One of the good guys currently under attack
As if on cue, Rossa’s mother sends this piece at The Tap:
There’s a type of man who becomes a twisted caricature – loud, boorish, a bore, prone to physcial violence and I have roughly the same attitude towards him that I do towards his egregious female equivalent – the feminazi. Malfunction Units [Male] and Malfunctioning Units [Female].
But giving hope to one and all is the male who genuinely cares for his womenfolk and the woman who genuinely cares for her menfolk and Rossa’s mother is one of the latter. Now Higham J has had a questionable relationship with mothers over the years – as in a bit too close for comfort and decorum at times – and so he can be expected to support mothers in the context of the well-fathered family, not in the context of single mothers on benefits.
The family is the core unit and I come back to the lovely Christy O again who did the series on feminism and the family. With people around like her, brave women who get threatened with physical violence by the monstrous regiment of malfunction units [female], she’s the type of lady men would do anything for. I certainly would and in this sense, she could have me eating out of her hand.
Christy rambles a bit but there are enough core ideas she expresses which are well worth the minutes spent watching and listening:
A woman like that is worth all the gold in the world, plus the rubies. So is Rossa’s mother. Any woman who says now hang on a minute, we don’t like maltreatment but it’s nowhere near the way the MUs[F] make out and besides, most men we’ve known are supportive of us – that’s a woman men can do business with.
There’s this middle ground where men and women can say go take your activism and stick it where the sun doesn’t shine – they’re usually found in families, these people – functioning families. They’re sane in fact, normal, susceptible to the opposite of the species, not some grotesque Harmanesque caricature.
And so to what’s happening in Sweden:
A woman with long brown hair stands up at a conference and after thanking the organisers and apologising for being no good at using Powerpoint, she begins her speech nervously, as though she were saying something that might lead her to being attacked.
“I am a mother,” she says.
I have never heard those words spoken as if they had such meaning. She sounds brave and defiant. It is reminiscent of the crowd of slaves on the hill in the film, Spartacus. One person after another in the crowd stands up and declares, “I am Spartacus!” knowing that, in doing so, they risk being crucified.
How brave do you have to be to identify yourself as a mother in Sweden?
Madeleine Wallin, speaking at a Mothers At Home Matter event, says that politicians there “shun” her when they learn what organisation she represents. She is a board member of HARO which campaigns for care of children by the family. Even using the word ‘family’ is to get onto dangerous ground.
“You don’t talk about the family,” she says.
She demonstrates how people literally refuse to shake her hand. She says about a prominent Swedish woman politician, “she doesn’t answer when I talk to her…never”.
She says how nice it is to speak to an audience in London that is sympathetic to the idea of the mother.
“To meet Swedish women…it’s a fight.”
That is precisely as Christie O reported her treatment and Erin Pizzey, though they go further and recount the threat of physical violence against their persons. Now in a sane society, that is not only one of the new “hate crimes” but this threatening of violence – that’s a long stretch in prison for each of these feminazis or MUs[W].
And “nazi” in this context is a quite apt reference – the threat of violence in order to shut someone up and intimidate them. You see, the enemy of women is not men. The enemy of women is MUs[F] who claim to be the friends of women, just as the government claims to be our friend and Them claims to have our best interests at heart and the right to determine what those shall be.
Let me sum up where I am here. I have no desire to separate myself from women and to hate them – quite the opposite. I immerse myself in their company and am never happier than when women are about. And like Christy O, I can see MUs[W] militating against that process, the normal interaction of men and women together.
I want the best of both worlds. I want to have my mates and discuss technical things, football, power tools with them, be boring. Then I want the cut and thrust of discussion with women – even on football. There’sa lady downunder and she and I tweet each other on our beloved Geelong, she discusses players, the latest moves etc. – and lastly, I want a woman in my arms because there is nothing better on earth.
Terribly boring aims in life but they’ll do me. And I enjoy cooking too and that glass of wine at the end of the day.
But, as Christy outlines, there are those in this society, aided and abetted by Them, by govt, who wish to wreck that life. And there are sufficient of us from this vast mass in the middle who say NO – you shall not pass. You will be opposed and neutralized. And it is these people in the middle who are not the friends of men, not the friends of women but the friends of men and women together, in symbiosis. Friends of people.
That’s precisely where I’m to be found – in among men and women together, carving a furrow down the political centre and refusing to be buffeted out of it.
More feminist insanity, back home:
Courtesy Breitbart London, via Wiggia:
The chairman of governors of a school has allegedly been ousted simply because he is a member of UKIP. Mike Ward, who has been a governor of Eskdale School in North Yorkshire for the past eight years, alleges that he was forced to resign after head teacher Sue Whelan told him UKIP’s policies were against the school’s ethos.
The Yorkshire Post reports that Ward, who is also a local councillor said that he was called in to a meeting with Whelan after his switch to UKIP was reported in local media.
“She then asked me to resign saying UKIP’s policies were against the ethos of the school,” he said.
“I was astonished as politics had never played a part in my time as a Governor but after some soul searching over the weekend and not wishing to cause the school any further issues I tendered my resignation which she accepted.”
North Yorkshire County Council has confirmed that it has received a complaint over the issue, and the school’s governing body will launch an investigation.
A spokesman told Breitbart London: “North Yorkshire County Council has received a complaint from a member of the public about the resignation of the chair of governors at Eskdale School in Whitby. We understand that the governing body is taking this complaint very seriously and will undertake an independent investigation.”
UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall said: “This is an outrage, Mike has been a dedicated governor for years and it is totally unacceptable that membership of UKIP should be considered to be incompatible with being a governor.
“This is discrimination against a conscientious man who has worked tirelessly for the school and it is a disgrace that the head teacher has taken it upon herself to oust him. He purely has the interests of the school and local youngsters at heart.
If this is indeed so, what that feminazi has done, then she should be charged with hate crimes.
This, my friends, to quote Christie O, is perversity.