Monthly Archives: July 2016

Cab driver falsely accused of rape saved by his phone app, Astria Berwick jailed for 16 months

Our thanks to David for this, from 2013. From the article: Judge Michael Stokes QC, The Recorder of Nottingham, said: “This was outrageous behaviour by the defendant against a wholly innocent man who had been saved by the recording on … Continue reading

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Kevin Roberts, chairman of advertising agency Saatchi and Saatchi, has been put on ‘leave of absence’ for making some perfectly reasonable comments about gender

Our thanks to a number of people for pointing us to this. The parent company of Saatchi & Saatchi is Publicis. The BBC piece includes some weasel words from the CEO of Publicis: “It is for the gravity of these … Continue reading

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Conference – Lucian Valsan, ‘The Status of Men in Continental Europe: Ideology, Legislation, and Activism’

Presentation #8 of 20. All the presentations are being published on our YouTube and Vimeo channels.

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Ruined by a £195,000 legal bill, the teacher cleared of rape in just 26 minutes: Friends raise money to help former head of geography left ‘mentally and physically crushed’ by troubled teen’s false allegations

Six days ago we posted a piece about Kato Harris, the geography teacher who was the latest innocent victim of the anti-male show trials brought by the criminal injustice system, in which odious feminist ideologues such as Alison Saunders, Director … Continue reading

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Conference – Mike Buchanan, ‘The Political War on Men and Boys’

Presentation #7 of 20. All the presentations are being published on our YouTube and Vimeo channels.

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Conference – Janet Bloomfield (JudgyBitch), ‘How Feminism Infantilizes Women’

Presentation #6 of 20. All the presentations are being published on our YouTube and Vimeo channels.

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The alt-right isn’t all wrong

An interesting piece by James Delingpole in today’s edition of The Spectator. There are sometimes intriguing differences between the headlines in the print and online editions of The Spectator, and we have an example here. The headline in the print edition … Continue reading

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Heartbroken mother, 55, of teenager who hanged himself over false rape allegations kills herself after first anniversary of his death because she ‘couldn’t see a future without him’

Our thanks to Francis for this. So many male suicides have been attributed to false rape allegations. The BBC has never reported even one case.

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Julie Bindel – more dodgy journalism, and a breach of ethics

Our thanks to John from HEqual for sending me the following. It takes up the remainder of this post, and the emphases (in bold text) are his: Mike, There was a piece in The Guardian yesterday by Julie Bindel about the … Continue reading

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Theresa May fires Dominic Raab

A short piece from The Mail on Sunday (17 July). An extract: Dominic Raab, who just a few months ago was tipped as a potential leader, was sacked as Justice Minister as the new PM extended her shake-up to her administration’s … Continue reading

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