In the interests of disclosure, I am on very friendly terms with Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee. They know that my writing is embarrassingly bad, that I have the tremendous ego enough to think that I am in the same class as the legendary, one and only, Eli Cross, despite having not a fraction of Mr. Cross' talent. Despite this and despite the fact that we disagree on a LOT of things (I am a conservative, they are not; they are atheists, I am not), they very kindly invited me to write on their ProblematicPeople.com. I also have corresponded with both Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee in private. They are both very polite, kind and considerate people, something you would not know if you derive your entire concept of them from their YouTubes personas.
Recently, Wooly shut down her YouTubes. This is tragic. Wooly, you see--if you can actually see and not look to fit whatever you see into the official line of your side, whichever side that might be--is fair and balanced, just like professional newsman Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes. The best evidence of this is the following video if hers mirrored by Michea B. In this video, Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee interview a woman who was stalked by the mob of a YouTubes god-in-his-own-mind/professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray imitator for wearing a feminist t-shirt.
At one point, Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee asked the interviewee what she thought about Julie Bindel, the tone of Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee's voices indicating beyond a reasonable doubt that they have nothing but contempt for Bindel, as does the interviewee. This is far from the first time Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee have condemned Bindel. In fact, in their videos, they also routinely condemned Kristi Winters. These latter videos are now publicly unavailable, but the video above clearly shows that, although Wooly is no longer an "anti-Feminist" as such, she still does not support extreme social justice jihadist feminism in any manner.
I understand Wooly's position because I also am no longer an anti-feminist. In my case, that is not because I have suddenly come to accept feminist dogma. This is because, last year, as I explained in this entry, it was NOT Lauren Southern, the Honey-doo-doos,, John Da Ogre, Roosh V, Davis Aurini or Paul Elam who got Jian Ghomeshi acquitted from Trailer Park Bhoys regular and social justice jihadist Lucy DeCouter.e's false sexual assault allegations, but rather a self-identifying feminist lawyer named Me Marie Henein. In the Ghomeshi case, the anti-feminists did what they did best, YouTubesing. This did not help Ghomeshi in court. A feminist did.
So, now, why did Wooly shut down her YouTubes? Long story short, she got into a big indaba on the YouTubes with some Barry Mackenzie genre of ocker--we'll call him Barry da Ocker, or Barry Ocker, for short--who burst onto the anti-SJW scene long after Jordan Owen, the former Dean of the Anti-SJW corps, put out The Sarkeesian Effect. "What is an ocker, much less a Barry da Ocker?", you ask. Let me explain.
In ANZAC's Long Shadow: The Cost Of Our National Obsession and in Invading Australia, Australian Panzeraufklärungs officer Captain James Brown and historian Peter Stanley respectively explain that a Barry da Ocker is the type of Australian who wanders around without pants or underwear, saluting only those officers he cares to salute and not showing up to any parade unless it is payday, all in commemoration of Gallipoli and the mythical "Battle of Australia," which Captain Brown shows does an immense disservice to the current Australian military, which is not engaged in Douglas Porch/Gian Gentile-approved Gallipoli-style operations. Of note, Peter Stanley routinely gets called the derogatory ad hom "pommie" (Australian for people from the Mother Country) for pointing this out, despite the fact that he was only born in the Mother Country, and moved to Australia when he was ten, which makes calling him a "pommie" as sensical as calling Queen Victoria "German." If reading is not your thing, they made a documentary which explores the Barry da Ocker phylum in some depth.
Long story short, a Barry da Ocker is the kind of Australian who goes to Europe and America and tells all the girlies that he lives in the Outback on nothing but roo meat when, in reality, four out of five Australians live near the coasts.
Now, some would say I am hypocritical for condemning the Barry da Ocker phenotype the same way I condemn the professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonator phenotype, the Edward G. Robinson/George Raft outer-boro hoodlum phenotype and the Trailer Park Bhoys phenotype. They would say this because two of my favourite Australian actors, Rod Mullinar and Jack Thompson appeared in plenty of Ocker-filims. Yes, they did. They also both appeared in the best Australian filim of all time, Breaker Morant, where both showed a strong capacity for behaving in a way other than that of the Barry da Ocker phenotype, and where Mr. Mullinar showed that he can speak Nice, Normal Person English (a skill which, admittedly, is rare amongst Canadians, Wooly, Tatiana Maslany, Ksenia Solo and Jonathan Frid being among the minority who have this ability.) Mr. Thompson spoke Australian throughout the filim, but he had the gaw-damned common courtesy to do so gracefully and without copious references to Fosters, shrimps, barbies and Bondi Beach. Barry da Ocker has nothing at all in common with the Rod Mullinar and Jack Thompson of Breaker Morant. And I can damn well guarantee that the Barry da Ocker in question here is most certainly NOT Mark Donaldson, Ben Roberts-Smith or Daniel Keighran. In other words, the Barry da Ocker in question is the kind of Australian that decent Australians regard in exactly the same light that I regard professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonators, Edward G. Robinson/George Raft outer-boro hoodlum impersonators and Trailer Park Bhoys type--which is to say as a national embarrassment. This particular Barry da Ocker is the type of Australian who is likely to get bounced for trying to crash a party at Gina Rinehart's home.
So, Barry da Ocker being explained thoroughly, let me turn to Wooly and what the myths the YouTubes gods-in-their-own-minds "skeptics" are tossing around about her.
First let me start with an observation that is valid. Since the election of Donald Trump, both Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee have shifted their focus to anti-alt-right commentary. I disagree with them on the nature of the alt-right in terms of its actual power, but I completely understand where they are coming from, something Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonators and Barry da Ocker types may be unable to. In Britain, UKIP and the BNP are marginal parties, having fewer seats at Westminister than the Ulster Unionist Party, a legitimate conservative party. In Australia, the Barry da Ocker Australia First Party does not even have any seats in Parliament. In Québec, however, the white nationalist Parti Québecois is the official opposition and the equally white nationalist Coalition Avenir Québec is the second largest opposition party, and, together, the PQ and the CAQ command 63% of the Québecois vote, the Liberals, with 21% of the Québecois vote, only being in power because they have the full support of the Canadian community in Québec. The PQ tried to have Beatles legend Paul McCartney declared persona non grata because he is English, tried to ban Sikh boys from playing soccer and tried to ban Jewish doctors from wearing the yarmulke. Current PQ leader Jean-François Lisée seeks to exceed Stephen Bannon by restricting immigration to Québec to Europeans, and CAQ leader François Legault ferociously competes with Lisée for the white nationalist vote by also calling for Trump-like immigration limits.
So, I can see why Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee would view the Trump election and the attendant legitimisation of the alt-right as a burning concern. However, I disagree with them in my analysis of the capabilities of the American alt-right, and I have openly said so on ProblmeticPeople.com, without being censored in any way by either Wooly or Mr. Bumblebee. See
this entries on Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee's ProblematicPeople.com. Now, if Wooly actually was "blocking everyone who disagrees with her," do you think she would have allowed me to publish no less than SIX articles on her site wherein my position is diametrically opposed to hers? What is more, both Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee have seen my entries on AkkadianTimes.com wherein I continue to point out the American alt-right's lack of organisation and infrastructure, specifically here, here and here. They have not blocked/shunned me for expressing these opinions which are the polar opposites of theirs on this matter. Nor is this the first time they have not objected to me having a different opinion, specifically in ProblematicPeople.com entries on the matters of policing and race, specifically
Now, here is a question for all the YouTubes "skeptic" gods-in-their-own-minds/professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray imitators and Barry da Ockers. If Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee actually were people intolerant of persons with non-standard-issue SJW views, would they have allowed someone to post, not one, not two, not three, but rather fully thirteen entries diametrically opposing their positions on their very own website? If anything, that Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee permit such a volume of strong disagreement indicates that they are, in reality, fair and balanced. This may be an alien concept to professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray imitators and Barry da Ockers, but it is still practiced by professional (i.e., non-YouTubes, non-Page Three/Breitbarts/Buzzfeed) journalists like Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes, who was very well-respected by arch-conservative William F. Buckley, who, sectarian as he was, was able to speak Nice, Normal Person English whereas Donald Trump, like Leah Remini, Vince Russo and Shoe0nhead, sounds like and Edward G. Robinson/George Raft outer-boro hoodlum every time he opens his mouth.
So, now onto a couple of particulars.
The years-old indaba with organised Mens' Rights Activists
Many Ronnie and Reggie Kray imitators dismiss Wooly's referral to her blog entry on this matter simply because it comes from Wooly. This means they have not read the blog entry in question, which shows the actual documentation. One can assail Wooly's impartiality all one likes, but any professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonator who cannot conclusively disprove the authenticity of the actual documents in that blog entry is simply being like all those who facilitated Ronnie and Reggie Kray, which is to say bent.
Why Wooly has not released the police report/Why did Wooly present only a redacted version of the email threat
I do not have any first-hand information as to why this is. However, I am familiar with the various police corps in Wooly's jurisidication, so a couple of points on this.
- Me little Ronnie and Reggie Kray imitators and Barry da Ockers, I know you are of little ken, but ENGLISH IS NOT THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IN WOOLY'S JURISDICTION! She could release the police report, but it STILL would not do you any good since most of you Brexit-supporting, anti-EU semi- and quasi-literates can only read English.
- As to Wooly releasing part, but not the entirety of, the e-mail and the speculation that this will "compromise the investigation" since "the first thing the peelers tell you is not to talk about it publicly," you assume peelers operate identically the world over. THEY DO NOT. In Canada and Québec, police have a very long history of selectively releasing certain extremely sensitive aspects of certain details while keeping other extremely selective aspects of said details to themselves. They do this for strategic reasons. In Québec particularly, there is a newspaper Photo Police, and a journalist, Claude Poirier, who specialise in public stenography on behalf of the various police corps. Now, admittedly, you have to have a special skillset beyond that of an ordinary Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonator/Barry da Ocker to understand what Photo Police and M. Poirier say. It involves linguistics skills, and Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonators and Barry da Ockers cannot even speak English properly, so it is entirely reasonable to conclude that expecting them to understand a foreign language is akin to expecting an elephant to wipe his ass.
- As to Wooly not sharing details with the Barry da Ocker in question, said Barry da Ocker is ignorant of his own country's police. There was a case wherein Canadian police had to cooperate with Barry da Ocker's police force. Some details as to how that "cooperation" turned out in reality:
- "The RCMP’s strategy, as described to the Lindhouts in Amanda’s book, was to “wrangle, coddle, apply pressure and offer vague assurances” to free Amanda and Nigel. Meanwhile, within the first week, Australian Federal Police agents asked how much money the Brennans could free up in 24 hours."
So, yeah, I can see why the RCMP would have questions about the capabilities of Barry da Ocker's police force, and I can see why Canadians in general would as well.
Comparisons of Wooly to Kristi Winters/Professor Moriarty
In her now publicly unavailable videos, Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee severely criticsed Winters on several occasions. They did express their view that Moriarty's departure from the public sphere was unfortunate. This is not because Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee agree with Moriarty. This is because Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee are, just like Scott Pelley, fair and balanced.
That being said, Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee are North Americans. As such, they do not readily pick up on cues that would tell them exactly what kind of person they are dealing with when they interact with people from across the Atlantic. For example, they have taken on YouTubes gods-in-their-own-minds/professional Ronnie and Reggie Kray impersonators without having detected that the latter's Ronnie and Reggie Kray accents shows the latter to be the filth, the absolute dregs of English society, and not persons that civilised people should socialise with. 99% of English YouTubes atheists/skeptics sound nothing at all like the Englishmen you see on Masterpiece Theatre. This is entirely a matter of choice as the case of Bernie Ecclestone shows. That 99% of English YouTubes atheist/skeptics willingly sound like Ronnie and Reggie Kray (and Vinnie Jones and Amy Winehouse) indicates a lackadaisical attitude towards rampant, intergenerational, lifestyle criminality at best and it assuredly does not rule out the possibility that these English YouTubes atheists/skeptics are part of the Krays' successor organisations when out of public view.
In that manner, it is possible that Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee did not pick up that Moriarty, despite his proclamations of being an atheist, is actually a cultural Roman Catholic. When Moriarty's blog was up, he responded to a post in such a manner that it was clear beyond a doubt that he is very well aware of who Gerry Adams and Sinn Fein/IRA are. In other words, Moriarty's disappearance, coming as it did very close to the dissolution of the SF-DUP power-sharing government in Stormont, could also plausibly be explained by domestic factors rather than by YouTubes factors. This is something even English YouTubesers may have missed. Sargon continually says that "religion is not a political issue in Britain," which indicates that he is ignorant of the fact that the fundamentalist DUP and SF-IRA have formed the government in Stormont for nearly a decade.