The Great University of Virginia (UVA) Rape Hoax, Jackie Coakley, Rolling Stone and Sabrina Rubin Erdely

Stop what you’re doing for a minute and listen. Can you hear that? Listen for a shrill, high pitched whine. Even if you are deep within the Amazon rainforest or high atop Mount Everest I bet you can hear it, if ever so slightly. Do you know what it is? That is the screech of feminist social justice warrior (SJWs) wailing at the top of their lungs “victim blaming” or whatever their latest drivel du jour happens to be. They are attempting to drown out the facts of the UVA rape hoax and to demonize the few journalists that are actually reporting on all the facts of this case.

The sane among us may be confused as to why the perpetrator of a hoax that severely damaged the reputation of an entire university, the nationwide fraternity Phi Kappa Psi and its members would be still be referred to as a victim but they are simply not up to date on the latest “Newspeak” dictated by the sexual grievance industry and feminist social justice warriors. You see, Jackie (Jacqueline) Coakley is still a victim, she just mixed up her facts or forgot a few details. She bears no responsibility for any of this. Rolling Stone bears all the blame as stated by this commenter on a New York Times article detailing the shoddy “journalism” done by Rolling Stone’s writers and editors.

Adam in Tampa writes:

Blaming the source is ridiculous and a deflection. She may be dishonest, I have no idea, but there are lots of dishonest people in the world, and they don’t all get major publications to treat rape accusations the way Rolling Stone did. The fault here rests entirely with Rolling Stone for how it acted upon being introduced to said unreliable source.

Can you swallow that? Jackie Coakley bears no responsibility whatsoever for this hoax and the blame lies entirely with Rolling Stone Managazine even though she lied about nearly every single detail of her account and this may not even be the first time she’s done it!

Now, don’t get me wrong, Rolling Stone does have a great deal of responsibility here and they should be punished severely in the free market and in the civil courts. Every writer and editor that touched this story should be fired immediately starting with Sabrina Rubin Erdely but, that said, Jackie Coakley certainly deserves at least fifty percent of the blame. What kind of upside down world do we live in where someone can falsely accuse others of a crime, cause a national media circus, destroy the reputation of hundreds of people and waste mountains of public money on an investigation that is nothing more than a witch hunt and still be called a victim? In what world can you publicly tarnish the reputation of so many people with total lies and fabrications while still expecting to have some kind of right to privacy and a victim status? WTF!?!

This is serious business, lives and reputations get ruined and people can go to jail. In the case of false rape accusations, the victims are the accused and the accuser is the criminal, not the other way around.

From the beginning this case reeked of Tawana Brawley and the Duke Lacrosse scandal. In almost 30 years, it seems the media still hasn’t learned. Or perhaps they just don’t want to learn. It seems that they have an agenda to push and facts be damned. They want to sell us this “rape culture” bullshit but what we really have in the west is a “false rape culture” and “false rape statistics culture” which has been demonstrated time and time again.

Moving right along, let’s examine another comment on the same New York Times article where some mental defective in Canada opines that “the story of an environment conducive to rape” is a “more important part of the article” than “the actual facts” and that only mistake Rolling Stone made was not telling us that it’s just a fictional story.

DSS in Ottawa writes:

They made one simple mistake. If the author or editor had said; “This is the story of rape meant to show you the dark side of campus life. The events that transpired, true or not, illustrate that rapes on campus can and do happen and will continue unless we do something about it.” This shifts the emphasis of the story on an environment conducive to rape (allowed to exist on campuses), not the actual facts, which I think is the more important part of the article.

The patients are truly running the asylum in the western world, “facts don’t matter as long as it’s a good story”. Need I reiterate that this so called “environment conducive to rape” is as much a fantasy as the UVA rape hoax itself?

The Bureau of Justice Statistics’ “Violent Victimization of College Students” report tells a different and more plausible story about campus culture. During the years surveyed, 1995-2002, the DOJ found that there were six rapes or sexual assaults per thousand per year. Across the nation’s four million female college students, that comes to about one victim in forty students. Other DOJ statistics show that the overall rape rate is in sharp decline: since 1995, the estimated rate of female rape or sexual assault victimizations has decreased by about 60 percent.

You know what really is an environment conducive to rape? Prison! Prison is an environment conducive to rape, not American Universities!

More men are raped in the U.S. than woman, according to figures that include sexual abuse in prisons. In 2008, it was estimated 216,000 inmates were sexually assaulted while serving time, according to the Department of Justice figures.

Here are literally hundreds of thousands of real actual rape victims but feminist social justice warriors ingore this completely along with most of the media. Why? It’s not about the facts it’s about the story. (Oh and the victims are men, so you know, they deserve it).

I would like to leave readers with one final thought, at issue here is an information war and the utterly insane feminist social justice warriors along with their storm troopers in the media are winning. Until fairly recently trying to find out “what is Jackie’s real name?” or “who is Jackie UVA rape case?” with a Google search was quite difficult. Even though this case has been thoroughly exposed as a total fabrication even by blatantly liberal publications like the New York Times and New York Magazine it is not easy to find out who was behind the hoax.

Inexplicably, virtually all mainstream media sources are still hiding the identity of this fraud, Jackie Coakley. How can that be? Isn’t a false report of a crime a crime in and of itself? Aren’t there still any penalties for libel and defamation, particularly in such a public venue as the international media? Reading through many of the reports on the unraveling of this case it seems like it should be child’s play to identify “Jackie”. Her friends are identified, what student organizations she’s involved with are identified, that she is still a student at the University of Virgina is mentioned. Why hasn’t “Jackie” been outed? Well, as previously mentioned, she has been outed by real actual journalist Charles C Johnson… back in December. His reports, until recently, were just buried under mountains and mountains of mainstream media hand wringing over irrelevant side issues and the fringe feminist social justice warrior whackjobs attacking him instead of the perpetrator of the hoax, Jackie Coakely (and it looks like they were wrong again even on the side issue they raised).

I implore readers to plaster the net with the name Jackie Coakley. Use the hash tag #JackieCoakley, write blog articles about Jackie Coakely and contextually link to other honest articles about Jackie Coakley. Make her a poster child for false rape accusations world wide. Demonstrate to these sociopathic feminist, liberal social justice warriors that from now on there will be real penalties and consequences for false rape accusations. If you destroy someones reputation by falsely accusing them, your reputation too will be destroyed when the truth comes out. I sincerely hope that the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, The University of Virginia and anyone else who had their reputation harmed will demand the jobs everyone at Rolling Stone who had a hand in this and will sue both Jackie Coakely and Rolling Stone into the poor house. Sane peoples of the western world, it is time to set a precedent on false rape allegations!

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  • Archimedes

    Mr. Pfister, Excellent article. The Rolling Stone piece was always a hoax. “Jackie” was raped on a bed of glass…if this were true, she would have suffered great blood loss, but she never went to the hospital, which is 5 blocks away.

  • Rick Martin

    Excellent article! Thank you for writing it!

  • ProudlyUnaffiliated

    The comments at the NYT article were really wacked, glad you picked one of the perfectly idiotic ones to illustrate this.

    After living though the Duke Lacrosse rape hoax and its apparent resolution where the key perpetrator of the lie, Crystal Mangum, was not prosecuted out of sympathy for her “victimization”– we got to follow her life unfolding as she assaulted two people and one died. She became a psychopathic murderer.

    And we still have people pushing the narrative that there was a Duke Lacrosse rape/attack.

    Given her track record thus far, one wonders what Jackie Coakely will go on to “accomplish” in life.

    • And now there is a new one: The Duke “hot chocolate” rape. What are the odds this one is going to be fake too? I see the university is doing the old “guilty until proven innocent” routine on the fraternity this time too. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/duke-university-suspends-alpha-delta-phi-fraternity-amid-rape-investigation/

      • ProudlyUnaffiliated

        The thing to bear in mind wrt Duke Lacrosse: all of the people who brought that portion of the rush to judgement are either still in place or have moved to another university and gotten a promotion.

        In other words, all set to do it again. Maybe this is the next rape hoax at Duke but, if not, anticipate it coming as there is nothing in place to prevent it.

        They learned nothing from the Lacrosse rape hoax because they didn’t have to, though the University paid out untold tens of millions of dollars, a weeks income from their hospitals.

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