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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 05, 2014 2:25 pm

He hasn't made it public, that's someone else reuploading it.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Oct 11, 2014 10:34 am

Has anyone seen his new video?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5qGZff ... sC1IsZvhjE
Basically this shit stain decided it was a good idea to make a video on his new script tattoo ("remember why you're alive") and used it to throw another pity party for himself. He also stated he wouldn't be quitting YT because it's one of the only reasons he's still living and if he were to give it up, he might kill himself. Something along those lines, anyways.
I honestly think he's a waste of space and YT should kick him off. Whatever he does to himself is his concern; he made his bed and he should lay in it.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:18 am

^ This.

He's probably saying it because of all of those girls who were like "you can't say mean things about Jason~~~ he might start cutting again~~~" and he knows he can get away with it. And sorry, if you're suicidal then maybe you should be seeking actual counselling instead of making stupid videos to have 13 year old stroke your ego.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 12, 2014 6:20 am

Here's a translation of his new video: "Hi I got a new tattoo to show how sad you've made me feel in the last couple of weeks. YouTube is my life, I can't quit or else I'll kill myself and it'll be your fault for being soooo rude to me even though I made an unlisted video wherein I clearly explain that it's because of my religious background that I ended up abusing a teenage girl therefore it's not my fault but my parents' fault so why the hell are you still blaming me? So... what do you think?"

And now people are trying to make him feel better in the comments as if he's the victim. Damn...

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Wed Oct 15, 2014 2:00 am

chatdelespace wrote:Here's a translation of his new video: "Hi I got a new tattoo to show how sad you've made me feel in the last couple of weeks. YouTube is my life, I can't quit or else I'll kill myself and it'll be your fault for being soooo rude to me even though I made an unlisted video wherein I clearly explain that it's because of my religious background that I ended up abusing a teenage girl therefore it's not my fault but my parents' fault so why the hell are you still blaming me? So... what do you think?"

And now people are trying to make him feel better in the comments as if he's the victim. Damn...


This is classic abuser/manipulator behavior. No matter how bad something the abuser did, they will always turn it around and make themselves the victim. And a lot of the time, they will threaten suicide too.
At this rate, he will never change because there's people defending his actions and allowing him to play the victim.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Fri Oct 31, 2014 2:36 am

So.. Has anyone kept up with whats going on and can update us?

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 3:30 am

PokeitPokeit wrote:Wake up girls and smell the roses.

Blame who you want, but blaming this guy specifically doesn't change anything. Young girls should know better. Parents need to educate their kids about people that will pressure them into having sex. Where I'm from the consent age is 15 and I know at 15 many of my friends were having sex so it's not the age.

Many of my friends that had sex early regretted it later, but they didn't blame the guy. It is a decision they made and it was a bad one. The only difference is that the guy pressuring them into it was a friend from school rather than a big youtuber. Young girls need to be empowered and be taught that it's ok to say no. They need to be taught by their parents not to drink around strangers or drink responsibly so that they are in control of their decisions.

Again I am not blaming the victim, but I think in cases like this two people made bad choices. The guy for pressuring a young girl to have sex and the girl to giving in to the pressure. For me blaming only the guy makes me think that people are basically saying that women simply can't say no. Young girls need to know that they can say no! They can also say yes, but they need to know that once they said yes they need to deal with the choice they made.

Legally where I live 15 year olds are fair game. Hell, they can legally drink beer at 16. Girls know that they are allowed to have sex and drink just like guys do. They know how to drink responsibly because it's a reality of life, they know that when it comes to sex they hold the cards. Rape happens when a woman says no, when she sais yes it's not rape. It's a bad decision that you need to learn from.

I'm rambling because I think the suffering of this girls could have been avoided if the adults in their life would have empowered them to see that sex happens and taught them how not to get pressured into it.

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You shut your filthy mouth and learn how problematic many of the things you've just said is.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 7:39 am

PokeitPokeit wrote:Wake up girls and smell the roses.

Blame who you want, but blaming this guy specifically doesn't change anything. Young girls should know better. Parents need to educate their kids about people that will pressure them into having sex. Where I'm from the consent age is 15 and I know at 15 many of my friends were having sex so it's not the age.

Many of my friends that had sex early regretted it later, but they didn't blame the guy. It is a decision they made and it was a bad one. The only difference is that the guy pressuring them into it was a friend from school rather than a big youtuber. Young girls need to be empowered and be taught that it's ok to say no. They need to be taught by their parents not to drink around strangers or drink responsibly so that they are in control of their decisions.

Again I am not blaming the victim, but I think in cases like this two people made bad choices. The guy for pressuring a young girl to have sex and the girl to giving in to the pressure. For me blaming only the guy makes me think that people are basically saying that women simply can't say no. Young girls need to know that they can say no! They can also say yes, but they need to know that once they said yes they need to deal with the choice they made.

Legally where I live 15 year olds are fair game. Hell, they can legally drink beer at 16. Girls know that they are allowed to have sex and drink just like guys do. They know how to drink responsibly because it's a reality of life, they know that when it comes to sex they hold the cards. Rape happens when a woman says no, when she sais yes it's not rape. It's a bad decision that you need to learn from.

I'm rambling because I think the suffering of this girls could have been avoided if the adults in their life would have empowered them to see that sex happens and taught them how not to get pressured into it.


Pretty much EVERYTHING you wrote is victim blaming. Can you not see that?

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Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 7:53 am

PokeitPokeit wrote:Wake up girls and smell the roses.

Blame who you want, but blaming this guy specifically doesn't change anything. Young girls should know better. Parents need to educate their kids about people that will pressure them into having sex. Where I'm from the consent age is 15 and I know at 15 many of my friends were having sex so it's not the age.

Many of my friends that had sex early regretted it later, but they didn't blame the guy. It is a decision they made and it was a bad one. The only difference is that the guy pressuring them into it was a friend from school rather than a big youtuber. Young girls need to be empowered and be taught that it's ok to say no. They need to be taught by their parents not to drink around strangers or drink responsibly so that they are in control of their decisions.

Again I am not blaming the victim, but I think in cases like this two people made bad choices. The guy for pressuring a young girl to have sex and the girl to giving in to the pressure. For me blaming only the guy makes me think that people are basically saying that women simply can't say no. Young girls need to know that they can say no! They can also say yes, but they need to know that once they said yes they need to deal with the choice they made.

Legally where I live 15 year olds are fair game. Hell, they can legally drink beer at 16. Girls know that they are allowed to have sex and drink just like guys do. They know how to drink responsibly because it's a reality of life, they know that when it comes to sex they hold the cards. Rape happens when a woman says no, when she sais yes it's not rape. It's a bad decision that you need to learn from.

I'm rambling because I think the suffering of this girls could have been avoided if the adults in their life would have empowered them to see that sex happens and taught them how not to get pressured into it.


Please remove the stick from your butt and fuck yourself with it. This whole post is literally victim blaming and it's disgusting. You are part of the problem as to why so many women who do get raped don't report it right away.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 8:48 am

You ARE victim blaming and it's vile.

Age of consent here is sixteen, so yes it WAS rape. You can try and insist otherwise and blame Ana as much as you want but in the eyes of the UK law it was rape.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 9:05 am

in the uk the age of consent is 16, someone under 16, by the law, cannot give consent for sex, so for someone that's 20 to get someone that's 15 drunk, and then have sex with her, is rape.
and it's not just in this situation, she could be fully sober and consenting, that what he did would still be rape because she's under the age of consent in the uk.
the age of consent isn't just a number that can be ignored. it means that in that country, the law doesn't see anyone under that age as capable to give consent to sex, and therefore, if you have sex with someone that's under the age of consent in that country, you're breaking the law

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 9:09 am

^ Fucking THIS. And lets not forget that he PRESSURED her into drinking with him with the intent of getting her drunk so she'd have sex with him. Or are you going to spout more victim blaming bullshit about how nobody can be ~pressured~??

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 9:13 am

Oh ffs. You clearly know fuck all, so yeah just piss off with your nonsense.

And for your information, it wasn't just a video - she came out with a lot more info on Twitter and Tumblr. He pressured her to drink with him and then he had sex with her when a) she couldn't consent because she was under the age of sixteen and b) she was intoxicated. It was rape. Jason Sampson is a rapist.

And he was literally pulling this bullshit until two weeks before Ana came out with MUCH younger girls, there are a lot of screenshots of conversations between him and these girls. Do better fucking research next time, k?

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 9:39 am

"Feminism is making women weaker at this point and I am over it"
this sentence right here just proves to me that you're a misogynist piece of shit, so yes, please leave and never come back, you won't be missed

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 11:24 am

I don't know where the "thank you" button went, but @ladyt and @illegal_mind thank you for saying everything that you have. :respekt:

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Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 1:49 pm

Feminism is not making women weaker. It's bringing all of the creepers and misogynists out of of hiding to defend their warped beliefs of what women and girls should be, as evidenced by the very recent video of the girl just walking down the street in New York and being harassed, or by the threats of rape and death Emma Watson received recently. No, it's not making us weaker- it's making us want to stand up even more for what is right.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 4:16 pm

PokeitPokeit wrote:I am not victim blaming and she is not a victim you people are making her into a victim because for some reason only men have to take responsibility for their actions. Women are apparently incapable of doing that. She made a video warning girls to not make the same mistake as she did and instead of admiring her people are pitying her.


Of course you don't want to think you're victim blaming.

You'd like to think you're so above that behavior and at 15 years of age you never would've behaved that way. So a man could've never treated you that way, right?

Get off your fucking high horse. You're disgusting.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sat Nov 01, 2014 11:12 pm

I was surprised that Bertie went on a twitter rant about Jason.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Nov 02, 2014 12:52 am

PokeitPokeit wrote:
o_O wrote:Pretty much EVERYTHING you wrote is victim blaming. Can you not see that?


Where I live 15 is the age of consent and in the uk it's 16 (potato, potato) so I find sex between two people that both consented to it to be ok regardless of the girl thinking it was probably a bad decision in retrospect. I am not blaming her, I'm just over people calling every single bad fling rape.


People under the influence of alcohol can NOT give consent.
Did you also miss the part where a full grown man was pressuring 12 year old into sending him nudes? Child pornography.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Nov 02, 2014 1:12 am

"I'm not victim blaming!!!!!"

*says something that is the literal definition of victim blaming

GURL. Get a grip. When a person pressures young women into having sex while under the influence of alcohol, THAT IS RAPE. Are you that dense to where you don't know the definition of rape? Please, go back to the Youtube comments section where you probably suck up to Jason.

Oh, by the way, I'm a feminist that is fucking proud and happier than ever. :FU:

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:07 am

Oh jeez, blaming someone who is underage for their rape even though at 15 she was literally unable to give consent. PokeitPokeit, you have a warped view on society and it is disgusting. People like you allow rapists to continue doing what they are doing and continue to silence victims.

In other news...

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:15 am

Oop. This doesn't surprise me in the least, I had a gut instinct that something was off with him.

Fuck him something hard for pretending to be asexual though.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Sun Nov 02, 2014 5:11 pm

Impressive to see so many people using their limited (and incorrect) knowledge of the law to convict people of things they probably didn't do. Sadly, people on here seem to forget another, more basic law - innocent until proven guilty. If you want to use the law one way, you must be willing to use it in another.

Is it clear that Jason is a complete slimeball? Sure. Did he commit statutory rape? So far, it seems like he didn't and it seems that the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) agrees with that. So why is Jason a complete asshole but not a rapist? Pretty easy to figure out:

1. Statutory rape in England occurs when the victim is under the age of 15 AND it can be proved that the perpetrator knew the victim's age beforehand. And no, somebody telling you their age isn't enough. People lie about that all the time.

2. An ancient legal concept: Volenti non fit iniuria, or "volition mitigates injury." While the sex may have not been legally consensual, the drinking certainly was (for both parties - a 9 year old can legally consent to getting wasted), and when you start drinking, you voluntarily accept the foreseeable results - like a creepy guy who is also drunk not recognizing your age and not realizing that your consent is irrelevant because of it.

3. We've only heard one side of the story - the cops have heard both. Did Jason pressure someone into having sex? according to all parties, it doesn't seem so - nobody's actually accused him of that. Same with the drinking.

4. "Victim blaming" is only a thing when something blameworthy has happened. Right now, according to all of the neutral and official sources out there, nothing has. 2 people got wasted, one of them invited the other one over, they got more wasted, and they did it. Nobody exchanged ID's or alcohol tolerance info beforehand. Happens several hundred times an hour.

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:10 am

have the police actually arrested Jason or questioned him?

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Re: Veeoneeye

Post by Guest » Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:10 pm

Age of consent in England is 16, someone 15 or under can't consent to sex
Also he admitted to doing it so I'm not sure why anyone's trying to say there's no proof when there's rock hard solid evidence in the form of him saying "yes I did it"
Also getting someone drunk in order to have sex is illegal, if you know someone won't consent without being fully conscious/sober and you deliberately get them drunk then you basically manipulated them into consent, which in this case the victim couldn't give as she was underage anyway.

The police won't do anything unless the girl wants to press charges which it appears she doesn't

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