Boris Johnson MP is one of very few politicians to have stood up to feminists, having fired a number of feminist parasites in City Hall following his election as Mayor of London. In the past hour he has announced his decision not to run for the Conservative Party leadership, following the decision of Michael Gove MP – his close ally in campaigning for Brexit – not to support his leadership bid. For five years Gove has been saying that he himself doesn’t have the qualities necessary to be party leader, or prime minister. He has, predictably, just announced his own leadership bid.
As Justice Secretary, Michael Gove has expressed not a word of concern over the relentless and systematic anti-male bias of the criminal justice system, which results in a disproportionate number of prisoners being men. Five out of six men in British prisons today wouldn’t be there if men were sentenced with the same leniency as women.
The other front-runner is Theresa May MP, Home Secretary. She infamously posed for photographs whilst in Opposition, wearing a Fawcett Society ‘This is what a feminist looks like’ T-shirt. As Home Secretary she has done nothing to counter the anti-male bias of the department. The police don’t press charges for MGM or paternity fraud, and the department takes advice on domestic violence from Women’s Aid and other feminist organizations, therefore following the Duluth Model, despite it having been known for decades to be utterly flawed.
Whoever wins the Conservative party leadership, we shall continue challenging the government. Our long-term strategy is to always challenge the government, regardless of the party or parties in power. All the major parties are institutionally anti-male.