Good afternoon. We hope you’ve had a restful summer break.
We should like to thank our supporters warmly, and our donors in particular. In July we launched our first ‘crowdfunding campaign’, aiming to raise £1,000 to fund the third of the 30 candidates we plan to field at the 2015 general election. The campaign was scheduled to last 60 days, yet the full sum was raised in just 22 days. Today we’re launching a new campaign, more on this shortly.
Recently we’ve been working even longer hours than usual, helping a television documentary maker understand the assaults on men’s and boys’ interests in the modern era, and the malign influence exerted by militant feminists and their collaborators. Along with a small number of others with an interest in these matters, I expect to be filmed shortly for that documentary, possibly in the context of a ’round table’ discussion. The programme will be broadcast on national television in the New Year, and to the best of my knowledge it will be the first time feminism has been critiqued on a mainstream British television channel in the modern era.
The public appetite to challenge feminism is growing across the world. A number of prominent Canadian ‘honey badgers’ – anti-feminist women – have been interviewed on television. In the United States Paul Elam, founder and publisher of ‘A Voice for Men’ http://avoiceformen.com, arguably the most influential men’s human rights website in the world, was interviewed last week for the ABC television programme 20/20. The show regularly attracts 50+ million viewers.
We believe that in time, as J4MB becomes able to fund more candidates at the 2015 general election, we’ll attract more media attention. In the light of this, we’re today launching our new crowdfunding campaign, to fund our fourth candidate. We’ve set a tighter deadline than last time, 30 days, and the deadlines will have to become yet tighter as we approach the 2015 general election, now just 20 months away. If the £1,000 target isn’t met by 30 September, your donation will be refunded in full. You can donate through the following link by credit card, debit card, or PayPal:
We alerted a few donors to this new campaign a few hours ago, and we’re delighted to see that Doris M, one of J4MB’s most stalwart and generous supporters since it was registered as a political party, has already made a donation (£25.00). Doris, thank you. You’re a star.
If you’d rather make a donation by cheque, please make it out to ‘Justice for men & boys’ and send it to Justice for men & boys, PO Box 2220, Bath BA1 1AA.
Thank you for your support, and for seeking to ensure that men & boys (and the women who love them) enjoy a brighter future.
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