My thanks to the lady who brought this story to my attention. A Facebook page http://j4mb.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=521&action=edit&message=1 has been posted with respect to events surrounding the proposal to introduce a Men’s Officer onto the Students’ Union Executive committee. Nathan Hoyle’s introduction to the matter:
Open letter to the University of Manchester Students’ Union
Last week, the Union held an assembly (as it does for new ideas), one of which was whether to introduce a Men’s Officer as a position on the Exec. Usually, this would be a panel of 20 students, picked on a representative basis (so e.g. 10 men, 10 women, ethnically balanced etc.). For some reason, with this issue, somewhat suspiciously the number of females on the panel outnumbered the men more than two-to-one, something the Union and Mancunion both failed to report…
I’ve posted the following comment:
Feminists ALWAYS subvert any attempt by men to discuss men’s issues. Whatever the position with the Union, you have to form an independent men’s group without any ‘representative’ nonsense.
I lead a party which fights for the rights of men and boys, who are assaulted by the state (in its actions and inactions) throughout their lives, in many ways. And it gets worse with each passing year. Our public consultation document (link below) covers 18 areas in which the state assaults men and boys. There isn’t one area in which the state assaults women.
Come on guys, strap a pair on. For the past 30+ years feminism has been a female supremacist movement driven by misandry. For those who might doubt this assertion, I recommend Swayne O’Pie’s ‘Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism’.
Why would a man call himself a feminist unless he, too, hates men, and wants to see women run everything for the benefit of women, at the expense of men? Let me know if you’d like me to give a presentation at UoM, engage in debates etc. One final thing. If you get any earache from women in general (or feminists in particular) point them to the website of the Huffington Post journalist Claire-Louise Meadows http://afternyne.com/.
Have a nice day.