Sunday, April 23, 2017

Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out

Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out

Neil Macdonald makes a good point in the article in the link above. Yes, Bill O'Reilly perverse behavior was enabled for many years and now is let go, not because of his perverse behavior, but because it got out. 

What about the millions of women like me, that don’t have the dollars to fight these toxic people in the workplace, like Bill O’Reily and our livelihoods are destroyed by these toxic people.

OPINION Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out. Until this week, he was a rich, powerful creep. Now, he's an unemployed creep, but even richer; as Fox News fired him, it cut him a cheque for $25 million – about a year's salary.
I've never understood why conservatives are willing to pay such staggering amounts to listen to the likes of O'Reilly. He and his peers in the right-wing radio and TV cauldron all use the same tiresome tactics: berating, interrupting, yelling, insulting and yes, lying (even as, with no evident irony, O'Reilly talks about "elevating the discourse")."


Just like the perverse Dr. Julio Machado Vaz in Portugal that I have been trying to tell my story since the year 2000 and I can't get anyone in the #PortugueseMedia to listen.

Will more Women in Portugal Find the Courage to Report Dr. Julio Machado Vaz Sexual Abuse?
What happened to these women in Spain with Dr. Javier Criado, it’s also what happened to me when I was a teenager with the prestigious Dr. Julio Machado Vaz in Portugal! I am sure they are women in the thousands in Portugal, that happened the same thing with them, but Portugal is so much more secretive and protects people in power that women are so much more afraid to come out, that is going to take a lot, for other victims to come out to report his sexual abuse and tell their stories. These women and the whole country have been so brainwashed by Dr. Julio Machado Vaz that probably, they don't even recognize that what happened to them was sexual abuse. It took me over two decades to recognize it as such!