False Accusations: What is your first line of defense?

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  • #661432
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    Frey
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    There’s a lot of topics and stories about complete and total domination over law and justice by women over men; and one of the most unsettling topics i’ve read up on are false accusations.

    I wanted to bring up two examples of the matter:

    1. Laws have been passed in California that effectively remove statute of limitations on the majority if not all sexual harrassment claims. Given there is little to no penalty for those that file these claims, it is appropriate to say that there is little to no risk of filing a false charge.

    http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-sac-california-sex-crimes-stanford-cosby-bills-20160930-snap-htmlstory.html

    2. Meanwhile on the otherside of the world in Japan, there has been a recent rise on a type of insurance that protects against false accusations based on groping. The matter that needs to be understood here is that many Japanese people often use subways as opposed to cars for traditional transportation. The result is that these train cars get very crowded and people are often pushed against each other in multiple occasions during a typical route.

    The problem here starts where women have been increasingly claiming false groping charges against men for simply bumping into each other, and often times, the men in these scenereos have little to no defense against these legal fights. Thus, recently these insurance programs have been popping up to help japanese and even foreign men fend off the fees needed to defend themselves for these legal suits.

    http://www.newsweek.com/demand-insurance-against-false-groping-claims-surges-japan-619625

    What that means is as a man, is that we are now more vulnrable than ever, and this is only going to grow more problematic. It’s naive to believe that this sort of thing is only happening “there” and won’t ever happen where you are, these issues show no signs of yielding and will only grow in the future.

    That being said, there are methods and precautions that can be taken before and during these circumstances to prepare or avoid the worst.

    One of my favorite tactics is a preventive one, it is one that I’ve used all of my life as a byproduct of my own introversion, which is to simply use earbuds in public. They’re subtle enough where they won’t attract a golddigger’s attention, and they’re evident enough to shut down most if not all initiations of conversation.

    What are some preventive and reductive measures that you use or would suggest?

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

    #661436
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    Anonymous
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    False Accusations: What is your first line of defense?

    BODY CAM

    DASH CAM

    CCTV

    Eye witnesses in my favor!

    #661437
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    Stealth
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    First line defenses that come to mind are:
    Silence.
    Lawyer up.
    Mgtow.

    I could see Man insurance being a new product that hits the market, and perhaps is then required like Obamacare.

    "Once you’ve taken care of the basics, there’s very little in this world for which your life is worth deferring." -David Hansson. "It’s not when women are mean or nasty that anything is out of the ordinary. It’s when they are NICE to you that you have to be on high alert..." -Jackinov.

    #661448
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    Nagolbud
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    Awareness and honesty man. Something similar happened to me. A girl tried to get a stalking charge placed on me because she lied to her boyfriend that I was just a stalker. I told the cops what really happened and he asked me to describe her house… I described everything to a T including the bathroom and her bedroom. She was caught lying and I never heard back from the police again.

    Bitch was married and pregnant 3 months later to a DIFFERENT dude.

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    #661456
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    Skelator
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    #661461
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    Nagolbud
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    Also, why the f~~~ are you still living in the USA, let alone California. My bro’s I live off like 500 bucks a month in Latin America and there are no laws like that. 😀

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    #661464
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    Frey
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    Also, why the f~~~ are you still living in the USA, let alone California. My bro’s I live off like 500 bucks a month in Latin America and there are no laws like that. 😀

    I don’t live in California, but the stories are at and around every corner of any other state. UK is looking pretty bad too, ontop of all the refugees that they decided to let in.

    500 bucks a month. Man that sounds nice. Sorry to say, I have too many ties in the states for me to leave. Anonymity and a good defense strategy is about as good as my options get…

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

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    Frey
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    Eye witnesses in my favor!

    To add onto that…

    I also remember reading somewhere that a lot of white collars are begining to set company rules about conversing and meeting with female employees.

    The main points they made were
    1. Always have a witness when conversing or meeting with female employees. Under no circumstances can she be with an employee of the opposite sex in an enclosed environment without a third person.
    2. Minimize all unnecesary conversation with women in general.

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

    #661489
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    K
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    never ever be alone w a female.
    always have witness’s .
    i like to start coughing towards them,
    mid sentence.
    hack up a f~~~ing lung and spit it out.
    if they start talking again,
    repeat as necessary.

    ..

    #661495
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    Hmskl'd
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    What are some preventive and reductive measures that you use or would suggest?

    The same advice that any attorney would give their client .. and this is actually preventive in may ways:

    The advice would be “if you are ever accused .. to say nothing” and acknowledge nothing. Zero, naught and no expressions or gestures of any kind .. nothing. Saying nothing to a false accusation will reward you many fold .. a thousand fold. Then ..
    Let an attorney do all the talking.

    #661496
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    Anonymous
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    Nothing is going to happen unless you are either one of those PUA dweebs or an MRA or simp. If you are an MGTOW ghost, you will just get completely overlooked, and women will target one of those other groups.

    Dudes trying to go for pump and dump and patting themselves on the back always get slammed eventually.

    #661529
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    Ghost
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    Stay away from women, period. There is no upside to being around them. If you do get falsely accused of something, which is doubtful, you should maintain your silence and have your attorney draft a crippling defamation suit. No one will mess with you after that.

    #661663
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    Bstoff
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    —Also, why the f~~~ are you still living in the USA, let alone California. My bro’s I live off like 500 bucks a month in Latin America and there are no laws like that.

    I can’t wait to leave the US.

    Soon.

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