(left, Camilla Gibb, 46)
Canadian writer, Camilla Gibb tells her Lesbian and feminist activists continue to serve the
"Jian Ghomeshi stories" without mentioning
she's a lesbian and former partner of Ghomeshi's
ex-boss at the CBC.
Illuminati (Masonic Jewish) agenda by poisoning
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
I begin by stating that Jian Ghomeshi is a creep. It's apparent that his BDSM sex games were often not consensual.
I love that the face of CBC Radio -- a "cool" non-threatening minority male-- turned out to be a woman beater!
Ghomeshi has prompted every woman who has received unwanted male attention to cry "harassment" and "abuse."
In fact, the media promotes "coming forward" with these stories as a duty and act of courage. However, there is no comparable campaign aimed at homosexuals who have been abused by other gays, or straight people who have been bullied by homosexuals. (Just as there is no mention of the MH-17 shootdown now that it is clear the Ukrainians did it.)
Heterosexuality is about men making bold overtures to win over women. This is what single women want. Naturally, man-hating lesbians and feminists will portray this as a pathology. An example is Hannah Rosin's viral video of a big breasted Jewish woman, Shoshana "Roberts," fielding compliments from mostly uneducated men on a 10-hour walkabout in Manhattan. At the Illuminati mouthpiece, the Huffington Compost, Michael Laxer, a Canadian socialist, has opined that Ghomeshi represents all men.
Clearly, the agenda is to discredit heterosexuality so more people like Camilla Gibb will become homosexuals. Gays generally have sex but not families. The Illuminati wants the government to eventually take over child breeding, as in Brave New World.
Camilla Gibb's article, "The Gian Ghomeshi Effect- I Plan to Speak Out Now" may be an indication of what's in store. Women will be searching for every time a man offended them. Some of these grievances are legitimate but they refer to a small minority of men. The vast majority of men love women. Our natural instinct is to protect and nurture them.
Gibb, an English-born novelist, begins by confessing she has no "Jian Ghomeshi stories" of her own because at almost his age (47) he preferred younger ladies. She doesn't mention that she's a lesbian, and that might have figured.
"I can tell you I once watched him crowd a very pretty blond woman less than half [Ghomeshi's] age on the street after an awards ceremony. I watched her shrink backward, with some nervous embarrassment as he stepped into that bubble of personal space that keeps us at a comfortable distance from our non-intimates."
He was standing too close to her.
Then, thanks to "the Ghomeshi effect" Gibb tells us she reined in an inebriated male companion who was hitting on a waitress. "Whoa. Down boy, I eventually said. Back to your kennel."
Then Gibb relates some anecdotes that proves "the world is a lot nastier than we're really prepared to accept."
(Camilla Gibb as a younger woman.)
"He is older and established, you are not, so you say nothing to anyone when a teacher puts his tongue in your mouth, as happened to me, or calls you at home when he's masturbating, which also happened, or a photographer grinds the bulge in his pants into your thigh, which happened, too. Instead of saying anything, you change schools. You give up your nascent modelling career. Your choices become dictated and limited by fear."
"And those are just the incidents that happen behind closed doors. You don't tell anyone about the guy who sticks his penis through the fence at you in the schoolyard after hours when you are 7. You feel embarrassed and ashamed and utterly confused and you want so badly to erase it, but there it is in your head, an image still so clear 40 years later."
Then, she recalled the abuse she suffered on the streets of Cairo 25 years ago and the effect it had on her. She seems to think comparing North American men to Egyptians is relevant.
"If women are forced to contort themselves in this way in order to move through both public and private space, who do we become? Diminished and isolated in our own skin, isolated from each other and from the good men in our lives. Afraid not just to speak, but to be."
Obviously, obnoxious and unwelcome behavior by men or women is abhorrent. But there is a bigger agenda at work here. Feminists and lesbians take the behavior of a small minority of men and exaggerate it. They pretend it is characteristic of all men. This is hate, the allowable PC kind. Feminist activists spread fear among women and division between the sexes. This is the age-old agenda of Cabalist (satanist) Jews and Freemasons as they establish their "new world order."
First Comment from Dan:
If you enlarge that photo of Gib at the table, you'll see another piece of information about her that seems to have fallen through the cracks.
From Canada.com 'Star Phoenix', Sept. 18, 2010 --quote--
"Gibb is very pregnant: A striking Renaissance Madonna. Gibb is 42 (now, 46) , "late," she says, to have a child. But the time feels right."
"But things have not unfolded according to plan. After Gibb finally became pregnant, and on the cusp of the dream of family life, her partner, the woman she has been with for nearly a decade,[presumably Heather Conway] abruptly ended the relationship. Gibb was confronted by the daunting and unanticipated prospect of single motherhood (she is due in less than two weeks).
A new scheme is in the works."--unquote --
I don't know that the 'new scheme' was in 2010, but I think we know the current one!
So many schemes, so little time... The photo was taken in 2010 for this article published by National Post on Aug. 19th, 2010. But what happened next? Both articles said she was due in two weeks. Her Wikipedia bio says NOTHING about the pregnancy or what happened to baby.
I did find a short article she published in 2011 title "Memoir". It recounted her "spouse" dumped her when she was 8 weeks pregnant. but never mentions that the "spouse" was a lesbian TV executive. She bought a house, hired a live-in nanny - saying she could afford these things due to her "ex's financial settlement". She has a baby girl, writes of breast feeding and the serene joys of single mothering. The winds up the story with maudlin innuendo of falling in lust with the younger nanny, whom she was helping secure Canadian citizenship. I nearly fell asleep waiting for her to come to her point, but there was no point. As another 2010 article about her random pregnancy said, "Full speed ahead into the unknown".
What's the attraction? I don't understand why this woman is published. Her article 'Jian Ghomeshi effect' is nothing more than using Ghomeshi's photo and name to draw attention to some emasculating remarks she said she quipped in a restaurant to some other effeminate skirt chaser.