't smart enough to have any kind of nuanced conversation whatsoever you know there are a lot of well intentioned people have just gone crazy over the stuff they've just gotten kennicott up in their own momentum and lost their sense of proportion on the other hand this is also a hell of a lot of virtue signaling and if your main point your main purpose is to show how you two are outraged i'm on the right side of this well several teas of the individual cases they don't matter at all it's all grist for spouting you're you're you're righteousness so a couple people get caught up in.