Sunday, July 26, 2015

Join with the NCFM in fighting CASA

There is a misandric draconian bill,the Campus Accountability and Safety Act or CASA for short,S.590. The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) committee are going to hold hearing to discuss CASA. The panel that will testify at this hearing does not include those favorable to men's rights,especially due process rights. We need to make our voices heard. For more information go the National Coalition For Men website.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

There is nothing pretty about chick music

Sometimes music is not pretty. A good example would be Fifth Harmony. If you subtract the ones that look like bad examples of drag queens and are fat then you probably are down to one girl,if that many. We're guessing it's a girl we're not really sure. As for the rest we speak to them in an language they can understand: moooo.

On John Russel Houser

This past week there was the Lafayette theater shooter John Russel Houser who shot up a theater full of people before turning the gun on himself. I've read some of the things he wrote and one of the things I've concluded is that this is a man who had enough. Perhaps shooting up a theater causing 11 victims-2 dead and 9 wounded was not the best way to get your frustrations out and hoping to get some sympathy. The one thing Houser wrote made me understand him better and that is:

If you are male, fight until the end, and enjoy it.People are good at what they enjoy, and your Maker would want it that way.


Regular readers of this blog know that there is a war on men in the United States and the rest of the anglosphere. When women can murder men with impunity then yes there is a war on men. When men can be dragged into court on flimsy charges by any woman then there is a war on men. Now you have men responding some in drastic fashion. With cause there is effect or for every action there is a equal reaction. People who haven't caught onto this concept are in for a rude awaking time and time again.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Senator McConnell says gender is not an issue in the 2016 election

McConnell: 'Gender card' alone not enough for Clinton

Associated Press

SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Senate's top Republican said Monday the "gender card alone" won't be enough to propel Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton to the White House.

"I don't think arguing 'vote for me because I'm a woman' is enough," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said while sizing up next year's presidential race during a speech in his home state of Kentucky. "You may recall my election last year. The gender card alone is not enough."

In 2014, McConnell's Democratic challenger, Alison Lundergan Grimes, claimed the longtime Republican incumbent was insensitive on gender issues such as pay equity. McConnell trounced Grimes in the election, capitalizing on President Barack Obama's deep unpopularity in Kentucky.

McConnell said Monday there are millions of Americans who want a woman as president.

"The question is, a woman president to do what?" he said. "And I think inevitably, Hillary Clinton's campaign will be four more years of the last eight."

McConnell said Clinton, his former Senate colleague, is smart and capable but added there's "not a dime's worth of difference between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in terms of policy." He said he expects she will be the Democratic nominee.

"She's going to run straight left, just like the president did," McConnell said. "And their gamble is that the country is farther left than it used to be."

He called it a flawed strategy that the Republican presidential nominee can exploit.

"I think our nominee ought to say something like this: 'She's right, if you're happy with the last eight years, she's your candidate. But if you think America can do better by taking a different path, I'm your choice,'" McConnell said.

While McConnell discussed next year's presidential race during a speech in which he condemned Obama's record on an array of domestic and foreign policy issues, the senator was silent on this year's pivotal race for governor in his home state.

Later, McConnell told reporters the lack of comments about this year's top-of-the-ticket election in Kentucky wasn't a slight toward GOP nominee Matt Bevin, his one-time rival. Bevin, a Louisville businessman, last year tried but failed to wrest away McConnell's Senate seat in a bruising Republican primary.

"I certainly am enthusiastically supporting the nominee of our party," McConnell said. "I think we have an excellent chance of winning."

Bevin faces Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway in November.

Current Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear is in his second term and can't serve again because of term limits

Asked why he didn't talk more about Bevin, McConnell said his speech was focused largely on national issues and his new job as the Senate's top leader.


Senator McConnell is taking a brave stance by sticking his neck out like this so let's reward him for having the courage to do so. I think it is great to see one of our elected officials stand up to feminist bullies. I'm going to contact him and thank him for taking a pro-male stance. If you believe the same as I do then I invite you to write to Senator McConnell as well.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Urge the Victorian government to take male victims of domestic violence seriously

Domestic violence is a growing epidemic that affects everyone. Within Victoria there are no supports specifically catered for men/fathers who are the victims of domestic violence. We ask the government to provide funding to an organization that is capable of serving these men/fathers and children that are fleeing violent partners and their specific needs.

The Government of Victoria have provided $100,000 for animals fleeing domestic violence but next to nothing for men/fathers and their children fleeing family violence.

To sign the petition

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Canada:misandric hellhole

A Canadian man, Gregory Elliott, faces six months in jail for having a disagreement with feminists on Twitter. He has been charged with criminal harassment.

The case involves two feminists (originally it was three) who claim they were harassed in 2012 by Elliott on Twitter. They are currently in court in Toronto. One of the complainants, Stephanie Guthrie, met with Elliott three years ago to interview him about working for her organization "Women in TO politics." But according to The Toronto Star, Guthrie was "creeped out" by the man and said he was "really intense" and so she decided not to hire him.

Court documents show that the two remained cordial through e-mail correspondence after their meeting and also continued their casual relationship via social media for almost 10 months. But things took a turn when Guthrie went after an online video game that allowed players to virtually punch the face of a feminist blogger. She joined other feminists who made it clear they wanted to publicly shame the game's creator. Guthrie had written on Twitter: “I want his hatred on the Internet to impact his real-life experience."

Seeing this message, Elliott reacted creating the hashtag #FascistFeminists and attacked their viewpoints, without once being threatening or violent. Yet, he was arrested in November of 2012, fired from his job, and now faces jail time.

In court this last week, Guthrie rolled her eyes during cross-examination by Elliott's attorney who asked about her "left-leaning politics." He then asked, "Why would you roll your eyes at a trial where my client faces serious charges of criminal harassment?" She said she didn't see the relevancy of such a question.


Tell the Univeristy of Minnesota to abandon anti-male draconian practice

From SAVE Services:

The University of Minnesota President, Eric Kaler, is attempting to enact an affirmative consent policy at the school. Members of the University's Board of Regents asked him to hold off until they could review such a serious change at their next meeting. Now, the President is getting pressured into enacting the policy by media, even though affirmative consent would result in draconian and overbroad definitions of sexual assault crimes. Such definitions would require the school to call innocent students 'criminals'.Please contact President Kaler now and tell him to NOT pass an affirmative consent policy, and to instead stick with state definitions of crimes.

Call: (612) 626-1616

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This is a good sign. They are proceeding with caution. 15-20 years ago they would be enthusiastic about a pro-feminist policy change. Hell they would be shouting it on top of roofs so that everyone could hear that they take women's complaints seriously and they didn't care if the complaints were genuine or not they just went with them. Gushing all over themselves about how sensitive they are to women's concerns. Today that is not the case. Today they are proceeding with caution and rightfully so. We are no longer sitting back and taking it. We are no longer sitting on the sidelines wondering when the misandry would end because as long as we did nothing nothing would change. We finally got fed up and decided to push back and that is when things got turned around. Men's Rights Activism works don't let anyone tell you it doesn't.