The political bastards that bow to the very warped feminist agenda
Zionist Miliband, Feminist Harman and femiman Clegg
So much for their man hating ranting about EQUALITY when they don't mind women in foreign factories
pumping out their vile t shirts.
62p AN HOUR: What women sleeping 16 to a room get paid to make Ed and Harriet's £45 'This Is What A Feminist Looks Like' T-shirts
Feminist T-shirts proudly worn by Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Harriet Harman are made in ‘sweatshop’ conditions by migrant women paid just 62p an hour, an investigation has revealed.
The women machinists on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius sleep 16 to a room – and earn much less than the average wage on the island.
The £45 T-shirts carry the defiant slogan ‘This is what a feminist looks like’. But one of the thousands of machinists declared: ‘We do not see ourselves as feminists. We see ourselves as trapped.’
They are the T-shirts designed to make a political statement about women’s rights – but the female workers making them are paid just 62p an hour in an Indian Ocean ‘sweatshop’.
Between shifts women making garments emblazoned with the slogan ‘This is what a feminist looks like’ sleep in spartan dormitories, 16 to a room.
And critics say the low wages and long hours at the Mauritian factories amount to exploitation.
The shirts have been worn by Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Harriet Harman, all keen to display their feminist credentials – even though the Deputy Prime Minister last night admitted he had ‘no idea’ where the garments were made.
But MOS has toured a factory producing the T-shirts, where workers earn just 6,000 rupees a month – equivalent to £120.
The figure is just a quarter of the country’s average monthly wage, and around half of what a waiter earns. Each ‘feminist’ T-shirt costs just £9 to make, but high street chain Whistles sells them for £45 each – a figure it would take the women a week and a half to earn.
The retailer promised an urgent investigation last night in the wake of the Mail on Sunday exposé.
At one factory visited by The Mail on Sunday, a female worker told us: ‘How can this T-shirt be a symbol of feminism when we do not see ourselves as feminists? We see ourselves as trapped.’
An official from factory owner Compagnie Mauricienne de Textile (CMT) told us he ‘would not be happy’ if the women left the work camp during the week in case they turned up for work ‘hungover’.
Whistles, whose customers include the Duchess of Cambridge, is selling the T-shirts in aid of women’s activism group The Fawcett Society – which receives all profits. The campaign is backed by fashion magazine Elle.
Deputy Labour Leader Harriet Harman wore a shirt carrying the slogan on the front bench of the Commons during Prime Minister’s Questions last week, while the Labour and Liberal Democrat leaders proudly posed for photographs in Elle’s ‘feminism issue’ in the T-shirts.
Fayzal Ally Beegun, president of the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers Union said: ‘The workers in this factory are treated very poorly and the fact that politicians in England are making a statement using these sweatshop T-shirts is appalling.
‘It would take a woman working in the factory nearly two weeks just to buy one shirt. What is feminist about that? These women have nothing in this world. They are paid a pittance and any money they do receive they send back home.
‘They work very long hours and have no lives other than their work. They are on four-year contracts that mean they don’t get to see their families in that time. What kind of existence is it when you are sharing your bedroom with 15 other women?
‘The women have no careers or even the most basic of opportunities. This is not what feminism is supposed to be.’
Celebrities pictured wearing the feminist T-shirt in Elle magazine include Benedict Cumberbatch, Tinie Tempah, Eddie Izzard, Richard E Grant and Simon Pegg.
Yesterday a reporter and a photographer from The Mail on Sunday were given a guided tour of CMT’s factory in La Tour Koenig, north Mauritius. As managing director Francois Woo showed us around the sleeping quarters he said: ‘All of our dormitories are identical. There are 16 beds in each room. They are based on university dormitories in China. They don’t need a lot of room because they only use them for sleep.’
He told us that the plant is one of six across the island where living conditions and wages are identical.
He could not say at which factory the Whistles T-shirts were made, but confirmed they made 300 at a cost of £9. ‘The machinists at our factories made the feminist T-shirt for Whistles’ he said, adding: ‘All the machinists earn 6,000 rupees.’
Mr Woo instructed workers to smile as our photographer took pictures of them on the shop floor.
The tour was delayed when we asked to view the women’s accommodation block. Staff made several phone calls and 30 minutes later we were allowed to view the bedrooms.
The 20ft square rooms are home to eight sets of bunk beds, each with a thin mattress and a pillow. Shelving on the far wall houses the workers’ meagre belongings.
The women – who we could not talk to – work 45 hours a week basic and can earn more if they work overtime.
After the tour and without the company’s senior staff, we visited another of the company’s factories, in Curepipe.
Outside we spoke to one 30-year-old worker. She told us: ‘I have worked here for four years and I have not been able to see my son or husband in Bangladesh during all that time. We work very hard, sometimes 12 hour days, for not much money. I send all my money home and could not afford to fly back and see my family.
I've not been able to see my son or husband in Bangladesh for four years
30-year-old migrant worker
‘It is awful but we have no choice. In my country, the rupees I earn here are worth three times as much as they are in Mauritius.
‘How can this T-shirt be a symbol of feminism?
‘These politicians say that they support equality for all, but we are not equal.’
CMT has an annual turnover of £125 million. It produces 40 million T-shirts a year for clients including Topshop, Next and Urban Outfitters.
It employs 13,000 staff at its factories and about 4,500, all foreign, are housed on site. Migrants come from countries including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India and Vietnam.
There are around 2,800 female machinists. Workers are expected to produce around 50 shirts a day and face discipline if they do not reach their target.
Mr Woo said: ‘The Mauritian government has set out a minimum wage that we must pay and we abide by their rules.
‘I am like a parent to the workers. They are free to come and go as they please but if they go out on a weeknight I will not be happy because then they will turn up for work the next day hungover. If people didn’t want to work for us then they don’t have to, nobody is forcing them. If they have the chance to earn more somewhere else then they should go elsewhere.
‘If they didn’t like it, then we would not have existed as a company for 28 years.’
The factory was the focus of an exposé in 2007 when it was revealed that workers were being paid just £4 a day to make clothes for Sir Philip Green’s Kate Moss range at Topshop. At the time, the factory employed agents who promised migrant workers good wages but when they moved to Mauritius they were told they would earn a pittance. The factory was also criticised for paying workers of different nationalities different wages.
Mr Woo added: ‘A lot has changed since then. The workers know exactly how much they will make when they start working here and people are paid the same, regardless of their race or sex.’
Last night Dr Eva Neitzert, deputy chief executive at the Fawcett Society said: ‘As a charity that campaigns on women’s rights in the labour market, we take ethical standards very seriously. We have been assured by Whistles that the “This is what a feminist T-shirt looks like” range has been produced to ethical standards.’
Dr Neitzert said they had originally been assured the garments would be produced ethically in the UK, and when they received samples in early October they noted they had in fact been made in Mauritius.
They were assured by Whistles that the factory was 'a fully audited, socially and ethical compliant factory' and decided to continue with the collaboration.
'We have been very disappointed to hear the allegations that conditions in the Mauritius factory may not adhere to the ethical standards that we, as the Fawcett Society, would require of any product that bears our name,' she said.
'At this stage, we require evidence to back up the claims being made by a journalist at the Mail on Sunday. However, as a charity that campaigns on issues of women’s economic equality, we take these allegations extremely seriously and will do our utmost to investigate them.
'If any concrete and verifiable evidence of mistreatment of the garment producers emerges, we will require Whistles to withdraw the range with immediate effect and donate part of the profits to an ethical trading campaigning body.
'Whilst we wish to apologise to all those concerned who may have experienced adverse conditions, we remain confident that we took every practicable and reasonable step to ensure that the range would be ethically produced and await a fuller understanding of the circumstances under which the garments were produced.'
Whistles refused to say how many of the T-shirts had been made, or indeed where
The chain initially said they did not feel they had been given adequate time to respond to our questions about the T-shirts.
But a spokesman later promised: ‘We place a high priority on environmental, social and ethical issues. The allegations regarding the production of T-shirts in the CMT factory in Mauritius are extremely serious and we are investigating them as a matter of urgency.
‘CMT has Oekotex accreditation, [an independent certificate for the supply chain] which fully conforms to the highest standards in quality and environmental policy, while having world-class policies for sustainable development, social, ethical and environmental compliance.
‘We carry out regular audits of our suppliers in line with our high corporate social responsibility standards and can share the following information regarding the CMT factory in Mauritius.’
However the company acknowledged: ‘We will require time to thoroughly investigate the allegations with the factory and our lawyers in great detail. CMT is one of the largest suppliers to many high street brands, including the Arcadia group [owner of Topshop and Burton].
When she founded Whistles, former Topshop executive Jane Shepherdson vowed: ‘Customers cannot keep buying cheap clothes and not ask where they come from’ – as ‘someone somewhere down the line is paying’.
Last night, a spokesman for Nick Clegg said the Deputy Prime Minister had not known where the shirts were made. He said: ‘Nick Clegg had no idea where these T-shirts were being made and can only assume that the Fawcett Society were unaware of the origins, or they would not have asked him to wear it. He remains entirely supportive of efforts to ensure all women are treated as equals in this country and the world over.’
A spokesman for Labour Leader Ed Miliband and Deputy Leader Harriet Harman would only say: ‘This was a campaign run by Elle and the Fawcett Society to promote feminism and we were happy to support it.’
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'If she was a man she'd be jailed': Mother's fury after friend who had sex with her 14 yr old son walks free
A mother whose friend had sex with her 14-year-old son at a family party has slammed a judge for letting her walk free from court.
The mother, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was sickened to discover Karen Ackland, 44, had taken advantage of her son - who is 30 years her junior.
Divorced mother-of-two Ackland was at a party when she met the schoolboy.
After hours of drinking the boy's mother offered Ackland a bed at their home.
Ackland, the mother of two teenagers, pounced on the boy as he got ready for bed and used him as her 'sex object' - until the boy's older brother heard noises and caught her in the act.
She was handed a nine-month jail term, suspended for a year, after admitting three charges of sexual activity with a child.
Unleashing a scathing attack on the sentence, the child's mother said: 'If she had been a man I think she would have had a jail sentence.
'When my son was interviewed I was welling up. He looked exhausted, he was emotionally drained.
'It was absolutely harrowing to hear.
'Women should have as long sentences as men. It's exactly the same sexual act.'
The peroxide-blonde was also heard to say 'I can't believe I'm doing this with a 15 year old!'
Canterbury Crown Court heard the boy, who is now 16, was just 14 years old at the time.
Ackland, of Kent, quickly changed her plea to guilty just before the victim was due to give evidence.
Judge Simon James said Ackland had 'immediately regretted' her behaviour and although committed in drink he said 'that does not afford you any real excuses'.
He added that the law was to protect teenagers from doing things which they may later regret.
The youngster's distraught mother yesterday called for harsher sentences for female sex offenders.
She said: 'I never expected her to do this, you trust your friends. And he was just a child.
'She was always a party animal and when she had too many drinks she completely loses all self-respect and embarrasses herself.
'She used to always say 'I'm a nightmare when I've had a drink' and she'd always have a few men on the go.
'But I was a great friend to her and I stood by her. I never expected this.
'She was very domineering and my son said as soon as it happened that he'd wished he'd never done it.'
Ackland first set eyes on her young victim at the event on April 27 last year.
The group first went back to Ackland's house where Andrew Espley, prosecuting, said 'everyone did three shots of Vodka'.
Ackland then backed the helpless boy into a corner in the kitchen and they kissed.
She tried to get the boy to walk her home on the pretext she had lost her phone, but his older brother refused to let him go.
But as the boy went upstairs to get some tracksuit bottoms so he could changed for bed, Ackland sneaked into the room behind him.
Mr Espley said: 'During this she was moaning and at one point asked him to spit into her mouth.
'What she did caused them to be discovered.
'She was drunk at the time and used the teenager as a sexual object.'
After the boy's brother burst into the room, Ackland ran out the family's home and kept what she had done from the his mother.
The boy later told a friend: 'I went to get into my trackies and she stripped naked in front of me.
'Yeah we had sex but it was really weird.'
Mr Espley said within days the incident was the talk of the school and teachers were forced to report the incident to police.
Ackland told a friend: 'He tried to kiss me. I'm a 40-year-old woman what am I supposed to do?'
Domini Webber, defending, said the Tesco shelf-stacker grew up in Germany as the daughter of a father who was in the military.
She married in 1993 but is now divorced with two teenage children.
Mr Webber said: 'She accepts that this was extremely irresponsible behaviour and she admits to being a binge drinker.'
Ackland was also ordered to sign the Sex Offenders' Register and pay £500 court costs.
Director of children's charity Kidscape Claude Knights yesterday said the sentence 'sends out a very weak message'.
She said: 'The suspended nine-month custodial sentence does not reflect the severity of this crime and sends out a very weak message.
'Despite many advances in our understanding the true extent of female sexual abuse remains a hidden picture. One has to ask how this crime would have been perceived had it been committed by a man.
'The response to such despicable crimes against children should be very robust regardless of the gender of the perpetrator.'
Young women around the world have been posting selfies in protest against feminist ideas.
The movement started on Tumblr, before moving to Twitter and Facebook. There's been a strong reaction from feminists, who say their ideas have been misunderstood.
Brave women who are standing up against the feminazi
There are multiple issues that need addressed here. Why if so many women are unfit to care for their children
are they being given custody in divorce actions? Is the reason the judicial mafia want to separate fathers
from their children and left with a mother who maybe is unfit an EXCUSE to steal children into care?
What life will those children have that end up in the care system that seems to be run by homopaedo gangs
or even adopted by homosexuals for their own sexual deviancy? Men who have gone through the family courts
are well aware the lengths crooked judges, lawyers and bailiffs aided by freemason cops, will go to steal
children and the estates of men caught up in this enormous racket. Is the ultimate goal to feed the paedo
rings that the system requires to have the crooks blackmailable?
Thousands of mothers over the past seven years have had successive children removed by family courts in England, the BBC has learned.
Court records for that period show 7,143 mothers were involved in repeat care cases - affecting 22,790 children.
Researchers found children were taken away from their parents by local authorities in more than 90% of cases.
The research was carried out by the Universities of Brunel and Manchester and funded by the Nuffield Foundation.
This is the first time such data has been produced.
It backs up what judges have observed in their own courts for many years - that many mothers are stuck in a destructive cycle of pregnancies and care proceedings.
The courts remove a young child or baby from a mother, owing to abuse or neglect, only to see the same mother return to court a year or two later, with a new baby, and unable to care for that one either. Most misuse drink or drugs - or both.
Nicholas Crichton recently retired after many years as a judge in the family court.
He said: "The work of the family courts for years has been removing the second, the third, the fourth child from the same mother. Not infrequently the sixth, the seventh, the eight.
"In one case I've removed the 14th and I know two judges that have removed the 15th child from the same mother."
According to the research, half the women involved are 24 or below at the time of the first care application, with the youngest being 14. Their babies are often removed quickly, at birth or soon afterwards.
Dr Karen Broadhurst of the University of Manchester, lead author of the research, told the BBC that "in approximately 42% of cases, infants were subject to care proceedings within a month of their birth, which is an important finding".
"We know that in 70% of cases infants were subject to proceedings within the first year of their life, which obviously leaves the mother with very little time to turn her life around."
She also said the gaps between care proceedings were short for these mothers.
"We think there is an average of 17 months between the first time a mum appears in court with an infant and the second time she appears in court with another infant.
"It suggests to us there's a very short interval between pregnancies, which gives mums very little time to engage in their own rehab."
Dr Broadhurst argued that the research demonstrates the need for family courts to change their approach, to help these women change their behaviour.
"We also need to get better at ensuring those young parents can access the treatment that's recommended within the family court."
One pioneering new approach is that of the Strengthening Families Project, funded by Salford Council.
A community midwife, Wendy Warrington, and a specialist social worker, Elly Siddall, run workshops for pregnant women who risk losing their new baby, because they or their partner have already had at least one child taken into care.
Their approach is direct and hard-hitting. One Thursday afternoon, in a health centre in Eccles, Ms Warrington told a group of mothers-to-be about the side effects of drinking during pregnancy.
"They're born early, there's an increased risk of stillbirth," she said, pulling up graphic images on her whiteboard. "There's definitely abnormal brain development. Risk of loss of limbs, fingers, toes."
The women were visibly shocked. More disturbing images followed, of babies damaged by drug-taking mothers. One woman broke down in tears, worried she had already hurt her child through drinking.
The project has been running for two-and-a-half years and early results are promising. More mothers are succeeding in keeping their babies at home. For Salford Council, that is money saved - foster care is expensive. For the mothers who keep their babies, it is a new chance.
One young woman, in her early 20s, whose two eldest children had been adopted as babies, said: "It was just a mess. I had two children taken into care, though not of my own fault, through my past partner, my oldest little girl's dad. He battered her when she was three-and-a-half months old."
She became pregnant again - and the new baby was taken away from the hospital very soon after birth by Salford Children's Services. She was devastated, suffered from postnatal depression, and missed her two babies.
Like many women in this situation, she wanted to have another child as soon as possible. For her third pregnancy, however, she came to the Strengthening Families project.
She found it supportive and honest, saying: "They will tell you straight and that is what people need."
Ms Warrington and Ms Siddall also provide informal support to the mothers in the project, regularly calling them, sometimes visiting at home, to make sure they're looking after themselves and their unborn child. The team help write reports for the Family Court.
This project has been going for two-and-a-half years, whereas the pioneering Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC) set up by Mr Crichton in central London has been running since 2008.
Last month the Nuffield Foundation found FDAC had helped 35% of mothers become reunited with their children, compared with 19% in the ordinary family courts.
The FDAC has its own team of experts, doctors, therapists and expert social workers from the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust and the children's charity Coram.
Most parents in care cases have problems with drugs or alcohol. The FDAC's team helps them kick their addictions and, like the Strengthening Families Project, teaches them how to be better parents.
It is funded by London local authorities who, like Salford, recognised the benefits to their budgets of keeping children out of care, even though the cost of this court is higher than that of the ordinary family court.
One other FDAC has been opened in Gloucester, another is planned, but so far expansion has been slow.
This spring the president of the family court, Sir James Munby, praised the court and said: "FDAC is - it must be - a vital component in the new family court." He has said there should be an FDAC in every family court in England.
Nicholas Crichton believes the new research underlines the need for the expansion of projects which help parents break the destructive cycle.
"The emotional cost to those families, and to their children, is immense but the financial cost to the taxpayer is immense as well and we really have to find a different way of dealing with these cases."
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Britain's most notorious nagging wife breaches noise nuisance ASBO over husband's Lottery ticket blunder
and there are thousands more like her that are invisible to Womens Aid
BRITAIN'S most notorious nagging wife has got herself in trouble again by shouting at her hubby for buying the wrong lottery ticket.
Julie Griffiths – who was handed a five-year Anti-Social Behaviour Order in December 2012 for being a noise nuisance to her neighbours – this time let rip at henpecked husband Norman over a bowl of cornflakes.
And on Monday she was hauled before magistrates again for breaching the ASBO for a second time.
North Staffordshire Justice Centre heard how Griffiths, 43 – who shouts, swears and berates factory worker Norman, 65, on a daily basis – sent him to the newsagents to buy a lottery scratchcard on March 9.
But when her husband of 25 years returned she launched into a blistering rage because he had bought the wrong one.
Prosecutor Steve Knowles said nearby residents in Talke, Staffordshire, became concerned when they heard night-shift worker Griffiths shouting.
He said: “Neighbours confirmed that they heard Julie Griffiths screaming, shouting and swearing, and later banging on the walls at her home.
"They say it went on for about 45 minutes.
"One neighbour used his mobile phone to record the noise and her voice was getting louder and louder.
“Griffiths was interviewed by police and confirmed she had had an argument with her husband.”
The ASBO prohibits her from creating noise audible to neighbouring properties – shouting, screaming or banging on internal doors.
But she breached the order just four months after it was first imposed when arguing with Norman last April. And on Monday she admitted breaching the order a second time.
Alan Dawson, defending, said: “She has an ASBO but during this day in particular, there is an argument at the address and it’s as simple as that.
“This is a lady who wants to get on with her life and keep herself to herself, but there is going to be some escape of noise in relation to her neighbours.”
Griffiths had been warned after her first breach that she could face jail but magistrates decided to fine her £165.
She was also ordered to pay £105 court costs and must attend anger management classes.
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Labour feminists like Harriet Hatemen protected homopaedo agenda
We have known for a very long time lawyer / politician / feminist Harriet Hateman was evil with her constant
smear campaigns aimed at heterosexual men meanwhile she was happy to support the homosexuals and homopaedo's
pushing a vile agenda. Labour can NEVER be trusted while bastards like Harman are within their ranks.
Now say sorry! Ex-Yard chief calls on Labour trio to admit backing paedophilia was a 'huge mistake'
Harriet Harman, Jack Dromey, and Patricia Hewitt all held key roles in the National Council for Civil Liberties
The left-wing human rights organisation built extraordinary links with the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange
The trio refuse to comment on the NCCL’s activities or apologise for them
Mike Hames, former head of Scotland Yard’s Paedophile Squad, said they made a huge mistake
Three senior Labour figures were under mounting pressure last night to apologise for supporting a vile group campaigning to legalise child sex.
Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman, her husband, home affairs spokesman Jack Dromey, and former Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt all held key roles in the National Council for Civil Liberties.
The left-wing human rights organisation built extraordinary links with the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange during the 1970s and 80s, yet the trio refuse to comment on the NCCL’s activities or apologise for them.
But Mike Hames, the former head of Scotland Yard’s Paedophile Squad, said: ‘They made a huge mistake. At the very least they should acknowledge, publicly, that they got it wrong.
‘That would be a great help to victims of child sex abuse.’
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A Mail investigation yesterday revealed the shocking links between the Labour figures and PIE, a group of predatory paedophiles calling for the age of consent to be cut to just four.
Former detective superintendent Mr Hames said: ‘Through their political correctness, the NCCL legitimised the Paedophile Information Exchange and its vile members.
‘Senior figures at the NCCL equated PIE with the campaign for homosexual equality. They were anxious not to criticise people with unusual sexual interests. PIE had tried to intellectualise the issue of child sex but they were just apologists for paedophilia, and the NCCL was misguided in its support.’
Police are investigating the paedophile group as part of Operation Fernbridge, launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile affair, with one source saying there is evidence that PIE members were abusing children ‘on an industrial scale’.
The Home Office is also carrying out a ‘thorough, independent investigation’ into shocking claims that the Labour government of the Seventies may have helped finance the group.
The reviled PIE, formed in the early 1970s, openly campaigned to legalise child sex.
Members did not present themselves as child abusers but ‘child lovers’, keen to ‘liberate’ children from sexual ‘repression’.
Tom O’Carroll, once described as ‘one of the most infamous perverts on earth,’ was co-founder and PIE chairman.
Key roles: Harriet Harman and husband Jack Dromey. They were leading officials in the NCCL, which was linked to predatory pedophile group PIE
Yet despite the group’s notoriety, the NCCL granted ‘affiliate’ status to the group.
The Mail investigation discovered that during the 1970s and 80s, Miss Hewitt described PIE in glowing terms as ‘a campaigning/counselling group for adults attracted to children’.
The NCCL lobbied Parliament for the age of sexual consent to be cut to ten – if the child consented and ‘understood the nature of the act’.
It also called for incest to be legalised in what one MP dubbed a ‘Lolita’s charter’.
The NCCL – now the respected pressure group Liberty – filed a submission to Parliament claiming that ‘childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in, with an adult, result in no identifiable damage’.
The Labour trio were all senior figures in the NCCL – then a small, tight-knit group of activists.
Miss Hewitt was general secretary of the NCCL from 1974-83, Miss Harman was a newly qualified solicitor when she became its legal officer in 1978 until 1982, when she entered Parliament. Mr Dromey sat on the NCCL executive committee from 1970-79.
The Mail repeatedly sent detailed questions to the trio about their links to PIE and whether they regret supporting such a vile group. Neither Miss Hewitt nor Mr Dromey replied.
A spokesman for Miss Harman said: ‘This story is untrue and ridiculous.’
My brother once asked grandfather why he had fought for Stalin.
"Oh no" he replied. "We didn't fight for Stalin. We fought for the women and children of Russia."
Society is in the clutch of a satanic cult, the Illuminati, that seeks to erase gender
and portray heterosexuality as pathological.
A young Russian woman, who lives in Dublin and blogs at anti misandry.com
describes how she formed healthy and positive feelings toward men.
"Women have very little idea of how much men hate them" - Germaine Greer
by Lanovar 22
Germaine Greer Vs My Russian Grandfather. - No Contest (henrymakow.com)
One of my most vivid childhood memories is a near tragedy on a frozen lake ...in my home town near the outskirts of Rostov on Don. ...I was walking home from school with my grandfather ...we could see skaters on the frozen lake a few hundred yards from the street. As we turned off the main street there was no sound except the crunching of our boots in the snow. A scream broke the silence and we instinctively looked towards the lake.
Two skaters, a mother and her daughter, had fallen through the ice. Grandfather began running towards the lake. It amazed me how fast he could move considering he had lost a foot in the war. I followed Grandfather as quickly as I could, but we were beaten to the lake shore by a group of young soldiers who were already crawling on their bellies across the ice, in single file towards the two women flailing around in the freezing water.
The soldiers were joined by some other men who had rushed out of one of the cafes. They brought some ladders to lay out on the ice to spread the weight of the rescuers. The women were pulled to safety and dragged bodily to the shore, passed from one man to the next until they were safely on the bank. The women, a mother and daughter were wrapped in blankets, fed hot soup and bundled into a truck to take them to hospital just in case.
The crowd dispersed. The soldiers and the other men drifted back into the cafes to resume their meals and a short while later, grandfather and I were sitting with my parents, toasting ourselves in front of the big stove. Grandfather began telling stories of the war; tales of stoic endurance, boundless determination and heroic deeds. He always admonished me to remember that the bounties of my comfortable childhood had been paid for by all those men who had never returned home. My brother had once asked him why he had fought for Stalin. "Oh no" my Grandfather replied. "We didn't fight for Stalin. We fought for the women and children of Russia."
Grandfather left early that night and trudged back through the town, braving one of the famous white storms, to reach the hospital where his wife, my grandmother, was recuperating from a painful operation on her eyes. He would sit and read to her through the night as she drifted in and out of sleep, until finally he would be driven from the clinic by a stern nurse telling him to go and get some rest.
MALE ACTS OF BRAVERY
I have seen many acts of incredible bravery on the news. Men who didn't hesitate to drag people from the wreckage during the awful metro bombings in Moscow; men who stormed an aircraft in Perm when hijackers threatened to shoot hostages; men who threw themselves into the icy waters of the Volga to rescue people from a sinking ferry.
Whenever there is an earthquake, an avalanche, a tsunami or a hurricane, it is the men of any nation who will instinctively rush to help. It is the men who will put their own lives on the line if they have to, to save others. When the crisis is over, it is the men who will clear roads, repair bridges, restore power lines and begin to re-build. I often wonder if Germaine Greer has ever done anything even remotely as valuable as the men she has spent her life ridiculing.
But there are also the ordinary heroes. Billions of men who work hard and often do dangerous jobs in order to support women and children, and in order to keep women and children safe and housed and fed.
So Germaine Greer can spew her infantile paranoia as much as she likes. She can convince herself and other gullible women that the world doesn't need these masculine qualities, but she is deluding herself. Our civilization was built by men. Our communities are maintained by men. We are kept safe by men. Wouldn't it be nice if feminists could stop ridiculing them and maybe even express some gratitude from time to time?
Men are our fathers and grandfathers, our brothers and sons, our friends and colleagues. It is their masculine qualities that make them what they are. Men are the builders and inventors, the explorers and defenders, the pioneers and the discoverers. We need men, and if Germaine Greer and her fellow feminists don't care about the damage they are doing to men, maybe they should think about what they are doing to women.
The "patriarchy" Greer rages against has always been designed first and foremost to keep women and children safe. But if men begin to show the same contempt for women as feminists show for men, then we women are going to be in a lot of trouble. In western nations now there is definitely a hardening of attitudes among men towards women in general. Decades of feminism has taught men that women have nothing but contempt for them. They are beginning to wake up. Feminists who say they want gender equality should be very very careful what they wish for.
So now I am grown up and I live in Ireland. But whenever I hear some half-witted feminist denigrating men in general, my first thought is always of that brave young man, who risked his life to save two strange women, long ago in the depths of a frozen Russian winter.
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Feminasty get LADS mags pulled from the shelves
The BBC did an interview this morning on LADS mags being pulled from the shelves thanks to an action triggered by the UK's feminasty and Object . So the BBC wheel on a feminist and another female who had appeared in one of the LADS mags to discuss the subject. Nowhere did they have a MAN to provide a male perspective in the female run BBC news.
We do NOT take any side on this subject but we strongly object to the continual smearing of men by these vile feminists who use lawyers to attack issues relating to men, yet do NOTHING about the blossoming clubs putting on male strippers for the predilection of womens sexual fantasy's. Feminists are trying to turn men into mice with their demands and actions that consist of a large group of lesbians, many of them lawyers and social workers involved in the legal system making a massive KILLING from the continual smearing of men in all shapes and sizes. Divorce the main area a golddigging feminist can become an instant millionaire thanks to their very warped agenda. They are a lunatic fringe who have a pathological hatred of ALL things men trying to crush them at every opportunity but WITHOUT any REAL success.
Gender equality groups UK Feminista and Object joined forces with lawyers to launch the Lose the Lads' Mags campaign earlier this year.
They warned that retailers could face legal action if they continued to display the magazines or require staff to handle them.
This, they said, could amount to sexual harassment or discrimination in breach of the Equality Act 2010.
Guys go out every weekend and get caught in the slap trap thinking
they have captured a beauty that
doesn't look quite so great first thing in the morning .
Evil lying bitch jailed for claiming rape against five ex-boyfriends
British judges bend over backwards to accommodate lying bitches especially when its an ex-wife and a man's
estate is being stolen by the legal mafia. Womens aid jump through hoops to help them as well and use them for their
man hating agenda.
Woman is finally jailed after FIVE false rape allegations against her ex-boyfriends in eight years
Leanne Black, 32, falsely accused five partners of molesting her
Escaped justice for eight years but has now been given two years in prison
Judge tells her she has harmed genuine rape victims with her lies
A woman who made a string of false rape allegations against five men in eight years was behind bars last night.
Leanne Black, 32, repeatedly cried rape with bogus sex assault reports to police after rowing or breaking up with her former partners.
In one case, Black claimed she had been drugged and raped. In another she told police a boyfriend kidnapped and molested her.
A court heard that her innocent partners would have faced up to five years in jail if they had been found guilty of such serious sexual allegations.
However, Black was herself jailed for two years, with a judge condemning her actions, telling her that genuine rape victims would be undermined by her lies.
The court heard that, in the most recent case in March, her boyfriend Kevin Crowley was held on suspicion of rape after he had called police to report she had thrown plates at him in their flat.
David Wooler, prosecuting, said officers arrived at the scene of the domestic argument at the home shared by Black and her boyfriend – and she turned the tables on him.
Mr Wooler said: ‘When she was questioned by police she told them her boyfriend had raped her while she slept at his flat.
‘It was the most recent in a number of repeated false rape allegations against men since 2005.’
Newport Crown Court heard that, in June 2005, Black had made a rape allegation but the case did not proceed.
In July 2006, she accused her then partner of raping her twice and also claimed she had been kidnapped and raped. In 2009, she claimed she had been the victim of a serious sexual assault.
And in 2010, she fabricated a story about being drugged and raped. Then, earlier this year, she made the accusations against Mr Crowley.
But she finally owned up, admitting one count of perverting the course of justice against Mr Crowley.
Judge William Gaskell told Black, of Cwmbran, South Wales, she had made it more difficult for genuine rape victims to be believed. He said: ‘Police have to take all allegations of rape very seriously.
‘Rape, when it happens, has a devastating effect for victims and causes great trauma. Many women never get over it.
‘Women who make false allegations like you undermine the whole system and police investigations.
‘It undermines the public’s belief in the truth when allegations are truthfully made.’
Gareth Driscoll, defending, said Black had entered an early guilty plea and made a full admission.
She will serve half her sentence before being released on licence.
Inspector Rory Waring, of Gwent Police, said the sentence should act as a warning to anyone thinking about making false allegations of rape.
He said: ‘As well as causing distress to innocent people accused of this terrible crime, cases like this distract officers from supporting real victims and prosecuting real offenders.
‘Those who have suffered from genuine offences are also undermined.’
Siobhan Blake, Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor in Wales, said: ‘False allegations of rape are extremely uncommon, but where they do occur they are serious offences.
‘Such cases will be dealt with robustly and those falsely accused should feel confident that we will prosecute these cases wherever there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest to do so.
‘Earlier this year, the CPS published a report highlighting how rare false allegations of rape and domestic violence are.
‘We must not allow these cases to undermine our work to support victims of rape and domestic violence.
‘We want victims to feel able to report the abuse they have suffered and we are working hard to dispel the myths and stereotypes that can be associated with these cases.
‘One such misplaced belief is that false allegations of rape and domestic violence are widespread. We know that is not the case.’