The RINJ Foundation strongly urges the boycott of rape rappers and their labels
In a poorly mastered rap recording by RAPE RAPPERS Marshall Bruce Mathers (Eminem) and Sean Michael Anderson (BigSean), America’s most popular and most vulgar heroes demonstrate why and how America became a global pariah. The February 2017 recording includes lyrics about raping American author Ann Coulter. “And f-ck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster, lamp post, door handle, shutter… ” Eminem raps.
Feb 5, 2017 Toronto, Canada: Global women’s organization The RINJ Foundation has sparked a debate on Twitter and Facebook about “rape-rap” promoting violence against women.
The RINJ boycott page claims “RAPE RAPPERS” Marshall Bruce Mathers (Eminem) and Sean Michael Anderson (BigSean), as “America’s most popular and most vulgar heroes, demonstrate why and how America became a global pariah”.
The Feb. 2017 BigSean “I Decide” recording featuring Eminem, continues the latter middle-aged rapper’s long history of promoting misogyny and includes lyrics about raping American author Ann Coulter.
“And f-ck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster. With a lamp post, door handle, shutter. A damn bolt cutter, a sandal, a can opener, a candle, rubber. Piano, a flannel, sucker, some hand soap, butter. A banjo and manhole cover”.
RINJ responded to these lyrics with a Twitter Tweet:
— RINJ (@RapeIsNoJoke) February 5, 2017
#IDecided #Eminem‘s ‘rap’ release with #BigSean encouraging rape & physical violence against American author Ann Coulter is symbolic of the direction America appears to be headed. It saddens me to tell you that from 13,600 KM away, America stinks badly.
Saner minds need to prevail and shut this trash down. Perhaps retailers can organize, find some kind of social conscience and examine the violence & hatred of women that is being pumped into children’s ears. — The RINJ Foundation
A statement appearing on the RINJ Foundation’s web site and in an email issuing to 307,000 RINJ members around the world the group explains it’s case.
“Why Rape Is No Joke. We [RINJ] fight for the safety of women and children in some of the most dangerous places on Earth.
“We fight to end all violence against women and children. What about you? Would you agree with that goal?
“Our research indicates that communities where a tolerance for a certain type of crime is bred by entertainers, that crime grows. You do not want violence against your Mom, Wife, GF, Sis to increase!
“We would like to have fighters in Syria believe that rape as a weapon of war is a serious war crime and the punishment is severe.
“We want rapes at York University in Toronto and rapes at the University of Montana to stop.
“We want rape genocides to stop.
“We want capital punishment for the Islamic State rapists and child sex trader/rapists.
“We want your mom safe. You too.
“We are telling rape jokers and rape rappers, that if you want to be in someone else’s pants, get consent first, otherwise stay in your own pants. That applies whether you are joking around or not because by word or deed, this is sexual violence.
“The Islamic State man who gave the order to rape thousands of Yezidi and Christian woman is as guilty or more so than those who did the violence. That is also true of American entertainers encouraging violence against women. Does American “rule of law” only apply to “others” (hypocrisy) or will these criminals be arrested?
“When you break the rules of your jurisdiction you are going to be subject to the rule of law in your own jurisdiction.
“When rappers like Eminem and BigSean encourage the commission of felonious crimes, they themselves commit an indictable offence in the USA and could be arrested.
“For the crime of suggesting to millions of people that it is “OK” to rape Ann Coulter or by their possible inference that it is “OK” to rape any women you are angry with, Eminem and all parties to this crime should be arrested.
“But you rape-rappers who live in America (which has a self-confessed vagina-grabbing misogynist as president and a patriarchal legal system wherein many of the male judges and many attorneys behave the same way,) know one can commit violence against women with impunity. Probably there will be no legal action but we, the 3.5 billion females of the world, can passively boycott and condemn this misogynistic, violent behavior.
“Rape Is No Joke”