Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "The Idiotic Susan Rice" and "Sunset Jackson" went up yesterday. I'm noting Susan the despicable today and will note Jesse Junior tomorrow.
I was supposed to do Tell Me More today and catch up for the weekend. Sorry. Not in the mood. I'll do it tomorrow.
Instead, let's talk trashy Rihanna. This is one of many articles about the awful Rihanna.
Unlike stupid Rihanna, I just didn't get beat up by a man, I got raped.
Unlike the idiot piece of trash, I never felt the need to talk about 'forgiving' my rapist nor did I feel the need to go to him.
I don't draw a lot of lines between a man who beats the crap out of a woman and a rapist. Both are really attempts by cowards to have power and control over a woman.
And as a rape victim, I do not and will not support Rihanna and her perverse message to American girls that we need to be friends with our attackers.
Rihanna is trash.
Danny Schechter is trash as well, in my book.
When Ike Turner died, Danny was slobbering away about how Tina should have forgiven him.
Ike terrorized Tina Turner.
She owes him not one damn thing.
It's amazing to me that men like Danny Schechter think it's really about 'forgiveness' for these assholes. He has no forgiveness for his political enemies but he expects women to forgive men who have attacked them, beaten them, made them live in fear, made them wish they were dead?
F**k Danny Schechter and f**k Rihanna.
She doesn't have enough sense or self-respect or whatever. That's her problem. Her pimping that we love our attacker? She needs to rot in hell for that. Little girls look up to this idiot. She should be ashamed of herself.
Ava and C.I. invented a Barbara Walters special for "TV: The 10 Most Disgraceful People" in which Barbara highlights the ten most disraceful people of the year:
"We round out the filth section with 24-year-old Rihanna. She became a superstar in 2009 after her boyfriend beat her. The ensuing case and her 'I'm a survivor' image allowed Rihanna to achieve new fame. This year found Time placing you on their '100 Most Influential People in the World' list, you became the most popular artist on Facebook and the accolades never stop. Or didn't seem to. But your ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown, received five years probation while, in the second half of 2012, you became something more than a social embarrassment. Entertainment Weekly called you out in August for your Oprah interview saying, 'All in all, it was just terribly sad to see Rihanna, a strong woman and sensational artist, say with tears in her eyes that "I think he was the love of my life".' While many abused women return to their attackers, you're not many women. You're incredibly powerful within the music industry and millions of young girls look up to you. So what kind of message does it send when you say that garbage to Oprah about your abuser or when you decide to record a duet with him? A 13-year-old girl whose boyfriend hits her looks at you and says, 'Well Rihanna still loves Chris Brown.' So what kind of message are you sending, especially when young teenagers are your target audience?"
As Rihanna attempted to respond, Walters cut her off, "Why don't you just stop right now? You've done enough harm to the young girls in America. The mistake the public made was not grasping that you are so sick you don't even realize it and that a beating to you is just another way of showing 'love.' So when your next boyfriend beats you with a tire iron, we'll all remember not to ask you, 'Are you doing okay?,' but instead, 'Was it a mind blowing orgasm for you?' As 19th century humorist Josh Billings once observed, 'No one can disgrace us but ourselves'."
And that says everything.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"