Why so many sexual harassment cases in US, not UK?

On 5 October, Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual abuse and the dam broke.

Since then, dozens of well-known Americans have been accused of sexual misconduct of some kind. This isn’t drip-drip. It’s a flood.

The list includes film stars such as Kevin Spacey, politicians such as Roy Moore, and journalists such as Mark Halperin.

The deluge of allegations swelled this week, engulfing big media names.

While people in other countries have also been accused, the majority of cases are American.

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  • Ed

    The left created SJWs and stupidly forgot to teach them only conservatives are suitable targets.

  • SDMatt

    Why so many sexual harassment cases in US, not UK?

    Um, because you imported thousands of Mohammadans to do the raping for you, you BBC twit, and in a “better to be raped than to be rude” spirit you decided to look the other way.

    • tom_billesley

      Perhaps it escaped the notice of someone inside the BBC because so many sex offenders are working there.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Maybe rape is not considered a big deal in the UK, at least when ‘certain’ people do it.

    • UCSPanther

      “This my town of Rotherham! This is Mohammed, the town rapist! Naughty naughty!”

  • The Buddhist Butterfly

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC_sexual_abuse_cases

    “In 2012 and 2013, the British Broadcasting Corporation was involved in a series of investigations, accusations and scandals related to sexual abuse committed by employees, and the reporting of allegations of abuse by others. The issue of child sexual abuse by BBC employees was publicised nationally in October 2012 as part of the Jimmy Savile sexual abuse scandal.[1] Savile was a radio DJ and TV personality who presented the programmes Top of the Pops, Jim’ll Fix It and Clunk Click, and was a well known charity fundraiser. Allegations of sexual abuse by Savile and other BBC employees were reported to have taken place in a number of locations across the country, including BBC Television Centre.”

  • simus1

    As soon as Roy Moore was lumped in with rapists – checked source – Bolshevik Bullshit Commune – quel surpris.

  • Pavelina

    Because in EU and UK it’s just not noteworthy. I know people who’ve worked in the EU and UK govts. and told stories about what goes on there. Perhaps it’s just not against the law there.

  • David_Martin

    Maybe it’s because women with Austin Powers teeth don’t inspire men to act?

  • Brother Antony

    Because the BBC, the political and metropolitan chattering classes, chinless upper-class bugger boys, lovies, academics, various shirt-lifters and labia-lickers and our wondrous horde of fully integrated seventh century barbarians consider this to be perfectly normal. That’s why.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Kinky, thy name is “Euro elite.”

  • Malcolm Y

    Like Benny Hill said once: We’ll reduce the charge to assault with a friendly weapon.