J4MB announces its first prospective parliamentary candidate for the 2015 general election

We’ve given the influential American MHR website ‘A Voice for Men’ an exclusive on the first prospective parliamentary candidate J4MB has selected for 2015, someone who contested the same parliamentary seat in 2010 for his own political party:


We wish him well. On 9 May I’ll be revealing – again through ‘A Voice for Men’ – the seat I’ll personally be contesting in 2015.

We need a lot more donations if we’re to hit our financial target for contesting 30 marginal seats in 2015. I ask you to donate whatever you can afford towards that goal (link below), and I remind you that nobody connected with the party draws any income from donations.


Thank you for your support of our efforts to make the future brighter for men and boys (and the women who love them).

Mike Buchanan


About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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3 Responses to J4MB announces its first prospective parliamentary candidate for the 2015 general election

  1. richard says:

    TV progs like this only ever feature children abducted by fathers,whereas 8-9 in 10 are abductions by mothers.

    Not only me, but my parents,30 yrs ago had the very first granparental visiting Rights in this country.But my ex-wife still took my daughter to the USA. without court permission.The British Court would do nothing to help us, and I haven’t seen my daughter for 30yrs.

    Joyce McKinney (charged with Rape ) jumped bail in the 70’s and we never sort her extradition from the USA

    The Law is always soft on women.When they are on a bail for anything – they get themselves pregnant and usually thus avoid a prison sentence.


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  2. richard says:

    I went into NatWest in the very centre of Gloucester, today – a large branch: I didn’t see a single Male member of staff. Both Manager and Deputy are women. Is it a lesbian bank ?

    No wonder young lads can’t get jobs !


    ======================================== Message Received: Apr 30 2013, 09:36 PM

    • Richard, for all women’s talk of ‘the old boy network’, women preference their own gender far more than men in recruitment and promotion terms (Steve Moxon’s ‘The Woman Racket’ is worth reading on this and many other issues).

      When I gave evidence to the House of Commons Select Committee on ‘Women in the Workplace’ one of my fellow panellists was Heather McGregor, CEO (and owner for many years) of Taylor Bennett – a London-based headhunting company – TV’s ‘Mrs Moneypenny’ and a FT columnist. She boasted that 20 of the 22 employees/directors in her company are women, and made a remark along the lines that hell has a special place for women who don’t support other women. So much for gender ‘equality’. We shouldn’t be surprised that almsot two-thirds of public sector employees are women, while men pay 72% of the income tax which pays for them, and women only 28%.

      I was in one of Bath’s nice tea rooms today. There were maybe 5 staff and 20 customers. All the staff were women, only two of the customers (other than myself) men, and both were clearly pensioners.

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