THESE ELECTIONS ARE RIGGED----THE ARE FRAUDULENT----THERE IS NO CROSS-OVER APPEAL--THE APPEAL IS ONLY FROM THE GLOBAL 1% OF MEN.
This is NOT LEADERSHIP FOR WOMEN.
We want to remind all 99% men and women---but especially women tied to FREEMASONRY/GREEK-----MOVING FORWARD BACK TO DARK AGES-----only global 1% and their 2% MEN were allowed into FREEMASON AND GREEK SECRET SOCIETIES-----there were no SORORITIES------there were no poor/working/middle/affluent class 5% allowed in FREEMASON OR GREEK GROUPS unless identified as that true GENIUS.
SORORITIES AND LOCAL FREEMASON GROUPS WILL DISAPPEAR IN A DECADE OF SO----BYE BYE US 5% FREEMASON/GREEK MEN AND WOMEN. PLEASE STOP BEING PLAYED.
Below we see the original GLOBAL IVY LEAGUE in US ---expanded last century to recruit the needed 5% freemason/Greeks for massive and systemic ROBBER BARON dismantling of America...the COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY is PRINCETON.
'History and development
Before 1776 in the United States of America, collegiate student fraternal organizations that promoted scholarship, rhetoric, and ethical conduct existed only at Yale, the College of William and Mary, and The College of New Jersey . Thereafter, literary societies came into existence at virtually all the colleges and universities in America'.
This fraternal organization is tops in grooming 5% men and women------our 1% BLACK BOULE is tied to this fraternity. As we discussed-----RACE TO THE TOP and 'reforming' higher education is closing all our public and many private arts and humanities colleges----the goal is returning to ONLY those OLD WORLD MERCHANTS OF VENICE GLOBAL IVY LEAGUES allowing only those global 1% and their 2%----especially in a colonized FORMER UNITED STATES.
'Phi Beta Kappa
The Phi Beta Kappa Society, founded on December 5, 1776 at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia was the first fraternal organization in the United States of America, established the precedent for naming American college societies after the Greek-letter initials of a secret Greek motto'.
The establishment and evolution of fraternities and sororities for African-Americans partially mirrored the development of social fraternities and sororities. Literary societies with Greek letters came first: the Alpha Phi literary society was founded at Howard University in 1872. Sigma Pi Phi, a non-collegiate fraternity for professionals, was founded in 1904'.
If we looked at that for-profit charter school for women---- TM Landry ---the scholarships to college send them to WESLEYAN, YALE et al.......women had no professional fraternities/Greeks until mid-1800. MOVING FORWARD back to DARK AGES these next few decades will see them disappear. Global banking created 5% PLAYERS for ROBBER BARON FRAUDS of America----those ROBBER BARON frauds are over with this last US TREASURY AND MUNICIPAL BOND FRAUD----so good-bye FRATS for anyone not global 1% AND SORORITIES altogether.
The founding of the Adelphean Society (later Alpha Delta Pi) at Wesleyan Female college in 1851 marks the establishment of the first secret society for women.Shortly after came the Philomathean Society (later Phi Mu) also founded at Wesleyan in March 1852'.
Imagine of these 5% thought to be 99% WOMEN LEADERS-----instead of players for a global 1% of men!
It is very much today as in the DARK AGES where these GREEK societies are filled with extreme competitive grooming---and keeping women at bay controls half of any economic competition. There is no minimizing the marginalization of women even sorority women by FRATS because the entire ethos is about WINNING AND WEALTH ACCUMULATION...this is why our sororities are more the FINISHING SCHOOLS women looking for a good marriage ----than women looking to maintaining rights and wealth of women.
05/07/2015 05:13 pm ET Updated May 07, 2016
Stop Minimizing Fraternity Misogyny
By Soraya Chemaly
Note: This article contains explicit language and descriptions of graphic violence
Why is our mainstream media still making fraternity misogyny family-friendly and failing to communicate the connections between racism, sexism and violence?
Feminists United, a group at the University of Mary Washington, has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education asserting that their school did little or nothing to address death and rape threats made on Yik Yak after they protested a rugby team’s sexist chant and argued that there was a connection between Greek culture and sexual assault. Sexual assault ranks second in fraternity insurance claims, men in fraternities are three times more likely to rape than their non-fraternity peers, they consume more objectifying content and are more accepting of rape myths. The connection is entirely valid and well-documented; it’s just that no one likes the information.
Feminists “protesting song” sounds so inane until you read the actual lyrics or consider the threats made in response to the women’s safety concerns and exercise of free speech. Online, these rape and death threats are always very focused on necks, hanging and oral rape, ways to physically silence women’s voices and express sexualized, gendered dominance. Consider, now, that on April 17, 20-year-old Grace Mann, a student at UMW who served on United’s board, was killed. A male roommate was arrested and charged in her death. A plastic bag was found crammed down her throat.
The song sung by the team to celebrate a win begins with: “Finally found a whore. She was right and dead,” and ends, “Finally got it out. It was red and sore. Moral of the story is never f*ck a whore!”
USA Today, who didn’t publish the lyrics, described the song as “inappropriate.” Others called it a “sexually offensive“ “necrophilia song.” None of which captures the objectifying, discriminatory, competitive, and dehumanizing public consequences of disparagement “humor.” As one fraternity brother at American University succinctly put it, “Dumb bitches learning their place.”
In the UMW case, the fraternity in question was the rugby club, not part of the Greek system or the military. Last month, a military sexual assault filing against the Department of Defense cited an “unofficial songbook” used by members of the United States Air Force. It contained more than 70 songs with titles such as, “Will You Suck Me Tomorrow,” “The Hair on Her Diki-Di-Doo,” and “The Kotex Song.” One of the songs, “The S & M Man,” was similarly referenced in a sexual assault trial involving Phi Kappa Tau fraternity brothers at Georgia Tech last year. If you heard about this song, the lyrics were almost certainly described with some variant of the anodyne word “offensive.”
Here it is:
Who can take two jumper cables
Hook ‘em to her tits
Turn on the juice and electrocute the bitch...
Who can take a blender
Stick it in her cunt
Turn the sucker on and purrate her little twat
Who can take some acid
Pour it on her twat
Then watch the cunt muffin rot
Who can take a bottle
Shove it up her ass
Hit her with a bat and shatter all the glass
Who can take a tight slut
F*ck her ‘till she cries
Then pull it out real fast and skeet into her eyes...
Does reading that affect what you think in a way that reading “offensive song” does?
The cheerful singing of this song by roomfuls of boys and men has repeatedly failed to make national news or elicit public outrage. As a matter of fact, lawyers in the Georgia Tech case argued that it was ridiculous to use this song as an example of rape-supportive misogyny. Campuses today, they argued, echoing a common theme, are plagued by “hypersensitivity.” Feminists are so thin-skinned... but perhaps it makes singing about flaying them easier.
Media did something similar in terms of softening ugly truths several weeks ago, when covering a racist chant sung by Sigma Alpha Epsilon members at Oklahoma University. The song mentioned lynching, used racial slurs, denigrating language and specifically mentioned barring black men from the fraternity. Many outlets refused to publish the actual words. There was, however, finally, a swift and strong public response. Two men were immediately expelled from the school and the fraternity rolled out an “anti-racism plan.”
SAE, the largest fraternity in the country, is as plagued by misogyny as it is racism, which is usually the case considering that they mutually construct one another. SAE is hardly alone. In March, for example, employees at a restaurant in North Carolina discovered a notebook left behind by Pi Kappa Phi members, the text of which included: “It will be short and painful, just like when I rape you,” “If she’s hot enough, she doesn’t need a pulse,” and “That tree is so perfect for lynching.” This was described, in classically unhelpful understatement, as “racially and sexually charged language.”
SAE, known colloquially, as “Sexual Assault Expected” on college campuses, is often implicated in sexual assaults and harassment. During a period of just a few weeks at the end of 2014, while media disproportionately focused national attention on the idea that women lie about rape, SAE chapters werenamed in charges of campus sexual assaults at Emory University, Iowa State University, Johns Hopkins, and at an off-campus frat house at Loyola Marymount University. In the past year, the SAE chapters have been put on probation and suspended because of issues related to sexual harassment. The New York Chapter of the National Organization of Women publicly requested that the fraternity president “establish a national plan of action to end the normalization of sexism and predatory behavior.” NOW confirmed that no one from the fraternity, or the media, followed up on their public statement, despite its being widely distributed. Calls to the fraternity for comment were unreturned.
In the recent SAE case, the problem of fraternity racism was explicitly about white men excluding black ones, something, finally, increasingly openly talked about. What remains not talked about, however, is how, historically and still today, the rapes of women have been used, by men and women both, to effect that exclusion or to challenge it — in either case, women remain systemically subjugated by gender and race both. The connection, in the United States, between gender and race, sexism and racism, is profound and consequential.
Women can’t separate, rank and grade elements of their identities the way media do when they experience harassment, assault and hate, but they can themselves be separated, ranked and graded by racist sexists. Take this 2011 Kappa Sigma “Gullet Report,” produced at USC by a member of the fraternity. It was written to “strengthen brotherhood and help pin-point sorostitiutes.” He described women’s bodies in terms of meat and sperm envelopes and instructed frat members to refer “to females as “targets.”
“They aren’t actual people like us men.” In describing how to use alcohol to rape women, he provided this key:
Blackberry: A black target,
Blueberry Pie: half-black/half-white,
Pumpkin Pie: A latin/Mexican target,
Pecan Pie: half-white/half-latin,
Strawberry Pie: white target,
Cherry pie: A young white target,
Lemon Meringue: Asian target....
Don’t f*ck middle-eastern targets. Exhibit some patriotism and have some pride. You want your cock smelling like falafel? Filth.
Too many people are still happy suggesting that “nice boys” singing or writing about raping women — dead or alive — is a “harmless” way for boys and men to bond. At Amherst, for example, a fraternity had T-shirts made depicting a woman wearing only a bra and a thong. She was bruised and had an apple stuffed into her mouth, was bound to a split and being roasted over a fire. The caption? “Roasting Fat Ones Since 1847.”
Add to these cases the fact that drunk boys and men on college campuses, in a semi-ritualized way, are vomiting on and urinating on women for “fun.” They may be doing this as individuals, but it’s a social issue that they do because they learned, fully sober, not only to express their masculinity by degrading girls and women, but that they’d be socially rewarded for doing so. That has nothing to do with sexual pleasure, by the way.
Recently, Kappa Sigma fraternity issued a statement about a “vulgar” email written by a member at the University of Maryland. The email contained references to “nonconsensual sex,” otherwise called “rape,” which did not make it into the headline or the text as such. The Baltimore Sun headline read, “UM College Park investigating email containing racial, ethnic slurs.” Kappa Sigma is the fraternity that Snapchat CEO Evan Speigel belonged to at Stanford when he wrote similarly leaked emails, which he’d signed, “Fuck bitches get leid” and, “Hope at least six girls sucked your dick last night.” He called of the school’s dean “dean-julie-show-us-your-tits” and described urinating on a woman in his bed. When Speigel, who is 24, apologized for what was characterized as youthful indiscretion, the Washington Post called the texts “obscene,” described his industry, notorious for sexism and misogyny, as “unfriendly to women.”
Minimizing words like “unfriendly” or “boys clubs” and euphemisms like “offensive jokes” don’t capture the reality of cultivated sex-specific leadership or the relationship between certain types of masculinity, power and gendered, frequently raced, violence. This connection is relevant regardless of the institution or the sex of the victim. Consider, for example, how sexualized hazing rituals are or the dynamics of rape in the Catholic Church and in the military.
More often than not, episodes like these, when they are covered, are treated by media as “rotten apple” instances of childishness, irresponsibility or immorality, a problem with a particular person, frat or team, instead of dimensions of a larger systemic problem having to do with the exclusion of women from power.
Like many other frats, Kappa Sigma and Sigma Alpha Epsilon invest in and promise leadership training for members. In a competitive push, Kappa Sigma just completed a “Decade of Dominance in recruitment.” That word choice isn’t an accident. Fraternities are a pipeline to power in the United States and sex-based dominance is the result.
Today, it looks like this
- 68% of US Circuit Court Judges are men, 51% white
- 75% of state legislators
- 78% of state political executives
- More than 80% Congress are men
- 84% of mayors of the top 100 cities
- 85% ofcorporate executive officers
- 100% of CEOS of Wall Street firms
- 95% of Fortune 500 CEOs
- 73% of top media executives and managers
- 64% of newsroom staffers
- 97% of television and radio license owners
- 97% of heads of venture capital firms
- Hold 90% of tech jobs in Silicon Valley
- 73% oftenured professors
- 100% of AP Computer Science test takers in many states
- 85 percent of U.S. Supreme Court justices...
- 63 percent of all U.S. presidential cabinet members since 1900
- 76 percent of U.S. Senators,
- 85 percent of Fortune 500 executives
- With the exception of four men, every President and Vice President since 1825 has been a member of a fraternity.
Some say it is unfair to tar all fraternities and sororities with this brush. Most fraternities and the men in them do not behave in the ways or openly endorse the behaviordescribed above. Many are trying to be part of constructive solutions. However, even where there are good intentions, and there is not overtly sexist behavior, institutions can and do produce racist and sexist outcomes. It’s entirely legitimate to suggest, as many have, that the entire system be scrapped. Regardless, however, at the very least, people should demand more from their media.
Our US labor unions were taken to international status and consolidated into a giant AFL-CIO with 5% labor leaders no doubt made very rich selling out 99% of Western labor union members. We are now MOVING FORWARD to ONE WORLD ONE LABOR UNION-----that will return to the days of Medieval Guilds where the rich head the guild and manage workers and economy.
At the same time this same consolidation is now happening to GREEKS---this with a goal of ending all GREEKS not tied to the global 1% and their 2%.We see our GLOBAL GREEKS are now simply a COMMODITY that global 1% banking will simply RAID and bring to bankruptcy ----BAINS VULTURE CAPITAL.
ONE WORLD ONE GREEK SOCIETY--------
SORORITIES will be first of course---moving forward to FRATERNITIES.
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Alpha Kappa Lambda Yell Like Hell 2009
Published on Oct 26, 2009
This is a yell like hell cheer leading competition held during homecoming. We are competing with the Sigma Kappa sorority.
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Below we see a college created to be a school for women and trades AND we see a FEMINISTS UNITED taking what are now called IVY LEAGUE UNIVERSITIES and their FRATERNITIES ----expanded from the earlier few------to task for hate speech. We have no doubt 99% of women or 99% of black/brown citizens do not want to hear this speech-----but for REAL left social progressive women's rights----STICKS AND STONES----we don't settle for saying STOP BEING MEAN-----which is what all 5% to the 1% global Wall Street 'labor and justice' organizations do----
The problem for women and universities is the control of our government by members of fraternities and freemason groups. SORORITIES do nothing to stop that-----they work with global banking men----killing the ability to get GREEKS AND FREEMASONS out of our US government.
Feminists United, a group at the University of Mary Washington,
'Regarding Greek Life, UMW is not affiliated with single-sex Greek social fraternities or sororities. The University does recognize and is affiliated with several Greek academic honorary societies, including Phi Beta Kappa, and at least one Greek coeducational service fraternity, Alpha Mu Sigma'.
The first thing we see is this university protesting hateful fraternity speech-----are tied to the very IVY LEAGUE frats and sororities.
University of Mary Washington
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The University of Mary Washington is a public university in Virginia that focuses on undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences. The core of its main campus of roughly 4,000 mostly residential students in Fredericksburg, Virginia
A public university tied to frats and sororities tied to early global IVY LEAGUES-----will not say ------STOP BEING 5% GREEK PLAYERS AND BE 99% WOMEN LEADERS.
This does not mean left social progressive do not want women choosing to join Greeks or attend college to be safe-----we are shouting that the fact that a college allows these Greeks on campus----the fact that women want to attend global IVY LEAGUE universities both of which promote thousands of years of MALE DOMINANCE STRUCTURES-----IS BAD FOR 99% OF WOMEN. GREEKS and FREEMASONRY has always advanced the interests of global 1% of men---and has always had that INNER CIRCLE OF GLOBAL RICH MEN.
Feminists at Mary Washington say they were threatened on Yik Yak
Students, family and friends gather at the steps of George Washington Hall to honor Grace Mann's life on April 24 in Fredericksburg.
(Reza A. Marvashti/For The Washington Post)
By Justin Jouvenal and T. Rees Shapiro May 6, 2015
A feminist group at the University of Mary Washington is accusing school officials of failing to act on threats against its members — one of whom was killed last month — on the popular and controversial messaging app Yik Yak, an attorney for the group said.
Feminists United plans to announce at a news conference Thursday that it has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education alleging that members were threatened with sexual assault and death and were cyber-stalked after speaking out in campus debates about Greek life and against a lewd chant by the rugby team this year, said attorney Lisa Banks.
Authorities say that Grace Rebecca Mann, a 20-year-old from McLean, Va., who served on United’s board, was slain April 17 by a roommate. Steven Vander Briel was charged with first-degree murder and abduction. Police have not commented on an alleged motive.
Banks and United members said they have no evidence that Mann’s activism or the threats on Yik Yak were related to her slaying. But they said a flood of more than 700 messages — some of which targeted members by name — left them feeling afraid. They said school officials did nothing to stop the threats despite repeated requests throughout the year.
Grace Rebecca Mann (Courtesy of Grace Rebecca Mann's family)“I felt deeply unsafe at many points,” said Paige McKinsey, the outgoing president of the university’s Feminists United group. “I made sure to walk with people. I made sure my apartment door was locked and told people where I was going.”
School officials said they acted on all threats of violence or sexual assault on the social-media site and that student safety is their top priority.
“If we receive any complaints, we investigate them and offer extra security as needed,” said school spokeswoman Anna Billingsley.
Yik Yak’s popularity has exploded on campuses nationwide since it was introduced in the fall of 2013. The app allows smartphone users within a 1.5-mile radius to post and read messages anonymously in real time, making it well-suited to campus life.
The vast majority of traffic includes gripes about finals, talk of drinking and jokes, but the app also has been a freewheeling forum for racism, misogyny and threats that have made it a lightning rod at many schools.
During the past year, at least 13 students have been arrested on charges of threatening mass shootings, bombings and other mass violence through Yik Yak. A Virginia Tech senior was arrested last month after allegedly posting a message warning of another “4.16 moment” — a reference to the date of the 2007 campus massacre in which a student killed 32 people.
After a black student at the University of Virginia was arrested by a group of white Alcoholic Beverage Control officers in March, the app was bombarded with racist comments and disparaging remarks about the victim, 20-year-old Martese Johnson. And Emory University’s student government passed a resolution denouncing the use of Yik Yak to spread hate speech and harassment.
Yik Yak has said it has taken a number of steps to limit hateful speech on the app.
“It’s always disappointing to see rare instances occur that simply don’t represent what Yik Yak is all about, and guarding against misuse is something we take very seriously,” the company said in a statement. “We’ve taken significant measures so far by adding filters, pop-up warnings, reporting, and moderation within the app, and we will constantly work to enhance these measures.”
At Mary Washington, McKinsey said, problems began in November as students were talking about whether to allow fraternities and sororities on the 5,000-student campus in Fredericksburg.
At a forum, McKinsey said she made a comment linking Greek life to sexual assault, and the reaction on Yik Yak was immediate and unrelenting. Hostile comments started flowing as soon as she stopped speaking, she said.
McKinsey said a second wave of vitriol was unleashed after she wrote an op-ed in the student newspaper in January in which she discussed a recording that was made of rugby team members at a party. The recording captures them chanting a rhyme about having sex with a dead prostitute. The school eventually suspended the rugby team because of it.
“There were waves,” McKinsey said of the abuse.
Among the comments in the weeks and months that followed, McKinsey said, there was a riff on a line from “The Hunger Games” — “We burn. You burn with us.” Her movements around campus were posted, and she said someone urged students to make problems at a Feminists United meeting, so they asked police to attend.
Banks, the attorney, said a majority of the 700 comments aimed at Feminists United were name-calling or sexist, but a handful were direct threats. In one, members were threatened with rape “in the mouth,” and at another point, someone posted about killing a “bitch.”
Because Yik Yak is anonymous, the group has no idea who posted the comments. McKinsey said Feminists United members resorted to walking in groups and informing each other where they were going out of fear for their safety. “It created an increasing level of fear and anxiety,” Banks said. “They had no way to know if people who were posting messages were sitting next to them in class or walking next to them on campus.”
On multiple occasions, Banks and McKinsey said that Feminists United met with the school president and other officials about the problems. Feminists United said that Mary Washington should have blocked Yik Yak on the school’s WiFi and taken action to identify the offenders.
In March, school officials e-mailed students about Yik Yak, saying the university had “no recourse for cyberbullying” and urged them to report incidents to the social-media site. They told students to report any direct threats to the administration or campus police.
Billingsley said that the school consulted with Virginia’s attorney general but that its options were constrained when it came to limiting access to Yik Yak. They worried that blocking it might impinge on other students’ right to free speech.
“There are First Amendment concerns when you are a state institution,” Billingsley said.
On the afternoon of April 17, Mann made a brief stop at the off-campus home she shared with Vander Briel, 30, and two other students.
Mann and Vander Briel appeared to be on different trajectories. Mann was a member of the student Senate, active in the school’s gay and lesbian club, and an activist for gay rights. Vander Briel, a former rugby player, was on his third stint at Mary Washington and was involved in few campus activities.
When Mann’s other roommates arrived that afternoon, they found her bound and unconscious, police said. Detectives say they believe that plastic shopping bags were used to asphyxiate her, according to a search warrant. Police said the two did not have a personal relationship.
Vander Briel told the roommates that he assaulted her and then fled the home. He was arrested later that day and charged, according to police and a search warrant. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 19.
Feminists United is not the first group to take issue with Yik Yak. Elizabeth Long, an 18-year-old from Atlanta, said she started a petition asking for Yik Yak to improve community standards after students at her school posted messages while she was recovering from a suicide attempt, telling her that she should take her life.
“It really, really hurt,” Long said.
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Her petition has garnered more than 78,000 signatures.
Danielle Citron, a University of Maryland law professor and the author of “Hate Crimes in Cyberspace”, said Yik Yak’s anonymity combined with geolocation can be a powerful tool in the wrong hands.
“We’ve had threats on message boards since the ’80s,” Citron said. “Yik Yak compounds fear, because you know the individual is located nearby.”