Recently, the mainstream media went on a smearing campaign for Black actor/director Nate Parker, who has a revolutionary new film coming out called the Birth Of A Nation. The mainstream media started to over-publicize a false rape charge that was thrown at Nate Parker by a suspected white supremacist female back in 1999 when Parker was a college student. Parker went to trial over the false charge and the jury acquitted him. Yet the media (with the help of a group of handpicked Black writers and bloggers who act as minions for the white supremacist media outlets) still went on a smear campaign labeling Parker a rapist even though he was found not guilty.
It’s very interesting that media outlets will use a Black man- who was found not guilty of rape- as the poster child for sexual assault injustices. Yet in the past few years alone, there have been dozens of white males who have actually been convicted of rape, yet they still avoid jail time. The only explanation for this is that we live in a system of white supremacy where people who are classified as white will always get systematic advantages over those classified as non-white. This is why the mainstream media, as well as many feminist and women’s organizations, are generally quiet about these “injustices” where white males are involved.
Here is a partial list of some of the most notable cases in the past couple of years where white male rapists were convicted of rape (many of them even plead guilty to the crimes) yet they still avoided jail time (and in many cases,media scrutiny) :
David Becker had been charged with two counts of rape and one count of indecent assault and battery, but a judge gave him probation so that Becker “could enjoy a college experience.”
Brock Turner was recently convicted of rape and received a slap on the wrist.
Rodriguez worked as a school bus driver and was charged with raping one of the students from the school. His rape sentence was suspended and he received 10 years probation.
Austin James Wilkerson
After Wilkerson’s rape conviction, he was sentenced to 20 years probation.
Austin Smith Clem
Austin Smith Clem raped a teenager three times. His punishment: supervision and probation.
Chester Thompson was a Syracuse police officer who raped a Black woman, and after his conviction he was given three years probation.
Daniel Ryerson is former Air Force cadet convicted of raping a fellow cadet while the two attended a party in Boulder in 2014. He was convicted and sentenced for the rape — but was spared a prison term for the crime.
David Wise was sentenced to home detention after his rape conviction in 2014.
Dr. Jeffrey Joel Abrams
San Diego doctor Jeffrey Joel Abrams plead guilty to raping several of this female patients while they were unconscious, yet a judge suspended his jail sentence and ordered him to do one year house arrest.
John Enochs, from suburban Chicago, was charged with raping two women, but he was allowed to make a plea deal and he will serve one year of probation and no jail time.
Robert H. Richards
Richards, who is the heir to the Du Pont chemical fortune, admitted in court to raping his three year old daughter, but avoided jail time because the judge in his case said that Richards “would not fare well in prison.”