When the history of our forthcoming party is written, there should be a chapter on its precursor, the Anti-Feminism League. And in that chapter there should be a mention of the excellent contributions of the numerous women – sorry, ladies – in the AFL. They’ve helped in a number of ways, and made some valuable financial contributions along the way. I’d like to thank S in the Midlands, the mother of boys, who is fearful for their futures in our feminist dystopia. I met her last year at her home in the Midlands, we had a most interesting conversation, and we continue to stay in touch.
Also in the Midlands there’s the doughty Doris, of course. Her input into our thinking – and her contributions to our running expenses – have been greatly valued.
Only yesterday we had a £100 donation from another of our longstanding supporters, Celia. In an email she asked that the money be reserved to go towards the £600 deposit payment required when we fight the seat of Harriet Harman (Labour, Peckham and Camberwell) at the next general election, in May 2015. She wrote, ‘Let me know if I can do anything else to give that evil feminist witch the kick up the arse that she’s long deserved. She and the others in her coven inflicted untold harm on British society during her term as a senior figure in the last Labour government, and her influence on government policy and legislation continued unabated with the Conservative-led coalition which came to power in 2010, as you outlined in David and Goliatha: David Cameron – heir to Harman? ‘ Which gives me an excuse for again providing a link to that book’s front cover (as if I ever need an excuse!):
Celia ends her email with, ‘May I politely suggest you call the fund that will pay for that particular deposit, the “The Harridan Harman Fund”?’ Celia, you may, and consider it done. The donation is on its way to our accountant as I write this.
We would welcome further donations to The Harridan Harman Fund, and to fund our campaigning work in general. I work full-time for this cause, and draw no income from it. Our supporters (including our accountant) also draw no income. If you can afford to make a donation, you’ll find a ‘Donate’ tab at the top of our home page. 100% of donations will be used to defray campaigning and related costs. Help us to fight feminism, and thereby improve the lives of 99% of British people, in 2013 and beyond. Thank you.