Was It Fears of Seeming Racist That Protected Bill Cosby for So Long?

Tom Leonard, Daily Mail, November 20, 2014

The silence was excruciating. Bill Cosby and Camille, his wife of 50 years, were sitting in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, surrounded by valuable works of African art from their private collection, lent for an exhibition.

Moments earlier, the veteran American TV star had been basking in adulation. His generosity had been praised in Saturday’s interview for National Public Radio, America’s equivalent of Radio 4. Then the conversation took an ugly turn.

‘This question gives me no pleasure,’ began presenter Scott Simon, before asking Cosby about ‘serious accusations raised against you in recent days’.

He didn’t need to spell out what they were.

America has been stunned as several women have come forward to accuse Cosby of drugging and raping them in a series of incidents over several decades. Some allegedly took place when his sitcom The Cosby Show ruled U.S. TV and its star was held up as a model of wholesome family values.

After a pause for 77-year-old Cosby to respond, Simon said: ‘You’re shaking your head . . . I have to ask the question–do you have a response to those charges?’

Simon tried twice more–and there were two more significant pauses–before he gave up and thanked the couple. Only Mrs Cosby, with whom the star has five children, thanked Simon in return.

More was to come. On Tuesday, model and reality TV star Janice Dickinson accused Cosby of raping her, claiming she was attacked after a dinner at a Californian resort in 1982.

Dickinson, 59, said Cosby gave her a pill and a glass of wine after she complained of stomach pains. The last thing she recalled before passing out, she alleged, was ‘Bill Cosby in a patchwork robe, dropping his robe and getting on top of me. And I remember a lot of pain’.

Cosby’s lawyer has denied the allegations, calling her story ‘a complete lie’.

But a day after Dickinson spoke out, Therese Serignese became the seventh woman to say publicly that Cosby sexually assaulted her. She said she was a starstruck 19-year-old when he chatted her up in a Las Vegas hotel, before giving her powerful tranquiliser pills. She alleged she came round to find they were having sex and accused him of ‘using his fame and power to come after people’s innocence’.

Last night, the wife of Incredible Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno became the latest to publicly accuse Cosby of sexual assault. Carla Ferrigno claimed he grabbed her and forcibly kissed her when she was a teenager at his house after a double date in 1967, before she pushed him off.

Millions of shocked fans and admirers are now watching the rapid disintegration of the reputation of the man once dubbed ‘America’s Dad’.

Famous supporters, such as actress Whoopi Goldberg, have leapt to Cosby’s defence, but broadcasters are running scared. NBC has scrapped plans to make a new family sitcom featuring the comic and the internet streaming service Netflix has ‘postponed’ a comedy special starring him.

The idea that such a prominent black role model, who tours the country lecturing African Americans on the importance of family, has feet of clay is almost too painful to contemplate in a racially divided America.

Praised by presidents and courted by corporations, Cosby became indistinguishable from the man he played on The Cosby Show–Dr Cliff Huxtable, the loving patriarch of a middle-class family in New York.

The NBC show, then the most popular on U.S. TV, ran from 1984 to 1992. In Britain, it was one of Channel 4’s most popular shows, ground-breaking in portraying black people in a happy family that was affluent and successful.

That many Americans are hearing for the first time there may be a sinister side to Bill Cosby is testament, say some, to the power of his PR machine and the reluctance of the establishment to criticise him.

For many of these accusations were first made nearly ten years ago. How could this have happened?

One possible explanation lies in the way that interviewer Scott Simon was then hounded on social media for ‘ambushing’ Cosby.

Many might wonder if it’s ever wrong to bring up repeated accusations of rape but, astonishingly, they have been barely mentioned over the years. Cosby has always rejected the claims against him, and has never been charged over them–let alone convicted.

A new authorised biography didn’t refer to the allegations once, and nor did its review in the liberal New York Times, which praised it as ‘wonderfully thorough’.

The same glaring omission was repeated in Cosby’s recent TV interviews to mark the upcoming 30th anniversary of The Cosby Show. Chatshow host Stephen Colbert instead gushed: ‘I’m going to say something controversial. I think you’re great.’

Even when, a few years ago, Cosby was promoting a campaign for better behaviour in the black community, interviewers including Oprah Winfrey didn’t deign to mention the subject.

In recent days, several U.S. journalists admitted their attempts to publicise the allegations were spiked by editors who were, as one put it, ‘horrified at the prospect of taking down’ a ‘beloved figure and civil rights pioneer’.

Footage has also emerged of an interview Cosby gave a few days ago, before the latest claims, to the Associated Press news agency, in which the star tried to shame the reporter for daring to bring up the allegations. ‘I don’t talk about it,’ he said.

Some have suggested that fear of being labelled racist may have protected him. ‘I recognise Bill Cosby as a comedic genius, and black people–with good reason–don’t throw away our geniuses,’ said black academic Brittney Cooper. ‘Far too often, racism becomes an excuse for us not to confront sexism.’

If that was the case, it is no longer. Another alleged victim, Joan Tarshis–a former publicist to reggae star Bob Marley–also revealed herself this week. She says she was 19 when Cosby sexually assaulted her twice in 1969, while supposedly helping her get on in the industry.

The first time, Ms Tarshis says she woke up on his couch after he had given her a drink. Cosby had raped her, she says, but her parents idolised the star and, ‘ashamed’, she kept quiet. On the second occasion, she claims she felt very dizzy after he gave her a drink and later awoke naked in his hotel suite bed.

The accusers’ stories about being drugged and attacked are eerily similar. So too are their claims that they were ignored by the entertainment industry and discouraged from contacting the police.

Ironically, the allegations have only gained traction because another popular African-American comic, Hannibal Buress, called Cosby a rapist in his act last month.

Cosby’s publicist has said the star would not dignify ‘decade-old, discredited’ claims with a response. But sceptics challenged his claim that they were ‘discredited’.

They were first made in 2005 by Andrea Constand, a university basketball star whom Cosby was mentoring. She said he had given her ‘herbal’ pills to ease her anxiety. Having drugged her, Cosby then molested her, she claimed.

Authorities chose not to file criminal charges. This week, Bruce Castor, the former prosecutor who investigated Cosby, said he had thought the star was ‘probably guilty’ but there had been insufficient evidence. But Constand went ahead with a civil lawsuit and 13 more women agreed to testify as anonymous witnesses, citing similar accusations. Cosby, who claimed his relationship with Constand had been consensual, settled out of court for an undisclosed amount in 2006.

But three of the women who had agreed to testify soon came forward.

Tamara Green, a California lawyer, said she had been assaulted in the Seventies, but only spoke out when she realised she wouldn’t be alone.

She alleged she was a 19-year-old model when Cosby, whom she knew socially, gave her pills which he said would sort out a cold. When he offered to put her to bed, she said, she tried to fight him off but passed out. Cosby said he didn’t know her.

Another former young model, Beth Ferrier, claimed she had a relationship with Cosby in the mid-Eighties which ended after he drugged her coffee and she awoke in a car with her clothes in disarray.

The third woman, Barbara Bowman, had been an aspiring 17-year-old actress when her agent told her Cosby was ‘scouting for young talent’. She alleged the star had been a ‘monster’ who pinned her by her neck as he unbuckled his belt. Her thought, she has said, was: ‘Who’s gonna believe this? He was a powerful man. He was like the President.’

Cosby’s defenders insist the women are trying to cash in on his money and fame. Whoopi Goldberg has questioned why Ms Bowman didn’t go to police or get a hospital to confirm she had been raped.

The U.S. statute of limitations on the alleged assaults ran out long ago, meaning Cosby cannot be tried or sued in any court.

These women insist they have nothing to gain other than what they see as long-delayed justice.

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  • Atheist Realist

    i still like Bill Cosby and it could be worse. At least he didn’t kill people

    • Frank_DeScushin

      You like a black serial rapist of white women? Interesting take.

      • APaige

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nx6KAd_Su3I
        Here is a ‘joke’ about giving girls Spanish fly from 1969

        • bilderbuster

          I never thought he was funny enough to even make me smile let alone laugh. The Cosby Show and his family in those ugly cloths, his stupid sweaters or HBC sweat shirts, none of it was ever funny.

          • me

            It was a ‘Magic Negro’ production, run by the powers that be to try and give Negro families a role model. That has never worked in the history of all histories. People are shocked by the rape allegations–wonder why I’m not? Because Cosby is a NEGRO.

          • the Southerner

            Cosby was part of the now defunct Acceptable Coon Movement

          • benvad

            Man the MSM really did sell us a Bill of Goods with that sitcom. Brainwashing whites with the illusions of negro normalcy, that and sports, what a lie it all is.

          • bilderbuster

            Cosby was putting little messages on the show. Like the twin grandchildren being named Nelson and Winnie after the Mandela’s, and anti-Apartheid posters on his “kid’s” bedroom walls.

        • Speedy Steve

          Dang! I’d forgotten that routine. Cos was great on I Spy and in another sitcom in 1969.

          • bilderbuster

            Now you’re funny too!

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        My thoughts as well. I never did like him. Never saw what was so ingenious about him. Anyone can say “Noah, it’s the Lord!! Right..” A funny little routine, but that doesn’t change the overriding issue here. A series of women are saying the same thing about him, and none of them will win any kind of law suit for this. They are making the truth known, because it is right and good to do so. Were Cosby a White guy, his name would be mud. That he has gotten away with rape, repeatedly, is s first hand example of Black privilege.

        • The Worlds Scapegoat

          I never liked Cosby. I thought he was a crappy actor (except as Fat Albert). Cosby was/is a POS. Hollywood and the entertainment industry wouldn’t accept him unless he was one of them: A POS.

          .

        • benvad

          The funny things us he could have banged all of them up front. Young beautiful aspiring models/actresses are always willing to give it up for fame and fortune.

          He did this on the sly to protect his rep and keep a secret from his wife Camille.

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      I still believe in the assumption of innocence. Until the allegations against Cosby are proven, I’ll consider them only allegations. Gentlemen, let’s not jump to conclusions and assume that he’s guilty, as black mobs often do to accused whites.

      • GeneticsareDestiny

        I agree, so far there is no evidence other than the word of an increasingly large number of women that he did anything. If he really was raping so many women, why didn’t even a single one go to the police or a hospital to get a rape kit done? Why is there no physical evidence? With such a large number of alleged victims, you’d think at least one of them would have something other than allegations.

        If he really did this, he is scum and deserves to be prosecuted for it. But I will consider him innocent until there hard evidence that he committed rape.

        • Frank_DeScushin

          Actually, there is other evidence. Cosby paid a settlement to one accuser and Cosby’s lawyers have excluded her from Cosby’s denials. Further, the DA in that case said that he did not pursue charges because the victim waited too long for the DAs office to be able to recover physical evidence. Based on the DAs extensive experience with criminals and rape victims, however, he said he believed the victim, and he believed Cosby to be lying. I tend to believe the DAs judgment in reading criminals.

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            Hm, that is suspicious and I had not heard about it. Nonetheless, if there was no physical evidence and Cosby was never convicted of a crime, I feel he must still be considered innocent until proven guilty.

            I really hope this rape didn’t happen (because rape is horrible and no one should have to experience it), but if it did, why did the victim wait so long to come forward, making it impossible to collect physical evidence?

            I don’t ask this to be insensitive towards rape victims, but surely they must know that their word alone isn’t going to be enough (nor should it be enough). I am a woman myself, and I’ve known ever since I was a kid that if something like that ever happened to me, I needed to go to the police immediately so they could collect as much evidence as possible.

          • Henry Higgins

            You’re probably an ugly woman.

          • Anna Tree

            I will also wait for a trial to be sure but there is indeed a lot of smoke.
            That said, many women are coming forward. Many young at the time and their words are judged by today’s standard. I think that young women back then would feel more shame to go to the police than today’s young women. They have nothing to gain today to come out.
            One said there was semen between her legs. So Cosby didn’t always used protection if the testimonial is true. If he didn’t in other instances, what I am wondering is how come nobody became pregnant. Maybe a few had abortions, but with this increasing numbers of victims, maybe one didn’t abort…

          • Whitesneedtobebrave

            I hope they had abortions. We do not need more mulato babies on welfare and raping white women just like their dad did.

          • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

            I agree. This article, even, casts a light of massive suspicion on Cosby to the reader with a modicum of couth. A series of women are coming out, with similar stories. None of them have anything to gain monetarily for this. They are clearly doing nothing other than venting the truth. Actually, I think that the timing for this is perfect, with the whole Ferguson thing going on with Blacks making complete asses of themselves for all to observe. Cosby is a legendary magic Negro for millions of Whites. The hard truth about him being aired will spell the racial awakening of more Whites.

          • Mentious

            Yes I think the Magic Negro thing is down the tubes now. Sheesh, just look at the man’s face. You can see the guy is evil.

        • Henry Higgins

          Spoken like a true female misogynist.
          The reality is that many sexual assaults don’t produce ‘hard’ evidence. It’s also true that these incidents aren’t totally black and white, in terms of consent. The honesty of the victims, at least the ones whose stories I’ve heard, impresses me; they don’t attempt to claim he ‘forced’ himself on them without at least some dimension of consent from them. They wanted his money, fame and power; some went back after the first assault. Some admit he did inappropriate sexual things to them prior to actually drugging/assaulting them.
          ‘Rape’ was historically a black and white word, but hasn’t been for almost three decades. Your posture is pathetic, however.

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            This is the most unfortunate thing about rape; the fact that many rapes do not leave behind physical evidence means that it is impossible to separate with 100% accuracy the real rapes that simply have no evidence from the false rape accusations.

            It’s certainly possible that Cosby raped all of the women who have come forward with allegations about it. Perhaps he left behind no evidence because he’s more intelligent than most rapists and knew better than to leave his DNA on the women.

            But it could also be that these really are false accusations and he is innocent of the crimes. Since the basis of the American criminal justice system is “innocent until proven guilty,” I feel it is best to go with that.

          • Frank_DeScushin

            Well said, and I agree. I saw the following take on the Cosby allegations:

            “The consistency of the reported M.O. is astounding, right up to the act which runs the gamut. All these flies so willfully went into the spider’s web seeking its favor, drawn by its power, and ironically, likely willing, in attempts to curry his favor, to voluntarily perform the very acts inflicted upon them. Cosby disproved the old adage. Apparently you actually can rape the willing. He found a way to do it.”

          • Beloved Comrade

            “Cosby disproved the old adage. Apparently you actually can rape the willing. He found a way to do it.”

            They were so willing Cosby had to drug them before he raped them.

            Rich boy Andrew Luster raped and drugged his victims and was sentenced to 50 years (124 years before appeal) plus a $1 million fine. His $3.1 million trust fund didn’t save him, but he was stupid enough to film what he was doing while his victims snored away.

          • me

            Indeed! Cosby is a ‘sacred cow’. He’s a Negro, he’s wealthy, and he’s a ‘spokesperson’ and ‘role model’ for the youths. Now, how would it look if he was just like every other Negro rapist? Statistically, I’d bet on his guilt, his ‘roofies’, and his out of court settlements. Plus, all of his victims were White women. Just saying….

          • Katherine McChesney

            There were a few black accusers also.

        • 48224

          Gene…..So why do you think all the women’s stories are nearly identical?????? When you have multiple people, who don’t even know each other, telling you a nearly identical story of how someone assaulted them….IT’S A TRUE STORY!!!!!
          Do you also think OJ Simpson was framed? Damn!

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            “Do you also think OJ Simpson was framed? Damn!”

            Of course not. And I’m not saying I think Cosby is definitively innocent. But stories are just stories. They may be true or false. The fact that they all have common threads is suspicious, I agree! And if he really did commit rape on even one of the women accusing him of it, I want to see him be punished severely for it!

            But I’m just not willing to assume he’s guilty just because a large number of women (who have no evidence beyond their words) say he is. Innocent until proven guilty is the legal standard in the United States, and for good reason! With the OJ Simpson trial, there was physical evidence linking him to the crime. With the Bill Cosby rape allegations, there so far has been no physical evidence whatsoever.

            I had no idea my opinion on this would be so controversial, especially on AmRen where most people are aware of how common false rape claims are.

          • Henry Higgins

            The problem with innocent until proven guilty is that in the case of rape that leaves women guilty until proven innocent, which absolutely devolves into pure misogyny. What if a guy grabs a woman against her will…there is a crime called criminal sexual contact…but there’d be no way to ‘tell’ if he did it or not, really, if all one considered were bruises or direct witnesses, in many cases. So why do legislatures even bother to pass laws that cannot be prosecuted?
            What this thread and your comments reveal is a total disrespect for how incredibly common rape without any adjudication was and still often is. To assume, as you are doing Genetics, that women are falsely accusing is misogyny, plain and simple. You do not approach these incidents with an even respect for the man and woman, and that’s part of what’s so controversial.

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            “The problem with innocent until proven guilty is that in the case of rape that leaves women guilty until proven innocent”

            No, it doesn’t. If a woman is raped or sexually harassed and there is no evidence other than her word that the man did it, the fact that he is considered innocent until proven guilty under the law doesn’t magically make her guilty of anything. What would she even be guilty of in this instance? False rape claims? To be guilty of a false rape claim also requires conviction in a court of law, just as being guilty of rape does.

            “but there’d be no way to ‘tell’ if he did it or not, really, if all one considered were bruises or direct witnesses, in many cases.”

            Yes, there would be no way to tell that he did it. I’m not saying I like the fact that many legitimate rapes and instances of criminal sexual contact are impossible to prosecute.

            But imagine a world where a woman’s word was all that was required to convict a man of rape and sentence him to prison time. Imagine how horrific such a world would be.

            A man would have to tiptoe around on eggshells whenever he was around any woman, at any time, in any place, for fear that he might make her angry and that she’d retaliate by making up a false rape claim and completely destroying his life.

            Have you ever really considered how incredibly devastating being falsely accused of a crime is to an innocent man (or woman, for that matter)? Have you ever thought about how absolutely perverse a society would have to be to think it’s okay to lock innocent people up for crimes they didn’t commit based solely on the word of someone else?

            What if a woman one day decided she hated you and wanted you to suffer, so she falsely accused you of rape and you were sent to prison solely on her word?

            Would you be so flippant towards the legal standard of innocent until proven guilty then?

            “So why do legislatures even bother to pass laws that cannot be prosecuted?”

            Because not all rapes have no evidence beyond the alleged victim’s word. Many rapes do have other forms of evidence, such as DNA from the rapist linking him to the crime, bruising on the victim where he harmed her, fingerprints linking him to the location of the crime, or witnesses that saw him commit it.

            The fact that it is impossible to prove a rape occurred 100% of the time does not mean laws against rape are stupid or pointless.

            “What this thread and your comments reveal is a total disrespect for how incredibly common rape without any adjudication was and still often is. To assume, as you are doing Genetics, that women are falsely accusing is misogyny, plain and simple. You do not approach these incidents with an even respect for the man and woman, and that’s part of what’s so controversial.”

            I never said rape was not common. Rape is quite common and happens all over the world, every day. But to grant men the legal assumption of innocence is not to inherently accuse all alleged victims of being liars.

            Rather, it is to withhold the judgement that he is guilty until he is actually proven to be guilty in a court of law. Note that it also requires a conviction in a court of law for a woman to be legally considered a false rape accuser.

            Just because a woman brings a rape case against a man and he is found innocent does not automatically mean she’s lying. It just means that the jury could not be certain beyond a reasonable doubt that he was guilty.

            Unfortunately, there are many legitimate rape cases where the accused cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt to be guilty, and in these cases he will be set free. This is not something that makes me happy, like you seem to think.

            But I would rather a guilty man (or woman) walked free than that an innocent one was jailed. If you don’t feel the same way, we have an inherently different outlook on what “justice” means.

            And if you would genuinely prefer that innocent men who have been falsely accused of rape be jailed simply so we can avoid letting real rapists go, you are a disgusting individual and you do not deserve the legal protections defendants in America enjoy.

          • Henry Higgins

            I consider rape a life sentence, sometimes considerably worse than the penalty meted out to some men actually convicted of rape. So women victims are most definitely assumed guilty until proven otherwise in your schema. If you would genuinely prefer that innocent women who have been raped be imprisoned so we can avoid letting false rape accusers go you are a disgusting individual.

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            I agree that men who commit rape often get sentences that are too light. Rapists ought to be jailed for longer than they are now and should not be eligible for parole until they are too old to have the energy or inclination to rape anymore.

            “So women victims are most definitely assumed guilty until proven otherwise in your schema.”

            You still haven’t explained exactly what they’re guilty of in my worldview. I never said that women are responsible for it if they are raped. Even women who do irresponsible things like walk in dangerous neighborhoods in the middle of the night are not at fault if they are raped. The rapist is always at fault.

            And when you say you consider rape to be a life sentence, are you talking about the fact that being raped can change a woman’s life forever? I agree, it does, and it is an awful and terrible thing for anyone to have to experience. That is why I want legitimate rapists to suffer serious consequences for their actions. I would even support the death penalty for particularly violent rapes.

            f you would genuinely prefer that innocent women who have been raped be imprisoned so we can avoid letting false rape accusers go you are a disgusting individual.

            I think you have misunderstood me. Where in any of my posts did I advocate locking up women who’ve been raped? I would not want to lock up any woman who accuses a man of rape unless she is convicted of being a false accuser in a court of law.

            In this way, genuine victims of rape would never be locked up because a jury could not be convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that she lied. It is a sensible system.

            I always support the right of defendants to be considered innocent until proven guilty. This includes in cases where the defendant is a woman who may or may not have falsely accused a man of rape.

            Ideally, what I’d like to see in cases where it is hard to be certain if a rape occurred is this:
            1. The man who is accused of rape is put on trial. If found guilty, he is sentenced to jail time.
            2. If he is found not guilty, he can choose to charge the woman with making false rape accusations. If he chooses to do this,
            3. The woman is placed on trial. If she is found guilty, she is sentenced to jail time.
            4. If she is found not guilty, the case leaves the legal system and both man and woman go their separate ways.

            This type of system seems like the closest we can get in the real world to catching the maximum number of rapists and false rape accusers while avoiding locking up innocent men and women who’ve genuinely been raped.

          • Katherine McChesney

            ‘I had no idea my opinion on this would be so controversial, especially
            on AmRen where most people are aware of how common false rape claims
            are.’

            Interesting however, most people are aware of how common rapes occur by black AND White men.

      • rebelcelt

        I am not assuming guilt but when a dozen women come forth saying the same thing, it is not hard to give it some credibility. Women who were on a friendly terms with him at one time.

    • Whitetrashgang

      Well maybe he should kill you.

    • Pathfinder75

      “At least he didn’t kill people.”

      I disagree with your dismissive attitude.

      As any woman who has ever been raped will tell you,becoming a victim of this sort of heinous crime can truly be considered a fate worse than death.The trauma they are forced to cope with,both physically and mentally,is a hell they must struggle to overcome for the rest of their lives.

    • rebelcelt

      You like a man that it seems very probable that he is a serial rapist! What kind of person are you?

    • me

      Maybe the rape victims died a little bit inside….

      • Pathfinder75

        That can be said of all rape victims.

    • Whitesneedtobebrave

      Raping is just as bad as killing. You are killing the innocence of women.

      • The Worlds Scapegoat

        To me killing is #4 on the list of what is bad. Pedophiles and those that hurt children are #1 on the list; rapists are #2; and sociopaths are #3. Military, Police, and other people kill in self defense. Nobody rapes or molests another person in self defense.

        P.S. Bill Cosby will be coming out with a new sitcom where he is a psychologist mentoring young white woman who are reaching puberty. The show will be called “The rapist”, opps I meant “Therapist.”

        .

        • Pathfinder75

          My thoughts exactly.

        • Whitesneedtobebrave

          LOL so true.

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          I agree. Rape should result in the death penalty. Lynchings were the answer to rape in the good old days. In the good old days, the rape of one White woman would have produced vigilante justice, with this slippery Negro sociopath hanging from the ole’ oak tree.

      • Pathfinder75

        Rape is a crime that warrants the death penalty just as much as cold-blooded murder does.

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          Yes it does. The only reason rape doesn’t have the death penalty is because of Negrophilic White Liberal leadership. JFK, Lyndon Johnson, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton. Lukewarm, non-racial realist Repubs in the interim haven’t helped.

    • Katherine McChesney

      It figure considering your ridiculous moniker. You’re no realist.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Yes, white fear of being labeled a racist undoubtedly protected Cosby. Remember, most of these accusers were teens when Cosby allegedly raped them, and they didn’t know there was a bevy of other victims out there. In each victim’s mind it was a lone, young, white girl vs. one of the most beloved black men in the country; and the girls were likely afraid to be accused of racism and called a liar.

    To me it’s more shameful the white media didn’t pursue the rape allegations more vigorously, but as we all know the media is useless and white media members regularly cover up black crime.

  • sulbernick

    The fear of accusations of ‘racism’ prevented action against the Muslim paedophile rapist gangs in Rotherham (England) who over a 16 year period abused 1400 vulnerable and underage (mostly White) girls.

  • superlloyd

    The power of an illusion burnished and protected by the liberated media has crashed and burned. The magic negro doesn’t exist as many conservatives’ pet negro is found to be as depraved as any ghetto hood rat.

    I plead guilty to schadenfreude.

    • APaige

      What about this for an illusion: “black people–with good reason–don’t throw away our geniuses,”. Geniuses? Now that is funnier than anything Bill Cosby ever said.

      • frederickdixon

        I suppose the “good reason” is that they have so few of them.

      • Sick of it

        Considering they breed down intentionally, it’s hard to imagine they remain capable of producing a genius even in the upper extreme of the black bell curve.

      • Mentious

        Yes and she said his rapes are just “sexism.” Not rape, assault, Demonic Living, etc.

  • “Muh dik” prefers white women? No surprise there.

    “Muh dikking” by a famous, revered black man? Like with MLK, no surprise.

    “Muh dik” plays the race card masterfully? Yep, like they all do.

    All it would take would be courageous DA to put together a grand jury. With the corrupt legal system as it is, that’s not likely. I’ll bet Creepy Cosby has raped or molested at least a hundred white women, but most of them aren’t going to come forward unless subpoenaed.

  • Alexandra1973

    I have to admit I’m a bit disappointed (but not overly surprised). You know, he always seemed like such a lovable figure. I remember the Texas Instruments commercials he was in…and I watched Fat Albert when I was a kid.

    *sigh* Guess reality has to hit sometime, huh?

    • robinbishop34

      I love Angry Birds. I’ve literally gone through about 90 screens over the last two years. It’s SO addictive.

      • Beloved Comrade

        The creators of that game would like to thank you, a billion times, all the way to the bank.

        • robinbishop34

          LOL

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      No big deal or shock for me. I never liked Cosby anyway. I’m actually not that surprised by the allegations. Trusting Negroes is foolhardy.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Hmm…WHY would 10 women who don’t know one another seem to have the same story?

    What do they have to gain?

    It certainly sounds like where there is ‘smoke’, there is fire…and that in the end, Cosby may be a serial rapist.

    • pcmustgo

      There are some women who make false allegations of rape, such as black liar Crystal Magnum (Duke Lacrosse case) and white women too. I think it’s too many that are coming forward though. 7 is a lot.

      • Alexandra1973

        I think anyone falsely accusing someone of rape would be more believable in the eyes of the PC crowd if the poor sap they’re accusing is White.

        Accuse a black man–and a famous one at that–and you have everyone across the board saying “He didn’t do nuffin!”

        • OS-Q

          Or the “It’s just like ‘To Kill a Mockingbird!” defense.

      • me

        False allegations are for college socialists, not for grown women.

        • FinnShane

          Exactly. One accuser is an established actress who appeared on Law and Order. These aren’t gold diggers on the make.

          • Katherine McChesney

            There are several black and mulatto women who are exposing him.

  • pcmustgo

    Why didn’t he say “it’s not true”, instead of “no comment”?

    • Beloved Comrade

      His lawyer said “it’s not true.”

      I have a feeling this story is going to die quickly. Cosby received standing ovations when he performed in the Bahamas yesterday.

      Imagine if the races were reversed, this would be bigger than Ferguson, EO amnesty and Gruber all rolled into one.

      • Mentious

        Yeah, imagine a famous and powerful White comedian drugging black women and raping them. Totally sci-fi. Wouldn’t happen. But if a powerful White comedian even stepped on the toe of a black woman it would be hysteria 24-7 for 8 months on jwyznewz, no doubt.

        • Whitesneedtobebrave

          Who would want to rape a Negress? No white man in his right mind would demean himself like that. It is like raping and animal

          • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

            My sentiments exactly!! Beasteality would be an accurate description.

          • anony

            Who of us would want to rape anyone?

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      Because he is guilty. Dr. Huxtible the Magic Negro is just another sadistic sociopath like most of his race. He is in the same category now as O.J. and MLK. Lionized by impressionable Whites until the sleazy reality of what lies within came out. The reality is that 99% of Negroes are like this, if not more. This whole Cosby case is just one more nugget of proof that the good ole’ Southrons were right all along Negroes are an inferior, degenerate race that either must segregated and in subordination to Whites, or just sent back to Africa.

  • LHathaway

    He’s being attacked because he’s a conservative. They’re hitting him below the belt with full knowledge there is nothing he can do to harm them back or countersue. The most he can do is deny the allegation. It’s like arguing one is not a beneficiary of white privilege. Even denials make him look guilty. It’s probably why Cosby declines to discuss it at all.

    • Larry Klein

      Hes not a conservative unless we define a conservative as someone whose pants dont drag on the floor

    • Frank_DeScushin

      First, we don’t know if Cosby is Conservative. We know he speaks out against black pathologies and ghetto culture, but we don’t know if he supports Democrats or Republicans. I’m inclined to think the former playing the percentages.

      Second, most of these women probably don’t even care about politics. They’re not trying to bring down a Conservative because they probably don’t think in those terms. The reason why so many are coming forward is because of safety in numbers. For the first time they are realizing that they’re not alone in their accusations against Cosby.

      • Kenner

        I saw Cosby complaining about Justice Thomas a few years ago, I think on Larry King, that Thomas ‘won’t give anything back to the black community’. In other words, Thomas won’t steal from whites to give to blacks.

        • Brakedust

          Stealing from whites to give to a black sounds like Cosby’s rapist m.o. Seems as if he may have (partly) sought vengeance by drugging and raping trusting white girls.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Well said Frank. He has spoken against Black sociopathy, yes, but these are only words. We now see that his words have been empty. He is a typical sociopathic Negro himself.

    • WR_the_realist

      I’m willing to bet anybody here that Cosby voted for Obama both times. So he’s a “conservative” only in the same sense Colin Powell is.

      • Beloved Comrade

        I’m willing to bet Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Alan West and other so-called black conservatives voted for Obama once the curtains were pulled in the polling booth.

        It is only the White race, unfortunately, that support non-Whites, especially if they work against the interests of Whites.

        • WR_the_realist

          Here I’d say you’re wrong. I doubt that Thomas Sowell, who has been quite critical of Obama voted for him even once, and certainly not twice. There are decent, intelligent, and principled black men. Just not enough of them.

          • Unperson

            “There are decent, intelligent, and principled black men. Just not enough of them.”

            Only about 4%, judging by the 96% of blacks who voted their skin color rather than voting the issues in both 2008 and 2012 (and just about every other election ever). So yes there are decent, intelligent, and principled black men — just not NEARLY enough of them.

            Although I too like and defend Thomas Sowell, a genuinely good, genuinely smart man, the lesson I draw from the outing of The Cos as a mickey-slipping date-rapist with several decades of sexual abuses of white women under his, uh, belt, is that even most of “the good ones” aren’t actually good. The only thing “good” about them is that they’re good at hiding how bad they really are.

            Also: has Whoopi Goldberg characterized Cosby’s misbehavior as “not rape-rape” yet?

          • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

            There are, yes, but they are like finding a needle in a haystack. To me, so few Negroes display any couth that it is pointless to fixate on their presence. At least 99% of Negroes are sociopathic moral degenerates.

    • Beloved Comrade

      This is the “conservative” who hit all the Sunday talk shows to defend Obama.

    • Charlie

      I kinda think so, too…you would think with all the thug rappers, and libtard druggie politicians, who routinely rape females, on an almost nightly basis, why don’t women ever come forward and accuse them? The Zio-media is on a witch hunt, to destroy all and any vestiges of “good, clean and wholesomeness” that is remaining in the Western media…

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        What you are trying to allege into existence is pointless. Dr. Cliff Huxtible, the magic Negro, is nothing but a fantasy. Such Negroes do not exist. Cosby is a serial rapist. He has joined the ranks of former magic Negroes that include O.J., MLK, and Barack Hussein Obama. The Magic Negro is nothing but a fantasy. There are no magic Negroes. Obongo is a White hating pig, and Cosby is s serial rapist. Yeah, reality bites. But guess what?? It is still reality. Cosby is a serial rapist. Bill Clinton is a philanderer and maybe a sex addict, but not a rapist. He is just a Don Juan unhinged, not a violent sociopath. His behavior is fueled by Negrophilia, no doubt, but his Anglo-Celtic genes prevail, making him a lover, not a rapist. Bill Clinton is looking for love when he meets women. Cosby is looking to dominate women. He is a sick, sadistic wretch of an excuse for a human bring. Bill is just a confused, overgrown teenager.

  • Bonny Alba

    I was wondering how long it would take before amren ran this article. If the accusations are true, it looks like he was a pioneer of denying women their civil rights.

    • Beloved Comrade

      The same feminists that denounced Bill Clinton will step up to the plate to denounce Bill Cosby.

      • me

        True! Despicable, any way you look at it.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Maybe so. None of this changes reality, though. Cosby is a sadistic serial rapist. The death penalty would be more then fitting for Cosby. Bill Clinton is just an overgrown horny little boy. A Don Juan run amok. He is a horny little boy married to an angry Femi-Nazi who seeks sex with other women. Cosby is a sadistic rapist. Bill is looking for love. Cosby seeks to dominate, as rapists do. Rape is about dominance and control. Not love. People who sleep around are looking for love, but going about it the wrong way. They are confused people. Rapists are not confused. They are evil. They gain pleasure by hurting others.

  • robinbishop34

    I remember hearing about this 20 years ago.

  • MekongDelta69

    “‘This question gives me no pleasure,’ began presenter Scott Simon, before asking Cosby about ‘serious accusations raised against you in recent days. However, I have to ask…’ An unpleasant pause permeated the room as Simon Said… ‘Did you really like the colored Jello?'”

    Cosby’s entourage went ballistic, screaming at Simon that he was a filthy, disgusting racist while chasing him down the hall with machetes, knives and guns…

    [Seriously – the above is not very different or ludicrous from any other real story which you’ve seen every day for the past fifty years.]

  • OyVey00

    How did they even made someone who was known to be sleeping around during the 60s and 70s into a role model for “family values”?

    • Larry Klein

      Well somehow a serial propagator of AIDS, Magic, was absurdly elevated to Saint status

    • Beloved Comrade

      The same forces that had you believe he was a real doctor and his TV wife a high-powered lawyer.

      • FinnShane

        I found the premise of “Different Strokes” to be more plausible than “The Cosby Show”.

  • Larry Klein

    The reality is we know nothing of these bozo media creations.

    • dmxinc

      You said it all in a concise statement.

  • Vito Powers

    Note that it was all white women that he allegedly raped. Why no sistahs? Also, were these young women that naive to think there wouldn’t be a quid pro quo in having America’s Dad “mentor” them?

    Besides, Cosby is 77 years old now. He was practically incoherent in his appearance on the Colbert Report.

    Bill, old comedians never die, they just fade away.

    • anony

      I always heard that, “old comedians never die, they just smell that way”.

    • anony

      I always heard that, “old comedians never die, they just smell that way”.

    • Frank_DeScushin

      There have now been three non-white women that have come forward. I expect there will be more.

      The college basketball player Cosby settled with, Andrea Constand, is biracial. She appears mainly Euro with some Afro DNA.

      Renita Cheney Hill claims she was raped while working on Picture Pages with Cosby. Hill is a very light skinned black woman.

      Angela Leslie is an actress who claims Cosby sexually abused her. Leslie is a medium complexioned black woman.

      • SoulInvictus

        “…raped while working on Picture Page…”

        Add another sentence to the list of things I never wanted to see in print.
        The only way these people could crap on my childhood memories more is if Captain Kangaroo turns out to have been John Wayne Gacy and Optimus Prime was a Communist.

    • Frank_DeScushin

      There have now been three non-white women that have come forward. I expect there will be more.

      The college basketball player Cosby settled with, Andrea Constand, is biracial. She appears mainly Euro with some Afro DNA.

      Renita Cheney Hill claims she was raped while working on Picture Pages with Cosby. Hill is a very light skinned black woman.

      Angela Leslie is an actress who claims Cosby sexually abused her. Leslie is a medium complexioned black woman.

    • Frank_DeScushin

      There have now been three non-white women that have come forward. I expect there will be more.

      The college basketball player Cosby settled with, Andrea Constand, is biracial. She appears mainly Euro with some Afro DNA.

      Renita Cheney Hill claims she was raped while working on Picture Pages with Cosby. Hill is a very light skinned black woman.

      Angela Leslie is an actress who claims Cosby sexually abused her. Leslie is a medium complexioned black woman.

      • Charlie

        What is most puzzling, is the sobering fact that, why does he, or any other celebrity, have to drug females, in order to have sex with them? I mean, just from the realm of fame and status, he should have had a Niagara of females, waiting with baiting breath in line, just to sleep with him…I mean, rock stars aren’t the only ones, who have groupies…

        • me

          It’s as plain as black and white….

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          He doesn’t have to drug them. He drugs them because he is a sadist. He looks to hurt women, not pleasure them. Rock stars like Brett Micheals, or Ted Nugent in his younger days, get a rush out of their ability to pleasure women. Show the ladies a good time. They are Don Juans. Cosby is not a Don Juan. He is a sadist. He takes pleasure in hurting ladies. Any grown man understands this difference. Brett Micheals and Bill Clinton enjoy giving a lady an orgasm, making a lady scream with ecstasy. A rapist, like Cosby, takes pleasure in hurting a lady. That is a huge difference.

          • Charlie

            I presume you to be correct, in your observations…

        • The Worlds Scapegoat

          He wanted to violate the innocent ones. The ones that would have said NO. It is typical negro psychopathy.

          Remember when you were a kid and doing something was funner if you were NOT suppose to do it.

          .

    • Frank_DeScushin

      There have now been three non-white women that have come forward. I expect there will be more.

      The college basketball player Cosby settled with, Andrea Constand, is biracial. She appears mainly Euro with some Afro DNA.

      Renita Cheney Hill claims she was raped while working on Picture Pages with Cosby. Hill is a very light skinned black woman.

      Angela Leslie is an actress who claims Cosby sexually abused her. Leslie is a medium complexioned black woman.

      • Beloved Comrade

        Is there an echo in here?

      • me

        Are you Cosby’s lawyer? Quit posting the same thing over and over….unless, of course, you’re going for the ‘if you repeat something often enough…’

  • dd121

    I don’t know what Cosby did or didn’t do but I do know this: he hasn’t been charged with a crime; he hasn’t been convicted of a crime. Further, I know the left is capable of smearing anyone who disagrees with them. (He does advocate personal responsibility for blacks which doesn’t wash with the left).

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      A black, loving father figure, successful physician and “America’s Dad” was as mythological and fictitious as his ridiculous sit-com, contrived to show Whites that blacks are just like them, better, in fact, and more successful than they are.

      Really, how many black families are there, let alone headed by highly paid professionals?

      Anyone else notice that ALL of Cosby’s accusers so far (17 according to today’s news) are White?

      The media certainly won’t notice.

      Rape allegations against Cosby are not new:

      This is from the Dec. 18, 2006 issue of People magazine.

      “What Cosby never mentioned was the civil lawsuit he settled just two days earlier with Andrea Constand, 32, a former Temple University employee who claimed Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her in his Philadelphia-area mansion in 2004. Constand’s lawyers Dolores Troiani and Bebe Kivitz ended up with 13 witnesses, most referred to in court documents as “Jane Does,” who came forward voluntarily with strikingly similar claims of drugging and or abuse by Cosby. Terms of the settlement, reached before any of the women could testify, were not disclosed.”

      —People, Dec., 2006

      http //www people com/people/archive/article/0 20059561 00 html

      Allegations of rape certainly didn’t hurt Bill Clinton.

      • dd121

        The body of evidence would certainly lead you to believe that where there’s smoke there’s fire. Still, he’s convictionless.

        • Sick of it

          “Still, he’s convictionless.”

          The same could be said of Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

          • dd121

            I knew I’d be criticized by my fellow AmRaners. My objections are on very narrow grounds,

          • Sick of it

            I did not criticize you. I do, however, have zero faith in “our” justice system. Too many criminals are running the show for justice to be done.

          • Ike Eichenberg

            At least BJ was disbarred for his dishonesty.

    • Tim_in_Indiana

      I disagree. The left loves it when a notable black counsels their own, because it implies that blacks can be reasoned with, and will eventually act “just like whites” if they have enough “positive role models.” It plays right into the left’s hands in denying immutable racial differences between blacks and whites.

      • bilderbuster

        You just summed up the whole propaganda concept of The Cosby Show and it’s spin off It’s a Different World.

    • Beloved Comrade

      The allegations against Cosby, like those against Clinton are credible.

      Since 2005, more than a dozen women have come out and accused Cosby of molestation or sexual assault.

      How is it all of these women are telling the exact same story. Do you think it’s a conspiracy to “bring down another successful black man?”

      • dd121

        That is how the preponderance of evidence swings.

        • me

          Hee hee. Unlikely. Cosby was a ‘Magic Negro’ propaganda symbol, to try and convince Negroes that they should aspire to being a Huxtable. That was the conspiracy. This is reality.

  • Luca

    A man who could afford the highest paid hookers in the world would rather indulge his fantasies in raping White women.

    No matter how much money you give them or how you dress them up, they cannot escape their DNA destiny.

    • Ike Eichenberg

      Paying for sex is psychologically emasculating.
      However for the negro mind taking what you want gives them the self delusion of alpha male status.

    • Luis

      Luca, then there’s King, beating up those white prostitutes in the Lorraine Motel, just before he got it, the next day.

      Jesse Jackson counseling Bill Clinton about the Monica Lewinsky scandal, while HE HIMSELF was paying hush money and child support to that PUSH secretary.

      Then there’s Michael Jackson with all those boys at Neverland.

      If the charges against against Bill Cosby are true; why should he be different?

      Magic is all about illusion, and sleight of hand – the so-called “magic negro” is just that.

  • italian guy

    The MSM always shows blacks in a positive light, doctors, engineers, scientists etc. etc. then we see their real nature outside the big screen… everything that comes out of Hollywood and tv shows is just BS.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

  • Brady

    I’m instinctively sceptical of any rape allegations that come forward this long after they are alleged to have occured.

    • me

      Cosby was FAMOUS back then. He was rich, Black, and a ‘role model’. There is no way that he would have been prosecuted in the 80s.

      • Charles Martel

        Good point. Michael Jackson was prosecuted and beat the rap, as did OJ.

  • TruthBeTold

    I don’t believe it was racism. It was fame.

    Cosby was a famous and a beloved comic with a goofy, happy-go-lucky persona.

    Who is the public going to believe?

    And while I’m not blaming the victim, some of these stories sound like they knew they were on the casting couch and went along with it because Cosby said he thought they were good actresses.

    Some of these seem to have kept quiet because they wanted a career in show business.

    • Unperson

      One can operate a casting couch without drugging anybody. That may not make such seductions purely “ethical” or “consensual”, but at least nobody was having their senses and their consciousness and their ability to make decisions deliberately tampered with to render them semi-conscious and therefore more pliable. The fact that ALL of the victims tell of being drugged tends to destroy whatever “benefit of the doubt” might be given to Cosby.

    • The Worlds Scapegoat

      Psychopaths are experts at manipulating other people’s perception of them. That is why they get away with it.

      .

  • DD-762

    Anybody out there remember Betsey Wright, Deputy Chair of Bill Clinton’s 1992 Campaign? Well ole Betsey coined the term “bimbo eruption” whenever some woman accused Slick Willy of rape, etc. Some feminist, eh?

    Perhaps Mr. Cosby should bring her on board as a consultant.

  • Henry Higgins

    Well Amren posters have lived right down to my worst expectations of them.
    My god. A main reason these women never came forward was because of endemic sexism, but also because Cosby is black.
    Most race realists hate women more than they defend whites against blacks, period.

    • Larry Klein

      Well, if you haven’t noticed,women are often lined up with the other victim groups with their knives aimed at straight white males. Your rosey view would change in a heartbeat if you worked for one

      • Henry Higgins

        Really, now. These white women were all lined up to attack a white guy, huh?
        No, you all are lined up to attack women. That’s the truth. And I happen to be someone who thinks women are as responsible for rape (of other women, their rivals usually) as men in most cases. But the take on here is just appalling.

        • me

          Yes, sometimes it seems that men in the WN movement are very anti-White female. It does us no service to scare away WN women that post here or read surreptuously, afraid of voicing any opinions because of the hostility of certain commenters. We need White solidarity more than we need a “He Man Woman Hater’s Club”.

          • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

            The only truly meaningful White Nationalism involves us guys thinking as a united front with our wives and sweethearts. Loving intimate relationships are at the root of what made White societies great. Amongst the Blacks, the men and women being at odds, and hating the other gender in an almost homoerotic fashion, is a major reason Black society is so violent and dysfunctional. Whites emulating the dysfunction of the inferior Negro race needs to stop. White men and women need to build strong, loving, and dedicated marriages again before we can re-claim our greatness. We are very much capable of this as a race. The right attitude needs to prevail. The inferior culture of the Negro needs to be held in proper abhorrence so that this can start. A race where the giggolo is the norm, Papa being a rolling stone is standard procedure, and Mom hating men until She gets horny, at which point intercourse is sought with any guy available, is an inferior race. This is how life occurs amongst the Negro race, though, and Bill Cosby’s sexual sociopathy is exemplifies the norm amongst Blacks. Such immorality is all the reason we need to hold the Negro race in proper abhorrence, as our forebears did. Segregation now, Segregation tomorrow.

        • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

          I agree. I love my wife dearly, and grew up spending a lot of time with very loving Grandparents who were a strong couple. When my Grandfather passed away, they had been married over 60 years. I’ve never understood guys who are woman Haters. There is most definitely a contingent of male hating women out there these days that I like to refer to as Femi-Nazis. A man cannot win around women like this. Every word we speak is disregarded by them simply because we are male. In my mind, both men and women who think this way, harboring such hatred for the other gender, are sick individuals. Marriage is one of the greatest gifts in this life. It is not always perfect by any means, but it is beautiful to be in love. That so many these days either blindly hate the other gender, are homosexual, are miscegenating, or are seeking sex without any meaningful emotional connections to the other person all evidence how sick we are as a society. Whites need to get back to the Christian values of our forebears, and re-discover the intense importance in all of this of segregation.

    • Rhialto

      You make good points. By African male standards, Bill Cosby is a paragon of monogamous virtue: One wife for 50 years and no known issue via other females. In addition, his alleged sexual acts all involve adult females with substantial African ancestry.

      What other conduct could reasonably be expected from a physically intact Black man?

      I also like the new name that you’re posting under: “Henry Higgins” is nicely alliterate.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Exactly. Negroes have never had our values. They never will. The stats for HIV/VD all across Africa, and amongst Blacks everywhere on earth attest to the pervasiveness of sexual degeneracy amongst them. It is essential that Whites again hold the Negro race in proper abhorrence in our hearts and minds. Once one holds them in proper abhorrence, emulating their behaviors simply does not occur. Doing anything like or as a Black takes on a negative connotation, and we avoid doing anything like or as the Negro does.

    • WR_the_realist

      Which race realists hate women? Objecting to the extremes of feminism is not at all the same thing as hating women.

    • Lin

      I agree, many accusations of rape don’t come up until the statute of limitations is up, This is true for many underage victims.

      You might think, who would take pills given in your hand by a strange black man? Likely no one, but this was Bill Cosby, everyone trusted him – promising fame, flirting, telling these girls they were great actresses and exciting them into believing him. Imagine a 17-year old white girl alone with Cosby, hearing all these words, reluctantly taking his “medicine” for anxiety (one woman claiming her parents loved Cosby so much), 30 years ago waking up confused, drugged, with her clothes off after meeting Cosby .To come up with this allegation alone would not only ruin her own chances of success but possibly ruin her life, with this maniacal black rapist who was rich and powerful “like the President.” Imagine the words she would have been called, the mockery received, the shame she would have felt. How could someone like this stand in his way of him moving up the ladder?

      Look at Jerry Sandusky, look at all the men who came forward who were molested as boys, decades later, including his own stepson. Imagine the shame in admitting something like that.
      Look at Michael Jackson! Look at all the people who ran to his defense, even without wanting to hear any of the accusations, because they did not want to see his reputation tarnished.

      Technically, none of these stories can be “proven”, but to have a powerful leader in charge with people paid to speak for him and protect his image, you are unlikely to have one of these stories taken seriously. Being black and having race brought into the mix is a huge added factor that would be putting the star in too much hot water for publicists to even acknowledge.

    • pcmustgo

      They seem to love Asian women!!!!!!! lol….

  • Setting aside the question of what kind of predator would drug and rape women when he was so rich and famous that he could have had a Mississippi River of compliant young women flowing to his door, this must be horrific and disorienting for liberals, since Bill Cosby and the Huxtable family were a significant part of our nation’s sacred ‘Martin Luther King Narrative,’ also fictional.

    • Mentious

      Yes. And MLK liked to use whores, especially white ones, and knock them around and bray at them. So you know, basically, it seems there is good consistency among blacks from MLK on down.

      • Maybe this was his strategy for getting a monument to himself on the Capital Mall.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        Yes there is. MLK was a venereal disease riddled jack a$s. We now know that Bill Cosby is in the same category as King. And these are the higher end of the Negro race. My wife once worked with a Black woman at a factory job who told that She wasn’t sure how many men she had been with, but she figured it was well over 100. She had never been in a long term relationship. When horny, she would, in her words, seek out “anyone or anything who was willing, and get it on”. This woman amazingly didn’t have children.

    • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

      The predatorial component is key for a Negro. Negroes are an extremely violent race. When Negresses in South Africa were interviewed about their thoughts on rape, most didn’t understand why rape is abnormal. What other evidence do we need as to the abhorrent nature of the Negro??

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  • Bryce Armstrong

    I never found Bill Cosby even the slightest bit amusing. His entire schtick is either making funny noises or funny faces.

  • Caucasoid88

    Muh dik.

  • wmingpt .

    Two words… Bill Clinton.

    • WR_the_realist

      Except that Bill Clinton groped and raped women but didn’t drug them into submission first. No matter how low a man goes, there’s always some man who goes lower.

      • OHDeutscheKlezmerRebel

        I’d put Slick Willie in the same category as Ted Nugent and Gene Simmons. He is addicted to sex. A sex addict and a rapist are two different things. Rapists are sadists who are addicted to hurting women. Sex addicts are lost souls who are addicted to consensual sex. They are looking for something, but are not sure what exactly they are looking for. As a result, they seek out sex. They are also, frequently, White guys under the spell of Negro culture. That is certainly the case with Bill, as with both Uncle Teddy and Simmons in their younger days. Uncle Teddy especially. A White baby boomer of Irish descent, who was probably rebelling against his parents by becoming infatuated with the Black man’s blues. Most of the early rock musicians were infatuated with Black culture, and many of them seemed to adopt the rolling stone sex lives of Blacks.

  • WR_the_realist

    I’m not sure what to make of this one. Contrary to the claims of feminists, women do make false claims of rape. But when so many different women come out with the same charges of being drugged and raped that gives the charges some credence. Especially since the statute of limitations has long since expired, none of the women can hope to get anything out of a lawsuit. It’s hard to see why so many women would be saying the same thing unless it was in fact true.

    Actors get paid to pretend to be someone they’re not, so no one should be shocked if Bill Cosby turns out not to be Mr. Morally Upright Family Man. I consider Hollywood to be a cesspool of depravity, and am never much surprised by what any of the people there do (whites included).

    • Tim

      “If ten men tell you you`re drunk, you need to lie down…”

    • Melvin Bonzarelli

      There are plenty of delusional lunatics out there, both male and female. Just read some of the postings on the American Renaissance website if you don’t believe me.
      All that is needed is for one person to make the newspapers claiming he saw a UFO land, or spoke to a space alien in his bedroom, or even was taken aboard a UFO for a trip around the Earth (Louis Farrakhan discussed his recent flight aboard a UFO and his meeting with the deceased founder of the Nation of Islam aboard the spacecraft when he delivered the keynote address some years back at the Million Man March, a fact that the fawning news media omitted from its coverage of the event) and the nuts will come out of the woodwork over the next few days claiming to have also been abducted or worse.
      Or, as in this case, suddenly ‘remembering’ that thirty or forty years ago the Alien Lizard People came for you one dark and stormy night.

      • me

        Alien lizard people=rape…..your brain works in mysterious ways.

    • Mentious

      The stats show that blacks rape white women bigtime, whereas even white rapists are not interested in raping black women. So I don’t know why this is hard to believe. Cosby even did early comedy routines about drugging women to violate them. He’s been thinking about it probably since boyhood.

  • Max

    “…valuable works of African art…”

    As if.

  • WR_the_realist

    Chatshow host Stephen Colbert instead gushed: ‘I’m going to say something controversial. I think you’re great.’

    Oh my, how brave. To tell a black man long promoted as an icon of family values that you think he’s great. If you really want to transgress the boundaries, invite Jared Taylor for a chat and tell him you think he’s great.

    • Melvin Bonzarelli

      You can be guaranteed that if any mainstream media outlet gave Jared Taylor a prime-time audience to discuss his views, the Left would see to it that within 48 hrs a veritable truckload of women would be trotted out to tell the adoring new media that they had suddenly remembered Mr Taylor doing nasty things with them three or four decades before, including some women who weren’t yet born when the alleged acts took place. The news media would go with it anyway. Just as in Mr Cosby’s case, it’s amazing how many females can be attracted just by dragging a one hundred dollar bill thru the projects and the promise of an interview on ’60 Minutes’.

      • me

        Are you ACTUALLY comparing Cosby to Mr. Taylor?! Wtf is wrong with YOU.

    • Mentious

      Indeed. Creatures like Colbert are less respectable than a bit of moldy cheese at the bottom of the frig.

  • rebelcelt

    I have felt for years that Cosby had a seething anger in him. You can see it in some interviews where he is being serious and not being funny. I remember one interviewer asking him why he was angry.

    • Ohmy!

      I agree with you – Cosby has “a seething anger in him,” a/k/a rage.

    • The Worlds Scapegoat

      “I remember one interviewer asking him why he was angry.”

      Because he can’t live up to the phoney image that Hollywood has created of him.

      .

  • Lin

    Many accusations of rape don’t come up until the statute of limitations is up, This is true for many underage victims.

    You might think, who would take pills given in your hand by a strange black man? Likely no one, but this was Bill Cosby, when everyone trusted him – promising fame, flirting, telling these girls they were great actresses and exciting them into believing him. Imagine a 17-year old white girl alone with Cosby, hearing all these words, reluctantly taking his “medicine” for anxiety (one woman claiming her parents loved Cosby so much), 30 years ago waking up confused, drugged, with her clothes off after meeting Cosby. To come up with this allegation alone would not only ruin her own chances of success but possibly ruin her life, with this maniacal black rapist who was rich and powerful “like the President.” Imagine the words she would have been called, the mockery received, the shame she would have felt. How could someone like this stand in his way of him moving up the ladder?

    Look at Jerry Sandusky, look at all the men who came forward who were molested as boys, decades later, including his own stepson. Imagine the shame in admitting something like that.
    Look at Michael Jackson! Look at all the people who ran to his defense, even without wanting to hear any of the accusations, because they did not want to see his reputation tarnished.

    Technically, none of these stories can be “proven”, but to have a powerful leader in charge with people paid to speak for him and protect his image, you are unlikely to have one of these stories taken seriously. Being black and having race brought into the mix is a huge added factor that would be putting the star in too much hot water for publicists to even acknowledge.

    • Mentious

      I bet it’s gonna come out that one of these ladies has some item, some piece of clothes, something from the event — and it has the magic African’s semen on it. Then all they’d need is to get his DNA off a cup or whatever to match it. Could easily happen.

  • silviosilver

    That many Americans are hearing for the first time there may be a sinister side to Bill Cosby is testament, say some, to the power of his PR machine and the reluctance of the establishment to criticise him.

    His PR machine? Lololllolol.

  • Rick O’Shea

    I think people would be shocked to know just how near-universal it is for blacks to be “propped up” by whites.

    I think this applies to almost every instance of a black in any sort of position of prominence. Obviously I’m not going to claim that there aren’t ANY blacks out there who can legitimately compete and attain such positions when competing with people of other races. But on the whole, in the vast majority of cases… I do think there are shenanigans of one level or another behind these blacks in positions of power.

    This applies to everything from the black manager at Burger King having no business being the manager, to the high ranking black officer in the military, to our current president (who I unfortunately cast a vote for once upon a time) and yes, to celebrities like Bill Cosby.

    Even something you’d think would be one of the very few things blacks excel at, namely rap music, is no exception. I was watching a VH1 “history of the 80’s” or something similar, earlier tonight, and they were showing how it was instrumental to rap getting traction, and Run DMC (the biggest early rap group) gaining legitimacy and success/prominence… for them to be taken under the wing of the “white rock band, Aerosmith” and more importantly their producer who arranged for the “duet” to take place.

    They started talking about rap by mentioning the controversial and illegal element of sampling other peoples’ music. They lead into the Aerosmith thing by pointing out that Run DMC had been sampling Aerosmith music prior to any collaboration, without permission, etc. They didn’t even really know who Aerosmith was when they started recording with them later on.

    So here you have blacks in their element… “creating” rap, their crown jewel of cultural accomplishment today… and it turns out that from the very start they were stealing white peoples’ work and fully dependent on a white producer taking them under his wing and propping them up.

    We hear endlessly about how much white people have stolen black music, and how blacks were completely to thank for jazz (which I like, by the way) but I have to wonder how much BS there is behind all that. I mean besides the obvious fact that blacks couldn’t have developed jazz without instruments invented by whites, recording technology developed by whites, a system of writing and reading music invented by whites… etc. But seriously, how many white musicians were there at the founding… feeling that it was “important” to give credit to blacks and stay out of the limelight themselves?

    This happens constantly. Whites who think they should “let the black guy have the spotlight” or “let the black guy have a chance” – and this is why Bill Cosby got away with this sleaziness for so long, too. “Well I can’t really say anything because he’s such an important role model for them.” “They need someone to look up to, I don’t want to ruin that.”

    How many white teachers have fudged the grades or provided a rigged “re-take” of a test or dumbed down their classes so that they could feel good about pushing black students along to the next phase of their ascension… because it was “important” for there to be blacks in prominent positions in society?

    I mean it literally is a complete house of cards. You have the entire society, all of western civilization… bending over backwards and engaging in MASSIVE scale deception, lowering of standards, lying via media portrayals, and anything else you can think of… just to try to create the illusion that they are equal and can achieve on a level playing field *occasionally* and despite all that massive effort, the illusion still fails constantly and bears no scrutiny at all!

    • You have just described what Paul Kersey means by BRA.

    • anony

      You are describing how/why the West is becoming less and less able to accomplish extraordinary things; we are subsuming our talents under the illusion of black “accomplishment”.

      We probably would have come a long way toward colonizing Mars but for the treasure and efforts to placate these savages; the “slip-sliding away” continues apace.

    • sulbernick

      There’s a blues guitar duet somewhere on youtube – the great bb king and gary moore, Worth watching. Poor bb, undone I’m afraid…

      • sulbernick

        The thrill is gone

  • Lee_CPA

    It wasn’t fears of “seeming racist” that protected Cosby, it was most likely his Jewish handlers who protected Cosby, paid off some, and intimidated others into silence.
    .
    Cosby in the 70’s and 80’s was a gold mine. A jovial, likeable black who wasn’t “in your face” like a Richard Pryor. Why is this coming out now? Probably because Cosby hasn’t been relevant in many years and has been reduced to playing comedy clubs and Vegas. Add to that, the American people seem to no longer care what the blacks do.
    .
    Do I think he did what these women claim? Most likely. Two is a coincidence. 10-12 is a pattern.

    • Melvin Bonzarelli

      Did you come up with this explanation by listening to the Jewish voices coming thru the implant in your brain that the CIA implanted years ago after your first two alien encounters? I’m sure that you never reported the third UFO encounter to the CIA because you enjoyed the anal probe they performed and hoped that they would return and doing it again. Nothing beats an anal probe if it’s done right.

      • Henry Higgins

        You sandn****** are all the same. Go away.

  • Raymond Oz

    I always had a problem with Cosby as mr. Dad. I remember from the mid 60’s to the early 80’s in almost every picture from the playboy mansion there was Bill in the background smileing. I swear I think Cosby along with Robert Culp and james Cann must had rooms there.

  • meanqueen

    Thought his show was completely stupid (what family dresses like that, anyway?) and was never a fan of his, but I did come to really respect him for his outspoken criticism of black culture. So for that reason, this latest series of accusations is really upsetting, a real shame. It’s true that libs will go all out to smear a conservative, especially a conservative black man, however, he’s not into politics and has been quiet recently, so that removes the motivation to bring him down, in my opinion. Most likely these accusations are true. However, I really have a problem with women who don’t report rape at the time it occurred.

  • One interesting subplot in L’Affaire D’Cosby is Don Sour Lemon and his choice of a question to one of the victims. This being a family medium (but not fambly),I won’t say what he said; you’ll have to search for it yourself if you don’t already know.

    But it makes me curious: Does Don Sour Lemon have any experience in that regard vis-a-vis his boyfriends, either from an active or passive standpoint?

  • A. Windaus

    I don’t know if he did or didn’t do this but I find the timing interesting. Of the last 40 years that these women could have come forward, it is only now once he starts making comments that Blacks need to take ownership of their actions and stop blaming Whitey. If I was a conspiracy theorist I would make the assertion that someone powerful wants to silence him.

  • [Guest]

    I wonder whether any white Americans will be cured of the oftentimes deadly “He’s One of the Good Ones” Syndrome as a result of this.

    My guess is no.

  • Ruger380

    fear of seeming racist is how we got stuck with the “president” that we have now. Can you even imagine going in for a job interview, & telling the HR manager that all of your records are sealed? You couldn’t get a job working the shake machine at Hardee’s with obongo’s resume, but he gets elected president? The reason we have freedom of the press is so the press can keep elected officials in check, but nobody in the press would do their job & investigate him. A white republican that said his records were sealed couldn’t get elected
    for dogcatcher.

  • FinnShane

    Unfortunately, without witnesses or DNA evidence the only way to get to the truth is the use of truth serum.

    • ThomasER916

      Malt Liquor?

  • Mentious

    Giving blacks too much benefit of doubt and, too much protection. Just like the rapist Muslims in U.K. Too much belief in the “magic negro” because of Zeit-media. Too much affirmative action here, basically. That’s why the rapist creep got away with all this.

  • MathMan

    Joke: Mike Tyson went into a white bar and said out loud: I’m Mike Tyson, World Heavyweight Champion and I f**k white women. The men were shocked and frightened. After a while a good old boy spoke: If I had your money Mr Tyson I wouldn’t f**k black women either.

  • mac Grath

    Just another day in post Amerikwa. The Hollywood elite created this guy and were/are so heavily invested in creating/maintaining the message I am amazed they didn’t try and shove this down the memory hole. Ole weird Bill looks grotesque these days and I believe his son was murdered in the company of a white call girl when his sports car suffered a flat tire. Like clock work, first thing a black does when he hits it big is go dig up some “whites womins.”

  • [Guest]

    Oh, but Bill Cosby is a doctor. He received a doctorate in education at around age 40, with his thesis being “An Integration of the Visual Media Via ‘Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids’ Into the Elementary School Curriculum as a Teaching Aid and Vehicle to Achieve Increased Learning.”

    No joke.

  • Whitesneedtobebrave

    I thought Barak was the magic negro. I guess there are more than one magic negroes that end up being a disappointment.

  • Whitesneedtobebrave

    Sheldon Leonard helped Cosby become the main lead in I Spy and Ed Weinberger made him get the Cosby show rolling. Any guesses on the race/religion of these two people that made Cosby famous and a Magic Negro? If you are thinking of one of the Middle Eastern Tribesman that rule over Hollywood, Disney Company and our news Media, you are smart.

  • Massif1

    Everyone in Hollywood does it, except that Cosby would use drugs on females instead of simply paying them.

  • Michigan Patriot

    What would happen to an equally famous White comedian/ actor if he did this to only young black women ? We know the double standard against Whites which the commies call ” privilege ” !

    • Magician

      🙂

  • Cosby is only as guilty as Slick Willie. One of the stories is alleged to have happened in ’65. So a black man got away with that behavior in ’65? Gimme a break. If he is charged of a crime, then he is a rapist. Until then, innocent until proven guilty.

    • ThomasER916

      You’re living under the delusion of universalism.

      • Whatever. I have nothing to gain whichever direction these allegations go. Too many Americans worship celebrities.

    • Daniel McGrath

      This is a man marked for propaganda purposes very early in his career. He was protected by producers.

      • You could be right. I heard a radio interview the other day, where a comedian(I think Oswalt) literally admits that they’ve know this for years. And yet they want to lecture America about domestic violence? These folks are too funny.

        • Daniel McGrath

          You need not look much further than his agents and producers for the answers on him.

  • crockadoodle6

    It seems like ‘everyone’ is assuming monogamy and consent is normal behavior. What is happening before our eyes is the redefinition of normal. Only when the new definitions clash with other sacred denominations (gay agenda, women’s rights) does it become notable. Cosby’s infraction isn’t the multiple white partners. Or the lies. It is the lack of consent. Women groups justly condemn this. But if it weren’t for the women’s agenda, no one in the press would care…..new definitions and all. Just witness the explosion at UVa. Sex 3 yrs ago has resulted in closing down ALL greek male activity on the campus. Based on the recollection of a confused, needy and probably psychotic coed who in all likelihood was stoned into unconsciousness. Bonfire of competing agendas.

  • The later victims are probably delighted in retrospect over the years of silence that allowed these attacks to continue.

  • This is typical negro behavior.

  • ThomasER916

    In a sad, twisted way, I’m kind of glad the Bill Cosby rape scandal is out in the open. It’s allowed me to make lots of bad jokes about Negroes, rape, and mulattoes using the Bill Cosby voice.