Polly Neate: Not guilty! Helen Archer has got justice – but she won’t ever be free.

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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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • epistemol

    I’ve never been a big Archers fan myself, but it both saddens and alarms me that even a previously harmless piece of light entertainment – which started out as a vehicle for information for farmers – has been turned into nothing more, (and nothing less) than a weapon.

    It is now a fair example of the meaning of the phrase “cultural Marxism”.

  • cheannaich

    I first read this guff on that, once proud quality newspaper, The Telegraph. An indication of the level of bias was that the female ‘reporter’ already declared the verdict and waffled about the heroines of true domestic violence being brave enough to come forward (no male victims then). The BBC (an organisation that should be done away with in a swifter fashion than the Archer’s storyline crime drama) seems to swallow the anti-male loathing faster than Notts Police when that said police service were under instruction from a Lesbian feminist Women’s Centre manager.
    So, all in all, we have a continuous and deliberate drip, drip, drip of anti-male bias at public expense.
    Having never listened to the Archers and having spent the last decade or so avoiding the BBC propaganda, I am appalled at the feminists for continually seeking out every little opportunity to denegrate males and for feminists to further benefit from their continued sucking at the taxpayers teat.
    My loathing of feminism has reached a point whereby I would rather live under a Sharia Law controlled UK than the feminist hell hole that is currently being sponsored by the state and their feminazi bedfellows