Our thanks to Mike for this article. Polly Neate is the head of Women’s Aid, a registered charity which has relentlessly lied about domestic abuse for decades.
Two years ago a Women’s Aid spokeswoman uttered seven lies in the course of an interview, and won a Lying Feminist of the Month award – here. We challenged Polly Neate to retract the lies, and she refused to do so.
We always suspected that feminists were behind the two-year-long story in The Archers – the programme is on the BBC, after all – and Ms Neate proudly confirms it:
The public has been educated on domestic abuse and coercive control in a way that I could not have anticipated when we began working with The Archers team to help them depict domestic abuse as realistically as possible. [My emphasis.] And what a brilliant job they did – the slow, drip-drip effect of Rob chipping away at Helen’s self-esteem was chillingly accurate.
The article seeks donations, and includes this:
You may have seen Women’s Aid in the news this week, as our startling new research showed that 67 per cent of refuges in England are facing closure.
The Prime Minister signalled that they would be exempted from welfare reforms during Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday: fantastic news, but we still need to keep the pressure up for long-term sustainable funding for all specialist domestic abuse services.
One of the lies in the article:
Let’s not forget that two real-life Helens are killed at the hands of a partner or ex-partner every week.
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