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Chief of Police Jean-Michel Blais And Halifax CA Sexual Assault Poster Debate

Chief of Police Jean-Michel Blais And Halifax CA Sexual Assault Poster DebateJean-Michel Blais is the Chief of Police in Halifax CA who’s department recently became involved in a dispute with a local Men’s rights activist group after the group displayed parody posters of the “Don’t Be That Guy” anti-rape and sexual assault campaign with their own “Don’t Be That Girl” posters and used official logos of the Halifax CA police department and other sponsors and supporters of the “Don’t Be That Guy” initiative. As of this writing, the Halifax CA police department along with other groups are considering legal actions against the group for publicly displaying the posters with their alleged copyrighted material on it because it gives the impression that the police department supports the posters. Additionally, many anti-rape, sexual assault, and anti-violence Women’s groups are in a complete uproar over the Men’s rights group use of parody and are publicly calling out the Men’s rights group on social media. The Halifax CA police department, which is likely endorsed by Chief Jean-Michel Blais, issued a statement recently on a government website advocating that Men can end rape, sexual assault, and violence against women.

Don't be that guy

 

Read this 2014 APA report on sexual violence

 

Examples from the “Don’t be that guy” initiative:

“Just because she is drinking, does not mean she wants sex”

“Just because she isn’t saying no, does not mean she is saying yes”

“Just because you help her home, does not mean you can help yourself”

“Just because she is drunk, does not mean she wants to f**k”

Examples from the “Don’t be that girl” campaign:

“Just because you regret a one night stand, does not mean it wasn’t consensual”

“Just because it is your kid, does not mean it is your punching bag”

“Just because it is your baby, does not mean it belongs in the trash”

“Just because there is a demand, does not mean you have to offer” – in regards to prostitution

Culturally, the “Don’t be that guy” examples probably do not come across as offensive because as a society we are conditioned to see sexual assault as only male on female issue and a male on child issue. And as men, we are conditioned to protect women even though feminism says they don’t need protecting – they are equal and gender is a social construct.

In the second set of examples from the “Don’t be that girl” initiative, most find it deeply disturbing to call out women for engaging in illegal acts such as prostitution, violence and death against children, and false allegations of rape even though it happens every day.

We do not think that any of these issues have a gender argument, but if feminist organizations want to call out men for issues, why can’t Men’s rights groups do it for females? And why is Chief Blais and the Halifax CA police engaging in sexual politics rather than ending ALL rape, sexual assault, and violence?

Officially, we are taking the following official stance on the dust up between Men’s Rights Group and Women’s Rights Groups as it relates to the Halifax CA poster incident:

  • Men’s rights Halifax should have never used official logos of other organizations without their consent.
  • We believe the “Don’t be that girl” campaign was in no way mocking rape, sexual assault, or violence against women, trivializing it, or suggesting that it isn’t a problem. The campaign very graphically and in your face style pointing out that rape, sexual assault, and violence is an issue that men and women (along with boys and girls) experience and the “Don’t be that guy” campaign is more about feminist dogma, ideology, political gain, as well as financial gain being driven to feminist only organizations than ending these issues.
  • We believe that Chief of Police Jean-Michel Blais, the Halifax CA police department, the “Don’t be that guy” campaign, and other feminist groups have non-verbally condoned rape, sexual assault, and violence against men and boys, and girls where the perpetrator is a female.
  • We believe that when boys and men are raped and assaulted by females, they will remember the police chief’s words and be more likely to let it continue in silence because of the conditioning that only men rape and commit violence.
  • Feminist are now purposefully trying to gain the upper hand on the narrative surrounding this debate by saying that Men’s Rights Halifax was calling all women prostitutes, baby killers, thieves, and false accusers when the purpose of the posters was nothing more than a gender swap pointing out how feminist want all men to be rapist and domestic offenders.

Chief of Police Jean-Michel Blais And The Halifax CA Police Department Engaging In Sexual Politics Rather Than Fighting Crime?

As stated earlier, we do not think that men and women are committing rape, sexual assault, and violence – criminals are. And any use of gender to promote any type of reduction campaign is more about politics, fund raising, and ideology rather than stopping it.

Although it is the brunt of frequent jokes, men in prison are raped at astounding rates, but it isn’t funny if a female prisoner is raped just because she is an offender is it? Is the police chief going to call on these male victims to stop rape and assault? If the feminist have their way he will.

Are any female police officers in Halifax CA going to condone a female teacher having sex with her 14 year old male child? What about you dad? Oh sure, once again the running joke amongst feminist is that the male student probably enjoyed it, but what if he now thinks he is in a relationship with the teacher, expects perfect grades, or isn’t heterosexual? If feminist think that all men are just hormonal beast always prepared to have sex, then Chief Blais might want to look in the mirror at his own role in all this.

Don’t we have examples daily, almost hourly, of women killing male and female children? Why is the Halifax police department turning their backs on this? Is it because more men commit violence and if so isn’t that a lot like saying the death of 5 children is OK since it wasn’t 10? Are we getting to the point where it is OK to kill a child just as long as you do it less than someone from another gender or political party as you?

Don’t Be That Guy Chief Blais!

And if you need us to add just one per day to this list, we will be happy to.

Who is teaching these women not to rape Chief?

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38 Comments »

  1. Have there ever been any men who dumped children into a trash can?

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    Comment by Evan | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • Evan, I’m sure there has been, but notice how feminist when the numbers are against them, they don’t want a campaign against women they want to end baby dumping w/o any gender designation. They only want gender designation when the numbers are against men.

      If the chief is against dumping babies in trash bins, killing them, he should have said so instead of pointing out that pointing it out is obscene and hurts women.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  2. Stating that “All men can stop rape” is exactly the same thing as attempting to say that only men rape, and that all men are potential rapist. So what are the women in your article called?

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    Comment by Craig | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • In our opinion they are rapist, but we aren’t allowed to call women out on accountability. It isn’t politically correct.

      Women killing kids is apparently fine in Halifax CA because men do it too.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  3. Did anyone ask the chief how much the feminist groups payed him to make the statement that men pointing out women’s wrongdoings is obscene but women pointing on men’s wrongdoings is just fine?

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    Comment by SL | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  4. ok, you guys need to understand this police officer knows no better, we are talking about the most ultra liberal part of Canada where men are hated unless they identify feminist. He knows if he didn’t say what he said that he would be crucified. In this area of Canada even men have been socialized into believing they are all rapists.

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    Comment by Canuck | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • He isn’t an officer, he is the chief of police.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  5. what the hell? I am a woman and I damn sure will call a woman out on dumping her child in a trash bin. You guys are wimps, these groups have you guys scared to say anything to them because they automatically call you misogynistic and you react. Man up and tell the police that if calling a mother out for killing her child is misogynistic then by god wear the label on your jacket proudly!

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    Comment by Amber | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • Amber – let me relate to you what “women never lie about [whatever subject] feminists DO to men who simply speak out. Here are 3 examples that have happened to me within a 3 year period.
      1) Had a debate on a non-feminist board about feminism in general. I come home a few days later and my wife is smoking pissed at me. I have no idea and she finally tells me that “my other woman” called and wanted me to “man up” and pick either my wife or her and let my wife know it.
      I had NO IDEA wtf she was talking about – until, without curiousity, just wanted to see updates, I returned to this board I debated on and found the woman who I had shown to be a feminist bigot BRAGGING about how she’d done it. The women on the non-feminist board – only a few even condemned her, but many praised her for her cleverness.
      2) Had a debate on a moderate feminist board about the wage gap. Kicked the crap out of this woman on her lack of knowledge and showed her to be a bigot. SHE tried to get me fired from my job. This time this woman let me know she did it – and again, bragged about it on her board, and this time all the gals thought this was just funny as hell that she’d managed to go after my career – with a false allegation no less.
      3) Had an in person debate / discussion with a self-identified feminist on rape and false allegations of rape. She was an ideological purist who declared that women “never lie about rape” – and then after I used facts and logic to show that she didn’t care about male rape victims, boys who are molested, and that “from the hundreds of women she knew who claimed rape” that likely at least a good number were lying – purely by statistics.
      She went on to tell people that I had spoken to her later, which was true, and had tried to intimidate her, harass her, and had threatened her – none of which happened.
      Feminist women are the MOST likely to falsely accuse, and frankly to self-justify it. It is, IMO, their chief reason for never wanting false accusers punished – they are the ones who would be.
      ***MY POINT: Afraid of these women – YOU. BET. YOUR. ASS. They will take whole sections of your life away if given the chance, and all the while they’ll claim that false allegations of various types are magically absent, but only from women’s cache of weapons.
      There’s a reason we’re cautious.

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      Comment by Steven | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  6. Why are more women not standing up to these hate groups for attempting to label all their sons as rapist, child molesters, and offenders then turning a blind eye to it when a woman does it?

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    Comment by Alice | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  7. So much for feminism. We are all equal. Women can call men out for bad things, check…. men can call women out for bad things, nope. How is that for equality? And how are we ever going to reach equality if they don’t have to walk over the fire like men do?

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    Comment by Chris | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  8. This should teach you about feminist: Today if a president (well republican or tea party anyway) received a BJ from a female intern all hell would break loose. But it didn’t with Bill Clinton did it? In actuality, feminist blamed the WOMEN because Bill was aligned with their political party and promised to give them VAWA. So, feminist actually USE rape and assault to drive money to their organizations… and likely police chief’s from this cloth.

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    Comment by Andy | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  9. rape is a disgusting act, but feminist would flip if we ended rape and domestic violence. They use the issues to draw attention to themselves, build political capital, and fund raising. This is why we will never see these two issues solved even if it is able to be solved. I don’t see Jean-Michele Blais able to end any other crimes, just respond to them. So I guess he is misogynistic too?

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    Comment by Todd B | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  10. I THINK THE POLICE ARE ONLY UPSET ABOUT THE USE OF THEIR LOGO!!

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    Comment by I | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • Incorrect, the police chief is on video saying calling women out, even in parody for crimes is obscene.

      See few are able to get that the groups that did this were using parody to show how stupid it is to use “all men or women” in a campaign.

      men's right halifax

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  11. Yea, let some of these feminist come to my house and call my son a rapist or even a likely rapist and see what happens. If they want to see woman on woman violence I will surely show them what it looks like.

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    Comment by Teresa | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • Teresa, they don’t mean anything by it, cut them some slack. They need to say this to get money and votes. As long as men are seen as bad, women can rise in their minds. Feminism has yet to find a way to get women to rise without denigrating men.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  12. Sounds like the police chief is a mouth piece for a hate group rather than a professional committed to ending all crime and investigating all genders for crime.

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    Comment by Karl | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  13. I second the notion that the police chief is likely aligned with a political organization that uses women to get votes.

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    Comment by Sam | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  14. Can you imagine being a male police officer who comes into work each day knowing that his chief thinks he is a likely rapist and that he should only be ending male on female violence yet turning an eye to other forms of violence like female on female? Any 5th grader can do a Google to search to see the hundreds of millions of examples of female on female violence.

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    Comment by SM | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • feminism blames female on female violence on men. feminism blames female on child violence on men.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  15. Who wants to bet that chief Jean-Michel Blais is one the same field as feminist on prostitution. That women ONLY do prostitution because men create a demand, yet is against drug dealers being released from prison because consumers create demand? Hypocrisy at it’s finest.

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    Comment by Dean | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  16. How is using a trash bin any different than say… a ocean to drive your kids into?

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    Comment by T | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • T, feminist will say that it was a man’s fault. Here is the think w/ feminism. It holds that women are strong, independent, strong, equal human beings except when they do things wrong, then they are helpless, submissive, and oppressed sheep who have to do things because of men.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  17. I think that both the “Don’t be that guy” and “Don’t be that girl” posters are insensitive and rude, the Halifax police department should remove itself from dogma and focus on ending all crime against humans. Shame on the chief for getting involved.

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    Comment by GH | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  18. BEGIN SARCASM

    My god, all these hundreds of years of bank robbery, murder, fraud, money laundering, texting while driving, child abuse, molestation, drug trafficking and sales, speeding, etc… and all we had to do was create a “Men can stop…” poster?

    END SARCASM

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    Comment by Paul | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  19. If men can stop rape, and the women in the pictures of this article were allowed to rape, why did the police chief not stop it?

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    Comment by Edmond | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • I guess because we did not have a poster at the time? I dunno.

      teacher sex offender avoids jail

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  20. I think here in the U.S., the DOT found that more women text while driving and get into accidents. You think feminist and this police chief would support a “Women can stop death related to texting” poster ?

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    Comment by Travis | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • God no! WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CALL WOMEN OUT, are you crazy??? We must end ALL texting while driving! Plus, it was likely a man’s fault!

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  21. Good ole Halifax Canada huh, god I could tell you guys and gals stories from living there for 10 years. It is the epitome of some crazy crazy and divisive politics.

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    Comment by Kenneth | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  22. feminism is an industry. If we stopped male on female crimes then feminist lose their emotional victim blaming that helps them write books, get tenured teaching positions, builds non-profits, wins political careers, and creates a nation of millions of women who know no other way than to live as a victim while pushing elite feminist higher.

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    Comment by Sharon | March 26, 2014 | Reply

    • This one comment right here could be the only one and say everything the comments above said.

      Thank you for not allowing yourself to be victimized by women who benefit from your demise.

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      Comment by stompkinsnc | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  23. Is Jean-Michel Blais stepping down as police chief to run in politics? Because it sure sounds like it. Or maybe to run a victim industry non-profit?

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    Comment by AB | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  24. At the very core of the anti-rape movement is that there is NO excuse for rape. So now we are learning that there is an excuse if it is female on child rape? And that excuse is men?

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    Comment by Frederick | March 26, 2014 | Reply

  25. You know I can see the police chief hating men and following his political party’s line, but to turn his back on male and female children that have been raped by anyone is disgusting.

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    Comment by Salemie | March 28, 2014 | Reply

  26. Since all the facts and common sense are on your side, expect a lawsuit.
    Just make sure it gets as much coverage as possible and Mr. Chief does get called proper names as far as it doesn’t warrant another lawsuit.

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    Comment by urieliszcze | March 31, 2014 | Reply


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