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Chiefs’ Stripper Scandal

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 2:15 pm Sat 10th September 2016

The Chiefs’ rugby team stripper scandal has been in the news for weeks now. The only real scandal is how feminist forces have behaved and how media have milked it in such an unbalanced, misandrist fashion.

Stripper ‘Scarlette’ made allegations about the behaviour of Chiefs players who hired her to ‘perform’ at their end-of-season celebrations. Her allegations were of criminal offending for which the maximum punitive tariff is 20 years imprisonment plus lifelong punishment on a sex offenders register. She has used opportunities to spout her allegations through social media and news media, at the same time claiming she just wants to be left alone and refusing to cooperate with a Police investigation that might have led to her allegations being tested in Court through a prosecution. Convenient.

Allegations made in that way surely deserve little respect or credibility. Nevertheless, the Rugby Union investigated the allegations, as they are legally entitled to do. Their investigation included interviewing the accused players, bar staff and other witnesses, and concluded that the evidence did not support Scarlette’s allegations or warrant any disciplinary action against any player. The feminists including feminist forces in our Human Rights Commission didn’t like that outcome and preferred to give ongoing weight to Scarlette’s uncorroborated allegations, essentially assuming they must be true and concluding that NZ rugby players and indeed the rest of the country need to change their ‘culture’ in order to show respect towards women. They prepared and signed an open letter to that effect, also insinuating that the Rugby Union’s investigation was a corrupt whitewash but providing no evidence for this.

‘Showing respect towards women’ appears now to require believing without question anything a woman says regardless of the evidence. It requires us all to respect a woman who seeks profit from taking off her clothes in front of others, and who offers ‘extras’ for more money, involving touching and indecencies. Because this had been contrary to the rules of the agency that provided her with work, she was removed from that agency’s listings. The coven of feminist misandrists supporting Scarlette didn’t mention any of that of course, and it would probably make little difference to their insistence that women should always be respected and believed. Sugar and spice and all things nice.

The likely truth of the matter may well be that Scarlette did not provide a good performance and she did not manage competently her role of group leadership. A performer has the attention of the audience and has considerable power to provoke that audience. When entertainer Tiki Taane sang a song the police believed might influence the audience undesirably, he was cuffed and jailed by police. But then, he’s a male. Respect for women also seems to require never holding a woman accountable for her wrongdoing.

Scarlette complained that she was short-changed for her services. That was probably the main issue that inspired her to take revenge on the players. Hell hath no fury as a woman underpaid. It’s a shame that false allegations made in public require private prosecution rather than being a police matter.

The Rugby Union has made the mistake of trying to appease the feminists lynch mob. They appear to be so frightened that they have not been clear and assertive in their support of the accused players and their finding that Scarlette’s allegations were largely false. They muddied the waters by issuing the team with a warning essentially not to hire strippers or do other things that might be unsafe for the marque’s PR, and this allowed Ms Devoy and her human rightists a foot in the door with which to keep kicking the accused players. There have been demands for the Chiefs players and/or leadership to apologize to Scarlette and to show remorse, and unfortunately some rugby leaders have supported such nonsense. In my opinion the Rugby Union should have commenced, and still should commence, defamation proceedings against Scarlette that will force her allegations to be tested.

The saga so far has been an amazing display of feminist immorality, their tactics in the war against men, of white-knight gullibility and of other weak-kneed people giving in to feminists.


  1. Women in this country are far to fond of making false allegations and the Police and Courts are to blame for encouraging them to do so unless of course it’s a COP [Link removed due to court suppression – JohnP] or JUDGE being accused.

    It’s time the legal system showed it can’t be used as a weapon to harm innocent people simply because someone has a vendetta.

    Comment by JONO — Sat 10th September 2016 @ 3:52 pm

  2. In my code: RESPECT is instantly perishable. I need to earn it every moment of every day. Thats how I maintain “self-respect”. I apply that code to all around me regardless of race age, socio-economic status, or of course GENDER. Anyone acting in that way is not earning respect and so cannot expect to receive it. Such persons undermine anany and all right to be respected. I handle that by avoiding them, not helping them.

    Comment by Jerry — Sat 10th September 2016 @ 4:04 pm

  3. Let’s think this through.

    Rugby club
    Take off clothes, wander around drinking blokes wearing nothing, and some guy what? Grabs her bum, strokes her breast, tries to touch her naked box?

    This is a rugby club full of blokes drinking right? This woman is pissed off at some blokes behaviour when he was drinking at his club and she was wandering around shaking her tits in the nick?

    I say “harden the fuck up you dumb bitch”. Give us a break and fuck off, you are a stripper at the rugby club, What the hell do you expect? Leave rugby, rugby culture alone. It’s alive and well.

    I would be concerned if the boys didn’t have a grab at her arse, especially if they have all had a couple of beers then that really would be inappropriate behaviour, imagine that a stripper in the nick, in a rugby club full of blokes drinking and no one tries to fondle her or even raffell her off for later. Wow then the rugby union really should investigate but no, seems like the stripper got her gear off at the club full of blokes drinking and the boys responded.

    What a crock of shit.

    This is not a case of:
    A female caterer went to the club and got fondled. No.
    A female ambulance driver went to the club and got fondled. No.

    This is a stripper, in the nick, at the club, full of blokes drinking, has any one said to her:
    Fuck off, or
    There is a DOO on at the soccer club next weekend, can you come and get your tits out for the boys. Or

    Hey lady, get a proper job and if it’s cooking and you can’t handle the heat, get out of the kitchen.

    Comment by Simon grant — Sat 10th September 2016 @ 9:18 pm

  4. My thoughts entirely Simon.

    Scarlette,when you accepted this engagement you would have been told the name of the client! That was the time to raise concerns NOT Later. I note in addition to the target audience others were invited to witness your performance. These people included women! NONE of them saw anything untoward. And finally Scarlette You could have taken a support person. In my experience, any “Away” performance there has been a “Business Manager” Assists you with costume, retrieval, finances, etc. I suggest you may have been a wee bit disorganised?

    And finally a vengeance motive on your part has been suggested? Any comment Sarlette? On my part I feel you are being aided and abetted by others out to further their own political gains.

    Comment by Alastair — Sun 11th September 2016 @ 9:28 am

  5. Menz take a look at the cricketer Scott Kuggelijins case. A domestic cricketer charged with rape. The case doesn’t make sense. Whenever some money is floatinğ around expect a parasite or two to show up. I can’t believe the stripper is getting any media attention. Just another crack whore looking for some money to score more crack. What a waste of time. Only in this modern fem centric culture does this make headlines. HEADLINES Get a new job stripper.

    Comment by J245135 — Sun 11th September 2016 @ 11:11 am

  6. I’ve worked as a mobile DJ for a male stripper.
    Wimmin at these events clutch, paw, grab and grope constantly.
    What would happen if I recorded five minutes if this and ran in to the police station puffing and Exclaimed “Seargent! I’ve just witnessed an horrific sexual assault on on an entertainer by multiple letcherous criminals! Theres solid evidence right here in clear format audio and video! The show doesn’t finish for another half hour Sarg. You’ll be wanting an immediate arrest in case of further attacks won’t you? Better send the wagon’s Sir.
    ” Look its written right here in the the constables oath Sarge – you swore to do your job “without bias” Sargent.
    So whacha gonna do Sarge?

    Send the wagons?

    Or resign?

    Comment by Voices back from the bush. — Sun 11th September 2016 @ 9:45 pm

  7. Oh and Sargent BTW do you think there might be an award for crime solving, you know like a prize or something? Who gives those out is it the cops , the media? …law society?

    Comment by Voices back from the bush. — Sun 11th September 2016 @ 9:52 pm

  8. I was particularly disappointed with Steve Tew’s response to the ‘woman’s group’ demands. He stated that he will ensure that his men show respect for females. Steve has a daughter, Ruby. Would he really show respect for her if she was in the same industry as Scarlette? Respect is earnt in accordance with the standards of a community. We don’t respect men who hit women and we don’t respect hookers. There are good reasons for this and our community will suffer if we begin to respect people whose behaviour is undeserving. I don’t believe there is a comprehensive understanding for ‘respect’ in this matter due mainly because this is a political issue. Boring and non-sensical feminism.

    Comment by triassic — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 2:35 am

  9. Perhaps the media and or the police are taking this seriously for any of the following reasons:

    Scarlett has just been performing at a police bar and has developed a police following?
    Scarlett has been performing at the “annual media rug munchers piss up” and has developed “friendships” there.?
    Scarlett is the girlfriend of one of the women in one of the vocal women’s groups?
    Women’s Refuge want her as their media representative?
    Scarlett is applying for a job as a waitress at a highway 61 bar, and will be supported in that as mothers in NZ may well be.
    Scarlett has developed a drug problem and can help out, support for Scarlett and not loosing her children is the trade off and the children’s father, well, he is of no consequence, put him under surveillance in case we need to shut him up or threaten him latter. Does this happen in NZ?

    Comment by Simon grant — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 6:53 am

  10. The conduct of the police and this group of women, who must be capable of better, remind me of a society long ago in a place called The Soviet Union. It’s ideology was of such importance that it had to be protected at all costs. This entailed the killing of millions who thought differently along with the cruel treatment in political prisons of many intellectuals who deared to express opposition to the totalitarian regime. One such man was Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, a novelist and historian. His book The Gulag Archipelago exposes the regime’s corrupt legal system and its series of prison camps across the USSR.

    Whilst we have not quite got there yet NZ is moving in that direction. Communism in itself was based on a great principle, that of egalitarianism. Juxtaposed along side feminism the similarities are very similar hence the media, police, and justice system all tow the line. I have proof of the corruption within the police hierarchy and within the court system. They lie and cheat to protect their own. leaving chaos behind them. Thousands of fathers are locked up in gulags of misery and despair. When my child becomes an adult I intend to release a book naming judges and top police along with court files to illustrate my point. Thanks to the internet I will by-pass all court rulings on publication.

    Comment by triassic — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 12:18 pm

  11. #10 triassic, you may wish to purchase a copy of this book about the NZ Femily Court.

    Comment by golfa — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 2:14 pm

  12. Just bought that book myself .

    Does the NZ family court have the power to override the human rights act ?

    Comment by Bunyip — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 2:58 pm

  13. #12. If you approach the Human Rights Commission in NZ and say that you have an issue or a complaint about the Family Court, they are not interested and will turn you away.

    Comment by golfa — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 3:07 pm

  14. Wow … I’m not surprised . NZ government breaking their own laws !

    Comment by Bunyip — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 3:25 pm

  15. Found this little gem :

    “The problem is that the Bill of Rights Act only protects half of our rights – our civil and political rights. These include the right to things like voting and fair trials. Many of our other human rights – such as as the right to adequate housing and access to healthcare – are not contained in the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act.

    Since 2008, the Human Rights Commission has also recorded over 70 Bills passed under urgency. This means that experts like Amnesty International have limited opportunity to comment on how these laws will impact our human rights.”

    Comment by Bunyip — Mon 12th September 2016 @ 4:53 pm

  16. Sorry about this – de ja vue….. Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to keep repeating it

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Tue 13th September 2016 @ 11:16 pm

  17. But it was all a mistake, or are All Men Are Rapists? I’m still confused……

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Tue 13th September 2016 @ 11:23 pm

  18. Looking at it through an evolutionary biology lense – yawn, yawn, zzzzzzzzz

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Tue 13th September 2016 @ 11:24 pm

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