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Harvey Weinstein Conviction: The Beginning of the real #MeToo ?

Harvey Weinstein AnitaHill image- thewrap.com

Harvey Weinstein AnitaHill image- thewrap.com

I’ve argued the  #MeToo movement was organic in its beginning with abused women breaking out of their programming and standing up against their abusers, which is chronologically consistent with the historical trends in human behaviour and helio- geo- physical changes. The #MeToo movement had largely been taken over by Third-Wave Feminists and globalist players who tried to misused the momentum to complain about men in general, “mansplaining”, “implicit biases”and “unconscious suppression of women”. Some were promoting the doctrine of ” believe all women” demanding to convict any accused men without a trial. Now, we are seeing the first major powerful sex offender convicted to – possibly – decades of prison time with more actual offenders to go down.

Anita Hill Says Harvey Weinstein Conviction Is ‘Only the Beginning’

the wrap.com  | February

Anita Hill on Monday added her voice to the many other women who spoke out about Harvey Weinstein’s guilty verdict, saying that although many deem it as a victory for the #MeToo movement, it’s “only the beginning.”

A New York jury on Monday found Weinstein guilty of third-degree rape and a first-degree criminal sexual act, ending a months-long criminal trial in Manhattan that focused on the testimonies of six women who accused him of sexual assault. He could face up to 29 years in prison.

“Today’s verdict in the Weinstein case is a clarion call of justice for the countless women whose voices have been suppressed in workplaces throughout society,” Hill said. “The Hollywood Commission’s mission does not end with the long overdue prosecution of Mr. Weinstein. Our goal of guaranteeing a safe work environment throughout the entertainment community remains more important than ever.”

She continued, “We must continue to develop policies and practices that make systemic change permanent and to foster a culture that reflects such change. It is our hope that more district attorneys will rethink which cases they present for trial and provide appropriate critical expert witness testimony to support those cases. Though one conviction is only the beginning, the Hollywood Commission views the Weinstein verdict as a strong statement to our industry that when we honor the voices of survivors progress is possible.”

Weinstein was handcuffed and remanded into custody after the verdict was handed down but was transferred to Bellevue Hospital instead of his original destination of Rikers Island, Weinstein’s spokesperson Juda Engelmayer, told CNN’s Chloe Melas. He was ordered into custody until his sentencing on March 11.

Hill was appointed to lead the Hollywood Commission in 2017. Hill came to prominence in 1991 for testifying during Justice Clarence Thomas’s Senate confirmation hearings that he had sexual harassed her in the workplace.

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  1. The main thing to consider, is that the accusers are professional ‘liars’ !
    They are actresses, who spend their lives pretending to be someone else, and doing it very convincingly.
    At his conviction, Weinstein is reported to have said, ”I’m innocent, I’m innocent. How can this happen in America?”
    For an answer, look no further than Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange!
    ‘Innocence is no excuse.’

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