Is Britain a Violent Feminist Police State

At the World Conference of Science Journalists in South Korea, Tim Hunt, a British Nobel laureate biochemist said: “Let me tell you about my trouble with girls … three things happen when they are in the lab … You fall in love with them, they fall in love with you and when you criticize them, they cry.” He also stated "I'm in favor of single sex labs" and he "doesn’t want to stand in the way of women".

As a result of these allegedly "brutal" and "appalling" comments about women, feminists forced him to resign from his faculty position at the University College, London. They have also forced his resignation from the Royal Society, where he had been a fellow. Lastly, they forced his resignation from the European Research Council where he served on the science committee. Britain’s  academia and media were outraged over these allegedly 'oppressive' comments directed toward women.

Contrast this reaction with the reaction to comments made by a feminist diversity officer at Goldsmiths University of London. Bahar Mustafa used an official university Twitter account to tweet with the hashtag "kill all white men". She also used the account to tweet racial slurs at student activist Tom Harris calling him “white trash”. Except for a student petition, there was no mass calling for her resignation. Much of Britain’s media had no problem with her comments. In fact, Telegraph journalist, Jemima Thackray wrote an article defending Mustafa, claiming that "kill all white men" is not violent hate speech and men cannot experience sexism. British academia was silent on the issue. They made no calls for her resignation. Additionally, Goldsmith fully endorsed Mustafa.

 Would Thackray be tolerant if Tim Hunt had tweeted "kill all white female reporters"? Would British academia be tolerant with Hunt if he had  tweeted with the hashtag "kill all minority women in science". Not likely in either case.

In Britain, when a narrow minded female chauvinist racist advocates killing groups of men, no consequences occur. However, when a man makes a comment about working women falling in love and crying over criticism, he is forced to resign from his posts.

This is the same country in which a feminist author, Kamila Shamsie, recently demanded male writers be barred from publishing books in 2018. She wants only female authored books published during this year so that women writers will win more literary prizes and also to honor the 100th anniversary of UK women's voting rights. One British publishing company has already adopted her proposal. 'And Other Stories Publishing' will not print male authored books in 2018. The British media was not outraged by Shamsie's comments recommending discrimination. There were no demands for her resignation. There were no calls for boycotting her works.

Feminists are converting Britain into a female chauvinist state where advocating violence against men is condoned and males are policed as if they lived under a Soviet regime.

June 23, 2015

Iceland Proposes Female Only Parliament

A feminist member of Iceland's Independence Party, Ragnheiður Ríkharðsdóttir, has recently stated she wants the country's parliament  to be women only. Men would resign. The idea was endorsed  by parliament members from Iceland’s Left-Green party. The Independence Party initially proposed Iceland be run by an all-female parliament between 2017 and 2019. Supporters of the idea claimed the world would be a better place if it were run by women.

Iceland's proposal is based on traditional feminist stereotypes of women being fair, collaborative and thoughtful whereas men are self-centered and confrontational. In the real world, feminist gender stereotypes have proven to be a farce.

For example, American female politicians created the Campus Accountability & Safety Act, The intent of this Act is to remove any male student accused of sexual assault from college regardless of his guilt or innocence. How is this being fair? Female politicians don’t give a damn about  what happens to innocent male students. They only care about women. Also, female politicians and women's groups continuously fight against paternity fraud legislation. Their efforts have forced many husbands into financing and raising their wife's boyfriend's children. These women are only concerned with the well being of the mother. They have no interest in helping frauded husbands. How is this being thoughtful? The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) wrote a document titled "Sentencing Women Offenders: A Training Curriculum for Judges". The document advocates giving female criminals more lenient sentences than male criminals. The NAWJ has advocated the report for a decade. How is this fair and equitable? In June 2014, a study led by Dr. Elizabeth Bates, University of Cumbria, concluded women were slightly more likely than men to be the perpetrators of domestic violence. How does committing domestic violence make women better than men? Additionally, in America, domestic violence shelters are almost always run by women. They have refused to allow male domestic abuse victims into their shelters nor give them any assistance. Is this supposed to represent women's fairness? An FBI report "Crime in the US 2011" Table 33, indicates women commit 25% of all violent crime and 38% of all burglary type crimes. There is nothing thoughtful and benevolent about either statistic. Lastly, if  women are so collaborative then US Congress should be at its zenith. Currently, there are more women in Congress than at anytime in US history. Yet, rather than being more productive and cooperative, Congress has  become more divided, more extreme and increasingly uncompromising.

The idea that women are the fair, cooperative sex is a female chauvinist farce. People should be judged on the basis of their actions not - as Iceland's feminist government suggest - their gender.

Feminist Iceland is slowly becoming more like 20th century apartheid South Africa using gender rather than race as its method of bigotry. Perhaps this is the reason why its people (according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development 2013) consume the most antidepressant drugs of any country in the world.

June 17, 2015