Report on Rolling Stone Rape Hoax Released

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 6, 2015


The report on the Rolling Stone rape hoax has been released.

New York Times:

Rolling Stone magazine retracted its article about a brutal gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity after the release of a report on Sunday that concluded the widely discredited piece was the result of failures at every stage of the process.

The report, published by the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and commissioned by Rolling Stone, said the magazine failed to engage in “basic, even routine journalistic practice” to verify details of the ordeal that the magazine’s source, identified only as Jackie, described to the article’s author, Sabrina Rubin Erdely.

On Sunday, Ms. Erdely, in her first extensive comments since the article was cast into doubt, apologized to Rolling Stone’s readers, her colleagues and “any victims of sexual assault who may feel fearful as a result of my article.”

In an interview discussing Columbia’s findings, Jann S. Wenner, the publisher of Rolling Stone, acknowledged the piece’s flaws but said that it represented an isolated and unusual episode and that Ms. Erdely would continue to write for the magazine. The problems with the article started with its source, Mr. Wenner said. He described her as “a really expert fabulist storyteller” who managed to manipulate the magazine’s journalism process. When asked to clarify, he said that he was not trying to blame Jackie, “but obviously there is something here that is untruthful, and something sits at her doorstep.”

This is one of the biggest journalistic hoaxes in several decades, and it speaks to the larger hoax of “White rapists” being a thing.

Of course, White rapists do exist, but so do talking dogs.

Western society has forwarded a gigantic and purposeful distortion of reality by pushing the idea that there is some sort of “rape culture.” The conspiracy of “rape culture” caters to delusions of an allegedly victimized group in the same way that the “White privilege” conspiracy theory caters to the delusions of an allegedly victimized group.

So the relevance of one of the biggest journalistic hoaxes in recent memory being a hoax to push the “rape culture” theory cannot be overstated.

We do have a rape culture in Western countries, but it is non-White culture. Blacks and Moslems.

This is what actual rape looks like.
This is what actual rape looks like.  Moslems do it.

The media distorts the reality of this by refusing to acknowledge race, and referring to Blacks and Moslems who commit rape simply as “men.” They also distort it with these “new rape” concepts, which are “statutory rape” (when a fully developed but under the age of 16 – in some states under the age of 18 – voluntarily has sex with a man over the age of 18) and “date rape” (when a girl gets drunk and has sex with a guy and then claims if she wasn’t drunk she wouldn’t have done it). Though both of these new forms of rape are perhaps socially inappropriate, they are not actually “rape” in the sense of a man forcing himself on a woman against her will.

This entire problem is a result of feminism, and the rearranging of society to cater to the emotions of women. Talking about it as if it is real then reinforces their nutty emotional belief that there is a wide-ranging conspiracy against them by all men.

So, next time you hear some feminist talking about “rape culture,” remember the Rolling Stone UV hoax. And also remember the flat-out refusal of these same fear-mongering feminists to address the real rape culture, which is the culture of non-Whites.