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Monday, December 19, 2011


Herman Cain dropped out of the American presidential campaign due to the negative media attention given to the claim by a woman that she had an intimate relationship with him for 13 years. Why did she feel compelled to make that announcement after thirteen years and why was the focus of impropriety on Cain and not her? He didn’t date a married woman. She dated a married man and in her own words, not for love but for sex and money.

Actions like hers have been traditionally viewed as whoredom, and the Cain affair provides an excellent opportunity to address the subject in the context of Western society; however, the focus of this essay will be on the timing of the Cain revelations and the reason for it.

A review of occurrences similar to the Cain affair will show that they follow a certain pattern. Adverse media publicity also affected the career and domestic life of world famous golfer Tiger Woods for his sex relations with porn queens, hookers, and an assortment of groupies. Negative media publicity concerning sexual activity adversely affected the career of then governor of New York Eliot Spitzer. The presidential campaign of Gary Hart came to an abrupt halt when the media publicized his trysts with a single woman. Justice Clarence Thomas’ nomination for the Supreme Court became jeopardized and his reputation tarnished forever when a woman accused him of improper sexual conversation and remarks. John Edwards had to dropout of the 2008 presidential race because of media hounding due to his relationship with a staff member. These men were all at or approaching the peak of their careers.

None of the above men had sexual relationships with married women, nor did they invade the sanctity of someone else’s marriage; nevertheless, their careers and reputations were negatively affected.

The women who had sexual relationships with these men did invade the sanctity of another marriage; they committed adultery and whoredom. They also prospered from their activities. The accusing women appeared on television and radio talk shows, wrote columns for magazines, had their pictures featured in magazines, lectured, and even got jobs. The most flagrant example of a double gender standard occurred in the case of Eliot Spitzer who had to resign from his post in disgrace, while the prostitute he consorted with got a job as a columnist with a New York newspaper.

What motivated these women to have these relationships, why did they step forward and announce their behavior to the world, and why did the media harass and denigrate the men while not even casting negative aspersions towards the women?

The first two parts of this question relate to whoredom; the third part has the most significance for this essay. Why did the media harass and denigrate these men? Why at that critical point in their careers did the media choose to focus a fusillade of criticism at them? Why did it highlight every allegation of impropriety whether substantiated or not? These questions probe the very heart of the moral issue in America and the Western world. The power that controls the media has focused on the destruction of male authority and influence.

Men provide the ethics from which moral behavior derives. No men—no ethics—no ethics—no morals. The subject of morals never arose in the attack on these men. When a society lacks a moral system laws and punishment must be developed to prevent chaos form spreading throughout society. The growth in the number of laws relates to the growth of government and all aspects of law enforcement. The prison population continues to increase and security measures such as inspections, hidden cameras, and the ever present security guards, abound in all facets of society

Government influence has entered into every area of private and public life including the raising of children, form of education, medical practice, licensing of vocations, marriage licenses, incorporation of business and a host of other activities that impinge upon every aspect of daily living.

Examples of government involvement in the lives of Western society abound in my books and previous essays; this essay focuses on the controlling powers in Western society who by working through the media maintain a constant and concerted effort to debase the male.

This effort works through the entertainment media as well as the news media, although the line of distinction between the two has become blurred. In essence all media have become vehicles of entertainment. Talk shows, panel shows, and political analysis all provide entertainment value. Women love gossip, and since the majority of viewers now consist of women, the shows maintain a gossip orientation. The proliferation of women in the media provides a large pool of those who have the capability and motivation to create gossip. Male panelists and journalists now gossip the same as women do—they have all become gossipy entertainers. Gossip permeates sports programs as well.

A reflection on the downfall and/or negative images that accrued to the men mentioned at the outset of this essay will reveal that all of it occurred as the result of gossip. Gossip fueled by well-orchestrated efforts of the media in accordance with the directives of those who control world finance now fells the mighty.

The organizations that the accused men in this article belonged to did not attack, reprimand, censured, or expel them; nor were they subject to litigation other than for possible misuse of funds. These men were brought down by gossip.

Any organization that condones gossip will self-destruct, which is the reason that all female organizations eventually fail. They cannot sustain themselves. The Western world cannot sustain itself; it is based on gossip. Gossip destroys. It destroyed Herman Cain.


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