Things are getting better by the day. Last Friday I was attacked by the 29-year-old feminist deputy editor of the Leftie periodical New Statesman, and today two of the magazine’s bloggers have taken up arms too. They are Rhiannon and Holly, the ladies who run the ‘online mag’ The Vagenda which for some reasons hadn’t come to my attention before today’s blog piece. I’m sure it’s very nice. Their New Statesman blog is called The V Spot and here’s what they had to say:
I’ve added a comment on the article, why not add one yourself, and maybe make known your ‘likes’ and ‘dislikes’ of the other comments?
A good end to a good day. Earlier today I met with a gentleman who’s planning to establish a men’s rights party in another developed country, and we had a very interesting four-hour-long discussion. Our analyses of what needs to be done to successfully fight feminism politically were strikingly similar.
I predict that over the next year or two most developed countries will have men’s rights parties raising public consciousness of the damage wrought by militant feminism over the past 30+ years. Feminists won’t be able to stop the tsunami of truth and facts which is going to drown them. In the final analysis, they only have one weapon: shaming tactics. When men get off their knees, stand tall, and publicly refuse to be ashamed of being men, feminists are rendered powerless. Utterly powerless.