June 17, 2013

"The father wanted to rape his daughter again in the morning inside the house and..."

"... that was when the young girl picked up the bush knife and chopped her father's head off."

21 comments:

YoungHegelian said...

Back in Alabama, we used to say that some folks "jes' needed killin'".

It is a concept that is applicable to many cultural settings.

Palladian said...

Le mythe du bon sauvage.

El Pollo Raylan said...

The story reports that the headless body was seen but there isn't mention of the head. Per Wiki, beheading was once a common practice in New Guinea villages and that the head was sometimes kept as protection to prevent harm in the afterlife. The head was thought to contain the soul: link

edutcher said...

Kill 'em quick and kill 'em dead.

Freeman Hunt said...

Now where did I put that brochure for the missionary group headed to this place...

Augie Fartro said...

You may have missed Father's Day, but one of these puppies, arriving a little late, would not offend.

cassandra lite said...

But let's focus on Israel, shall we?

ampersand said...

Sesame Street needs to create a character with a headless parent.

PackerBronco said...

I guess he's no longer head of the family ...

Dust Bunny Queen said...

Wow... sounds almost like Detroit.

Zeb Quinn said...

Maybe he just wanted her to do her chores or something.... nah, we know girls NEVER lie about rape.

Eric said...

Which head?

YoungHegelian said...

Maybe he said something about "giving head" and she misunderstood.

Oh God, I can't believe I said that. Now it's off to shower & confession on the morrow.

"Bless me, Foddah, for I 'ave sinned."

Carl said...

I still think we will not have achieved full sexual equality until there is an equivalent ask no questions Burning Bed story for the use of men.

I mean, okay, it's clear enough now that if a woman wants to murder a man, the best possible approach afterward is to accuse him of some depraved sexual act. Nobody will even imagine questioning your story, or asking for actual evidence, or raising the issue of proportionality, unless you are as clumsy and goofy as Jodi Arias. (Although, parenthetically, if Ms. Arias's buttfucker cum victim had been her father instead of her lover, I'm going to guess she'd have gotten away with murder two, at least.)

So if a man wants to murder a woman, is there no equivalent? Of what can he accuse her to instantly push any ordinary empirical skepticism about the statements of a killer quite beyond the pale?

ampersand said...

So if a man wants to murder a woman, is there no equivalent? Of what can he accuse her to instantly push any ordinary empirical skepticism about the statements of a killer quite beyond the pale

Well, in New Guinea , he can accuse her of witchcraft. (also at the link)

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"The father wanted to rape his daughter again in the morning inside the house and..."

"... that was when the young girl picked up the bush knife and chopped her father's head off."


Wasn't that Akin to the Taylor Swift Story (even before the Trailer to the Sequel)?

Corkscrew? Feminism?

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Jason said...

Funny how the retards clamoring for Zimmerman's head for shooting an "unarmed teenager" are keeping their drooling yaps shut about this one.

Achilles said...

I am Sorry to dump cold water on what seems to be a happy headless rapist discussion. It is actually quite a feat to cut someone's head off, especially with a blade like that. Those blades are not sharp and the balance in the handle is terrible. Was it a clean cut? How many swings did it take? Did he have a scrawny neck? Is she a strong 18 year old? Was he asleep during the attempted rape? A moving aggressive target would be even harder to behead.

Unless there were details left out, the story is quite difficult to believe unless he was incapacitated before the beheading.

Nomennovum said...

Smart girl to keep her machete sharp.

Mitch H. said...

I wonder how they confirmed her story? I guess there would have been evidence... must have been a big girl to be able to chop a grown man's head off after being repeatedly raped.

I mean, okay, it's clear enough now that if a woman wants to murder a man, the best possible approach afterward is to accuse him of some depraved sexual act.

Since the story holds that she had just been raped, yes, there could very well have been a lot of evidence. Violent rape can do a lot of damage to a woman, and any competent constabulary would be able to recognize the signs. It isn't clear at all that this evaluation was part of the neighbors' investigation, though.

That being said, they'll have to live with her from now on, presumably if it looked like she had just snapped and butchered her dad and made up a crazy story, the neighbors wouldn't be protecting the lunatic, if only for fear of her come knocking some other full-moon night, machete in hand.

delagar said...

What interests me about this story is the reaction to it.

I'm thinking back to what we keep hearing about gun control -- how progressives and Leftists hate women, really; how really we don't want women to be equal; because if we did want them to be equal we would want them to be armed. Nothing equalizes a woman like Samuel Colt, after all! Try raping an armed woman sometime!

But here we have a woman who kills her rapist and what do we see? Why, all y'all on the right claiming she wasn't actually raped! She killed him to get out of doing her chores! She killed him because bitches are just like that! She killed him -- I guess -- because she changed her mind afterwards (women lie about sex, you know -- never mind that she was his daughter).

It's revealing, to say the least.