Are Liberal Women To Blame For Haruka Weiser’s Murder?

Screen Shot 2016-04-07 at 5.34.43 PMThis past week Haruka Weiser, an 18yr-old University of Texas student, was found brutally murdered in a creek on campus grounds.

Police have arrested and charged 17yr-old Meechaiel Criner with first-degree murder. It is believed the murder weapon was a sharp, jagged, and shiny object. Details on how she was killed have not been disclosed. All the public knows is that she was attacked with ‘unthinkable brutality’.

Since officials haven’t released further information about the attack, one can only wonder what kind of person was Haruka? She was from Portland, Oregon originally and attended UT as a Dance Major and was in the process of declaring a second major in pre-med studies.

If you check her Facebook, it’s very clear Weiser enjoyed exploring the outdoors and dancing. She seemed like a very happy and caring person.

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It came to the attention of, through a subscriber, that Haruka had signed a petition on titled: ‘Calling All Texans: Stand With Students, Staff, and Faculty to Keep Guns Away From Schools!

The petition is an effort to stop campus-carry laws that are being reviewed in the Texas capitol.

Weiser included a comment on the document stating, ‘There is no need for concealed weapons in a learning environment.’

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The topic of campus safety seemed to have been something Haruka really cared about because she also liked and supported ‘I’m With UO’ an organization that describes itself as:

I’m With UO is a progressive, grassroots campaign focused on improving the lives of the students at the University of Oregon through the Associated Students of the University of Oregon, our student government. Our platform is focused on ensuring student safety and accessibility, providing support for student organizations, emphasizing student health on campus, and creating university policy reform.

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Clearly Haruka’s approach to campus/personal safety came from a liberal mindset.

The words in Haruka’s statement are often what you hear coming from the mouths of politicians like Dianne Feinstein, Hillary Clinton, or even the political group ‘Mom’s Demand Action’.

In an effort to take the higher ground and promote a non-lethal or violent approach to solving the issue of rape, campus-violence, and gun-violence, these liberal ladies preach messages like ‘teach men not to rape or murder’.

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Overall they’re trying to tell women, ‘It’s not your responsibility to protect yourself; leave that to the government. If something bad does happen we need to teach the attacker not to do that ever again.’

While it is agreed that changing the heart of a troubled society is the long term solution, a victim should not have to suffer injustice first to find justice at all. They should, however, seek justice for themselves in that moment and fight back; but you won’t hear that from the women of the left.

Dianne Feinstein and Hillary Clinton should claim responsibility for Haruka Weiser’s death after brainwashing her, and her generation, for thinking they don’t need self-defense.

Had Haruka been privy to some techniques to defend her life, she may not have been in that situation at all.

Ladies, don’t listen to Hillary or Dianne.

When it comes to protecting your life, only you can do the job well enough. Be a true feminist and depend on no one and no man to do it for you.


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