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Not Within a Thousand Miles

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American Dissident Voices broadcast of November 22, 2014

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by Kevin Alfred Strom

BILL COSBY WAS for decades the poster boy for racial equality and harmony. Wise, funny, clever, and with good family values, he was the nation’s funny man whose humor crossed those terrible “racial lines.” He was the charming, harmless “Jello man.” He was the exponent of maturity and morality as the eminent Black physician and down-to-earth father on the “Cosby Show.” He was the suave, stylish, and sexy secret agent in TV’s “I Spy.” Especially endearing to Whites and the better class of American Blacks, he was a public critic of Black ignorance and bad behavior. He was promoted in the controlled media as “America’s Dad.” (ILLUSTRATION: A few of the women who say that Bill Cosby drugged, raped, and abused them)

But, in a behavioral and psychological parallel to genetic “regression to the mean,” Bill Cosby was a rapist — according to no fewer than 15 women who have come forward, many of whom have nothing to gain by the accusation. Based on the preponderance of the evidence, its massive quantity, and its revelation of a pattern of behavior that lasted for many decades, I believe what these women are saying. What I say today is based on my personal evaluation of their stories. They say that Bill Cosby not only raped them, but drugged them so they could not resist.  And his targets were almost exclusively White women. None of the major media are saying a word about that fact, though it is undeniable.

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