Thursday, May 28, 2009

Harman Courts Feminazi Vote. Again.

Hatter Harmmen has a solution to the economic crisis. Put women in charge of banks. Apparently, if they were running things, we wouldn't be in this mess. How do we know that? Because Auntie Hattie says so. Have you ever heard anything so vacuous?

I wish it was only absurd, but it is far worse than that. The fact that a leading politician can stand up in Parliament and say something like that with complete impunity is a measure of just how profoundly damaged our society has become at the hands of feminists.

Imagine she had said "The problem with our banks is that they are run by Jews. If we put Anglo-Saxons in charge, everything would be fine".

This is exactly the kind of rhetoric you might have heard form German politicians in the 1930s. And yet this is exactly the same argument. It has the same logic, and proceeds from the same smug, bigoted, authoritarian, self-pitying mindset.

And yet where are the voices of protest? Where is the media campaign to oust her? I hear nothing.

What kind of moron would you have to be, if you were a woman, to be taken in by such tactics? "Oh yes, those awful men running the banks. Let's put some lovely women in charge instead". Interestingly, I haven't actually heard anyone agreeing with her.

I wonder how Auntie Hattie explains the fact that so many women politicians are up to their necks in the expenses scandal, with her feminist sister-in-arms Jacqui Smith claiming for her pay-per-view porn at taxpayers' expense? Hattie has been strangely quiet of late.

Smith tried to divert attention away from the scandal by saying that people are only picking on her because she is a woman. Is it just me, or does anyone else expect more from their politicians than this?

Such statements show the desperation of a dead government trying to divert attention away from its own death throes.

People are justly concerned about the rise of the loathsome BNP. But we should be placing the blame for this at the door of New Labour. Not only has it completely abandoned the indigenous working-class, the very people it was formed to represent, but even worse that that:

If it's OK for Hattie Harmmen to spout neo-fascist propaganda in the media, then why not Nick Griffin too? It is Labour and its feminist supporters who have set the precedent.

22 comments:

JimmyGiro said...

Harriet 'sugar-and-spice-and-all-things-nice' Harman has laid women open to the absolute shame reserved for feminists; because there is one obvious occupation that has been dominated at one time by both sexes independently, and that is education.

Prior to the 80's, men were the dominant gender of teachers in secondary education in the UK; but since then women have become ever more dominant in proportion, and feminist in mentality.

Prior to A-level grade hyper-inflation, in the days of 'slugs, snails, and puppy-dogs tails, the UK had an enviable education system, as evidenced by the high number of foreign student applications; but no more.

Another occupation that has both genders in comparable numbers, is that of member of parliament on the fiddle. When male MPs were caught short fingered, they did the honourable thing and resigned; but so far only two female MPs have done so, and that after needing to be pushed long and hard.

In conclusion, when comparing apples with apples, and oranges with oranges, feminists have shown themselves to be more incompetent and more dishonourable than men and regular women.

Anonymous said...

Shame you had to bash the BNP, the only party to support Father's rights.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/15109757/BNP-White-Paper-on-Family-Law

BrusselsLout said...

And yet where are the voices of protest? Where is the media campaign to oust her? I hear nothing.Indeed, we have many newspapers that should have expressed outrage that an individual like Mad Hattie could be placed into such a position of responsibility. She's not a hairdresser or a cleaner, who'd never had the advantage of a university education, but a senior minister of state, behaving like a little girl upset that a boy beat her at sums. She is not talking amongst acquaintances in the pub, but addressing a nation.

And yes, where was the public outcry at her stupidity and childishness?

Nowhere, because this is normally reserved for other issues. I recall Angry Harry a couple of years ago commenting that nearly a whole BBC 10 o'clock news programme one evening was dedicated to someone who'd got found guilty in a court for possession of child porn, and that he was being sentenced to prison. Not only was this rubbish the main item of news, but nearly the whole programme was devoted to it! Herein is where you'll find the public outcry, at individuals with misplaced fetishes.

There seems to be a harmonious triangle of stupidity, ignorance and immaturity reverberating between three groups:

Government <--> Press <--> Public <--> Government.

Let Harpy have her wimmin-only policy. Let NuLab introduce a quota system forcing 50% of senior job positions to go to wimmin. Let them make it illegal to imprison a woman committing a serious crime for which a man would receive life.

And then let's watch the triangle break. It's a biological/psychological fact that men have a wider spread of intelligence than women, meaning that the most able individuals will be men. Moreover, men have the aggressive energy to tackle the problems found in business (and elsewhere).

Quotas mean putting women in places they are not suited. This will result in a diminution of Britain's ability to contribute to the world economy and to compete.

New Labour's vicious triangle will eventually come into question, and finally break.

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 2.43:

I wouldn't trust the BNP on men's/father's rights as far as I can throw them. They are constantly demonising Asian MALE taxi drivers as Rapists. Whilst alot of people see this as an attack on Asians, I see this first and foremost as an attack on men in general. When they've finishe with Muslims, which group of MEN will they go after next?

SteveUK said...

Women, ofcourse, dont want the BNP to do well because women fear that the good-time theyve enjoyed with labour would come to an end.

Heretic said...

I'm beginning to seriously wonder about SteveUK. There are only 2 conclusions I can draw.
1 She's a feminist troll come to make trouble - and she wouldn't be the first.
2 It is someone with severe learning difficulties.

Barely an article goes by when I don't compare the feminist movement to the Nazis. Why this person thinks they can use this blog to promote the BNP is beyond me.

They are heading for a ban if they don't start talking more sense.

SteveUK said...

or

3. I can see whats infront of my eyes, and you seemingly cant, Heretic.

I am not saying I personally agree with the BNP on their racist leanings (you seem to have assumed that all by yourself).

Im simply saying that they represent the pissed off white male in this country, and women know that.

women secretly fear any right-wing partys because they are male minded. They actually try to put order back into Britain. Women need disorder in society to achieve 'freedom' (as they see it).

Something interesting, about a week ago, I had a BNP leaflet come through the post, and I showed this leaflet to a female 'acquaintance' and I said to her, in a sort of off the cuff comment, just looking for a reaction - "I might vote for these".

She went crazy, and I mean over the top, mental, crazy. "Dont vote for them! blah blah!" They will ruin the country! and dont forget they will come after you blah blah". and Im thinking to myself this level of reaction doesnt add up.

BrusselsLout said...

I'll add that the Men's Movement is concerned with the rights and plights of ALL men, regardless of race, colour or creed. In this regard, the Men's Movement wants no link with the BNP or similar organizations.

BrusselsLout said...

Steve

What you say might signify something important. If the BNP is only the party expressing at least some interest in men's rights, then the main parties will lose votes to them. The BNP might for the first time in history win parliamentary seats. And all because the main parties have neglected men (and in some cases, constantly denigrated them).

The BNP must not gain any seats. This should be a wake-up call to the main parties.

SteveUK said...

sorry, the end of my last post should have read:

'this level of reaction from a white woman doesnt add up.'

Now if she was a black woman, or an asian woman, then yes I could understand why she over-reacted in that way. but a white woman?

Some people think the female victimization complex is a myth. Its not a myth. They see themselves as the 'oppressed' and you have to try to see the world as they see it, or you wont get anywhere near an explaination for whats going on.

But back to the BNP.

I believe some men that are thinking about voting for the BNP are not particularly racist (although immigration is a concern), but because of their anger at women. These men see that the countrys been feminised and become selfish, the government has been feminised, standards have dropped, and the harmful effect its had on British society, and these men want some sort of 'order'.

They look at the main partys, particularly Labour, and all they see is Harmon, or Smith, demonizing them for being men, and at the same time, prasing women as their saviours when they know that not to be true. At the same time, boys and mens clubs are being forced to open their doors to women under 'equality' laws, some have even been closed because they can no longer get funding, while these men see muslim girls clubs getting grants from local councils simply because they are minority goups.

some of these men feel that voting for the BNP maybe a way that they can indirectly show women and the reast of the country that they are angry. Because men dare not cross women directly. How do you express your anger at women in public? You cant.

Its my belief the rise in the BNP popularity is due at least in part to this type of male, frustrated at the feministation of society.

(dont misunderstand what I am saying, I am simply observing whats going on.)

JimmyGiro said...

SteveUK,

I don't think women seek disorder, at least not for themselves; women are a 'herd' animal, into fashion and 'sharing' etc. It is their need for order that makes their regimes so stifling for men.

The reason women today 'loath' the BNP is simply because it's fashionable, not for any higher order motive, such as universal suffrage and egality. A German historian has pointed out that women were three times more likely to be Gestapo informants during the Nazi purges.

It is absolutely essential to maintain the highest moral ground when fighting evil. Any compromise, such as BNP support, will undermine the natural advantage that men have against feminism. Even if it seems that the enemy of your enemy, might be a worthy friend, you have to see the implications that sleeping with wolves will leave you waking with fleas. And do we need to give feminists another stick to beat us with?

Feminism is all about order, it is extreme fascism, as it will not tolerate exceptions. Fascism is inherently unstable because of our natural call to diversity, our vain identity. Left to its own devices, fascism evaporates when it has no demons to fight. As long as men remain good, the lies that feminism is built upon, will undermine its own arrogance. If men become counter fascists, that is joining the BNP rather than being self virtuous, then feminism will have a cause belli to persist beyond its unnatural lifespan.

SteveUK said...

Now, do try and follow this guys, because I think ive just worked out what happened in this thread. Its slightly complicated, but its important.

Look again at this post from 'Anonymous', earler in the thread:

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 2.43:

I wouldn't trust the BNP on men's/father's rights as far as I can throw them. They are constantly demonising Asian MALE taxi drivers as Rapists. Whilst alot of people see this as an attack on Asians, I see this first and foremost as an attack on men in general. When they've finished with Muslims, which group of MEN will they go after next?Would the BNP really go after white men? Are attacks on Asian men, really an attack on all men? ofcourse not. attacks on asian men are racist in nature.

Most importantly, (and what Im driving at here), is this is the same thing my female aquantence tried to fool me with 2 weeks ago when I showed her the leaflet.

She said "dont vote for them, or they will come after you next

Now why would the BNP come after a white male? they would have their hands full with the minorities wouldnt they?

I believe 'Anonymous' who made the above post to be a female, using scare tactics in the same way as my aquantence did 2 weeks ago, and this bolsters my argument that I put forward in the last post, that women see the BNP as the end to the kaos that they need to achieve and maintain 'freedom' (as they see it).

SteveUK said...

I agree with alot of whats being said by the men in this thread, but you all must realize, that the problem is not just 'feminism', there is a problem with women at the individual level aswell.

Feminism is an extension of female nature, and understanding female human/animal nature is absolutely key to seeing the big picture.

Anonymous said...

Well I for one will be voting BNP. As for ethnic men and or women, they are well catered for in Harriet Harman's so called equality law.

sestamibi said...

I can't help but snicker and wonder if Harriet is somehow related to US Rep Jane Harman (D-CA), who is probably just as radical a feminist, but inconveniently Jewish!

Heretic said...

JimmyGiro: “you have to see the implications that sleeping with wolves will leave you waking with fleas. And do we need to give feminists another stick to beat us with?”

This is precisely the reason I suspect that SteveUK is a feminist troll. Feminists would love to be able to label us as neo-Nazis.

Heretic said...

SteveUK: "Now why would the BNP come after a white male? they would have their hands full with the minorities wouldnt they?"

Hands full doing what, exactly?

Once the Nazis have finished with blacks and Jews, it will be the turn of gays, the disabled, trade unionists, liberals. Go and read a history book.

When the Nazis came for the communists,
I remained silent;
I was not a communist.
Then they locked up the social democrats,
I remained silent;
I was not a social democrat.

Then they came for the trade unionists,
I did not protest;
I was not a trade unionist.

Then they came for the Jews,
I did not speak out;
I was not a Jew.

When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out for me.

Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984)

Heretic said...

SteveUK: " I believe some men that are thinking about voting for the BNP are not particularly racist (although immigration is a concern), but because of their anger at women. These men see that the country's been feminised and become selfish, the government has been feminised, standards have dropped, and the harmful effect its had on British society, and these men want some sort of 'order'."

(1) It is not just men who vote BNP.
(2) Yes, most of those who vote BNP are naive in the extreme, and the rest are Nazis.

We know about these various social problems already. But voting for the BNP is a big mistake. These problems are not the fault of 'immigrants' or any other particular group, and the BNP do not have the brains or experience to solve these complex problems. They will produce only civil war, violence, and even further social breakdown.

Today is the 65th anniversay of D-Day, and the BNP are advocating fascism in the UK. As such, I regard them practically as traitors.

Feminism is one kind of fascism, the BNP represents another. It will not serve your interests.

I would rather live among law-abiding foreigners than home-grown criminals.

I bet you like a curry after the pub, don't you?

I don't want to hear any more about the BNP. You are preaching to the deaf.

BrusselsLout said...

It's the law of unintended consequences here. NuLab usually express their support for racial minorities at the same time and in the same breath as expressing their support for women.

This lumps minority groups in with women.

But this is a fudge. It causes confusion because:

1. Women are not a minority.

2. Minority groups are 50% male.

This example illustrates the point perfectly. Look at the way men were appallingly demonized in the film The Color Purple with Whoopi Goldberg. Note this. The men demonized were all black.

BrusselsLout said...

Slightly off-topic, but there's an important point worth mentioning somewhere.

The MRA/feminist war has now begun.

Feminist Guardian writer Cath Elliot started a blog a couple of months ago. Now, she is making her first public attack on MRA's. (This is although she once vowed never to give us any publicity even through negative comment!) She has begun with Bernard Chapin (who makes excellent YouTube vids).

Note that in the blog comments following from other feminists (both male and female), the responses are typically feminist. They are loaded with venom towards Bernard but completely devoid of any substance.

But my advice is not to bother joining her blog. She can take some disagreement and criticism, but only if it's so gentle it's ineffectual.

Heretic said...

BrusslesLout, Thanks for that. It's the usual adolescent rubbish. Still, I hope she writes about me - I'll know I'm doing something right.

Heretic said...

Interesting that she has changed her tune. I am reminded of a saying of Mahatma Ghandi.

First they ignore you
Then they laugh at you
Then they fight you
Then you win

Looks like we're on to Phase 2.
Bring it on.